Drama, fiction, comedy. ¡Check out our monthly guide to the most anticipated streaming premieres!.
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LatinAmerican Post | Theoscar Mogollón González
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Time passes, but the best productions always remain. July has arrived, and several streaming platforms have some titles on their doorstep that will give a lot to talk about in the coming weeks. Officially, we have passed the halfway point of 2023, and now comes the good stuff. That's why we invite you again to check out our monthly guide to the most anticipated releases on Netflix, Max, Apple TV, Prime Video, Disney+, and Paramount+.
"Full Circle" (July 13 - Max)
It doesn't matter what you want to call it, Max or HBO Max, because, in the end, it's all about the platform that tells the best stories. This time, they're bringing us an original limited series full of drama. The story centers on an investigation into a botched kidnapping in which secrets of different characters and cultures in New York are uncovered, bringing the story full circle, as the title says. Actors include Dennis Quaid, Claire Danes, Zazie Beetz, and Timothy Olyphant.
"Foundation" (July 14 - Apple TV)
The science fiction genre has a special place on Apple TV. This is the case of a production based on Isaac Asimov's novels that seek to attract more fans to this fascinating world of multiple narratives. The plot revolves around a group of exiles who will pursue a long journey to save humanity and rebuild a civilization affected by the current Galactic Empire. Its second season also consists of 10 episodes.
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"Bird Box Barcelona" (July 14 - Netflix)
Remember that 2018 film starring Sandra Bullock set in a post-apocalyptic world? Well, this is its spin-off and is set in Barcelona, Spain. The emotions will follow the same line but with a new group of characters constantly struggling to survive. Here we will see father and daughter on a journey to stay alive while blind to avoid being taken over by alien forces. Spanish actor Mario Casas leads the cast.
"Stephen Curry: Underrated" (July 21 - Apple TV)
Entire production for basketball and sports fans in general. This is an intimate portrait of Stephen Curry, one of the best players in the NBA today. Through exclusive interviews, archival footage, and testimonials from people close to him, we will go on a journey to learn in detail how Curry overcame hundreds of obstacles to become the cultural phenomenon he is today.
"The Slumber Party" (July 27 - Disney+)
This story follows three friends who wake up the next day after a hypnosis session at a sleepover with no memory of the night before. After this, their mission is to retrace their steps to try to discover the whole mess around them and how one of them is missing. The plot may seem familiar enough, but Disney intends for parents and younger audiences to enjoy this film without many restrictions.
"Zoey 102" (July 27 - Paramount+)
What many fans have been waiting for. It is the sequel film to the popular Nickelodeon series, "Zoey 101". The plot of this story follows Zoey Brooks, years after attending Pacific Coast Academy, who will be reunited with her old classmates to attend Logan and Quinn's wedding. The cast will feature the return of original cast members Jamie Lynn Spears, Sean Flynn, Christopher Massey, Erin Sanders, Matthew Underwood, and Abby Wilde.
"Good Omens" (July 28 - Prime Video)
Prime Video brings the second season of this series full of irreverent humor and extraordinary characters. Based on the 1990 novel "Good Omens," this plot follows a demon and an angel as they seek to prevent the coming of the Antichrist. For this new batch of episodes, themes beyond the source material involving both characters will be explored. However, when all seemed at peace, an unexpected messenger showed up with a surprising mystery.