We will be done and dusted with the first half of 2022 in a matter of a few days. Changing calendars also means upgrading our watchlist! All streaming services are taking their content a notch higher with each month and the audience is for a stroke of great luck! Amazon Prime Video has already announced a great line-up of shows and films. Popular shows like Family Man, Mirzapur, Breathe: Into The Shadows, Four More Shots Please, and Made In Heaven are among the lineup of shows that the platform has renewed for a new season.
While you await the return of these popular shows, don’t miss out on the brand new titles that will start streaming in July. The brand-new titles will release throughout the month to ensure you’re thoroughly entertained throughout. We have compiled a list of the Hindi and English-language shows and movies that you definitely should not miss.
July Releases On Amazon Prime
The Terminal List
Chris Pratt, Constance Wu, and Taylor Kitsch are the show’s leading actors. The show centres on James Reece (Chris Pratt), a Navy SEAL who gets ambushed while on a clandestine assignment. With mixed memories of the incident and doubts about his guilt, Reece visits his family at home. Reece learns that evil powers are at work against him as more evidence surfaces, putting not just his life but also the lives of people he loves at risk. The series will be released on July 1.
Forever Summer: Hamptons
Forever Summer: Hamptons is a coming-of-age drama about a group of college students from very diverse backgrounds, including wealthy New York City teenagers who come down for the summer and the underprivileged townies. It is set against the magnificent backdrop of the Hamptons. On July 15, the drama starring Victoria Foyt, Viveca Lindfors, and Jon Robin Baitz will be released.
Don’t Make Me Go
John Cho and Mia Isaac feature in the adventure-comedy movie Don’t Make Me Go. A single father reluctantly takes his teenage daughter on a cross-country road trip to find her estranged mother after learning that he has a terminal illness, trying to teach her everything she might need to know for the rest of her life along the way. On July 15, the drama will be made available.
Anything’s Possible stars Abubakr Ali, Eva Reign, Renee Elise Goldsberry, and Courtnee Carter. The story of the movie centres on a self-assured trans girl named Kelsa, played by Eva Reign, who is in her senior year of high school. A boy named Khal (Abubakr Ali) admits to his mates that he has a crush on Kelsa. Then, after gradually gaining courage, he decides to propose to Kelsa, even though he is aware of the tumultuous drama it would bring. On July 22, it will be released.
The movie had been running under the title ‘Fallen’ in the media up until recently. When the digital platform Amazon Prime Video announced their 40+ series and films, they also revealed the new title of the series. Sonakshi Sinha will play an aggressive police officer in the crime-drama series. According to reports, Dahaad is based on a real-life account of a conman who is suspected of marrying women in order to defraud them for money. The series will be available starting on July 27.
A science-fiction drama television show, Paper Girls, will soon be available online. Camryn Jones, Riley Lai Nolet, Fina Strazza, Sofia Rosinsky, and Fina Strazza are the main actors. A time-travelling journey that would save the world is portrayed in Paper Girls by four teenage girls who, while delivering newspapers the morning after Halloween in 1988, unknowingly get caught up in a fight between rival time-travelling groups. They come across future versions of themselves as they move back and forth between the present, the past, and the future; they must now decide whether to accept or reject their destiny. It will be available on July 29.
Warriors on the Field
Warriors On The Field, an Amazon Original Documentary honouring Aboriginal Australia and its long history and connection with Australian football, will include one of the great Sydney Swans and AFL players, Michael O’Loughlin. It follows the fading reputation and three inexperienced rookies that the once-proud Warriors Football Club relies on. Talented young athletes are thrust into the competitive world of professional sport overnight. It will release on July 8.
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