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Streaming guide: New Netflix, Amazon Prime releases to watch for in August

New titles to keep you entertained this month.

August 06, 2022 / 12:28 PM IST
Teen comedy-drama 'Never Have I Ever' . (Image credit: Netflix)

Teen comedy-drama 'Never Have I Ever' . (Image credit: Netflix)


Looking for new binge-worthy shows? Check out this list of titles coming to Netflix and Amazon Prime this month.

1) Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist

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In this tell-all documentary, the people behind Argentina's most notorious bank robbery reveal how and why they carried out the 2006 heist. It drops on Netflix on August 10.

2) School Tales: The Series

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From Thai horror directors come eight terrifying tales set in high schools. If you love spooks, check out the series on Netflix on August 10.

3) A League of Their Own

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Amazon Prime and Sony Pictures present a sports drama diving into the journey of All-American Girls Professional Baseball League players across a fast-changing America. The show drops on Prime Video on August 12.



4) Cosmic Love


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American astrologers and best-selling authors Ophira and Tali Edut help four singles find The One through astrological matchmaking at a mystical retreat. The show comes to Prime Video on August 12.



5) Indian Matchmaking Season 2


Indian Matchmaking | Didn’t you feel left out when everyone and their aunty was discussing Seema aunty’s matchmaking services that went global? Young women got mad at anyone who said they needed to be ‘flexible’, people snickered when dunking biscuits in their tea as Seema Taparia, matchmaker for rich Indians said,’Marriages nowadays are like biscuits, they keep breaking.’ It is a show that everyone loved to hate. But it brought to light how unbelievably regressive Indian society can be. Before you start collecting sarees for your daughter or decide who your ‘raja beta’ is to marry, watch this show and then invest in your child’s education instead. Break the norms! (Image credit: Netflix)

The matchmaking show that everyone loves to hate returns for a second season. Criticised for its regressive outlook on marriage, it is to be seen how its latest episodes will fare. You can stream the show starting August 10.

 

6) Never Have I Ever Season 2

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Watch Indian-American teen Devi and her friends back in action as they navigate high school romances and rivalries.




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first published: Aug 6, 2022 12:24 pm
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