In its announcement of upcoming web series on Amazon prime for 2022, the streaming service shared a number of details. The series will star Soha Ali Khan, Juhi Chawla, and Ayesha Jhulka. These three actors will make their digital debuts in the series, which will be created by Abundanita Entertainment. In addition to streaming, the series will also be available to buy or rent on the platform.
The trailer for Guilty Minds, a new drama series, looks absolutely fantastic. The series will follow two high-spirited attorneys, one working with a large law firm and the other breaking the rules to find out more about a case. While the poster is eerily similar to the first season of Criminal Justice, the series does promise to be much more than that. Despite the cringe-worthy sequel, it still looks like an excellent series.
The show’s premiere date has been set for April 22, 2022. It’s already been marketed with posters and trailers, and now Amazon Prime Vidoe has released its first full-length trailer. Guilty Minds is a legal drama directed by Shefali Bhushan and starring Varun Mitra and Shriya Pilgaonkar. Guilty Minds is slated to air on Amazon Prime Video on April 22, 2022.
The upcoming Indian-Hindi supernatural thriller television series titled Fear 1.0 will premiere on DisneyPlus Hotstar in 2021. It stars Tisca Chopra, Saurabh Shukla, and Rajesh Tailang. The premiere date is yet to be announced, but you can keep an eye on YouTube for teasers and trailers. Here’s a preview of the series:
Fans of historical fiction will be delighted to learn that the third season of the popular web series will be available on Amazon Prime 2022. The series follows the adventures of Penelope Featherington, a maid who haggles with printers in order to keep her position as Lady Whistledown a secret. While she may not be in much danger, she has to deal with many problems – such as hiding her money from her family and dealing with the criticism of her daughter, Eloise – while trying to run the Lady Whistledown estate.
The series stars Shelley Conn as the titular character, as well as Calam Lynch as the rebellious printer’s assistant. Rupert Young, who played the title role in the hit television series Merlin, will play ‘Jack’. Lady Danbury and Violet are friends, and their friendship grows. They also share a mutual interest in gardening, which may be why Lady Whistledown isn’t concerned with the Lady Whistledown newsletter. The Queen’s obsession with Lady Whistledown will also continue to be the focus of this season.
As We See It
As We See It is an empathetic look at humanity. The series centers on three twenty-something flatmates, each of whom has a disability, but are bound by common bonds. Each of them yearns for independence, while they battle with their difficulties in navigating the world, finding romance, and growing up. Though the show is based on real life events, viewers will find its themes universal.
This half-hour dramedy is set in the modern day, when two gay guys fall in love and have a crush on each other. Harrison wants a normal life with croissants, while Douglas is looking for a “normal” life. Rick Glassman plays Douglas’ roommate, Jack, a blunt man who tells his boss Rob Clater that he is inferior in intelligence.