July 2020 is a busy month for additions to Hulu, with a lot of new titles getting added to the streaming service.
Highlights include the original movie, “Palm Springs ” (starring Andy Samberg), and the newest installment of the “Into the Dark” movie series, “The Current Occupant” (starring Barry Watson, Sonita Henry, and Marvin ‘Krondon’ Jones III).
Here is everything coming to Hulu in July 2020, as well as everything leaving the streamer:
Disney+ is home for movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more, and the service will debut several new offerings for viewers to enjoy in July 2020.
Highlights include the world-wide premiere of the smash Broadway show Hamilton, the series premieres of “Muppets Now” and “Rogue Trip,” and so much more.
Get your calendar ready…here is everything new coming to Disney+ in July 2020:
Here is the list of titles coming to Netflix in July 2020, as well as the ones that are leaving.
Highlights include the Netflix Original Films “The Old Guard” (starring Charlize Theron), “Desperados” (starring Nasim Pedrad, Anna Camp & Sarah Burns), “Fatal Affair” (starring Nia Long, Stephen Bishop, & Omar Epps), and “The Kissing Booth 2” (the long-awaited sequel).
Netflix series highlights include “The Umbrella Academy” (season 2), “Cursed” (season 1), “Down to Earth with Zac Efron“ (season 1), “JU-ON: Origins” (season 1), “Unsolved Mysteries (Reboot)” (season 1), “The Baby-Sitters Club” (season 1), “Norsemen” (season 3), and “Warrior Nun” (season 1).
This month has a little something for everyone, so here is the complete list of Netflix titles arriving and departing in July 2020:
Imaginary Friend is the latest novel by Stephen Chbosky. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because he also wrote the coming of age novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
But this book is nothing like that one.
When I saw Bad Parts by Brandon McNulty featured a female rock guitarist as a lead character, I quickly clicked to request this book for review.
In Bad Parts, rock guitarist Ash Hudson suffers a career-ending hand injury during an unexpected attack in the parking lot after a show.
But Ash still has one hope…a secret legend from her hometown of Hollow Hills, Pennsylvania.
Hangman, a 2017 thriller, popped up as newly added to Netflix, and when I saw it starred Al Pacino, Karl Urban, Brittany Snow, and Sarah Shahi, I decided to give it a try.
The Possession by Michael Rutger is the second book in “The Anomaly Files” series, but you don’t need to have read the first book to understand this one.
In this second book, American myth and legend investigator Nolan Moore and his team take on a new mission: investigating a rumored case of witchcraft and possession.
The Warehouse is a science-fiction thriller by Rob Hart, set in a not-too-distant future Earth where just about everyone lives and works in Cloud.
Think Amazon meets SkyNet with a touch of Logan’s Run.
Code 8 is a 2019 science-fiction crime thriller that popped up on Netflix as “newly added.” When I saw it starred Stephen Amell (“Arrow”) and his brother, Robbie Amell (“Upload”), I decided to give it a watch.
Confession: I first watched The Lovebirds, starring Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae, the day it came out on Netflix (May 22), but I needed to watch it again before writing this review because I was afraid I missed something laughing so much.
June 2020 is a busy month for additions to Hulu, with a lot of new titles getting added to the streaming service.
Highlights include the new half-hour series Love, Victor (inspired by the 2018 movie “Love,Simon” and its books), Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi where the cookbook author and “Top Chef” host explores America’s rich and diverse food culture; and the adult animated series Crossing Swords (from the folks at “Robot Chicken”).
Movie highlights include the newest “Into the Dark” installment called Good Boy; as well as A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (with Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers); 2019’s Charlie’s Angel’s and Child’s Play reboots; plus the 2019 horror film Crawl.
Here is everything coming to Hulu in June 2020, as well as everything leaving the streamer:
Here is the list of titles coming to Netflix in June 2020, as well as the ones that are leaving.
Highlights include the Netflix Original Films “Da 5 Bloods” from Spike Lee, “The Last Days of American Crime,” and “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga” (starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams).
Netflix series highlights include “Queer Eye” (season 5), “The Order” (season 2), “13 Reasons Why” (season 4), and “The Politician” (season 2).
Comedy and variety highlights include “Jo Koy: In His Elements,” “Eric Andre: Legalize Everything,” and the Netflix debut of George Lopez.
This month has a little something for everyone, so here is the complete list of Netflix titles arriving and departing in June 2020:
Disney+ is home for movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more, and the service will debut several new offerings for viewers to enjoy in June 2020.
Highlights include the world-wide movie premiere of Artemis Fowl, series premiere of “Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2,” the finales of “Be Our Chef” (season 1), and “Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian,” plus so much more
Get your calendar ready…here is everything new coming to Disney+ in June 2020: