Web Series are the thing now. People love to binge watch web series rather than the saas-bahu serials. But there are some serious that we all would love to see more of it. While series like Inside Edge, Sacred Games, Tripling are all coming back with their sequel there are some serious which need to have a sequel but there is no news about it so far.
Today, we at UrbanAsian would like to give you a list of 5 series which we all would love to come up with another sequel.
- Made In Heaven: (Amazon Prime)
Produced by Excel Entertainment, the series revolves around the lives of Tara and Karan, two wedding planners in Delhi running an agency named Made in Heaven. The series stars Arjun Mathur, Sobhita Dhulipala, Kalki Koechlin, Jim Sarbh, Shashank Arora, and Shivani Raghuvanshi. The series is premiered on Amazon Prime. The 1st season won the hearts of many people and all are eagerly waiting for the 2nd season.
- Permanent Roommates: (TVF)
Permanent Roommates had come up with 2 seasons which made everyone fall in love with Sumeet Vyas. This series revolves around a young couple, Tanya and Mikesh, who after being in a long distance relationship for 3 years, face the prospect of marriage.
- Mirzapur: (Amazon Prime)
Mirzapur revolves around drugs, guns, and lawlessness. This series changed the audience’s perspective about Ali Fazal, Vikrant Massey and Divyendu Sharma as actors. Everyone proved themselves and now the audiences are eagerly waiting for the next season.
- Pitchers: (TVF)
Pitchers is about four guys who quit their jobs to start their own company. The first season consists of five episodes and made everyone fall in love with the series. It would be exciting TVF comes up with its second season as well.
- Ghoul: (Netflix)
Ghoul was a horror web series that premiered on Netflix. The story revolves around the interrogation of a dreaded terrorist Ali Saeed in a secret government internment camp that ignites a series of horrifying and supernatural events in the aftermath. Radhika Apte plays the main character Nida Rahim supported by Manav Kaul.