All the movies and TV shows hitting Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime in July 2020

A pair of comedy classics and a critically acclaimed documentary series highlight the new entertainment coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu in July 2020.

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With the restart of summer movie season once again pushed back due to the coronavirus outbreak and drive-in theaters in Massachusetts mostly showing classic titles, July is shaping up to be another month of entertainment dominated by streaming.

Luckily, streaming giants like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime still have plenty of new releases coming up, as well as some old favorites.

Here’s the full list of new movies and TV shows arriving on the three platforms, as well as our must-watch picks from each company.



Top pick: “Best in Show”

The comedy world lost a titan in May when Fred Willard passed away at the age of 86. Hulu has added four of Willard’s collaborations with mockumentary filmmaker Christopher Guest to its library with “A Mighty Wind,” “Best in Show,” “For Your Consideration,” and “Waiting for Guffman.” All of them are worth your time, but Willard’s turn as a clueless dog show announcer in “Best in Show” is in a class all its own.


July 1
“The Axe Murders of Villisca”
“The Bellboy”
“Best In Show”
“Between Us”
“Beyond the Valley of the Dolls”
“Boogie Woogie”
“The Bounty”
“A Bridge Too Far”
“Brokedown Palace”
“Buffy, the Vampire Slayer”
“California Dreamin’”
“Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter”
“Catcher Was A Spy”
“The Catechism Cataclysm”
“Change of Plans”
“Cheech & Chong’s Still Smokin’”
“Citizen Soldier”
“The Client”
“Cold War”
“The Color Purple”
“A Complete History of My Sexual Failures”
“The Cured”
“Danger Close”
“Dark Touch”
“Day Night Day Night”
“The Devil’s Candy”
“The Devil’s Rejects”
“Die Hard 4 (Live Free or Die Hard)”
“Downhill Racer”
“The Edukators”
“Eloise’s Lover”
“The Eye”
“The Eye 2”
“An Eye for a Eye”
“Father of My Children”
“52 Pick-Up”
“Filth & Wisdom”
“The Flat”
“For Your Consideration”
“The Forbidden Kingdom”
“Forgetting Sarah Marshall”
“The Forgiveness of Blood”
“Freddy Vs Jason”
“Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare”
“Girls! Girls! Girls!”
“Grizzly Man”
“Hateship, Loveship”
“Hornet’s Nest”
“Hot Rod”
“House of 1000 Corpses”
“The House That Jack Built”
“The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete”
“Iron Eagle IV: On the Attack”
“Justin Bieber: Never Say Never”
“A Kid Like Jake”
“Kung Pow: Enter the Fist”
“The Last Mistress”
“Len and Company”
“Liar, Liar”
“Love Songs”
“The Man from London”
“The Man Who Could Cheat Death”
“March of the Penguins”
“Mary Shelley”
“A Mighty Wind”
“My Cousin Vinny”
“The Necessities of Life”
“Nick Nolte: No Exit”
“Nights and Weekends”
“The Ninth Gate”
“Norma Rae”
“The Patsy”
“Phase IV”
“Post Grad”
“Rabbit Hole”
“Rebel in the Rye”
“Right at Your Door”
“Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”
“Room of Death”
“Search for General Tso Chicken”
“The Shock Doctrine”
“The Shrine”
“Speed 2: Cruise Control”
“Spider-Man 3”
“Spring Forward”
“Starting Out in the Evening”
“A Storks Journey”
“Sugar Hill”
“Sunset Strip”
“Tales From the Golden Age”
“Tank 432”
“The Tenant”
“Tetsuo III: The Bullet Man”
“Things to Come”
“This Christmas”
“Three Blind Mice”
“Three Musketeers”
“Trapped Model”
“The Trip”
“The Trip to Italy”
“The Trip to Spain”
“The Truth About Cats & Dogs”
“12 and Holding”
“2001 Maniacs”
“Waiting for Guffman”
“Waiting Room”
“We Are What We Are”
“We Have Pope”
“The Weather Man”
“The Wedding Planner”
“West Side Story”
“When A Man Comes Home”


July 2
“The Whistlers”

July 3
“I Am Not Your Negro”
“To The Stars”

July 10
“Palm Springs” 

July 11
“China: The Panda Adventure”
“The Secret of Life on Earth”

July 13
“My Scientology Movie”
“The Rest Of Us”

July 15
“The Weekend”

July 19
“Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love”

July 20
“The Assistant”

July 21
“The Last Full Measure” 

July 25

July 26
“2099: The Soldier Protocol”

July 27
“Good Deeds”

July 30
“The Flood”

TV Shows/Specials

Top TV pick: “Shark Week”

Sharks have taken a backseat to social distancing as the primary concern of beachgoers this summer. Nevertheless, Hulu has added two years’ worth of Discovery Channel’s shark-themed material for your seasonal enjoyment.


July 1
“The American Farm”: Complete Season 1
“BBQ Rig Race”: Complete Season 1
“Beyond the Headlines: The College Admissions Scandal with Gretchen Carlson”: Complete Season 1
“Biography: Chris Farley – Anything for a Laugh”
“Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction”: Special
“Buddy vs. Duff”: Complete Season 1
“Burgers, Brew & ‘Que”: Complete Seasons 1-3, 5
“The Day I Picked My Parents”: Complete Season 1
“Deadly Women”: Complete Season 13
“Eat, Sleep, BBQ”: Complete Season 1
“Family By the Ton”: Complete Season 2
“Ghost Hunters”: Complete Season 1
“The Grill Dads”: Complete Season 1
“Homicide Hunter”: Complete Season 9
“House Hunters”: Complete Season 154 – 159
“Intervention”: Complete Season 20
“Jamie and Doug Plus One”: Complete Season 1
“Kids BBQ Championship”: Complete Season 1 & 2
“Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath”: Complete Season 3
“Man vs. Master: Chef Battle”: Complete Season 1
“Married at First Sight”: Complete Seasons 1-3
“90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days”: Complete Season 3
“90 Day Fiance: The Other Way”: Complete Season 1
“1000-lb Sisters”: Complete Season 1
“Psychic Kids”: Complete Season 1
“Say Yes to the Nest”: Complete Season 1
“Seven Year Switch”: Complete Seasons 1 & 2
“Sex Sent Me to the ER”: Complete Season 3
“Shark Week 2018”
“Shark Week 2019”
“The Strongest Man In History”: Complete Season 1
“The Toe Bro”: Complete Season 1
“Twisted Sisters”: Complete Season 2
“UFOs: Secret Alien Technology”
“UFOs: Secret Missions Exposed”
“Ultimate Summer Cook-Off”: Complete Season 1
“Unexpected”: Complete Season 3
“Unpolished”: Complete Season 1
“The UnXplained with William Shatner”: Complete Season 1
“Welcome to Plathville”: Complete Season 1


July 10
“Cake”: Season 3 Premiere
“CMA”: Best of Fest: Special
“Smile Down the Runway”: Season 1, Episodes 1-8

July 13
“Crossing Swords”: Series Premiere
“Don’t”: Series Premiere
“Into the Dark: Good Boy”: New Episode Premiere

July 15
“Diary of a Prosecutor”: Complete Season 1
“Plunderer”: Season 1, Episodes 1-12
“Promised Neverland”: Complete Season 1
“Search: WWW”: Complete Season 1

July 17
“Into the Dark: The Current Occupant”: New Episode Premiere

July 27
“Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On”: Complete Season 1

July 30
“In My Skin”: Complete Season 1



Top pick: “Airplane!”

Looking for a laugh? This 1980 disaster movie sendup provides more chuckles per minute than most, as Ted Striker (Robert Hays, “Homeward Bound”) attempts to win back his ex-girlfriend (Julie Hagerty, “Marriage Story”) amidst aeronautical calamity. If you want a second dose of Leslie Nielsen deadpan humor, Netflix is also adding “The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!” to its library this month.


July 1
“Anne Frank: Parallel Stories”
“A Bridge Too Far”
“A Thousand Words”
“A Walk to Remember”
“Batman: Mask of the Phantasm”
“Charlotte’s Web”
“Clash of the Titans”
“Cloud Atlas”
“David Foster: Off the Record”
“Definitely, Maybe”
“Delta Farce”
“Donnie Brasco”
“Double Jeopardy”
“Fiddler on the Roof”
“I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry”
“Killing Hasselhoff”
“Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events”
“Mean Streets”
“Million Dollar Baby”
“Paranormal Activity”
“Red Riding Hood”
“Schindler’s List”
“Sleepless in Seattle”
“Sleepy Hollow”
“Stand and Deliver”
“Starsky & Hutch”
“Sucker Punch”
“The Art of War”
“The Devil’s Advocate”
“The F—k-It List”
“The Firm”
“The Karate Kid”
“The Karate Kid Part II”
“The Karate Kid Part III”
“The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!”
“The Town”
“The Witches”
“This Christmas”
“Total Recall”


July 3

July 5

July 6
“A Kid From Coney Island”

July 7
“Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax”
“How Do You Know”

July 8
“The Long Dumb Road”
“Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado”

July 10
“The Old Guard”

July 14
“On est ensemble (We Are One)”

July 15
“Gli Infedeli (The Players)”

July 16
“Fatal Affair”
“Pride and Prejudice”

July 17

July 18
“The Notebook”

July 21
“Ip Man 4: The Finale”

July 22
“The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion”

July 23
“The Larva Island Movie”

July 24
“Animal Crackers”
“The Kissing Booth 2”
“Ofrenda a la tormenta”

July 26
“Banana Split”

July 29
“The Hater”

July 30
“Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie”


July 31
“Seriously Single”
“The Speed Cubers” 

TV Shows/Specials

Top pick: “The Last Dance”

If you missed ESPN’s critically acclaimed documentary series about the career of Michael Jordan, Netflix will add all 10 episodes to its library starting July 19.

July 1
“A Touch of Green”: Season 1
“Abby Hatcher”: Season 1
“Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt”: Season 2
“Cleo & Cuquin”: Season 2
“Deadwind”: Season 2
“Kingdom”: Season 1-3

July 2
“Thiago Ventura”: Pokas
“Warrior Nun”

July 3
“The Baby-Sitters Club”: Season 1
“Cable Girls”: Final Season Part 2
“JU-ON”: Origins
“Southern Survival” 

July 7
“Jim Jefferies: Intolerant”

July 8
“Stateless”: Season 1
“What Is Love?”
“Yu-Gi-Oh!”: Season 1”

July 9
“Japan Sinks”: 2020
“The Protector”: Season 4 

July 10
“The Claudia Kishi Club”
“Down to Earth with Zac Efron”
“The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants in Space”
“Dating Around: Brazil”
“The Twelve” ”


July 14
“The Business of Drugs”
“Urzila Carlson: Overqualified Loser” 

July 15
“Dark Desire”
“Skin Decisions: Before and After”
“Sunny Bunnies”: Season 1-2

July 16
“Indian Matchmaking” 

July 17

“Boca a Boca (Kissing Game)”

July 18
“Gigantosaurus”: Season 1

July 19
“The Last Dance”

July 21
“Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love”
“How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast)”: Season 2
“Jack Whitehall: I’m Only Joking”
“Street Food: Latin America” 

July 22
“Fear City: New York vs The Mafia”
“Love on the Spectrum”
“Norsemen: Season 3”

July 24
“A Cantar (Sing On! Spain)”
“Dragons: Rescue Riders: Secrets of the Songwing”
“In the Dark”: Season 2

July 26
“Shameless”: Season 10

July 28
“Jeopardy!”: Collection 6
“Last Chance U: Laney” 


July 29
“Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons”: Season 4 ”

July 30
“Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy” 

July 31
“Get Even”
“Latte and the Magic Waterstone”
“Sugar Rush: Extra Sweet”
“The Umbrella Academy”: Season 2
“Vis a Vis: El Oasis (Locked Up)” 




Top Pick: “First Cow”

Kelly Reichardt’s latest film never got a proper theatrical run before the pandemic, but you can catch the film now on on-demand services, including Amazon. Tune in to see the story of a cook who teams up with a Chinese immigrant to make a fortune in the Oregon Territory thanks to the only milking cow in their makeshift frontier town.


July 1
“52 Pick-Up”
“An Eye For An Eye”
“Big Fish”
“Cold War”
“Edge Of Darkness”
“Iron Eagle IV – On The Attack”
“Midnight In Paris”
“Nick And Norah’s Infinite Playlist”
“Panic Room”
“Phase IV”
“Pineapple Express”
“Rabbit Hole”
“Starting Out In The Evening”
“The Bounty”
“The Devil’s Rejects”
“The Eye”
“The Eye 2”
“The Forbidden Kingdom”
“The Inevitable Defeat Of Mister & Pete”

July 7
“The Tourist”

July 10
“First Cow”

July 11

July 15
“Shakuntala Devi: The Human Computer”
“The Weekend”

July 19
“Marianne & Leonard: Words Of Love”

July 24

July 26
“My Spy”

July 27
“Good Deeds”

TV Series/Specials

Top pick: “Antiques Roadshow”


The longtime PBS series was supposed to film in Boston in May, but had to hold off due to the coronavirus. If you’re like many others who have gotten to know their home and possessions better than ever during the pandemic, the 17th season of “Antiques Roadshow” will provide plenty of entertainment.

July 1
“Antiques Roadshow”: Season 17
“Arthur”: Season 1
“Bates Around the World”: Season 1
“Beyond the Pole”: Season 1
“Frankie Drake Mysteries”: Season 1
“Hidden”: Season 1
“Instinto”: Season 1
“Lego City Adventures”: Season 1
“Lone Ranger”: Season 1
“Modus”: Season 1
“Public Enemy”: Season 1
“Suits”: Season 9
“The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet”: Season 1

July 3
“Hanna”: Season 2

July 6
“The Fosters”: Seasons 1-5


July 17
“Absentia”: Season 3

July 24
“If You Give a Mouse a Cookie”
“Jim Gaffigan: Pale Tourist”

July 29
“Animal Kingdom”: Season 4

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