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Amazon Prime Video unveils trailer of 'Four More Shots Please'

Prime members can binge-watch the 10-part series starting 25 January.

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MUMBAI: Amazon Prime Video is all ready to expand the Indian original content library at the beginning of the year only. Adding more spice to the existing library, the international OTT player is ready to launch a new series Four More Shots Please. The trailer of the 10-part series, which will start streaming on the platform on 25 January, has been unveiled.

“At Prime Video we are focused on serving a wide and diverse set of customers their daily dose of entertainment on our service. From reality shows for millennials to comedy for all, hard-hitting heartland story in Mirzapur to a psychological thriller in Breathe, we have something for everyone on Prime Video. We are excited to start this year with a female-centric, genre-defining, aspirational show that will take viewers on a larger than life journey into the urban women’s world.  Let the celebrations begin – Four More Shots Please!” Amazon Prime Video India content director and head Vijay Subramaniam said.

The series has been created by Rangita Pritish Nandy, produced by Pritish Nandy Communications and directed by Anu Menon. The new Prime Original casts a spotlight on the strong bond of female friendship that serves as a lifeline for young women in urban India as they adapt, flourish and rebel in a rapidly evolving societal culture with changing gender roles. Helmed by a predominantly women cast and crew, the show has been written by Devika Bhagat, with dialogues from Ishita Moitra.

In the over-crowded Indian OTT market, the two rivals Amazon Prime Video and Netflix are heavily investing in local originals to woo consumers. Moreover, Amazon Prime Video comes bundled with the other facilities from Prime service which has brought it huge number of users. According to a recent study by technology research firm Comparitech, India has been found the cheapest place to watch Amazon Prime Video in a list of 28 countries.

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