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July Streaming Guide: What to Watch on Netflix, HBO Max, and More



July Streaming Guide: What to Watch on Netflix, HBO Max, and More

Summer’s in full swing. That means barbecues, road trips, beach days, and long nights around the campfire. In between those fun moments, you’ll have time to catch up on all the shows you’ve been meaning to watch, plus new movies and releases hitting your favorite streaming platforms. Here’s all the best streaming picks for July.

What to Watch on Netflix: July 2022

After leaving things off on a major cliffhanger in Volume 1, Stranger Things is back with Season 4, Volume 2 on July 1. The first set of episodes found all the main characters split up around the country. One group is home in Hawkins, Indiana, fighting against one of the scariest villains the show has ever seen in Vecna; Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is in a lab in the Nevada desert to regain her powers; and Hopper (David Harbour) is stuck in a Russian jail trying to survive. When the season ended, the groups appeared to be on track to reunite to take on Vecna in Hawkins, and they’ll do it with some super-sized episodes. Episode 8 clocks in at an hour and 25 minutes, while the finale runs a full two-and-a-half hours to cap off the season. Volume 1 was as action-packed as any season already, so expect some fireworks and all-out war in Volume 2.

Two of the biggest movie stars are going head-to-head in the action spy thriller The Gray Man, hitting Netflix July 22. Ryan Gosling stars as Court Gentry/Sierra Six, a top CIA agent on the run after uncovering a major conspiracy. Hot on his tail is Chris Evan’s Lloyd Hansen, an unhinged former colleague of Gentry determined to hunt him down. Based on the best-selling book, it’s the most expensive movie Netflix has ever made—fitting for blockbuster directors Joe and Anthony Russo of Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. The globetrotting adventure also stars Ana de Armas, Jessica Henwick, Regé-Jean Page, and Billy Bob Thornton in supporting roles.

Following a run of eight feature films and plenty of video games, Resident Evil is coming to television. The new series from Netflix debuts July 14 and will have eight episodes in the first season. While the series takes place in its own original universe separate from the previous films, the backstory and storylines of the show will come from the extremely popular video game series. The show will take place in two timelines: The first is in 2022 when Dr. Albert Wesker (Lance Reddick) and his children move to New Raccoon City so he can take a job with the Umbrella Corporation; the second happens in 2038 when the T-virus has turned most of the world’s population into cannibal mutants. Let the good times roll.

Some other movies hitting Netflix this month include Mark Wahlberg and Tom Holland’s video game adventure adaptation Uncharted (July 15), as well as classics like Old School and Natural Born Killers (both July 1). Keep an eye out for the new documentary series D. B. Cooper: Where Are You (July 13), which looks into the story of the famous skyjacker who parachuted and disappeared several decades ago with bags of money.

What to Watch on HBO Max: July 2022

If you’re into extremely awkward comedy, this is your month: Nathan Fielder of Nathan For You returns with a new series, The Rehearsal, on July 15. The six-episode series will follow Fielder as he helps people prepare for the biggest moments of their lives by “rehearsing” them first. Using actors and a construction crew, he’ll help create simulations for people so they can avoid the missteps that happen in everyday life. What could go wrong?

The remake of House Party hits HBO Max on July 28 and updates the 1990 classic for a new generation. The film has some big names behind it, with LeBron James producing and Donald Glover’s brother Steven Glover of Atlanta serving as co-writer. The fourth season of Westworld continues after starting on June 27, picking things up nearly a decade after the third season left off. Evan Rachel Wood, Ed Harris, Aaron Paul, and Jeffrey Wright are all back for another season, while James Marsden’s Teddy is back after being absent all of last season. Big surprises will certainly be in store as the show dips back into Westworld parks and has us wondering if everything is once again a simulation.

Some new movies will be premiering this month for the first time, with Edgar Wright’s psychological thriller Last Night in Soho (July 1) and The Bob’s Burgers Movie (July 12) hitting the platform. Soho was one of the most underrated movies of last year, starring The Queen’s Gambit’s Anya Taylor-Joy as a woman who’s having vivid dreams that might reveal a dark truth. Try and avoid any spoilers before seeing this one.

What to Watch on Disney Plus: July 2022

Have you watched Doctor Strange 2 a bunch more times since it hit the platform? If you’re ready to dive back into the multiverse to see just how the mind-bending movie came together, you can watch Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness starting July 1. The film takes the MCU into places it’s never been before, including a paint-filled multiverse, as Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) try and stop Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) from collapsing the multiverse upon itself. In this new documentary, you can go behind the scenes of director Sam Raimi’s return to superhero movies, including how that incredible sequence with the Illuminati came together. We won’t spoil who’s in the secret group if you haven’t seen the movie yet, but you’ll be surprised which heroes pop up here.

Continue your MCU journey with the finale of Ms. Marvel, which streams on July 13. Episodes are released each Wednesday, marking the live-action debut of the popular comic book character Kamala Khan. While her origin story has been slightly tweaked for the show, the series follows the source material fairly closely, centering on 16-year-old Kamala as she tries to navigate high school and balance her newfound powers: the ability to harness cosmic energy. We already know Ms. Marvel will be showing up in the Captain Marvel sequel The Marvels in 2023, and the finale could set up how she crosses paths with Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers. If you’re looking to get patriotic for July 4, check out documentary series America the Beautiful narrated by Michael B. Jordan. The series, showcasing animals that make their home across North America, is from the producers of Planet Earth—so you know there will be amazing footage.

What to Watch on Amazon Prime: July 2022

The headliner on Amazon Prime this month is the action thriller series The Terminal List, starring Chris Pratt. Based on the bestselling novel by Jack Carr, the show follows James Reece (Pratt), a Navy SEAL on a covert mission when his entire platoon gets ambushed and he’s left for dead. When Reece starts having conflicting memories of what happened on the mission, a conspiracy is uncovered that sends him into dangerous territory. Taylor Kitsch (True Detective) co-stars alongside Constance Wu, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Riley Keough, Arlo Mertz, Jai Courtney, and Patrick Schwarzenegger. The series starts streaming July 1 and will have all eight episodes up at the same time.

If you’re craving more sci-fi, the comic book adaptation Paper Girls is right up your alley. Adapted from Brian K. Vaughan’s comic of the same name, the series follows a group of young newspaper girls who get pulled into an epic battle between factions of time travelers from the future. The girls themselves get sent back and forth through time, with both factions trying to use them for their own good. One group thinks they should be able to change the past as they see fit, while the other group thinks no one should tamper with it. The series premieres July 29.

Speaking of comic books, if you haven’t caught up on Season 3 of The Boys, now is your chance. The finale of the third season will premiere July 8, concluding the craziest season yet. With Butcher (Karl Urban) and Hughie (Jack Quaid) gaining temporary superpowers of their own, the duo enlists the mysterious and dangerous Soldier Boy (Jensen Ackles) to take down the even more dangerous Homelander (Antony Starr). No matter what happens, the finale will be explosive. This month you can also catch movies like Gladiator, Clueless, Ali, Speed, The Fighter, and Raging Bull (all July 1), as well as the premiere of House of Gucci (July 2).

What to Watch on Apple TV+: July 2022

Based on true events, the limited series Black Bird starts streaming July 8, starring Taron Egerton and the late Ray Liotta. The prison drama is based on the story of Jimmy Keene (Egerton), who’s sent away for 10 years. He’s given the chance to get out—by trying to get a confession from a serial killer. The six-episode series also stars Paul Walter Hauser, Sepideh Moafi, and Greg Kinnear.

The British comedy Trying is back for Season 3 on July 22 and will continue the story of Nikki (Esther Smith) and Jason (Rafe Spall) as they try to start a family, but have a hard time conceiving a child. The couple’s decision to adopt brings on a whole new set of challenges. The first two seasons are eight episodes each and the third season will have episodes releasing weekly each Friday.

Surface is another high-profile series from Apple TV Plus, starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Sophie, a woman who’s suffered a traumatic head injury and has to find out what happened to her after major memory loss. Set in San Francisco, the psychological thriller has eight episodes, with the first three releasing on July 29 and new episodes coming out weekly after that.

What to Watch on Hulu: July 2022

After starting in late June, Season 2 of Only Murders in the Building picks up after the major cliffhanger of the first season, which found Charles (Steve Martin), Oliver (Martin Short) and Mabel (Selina Gomez) framed for murder. Their podcast looking into the murder in Season 1 was a major hit, and now the trio will have to decide if they should do a follow-up on the case that finds them as persons of interest. The characters’ past histories will come to light this season—especially Charles, who finds out his father had some mysterious relationships that may tie into the latest murder.

Season 4 of the hilarious vampire comedy What We Do in the Shadows hits Hulu by way of FX is starting up on July 13. The show has already been picked up for a fifth and sixth season, so if you haven’t had the chance to watch the mockumentary series, now is the time to catch up. Following its run in theaters, The Bob’s Burgers Movie will start streaming July 12, while Season 3 of the animated comedy Solar Opposites will hit the platform on July 13. Other movies include the survival story 127 Hours, the Mark Wahlberg action flick Contraband, All three movies in the Expendables series, the sports drama Any Given Sunday, and the action classic Independence Day—just in time for July 4 (all streaming July 1).

Your Complete July 2022 Streaming Guide: What to Watch on Disney+, HBO Max, Netflix, Hulu, and More

What to Stream on Netflix

July 1st

A Call to Spy
Big Daddy
Blue Jasmine
Boogie Nights
Catch Me If You Can
Falls Around Her
Final Score
I Am Legend
Mean Girls
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
Natural Born Killers
Old School
Police Academy
Stranger Things 4: Volume 2 — NETFLIX SERIES
The Dark Knight Rises
The Dirty Dozen
The Pursuit of Happyness
The Talented Mr. Ripley
The Terminal
Wyatt Earp
Zero Dark Thirty

July 3rd

Blair Witch (2016)

July 4th

Leave No Trace

July 6th

Control Z: Season 3 🇲🇽– NETFLIX SERIES
Girl in the Picture — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between — NETFLIX FILM
King of Stonks 🇩🇪– NETFLIX SERIES
Uncle from Another World 🇯🇵– NETFLIX ANIME

July 7th

The Flash: Season 8
Karma’s World: Season 3 — NETFLIX FAMILY

July 8th

Capitani: Season 2 🇱🇺– NETFLIX SERIES
Dangerous Liaisons 🇫🇷– NETFLIX FILM
How To Build a Sex Room — NETFLIX SERIES
Incantation 🇹🇼– NETFLIX FILM
The Longest Night 🇪🇸– NETFLIX SERIES
Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls 🇮🇳– NETFLIX FILM
The Sea Beast — NETFLIX FILM

July 10th

12 Strong

July 11th

Valley of the Dead 🇪🇸– NETFLIX FILM

July 12th

Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks — NETFLIX COMEDY
How to Change Your Mind — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
My Daughter’s Killer — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY

July 13th

Big Timber: Season 2 🇨🇦– NETFLIX SERIES
D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Hurts Like Hell 🇹🇭– NETFLIX SERIES
Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Sintonia: Season 3 🇧🇷– NETFLIX SERIES
Under the Amalfi Sun 🇮🇹– NETFLIX FILM

July 14th

Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight — NETFLIX FAMILY
Resident Evil — NETFLIX SERIES

July 15th

Country Queen 🇰🇪– NETFLIX SERIES
Love Goals (Jaadugar) 🇮🇳– NETFLIX FILM
Mom, Don’t Do That! 🇹🇼– NETFLIX SERIES
Persuasion — NETFLIX FILM
Remarriage & Desires 🇰🇷– NETFLIX SERIES

July 16th


July 18th

Live is Life 🇪🇸– NETFLIX FILM
My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along — NETFLIX FAMILY
StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Collection 2: Learn to Read — NETFLIX FAMILY
Too Old for Fairy Tales 🇵🇱– NETFLIX FILM

July 19th

David A. Arnold: It Ain’t For the Weak — NETFLIX COMEDY

July 20th

Bad Exorcist: Seasons 1-2 🇵🇱– NETFLIX SERIES
Virgin River: Season 4 — NETFLIX SERIES

July 21st

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Season 5 — NETFLIX FAMILY

July 22nd

Blown Away: Season 3 🇨🇦– NETFLIX SERIES
ONE PIECE: New Episodes

July 25th

Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 5 — NETFLIX FAMILY

July 26th

August: Osage County
Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl

July 27th

Car Masters: Rust to Riches: Season 4 — NETFLIX SERIES
Dream Home Makeover: Season 3 — NETFLIX SERIES
The Most Hated Man on the Internet — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Rebelde: Season 2 🇲🇽– NETFLIX SERIES

July 28th

A Cut Above 🇧🇷– NETFLIX FILM
Another Self 🇹🇷– NETFLIX SERIES
Keep Breathing — NETFLIX SERIES
Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation 🇫🇷– NETFLIX FAMILY

July 29th

The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem: Season 2 🇮🇱– NETFLIX SERIES
Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time 🇯🇵– NETFLIX ANIME
The Entitled 🇵🇭– NETFLIX FILM
Purple Hearts — NETFLIX FILM
Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series — NETFLIX FAMILY

July 31st

The Wretched

What to Stream on Disney Plus

July 1

50 Shades Of Sharks
The Birth Of Big Air
The Good, The Bad, The Hungry
Hawaiian: The Legend Of Eddie Aikau
Raging Bull Shark
Slaying The Badger
World’s Biggest Tiger Shark?
World’s Biggest Great White?
Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making Of Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness

July 4

America The Beautiful

July 6
PJ Masks Season 5
Ms. Marvel Season 1: Episode 5

July 8
The Wonderful Summer Of Mickey Mouse

July 13
Chibi Tiny Tales: Season 1
Life Below Zero: Next Generation Season 4
Spidey And His Amazing Friends Season 1 (4 episodes)
Ms. Marvel Season 1 finale

July 15
Zombies 3

July 20

Mira, Royal Detective Season 2 (4 episodes)
Siempre Fui Yo
Tudo Igual… Só Que Não

July 27
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series: Season 3 premiere

What to Stream on HBO Max

July 1

A Kind of Murder, 2016 (HBO)
A Simple Plan, 1998 (HBO)
Act of Valor, 2012 (HBO)
Angels in the Outfield, 1951
Arbitrage, 2012 (HBO)
Backstabbing for Beginners, 2018 (HBO)
Baggage Claim, 2013 (HBO)
Blanes Esquina Muller (Blanes St and Muller), 2020 (HBO)
Bringing Out the Dead, 1999 (HBO)
Catch a Fire, 2006 (HBO)
Code of Silence, 1985 (HBO)
Confidence, 2003 (HBO)
David Copperfield, 1935
Doctor Who: Eve of Daleks, Special
Frank Miller’s Sin City, 2005 (HBO) (Unrated Version)
Godzilla, 1998
Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1969
Hollow Man, 2000 (HBO) (Director’s Cut)
How to Screw It All Up (Cómo mandarlo todo a la mierda), Max Original Season 1 Premiere
I Spy, 2002
Indecent Proposal, 1993 (HBO)
Julia, 2009 (HBO)
La Ciudad De Las Fieras (City of Wild Beasts), 2021 (HBO)
Last Night in Soho, 2021 (HBO)
Lisztomania, 1975
Lone Survivor, 2013 (HBO)
Lord of War, 2005 (HBO)
Losing Isaiah, 1995 (HBO)
Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter, 1968
Mrs. Winterbourne, 1996
One for the Money, 2012 (HBO)
Overboard, 1987 (HBO)
Pawn Sacrifice, 2014 (HBO)
Postcards From the Edge (1990)
Rio 2, 2014 (HBO)
Running Scared, 1986 (HBO)
Safe, 2012 (HBO)
She’s Having a Baby, 1988 (HBO)
Sleepers, 1996 (HBO)
Sleepless in Seattle, 1993
Snow Day, 2000 (HBO)
Spy Kids, 2001
Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams, 2002
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over, 2003
Suite Francaise, 2014 (HBO)
That Awkward Moment, 2014 (HBO)
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, 1947
The Con is On, 2018 (HBO)
The Counselor, 2013 (HBO) (Extended Version)
The Great American Pastime, 1956
The Heat, 2013 (HBO) (Extended Version)
The Impossible, 2012 (HBO)
The Legends of Zorro, 2005
The Other Woman, 2014 (HBO)
The Plot Thickens, Season 3 Premiere
The Raid 2, 2014
The Satanic Rites of Dracula, 1974
The World’s End, 2013 (HBO)
This is Elvis, 1981
Thoroughbreds, 2017 (HBO)
Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, 2012
Warrior, 2011 (HBO)
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, 1993 (HBO)

July 2

Before Midnight, 2022
Sidewalk Stories, 1989

July 7

Miss S, Max Original Season 1 Premiere
The Visitors, Max Original Season 1 Premiere

July 9

Mad Max: Fury Road, 2015

July 10

The Anarchists, Limited Documentary Series Premiere (HBO)

July 11

Tuca & Bertie, Season 3 Premiere

July 12

Craig of the Creek, Season 4C Premiere
Edge of the Earth, Sports Documentary Series Premiere (HBO)
The Bob’s Burgers Movie, 2022 (HBO)

July 14

FBoy Island, Max Original Season 2 Premiere
Vote for Juan (Vota Juan), Season 1
Vote for Juan (Vamos Juan), Season 2
Vote for Juan (Venga Juan), Max Original Season 3 Premiere

July 15

Kung Fu, Season 2 Premiere
The Rehearsal, Comedy Series Premiere (HBO)

July 16

Godzilla, 2014 (HBO)

July 17

Rat in the Kitchen, Season 1 Premiere

July 19

We Baby Bears, Season 1D Premiere

July 21

Almost Fly, Max Original Season 1 Premiere
Pacto Brutal—O Assassinato de Daniella Perex, Max Original Documentary Series
Rap Sh!t, Max Original Season 1 Premiere
The Last Movie Stars, Max Original 6-Part Documentary Premiere

July 23

Walker, Season 2 Premiere

July 26

Bugs Bunny Builders, Season 1A Premiere

July 27

We Met in Virtual Reality, Original Documentary Premiere (HBO)

July 28

Citizen Ashe, Max Original Premiere
Love Monster, Max Original Season 3 Premiere
Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, Max Original Season 1 Premiere
Wellington Paranormal, Season 4 Premiere

July 29

Superman & Lois, Season 2 Premiere
The Milestone Generation, 2022

What to Stream on Hulu

July 1

The Princess (2022)
Are You The One?: Complete Season 1
Black Ink Crew: Complete Seasons 5 & 6
Feud: Complete Season 1
Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta: Complete Seasons 4 & 5
Rupaul’s Drag Race: Complete Season 9
Survivor: Complete Seasons 38 & 39
The Amazing Race: Complete Season 32
The Challenge: Complete Season 34
127 Hours (2010)
Any Given Sunday (1999)
Because I Said So (2007)
Big Trouble In Little China (1986)
Billboard Dad (1999)
Black Knight (2001)
Bogus (1996)
Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)
Bride Wars (2009)
Cadillac Records (2008)
Closed Circuit (2013)
Contraband (2012)
Death Race (2008)
The Descendants (2011)
The Expendables (2010)
The Expendables 2 (2012)
The Expendables 3 (2014)
First Knight (1995)
Ghost Rider (2007)
Godsend (2004)
The Gospel According To André (2017)
Heist (2001)
Hysteria (2012)
Independence Day (1996)
Insidious (2011)
John Dies At The End (2012)
Joy Ride (2001)
Jumanji (1995)
Knock Knock (2015)
Kung Fu Hustle (2005)
The Last Circus (2010)
The Last Days On Mars (2013)
Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga’hoole (2010)
The Librarian: Quest For The Spear (2004)
The Librarian: Return To King Solomon’s Mines (2006)
The Librarian: Curse Of The Judas Chalice (2008)
Little Richard (2000)
Maid In Manhattan (2002)
The Man Who Knew Too Little (1997)
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994)
Milk (2008)
Money Train (1995)
Nim’s Island (2008)
Passport To Paris (1999)
Poseidon (2006)
Post Grad (2009)
Que Pena Tu Vida (2016)
Rachel Getting Married (2008)
Radio (2003)
The Replacement Killers (1998)
School Daze (1988)
Sexy Beast (1999)
The Sitter (2010)
Sorry To Bother You (2018)
Step Up (2006)
Step Up 2 The Streets (2008)
Step Up 3d (2010)
Switching Goals (1999)
Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby (2006)
Taxi (1998)
Te Presento A Laura (2010)
That’s My Boy (2012)
The Tourist (2010)
Urban Legend (1998)
Urban Legends: The Final Cut (2000)
Urban Legends: Bloody Mary (2005)
The Watch (2012)
The Wave (2015)
What’s Love Got To Do With It (1993)
Working Girl (1988)

July 2

Asking For It (2021)

July 5

Ginger’s Tale (2020)

July 6

Maggie: Complete Season 1

July 7

How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom: Complete Season 1 (Dubbed)
Ultrasound (2021)

July 8

Generation Gap: Series Premiere
Press Your Luck: Season 4 Premiere
Rehearsals (Hazarot): Complete Season 1
Minamata (2022)

July 9

Gold (2021)

July 10

Killing Eve: Complete 4th and Final Season

July 11

The $100,000 Pyramid: Season 6 Premiere
Celebrity Family Feud: Season 8 Premiere
Real Housewives of Potomac: Complete Season 6
The Final Straw: Series Premiere
Who Do You Think You Are?: Series Premiere
Curious George (2006)

July 12

Missing: Complete Season 1
The Bachelorette: Season 19 Premiere
Claim to Fame: Series Premiere
The Bob’s Burgers Movie (2022)

July 13

Solar Opposites: Complete Season 3
The Case Study of Vanitas: Complete Season 1 (Dubbed)
What We Do in the Shadows: Season 4 Premiere

July 14

Victoria’s Secret: Angels And Demons: Complete Documentary Series
Everything’s Trash: Series Premiere
Room 203 (2022)

July 15

Cooks vs. Cons: Complete Season 1
Cutthroat Kitchen: Complete Season 14
Deadly Women: Complete Season 13
Murder Comes To Town: Complete Seasons 1–3
Obsession: Dark Desires: Complete Seasons 4 & 5
The Bachelorette: Complete Season 10
Centurion (2010)
Filth (2013)
Hobo With A Shotgun (2011)
I’m Still Here (2010)
Ragnarok (2013)
Sex, Guaranteed (2017)
Venus And Serena (2012)
Viva (2015)

July 17

The Hater (2022)

July 18

The Cursed (2021)

July 19

Aftershock (2022)

July 21

American Horror Stories: Season 2 Premiere
Grown-ish: Season 5 Premiere
Milkwater (2020)
You Are Not My Mother (2021)

July 22

All My Friends Hate Me (2021)

July 24

Topside (2022)

July 25

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017)

July 26

Santa Evita: Complete Limited Series Premiere

July 29

Not Okay (2022)
The Americans: Complete Series
Hatching (2022)

July 31

A Day To Die (2022)
Client 9 (2010)

What to Stream on Apple TV Plus

July 8

Black Bird

July 22

Best Foot Forward

July 29


What to Stream on Amazon Prime

TV shows to Prime Video in July 2022

July 1

Alternatino With Arturo Castro S1 (2019)
The Terminal List (2022)
Very Cavallari (2018)

July 8

Warriors on the Field (2022)

July 15

Forever Summer: Hamptons (2022)

July 29

Paper Girls (2022)

Movies to Prime Video in July 2022

July 1

16-Love (2012)
1UP (2022)
52 Pick-Up (1986)
A Feral World (2020)
A Hologram for the King (2016)
A Very Brady Sequel (1996)
Adventure Boyz (2020)
Aeon Flux (2005)
Ali (2001)
Ali Director’s Cut (2001)
All Roads to Pearla (2019)
As Long as We Both Shall Live (2016)
Attack of the Unknown (2020)
Awaken The Shadowman (2017)
Barry Munday (2010)
Betrayed (1988)
Blown Away (1994)
Blue Jay (2016)
Body of Evidence (1993)
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
Broadway Danny Rose (1984)
Cadillac Man (1990)
Call of the Wolf (2017)
Cedar Rapids (2011)
Changeland (2019)
Chasing Molly (2019)
Clueless (1995)
Coffy (1973)
Cotton Comes to Harlem (1970)
Coyotaje (2019)
Criminal Law (1988)
Cruel Hearts (2020)
Cruiser (2020)
Dark Blue (2003)
Dark Waters (2019)
Dave Made A Maze (2017)
DC Noir (2019)
Dead Ringers (1988)
Drillbit Taylor (2008)
Easy Does It (2020)
Europa Report (2013)
Eye Of The Needle (1981)
Four Feathers (2002)
Forev (2014)
French Postcards (1979)
Frisky (2015)
Futureworld (1976)
Gino’s Wife (2016)
Gladiator (2000)
Good Neighbors (2011)
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)
Here Comes the Devil (2012)
High-Rise (2016)
Hobo with a Shotgun (2011)
Hot Dog…The Movie (1984)
Hot Fuzz (2007)
In Action (2021)
Infinitum: Subject Unknown (2021)
Internal Affairs (1990)
Into the Blue (2005)
Iris Warriors (2022)
Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
Jamie Marks Is Dead (2014)
Jennifer’s Body (2009)
Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011)
John Dies at the End (2012)
Kiltro (2006)
Lincoln (2012)
Little Man Tate (1991)
Loves Spell (2020)
Lust For Love (2014)
Mandela (1997)
Midnight in Paris (2011)
Moments in Spacetime (2001)
No Way to Live (2017)
Party With Me (2021)
Patriot Games (1992)
Pieces of April (2003)
Play the Game (2009)
Pretty Ugly People (2008)
Racing With The Moon (1984)
Raging Bull (1980)
Revolutionary Road (2009)
Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
Runner (2018)
Say Your Prayers (2021)
Slash (2016)
Son of God (2014)
Speed (1994)
Stay (2021)
Stuff (2017)
Sunset Song (2016)
Swiped (2018)
Switchback (1997)
The Arbors (2020)
The Fighter (2010)
The Fighting Temptations (2003)
The General’s Daughter (1999)
The Gospel According to Andre (2018)
The Honor Farm (2017)
The Hunted (2003)
The Italian Job (2003)
The Mongolian Connection (2019)
The Pirates! Band Of Misfits (2012)
The Posthuman Project (2014)
The Queen of Versailles (2012)
The Republic of Two (2014)
The Rest of Us (2020)
The Sum of All Fears (2002)
The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
The Time Machine (2002)
Tucked (2018)
Unicorn City (2012)
Venus and Serena (2012)
Virtuosity (1995)
Wargames (1983)
We Love You, Sally Carmichael! (2017)
We Take The Low Road (2020)
When Icarus Fell (2018)
Yentl (1984)

July 2

House of Gucci (2021)

July 15

Don’t Make Me Go (2022)

July 22

Anything’s Possible (2022)
Prizefighter (2022)

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Top 2022-23 Fantasy Football Rookies | Men’s Journal



Top 2022-23 Fantasy Football Rookies | Men’s Journal

Rookies are one of the hardest pieces of the fantasy football puzzle to put into place, but they also present a pretty good value opportunity if you’re able to get them right. Lots of fantasy general managers spent early picks in 2021 on Steelers running back Najee Harris, and he rewarded them with one of the best fantasy scoring seasons of anyone. Fewer spent high picks on Bengals receiver Ja’Marr Chase, but those who did found themselves with one of the most productive wide receivers in fantasy. Others made late-year waiver pickups of Lions receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown, who starred down the stretch.

Let’s talk about six rookies who merit consideration in 2022 fantasy roster decisions. My qualification to give you this information is that I watch a lot of college football, which you, too, can do. I also took Chase in the fifth round of my draft last year, which essentially makes me the ultimate authority on all things “drafting rookies for our fake football leagues” (or something). The top of the 2022 draft tilted heavily toward defense, which makes it harder to take a stab at rookie fantasy contributors. But let’s try anyway.

Drake London, Falcons WR

The Falcons made London the first receiver pick in the draft—No. 8 overall—and there’s good reason to think they’ll rely on him right away. London is one of those dreamy receivers who has top-end speed, a big frame, and oven mitts for hands. He fractured his right ankle last October at USC but seems healthy heading into the season, and he should get the ball a lot, both because he’s good and because the Falcons are not drowning in other receiving options beyond second-year tight end Kyle Pitts. Whether Marcus Mariota can efficiently get London the ball is another matter, but someone’s got to rack up catches on any NFL team. Atlanta does not have a better candidate than London.

George Pickens, Steelers WR

The Steelers have a lot of credibility in the wide receiver drafting department, and Pickens, their second-rounder this year, is their latest attempt to find high-end production outside the first round. It’s worked with Antonio Brown, Emmanuel Sanders, Mike Wallace, Diontae Johnson, and a few others, and early indications are that it might work with Pickens, who has been the talk of training camp. Injuries cost Pickens a lot of games during his college career at Georgia, but he’s a big target (a listed 6’3″ and 200 pounds) and has the athleticism and ball-tracking ability to clown defensive backs. It’s not clear who will play quarterback for the Steelers, and you shouldn’t look to draft QB Kenny Pickett unless you’re in a keeper league. But Pickens might turn out to be a major fantasy contributor right away.

Breece Hall, Jets RB

Hall was an awesome college running back at Iowa State. The league’s devaluation of running backs in the draft meant that despite being the first running back picked, Hall’s name didn’t get called until the second round, 36th overall. He should probably go around that same pick in 2022 fantasy drafts, but it’s worth keeping in mind the format: Hall was not a hugely prolific pass-catcher at Iowa State, so he might be worth an earlier pick in standard scoring formats than point-per-reception leagues. An injury to the Jets’ star left tackle, Mekhi Becton, is a significant problem, but it also might mean Jets QB Zach Wilson has to offload a bunch of quick passes to players near the line of scrimmage—maybe like his running back.

Skyy Moore, Chiefs WR

Moore was a receptions machine at Western Michigan last year, when he caught 95 balls. The AFC West is not exactly the MAC, but Moore has a few things going for him. Namely, Patrick Mahomes is throwing him the ball, and the Chiefs traded their best receiver, Tyreek Hill, to the Dolphins after last year. Mahomes has plenty of other options and Moore does not seem likely to start early in the season, but he’s probably worth a look as a No. 3 or 4 fantasy receiver with upside. There’s a non-absurd world in which Mahomes takes a quick liking to him and Moore is the most productive rookie fantasy wideout.

Kenneth Walker III, Seahawks RB

Walker is a special running back who, at Michigan State, showed a knack for getting yards even when his offensive line didn’t bulldoze big holes or get much forward push on his behalf. He’s going to need to tap into that in Seattle, because the Seahawks have quite possibly the worst offensive line in the NFL. He’s also not a clear-cut No. 1 on the depth chart and might need some time to overtake Rashaad Penny. But the good news for Walker’s fantasy value is that the Seahawks have a brutal QB situation, with either Geno Smith or Drew Lock starting. They’ll have to run the ball and throw checkdowns, and both of those would benefit Walker’s Year 1 fantasy value. He’s a potential late-round value pickup.

WanDale Robinson, Giants WR/RB

It’d be a big risk to take Robinson before the last few rounds, but: Think about him! He is a quintessential Swiss army knife player who has expansive college experience as both a running back and receiver. The Giants offense may be a bleak scene, but in PPR leagues, Robinson might generate real value as a slot wideout. And I very much hope this doesn’t happen, but if Saquon Barkley’s health problems continue atop the Giants’ running back depth chart, it seems reasonable that Robinson will get even more touches, no matter where the Giants decide to line him up in their formations. He hasn’t been a true running back in three years, but for fantasy purposes, all touches are good touches.


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How to Disconnect From Social Media | Men’s Journal



How to Disconnect From Social Media | Men's Journal

What does social media have in common with cave drawings, the printing press, and the telephone?

They’re all part of an elite group of inventions we celebrate for having revolutionized the very nature of human communication. They were so instrumental in our civilization’s advancement that we think of history as divided into the periods before and after each. For social media, that distinction came in 2003 with the release of Myspace. Although we didn’t realize it at the time, our relationships, culture, and way of life were on the precipice of an extraordinary and irreversible transformation—one that history will judge as either a giant leap forward for mankind or a stumble into the abyss.

The best and worst of social media

At its best, social media leads to unlikely friendships, positive social movements, and connections that transcend physical distance. At its worst, social media amplifies the darkest instincts of human nature. It fuels jealousy and anger, provides a safe harbor for hatred, and feeds into a mob mentality.

Instead of using social media for good, advanced algorithms give bad actors the power to reinforce unconscious bias, sow distrust, and foster cultural balkanization by controlling the flow of information. While initially unassuming, social media has proven to be the most powerful weapon in human history.

Young people are at greater risk

Unfortunately, today’s hyper-connected world often portrays life as a competition, which is entirely the wrong mindset. It isn’t about winning or losing; it’s about being present in the moment. How can someone be happy and live a life of impact if they never feel good enough? Comparison is the thief of joy, and while promoting life as a zero-sum game is far from new, social media has lent credibility to this dangerous concept.

In 1954, psychologist Leon Festinger introduced Social Comparison Theory. His working hypothesis was that individuals unconsciously determine their level of self-worth by comparing themselves with others. Much of his research centered on social comparison bias and the causation between comparison and feelings of injustice, depression, and jealousy. Dr. Festinger found that this practice can impact a person’s mental health and result in substance abuse, self-harm, and eating disorders.

A recent study concluded that “social media use was associated with a greater likelihood of…depressive symptoms.” While the study focused on adults, younger people are at even greater risk. Many young people fail to realize that social media influencers manipulate their videos and are multi-million-dollar brands that only reveal what sponsors want you to see.

In the past, beauty magazines came under fire for promoting an unattainable standard. Social media companies are involved in these same disturbing practices—except they have unprecedented access into the minds of our children. Advertisers can reinforce harmful messages each time a young person checks their device, which, for many, is a lot! What chance does a teenager (or younger) have at defending themselves against sophisticated, scientifically developed marketing campaigns designed to reinforce social comparison bias? The answer: little chance at all.

Learn to detach

Even with these flaws, social media itself is not inherently evil. It can be a powerful tool if we rethink how we use it, become more aware of its dangers, and teach our children how to consume content responsibly (let’s be honest, adults need to work on that too). With its widespread adoption across society, eliminating social media from your life is unrealistic, but limiting it is not. Along with being healthy, setting limits can help you achieve your goals. Success requires focus, dedication, and time; the countless hours wasted scrolling through videos could be time spent bettering yourself.

I invite you to unplug each Saturday by turning off your screens and silencing distractions. While limiting your digital access won’t be easy, it’ll be well worth it. Here are two essential things to remember when you do:

1. Accountability: Tell a friend or family member what you’re doing, preferably someone who is with you a lot. They can be your support system and help you remain accountable.
2. Resiliency: Don’t be too hard on yourself for slipping up. Just be prepared to get back on track and keep moving forward. At the same time, that’s not an excuse to give it anything less than 100 percent.

We’ve all been convinced that life is about staying connected. After spending some time making memories with friends and being present with family, you’ll realize that life isn’t about staying connected; it’s about experiencing genuine connections.

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Best Gin Experiences in London, Birthplace of the Martini Cart



The Sipsmith Distillery in London

Ordering a gin martini at the bar might be a modern day signal of impeccable taste, but like other once-villainized spirits (we’re looking at you, absinthe), gin is actually marked by a surprisingly contentious history. Over the years, the juniperus spirit has experienced quite the revamp—going from London’s public enemy No.1 to one of the most popular in the world.

Today, you can find quality craft gin nearly anywhere you look. It’s imbued with flavorful, local botanicals that help tell the story of the bottle’s terroir. It’s London, though, where gin has (literally) made a name for itself. It’s also where visitors can experience some of the most interesting ways to taste a variety of London Dry Gins, from the city’s opulent gin palaces to tableside martini services fit for the queen herself.

An Abbreviated History of Mother’s Ruin

We’re not going to lie: London in the early 1700s sounds like a tough place to be. The city was practically drowning in alcohol—as the notorious Gin Craze took over the city. At the time, a reported one in four homes were distilling what they called “the mother’s ruin.” In 1730, there were an estimated 7,000 gin “distilleries” that dotted the city. Lower-class Londoners took to concocting a rudimentary and dangerous, form of gin. It’s a far cry from the London Dry variety we enjoy today. In place of the rich, herbaceous flavors we know gin for now, Londoners were adding ingredients such as turpentine, sulphuric acid, and even sawdust into their moonshine-esque liquor.

After a number of unfortunate gin-related deaths, Parliament was forced to take action by requiring the acquisition of a distiller’s license, and introducing bills to further limit the creation of gin—chief among them the 1751 Gin Act, which drastically curbed the number of “distillers” in the city by prohibiting them from selling to unlicensed merchants and increasing fees.

The London Dry style

“Following the gin craze, a time in the 1700s when many associated gin with the perils of overconsumption and poverty, gin’s image started to be rehabilitated in the 1800s with the emergence of the more refined London Dry style of gin,” says Sipsmith Master Distiller Jared Brown. “The London Dry style was synonymous with high-quality craftsmanship as it was often enjoyed neat in the gin palaces of the times.”

Brown tells us the London Dry style developed in response to new distillation methods. This allowed the gin to adopt a more refined taste. Despite its name, “London Dry” differs from other spirits like tequila and bourbon in that distillers can make it anywhere in the world. It must meet two specific criteria in order to earn the distinction of London Dry: 51 percent of the botanical mix must be juniper and no flavoring can be added after distillation.

Today, gin is distilled and enjoyed everywhere, but it was London that put it on the map. In classy, members-only haunts, high-end cocktail bars, and opulent gin palaces, the juniperus spirit remains the talk of the town.

London’s Most Iconic Gin Experiences

Jamie Steveson

1. Tour the Sipsmith Distillery

When Sipsmith started making London Dry gin in 2009, it was the first distillery to open in London proper in over 200 years. It was paving the way for a “ginaissance” that has led dozens of other distilleries to open their doors in London since. Brown says that once it was decided by the founders that they wanted to create a gin true to tradition, “I went to work, researching gin recipes from the 1700s and 1800s to find the perfect Sipsmith recipe.”

“The result is a recipe that uses botanicals, an ABV level and distillation techniques, including maceration of botanicals, copper pot still distillation and the one-shot method, that were traditionally used by some of the original gin distillers in London.”

Visitors to London are able to stop by Sipsmith, located in the charming neighborhood of Chiswick. Here’s where they make magic. If you happen to be visiting London during Wimbledon, you can also sip on gin-laden spritzes from their dedicated bar. Sipsmith is the official gin partner of the iconic tennis tournament.

The bar and martini cart at Dukes

2. Order a tableside martini from Dukes

There is perhaps no place that delivers more of an authentic “London” cocktail experience than Dukes. It’s a small but mighty bar inside a refined hotel by the same name in the neighborhood of St. James’s. For more than a decade, Dukes has been the domain of head bartender Alessandro Palazzi, who gets to treat nearly every patron to the classic Dukes’ martini experience (it would be borderline blasphemous to order anything else there).

It was a favorite of James Bond author Ian Fleming. He enjoyed it so much that it eventually inspired 007’s signature order: the Vesper Martini. That’s how classic the Dukes martini is. Dukes prepares it tableside on a century-old rosewood trolley. Expect a cocktail so stiff that it’s against the rules there to enjoy more than two in an evening.

Preparing a martini at The Connaught
The Connaught

3. Choose your own bitters at The Connaught

The Connaught Hotel in Mayfair is the definition of posh. In fact, it’s the only hotel with permission to use the Buckingham Palace “royal red” for its carpets. Members of the British monarchy have come by for decades. Its namesake bar has been dubbed one of the world’s 50 best. This is largely thanks to its highly experiential Dry Martin, complete with a tableside martini trolley. Ordering one is sort of like a choose-your-own-adventure deal, from the gin selection (you can always stick with the bar’s own, which they distill right there at the hotel), to the flavor of bitters you prefer.

Your choice between eight house bitters could imbue your martini with flavors from cardamom to lavender to tonka. You get the chance to smell them beforehand through parfumerie-like flavor cards. Next, all there is to do is sit back and relax while they shake and pour your cocktail from daring heights—all the while infusing it with a fresh lemon twist.

Interior of the Viaduct Tavern in London
Viaduct Tavern

4. Explore the City’s Victorian Gin Palaces

Stepping into one of London’s grand gin palaces is like experiencing a time machine. These 19th-century bars came about in the 1830s, just on the cusp of the Victorian Era. Known for their elaborate decor, having even a simple gin and tonic becomes an experience. One of the most popular includes the Argyll Arms, which dates back to 1868 and remains largely unchanged from its original design. One of the most stunning examples is the Viaduct Tavern. Open since 1869, it features etched glass panels, detailed paintings, and an original Lincrusta ceiling and a cashier’s booth. Lacking history but making up for it with quirk is Mr. Foggs Gin Parlour, which resembles the gin palaces of yesteryear.

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