If you crave entertainment, this month will deliver that in spades. The amount and quality of shows that occupy space on our July streaming guide is just insane. From fighting a future war with aliens to star-studded human dramas and insightful documentaries, the next four weeks will have you struggling to decide on what to watch.

Fortunately, we have put together a list on which shows to catch in the next 31 days. When in doubt, check out our July streaming guide for the perfect show to occupy your time.

The Tomorrow War

July Streaming Guide amazonChris Pratt leads this futuristic sci-fi actioner. In The Tomorrow War, a group of time travellers arrive from the year 2051 delivering an urgent message: Thirty years in the future mankind is losing a global war against a deadly alien species. The only hope for survival is for soldiers and civilians from the present to be transported to the future. Together, they will help rewrite the fate of the planet.

Platform: Amazon Prime
Date: 2 July

No Sudden Move

The HBO Max movie directed by Steven Soderbergh features an ensemble cast led by Don Cheadle and Benicio del Toro. No Sudden Move is set in 1955 and centres on a group of small-time criminals who are hired to steal a simple document. However their plan goes horribly wrong, focusing them to escape through a racially divided and rapidly changing city.

Platform: HBO GO
Date: 2 July

The Fear Street Trilogy

Our July streaming guide is not short on horror thanks to Netflix who have adapted R.L. Stine’s Feat Street into a trilogy. Released over three consecutive weeks this month, Fear Street Part 1: 1994 will kick things off focusing on a town that is terrorised by an evil force. Fear Street Part 2: 1978, follows a killer’s murder spree at Camp Nightwing, whilst Fear Street Part 3: 1666, reveals the truth behind the town of Shadyside.

Platform: Netflix
Date: 2, 9, 16 July

The Good, The Bart, and The Loki

July Streaming Guide disney+With the Loki series reaching its finale on 14 July, this new Marvel-themed short from The Simpsons is a timely offering. The new animated short sees Loki facing his toughest opponents yet: the Simpsons and Springfield’s mightiest heroes. The God of Mischief teams up with Bart Simpson in the ultimate crossover event paying tribute to the Marvel Cinematic Universe of superheroes and villains.

Platform: Disney+
Date: 7 July

Gossip Girl

July Streaming Guide HBOThis brand-new series serves as a Gossip Girl revival, which picks up eight years after the original website went dark. Now, a new generation of privileged New York teens are introduced to the social surveillance of Gossip Girl, highlighting the increasingly pervasive influence of social media and celebrity culture on teenagers, set against the ever-changing landscape of New York City. Original cast member Kristen Bell returns as narrator.

Platform: HBO GO
Date: 8 July

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness

July Streaming Guide netflixThe hit video game has been adapted into a new CGI-animated series by Netflix.  Set years after the horrors of Raccoon City, mainstay Resident Evil characters, Leon and Claire find themselves consumed by a dark conspiracy after a new viral attack ravages the White House.

Platform: Netflix
Date: 8 July


Hugh Laurie plays controversial yet charismatic Conservative politician Peter Laurence, a narcissist caught up in a wave of scandals, Laurence’s political ambitions are frustrated when personal revelations are unearthed by his adversaries. This highly anticipated mini-series also features the late Helen McCrory as Prime Minister Dawn Ellison in her final television performance.

Platform: BBC Player
Date: 9 July

Catch And Kill: The Podcast Tapes

This six-part HBO Original docuseries is based on American journalist Ronan Farrow’s 2019 book of the same name. Each episode recounts the challenges he faced pursuing the stories of film producer Harvey Weinstein and his decades of alleged rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse of women, and the case which was built against him.

Platform: HBO GO
Date: Starting From 13 July

Making The Cut

Making the Cut
is once again on a mission to find the next great global fashion brand. In the second season, hosts Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn will be joined by judges Winnie Harlow, world-famous supermodel, and fashion pop icon and Moschino Creative Director Jeremy Scott.

Platform: Amazon Prime
Date: 16 July

Turner and Hooch

The Disney+ Original series serves as a soft reboot of the beloved 80s comedy film. Josh Peck stars as Scott Turner, the son of Detective Scott Turner, who Tom Hanks portrayed in the original 1989 film. When Scott inherits a big, unruly dog he soon comes to realize that the pet he didn’t want might be the very partner that he needs.

Platform: Disney+
Date: 21 July

Kingdom: Ashin Of The North

This special episode of the Kingdom series reveals the origins of the resurrection plant that triggered a tragic blood bath across Joseon. The special episode centres on Young Ashin, who discovers the powers of a strange plant that can bring a dead person back to life. Warned against searching for it, she ultimately discovers the secret of the plant that ultimately triggers an avalanche of tragic events.

Platform: Netflix
Date: 23 July


Our July streaming guide sees Kate Beckinsale returning to her action roots in Jolt. The dark comedy action thriller centres on Lindy, a beautiful, sardonically funny woman struggling to manage a lifelong, rare neurological disorder that causes her to react violently to anyone she witnesses being cruel, deceitful, or abusive. When her lover is murdered, Lindy is overcome by rage and madness, putting her on a revenge-fuelled warpath against the wrongdoers.

Platform: Amazon Prime
Date: 23 July

Shark Beach with Chris Hemsworth

Actor Chris Hemsworth embarks on a personal mission to investigate how we can live harmoniously with sharks. Joined by surfers, conservationists, shark advocates and marine biologists, he explores new preventative measures and technology which can help stave off shark-human encounters.

Platform: Disney+
Date: 23 July

Incredible Journeys with Simon Reeve

July Streaming Guide BBC
Broadcaster and writer Simon Reeve presents some of the highlights of his incredible journeys around the world. During a career spanning more than 15 years, Simon has visited over a hundred countries on six different continents, experiencing epic landscapes and uncovering moving and dramatic human stories. Now, he catches up with some of the memorable characters he has met along the way.

Platform: BBC Player
Date: 24 July

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Richard Augustin

Digital Editor
Richard went from the confines of the kitchen working as a professional chef into the realm of media twenty years ago. In his two-decade career in writing, he has plied his trade in a number of regional print and digital media organisations in the lifestyle, in-flight, entertainment and finance space. When not busy chasing deadlines and writing stories for AugustMan, you can find him experimenting with recipes in his kitchen.

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