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OTT December 2021: 5 modest digital releases on Amazon Prime, Netflix, HBO Max, and more

With the year coming to an end, OTT platforms will be releasing several shows and movies in December.

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New Delhi: If you have no plans for Christmas but don’t want to get bored inside the blanket, the OTT platforms can serve to help you. With bidding goodbye to 2021, several OTT platforms are releasing movies and shows that will entertain you to the fullest. Here are some of the movies and shows that you would like to watch:

1) Swan Song – Apple TV Plus


Apple TV Plus has been offering a wide range of content in the recent past and Swan Song can be considered one of them. The movie debuts not only on this OTT platform but also in theatres this week. The movie features Mahershala Ali as Cameron Turner, who is a husband and a father who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Apparently, he would be offered to protect his family from losing him by a mysterious doctor Glenn Close.

2) The Hand of God – Netflix

This narrates the story of a young teenager’s eccentric family and joyful life in 1980s Naples which takes a twist by the arrival of a soccer legend and an accident. The movie has been directed by Paolo Sorrentino, who returned to direction after a long break. The movie portrays some instances of his life in his younger days. Italian actor Toni Servillo is acting in the lead role.

3) Station Eleven – HBO Max


Station Eleven is an adaptation of Emily St. John Mandel’s post-apocalyptic pandemic novel. The series is limited to 10 episodes and was making headlines six months before Covid-19 hit the world. The series narrates the harrowing story of the aftermath of a world ravaged by a viral infection. Mackenzie Davis, Himesh Patel, Matilda Lawler, and Gael Garcìa Bernal star in the important roles.

4) With Love – Amazon Prime

Amazon’s new rom-com series focuses on spending a year with a pair of siblings ((Emeraude Toubia and Mark Indelicato) as they search for love. With Love’s first season will be five episodes, one hour each. The series is set during a different holiday throughout the year.

5) MacGruber – Peacock

Forte’s MacGyver spoof which first appeared as a sketch on Saturday Night Live and appeared on big screens in 2010, will be hitting the OTT platform Peacock this week. The story narrates as the action hero is unexpectedly released from jail to take part in the secret government mission to catch Billy Zane, a bad guy.

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