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Title: A Week Away
A Week Away is a super cute teen drama with a romantic subplot. The storey is straightforward. Will Hawkins (Kevin Quinn), a troubled teen, has a run-in with the law, forcing him to choose between juvenile probation and attending a Christian summer camp. He chooses the Christian summer camp despite his reservations, finding it to be dull and repetitive.
Title: Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare (Season 2)
Platform: Amazon Prime
Season 2 of this delightful caper, directed by the talented Shashank Shah, is just as charming as the first. Zakir Khan, who two years ago planned to create his make-believe paradise domain somewhere in Indore, is still living on the edge. Season 2 continues the storey of Ronny Bhaiya, who has evolved into a youth leader and has entered the political arena.
Title: Project 9191
Platform: Sony Liv
Is it possible to prevent a crime before it occurs? Ok, ‘Project 9191′ is a police unit committed to stopping crime by intercepting calls and other means. It’s racy, and each episode will keep you glued to the screen and on the edge of your seat. Will this unit be able to succeed? Or would it be slowed down by bureaucracy, fake calls, and internal feuding between Pankaj and Sharat, two of its officers?
Title: Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine
Platform: Voot Select
The epic rise to fame of hip-hop artist Tekashi 6ix9ine and his stunning fall to convicted criminal are chronicled in this documentary series. Director Karam Gill (Ice Cold, G-Funk) explores the manufactured fame through the prism of 6ix9ine’s divisive artistry, personal demons, and mastery of social media in this three-part series, which serves as a snapshot of our times and culture’s complicity today.