Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and others are introducing a variety of recent content material this month.
Although many new movies are lastly hitting film theaters this summer time, many streaming providers are persevering with to launch new TV reveals, films and documentaries.
This month sees the discharge of some extremely anticipated tasks, equivalent to HBO Max’s “Gossip Girl” reboot, which takes inspiration from the unique hit CW collection from the late aughts, and the movie “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” which is a sequel to the hit 1996 movie starring basketball star Michael Jordan.
Here, WWD appears to be like at 15 new TV reveals, films and documentaries debuting on streaming providers in July 2021. Read on for extra.
Stream on Netflix on July 2
“Fear Street” is a three-part horror movie primarily based on the e-book collection by R.L. Stine. The movies concentrate on the cursed city of Shadyside and follows a gaggle of youngsters that examine the city’s historical past. The trilogy’s first movie, “Fear Street Part 1: 1994,” will premiere on July 2, the second movie, “Fear Street Part 2: 1978,” will premiere on July 8 and the third movie, “Fear Street Part 3: 1666” will premiere on July 16.
“The Tomorrow War”
Stream on Amazon Prime Video on July 2
Starring Chris Pratt, “The Tomorrow War” follows a gaggle of time vacationers to the yr 2051 the place there’s a world warfare towards a lethal alien species.
“Summer of Soul”
Stream on Hulu on July 2
“Summer of Soul” is musician Questlove’s directorial debut. The documentary explores the Harlem Cultural Festival in 1969 and its influence on Black historical past, tradition and vogue. The movie may also hit theaters on the identical day.
Stream on HBO Max on July 8
The long-awaited “Gossip Girl” reboot is making its debut this month, following a brand new crop of youngsters who’re coping with the reemergence of the nameless Gossip Girl weblog at a time when social media performs a fair bigger function of their lives. While the unique present’s solid shouldn’t be confirmed to return, the unique narrator, Kristen Bell, shall be again to relate.
“Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes”
Stream on HBO Max on July 12
The six-part docuseries provides an in-depth take a look at journalist Ronan Farrow’s investigation and reporting behind his groundbreaking story on disgraced former movie producer Harvey Weinstein and his many years of rape and sexual assault allegations.
“Never Have I Ever”
Stream on Netflix on July 15
Season two of the coming-of-age comedy, “Never Have I Ever” follows American-Indian teenager Devi and her newfound love triangle. The season focuses on how she navigates her new relationships whereas coping with drama at residence and in school.
“Space Jam: A New Legacy”
Stream on HBO Max on July 16
“Space Jam: A New Legacy” is the sequel to the hit 1996 movie starring Michael Jordan. The sequel stars basketball star LeBron James as he will get caught in a digital house together with his son Dom. They staff up with Bugs Bunny and different Looney Tunes characters to navigate the house and get residence safely.
“Making the Cut”
Stream on Amazon Prime Video on July 16
Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are joined by clothier Jeremy Scott and mannequin Winnie Harlow for the second season of their vogue competitors present, “Making the Cut.” The present has solid 10 designers from internationally who shall be competing for a $1 million prize, in addition to the chance to promote their designs by means of Amazon’s vogue platform.
Stream on Netflix on July 16
The three-part docuseries will give an inside take a look at tennis champion Naomi Osaka’s life and profession over a two-year interval. The collection will present how Osaka navigates the pressures of her tennis schedule, her activism and the way she spends her life off-court.
Stream on Hulu on July 16
The six episode docuseries provides an inside take a look at Paul McCartney’s legendary profession, spotlighting his time with The Beatles and his profession as a solo artist.
Stream on Apple TV+ on July 23
The second season of the comedy present continues to concentrate on the titular character, performed by Jason Sudeikis, as he navigates his new job because the coach of an English soccer staff.
“The Last Letter From Your Lover”
Stream Netflix on July 23
“The Last Letter From Your Lover” follows a journalist who investigates a trove of secret love letters from 1965. The movie stars Felicity Jones, Shailene Woodley, Callum Turner and Joe Alwyn.
“The Pursuit of Love”
Stream on Amazon Prime Video on July 30
Set between the 2 World Wars, “The Pursuit of Love” is a romantic comedy that facilities on two girls and their paths to marriage. The collection, which initially aired on BBC within the U.Ok., stars Lily James, Emily Beecham, Dominic West and Andrew Scott, amongst others.
Stream on Netflix on July 30
The second season of the teenager drama “Outer Banks” finds collection leads John B and Sarah on the run within the Bahamas as they proceed looking for a $400 million treasure whereas their buddies again within the Outer Banks are coping with newfound challenges.
“Watch the Sound With Mark Ronson”
Stream on Apple TV+ on July 30
The documentary reveals Oscar-winning producer Mark Ronson as he explores the intersection of expertise and music alongside fellow musicians like Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Questlove and others.
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