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All The Emmy Nominated Shows You Need To Binge Watch This Weekend

The only show list guide you need

 The night of Emmys, as always, saw some of the best talents and shows being honored. It’s time to celebrate and tune-in to some of the best Emmy awarded and nominated shows on Hotstar. Here is the only show list guide you need to follow this weekend. Binge on!

American Crime Story – The Assassination of Gianni Versace 


A crime anthology series with the second season being around the assassination of the Italian fashion designer and founder of Versace, Gianni Versace tops our list and should be on yours too. The highly gripping show sheds light on fashion’s favorite design house, one that introduced us to supermodels. 





This is Us 

The show details the lives and families of two parents, and their three children born on the same day as their
father’s birthday. Their paths intertwine in curious ways leading up to various discoveries. If you’re in to be emotionally moved, catch the heartwarming tale this weekend. 






Last Week Tonight With John Oliver 

A comedy news show hosted by comedian John Oliver, it’s a satirical look at the week in news, political and current events. The topics are well researched and Oliver really does induce brilliant humor in all the episodes. 







Silicon Valley

Created by Mike Judge, this satire revolves around the struggle of six programmers trying to make a mark in the big, bad world of programming. The show ranks high on comedy, drama and character sketches. In case your inner tech geek needs awakening here’s a show to binge on. 







The plot gives you reason enough to watch it. Barry, who kills for money, discovers acting when he is looking for his target. He realizes he enjoys it so much that he wants to leave behind his old life. 






Patrick Melrose 

Following the death of his father, Patrick Melrose attempts to overcome his addictions & demons rooted in abuse by his father and negligent mother. Honestly the admiration for Benedict Cumberbatch never really goes away and the actor does a brilliant job in executing this piece of literature by Mr. Aubyn.