Waiting for next season of your favourite series? Watch these seven shows, meanwhile

The different streaming platforms have provided us with a variety of shows to keep our minds engaged and entertained amid this crisis, and we are so thankful to them for the same. In between the dull, monotonous life, something that can bring excitement to it, is our favourite OTT series.

So, whether you are waiting for the next season of your favourite show to be released or for a suggestion list of new shows to watch, look no more. Here is a list of 7 shows more or less of different genres which will keep you engage for the moment.


This story is based on the book ‘The Kingdom of Gods’ written by Kim Eun-Hee and Yang Kyung-il, about a Crown Prince and his subordinates who, while unfolding a political conspiracy, finds themselves among a plague that can resurrect the dead. The series will have a new season, and we can’t wait to know how everything proceeds.

Cast – Ju-Ji Hoon, Bae Doona, Jun Ji-Hyun

Episodes – 2 Season, 12 Episodes

Genre – Historical, Political Drama, Horror, Thriller

Kingdom: Ashin of the North
  • DARK

Two kids went missing at the start of the series from a small German town. While searching for the truth, new mysteries evolve regarding a time travel conspiracy that spans over several generations. The series is every fiction and thriller fan’s dream, and no word can justify the suspense it holds.

Cast – Louis Hofmann, Maja Schone, Oliver Mascussi, Lisa Vicari

Episodes – 3 Seasons, 26 Episodes

Genre – Science Fiction, Thriller, Mystery, Tragedy

Dark Poster

Sweet Home is an apocalyptic horror where our lead leaves his home and shifts to an apartment after a tragedy. After that, monsters enter the series, which are trying to wipe off humanity. Who will win this fight? As Netflix’s favourite, Song Kang is the lead of this series, and it is a delight to watch him in such a genre.

Cast – Lee Do Hyeon, Song Kang, Lee Si Young, Yo Min Si

Episodes – 1 Season, 10 Episodes

Genre – Drama, Horror, Apocalyptic

Sweet Home
  • MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

Who in this world is not a fan of Marvel? It looks like MCU finally heard the prayers of their fans to release something, at least. And their prayer was not granted with one nor two but three releases, each giving us goosebumps and all the feels. These three releases are a must-watch, undoubtedly.

Marvel Cinematic Universe


Cast – Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Kathryn Hahn

Episodes – 1 Season, 9 Episodes

Genre – Sitcom, Fiction


Cast – Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Emily Vancamp

Episodes – 1 Season, 6 Episodes

Genre – Action Fiction


Cast – Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino

Episodes – 1 Season, 6 Episodes

Genre – Fiction, Fantasy


Korean dramas have gained a lot of popularity in the past few years, and there is no reason they shouldn’t; Vincenzo is one such example. Evolving around mafia gang wars, this story is about the rise of a new King in the game who will take whatever he deserves and wants. Looking at the charisma Song Jong Ki holds, we think he deserves everything.

Cast – Song Jong Ki, Jeon Yeo -Been, Ok Taecyeon, Kwak Dong-Yeon

Episodes – 1 Season, 20 Episodes

Genre – Dark Comedy


One day you wake up and find yourself in an abandoned state where are people fight in dangerous games to survive. What will you do? This is the storyline of the fantastic game thriller which will take you by surprise till the end. The show has been renewed for next season, and we can’t control the excitement.

Cast – Kento Yazamaki, Tao Tsuchiya, Dori Sakurada, Nijiro Murakama

Episodes – 1 Season, 8 Episodes

Genre – Science Fiction, Thriller, Drama, Suspense

Alice In Borderland

And the last one on the list is our most favourite, breathtaking anime where you can’t blink your eye even for a second, and that’s a guarantee. The anime is about man-eating titans and the mysteries and conspiracies related to them. Half of the episodes of last season will soon release; a piece of advice – don’t miss it.

Episodes – 4 Season, 75 Episodes

Genre – Action, Dark Fantasy, Post-Apocalyptic

Attack On Titans

Most of the shows can be found on Netflix, except the MCU series, which are available on Disney + Hotstar and Attack on Titan can be found on Crunchyroll and Funimation. Hoping that you have a fun and entertaining weekend with the help of this list made with love, sayonara!

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