What's on Netflix, Amazon Prime and TV this week? Here's a list of top releases, premieres and shows you cannot miss

From Bohemian Rhapsody premiere, 2 Broke Girls release to the live telecast of the Carabao Cup quarter finals, here's a round-up of all that's new on TV and OTT platforms

author_img Ayesha T and Ana M Published :  13th December 2019 07:02 PM   |   Published :   |  13th December 2019 07:02 PM

Bohemian Rhapsody

Premiere: Bohemian Rhapsody
The biographical drama film on Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of the British rock band Queen premieres this Sunday. The 2018 film directed by Bryan Singer brings to the screen the life of Freddie, who is considered one of the greatest lead singers in the history of rock music. December 15, 9 pm. On Star Movies

New: Life In The Air
BBC’s Natural History Unit brings to your screen some unseen facts about animals that can fly and jump high in the air. The groundbreaking nature documentary captures squirrels, spiders, frogs, fish, birds and bats — all of which have exceptional skills and breathtaking design that enables them to hunt, travel, sleep, live and die in the air. Shot using cutting-edge filming technology Life In The Air allows audience to ‘fly’ alongside these animals and discover their unique point of view. December 14, 10 pm. On Sony BBC Earth

Live: Carabao Cup
Aston Villa v Liverpool kick off the quarter finals at the Villa Park on December 18. The next day witness three other matches— Oxford United v Manchester City, Manchester United v Colchester United and Everton v Leicester City. After losing the Manchester Derby recently, Manchester City looks forward to winning against the rising underdogs, Oxford United. Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s red devils are up for a tough match against Colchester United at Old Trafford. And the last match promises to be a thrilling encounter between Everton and Leicester City at Goodison Park. December 18-19, 1.15 am. On Colors Infinity HD, Vh1 HD and Vh1 SD

New: Scarface
This cult classic crime drama premieres on the platform this week. The movie follows the journey of a Cuban refugee called Tony Montana who arrives in Miami in the 1980s and eventually becomes a powerful drug lord. The movie stars Al Pacino in a breakthrough role. December 16. On Netflix

Premiere: Unbroken: Path to Redemption
This 2018 drama is a sequel to the 2014 film Unbroken. It follows World War II hero Louis Zamperini who returns to the city and tries to adjust to his new civilian life after he marries Cynthia Applewhite. However, Louis is haunted by nightmares of the horrific war and this threatens his marriage. But his life changes when he listens to Billy Graham at a church revival. December 15, 1 pm. On Sony PIX

Docuseries: Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer
This docuseries follows real-life killer Luka Magnotta. The murderer filmed himself torturing animals and posted the videos online, resulting in the Internet community going on a manhunt to catch him. December 18. On Netflix

New: Love Happens
Starring Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart, the 2009 romantic drama bears the tagline ‘...sometimes when you least expect it’. Burke is a motivational speaker, who is dealing with the sudden death of his wife. While in Seattle on work, he meets Eloise, a floral designer who changes his life. December 16. On Netflix

New: 2 Broke Girls
This American sitcom revolves around friends Max Black (Kat Dennings) and Caroline Channing (Beth Behrs). While Caroline is the daughter of a billionaire, Max grew up in poverty, and the show’s comedy stems from their differing perspectives on life. Season 1-6. December 14. On Hotstar Premium

New: Hostel Daze
Created by The Viral Fever, Hostel Daze is a five-part comedy-drama. It follows four hostelmates Ankit, Chirag, Jaat and Jhaatu. The series depicts the life of hostel students and the hilarious adventures that they embark on. Featuring up-and-coming actors Nikhil Vijay, Luv, Shubham Gaur and Adarsh Gaurav, the series launches today. December 13. On Amazon Prime Video