Need an entertainment fix? Or just an extra reason to upgrade to a streaming service? Here are the highlights of new TV shows getting released in July.
The big news for Stan is UnREAL and Season 2 of Power. Maybe even more importantly, you can watch Zombeavers from 16th of July.
On Netflix you can watch the weird and wonderful Netflix original animated series, Bojack Horseman, plus a range of content aimed at kids. Or get your action fix with Mission Impossible 3.
Presto users can watch season 5 of Modern Family (including the episode filmed in Australia) as well as all 8 seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm. For a night in with some pizza, it doesn’t get better than the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.
Check out the full lists below. What titles do you want to see on your streaming service of choice?
UnREAL – premieres on Jul 11. Episodes 1-6 available at once, then every Tuesday (same day as US broadcast). Ten part series.
UnREAL offers a fictitious behind-the-scenes glimpse into the chaos surrounding the production of reality TV dating show, where being a contestant can be vicious and being a producer a whole other reality. Starring Shiri Appleby (Girls) and Constance Zimmer (House of Cards, Entourage). The series has received rave reviews in the US.
Power Season 2 – new episodes every Sunday
Season 2 Premiere broke ratings records for US cable network Starz
From executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and creator Courtney Kemp Agboh (The Good Wife), this crime drama is set in two different worlds: the glamorous New York club scene and the city’s brutal drug trade. Starring Omari Hardwick, Joe Sikora, Naturi Naughton and Lela Loren.
New release movies:
Palo Alto – 8th July
Child of God – 1st July
The Giver – 9th July
Ping Pong Summer – 14th July
The Equalizer – 22nd July
Zombeavers – 16th July
Felony – 1st July
Blue is the Warmest Colour – 22nd July
Nymphomaniac – 22nd July
Looking for Alibrandi – 4th July
New TV Shows:
Spartacus: War of the Damned – 11th July – with addition of final season we now have every episode of Spartacus.
RuPaul’s Drag Race – 13th July – seasons 5 and 6
The Bridge Season 2 – 18th July – original Scandinavian crime series
Housos Season 2 – 19th July
Stand Up @ Bella Union – 23rd July
New Kids Shows:
Wallace & Gromit Collection – 3rd July
Shaun the Sheep – 10th July
Timmy Time – 17th July
Morph – 24th July
Inequality for All – 5th July
Freakonomics – 5th July
JFK – 21st July
Presto in July
Presto today announced key programming premiering in July, headlined by the highly anticipated arrival of season 5 of comedy hit Modern Family, which includes the episode titled, ‘Australia’ filmed entirely on Australian shores. The hit series invites us to take a hilarious look at a different take on family life. Starring Ed O’Neill (Jay Pritchett) and Sofia Vergara (Gloria Pritchett), the ‘mockumentary’ style show follows the adventures of family members as they eagerly share their own family perspectives with viewers. Modern Family season 5 joins seasons 1-4 starting today on Presto.
Presto also shared the news that hit crime drama Aquarius is returning for a second season and would air in Australia, exclusively on Presto, in 2016. Aquarius season one continues its linear broadcast through July and will add new episodes of season one to the service, in line with the US broadcast.
Also joining the Presto line up in July is a slate of HBO favourites sure to delight subscribers. Curb Your Enthusiasm stars Seinfeld co-creator Larry David as himself in an unsparing but tongue-incheek depiction of his life. The show features a raft of celebrities playing themselves in a series of improvised side-splitting comedy sketches. All 8 seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm will be available to stream on demand.
Six Feet Under, stars Australian actress Rachel Griffiths alongside brothers played by with Michael C. Hall (Dexter) and Peter Krause who take us into the darkly humorous world of the Fisher family, who own and run a funeral home in Los Angeles. Each episode takes a decidedly unique slant at the issue of death against the backdrop of a family who have reluctantly taken over management of a funeral home following the death of the family patriarch.
New Zealand meets New York as the critically acclaimed HBO comedy Flight of the Conchords lands on Presto. Musical comics Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement blend humour and harmony as they search for love and success in the Big Apple.
Little Britain USA transplants some of the most popular Little Britain antics across the pond as British comedy stars David Walliams and Matt Lucas come stateside to share their unapologetic humour.
In addition, Presto in July welcomes two acclaimed miniseries. Mildred Pierce stars Kate Winslet as a young mother struggling to make a new life for her and her two daughters during the Great Depression; and Empire Falls, which tells the story of Miles Roby, the unassuming manager of the Empire Grill, who is plagued by flashbacks of his family when he was a child, including a mysterious affair between his mother and a suitor, the details of which might answer some questions Miles has had his entire life.
On the movie front, Presto Movies and Presto Entertainment subscribers can enjoy the action packed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, featuring the martial arts escapades everyone’s favourite reptilian superheroes, Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo; musical drama Whiplash, about an ambitious young jazz drummer, in pursuit of rising to the top of his elite music conservatory; and sci-fi action flick, Lucy, starring Scarlett Johansson who, after receiving an unexpected overdose of a mystery drug is imbued with superhuman abilities, including telekinesis and telepathy.
Now on Netflix, July 2015
Knights of Sidonia Season 2
Bojack Horseman Season 2
Chris Tucker Live
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp
Turbo Fast Season 2
Horrid Hendy: The Movie
1408: Theatrical Version
Mission Impossible 3
Micro Monsters with David Attenborough
God Loves Uganda