Good news: You can binge-watch the Amazon Original 'Breathe' once the last episode comes out!
Breathe, a medical psychological thriller, is the second original from Amazon Prime, the first being Inside Edge.
Unlike its first web series, Inside Edge, which was made for binge-watching, Breathe has been streamed in an episodic format. Amazon Prime Original’s Breathe was released last month and has thrilled the audience throughout all the 7 episodes which have been released so far. The last episode of Breathe will get released tomorrow and the audience is keen to know what will happen in the last episode, whether Ria will be dead? or Kabir saves her? or Josh is rescued? or Danny is arrested?
Since the series was released in an episodic format, there was a tremendous alacrity amongst the audience to know what will happen in each new episode and many of the viewers wanted to binge-watch the series. But now, there’s good news for all the viewers. Since the last episode of Breathe will get released tomorrow, the audience will get the opportunity to binge-watch the series.
The last episode of the series has in a way made the audience evaluate the possibilities pertaining to the climax of the series and has become a cliffhanger of sorts.
Breathe is a psychological thriller which traces the journey of a father’s unbelievable quest to save the life of his son. The show brings a face-off between R Madhavan and Amit Sadh. Breathe also marks the digital debut of R Madhavan and Amit Sadh.
The series has been launched globally as a trilingual series in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. Produced by Abundantia Entertainment, it was launched on January 26th, 2018, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. In an unprecedented move, Breathe was launched as a trilingual series simultaneously in 200+ countries.
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