5 Web Series That You Can Binge Watch

Here is a list of 5 web series that you can binge watch with your family that have exciting stories if you’re looking for ideas. These are family-friendly so anytime you wanna have a family time just grab a bag of popcron and watch any of the following. Check out the list:

The Forgotten Army

In his Amazon Prime Original series The Forgotten Army, Kabir Khan tells the story of Indian soldiers who fought their own personal battles to rescue their nation from British rule. History of war and casualties is interspersed with themes of love, sacrifice, and youth activism, giving it a very well series and possibly giving it a variety of avenues to extract flavor of human emotion, which it amply does. However, somewhere the series lacks originality, and one-tone performances drag it along for roughly 3 hours and over 5 episodes.

State of Siege: 26/11

A thorough recreation and reimagining of the attacks on Mumbai in November 2008 can be found in State of Siege: 26/11 on Zee5. The eight-part web series, which was created by Abhimanyu Singh and is helmed by Matthew Leutwyler, methodically introduces the major players in this life-altering and horrific incident: the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists at the attack sites, the handlers in Lahore, the victims, the police on the scene and in the centers, the National Security Guard commandos preparing and strategizing for the decisive confrontation, and the media that breathlessly chased breaking news.


Remember when a smart and dapper Shah Rukh Khan left his convenient and satisfying NASA job to return home and serve his own people in Swades? 16 years later, Jitendra Kumar moves to a village to start a new work with the government at a panchayat, but his reasons are first much less nationalistic. He is neither leaving behind a lucrative career nor is he less intelligent than SRK’s Mohan Bhargav. But with a lot of humor mixed in, this rustic drama is just as engrossing as Ashutosh Gowariker’s creation.

Mission Over Mars

After Mission Mangal, the multi-starrer starring Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan, M.OM. Mission Over Mars is Alt Balaji and ZEE5’s debut science fiction drama. The creators aim to keep it more emotional than scientific, focusing on the private lives of the female characters. The administrative problems they face, as they are not eager to venture and are conscious of their audience. The personal elements in the first five episodes make it interesting enough. But they hardly ever take us inside the lab. The show often stumbles since only one TV anchor in the same sari appears throughout the entire series of reports. Yet it manages to keep viewers interested with just the right amount of drama and emotion.


Sunflower, the latest offer from Zee5, is a mystery that is really not a mystery. This Queen director Vikas Bahl movie is, to put it lightly, disappointing. It focuses on a murder victim no one cares about. It is infused with comedy where every joke that is supposed to be funny falls flat. The plot’s flaws are what keep the audience laughing throughout. The show closes on a somewhat scary note, leaving the viewer hoping to enjoy the upcoming season.

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