The advent of streaming platform services, popularly known as OTT (over the top) has changed the viewing habits of people across the globe. Now, anyone can watch their favorite film or show in the comfort of their home with just one click. Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+ and Apple TV+, etc have been providing that.
Unlike before, we don’t need to go to the theatre or wait for a week to watch our favorite content. But every week there is a new release which makes it harder to keep track of everything. So here is a list of all the major releases on some of the platforms for the month of May 2023.
‘Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story’
If you are a fan of ‘Bridgerton‘, then this show is for you. This period drama is a prequel spin-off of the aforementioned series and focuses on young Queen Charlotte’s life as she rises to prominence.
Release date: May 4
Executive produced by Jada Pinkett-Smith, this documentary series focuses on the life of the titular Egyptian Queen. It has been receiving backlash in Egypt for portraying the Queen as a person of color as they claim she was fair-skinned.
Release date: May 10
Jennifer Lopez stars as a former killer in this action drama who has to resort to violence after her daughter is kidnapped. The film also stars Joseph Fiennes, Lucy Paez, and Omari Hardwick. Seeing JLo in an action avatar will be a delight.
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This Ben Affleck-directorial venture met with a mostly positive response in its theatrical run. The film beautifully showcases how Nike came up with its successful Air Jordan line of shoes.
Release date: May 12
‘Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania’
The film turned out to be a major critical and commercial dud for Marvel as it ties with ‘Eternals‘ to be MCU’s worst-reviewed film on Rotten Tomatoes. If you still feel like giving it a try, you can watch it on Disney+.
Release date: May 17
The Kardashian-Jenner family is back with the third season of ‘The Kardashians.’ In it, Kim Kardashian will open up about her messed up divorce from rapper Kanye West. It is a follow-up to ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians.’
Release date: May 25
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