Index of Typewriter (Netflix) Season 1 With Episode Titles, Duration, And Release Date
In this post, we are going to talk about Typewriter episode schedule along with their titles and release dates. We all know that Typewriter is the latest web series produced by Netflix. It is based in India, and Netflix has targeted the Indian audience with it. It is supposed to be a horror show, which is filmed in Goa. The storyline will follow three young friends trying to find an old mansion for spirits. However, their plan will backfire when a family will move in and see the home’s worst avatar. Now, let’s discuss episode details of the show.
Index of Typewriter Season 1: With Duration And Titles
Typewriter Season 1 Episode 1: ‘Chapter 1: Four Kids and a Dog’ – 51 Minutes – 19 July 2019
Typewriter Season 1 Episode 2: ‘Chapter 2: Operation School Bell’ – 54 Minutes – 19 July 2019
Typewriter Season 1 Episode 3: ‘Chapter 3: The Ghost of Sultanpore’ – 43 Minutes – 19 July 2019
Typewriter Season 1 Episode 4: ‘Chapter 4: The Rise of the Fakeer’ – 48 Minutes – 19 July 2019
Typewriter Season 1 Episode 5: ‘Chapter 5: The Night of the Blood Moon’ – 52 Minutes – 19 July 2019
The show is streaming on Netflix, with all the five mentioned episodes. Make sure you check our index and do not miss any episode. The show released a few hours ago, and people are just stunned by the show. It has everything that a horror show needs, and the story is unique which people have not seen before. Therefore, it is getting even more attention. There are a lot of illegal sites providing the show, but we would strongly suggest you watch it on Netflix only and avoid such unofficial sources.
Updated on 31 July 2019:
The show has become a worldwide hit, and it is a big achievement for an Indian show. It is not yet known whether there is more to the story, but the five-episode first season is already being compared to Netflix’s one of the biggest hits Stranger Things, which is a huge compliment to the show. It is based in Goa and is a horror show which can haunt you in your nightmares. There are people who have not managed to watch even half of it, and it is scarier than Stranger Things as many describe it.
However, if you are wondering what is in the future, well, there is nothing confirmed as of now. Nor Netflix, neither director Sujoy Ghosh has revealed anything about it. But looking at the success, it does not look like there could be a cancellation!