If you’re looking for something new to binge in July, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll fill you in on the hottest shows, movies, and other events coming to the biggest streaming services this month.
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What’s Coming to Netflix in July?
Tom Segura: Sledgehammer – July 4th
The popular comedian’s latest stand-up special hits Netflix just a few days into July.
The Lincoln Lawyer – July 6th
Season 2 (Part 1) of this Netflix original series, which is based on the same novels as the 2011 film starring Matthew McConaughey, drops on July 6th.
Too Hot to Handle – July 14th
This reality dating show has been popular enough to get a fifth season, which you can catch on Netflix in mid July.
The Witcher – July 27th
The show is in its third season – and it’s the last with star Henry Cavill on board. Volume 2 kicks off at the end of July.
What’s Coming to HBO Max in July?
Full Circle – July 13th
This mini-series is only 6 episodes, but with a strong cast and Steven Soderbergh producing, you won’t want to miss it.
Harley Quinn – July 27th
If you’re in the mood for some animated superhero – or villain – goodness, you can catch season 4 of Harley Quinn at the end of this month.
How to With John Wilson – July 28th
On July 28th, this show’s third and final season makes it debut. Make sure to check it out.
What’s Coming to Amazon Prime in July?
The Summer I Turned Pretty – July 14th
On July 14th, this Amazon original romantic drama starts to really pick up with the debut of its second season.
Good Omens – July 28th
The latest season of this supernatural comedy, starring Michael Sheen, David Tennant, and Jon Hamm, will be available to stream through Prime on July 28th.
What’s Coming to Disney+ in July?
SharkFest – July 2nd
To learn all about everyone’s favorite aquatic predator – or just to freak yourself out – make sure to tune it to Disney Plus on July 2nd for the start of SharkFest.
Secret Invasion – July 5th
The next episode of the latest Marvel series, starring Samuel L. Jackson, airs on July 5th. There will be another episode each week, on the 12th, 19th, and 26th.
Grown-Ish – July 19th
Ready for season 5? You’ll get your wish in mid July, when it becomes available for streaming.
What’s Coming to Hulu in July?
What We Do in the Shadows – July 14th
There aren’t many comedies about vampires, but there’s good news: season 5 of What We Do in the Shadows drops on July 14th.
Justified: City Primeval – July 19th
The first episode premieres on FX on July 18th, but it’ll be available on Hulu the next day.
Futurama – July 24th
It’s been 10 years since the last season of Futurama, but fans are in for a treat when the show reboots for a new season on Hulu this month.
Other Highly Anticipated Shows, Movies, and Events Streaming in July
The Afterparty – July 12th
One part comedy, one part who-dun-it mystery, continue the hunt for the killer in season 2 of The Afterparty on Apple TV.
Tour de France – July 1st
You can stream this world-famous cycling race, which lasts from July 1st to the 23rd, through the Peacock app.
Wimbledon – July 3rd
The streaming options for one of the year’s biggest tennis tournaments will depend on your country. You can watch through ESPN in the US and BBC iPlayer for the UK, as Novak Djokavic tries to make history (again).
MLB All Star Game – July 11th
You can stream this year’s Major League Baseball All Star game, which features some of the best players from around the world, on FOX, FOX Sports, or FOX NOW.
Summer X Games – July 16th
If you’re a sports fan of the “extreme” variety, you won’t want to miss this year’s Summer X Games. They’ll be streamed on several channels, depending on the day and event, including ESPN+ and ABC.
ESSENCE Festival of Culture – June 30th to July 2nd
You can stream the hip-hop festival live through Hulu for a few days, starting on June 30th.
What Are You Waiting for This July?
From romance to comedy to crime, there are lots of new series hitting streaming services in July. And then there’s the sports, including some of the biggest tennis and cycling events of the year.
What are you looking forward to the most? Make sure to let us know if there’s something we missed!