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 Get ready for an exciting week of entertainment as we present the newest films and web series that will make their OTT debuts this week. This week is ideal for binge-watching alone or with the fam whether you like drama, romance, or suspense. 

Let's dive in!

1. Kaalkoot

An acid assault victim is the subject of the crime drama "Kaalkoot." The major cast of the show includes Vijay Varma, Shweta Tripathi, Seema Biswas, Yashpal Sharma, and Gopal Dutt. This crime drama stars Vijay Varma as a Sub-Inspector who plans to leave his position but is assigned a case to solve first.

Release Date: July 27

Where To Watch: Jio Cinema

2. D.P. 2

A new season of the popular Korean drama "D.P." is all set to release. Koo Kyo-hwan, Jung Hae-in, and Kim Sung-Kyun will play the main roles. As the new season continues to examine their lives, Jun Ho and Ho Yeol, two soldiers in the Deserter Pursuit unit, will continue to struggle with the effects of the horrible incident that ended the first season.

 Release Date: July 28

Where To Watch: Netflix 

3. Tomorrow X Tomorrow: Our Lost Summer

The full North American and Seoul leg of TXT's tour will be covered in the documentary. By recording both the enjoyable and challenging aspects of the K-pop boy group's first world tour last year, it will demonstrate to audiences what it was like for them. The celebrities will also be seen discussing their impressions on the journey. The band members Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Huening Kai will be featured in a new behind-the-scenes documentary, which the fandom MOA is eager to witness.

 Release Date: 28th July 

Where To Watch: Disney Plus Hotstar 

4. Heartstopper Season 2

There will be an OTT release of the British LGBTQ+ series "Heartstopper" (Iconic Members Of The LGBTQ+ Community You Should Know About). This television show is based on a webtoon and graphic novel about young people discovering love by Alice Oseman. Nick and Charlie's relationship will face challenges during a class road trip, causing drama and having an effect on other relationships. 

Release Date: 3rd August

Where To Watch: Netflix

5. Paradise 

The ability to transfer years of life from one person to another will transform the globe in a fictional but not too distant future. The biotech start-up AEON is propelled into a billion-dollar pharmaceutical firm, but soon their greed for money and contempt for human life become evident.

Release Date: 27th July

Where To Watch: Netflix

6. Good Omens Season 2

A comedy about the angel Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) and the demon Crowley (David Tennant), who have lived on Earth since its creation, Good Omens is based on Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's eponymous book. They've become accustomed to their luxurious circumstances in England, and the plot revolves around them trying to stop the end of the world. 

 Release Date: 28th July

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video

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