Stay up all night or spend all day lounging on the couch catching up on your favorite TV series. Who cares, you can because it's summer vacation. Hot summer days often make us find refuge inside in the cool AC, so there's no better time than the summer to get addicted to the new shows and stream the movies you've been dying to see on your favorite platforms.
And let's face it, you probably already locked yourself in as if you, too, were doing time at Litchfield Penitentiary to have season 3 of Orange Is the New Black finished already. But maybe you were excited to check out the Seinfeld apartment and binge-watched your favorite episodes of the sitcom on Hulu, or rewatched the Shining for the millionth time thanks to Amazon Instant Video.
That means it's time to queue up new content to play when you're having a lazy day or have family and friends over for some post-barbecue entertainment. Get the s'mores ready because there's more content coming your way this month.
Here's the best of what's streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Instant Video in July 2015.
Streaming On Netflix
Netflix knows how to heat things up, and this month is no different. Known for its growing lineup of original series, the streaming service will debut Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, an eight-episode prequel to the 2001 film. And fans of the cult comedy will be pleased to know that Amy Poehler and Bradley Cooper will reprise their roles for the series; however, you will have to wait until July 31 to watch the show.
The popular animated series BoJack Horseman is coming back for its second season. The series stars the voices of Will Arnett, Aaron Paul and Alison Brie and follows the story of a '90s sitcom star who lives a life of self-loathing (full of partying and making poor choices). It will premiere on July 17.
If you're more of a movies fan on Netflix, then check out Tig on July 17, the documentary that tells the story of the comedian Tig Notaro, who told the world she was diagnosed with cancer while on the stage.
Other new titles include: Underworld: Evolution (July 1), Changeling (July 16), season 2 of Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (July 28) and season 2 of Knights of Sidonia (July 3).
Read the full list of what's new to Netflix in July here.
Streaming On Hulu
June was a huge month for Hulu with Seinfeld, season 9 of Adult Swim's Squidbillies, and movie like Lars and the Real Girl available. This month, new classic movies like Mystic Pizza and Annie Hall will be added, as well as other chick flicks like The Other Woman — perfect for a wine night with the ladies.
But if you're looking for some gore, then Hulu was you covered. Starting on July 1, you can stream The Human Centipede, First Sequence. If you don't have the guts for that one, check out Cave of Forgotten Dreams or Crawlspace, also available on the first.
Fargo, the two-time Academy Award winning crime film starring William H. Macy, Frances McDormand and Steve Buscemi, is available July 1, along with Hulu's original series, East Los High premiering July 15.
Read the full list of what's new to Hulu in July here.
Streaming On Amazon Prime Instant Video
Cue the jazz hands because Amazon Prime Instant Video is bringing the final season of Glee to its platform on July 18. And the TV series don't stop there. Fans of Downton Abbey can stream the latest season starting on July 1, along with season 2 of the original series Annedroids, the CGI/live action children's show, on the second, and season 5 of True Blood on July 16.
If it's movies you're after, then get ready for a long list of titles both old and new. The Bad News Bears, Drive Me Crazy, Dirty Dancing, and The Warriors are available starting the first, along with The Expendables 3, Two Men in Town, and Hercules in mid-July.
If you want even more recent titles, then fear not. You can purchase Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 on June 30, Strangerland on July 10, and Insurgent on July 20.
Read the full list of what's new to Amazon Prime Instant Video here.
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