Prime Video on Monday announced that the streaming service will be compatible with its hit international series Modern love In three Indian languages - Hindi, Tamil And Telugu. The new shows will be released in 2022 in more than 240 countries and regions under the names Modern Love: Mumbai, Modern Love: Chennai and Modern Love: Hyderabad. According to the announcement teaser shared by Prime Video on Instagram, the “3 new series” will be set in “3 cities”, in which the producers will explore “1 emotion”. The series will feature adaptations of the heartwarming stories of modern romance from a column in the New York Times. Each episode is designed to take the audience on a journey of finding love through stories of multiple human emotions, from love and romance to self-love, family love, love for friends, and love born of kindness.
“Love is a universal language that everyone understands,” said James Farrell, head of local originals at Amazon Studios. “Modern romance is a hallmark of romance in its various forms. We have seen audiences around the world relate to stories from our US show, and we feel that India’s diverse culture lends itself biologically to this series. We are committed to Indian adaptations.
True Modern Love is an American romantic comedy anthology streaming television series created by John Carney.
The first season of the show, which premiered on Prime Video on October 18, 2019, also includes Ann Hathaway, Tina Fey, Dev Patel, John Slater, Brandon Victor Dixon, Catherine Keener, Julia Garner and Andy Garcia.
The second season also starred Gbega Akinnagbe, Lucy Boynton, Minnie Driver, Kit Harington, Garrett Hedlund, Anna Paquin, Jack Reynor and Miranda Richardson. It premiered on August 13, 2021. Aparna Purohit, Head, India Originals, Amazon Prime, said: Video. “The series, which is produced in multiple languages, will explore the myriad shades of romance. Although these heartwarming stories are based on the famous New York Times column, they are Indian at heart with the metropolitan cities of Mumbai and Chennai. .
Daniel Jones, editor of Modern Love in The New York Times, said it was an honor to receive these love stories for the Indian editions of the show.
“We are excited about the worldwide acclaim for modern love. These Indian adaptations are, in our own way, a short love letter to India, as well as a testament to the universal appeal of love as a passion,” he added.