What to Expect from TV this Week: Netflix and Amazon Prime Video

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We are back with another batch of TV series coming out this week on Netflix and Amazon Prime. There are thrill, drama, excitement and some seriously scandalous content ready for your binging. With so much free time in our hands, it’s time to get our binging game on! So, here’s what to expect from TV this week:

Dating Around Brazil

What to watch / netflix / amazon prime video

Want a dose of reality TV to relax to? Dating Around Brazil is on the way to spice up your dating life. Six singletons will meet 5 different blind dates and roam around in Brazil’s most happening places. But the question is, who will they take out for a second date?

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If Too Hot to Handle was any indication, this one should be entertaining to watch, if nothing else!
Release: July 10.
Watch it here.

Stateless

With an ensemble cast, Stateless focuses on the lives of four strangers at an Australian immigration detention centre and how their lives intertwine with each other. This limited series is supposed to be an emotional roller-coaster ride.

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Stateless stars Yvonne Strahovski, Jai Courtney and Cate Blanchett.
Release: July 8.
Watch it here.

The Protector

A man living in Istanbul has to save the city from an immortal enemy after he realises his ties to a secret order. The series is coming out with its fourth season this week, and promises to be extremely fun and thrilling!

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The Protector stars Çagatay Ulusoy, Hazar Ergüçlü, Okan Yalabik.
Release: July 9.
Watch it here.

The Twelve

What to Watch in TV / The Twelve / Netflix / Amazon Prime Video

The lives of twelve ordinary people with their own struggles are turned upside down when they are called for jury duty. The case traumatising as it is controversial, and the jury must make a decision as a woman is accused of killing her own daughter and best friend.

The Twelve stars Maaike Cafmeyer, Charlotte De Bruyne, Tom Vermeir.
Release: July 10.
Watch it here.

Breathe: Into the Shadows

When a 6-year-old girl is abducted, her father has to pay an unusual ransom. Mind games come into the picture when Kabir Sawant of the Delhi Crime Branch is given the responsibility for the case. The trailer promises excitement and I’m honestly excited to watch Abhishek Bachchan and Nithya Menen share screen space on TV!

Breathe: Into the Shadows stars Abhishek Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Nithya Menen.
Release: July 10.
Watch it here.

So, have you made up your mind yet about what you want to watch?

If you think you missed anything last week, go check this out!

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