Oppenheimer To The Crown Season 6, Top 5 Upcoming OTT Releases

November has some of the most-awaited films and web series. With the weekend here, we are all set with our favourite snacks to binge-watch films and series varied in genres from drama, comedy, romance, action, suspense and even horror. Here is the list of OTT debuts and new seasons that you can watch this weekend.

The Crown Season 6

The finale of Netflix’s The Crown began on November 16 with four episodes. The season, released in two parts, brings back Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana and Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, which continues the fictional depiction of the British Royal Family. The final season will focus on Princess Diana’s tragic accident in Paris. The second part will be released on December 14.

The Railway Men

R Madhavan and Kay Kay Menon’s mini-series The Railway Man will stream on Netflix from November 18. The series, directed by Shiv Rawail, also features Divyenndu and Babil Khan in pivotal roles. The Railway Men is set in the background of the 1984 Bhopal Gas Leak, the world’s worst industrial disaster. It is dubbed as a thrilling account of courage and a salute to humanity.

Squid Game: The Challenge

The South Korean web series, Squid Game’s first season gave us a nail-biting experience. Now, it has been turned into the biggest reality show, Squid Game: The Challenge which will be streaming on Netflix on November 22. Around 456 players will be competing to win $4.56 million.


Following the massive success during its theatrical run, Thalapathy Vijay starrer Leo is now all set to roar on OTT. The film having a stellar star cast is streaming on Netflix from November 16. Lokesh Kanagaraj’s directorial also features Sanjay Dutt, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Trisha Krishnan, and Arjun Sarja in pivotal roles.


One of the best films of the year on many lists, Oppenheimer had a thundering box office run worldwide. Nolan Christopher’s film is set to make its OTT debut. The cinematic master is set for its digital release on November 21 on Amazon Prime Video.

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