Grab some popcorn, dim the lights, sit back and tune in to our long weekend watchlist, powered by Prime Video. Get set for a roller coaster of action, drama, laughter, love and mystery with these new shows and episodes on Prime Video.
The elite spies are here
Citadel is a landmark franchise—one built on completely original IP—with interconnected stories that take you on a high-octane journey around the globe. The first two episodes of the highly anticipated series starring Priyanka Chopra Jonas (as Nadia Sinh) and Richard Madden (as Mason Kane) are now playing on Prime Video, with one episode being released weekly until May 26. A spy drama from Amazon Studios and Russo Brothers’ AGBO, Citadel is packed with covert operations, counter-intelligence and double-allegiances. It follows Mason and Nadia who narrowly escaped death after their independent agency was destroyed by operatives of Manticore, a powerful syndicate manipulating the world from the shadows. The scope of Citadel is expansive as filming took place coast-to-coast in the U.S., besides London, Morocco and Spain. Citadel is available in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam, along with many other international languages.
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Investigating an abduction
Pathu Thala, a Tamil action-crime drama, revolves around Shakthivel (Gautham Karthik), an undercover detective, who investigates the abduction of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Arunmozhi (Santhosh Pratap). He suspects that AG Raavanan (Silambarasan TR), a feared gangster, is to blame. To solve this case, Shakthivel decides to go undercover and steadily makes his way into the trusted circle of AGR. But he discovers shocking revelations along the way that shake his resolve and makes him question everything he knows. The action-crime drama premiered on Prime Video yesterday with dubs in Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and Hindi.
An honest cop’s tryst with social injustice
If you’re a Sandalwood fan, don’t miss this Kannada thriller. Gurudev Hoysala revolves around an honourable cop (Dhananjaya) who is assigned to the town of Athani in Belagavi to investigate the disappearance of a fellow officer SI Bhargav who was investigating the sand mafia. Meanwhile, Hoysala arranges an inter-caste marriage between an upper-caste girl named Bhoomi and her lower-caste boyfriend Ravi, believing they are orphans in love. Things change for Hoysala when he discovers Bhoomi’s true identity and that that the marriage was a ploy by Ravi to extract revenge from Bhoomi’s father. The action thriller, which premiered yesterday, has been directed by Vijy Nagendra and stars Dhananjya, Amrutha Iyengar and Naveen Shankar.
The superhero freaks defending humanity
Based on DC Comics' book series by the same name, Doom Patrol chronicles the adventures of an idealistic mad scientist and a group of superpowered outcasts fighting wicked, extra-terrestrial forces trying to destroy humanity. It features Jane (Diane Guerrero), Rita Farr (April Bowlby), Vic Stone (Joivan Wade), Larry Trainor (Matt Bomer / Matthew Zuk), Cliff Steele (Brendan Fraser / Riley Shanahan), and Chief (Timothy Dalton). Despite the fact that Bowlby, Bomer, and Fraser reprise their roles in the series Titans, the two shows take place in distinct times. Series 4 of the American television series, created by Jeremy Carter, premieres exclusively on Prime Video on April 30.
Adventures of a 3-year-old and her bear friend
Masha and the Bear is an adorable Russian animated comedy series that features Masha, a lively three-year-old who often finds herself in trouble. There is Bear, a kind, protective figure who tries his best to protect his friend from danger while frequently becoming an inadvertent victim of her follies. The three seasons from this series and Masha’s Nursery Rhymes S1 will premiere exclusively on Prime Video on April 30.
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