List of Indian TV Shows
Browse the full list of Indian TV shows streaming online, including services like Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, HBO and more. Sort by Rotten Tomatoes, IMDB rating, popularity and more to find something to watch!
1. Sacred Games
What it's about: A link in their pasts leads an honest cop to a fugitive gang boss, whose cryptic warning spurs the officer on a quest to save Mumbai from cataclysm.
Where to Watch: 8 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Netflix).
What it's about: A newly minted military interrogator arrives at a covert detention center to discover that some of the terrorists held there are not of this world.
Where to Watch: 3 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Netflix).
3. Yeh Meri Family
What it's about: Set in the summer of 1998 it is a story about conflicting emotions towards family members from the eyes of a twelve year old.
Where to Watch: 7 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Netflix).
What it's about: The iron-fisted Akhandanand Tripathi is a millionaire carpet exporter and the mafia don of Mirzapur. His son, Munna, is an unworthy, power-hungry heir who will stop at nothing to inherit his father's legacy. An incident at a wedding procession forces him to cross paths with Ramakant Pandit, an upstanding lawyer, and his sons, Guddu and Bablu. It snowballs into a game of ambition, power and greed that threatens the fabric of this lawless city.
Where to Watch: 9 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Prime Video).
5. Laakhon Mein Ek
What it's about: All that 15-year-old Aakash wants to do is make mimicry videos and post them online. Instead, he finds himself in an IIT coaching institute called Genius Infinity, where he is a misfit, unable to cope with the syllabus, and placed in the notorious section D. Now, along with roommates Bakri and Chudail, Aakash will learn to answer life’s multiple-choice questions.
Where to Watch: 14 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Prime Video).
6. Inside Edge
What it's about: The story of the Mumbai Mavericks, a T20 cricket franchise playing in the Powerplay League. Set in a landscape of conflicting interests, where selfishness is almost a virtue, where sex, money, and power are mere means to an end, Inside Edge is a story that pulls no punches, minces no words, and takes no prisoners. Come witness the game behind the game.
Where to Watch: 10 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Prime Video).
7. Little Things
What it's about: Little Things is a web-series about the sweet little moments experienced by a young couple in their everyday life.
Where to Watch: 13 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Netflix).
8. Stories by Rabindranath Tagore
What it's about: The characters of Tagore’s stories spring into life through the cinematic imagination of acclaimed filmmaker, Anurag Basu in ‘Stories By Rabindranath Tagore’. ‘Stories By Rabindranath Tagore’ shares with us the intricately etched characters created by the master himself and brought onto the small screen by the visionary director of ‘Barfi’ and ‘Life in a Metro.’ Set in a politically volatile period, the stories are constantly shifting in the social world of the early twentieth century in undivided Bengal. The hub of new India, Calcutta is the melting pot where our protagonists are pouring in from their rural, social and cultural spaces to encourage this upcoming new world. Tagore, the most articulate feminist of his times, saw his women as intelligent, adventurous, chance takers and almost always resisting the family and the social establishment. Unlike ordinary characters, these personalities pack a rebellious punch. They break the traditional paths and root themselves into our hopeful hearts. We fight alongside them as they break out from their socio-religious confines. The audience, in our times too, will find this world engaging as well as challenging; feeling attached to their emotions, issues, drama and anxieties. Basu retains Tagore’s narrative style even in the visual medium and enhances the words of his pages by casting talent that truly captures the essence of each of his beloved characters. He delves deeper into this society in transition, with songs, music, cultural references and its newfound political and social expressions, a little more than the actual described world within Tagore’s narratives. Tagore’s words and Basu’s vision have amalgamated into a show that transports you back in time to a world as complicated as this one but with far more appeal and beauty.
Where to Watch: 26 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Netflix).