As we reach halfway through August, several TV shows have been released already- some of them highly anticipated. Mindy Kaling’s show around South Asian households, which earned a lot of fame with its preceding two seasons, Never Have I Ever returned this month.
Apart from it, Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago returned, although for the last time, a long time ago, but it was released on Netflix this month.
Indian Matchmaking with our brown aunties is famous worldwide and we get to see more drama and fun as well.
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So, here are the TV shows streaming currently that you can binge-watch-
1. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8
Yes, it is extremely sad that we have to say goodbye to the 99th Precinct, nevertheless, Brooklyn Nine-Nine returns for one last time. Although the 8th Season was released a long time ago, Netflix brought it only this month.
Okay, spoiler alert, the new season is even funnier with the production being post-pandemic and the creators have added some important issues as well to not reduce it to a silly sitcom with no depth.
So, are you guys excited about Terry’s insecurities, Jake and Amy’s romance + humor trope, Rosa’s transformation as she leaves NYPD, and Holt’s monologue that no one wants but everyone still enjoys? Not to forget, Scully and Hitchcock too.
2. Never Have I Ever Season 3
Devi Vishwakumar is back with Paxton Hall-Yoshida as her boyfriend in the new season of Never Have I Ever.
Although, the story remains to cringe and there is not much to expect from it, however, if you enjoyed the preceding seasons, it’s a good series to binge-watch over weekends.
Pati and Nalini’s character reminds us of our own Brown Households and there is a lot of drama, betrayal, heartbreaks, and love crammed in Sherman Oaks this year as well. Of course, the creators added a few more characters to the story to spice things up a bit.
3. Indian Matchmaking Season 2
Okay, let’s be honest, it was cool to watch the first season of Indian Matchmaking as it portrayed the norms and traditions of weddings in India.
Sima Taparia gave us the perfect meme templates during that time. However, another season seems useless.
All of us are already suffering from the pressure and stereotypes surrounding Indian marriages so we are confused if this is a good watch especially after the lead actor got involved in a bit of a controversy for her Priyanka-Jonas age difference remark.
4. Locke and Key Season 3
Locke and Key is a fantasy drama following the death of Rendall Locke by a former student and the aftermath of it.
His wife along with his children decides to move to Rendall’s family house where they find mysterious keys which lead to magical doors and entrances. Magic always comes with devilish energy and soon demonic entities also try to get hold of those keys.
The thrilling adventure still continues in this season with fascinating characters to keep you hooked. The third season is said to be final, so if you still haven’t watched Locke and Key, this is the right time!
5. I am Groot
For this month, we have Groot from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Who doesn’t love hearing “I am Groot“? Groot has to be the most adorable and motivating character in the MCU.
Teaching us to live, grow and laugh, this animated series might be the best thing to happen to the Marvel mini-series. The plot shows Groot and his adventures in the universe as he meets strange characters.
6. Reservation Dogs Season 2
An Indigenous American show developed by a team of minds who resonates with the characters, Reservation Dogs received popularity and praise after the release of its first season.
The show concentrates on American teens who rob and steal at whatever chance they can get to get away to the mysterious land of California escaping the hell they are compelled to live in.
Do watch it, you’ll love the storyline, characters, adventures, and ideas surrounding the show.
7. Five Days at Memorial
Apple TV+ is coming with a new show every now and then which matches the expectations of the audience, being at par with other OTT platforms and Five Days at Memorial is the most recent.
The disaster drama follows the events of Hurricane Katrina and its consequences on the New Orleans Hospital.
The show is chilling and intense and portrays the dedication of medical professionals to make things right.
8. Trying Season 3
Trying is a light-hearted family drama that revolves around the ups and downs of a family.
A perfect feel-good show to binge-watch with your own family, it shows the chaos and beauty within a family when they plan to adopt.
The series is wholesome, humourous, and beautiful. Available on Apple TV+, the third season is even more interesting.
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