Top 8 Web Series To Watch On TVF App

TVF or The Viral Fever was one of the earliest entertainment channels on YouTube, founded in 2010. According to the founder, who is an IIT alumni, the concept behind creating the channel was to make content for the younger generation which is relatable to them since most content on Indian television is aimed towards older people and housewives and it seems that the channel has been able to stay true to its name as its contents do always get viral!

The first web series by TVF was “Permanent Roommates” which was released in 2014. Since then, they have shown no signs of stopping and continued to deliver massive hits in the world of digital entertainment. Infact, they were one of the first channels to bring the idea of “Web Series” into the Indian entertainment industry. 

The reason why they have got such immense success is because of their unique content and talented casting. The stories and themes offer a retreat to the younger generation who aren’t very fond of television. The content is very realistic and relatable with a perfect mix of comedy, often in the form of sarcasm and there is no exaggeration of any events or emotions, unlike in other forms of entertainment like TV or movies. 

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With about 7.5 million subscribers, TVF is undoubtedly, one of the most popular YouTube channels in India. So, it’s time to grab a bag of popcorn and take a look at some of the best TVF series that you can watch for free on those boring Friday nights!

1.Ye Hai Meri Family

Ye Hai Meri Family

This perfect family show is one of the most beloved of every 90’s kid. The plot is set in Jaipur of 1998. It is summer and the youngest child, Harshu is throwing tantrums out of boredom of summer vacation, since his brother has exams and can’t play with him. He keeps complaining about not being able to have fun. The story is filled with simple family comedy and all the elements of the 90’s are depicted appropriately which brings out the nostalgic side of all of us.

IMDb Rating: 9.1/10

2. Kota Factory

Kota Factory

As the name suggests, the plot is based in Kota, one of the most famous destinations for IIT aspirants. The story portrays the life of a 16 year old kid who moves to Kota to prepare for his entrance examination. The show reveals some important issues about the coaching industry in Kota which pressurises students and turns them into learning machines. The students study for excessively long hours but still aren’t able to become smart. 

Instead, they are becoming increasingly depressed due to lack of a normal life. In fact, as a symbolism for the colourless life of Kota students, the whole series is presented in black and white. The show is able to bring attention to many issues with subtle sarcasm and the many lively, fun and inspiring moments, including the themes of friendship and the role of a Jitu Bhaiya makes it great for binge watch!

IMDb Rating: 9.0/10

3. Pitchers


TVF pictures is a story about chasing your dreams. A group of friends quit their jobs to start their own company. Now, this thought probably had lingered in the mind of every working Millennial but only a few dare to make this dream come true. This show explores the struggles of such an ambition in a realistic way without glorifying an instant success. Apart from its storyline, it has pretty entertaining performances by the talented actors and dialogues which makes it a must watch for every youngster! 

IMDb Rating: 9.1/10

4. Bachelors


Four bachelors, Jizzy, Shivankit, Badri and Jeetu and some goofy Millennial drama forms the centre of focus of this comedy series from TVF. It shows the hassles in everyday life of bachelors. Each episode presents a unique problem, sometimes a ghost and sometimes a cranky landlord. Now, the challenge for the team of single boys is to find a way around these problems. There’s a lot of humourous moments and the scenes include witty parodies of several famous Bollywood movies. It is a perfect light hearted comedy show to give a try!

IMDb Rating: 8.2/10

5. Homoursly Yours

Homoursly Yours

This show narrates the story of the stand up comedian Vipul Goyal. He went through a lot of troubles and adventures that preceded his stand up comic career. The narration and screenplay has been kept simple and funny, though it is obvious that certain parts have been given some fictional angle to enhance the appeal of the story. It has two seasons. While some parts may come off as a bit monotonous, others surely do tickle the funny bones in the audience. Overall, it is worth watching!

IMDb Rating: 8.6/10

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6. Permanent Roommates

Permanent Roommates

This is another show that depicts modern day issues related to youngsters. It narrates the life of a young couple, Tanya and Mikesh, who start living together after spending years in a long distance relationship. The show goes on to recount  all the issues that are faced by couples in conservative society and how they deal with them. It was one of the earliest web series and became an instant hit! The chemistry between the leads is adorable and the story is sweet making it a perfect show to watch during those times when you are in a romantic mood.

IMDb Rating: 8.6/10

7. Tripling


It follows the story of Chandan, Chanchal and Chitvan, who are siblings that lost touch with each other and reconnect after a long time. They find new bonding through a crazy and adventurous road trip. The series has a second season with the same cast which takes the storyline forward. This series has captured the heart of the audience through the beautiful portrayal of sibling relationships that includes both love and anger. The actors perform brilliantly and the comic timings are great, making it worth watching.

IMDb Rating: 8.5/10

8. Flames


Flames illustrates a delightful picture of the teenage years. Even though the main theme centres around the relationship of teen lovers, Rajat and Ishita, the story also explores the themes of love, friendship and how these emotions and sweet moments help a person cope with the pressures of life. The simple and sweet chemistry of the couple moved the audience and it reminds us of how sweet and innocent our first love was. 

It also shows other relatable factors like Rajat being unable to have a conversation openly with his parents which depicts a common issue in the middle class household where a communication gap between parents and teenagers is very common. So, this is another great series for the Millennials and Gen Z.

IMDb Rating: 9.1/10

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Written by Debasmita Bhattacharya

Debasmita is a content writer and copywriter with a passion for science. She began her writing journey in May 2019 while pursuing her bachelor's. She went on to complete her master's and worked as a Research Intern at ICMR-National Institute Of Nutrition where she worked on malnutrition and autoimmunity-related diseases. She has a knack for health, wellness, and beauty and believes there is immense unexplored potential in Indian nutrition and traditional medicine. She writes extensively researched articles about ayurveda, organic beauty, and more citing relevant resources in medicine for YHI.

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