A new month means new episodes, shows, and movies to watch on your favourite streaming service. Here are our top picks on what to binge on this month:
New on Disney+:
The year is 2242, and humanity has nearly been wiped out due to the poisonous rain event, Tears of the New Moon. The remaining humans go into hiding underground, and find an Artificial Intelligence named Magus. Will humans and AI work together to find out their destinies? Find out more on Jul 10.
How I Met Your Father (Season 2 – Part II)
In the new future, main character Sophie tells the story of how she met her husband to her son. The story then brings viewers back to the present day where Sophie and her friends try to navigate love and life in a digital world dominated by dating apps and limitless options. Premiering on Jul 26, it stars Hilary Duff, Christopher Lowell, Francia Raisa, Suraj Sharma, Tom Ainsley and Tien Tran.
Tomorrow X Together: Our Last Summer
The K-pop boy band, Tomorrow X Together (pronounced “tomorrow by together”), reunite in this documentary as they prepare for their international tour. As band members Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, And Hueningkai come together, will the group handle themselves through all the nerves and pressure on some of the world’s biggest stages? Find out on Jul 28.
New on Netflix:
Owen Browning (Adam DeVine) is a bank manager who is excited to marry the love of his life, Parker McDermott (Nina Dobrev). However, things get shaken up when his bank gets robbed, with Owen suspecting that these outlaws could potentially be his future in-laws, played by Pierce Brosnan and Ellen Barkin. Premieres Jul 7.
Sweet Magnolias (Season 3)
The third season of Sweet Magnolias will be out on Jul 20. The series revolves around lifelong friends as they lift each other up, all while balancing relationships, family and their jobs in a small Southern town named Serenity. It stars JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Brooke Elliot, Heather Headley, and Logan Allen.
The Witcher (Season 3, Volume 2)
Season 3, Volume 1 ended on a nail-biting political cliffhanger. With Henry Cavill’s final performance as the famous White Wolf before handing the role over to Liam Hemsworth, this is the finale you wouldn’t want to miss. Also starring are Freya Allen as Princess Ciri, Anya Chalotra as sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg, and Joey Batey as the travelling bard Jaskier. The final three episodes of the season will premiere on Jul 27.
New on HBO Go:
Mrs Harris Goes To Paris
Set in London in the 50s, widowed cleaning lady Mrs Harris falls in love with a couture Dior dress and makes it her dream to own one. As she works and gambles to earn enough money to achieve her dream of heading to Paris, her outlook is not only changed but also the future of the House of Dior. Starring Lesley Manville, Isabelle Huppert, Lambert Wilson, Alba Baptista, Lucas Bravo, Ellen Thomas, Rose Williams and Jason Isaacs. Premieres Jul 8.
Superpowered: The DC Story
Ever wanted to know more about DC, its characters, as well as where the comic book’s company originated from? Narrated by Rosario Dawson, this documentary series will enchant watchers through the interviews with the actors who acted in DC movies and some of the most prolific creators within the film industry. Dive into the world of DC on Jul 20.
Downey’s Dream Cars (Season 1)
Join Robert Downey Jr. and a team of car experts as they restore six of Downey’s vintage, classic cars by making them faster, more powerful, and more efficient, all while fighting climate change. Premieres Jul 20.
New on Amazon Prime Video:
Fit Check: Confessions of An Ukay Queen (Season 1)
Melanie wants to be a fashion designer to prove her worth to her mother who abandoned her when she was a baby. She then captures the attention of Chris, a young fashion executive, and is soon whisked away to the Filipino fashion industry, where she journeys towards self-awareness, empowerment, forgiveness, and true love. Starring Kim Chiu, Jake Ejercito, Angel Aquino, and Kylie Verzosa. Follow Melanie’s journey on Jul 6.
The Summer I Turned Pretty (Season 2)
Based on Jenny Han’s book of the same name, the second season sees the return of Isabel “Belly” Conklin as she waits to return back to Cousins Beach. But with both Conrad and Jeremiah fighting for her heart, and Susannah’s cancer relapsing, will Belly’s summer ever be the same? Starring Lola Tung, Jackie Chung, Rachel Blanchard, Christopher Britney, and Gain Casalegno. Premieres Jul 14.
Good Omens 2
Two best friends, Aziraphale (a fussy angel who just so happens to be a rare book dealer) and Crowley (a fast-living demon) get a visit from archangel Gabriel, who seems to have no memory of who he is or how he got there. They rely on each other to try to solve the mystery while hiding Gabriel away from Heaven and Hell. Starring David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Jon Hamm, Maggie Service, and Nina Sosanya. Premieres Jul 28.