Summer just screams fun and exciting adventures, and it seems like there is no limit to the amount of activities in which you can indulge. We may be doing a whole lot of nothing but basking in the the sun at the beach and then roasting s'mores with friends around a camp fire, or playing some volleyball and then serving up some burgers on the grill.
Then, there are times when all we want to do is stay in the cool air conditioning to the point where its mandatory to put on a hoodie or grab a blanket in order to comfortably veg out. When doing so, one must have a list of titles they need to catch up and watch since they have been out and about all the time, as well as new titles they've been dying to see.
Well, the three popular streaming services are making sure that there's plenty of content to go around for members all month long. These include titles like the new season to BoJack Horseman on Netflix, season two of Difficult People on Hulu and big blockbuster movies like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice coming to Amazon Video.
Here's a rundown of what's new to Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video in July.
Netflix is not horsing around when it comes to its content in July. Along with season 3 of the adult animated cartoon BoJack Horseman on July 22, the platform is also releasing a new season of Degrassi: Next Class on the same day. Those who want content now can check out season 2 of Marco Polo and the new original series Marcella, along with all four Lethal Weapon movies and all three Back to the Future films.
If subscribers are looking for a new series to binge-watch, check out the drama starring Winona Ryder Stranger Things about a boy who vanishes, which will premiere on July 15, as well as the new animated toddler series that teaches vocabulary Word Party on July 7. Also debuting on the 7th is the original movie Brahman Naman, or wait to stream the other original film Talulah starring Ellen Page on July 29.
Things are heating up on Hulu this month with movies like Terminator Genisys and Southpaw (for those with with Showtime add-on). Trekkies will be pleased to be able to stream all the Star Trek movies starting from 1979's Star Trek: The Motion Picture to 1998's Star Trek IX: Insurrection, which will be available starting July 1.
However, this platform is really known for bringing its subscribers the best of TV, and it won't disappoint with the complete season 17 of Mythbusters and season 13 of Say Yes to the Dress coming in the beginning of the month. The season 4 premiere of the original series East Los High will air on July 15 and the season 3 premiere of Dating Naked arrives on July 20.
See the full list of what's new and what's leaving Hulu in July here.
Amazon Video and Prime Video
Those with a membership to Amazon Prime will be able to stream movies like Casino, The Shining and Kill Bill: Volume 1 and Volume 2 starting on July 1. Just like Hulu, members are now able to watch the classic Star Trek movies, as well as the documentary about fans of the franchise called Trekkies. Also available is Terminator Genisys on July 2, The Vatican Tapes on July 22, season 3 of Hannibal on July 5 and the second half of season 2 of the Amazon original Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street.
Viewers who prefer to purchase titles on Amazon Video can stream the kitty comedy Keanu and the Girl Scout-like comedy The Boss on July 12, as well as the superhero film we can't wait to watch again, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on July 19.
See the full list of what's new to Amazon Video and Prime Video in July here.