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New films and television series for this week’s streaming lineup on Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, and other OTT platforms.

Get ready for your weekly streaming update as the next seven days bring a diverse mix of movies and TV shows to satisfy your binge-watching cravings. Raveena Tandon and Namrata Sheth headline “Karmma Calling,” an Indian adaptation of the American series Revenge. Vicky Kaushal’s “Sam Bahadur” gears up for a digital premiere following a successful theatrical run. World War II drama “Masters of the Air” hits screens, while Timothée Chalamet’s “Wonka” is available on demand.

“Wonka” takes audiences on a musical fantasy adventure exploring the origins of Willy Wonka, portrayed by Timothée Chalamet, delving into his journey to open a chocolate shop in Europe. Inspired by real events, the gripping drama “The Godmother” follows the rise of Griselda Blanco, played by Sofía Vergara, in 1970s and 1980s Miami as she becomes the city’s most feared cocaine dealer.

The Fab Five returns for the eighth season of “Queer Eye,” transforming lives in New Orleans. Meanwhile, “Revolution,” a follow-up to 2021’s “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” unfolds a new chapter in the He-Man saga with an epic clash between technology and magic in the world of Eternia.

In the post-apocalyptic Seoul of “Badland Hunters,” Nam-san, a relentless hunter, navigates a lawless civilization, facing natural threats and human adversaries while trying to save a teenager abducted by a mad doctor conducting human experiments. Additionally, “The Expatriates,” a drama series based on Janice Y. K. Lee’s novel, explores the intriguing lives of an expatriate community in Hong Kong.

On Prime Video, the American war drama miniseries “Masters of the Air” adapts Donald L. Miller’s book, chronicling the experiences of the 100th Bomb Group during World War II. The series serves as a companion to “Band of Brothers” and “The Pacific” and is available on Apple TV+.

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