You need tubs of popcorn to slay this list

Tata Sky always looks to amaze its viewers and our new channel ‘World Screen’ is all set to take it to the next level. India’s first ad-free channel, World Screen, will showcase the most engaging of shows and films from across the world. Hollywood, French, Israeli, Korean, Chinese, Mexican – you name it and World Screen has it! Peek into what’s in store.

1. Happy Valley – The terrifying truth behind a small town

With a host of awards under its belt including multiple BAFTAs, this British show will shake you to your very core. Brave, brutal and set in a bleak background, this may seem like another crime drama but it transcends to soul-stirring stuff, the likes of which you rarely see on television.

2. Gomorrah – Where the grittiest mafioso reign

This Italian show took top honours at the prestigious Monte-Carlo TV Festival, in just a year post its premiere. A few minutes into the show and you’ll be convinced why it is so popular and critically acclaimed. Explore the bloody and violent underbelly of Naples, Italy through the eyes of the very mafioso who run it.

3. Prisoners of War – Whose story will you believe?

Many know about this Israeli show from its more popular American remake ‘Homeland’, but apart from the plot, these two shows are miles apart. Prisoners of War swept the top awards in its year of release and for good reason. Exceptional acting and an even tighter script and direction make it a psychological thriller that will keep you glued to your screen.

4. Miss Minoes – Delightfully evergreen

Adapted from Dutch author Annie M.G. Schmidt’s well-loved book, Miss Minoes is 120 minutes of pure, innocent charm. Good luck resisting the magical pull of this enchanting Danish film.

5. All Good Things – Twist and turn to the guessing game

Dark and moody, this American film is not for everyone. It’s for those who are patient and curious and who want to explore the depths of a movie. It is a journey to traverse and understand fully. Liked both by the critics and the audience, the movie has been nominated for multiple awards.

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