The Family Man 2, The Mauritanian, Mortal Kombat: What to watch this weekend

The week gone by kept viewers busy with ample options across OTT platforms. While Manoj Bajpayee-Samantha Akkineni-starrer The Family Man 2 found many takers, there was Mortal Kombat and Dom on the platter too.

Here are all the major titles which you can stream this weekend:

Release Date




June 1The MauritanianAmazon Prime VideoEnglish
June 1Super Monsters: Once Upon a RhymeNetflixEnglish
June 2Kim’s Convenience S5NetflixEnglish
June 2CarnavalNetflixSpanish
June 3Creator’s File: GOLDNetflixJapanese
June 3Summertime: Season 2NetflixItalian
June 3Dancing QueensNetflixSwedish
June 3Alan Saldaña: Locked UpNetflixMexican
June 3Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2NetflixEnglish
June 3Why Women Kill Season 2Voot SelectEnglish
June 3Documental Season 4Amazon Prime VideoJapanese
June 4The Family Man Season 2Amazon Prime VideoHindi
June 4DomAmazon Prime VideoEnglish, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu
June 4Mortal KombatBookMyShow StreamEnglish
June 4Sweet ToothNetflixEnglish
June 4Raya and the Last DragonDisney Plus HotstarEnglish
June 4Trippin’ with the KandasamysNetflixEnglish
June 4Feel Good: Season 2NetflixEnglish
June 4Sweet & SourNetflixEnglish
June 4XtremeNetflixEnglish
June 4Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our PlanetNetflixEnglish
June 4Head Above WaterAmazon Prime VideoEnglish
June 4The FloodBookMyShow StreamEnglish
June 4Made in ItalyBookMyShow StreamEnglish
June 4AdavipandiBookMyShow StreamTelugu
June 4Human: The World WithinNetflixEnglish

The Family Man Season 2: Amazon Prime Video

In her review of The Family Man Season 2, The Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta wrote, “The second season of The Family Man is bigger, slicker, and much better. It significantly raises its stakes, casts its net wider, and manages to get in a larger context, even if fleeting, about the state of the world we are living in.”

The Mauritanian – Amazon Prime Video

Benedict Cumberbatch, Tahir Rahim and Jodie Foster star in this 9/11 procedural thriller dealing with the subject of unethical torture. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Kevin Macdonald, the film is based on the real-life story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi who was wrongfully imprisoned for a period of 14 years without a fair trial.

Mortal Kombat: BookMyShow Stream

Mortal Kombat, which hit theatres in April this year, stars Lewis Tan, Hiroyuki Sanada, Joe Taslim, Josh Lawson, Jessica McNamee. In his review of the film,’s Kshitij Rawat wrote, “The movie, like the games, is set in a fictional universe made up of eighteen realms or worlds, in which the Earthrealm is one. If the chosen warriors of a particular realm defeat the warrior of another in the titular tournament ten times, the victorious realm is allowed to conquer the vanquished one. Earthrealm stands on the verge of defeat after losing nine tournaments.”

Sweet Tooth: Netflix

In an interview, executive producer Robert Downey, Jr. revealed why he backed Netflix film Sweet Tooth. Downey said, “The comics had this scope and emotional breadth of storytelling, and the characters were just so engaging. We wanted to make a great co-viewing experience for parents and kids. And I know when Susan’s starting to engage with something, subject matter or a character, she just has this ability once she locks in and says, “I’m really feeling this.” She will not stop until it’s been brought to life.”

The actor added, “This is an expansive world and an epic story. Nowadays, you have to wow me. I have to feel like, “Wow, what is that? And where is that? And who are these people? And what’s going on?” And then I always leave it to the boss to make sure that the story rings true and the characters are great. This show has the big macro elements that get my attention, and you also really buy into these characters and root for them.”

Kim’s Convenience Season 5: Netflix

Kim’s Convenience revolves around a Korean-Canadian family that runs a convenience store in Toronto. It stars Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Simu Liu, Andrew Phung, Jean Yoon, Andrea Bang, Nicole Power and others.

Dom: Amazon Prime Video

The Brazillian crime drama is reportedly inspired by the true story of a father and son on opposite sides of the war on drugs in Rio de Janeiro. The eight one-hour-long episodes follow a young diver Victor, who becomes a military intelligence agent and embraces the war on drugs as his life’s mission. But things go for a toss when his own son Pedro, turns into not only a drug addict but also one of the most wanted criminals around. The show has been dubbed for the Indian audience in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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