7 Best Shows Like ‘TVF Pitchers’ To Watch After Season 2

Shows Like TVF Pitchers
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TVF Pitchers is finally here with its brilliant Season 2, and we have all been waiting for it. Pitchers have been the most awaited Indian series ever and it certainly doesn’t disappoint while we all are missing Jeetu in the second season, the brilliant performances and story in the second kind of make up for it. So, if you have already binged TVF Pitchers Season 2 here are some shows you could watch next.

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Silicon Valley (HBO Max)

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Synopsis: In the high-tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success. From HBO and the offbeat mind of Mike Judge (‘Office Space,’ ‘Beavis & Butthead’) comes this comedy series that delves into the outrageous world of tech start-ups and the socially awkward underdogs trying to navigate its lucrative potential.

StartUp (Crackle)

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Synopsis: Sometimes you have to build a company from the underground up. Adam Brody (The O.C., The League), Edi Gathegi (The Blacklist, Twilight), Otmara Marrero (Graceland), Martin Freeman (The Hobbit, Sherlock), Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy) and Mira Sorvino (Mighty Aphrodite) star in a Sony Crackle Original series about a group of unlikely business partners who, after taking illegal money to fund their tech start-up, fall down the dark rabbit hole of criminal enterprise.

Super Pumped (Paramount+)

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Synopsis: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kyle Chandler and Uma Thurman star in the propulsive new Anthology Series, SUPER PUMPED: THE BATTLE FOR UBER. Based on the shocking true story, strap in for the meteoric rise and fall of Uber founder, Travis Kalanick. With a lift from venture capitalist Bill Gurley and board member Arianna Huffington, Kalanick takes a win-at-all-costs approach to forge the fledgling start-up into a multi-billion-dollar tech titan. But every surge comes at a price – and as his visionary drive spirals out of control, it threatens to be the downfall of it all.

Cubicles (Sony Liv)

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Synopsis: This world is actually run by people sitting & working in their cubicles. This is a story of Piyush Prajapati, a 22 year old, fresh out of college and recruited like most of his batchmates into an Indian IT company. From the time he gets his first salary, working weekends, work-life balance, a little bit of heart to all kinds of highs & lows, the show follows many firsts and chronicles the life of Piyush, a typical Indian first jobber & the people around him.

Kota Factory (Netflix)

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Synopsis: Kota Factory, the first black and white web series of India, revolves around Kota – its students, its people and its coaching industry. The show depicts this universe through the eyes of Vaibhav, a vulnerable teenager, and Jeetu Bhaiya, a modern-day Dronacharya. The show captures the melancholic life of Indian students who prepare for competitive exams.

Minx (HBO Max)

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Synopsis: Minx is set in 1970s Los Angeles and centers around Joyce (Ophelia Lovibond), an earnest young feminist who joins forces with a low-rent publisher (Jake Johnson) to create the first erotic magazine for women.

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Halt and Catch Fire (Prime Video Premium Subscription)

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Synopsis: At the dawn of the Information Age, Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace), a manipulative mastermind, Gordon Clark (Scoot McNairy), an embittered visionary, Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis), a volatile prodigy and Donna Clark (Kerry Bishé), a working mother, dared to dream big, forging an unlikely alliance in their quest to build a personal computer; but their union was short-lived… ripped apart by the harsh realization that in history, only the truly disruptive ideas matter. Allegiances are tested as partners get caught up in the online wave taking over the tech landscape, and attempts to heal old wounds and deal with the fallout of past conflicts expose the thin line that separates genius from self-delusion, the fragility of human connection, and everyone’s desire to do something extraordinary.