What to See in July?: The 7 Most Anticipated Premieres on Streaming Platforms

A Lot of Action and Suspense Will be What the Streaming Platforms Will Give Us for the Month of July. Check Here the 7 Most Anticipated Premieres!.

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LatinAmerican Post | Theoscar Mogollón González

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While some stories conclude, others begin. Streaming platforms continue to be one of the most consumed entertainment media worldwide and many are undoubtedly grateful for that. The month of July promises surprises, suspense and a lot of action with the most anticipated premieres that we will see on Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Mubi, Hulu, Star + and Disney +. Pay attention to these 7 recommendations!

The Terminal List (July 1 – Amazon Prime Video)

Top quality action is what the new Prime Video original series will offer us in 8 episodes. Based on the book of the same name by Jack Carr, the story follows James Reece (Chris Pratt), the only member of a platoon of Navy SEALs who survived an ambush during an undercover mission. With the intention of knowing what really happened, the evidence will lead him to discover that there are forces operating against him, so he must apply all his knowledge to save his life.

Stranger Things 4, Vol 2. (July 1 – Netflix)

Vol 1. of the fourth season of Stranger Things had a fairly high acceptance in the audience, and it is enough to mention that 94% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Its conclusion will only have three episodes, but with a global duration of more than three hours, where we will see the outcome of the last chapter with the origin of the main villain, Vecna, and his intentions after capturing Nancy. For their part, Mike, Will, Jonathan and Argyle will go to any lengths to warn Eleven that her life is in danger.

Benedetta (July 1 – Mubi)

Directed by Paul Verhoeven, this film was one of the most controversial to premiere at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival. The plot is set at the end of the 16th century in Counter-Reformation Italy. Here we meet Benedetta Carlini, a nun who from a young age joined a convent and over time was considered a visionary and mystic. However, Carlini was arrested and tried for lesbianism, years later becoming a symbol of female spirituality.

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Black Bird (July 8 – Apple TV)

Psychological thriller inspired by real events? Apple TV brings it to you. This 6-episode series promises to be the center of attention during the month of July. The story follows convicted Jimmy Keene (Taron Egerton), who is sentenced to 10 years in prison for drug trafficking. However, the authorities give him an option to go free and that is by entering the maximum security prison where the alleged serial killer Larry Hall is, from whom he must obtain information on where his victims are buried.

Spider-Man: No Way Home (July 22 – HBO Max)

The film that millions of people were waiting for finally comes to streaming. HBO Max will be in charge of bringing to your screen the most recent adventure of the UCM Spider-Man, who this time will have to face several villains from other universes such as Dr. Octopus and the Green Goblin. To do this, Peter will have the help of his friends and a couple more surprises to avoid creating chaos with the multiverse. Will he succeed?

The Gray Man (July 22 – Netflix)

Netflix's biggest bet in terms of feature films in 2022. With a budget of $200 million, directors Anthony and Joe Russo present a story full of suspense and action with a luxury cast led by Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans and Ana de Armas. Here we will see how a CIA agent must become a fugitive after the betrayal of his own agency, which will send one of his most experienced former colleagues to hunt him down.

Santa Evita (July 26 – Hulu, Disney + and Star +)

It is an Argentine production that can be enjoyed simultaneously on the Hulu, Disney+ and Star+ platforms. Based on the homonymous novel by Tomás Eloy Martínez, this 7-episode biographical miniseries will tell part of Eva Perón's life, her death at the age of 33 due to cancer, as well as what happened later with her embalmed remains that were kidnapped by the military dictatorship in 1955. An unmissable Latin American drama.

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