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Marvel Studios’ “Loki Web Series” features the God of Mischief as he steps out of his brother’s shadow in a new Disney+ series that takes place after the events of “Avengers: Endgame.” Tom Hiddleston returns as the title character, joined by Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant. Kate Herron directs “Loki” and Michael Waldron is head writer.
2. The Crown
4 seasons, 40 episodes | IMDb: 8.7/10
At once intimate and sweeping, The Crown presents an inside view of the ascension of Queen Elizabeth II, played by Claire Foy, and the first few years of her reign. John Lithgow is featured as the indomitable Winston Churchill, struggling with the ignominy of age at the end of his career. Churchill’s support and mentorship of Elizabeth, despite his limitations, creates an important emotional center around which various historical events turn. Elizabeth’s relationship with her husband, Prince Phillip (Matt Smith) is also wonderfully explored; his role as consort is one that he by turns delights in and rebels against. And because the show has committed to exploring Elizabeth’s length reign, we’re treated to different versions of these characters throughout their lives. In season 3, Olivia Colman picks up the crown while Tobias Menzies plays Prince Phillip and Helena Bonham Carter comes on board as Princess Margaret.
3 seasons, 30 episodes | IMDb: 8/10
G.L.O.W., from exec producer Jenji Kohan and a couple of her proteges, Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, is based on the real-life Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling television series. Set in the 1980s, G.L.O.W. sees a group of failed actresses and assorted misfits shaped into a female wrestling league by a cult-flick screenwriter (Marc Maron) and a trust-fund kid (Chris Lowell). There’s nothing particularly original about G.L.O.W., which traffics in a number of tropes and stereotypes, but the characters (led by Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin) are so unbelievably likable that it’s almost impossible not to fall in love with these underdog heroes. It’s a fast-paced, funny and immensely sweet series that goes down like candy. Season two focuses the spotlight on the supporting cast as the women ready for their television debuts and contend with sexual harassment and misogyny in the workplace and the show’s third season felt like it was setting up a satisfying conclusion to the rich story these women share. Unfortunately, it looks like the pandemic has taken that away from us too.
2 seasons, 20 episodes | IMDb: 8/10
Superhero team-ups are a dime a dozen but the TV adaptation of this award-winning comic series created by Gerard Way — yes, the lead singer of My Chemical Romance — feels wholly unique and thus, totally refreshing. The show follows the story of seven kids, all born on the same day to mothers who didn’t even know they were pregnant. They’re adopted by a mysterious billionaire and trained to use their supernatural abilities to fight evil in the world, but when they grow up, their dysfunctional upbringing catches up with them, and they’re left struggling to live normal lives. In season two, that means time-jumping to the 60s, starting doomsday cults, and seriously f*cking with the assassination of JFK. It’s all kinds of weird, which is exactly what the genre needs right now.
3 seasons, 39 episodes | IMDb: 8.6/10
Brilliantly shot, excellently choreographed, and superbly written, Daredevil lives so far outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as to be completely distinct. It is darker, more brutal, and grittier than the film franchise, although there are enough light and humor in the show to make its characters sympathetic. The series nails the tone of the comic, the characters are complex, and it really understands the grey area between hero and villain, and the fine line between the two where violence is concerned. The fight scenes are brutal, and one couldn’t ask for a better Matt Murdock than the one depicted by Charlie Cox. The villains — Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin in the first season, and Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle in the second — are not caricatures. They’re three-dimensional and at times sympathetic in their own right. It’s a potent combination of writing, acting, and directing that makes Daredevil one of the best Netflix originals and the best superhero series on television. It’s a shame Marvel’s deal with Netflix ended because the show’s third season was a masterclass in how to act like a tortured hero from Cox and it set up some interesting storylines we’re still dying to see play out.
The Vampire Diaries is based on the popular book series of the same name written by L. J. Smith. Developed by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec, it is an American supernatural teen drama television series. The first season attracted 3.60 million viewers.
No. of seasons: 8 (171 episodes)
Genre: Drama, Supernatural, Horror, Fantasy
IMDb Rating: 7.7/10
The 17-year old Elena Gilbert falls in love with a centuries-old two vampires named Stefan Salvatore and his brother Damon Salvatore. The brothers’ history and the town of Mystic Falls, Virginia, mythology are revealed through flashbacks as the series goes on.
Lucifer is an American television series developed by Tom Kapinos based on the DC Comics character.
No. of seasons: 4 (67 episodes) Netflix announced on June 7, 2019, about the fifth season, which will be the last season.
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Horror, Police procedural, Comedy-drama, Supernatural
IMDb Rating: 8.2/10
The series focuses on Lucifer Morningstar who is the Devil and resigns his throne in defiance to his father (God). He helped in a murder case with Detective Chloe Decker and is subsequently invited to be a consultant to the LAPD. Also in series, Lucifer and Chloe fall in love.
Best Netflix Hindi Dubbed WebSeries & TV Shows List, Netflix offers online streaming of a library of films and television programs and a variety of “Netflix Original” content to its users. It has over 148 million paid subscriptions worldwide, as of April 2019. This popularity is uplifting the scenario of the entertainment industry, opening new doors and opportunities for many. The subscription price of Netflix in India is Rs.500 per month and goes up to Rs.800 per month after a free month of trial. With the increasing Indian audience, Netflix has dubbed many web and television series in Hindi, which is the most spoken language in India.
Here we have listed the Best Netflix Hindi Dubbed WebSeries & TV Shows List you can watch in your free time.
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