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Little Things is an Indian romantic comedy streaming television series, created by Dhruv Sehgal, who also starred in the lead role along with Mithila Palkar. The series were directed by Ajay Bhuyan and Ruchir Arun and produced by Aditi Shrivastava, Anirudh Pandita and Ashwin Suresh of Dice Media. Its first season was premiered through the official YouTube channel of Dice Media, from 25 October 2016, to 22 November. Netflix later purchased the franchise and its second season and third, was premiered on 5 October 2018 and 9 November 2019. Fourth and the final season was released on 15 October 2021.
The story revolves around Kavya Kulkarni (Palkar) and Dhruv Vats (Sehgal), a couple in a live-in relationship in Mumbai. The series progresses with everyday life explored through conversation between the couple. The language used is English, with a few sentences in Hindi (used mostly in slang).
- Mithila Palkar as Kavya Kulkarni
- Dhruv Sehgal as Dhruv Vats
- Abhishek Bhalerao as Murthy
- Navni Parihar as Ila Kulkarni, Kavya s mother
- Rishi Deshpande as Satish Kulkarni, Kavya s father
- Asheesh Kapur (Season 2 & 3)
- Vikram Kochhar as Dhruv s friend (Season 2 & 3)
- Lovleen Mishra as Dhruv s mother (Season 3)
- Aman Bhagat as Karan (Season 1)
- Veer Rajwant Singh as Akash (Season 1)
- Palvi Jaiswal as Sana (Season 1)
- Sanjay Gurbaxani as Kavya s boss (Season 1)
- Bharat Pahuja as visitor (Season 1)
- Paresh Pahuja as Raunak (Season 2)
- Kanak Raju as coaching teacher (Season 2)
- Priyanka Arya as Sushmita (Season 3)
- Ashish Bhatia as Amey (Season 3)
- Chandrakant as old watchman (Season 3)
- Shikha Chowdary as Anmol (Season 3)
- Dhruvin Doshi as Suraj (Season 3)
- Sainika Ghaises as Nupur (Season 3)
- Martin Jishil as Sandeep (Season 3)
- Aakash Khemchandani as Piyush (Season 3)
- Hitesh Shejpai as Shenoy (Season 3)
- Sarla Shah as Mrs. D Mello (Season 3)
- Vivaan Shah (Season 3)
- Abhay verma (Season 3)
- Ayush Sehgal as Omkar (Season 4)
- Tamara as Ishu (Season 4)
|First released||Last released||Network|
|1||5||25 October 2016||22 November 2016||Dice Media|
|2||8||5 October 2018||Netflix|
|3||8||9 November 2019|
|4||8||15 October 2021|
Season 1 (2016)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||1||FOMO||Ajay Bhuyan||Dhruv Sehgal||25 October 2016|
|Dhruv and Kavya are on course to have a lazy plain Sunday even though they try their best to make it exciting. The fear of missing out on all the fun that they see their friends are having on social media makes Kavya spice up their day.|
|2||2||Have a Nice Day||Ajay Bhuyan||Dhruv Sehgal||1 November 2016|
|The morning rush to go to work leads to a tussle between Dhruv and Kavya, spoiling both their moods for the rest of the day. As the irony of relationships goes, however, they still have each other to help fix a bad day.|
|3||3||Good Night||Ajay Bhuyan||Dhruv Sehgal||8 November 2016|
|A sleepless night thanks to mosquitoes turns into a discovery that Kavya s ex-boyfriend is getting married, and a long conversation about exes follows.|
|4||4||Thank You!||Ajay Bhuyan||Dhruv Sehgal||15 November 2016|
|It is a weeknight and Dhruv and Kavya s plan to have a good dinner at an Iranian restaurant gets canned. Kavya convinces Dhruv to attend her friend Shifa s house party and in the end, they end up having a late night out at a nearby fair.|
|5||5||Here We Go!||Ajay Bhuyan||Dhruv Sehgal||22 November 2016|
|Fresh air and wine do wonders for Dhruv and Kavya as they open up like never before. Nestled in the middle of a vineyard, Kavya speaks her heart out to Dhruv about how she doesn t know what she wants to do with her life.|
Season 2 (2018)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|6||01||Milk Cake||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||5 October 2018|
|When an old friend comes to visit from Delhi, Dhruv is struck by how much has changed between them since their childhood.|
|7||02||Back Seat||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||5 October 2018|
|After Kavya gets a big work promotion and Dhruv makes a difficult professional decision, they attend the housewarming party of a well-to-do couple.|
|8||03||Cheeti Aur Haathi||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||5 October 2018|
|Kavya gets busier at work while managing a big project. Feeling restless at home, Dhruv struggles to find ways to bring in some income.|
|9||04||Mumbai Darshan||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||5 October 2018|
|When Kavya s mother comes to visit, Dhruv takes her out for the afternoon and learns more about the person behind the parent.|
|10||05||Leicester City F.C.||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||5 October 2018|
|When Kavya hits it off with another man on a work trip, she begins questioning whether her relationship with Dhruv is good enough for the long haul.|
|11||06||Bed & Breakfast||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||5 October 2018|
|With Kavya feeling under the weather, weekend plans are cancelled in favour of a day at home, where she and Dhruv chill, chat and occasionally quarrel.|
|12||07||Baalti Aur Magga||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||5 October 2018|
|While attending a friend s wedding, a moment of intimacy between Kavya and Dhruv devolves into a full-blown argument about where they stand.|
|13||08||Where Are We?||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||5 October 2018|
|Following their fight, Kavya and Dhruv return home from the wedding, stopping at a familiar place for a heart-to-heart talk.|
Season 3 (2019)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|14||1||Migration||Sumit Aroraa||Dhruv Sehgal||9 November 2019|
|A research stint takes Dhruv to Bangalore. As Kavya helps him settle in, unease over their upcoming months apart affects their remaining hours together.|
|15||2||Today of all Days||Sumit Aroraa||Dhruv Sehgal, Garima Pura Patiyaalvi||9 November 2019|
|Dhruv quickly takes to his new surroundings and makes instant friends. Kavya struggles with loneliness at home and vulnerability at work.|
|16||3||Rectangles||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal, Abhinandan Sridhar||9 November 2019|
|Dhruv and Kavya grow accustomed to their individual lives. As Dhruv s fellowship ends, an awkward conversation stirs unease about his return to Mumbai.|
|17||4||Senior Citizens||Sumit Aroraa||Dhruv Sehgal, Nupur Pai||9 November 2019|
|While visiting her hometown in Nagpur, Kavya s interactions with her ageing parents and childhood friends spark both concern and nostalgia.|
|18||5||Vertical Housing||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||9 November 2019|
|Dhruv visits Delhi to help his mother pack up his childhood home, but pressure to marry and family tensions have him feeling frustrated and detached.|
|19||6||Jet Lag||Sumit Aroraa||Dhruv Sehgal||9 November 2019|
|The couple is finally reunited, but life seems out of sync as Dhruv compares Mumbai to Bangalore and feels replaced by Kavya s new friendships.|
|20||7||The Sum of our Past||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal, Garima Pura Patiyaalvi, Abhinandan Sridhar||9 November 2019|
|Flashbacks illuminate each of Dhruv s and Kavya s early encounters with relationships and marriage. In the present day, a wedding ring triggers tension.|
|21||8||Migration II||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal, Nupur Pai||9 November 2019|
|Dhruv envies a friend s accomplishment. As sad news compels Kavya to consider transferring to Nagpur, the couple reflect on their evolving relationship.|
Season 4 (2021)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|22||1||Circles||Sumit Aroraa||Dhruv Sehgal||15 October 2021|
|Reunited after 14 months, Kavya and Dhruv reflect on their time apart, wondering if the physical distance created an emotional disconnection, too.|
|23||2||Family Holiday||Sumit Aroraa||Dhruv Sehgal, Garima Pura Patiyaalvi||15 October 2021|
|On their Kerala holiday, Kavya talks a reluctant Dhruv into taking a bus tour, but the day trip isn’t without a few bumps in the road.|
|24||3||Fort Kavya||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal, Abhinandan Sridhar||15 October 2021|
|When Dhruv is unable to get out of a work commitment on Kavya’s 30th birthday, she spends the occasion in her own company, exploring and soul-searching.|
|25||4||Air Quality Index||Sumit Aroraa||Dhruv Sehgal, Nupur Pai||15 October 2021|
|Kavya makes a brave career move. A meetup with Dhruv’s friends from Finland sparks questions about the future and why Dhruv really moved back to India.|
|26||5||Business Class||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal||15 October 2021|
|While setting up their new home in Mumbai, Dhruv and Kavya discuss the pros and cons of marriage. An accident leads to a disappointing setback.|
|27||6||Got Your Back||Sumit Aroraa||Dhruv Sehgal||15 October 2021|
|With Kavya listless at home and Dhruv struggling at work, three weeks pass before they realize the toll these things have taken on their relationship..|
|28||7||What s This Party For?||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal, Garima Pura Patiyaalvi, Abhinandan Sridhar||15 October 2021|
|While both sets of parents are visiting, Kavya and Dhruv host a gathering at home with friends — but no one is quite sure what the occasion is.|
|29||8||Full Circle||Ruchir Arun||Dhruv Sehgal, Nupur Pai||15 October 2021|
|In a merry mood, the couple enjoys a late night out, taking a pause to celebrate the present moment as they stand on the cusp of big things to come.|
Dhruv Sehgal, started writing for the new series in late 2015, featuring Mithila Palkar who have previously acted in short videos by Dice Media and Filter Copy, and have known each other since Palkar s time working at Thespo (Quasar Theatre Productions annual theatre festival). Sehgal had asked her to audition for Filter Copy s new satire show on YouTube called News Darshan. The series first season was directed by Ajay Bhuyan and had an episode runtime of 15 minutes each. The series is produced by Aditi Shrivastava, Anirudh Pandita and Ashwin Suresh. The second and third season was directed by Ruchir Arun, who is a National Award winner.
The series explores multiple themes, related to everyday life and the problems and challenges faced in it. Season 1 explored themes like a fear of missing out (FOMO) caused by social media and late-night cravings for food. Season 2 explored more serious themes like personal and professional crises. Dhruv is seen reconnecting with an old friend and realising that they have grown apart. He is later seen quitting his job due to a loss of interest. Dhruv is then seen as being aimless while Kavya has received a promotion and a pay hike, which leads to fights as they realise the differences between them. Other themes explored in the second season include Kavya getting attracted to a biker on an office trip, homophobia and the possibility of considering one s parents as friends.
Season 3 further explores Dhruv and Kavya s relationship (which had hit a rough patch at the end of Season 2) with them venturing into a long-distance relationship. They thus begin to face loneliness (due to staying apart from one another) and learn to deal with it. They eventually realize that they can also be happy with other people. The two of them also have additional responsibilities and pity themselves. They reconnect with childhood friends and Kavya faces the fear of losing a loved one, her neighbour s dog, Kaju. They both discuss the possibility of marriage and their views on the topic are explored through an episode consisting of flashbacks. While visiting their parents, they realize that they are growing old. Additionally, the season explores the social structures of the big cities, commenting on how the urbanisation results in a loss of humanity.
The music and background score is composed by Neel Adhikari, and the series features a theme song composed by Prateek Kuhad specially for it.
- Song for Survival – Neel Adhikari, Mithila Palkar
- Food for Thought – Neel Adhikari
- Hot or Cold Down There – Neel Adhikari
- Luca s Lullaby – Neel Adhikari
- Mountaintop Two – Neel Adhikari
- Pots N Pans – Neel Adhikari, Clovis Soo
- RocknRolla – Neel Adhikari
- Musalsal – Neel Adhikari
- I Forgive You – Neel Adhikari
- Surprise – Neel Adhikari
- Okay – Neel Adhikari
- Parchai – Neel Adhikari
The first season of the series was premiered through Dice Media s YouTube channel, from 25 October 2016 to 22 November 2016. It became a thundering success, with the first episode, which premiered on 25 October, gained over 15 million views, upon its initial release. Later, Netflix collaborated with Dice Media, to acquire the rights for the second season, which was released on 5 October 2018. Netflix announced that the show would be renewed for a third season, with a release date of 9 November 2019.
Rohan Naahar of Hindustan Times gave it a rating of 4/5 and went on to write relies more heavily on performances than most others . Soumya Rao, writing for Scroll.in, called the show frequently charming, often relatable and never boring . Prakhya Nair of The Red Sparrow rated it 3.5 stars and recommended it to anyone who wants to delve in a real relationship for a while . Anvita Singh, writing for The Indian Express, opines that would have worked better if it had four episodes of 15 minutes each, instead of the eight episodes, each over 22 minutes long and also critiqued that the second season lacked the show s sweet-natured relatability .
Season 1 of the series was published as a book by Penguin Random House in August 2017.
|MTV IWMBuzz Digital Awards 2019||Most Popular Actress in a Web Series||Mithila Palkar||Won|
|Best Cinematography||Aniruddha Patankar||Won|
|Storyteller of The Year||Dhruv Sehgal||Won|
|Best Youth Show||Little Things 2||Won|
|IReel Awards 2019||Best Actor in Comedy Series||Dhruv Sehgal||Nominated|
|Best Actress in Comedy Series||Mithila Palkar||Won|
|Best Comedy Series||Little Things 2||Won|
|Critics Choice Shorts & Series Awards 2019||Best Writing Series (Comedy/ Romance)||Dhruv Sehgal||Won|
|Best Actor in Comedy/ Romance||Dhruv Sehgal (share with Vikrant Massey)||Won|
|Best Actress in Comedy/ Romance||Mithila Palkar||Won|
|Best Series (Comedy/ Romance)||Little Things Season 2||Won|
|2020 Filmfare OTT Awards||Best Comedy Series||Little Things 3||Nominated|
|Best Actor in Comedy Series||Dhruv Sehgal||Nominated|
|Best Actress in Comedy Series||Mithila Palkar||Won|
|Critics Best Actor in Comedy Series||Dhruv Sehgal||Won|
The Little Things is a 2021 American neo-noir psychological crime thriller film directed, written, and co-produced by John Lee Hancock and co-produced by Mark Johnson. Set in early 1990s Los Angeles, the film follows two detectives (Denzel Washington and Rami Malek) who investigate a string of murders, which lead them to a strange loner who may be the culprit (Jared Leto).
The film initially began development in 1993, when Hancock wrote the original draft of the screenplay, with various names attached to direct or act, while it languished in development hell. The project was revitalized in 2019, with announcements that Hancock would direct, with Malek, Leto and Washington to portray the main characters. Principal photography began in Los Angeles on September 2, 2019, and wrapped in December 2019.
The Little Things was released in the United States on January 29, 2021 by Warner Bros. Pictures, both theatrically and, for one month, simultaneously on the HBO Max streaming service. The film received mixed reviews from critics, with praise for the cast, but criticism towards the screenplay. For his performance, Leto received Best Supporting Actor nominations at the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards.
One night in 1990, a girl drives on a highway, stalked by a motorist. After stopping at an abandoned gas station, she catches the attention of a passing truck driver and escapes her pursuer.
Some time later in Bakersfield, Kern County deputy sheriff Joe Deke Deacon is sent to the Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department to collect evidence pertaining to a recent murder. Deacon, a former L.A. Sheriff s detective, accompanies recently appointed lead detective Jimmy Baxter to the scene of a new murder in L.A. Deacon notices similarities between the M.O. of the killing and the M.O. of an old serial murder case he was unable to solve.
That night, a woman named Ronda Rathbun is followed by a car while jogging and is reported missing the following morning. Baxter learns from the precinct s captain Farris that Deacon got divorced and suffered a heart attack due to his obsession with the unsolved case. Baxter is advised not to involve Deacon any further, but Deacon takes vacation leave to assist in solving Baxter s case.
The next night, the police discover the body of another victim washed up beneath a bridge. Baxter learns the M.O. is consistent with that of the earlier murder and others: the victims were all sex workers who were stabbed to death. Deacon begins investigating Albert Sparma, a suspect working at a repair store in proximity to the murders. Deacon tails Sparma but is thwarted, so he takes Sparma in for questioning. While under interrogation, Sparma taunts the detectives and is released after provoking Deacon into an angry outburst. The young woman pursued in the desert is interviewed, but sees Sparma in handcuffs at the police station which effectively compromises her eligibility as an objective witness for identifying him as a suspect.
The FBI will take charge of the investigation within the week, giving Deacon and Baxter less time to resolve it. Farris informs Baxter that eight years prior, Sparma confessed to a murder which he couldn t possibly have committed and is thus an unlikely suspect. Sparma s fingerprint is similar to the killer s but not a definitive match. Baxter and Deacon go to Sparma s apartment and conduct an illegal search, but find nothing incriminating. As Deacon searches the apartment, his portable police scanner goes off and he narrowly escapes from Sparma s home after Sparma calls in an officer down report at that address. Police arrive and Deacon escapes while Baxter sees Sparma watching the ordeal.
While surveilling Sparma, Baxter corners the suspect alone and demands to know Rathbun s location. Sparma offers to drive him to where he supposedly hid Rathbun s body. Baxter cautiously agrees while Deacon secretly follows. Sparma takes Baxter to a remote area in the desert and has him dig several holes before telling Baxter that he never killed anyone. Skeptical, Baxter continues digging. Sparma begins to taunt him until Baxter snaps and strikes him in the face with the shovel, killing him. As Deacon arrives, a flashback reveals that he accidentally shot the one survivor of his last murder case and that Farris and Dunigan, the coroner, helped cover it up. Deacon instructs Baxter to bury Sparma in the desert. Deacon spends the night collecting everything in Sparma s apartment and disposing of his vehicle. Then he returns to the desert the following morning to find that Baxter has not buried Sparma but is instead still searching for the victim, desperate to believe Sparma is the killer. Deacon (whose waking dreams are haunted by the earlier victims) advises Baxter to forget about the case, or it will haunt him for life.
Later, at his home, Baxter receives an envelope sent by Deacon, containing a red barrette like the one Ronda Rathbun was wearing when she was abducted. Back in Kern County, Deacon burns everything he collected in the apartment, along with a brand new pack of barrettes that is missing the red one. The film ends as he walks away.
- Denzel Washington as Joe Deke Deacon of the KCSO
- Rami Malek as Jim Baxter of the LASD
- Jared Leto as Albert Sparma
- Chris Bauer as Detective Sal Rizoli
- Michael Hyatt as Flo Dunigan
- Terry Kinney as LASD Captain Carl Farris
- Natalie Morales as Detective Jamie Estrada
- Isabel Arraiza as Ana Baxter
- Joris Jarsky as Detective Sergeant Rogers
- Glenn Morshower as KCSO Captain Henry Davis
In addition, the current victims are portrayed by Sofia Vassilieva as the narrowly escaping Tina Salvatore, and Maya Kazan as Rhonda Rathbun, while the earlier victims – seen in photos and haunting the waking dreams of Deacon – are Anna McKitrick as Mary Roberts (whom Deacon had accidentally shot), Sheila Houlahan as Paige Callahan, and Ebony N. Mayo as Tamara Ewing.
The first draft was written by Hancock in 1993 for Steven Spielberg to direct, but Spielberg passed because he felt the story was too dark. Clint Eastwood, Warren Beatty, and Danny DeVito were all separately attached to direct before Hancock decided to helm his own screenplay. Hancock said actor Brandon Lee, who died that year, wanted a role in the film after reading the script.
In March 2019, Denzel Washington signed on to star in the film. In May, Rami Malek joined the cast. In August, Jared Leto entered into talks for the role of the suspected serial killer, Albert Sparma. Natalie Morales, Joris Jarsky, Sheila Houlahan and Sofia Vassilieva were cast in September, with Michael Hyatt, Kerry O Malley, Jason James Richter, Isabel Arraiza and John Harlan Kim joining the cast of the film in October. In November, Chris Bauer was also added.
Principal photography began on September 2, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. Filming wrapped in December 2019. The film s score was composed by Thomas Newman.
The film was theatrically released in the United States on January 29, 2021 by Warner Bros. Pictures. It also had a simultaneous release on the HBO Max streaming service for 31 days, as part of Warner Bros. plan for all of its 2021 films. It was the most-watched item on the platform in its debut weekend, with Samba TV reporting that 1.4 million households streamed the film over its opening weekend. By the end of its first month, the film had been watched in over 3 million U.S. households.
The film was released on Premium VOD on March 19, 2021. It was released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on digital on April 20, 2021. The film received a Blu-ray and DVD release on May 4, 2021, in the United States. The film was re-added to HBO Max on June 17, 2021.
The Little Things grossed $15.3 million in the United States and Canada, and $15.7 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $31 million.
The film was released on the same day as the limited release of Nomadland and was projected to gross around $2.5 million in its opening weekend. It ended up debuting to $4.8 million from 2,171 theaters, topping the box office; 55% of the audience was male, while 80% were over the age of 25. Internationally, the film grossed $2.8 million from 18 markets for a worldwide start of $7.6 million. The film remained atop the box office both domestically and abroad in its second weekend, with $2.1 million and $1.4 million, respectively. The film made $2.4 million over its third weekend, the four-day President s Day slate, and was dethroned by holdover The Croods: A New Age, then made $1.2 million in its fourth weekend.
On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, 44% of 264 critics gave the film a positive review, with an average rating of 5.4/10. The website s critics consensus reads, An exceptionally well-cast throwback thriller, The Little Things will feel deeply familiar to genre fans — for better and for worse. On Metacritic, it holds a weighted average score of 54 out of 100 based on 48 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B− on an A+ to F scale, and PostTrak reported 67% of filmgoers gave the film a positive score, with 40% saying they would definitely recommend it.
David Ehrlich of IndieWire gave the film a grade of B and compared it to Seven, writing, The Little Things is pulpy and ridiculous and requires some major suspension of disbelief, but — if you didn t know any better — you might even say it s beautiful. David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter wrote, If the director s generally taut original screenplay settles on an ending too cryptic to be fully satisfying, the performances of Denzel Washington and Rami Malek as cops from the old school and the new who end up having more in common than they anticipated supply enough glue to hold everything together. Add in Jared Leto as the taunting weirdo who becomes their prime suspect in a series of brutal murders, and you have a suspenseful crime thriller with a dark allure.
Writing for The Globe and Mail, Barry Hertz gave the film 2.5 out of 4 stars, explaining, Hancock keeps the action moving briskly and with little tonal confusion, highlighting just what a polished studio-favoured professional can do when given gobs of money and zero intellectual-property obligations. And his trio of leading men are all given ample space to play to their strengths. Benjamin Lee of The Guardian gave the film 2 out of 5 stars, specifying, at a time when even small-screen procedurals have perma-frowned detectives who spend more time haunted by their past than actually solving crimes in the present, it all feels a little too familiar and a little too minor. Writing for RogerEbert.com, Brian Tallerico gave the film 2 out of 4 stars, and said, It feels like Hancock is trying to tell a very True Detective story—one about how a case can pull the people investigating it apart from the inside in a way that breaks them forever—but he can t figure out how to shape that into an intriguing mystery simultaneously.
Nick Schager of The Daily Beast wrote, The ghost of Seven lives on with The Little Things, as does Denzel Washington s search for the type of great serial killer thriller he missed out on when he turned down the lead role in David Fincher s 1995 genre classic. John Lee Hancock s film is deeply indebted in both style and plot particulars to that predecessor, although unfortunately for it—and its headliner—its modest suspense is largely offset by the fact that there s nothing substantial or especially original lurking beneath its eerie exterior. Some critics have speculated on Sparma s guilt and hinted at a sequel.
|Award||Date of ceremony||Category||Recipient(s)||Result||Ref.|
|Golden Globe Awards||February 28, 2021||Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture||Jared Leto||Nominated|
|Screen Actors Guild Awards||April 4, 2021||Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role||Nominated|
|Plot||A cohabiting couple in their 20s navigate the ups and downs of work, modern-day relationships and finding themselves in contemporary Bengaluru.|
|Awards||Awards, 5 wins & 8 nominations|
|Stars||Dhruv Sehgal, Mithila Palkar, Navni Parihar|
|Series Produced by||Anirudh Pandita,Aditi Shrivastava,Ashwin Suresh,Dhruv Sehgal,Lohita Phooken,Akshata Samant,Sidhanta Mathur,Abhishek Kumar,Sangeetha Rao,Vidyuth Bhandary,Abhinandan Sridhar,Lalit Raj Arora,Juhi Singh,Natasha Malpani Oswal,Sahil Singh,Lalit Raj Arora|
|Series Music by||Neel Adhikari,Sameer Rahat|
|Series Cinematography by||Aniruddha Patankar,Raju Biswas|
|Series Film Editing by||Saumya Sharma,Samarth Dixit,Shruti Bora,Parikshhit Jha|
|Series Casting By||Shivam Gupta,Yash Nagarkoti,Shruti Dutt,Ajay Rawat,Veer Rajwant Singh|
|Series Production Design by||Nimish Kotwal,Riyaz Shaikh,Sidhant Gandhi|
|Series Art Direction by||Anaya Joshi,Natasha Ravindran,Viraj Ghelani|
|Series Costume Design by||Anindita Singhvi|
|Series Makeup Department||Shenoya Fernandes,Jayanti Kapoor,Sneha Joramie Rathi|
|Series Production Management||Mithun D Souza,Kadambari Kardam,Rahul Salvi,Naseem Shah,Tony Arora,Kuldeep Mehta,Shashank Shukla,Bhupender Singh,Amit Bangia|
|Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Trupti Doifode,Varun Kumar,Kumar Sanju,Seema Dahiya,Nipun Malhotra,Roshan Tiwari,Gouri Dutt,Vallabh Khatri,Rajarshi Sarkar,Krishan Pratap Singh,Amrith Nambiar,Abhinav,Prashant Peter,Rushabh Sheth,Rohina Singh|
|Series Art Department||Shraddha Herekar,Natasha Ravindran,Shaikh Altafuddin,Kamil Fernandes,Viraj Ghelani,Pankaj Yadav|
|Series Sound Department||Gautam Nair,Sandro Sadhukhan,Pranit Purao,Dewashish Mandal,Mohammad Iqbal Paratwada,Jithin Jose,Vineeth Raveendran,Justin E. Thomas,Seby Varghese,Prathibha Krishnamoorthy,Gautam Nair,Khanin Roy,Robin Kunjukutty,Gaurav Verma,Abhijit Chetia,Shashank Kothari,Kushal Sarda,George Shijomon,Tony Babu,Sudeepta Sadhukhan,Saumit Deshmukh,Dattaprasad Desai,Nilesh Jatwa,Niranjan Rasne,Shantanu Yennemadi,Rajeshwar Gupta,Sujeet Tiwari,Pankaj Yadav,Alok Kotiyan|
|Series Visual Effects by||Anil Prajapati,Madan Choudhary,Ajay Gaikwad,Sameer Pandit,Prerna Raghav,K.V. Sanjit,Amarjeet Singh,Ravi Kori,Prajwal Mankame,Kamlesh Pandit,Anil Vimal Prajapati,Krutesh Meher,Srinivasan Gopal,Gaurav Ghatge,Akul Ratra,Vijay Shinde|
|Series Camera and Electrical Department||Johny Francis,Rahul Kumar Patel,Ravish Jaiswal,Kulsum Syeda,Pratik Parmar,Sunny Varsangia,Accord Equips,Motilal,Tuhin Mukherjee,Munna,Narayan,Om Novelty|
|Series Animation Department||Sidhant Gandhi,Abhinav Krishna|
|Series Casting Department||Sanjeet Kumar,Veer Rajwant Singh,Ravindra Suri|
|Series Costume and Wardrobe Department||Mayola Almeida,Mahendra r Prasad|
|Series Editorial Department||Sourav Yadav,Pratik Hamand,Nishant Dhar,Nikhil Parihar,Ashish Heblekar,Rahul Verma,Shreys Divvaakar,Prakash Saluja,Maulik Sharma|
|Series Location Management||Rahul Salvi,Amit Bangia|
|Series Music Department||Sanjay Das,Soutrik Chakraborty,Elliott Liu,Sameer Rahat|
|Series Script and Continuity Department||Nipun Malhotra,Singh Tanya Paul|
|Series Additional Crew||Prabhakar Maurya,Telecartel,Anil,Vinod Arole,Hemant,Om Prakash,Rahman,Rahul,Yogesh|
|Companies||Dice Media, Pocket Aces Pictures|
|Keywords||relationship drama,love,steamy romance,boyfriend girlfriend relationship,web series|
|Plot||Kern County Deputy Sheriff Joe Deacon is sent to Los Angeles for what should have been a quick evidence-gathering assignment. Instead, he becomes embroiled in the search for a serial killer who is terrorizing the city.|
|Awards||Awards, 1 win & 2 nominations|
|Directors||John Lee Hancock|
|Writers||John Lee Hancock|
|Stars||Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, Jared Leto|
|Produced by||Mike Drake,John Lee Hancock,Mark Johnson,Kevin McCormick,Donald Sparks|
|Music by||Thomas Newman|
|Cinematography by||John Schwartzman|
|Film Editing by||Robert Frazen|
|Casting By||Denise Chamian|
|Production Design by||Michael Corenblith|
|Art Direction by||Samantha Avila,Lauren E. Polizzi|
|Set Decoration by||Susan Benjamin|
|Costume Design by||Daniel Orlandi|
|Makeup Department||Larry M. Cherry,Carl Fullerton,Ruth Haney,Love Larson,Helen Marray-Finlay,Ashlyn McIntyre,Donald Mowat,Mark Nieman,Oskar Wallroth,Michael Ward,Michael White,K. Troy Zestos|
|Production Management||Erica Frauman,Afnahn Khan,Mark Scoon,Leigh Shanta|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Stephanie Tull Coscina,Olivia Hernandez,Jason Inman,Jared Scott Mercier,Alejandro Mora,Donald Sparks|
|Art Department||Brian Benavides,Michael Budge,Katelyn Budke,Lorrie Campbell,Martin Charles,Xavier Corby,Terry Corliss,Louie Esparza,M. Marcos Gonzalez,Christopher Hansen,Ephraim Harris,Nancy Goodman Iland,Jake Kuchenbecker,Geoffrey Mandel,Chris Maxson,Merdyce McClaran,Jenn McLaren,Don Miloyevich,Helena Oda,Bernardo Osorio,Chris Prange,Stuart Rankine,Lamont Snipes,Rafael Somarriba,Marc Vena,Emma Verdugo|
|Sound Department||Christopher Alba,Yann Delpuech,David E. Fluhr,Laird Fryer,Jonathan Fuh,Dan Gamache,José Antonio García,Jonathan Gomez,Jon Johnson,Darren King,Gregory King,Darrin Mann,Ryan McCabe,Alyson Dee Moore,Christopher Moriana,Tony Pilkington,Unsun Song,Jessie Anne Spence,Sheraton Toyota,Dave Wilson|
|Special Effects by||Leslie Coogan,Mark Hawker,David Jackson,Joe Love,Eric Rylander|
|Visual Effects by||Nicholas Daniels,Daniel Dupre,Jason Evanko,Brian Jochum,Andrew Kalicki,Young Min Kim,Tim LeDoux,Kyle Merola,Gabriel Sanchez,Jason Sanford,Cathy Shaw,Zach Hamelton|
|Stunts||LaFaye Baker,Gregory Battle,Janelle Beaudry,Hannah Betts,Dustin Courtney,Julius Denem,Chris Denison,Tom Elliott,Travis Fienhage,Dennis Fitzgerald,Greg Fitzpatrick,Tony Hunt,Adam Jeffrey,Linda Jewell,Bill Leaman,Sabrina LeBrun,Colby Lemmo,Jalil Jay Lynch,Mehdi Merali,Ales Ordelt,Allan Padelford,Manny Perry,Robert Powell,Tim Rigby,Ross Scharphorn,Tim Trella,Eddie L. Watkins,Carl Ciarfalio|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Michael D. Anderson,Steven Blizzard,Kai Borson-Paine,Zynnia Cabrera,Gabe Camacho,Tony Carmean,Andrae Crawford,Alex Cruz,James Spud Danicic,Gabriel De La Parra,Ernest Dickerson Jr.,Doug Ednie,Clayton Fowler,Ian Fox,Steve Freebairn,James Ginn,Marcus Glasgow,Dan Godar,Michael D. Gonzalez,Nicola Goode,Ocean Harris,Devin Hayes,Todd Heater,Michael Herron,Zach Hilton,Steve Irwin,Milan Janicin,Jordan C. Kadovitz,Joseph Krattiger,Greg Ladwig,Thomas D. Lairson Jr.,Edwin E. Lool,Robert Mallin,Jody Miller,Matthew Morrissey,Naoe,Dave Neale,David H. Neale,Adam Nevarez,Michael E. Pacheco,Kyle Padelford,Albert Penuelas,Kory Quiroz,Brad Rea,Edwin Rios,Todd Schlopy,Christopher J. Schuster,Paul Toomey,Chris Wagganer,Michael Wahl,Rio Noel Zumwalt|
|Casting Department||Beth Day,Erica Ellingson,Liz Ludwitzke,Gracie Raymond,Georgia Simon|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Myron Baker,Artemio Carpio,Richard Gartrell,Edward T. Hanley,Anders Jansson,Marylou Lim,Nancy Malone,Frank Perry Rose,Caroline Skubik,Jack Taggart|
|Editorial Department||Augusta Antell,Keyhan Bayegan,Leeza Diott,Chris Jackson,Matthew W. Johnson,Christopher McDonald,Erik Rogers,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Gaby Zamora,Andrew K. Ross|
|Location Management||Martin Allen,Matthew Cassel,Michael S. Dunitz,Cary Heckman,Alexandra Iskindir,Flint Maloney,Christopher McLain,Clara Moreno,Jill Naumann,Pierce Nudd,Javier Robles,Sherry Roldan,Camille Thomas,Andrew L. Ullman|
|Music Department||Rick Cox,George Doering,Art Ford,Moises Ignacio Garcia,Jeff Gartenbaum,Clifton Harrison,Carl Johnson,Roger Linley,Larry Mah,Steve Mair,Shinnosuke Miyazawa,Everton Nelson,Angelo Raguso,Christian Reindl,Tim Rodier,Jason Schmid,Steve Tavaglione,Allen Walley|
|Script and Continuity Department||Dawn Gilliam|
|Transportation Department||Casey Boden,L. Chip Crosby Jr.,Larry Fee,Reg Frey,Curtis Norman Fuqua,Billy Ray Haas,Robin Hayford,Lauren Levine,Dennis McCarthy|
|Additional Crew||Halley Albert,Wendy Altman-Cohen,Alex Antov,Natasha Babchak,Eric Behnke,Lori Berlanga,Akeallah Blair,Lisa A. Blair,Jacob Brades,Rachel V. Byrd,Cecilia Cardwell,Kit Conners,DeMarco Davis,Jessica DeLuca,Garrett Easterly,Austin Everett-Lewis,Griffin Fils,Jeremy Fischer,Heather Fortin,Andres Garcia,Richard Gartrell,Charlotte Gleason,Sarah Gray,William Hayes,Bill Haynes,Carlos Healy,Elyse Nicole Jackson,Dominique Jaramillo,Brad Jenkins,Little Jon,Austin Lewis,Danielle Lima,Ariana Lipsman,Eddie Locks,Ralph Lucchese,Erin Lum,Tim Marcia,Gail Marks,Amilia Matthews,Sarah Mendenhall,Andrés Moret Urdampilleta,Alan Munro,Dan Nguyen,Eric Noyd,Casey Oliver,Emmanuel Pappas,Rita Pearson,Mitzi Roberts,Rick Roesch,Alexandra Rubisz,Dan Sasaki,Rex Schwartz,Cid Swank,Richon Tate,Martin Thuernau,Samuel Vargas,Patrick Zapata|
|Genres||Crime, Drama, Mystery|
|Companies||Gran Via, Warner Bros.|
|Languages||English, Spanish, Arabic|
|Keywords||serial killer,los angeles california,murder,murder of a prostitute,murder investigation|