Netflix, HBO, Prime Video, Disney +, Apple TV +: all the titles not to be missed in July

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NETFLIX

Stranger Things (July 1)

The second episode of the fourth season of Stranger Things arrives on Netflix a month after the first. The final battle with Vecna, the monster of these chapters, will take place over the course of two episodes with a total estimated duration of about four hours.

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Longest night of the year (July 8)
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A thriller Christmas for the summer. Over the course of a single night, a group of gunmen surrounds a psychiatric complex to take away a dangerous serial killer, which the institute’s directors refuse to do. Alberto Ammann, Luis Callejo, Bárbara Goenaga and Roberto Álamo are some of the protagonists.

Persuasion (July 15)

This adaptation by Jane Austen tells how the protagonist, Anne (Dakota Johnson)he comes convinced from his family to leave his childhood sweetheart, Frederick Wentworth, who is poor and not smart enough to be with someone like her. Seven years later, Wentworth reappears in Anne’s social circle, promoted to army captain, with a fortune gained from the war and the same desire to love the protagonist, which will ensure that both give themselves a new opportunity.

A place to dream 4 (20 July)
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After multiple attempts throughout his life, Mel Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge), the Los Angeles nurse protagonist of this Netflix drama based from the novels of Robyn Carr, she is finally pregnant. There’s just one small problem: she doesn’t know if the baby she’s expecting is Jack’s (Martin Henderson), the ex-marine who plays the other half of this story, or her late husband, Mark. Other complications are therefore looming on the horizon for a couple who cannot get out of the dynamics from soap opera that form the plot of this gripping series.

Cuidado: hay un nuevo vecino en el pueblo: Mark Ghanimé se meta en la piel del médico Cameron.COURTESY OF NETFLIX
The Gray Man (July 22)

This film is the film adaptation of the spy novel of the same name by Mark Greaney. The book follows Gentry, an international killer who was a former CIA agent in his youth. His enemy will be Lloyd, another US intelligence agent. The couple of protagonists of the story will play cat and mouse all over the world. Ana de Armas, Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans are the protagonists of the film.

Fanatic (July 29)

Lorenzo FerroDollar Selmouni, Carlota Urdiales and Fernando Valdivieso are the protagonists of this teenage production that is different to say the least. A young man with a monotonous life becomes a musical idol when he decides to take his own life at the first concert of his world tour.

HBO Max

Breeders (July 15)

The third season of this fantastic parenting series is coming up HBO Max. It will be ten episodes, starring Martin Freeman and by Daisy Haggard. The series already tells the story of two teenage parents and a couple who still have many obstacles to overcome.

The Rehearsal (July 16)

Comedian Nathan Fielder, in charge of the famous Nathan for You, takes the helm of this comedy in which the vital moments of almost everyone’s existence are rehearsed with the help of various extras. Yes, it sounds as surreal as it probably is.

Allyson Riggs
Parks and Recreation (July 18)

With permission of 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation it is one of the best sitcom from the second decade of the 21st century, and was not available on any platform so far streaming.

Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin (July 28)

This series follows a group of friends living in an American industrial town, Millwood, who one day have to face an unknown character who is persuaded to take revenge on them for actions committed by their parents twenty years ago. Sound familiar to you? The original series also featured a group of friends who were faced with a masked man who was tormenting them.

FIRST VIDEO

Anything is possible (July 22)

Love story for Generation Z, with Billy Porterone of the protagonists of Poses. Kelsa is a trans girl who is in her senior year of high school and sees her classmate Khal fall in love with her and ask her out. Eva Reign is the protagonist.

Paper Girls (July 29)

After several years of work, this screen adaptation of the comics illustrated by Cliff Chiang and written by Brian K. Vaughan arrives on Prime Video. Everything takes place on the morning of November 1, 1988: while a group of girls is preparing to deliver the newspapers, the city is invaded by a mysterious force coming from the future with a vendetta. The (semi) adolescent girls therefore find themselves involved in a battle between different violent camps that also have the ability to travel through time.

Prime Video

DISNEY +

In the name of heaven (July 27)

Jon Krakauer has written a book of the same title in which he recounts the origin and evolution of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Now David Mackenzie is directing this audiovisual version with Andrew Garfield And Daisy Edgar-Jones.

APPLE TV +

Black Bird (July 8)

This story based on true events tells how the promise of freedom prompts an inmate to try every conceivable trick to get a confession from a bloodthirsty killer. The film stars Taron Egerton, Ray Liotta And Greg Kinnear.

Apple

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