Finally, spring is here, and this is that time of year where we look for some relaxation because the workload is continuous. Just like every month, streaming giants including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu have released the list of shows and movies that we all are tempted to watch.
But, it can get really tough to decide what to watch and whatnot because the list of options is long enough to make us scratch our heads.
Best Titles To Stream This July
All the three streaming giants are offering some really good house-produced projects this month and looking at the offerings of Netflix; we can say that they have an edge here. Other than house-produced films and shows, the streaming platforms are also providing with some great classic shows and movies.
When you have such a long list to choose from, you are bound to get confused. But, you don’t need to worry about your binge-watching options because we are here to present you with the list of best shows and movies that you can watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu this July.
So without further ado, let us take a look at them.
Strangers Things (Netflix)
The third season of the highly anticipated and one of the most successful Netflix Originals is coming this month. The show will again take a turn after strange things begin to happen again in Hawkins, Ind.
A lot of things are going on including magnetic malfunctions, rat infestations, and cryptic codes played on local stations. It will be interesting to see how Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) and her friends tackle this situation. The third season will also introduce some new characters.
The Boys (Amazon Prime Video)
After a lot of speculation and anticipation, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are again bringing a new foul-mouthed Garth Ennis comic book series.
The Boys is a clandestine squad which includes Billy Butcher, The Female, and Hugie. They are known for policing the corrupt superheroes of the world. It is expected to be a violent show, but full of sarcasm, so if you don’t have any problem with them, then you can watch it.
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Now, if you are looking for something that deals with talks of 18th-century sex, then this is the show that you must watch. The third season of one of the most successful Hulu series is coming to the platform this July.
The second season ended with main characters being sidelined, showing Margaret Wells sent to America, whereas Lydia Quigley locked up in a mental hospital. The new season will be set after a year, and it will be interesting to see how things go from there.
Orange Is The New Black (Netflix)
It’s time to bid farewell to Litchfield as the final season of Netflix Original, Orange Is The New Black is coming. Now, things are getting again out of control, and the inmates will look for people with whom they would want to spend time behind bars.
The new members will also be shown who will face issues with the system that runs the prison. It will be interesting to see how Netflix will end the critically-acclaimed series.
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Carnival Row (Amazon Prime Video)
Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne will star in this upcoming Amazon original series. The show is set in a place where magical creatures live alongside humans.
Things take a turn when a human detective and a faerie violate some things. Though it goes a step forward when a string of murders left the city baffled and its peace destroyed.
Veronica Mars (Hulu)
Finally, after a long wait, we will be getting the fourth season. The show will see Mars Investigation again under pressure to solve murders mystery. They need to figure out who is setting up bombs in the peak tourist season of Neptune.
The main character, Veronica has some suspicious people under her microscope, but only time will tell if things work out. Though this is not tension that Veronica has to deal with as her boyfriend wants to figure out the ways they can redefine their relationship.
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The Great Hack (Netflix)
One of the most awaited Netflix Original documentaries focuses on the Cambridge Analytica data and election-meddling scandal. The show has Brittany Kaiser, a former Cambridge employee, as the main character.
She is the one who revealed the evil working of the organisation. The documentary also reveals why she exposed the company despite legal actions that could’ve been taken against her.
Hellboy (Amazon Prime Video)
The 2019 movie based on Mike Mignola comics starring David Harbour, Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane will be coming to Prime Video this July.
The film revolves around Hellboy, who is caught between two different worlds. He has to fight a sorceress from the past to get revenge. The film didn’t receive positive praise from the critics but acting of David Harbour as Hellboy is worth-watching.
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Four Weddings and a Funeral (Hulu)
Mindy Kaling is coming back to television and this time; she is bringing back the classic 1994 movie’s update. The show will be set in London where some diverse group of American friends are living.
The centre of attraction or storyline is Nathalie Emmanuel’s character, Maya. No major details have been spilt around the mini-series so it will be interesting to see what is on offer.
The Hangover (Netflix)
The first movie from the classic, Hangover series is coming to Netflix this month. The movie revolves around three friends, Doug, Phil, and Stu, who decide to visit Las Vegas for the bachelor party.
They have to take Doug’s brother-in-law, Alan with them and that’s when the fun begins. The movie is a hilarious ride as it captures the moments which most of the people who take alcohol or other drugs would relate to.
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Gone Baby Gone (Amazon Prime Video)
This Ben Affleck directorial revolves around a four-year-old girl, Amanda who is missing. Her aunt then decides to hire two detectives to search the girl.
But, the process is filled with problems, and they have to encounter a lot of bad guys during it. The best and worst intentions of a human can be explored in the movie. It’s definitely a chilling ride.
Apollo 11 (Hulu)
The historic documentary will focus on the famous mission astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins went on the biggest trip of their lives on the moon.
The documentary will have some never-before-seen footages, audio recordings, and pictures that will leave you amazed for sure.
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Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns (Netflix)
Mary Poppins return was highly anticipated by the fans, and when Disney released it, the reviews were mixed but most of them positive. It captures the vibe of the old one and Emily Blunt does a fantastic job in the acting department.
Mary Poppins again comes to the rescue of Banks siblings and Michael’s children. The movie was nominated for two Oscars.
Dumb and Dumber (Amazon Prime Video)
Ahh, this will never get old and forever remain one of the best comedy movies of all time. Jim Carrey as Lloyd Christmas and Jeff Daniels as Harry Dunne capture the essence which is impossible to find in the movies currently.
The movie revolves around the two best friends, who somehow stumble on a briefcase that is associated with a mob (about which they are unknown), and then go on a mission to return it.
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Woman at War (Hulu)
This 2018 movie was shown at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival and it was highly appreciated. The film revolves around a woman named Hala, who wants to disrupt the operations of an aluminum plant in Iceland.
Though things get tricky for her and her fight against the plant when an old application to adopt a child from Ukraine gets approved. The tension of both things remains high throughout the film. Don’t consider it a very serious film because it packs the perfect punch of comedy.
So here are some of the best titles which will be streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu. Which ones you are planning to watch this month?