Everything Coming To Your Streaming Services This July



Who watches cable anymore? From Netflix to Hulu to Amazon Prime Video, see what you can watch all month long right at home!

 Hulu

1. I Am Jazz, Season 1 (2015)
Pride month might be over, but for Jazz Jennings, it's all year round. Watch transgender teen Jazz Jennings navigate teen life with her close-knit family. This inspiring story has become a hit on the TLC network. Binge watch season one and feel inspired this summer. 

2. Finding Neverland (2004)
This movie turned musical tells the inspiring story of JM Barrie, who went on to write Peter Pan. Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet star in this beautiful period piece, which sends the message that you never really have to grow up.

3. The Other Woman (2014)
When a housewife and serious lawyer learn they're being two-timed by the same man, they team up to get revenge. The plan gains fire when they realize there is a third woman in the mix. With a hilarious cast, this rom-com is perfect for a night in with the girls.

4. Veronica Mars, Season 4 (2019)
Fans, rejoice! Kristen Bell is back as the titular character Veronica Mars. This show's untimely cancellation back in 2007 caused an uproar. A Kickstarter campaign produced a Veronica Mars movie that spun into a revival of this cult TV show. New fans and old can tune in to watch Mars' spunky sass return as she solves mysteries all around her fictional town of Neptune, California.

 

Netflix

1. Stranger Things Season 3 (2019)
Don't go into the upside down when you tune in for the highly anticipated release of Stranger Things. This Independence Day, join Eleven, Mike, and the gang as they celebrate summer in Hawkins, Indiana like never before. With a brand new mall in town and the crew growing up faster than audiences would like to admit, this is the summer in Hawkins that will change everything.
Drops: July 4

2. Queer Eye Season 4
The "Fab Five" is back to change lives from the better. If you've never watched this reboot of Queer Eye, you're in luck - all of the seasons are available to binge watch now. Join Antoni, Karamo, Jonathan, Bobby, and Tan as they work their talents once more on Americans in Kansas City, Missouri. It's inspiring, it's hilarious, it's fabulous as only Queer Eye can be.
Drops: July 19th

3. Orange Is The New Black Season 7
The ladies of Litchfield are back for their seventh and final season of Orange Is The New Black. At the end of last season, we saw some heartbreaking stuff that made a statement about racial issues in America. This season, we will see our favorite characters tie up loose ends. 
Drops: July 26th

4. Lady In The Water
M. Night Shyamalan does it again with this thriller that will make you think. With mythical creatures, fun suspense, and even a children's book based on the story, this is the movie to watch if you're looking for something a little..different.
Drops: July 1st

5. The Hangover (2009)
Grab your friends and relax with this hit movie that solidified late 00's pop culture. When a bachelor party has a wild night, they wake up to find they lost their groom. Shenanigans ensue in this adult comedy that features Bradley Cooper, Zach Galafinakis, and Ed Helms.
Drops: July 1st

6. Inglorious Basterds (2009)
For those who can stomach the blood and gore in a Tarantino film, we present this pick. Quentin makes another hit with this flick, which follows the attempts at assassinating Nazi Germany's leadership in two interwoven plots.
Drops: July 22nd

7. Mary Poppins Returns (2018)
Emily Blunt shines as the magical nanny Mary Poppins in this sequel. After a tragedy happens to Jane and Michael (the children from the original movie), Poppins comes in to save the day. This is a magical adventure for the whole family to enjoy!
Drops: July 9th

8. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory (2005)
Based on the children's book and musical movie of the same (or similar) name, this movie is Tim Burton's retelling of Charlie Bucket and his journey to Willy Wonka's candy factory. This movie features a darker side to Wonka that the original movie doesn't show - it is a Tim Burton movie, after all. Join in on the sweet fun and make it a family movie night at home.
Drops: July 1st

9. The Princess And The Frog (2009)
Tiana is a hardworking waitress who wants to open her own restaurant one day. This classic retelling of "The Frog Prince" story consists of an inspiring female character, the historic south that is Louisiana, and a happily ever after. A must-see for kids!
Drops: July 16

 

Amazon Prime

1. Alita - Battle Angel (2019)
Alita - a cyborg with a fully functioning brain- is raised with no memory of who she is. She journeys out to discover her destiny while kicking butt along the way. This is a perfect action adventure flick based on the 1990s Japanese Manga.
Drops: July 23

2. Dumb And Dumber (1994)
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels star in this flick that is the perfect bro comedy. Lloyd and Harry are best friends that live in Rhode Island. Hilarity ensues as these two dimwitted dweebs go on a cross country adventure and get wrapped up in criminal hi-jinks. 
Drops: July 31

3. Shazam! (2019)
Asher Angel stars as Billy, a boy who discovers he can transform into an adult superhero. Zachary Levi plays Shazam!, his super alter ego. How can a preteen defeat a grown man? Only if he's a grown man himself! Watch this fun flick with the whole family. 
Drops: July 16

4. The Boys (2019)
This new superhero series surrounds "The Boys" a group of vigilantes that serve to save the world from bad people. If you think the world has enough heroes, think again. This series stars Chace Crawford, Karl Urban, and Jack Quaid.
Drops: July 26

 



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