Watch Tamil sitcom ‘Time Enna Boss’ on Amazon Prime Video — September 18

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Binge-watch the eagerly awaited Tamil sitcom Time Enna Boss starting September 18 only on Amazon Prime Video. Created under the banner of Kavithalayaa Productions, the 10-part series is a rib-tickling comedy revolving around an IT worker who ends up sharing his apartment with four strangers who have traveled from different time zones. The show stars Robo Shankar, Bharath, Priya Bhavani, Alexander Babu and Karunakaran.

Prime members will be able to watch all titles anywhere and anytime on the Prime Video app for smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire tablets, Apple TV, etc.

Indian and International titles to stream on Amazon Prime Video:

  • All in: The Fight for Democracy – September 18

The documentary takes a look at the history, and current activism against voter suppression; barriers to voting that most people don’t even know is a threat to their basic rights as citizens of the United States.

  • Peep Time S1s – September 18

The story follows Shinichi Toneli (Shingo Katori), a clumsy resident of Apt. 301 whose unexpected behavior amuses his nosy neighbor in Apt. 302, Jiro Kasuya. The story starts when Jiro’s daughter Akane (Chihiro Yamamoto) finds out about her dad’s hobby and joins him peeping through the hole to watch their neighbour’s movements.

  • Holly Slept Over– September 18

This unconventional comedy follows the relationship struggles of a married couple trying to conceive, their friends who have lost their spark, and the tension that ensues when an old college roommate stays over for the weekend.

  • Kannad Gothilla (Kannada) – September 18

The thriller film is a mysterious tale of non-Kannadiga immigrants going missing in Bengaluru. What happened to them? The plot basically revolves a senior crime inspector, who investigates cases of non-Kannadigas going missing in Bengaluru.

  • Appa Ani Bappa (Marathi) – September 18

Govind Kulkarni, also known as, Appa (Bharat Jadhav), is a Pune-based, middle-class family man living with his wife, two children and his father. Govind faces financial, family and bank struggle and asks Lord Ganesha to help him out.

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