With Netflix dropping the long-awaited third season of the Witcher today, it won't be long before we go looking for our next fix.
This is why we have prepared a list of the most exciting releases that various streaming services have to planned for July.
Netflix will be dropping a number of older movies on July 1, including Titanic which started trending again on social media after the tourist sub tragedy. Other movies include Pride and Prejudice (2005), Rush Hour, Snow White and the Huntsman and Star Trek (2009), which are perfect if you're planning to have a slow Saturday at home.
On July 8, the streaming service will be releasing the sci-fi film 65 (2023) in which Star Wars star Adam Driver will be a an astronaut from a different planet whose spaceship crashes on what is actually Earth 65 million years ago.
On July 13, viewers can see Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (2022), the sequel to the spin-off to Shrek.
While it is technically not a movie or a series, Netflix will be releasing the Queen’s Gambit Chess Mobile Game. It will be available both on Android and iOS and will have you competing against Beth Harmon.
On July 27, The Witcher (Season 3 – Volume 2) will be dropping. This is the final season of Henry Cavill’s The Witcher where he’ll be hanging up his wig. The series will go on as Liam Hemsworth takes over the lead role beginning with Season 4.
If you're a fan of docuseries, How to Become a Cult Leader, a docuseries with a tongue-in-cheek take on six of the most infamous flock leaders in human history, will be available to stream from July 28.
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Comedy horror fans might enjoy the upcoming series "The Horror of Dolores Roach" which will be available to watch on July 7. The story follows a freshly out of prison masseuse who works in the basement of an empanada shop and dabbles in "accidental" murder and cannibalism.
Speaking of horror and comedy, all Twilight movies are dropping on July 17, for everyone that wants to rewatch the cult movies ironically (or unironically).
The long-awaited second season of Good Omens will be coming to July 28 on Prime Video. The 2019's six-episode supposedly one-and-done limited series was based on Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's book about uptight angel Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) and hard-partying demon Crowley (David Tennant) as they team together to stop Earth from succumbing to an apocalypse.
The new season comes from unrealized ideas from showrunner Gaiman and the late Pratchett, and involves the mystery of how the archangel Gabriel (Jon Hamm) shows up on Earth.
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July will be bringing Marvel lovers new episodes of the Secret Invasion as Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) work together to take down a rogue group of Skrulls who are trying to wreak havoc on Earth.
On July 5, fans of different cultures will be able to watch Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire, a new animated sci-fi anthology series featuring stories from creators hailing from Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe. Produced by Academy Award winner Peter Ramsey (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), the series draws on the continent’s rich and diverse histories and cultures to present 10 sci-fi and fantasy stories about advanced technology, aliens, spirits, and monsters.
Another docuseries drops on July 12, UFOs: Investigating the Unknown. The 5-episode series discusses "the truth" behind the US government’s secret Pentagon program on UAPs, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, otherwise known as UFOs.
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