From “Rocket Boys” To “Ms. Marvel,” Web Series That Dominated In 2022

From “Rocket Boys” To “Ms. Marvel,” Web Series That Dominated In 2022

Some of the series received enormous levels of views and popularity throughout 2022, with many fresh additions and also heartfelt goodbyes.

1. Ms. Marvel

Ms. Marvel in 2022
Ms. Marvel in 2022

Cast: Yasmeen Fletcher, Matt Lintz, Iman Vellani, and Zenobia Shroff

Directors: Billal Fallah and Adil El Arbi

Genres: Action, adventure, and comedic movies

In Ms. Marvel, Iman Vellani makes her acting debut as Kamala Khan, a young Pakistani-American who adores the Avengers, particularly Captain Marvel. The six-episode series follows Kamala from her existential crisis to her eventual acceptance of her new identity as she acquires abilities. By visiting Kamala’s ancestral home in her history, Marvel was able to incorporate South Asian culture by depicting a mosque, weddings, costumes, and food. The show focuses on Kamala’s journey of discovering her place in the world as well as the evolving dynamics between her parents.

Moon Knight 2.

May Calamawy, Ethan Hawke, and Oscar Isaac

Mohamed Diab is the director.

Action, science fiction, and adventure

Another game-changing MCU film this year, “Moon Knight” concentrates on Steven Grant’s (Oscar Isaac) dissociative identity disorder (DID) and offers insights into the mental condition rather than the usual hero-villain paradigm. As he makes his way through a mystery involving the great gods of Egypt, the main character battles with his dual identities as Marc Spector, the brutal mercenary avatar of the Egyptian moon god Khonsu, and Steven Grant, a gift shop clerk at the British Museum. The multi-genre series alternates between humor, psychological thriller, and fantasy adventure, keeping the viewer on the edge of their seat the entire time. With its top-notch performances and surprising plot

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2. Moon Knight 2

moon knight season 2
moon knight season 2

May Calamawy, Ethan Hawke, and Oscar Isaac

Mohamed Diab is the director.

Action, science fiction, and adventure

Another game-changing MCU film this year, “Moon Knight” concentrates on Steven Grant’s (Oscar Isaac) dissociative identity disorder (DID) and offers insights into the mental condition rather than the usual hero-villain paradigm. As he makes his way through a mystery involving the great gods of Egypt, the main character battles with his dual identities as Marc Spector, the brutal mercenary avatar of the Egyptian moon god Khonsu, and Steven Grant, a gift shop clerk at the British Museum. The multi-genre series alternates between humor, psychological thriller, and fantasy adventure, keeping the viewer on the edge of their seat the entire time. With its top-notch performances and surprising plot

Childhood friends battling their feelings for one another, a school striving to maintain its name, and the main protagonists still able to struggle through as they witness their loved ones transform into the (un)dead. The main storyline and numerous side stories will keep you intrigued once you start viewing this 12-hour series!

3. The Edge of Darkness, Rudra

The Edge of Darkness Rudra
The Edge of Darkness Rudra

The cast includes Esha Deol, Ajay Devgn, Raashi Khanna, Ashwini Kalsekar, and Ashish Vidyarthi.

Rajesh Manpuskar is the director.

Genre: Drama, Action, Psychological Thriller, Crime

Through the Indian adaption of the British psychological crime thriller series “Luther,” “Rudra,” Ajay Devgn made his OTT debut. Devgn continues to drag offenders by their collars like his cop job in “Singham,” but in a grimmer and more urban setting. Rudraveer Pratap Singh, the main character, is a courageous cop who has been suspended for misconduct but who nevertheless uncovers the horrific atrocities taking place in Mumbai while also battling his own demons. Rudra is actually revealed to be a complex character who is attempting to combine his failing marriage and his career as the show goes on

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4. Mismatched (Season 2)

Mismatched in 2022
Mismatched in 2022

Cast: Vidya Malvade, Rannvijay Singha, Rohit Saraf, Prajakta Kohli

Akarsh Khurana and Nipun Dharmadhikari are the directors.

Drama, coming-of-age, and rom-com

Season 2 of “Mismatched,” which is based on Sandhya Menon’s book “When Dimple Met Rishi,” continues where the first season left off. Dimple and Rishi, the main characters, experience a trying time in their relationship that is brought on by miscommunication and misunderstandings, but they also make new friends. Since most of the cast members have character development, there is more focus on them as well, making this season more enjoyable to watch than the previous one. Each episode features underlying themes that, in a lighthearted way, focus on problems like homophobia, bullying, the dangers of social media, ableism, etc.

5. The Sandman

The Sandman
The Sandman

Cast: Patton Oswalt, Boyd Holbrook, and Tom Sturridge

Among the directors is Neil Gaiman.

Dark fantasy and mythology are the genres.

In August of this year, the well-known comic book series by Neil Gaiman made its television debut. It draws the observer in right away with its hubristic occultist seeking to freeze death. The personification of dreams, Morpheus, is imprisoned and his castle is destroyed, which causes dreams and nightmares to be released into the world of humans. The series’ constant switching between the everyday and mythical, extreme violence and amusement, keeps viewers interested. You can approach this online series with an open mind and natural curiosity even if you are unfamiliar with the comic series.

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