There aren't many new shows on TV, and the summer dog day, where repetition dominated the roost, is gone.
July is one of the busiest months of the year and offers a variety of services. From wacky comedies to tense dramas and documentaries, here are some things to watch out for:
In this comedy series, Maggie (Rebecca Rittenhouse, "Four Weddings and Funerals") is a woman in her mid-30s. .. Mental Surgery-But she happens to have real abilities. As she begins to see the future of her clients, her romantic life becomes complicated ... and it involves her.
Premiere date: July 6Hulu
"To you who liked you"
Starring Comedy Lana Condor ("To All the Boys"), directed by Erin Ehrlich ("Crazy X Girlfriend") and Lauren Lungerich ("My Block"). It revolves around high school seniors who live under the radar but want to be noticed by . One night she had a chance to make her life more spectacular, but the next morning she realized she was now a ghost. Hey, that happens.
Premiere date: July 8Netflix
Taron Egerton and Ray Liotta (one of his last roles) starring a true story-based psycho Thriller. When Jimmy Keane (Egerton), a high school football star and son of a police officer, was convicted of a drug trade, he was offered an option: because he spent 10 years in jail or was criminally insane. Make friends with the suspect's serial murderer (Paul Walter Hauser), who can be transferred to the largest security prison, and find out where the victim's body is buried. Based on Keane's true crime memoir, "With the Devil: Fallen Heroes, Serial Killers, and Dangerous Bargains for Redemption."
Premiere date: July 8AppleTV +
This reality series, sponsored by Kevin and Frankie Jonas (the more famous brothers Nick and Joe Jonas), is , Continue to 12. Relatives of celebrities who live in the same house keep their identities secret, challenge for prizes, and try to play "DNA detectives" with each other.
Premiere date: July 11th ABC (10 pm)
Created and starring by Phoebe Robinson ("2 Dope Queen") A Brooklyn-based podcaster in his thirties, following Phoebe (Robinson), his wild behavior threatens the success of her brother when he launches a political campaign.
Premiere date: July 13 Freeform (10 pm)
"Five Men a Week"
In each episode of this reality dating series, a new woman has five men in a week. Focuses on dating with. — Of course, during they all live in her house.
Premiere date: Lifetime July 13 (10 pm)
Sci-fi zombies offered in a new popular franchise. Fourteen years after the virus caused the apocalypse, Jade Wesker (Ella Balinska) tries to survive, trying to understand what happened to her sister.
Premiere: July 14Netflix
"Victoria's Secret: Angels and the Devil"
This documentary records the rise and fall of the famous lingerie empire, while also considering the relationship between former CEO Leslie Wexner and Jeffrey Epstein.
Premiere: July 14 Hulu
Science Fiction- The fi series that sounds like "Stranger Things" and "Yellowjackets". Based on the cartoon by Brian K. Vaughn ("Runaways"), he follows four girls on an adventure while delivering paper the morning after Halloween in 1988. During your journey, you will come across future versions. Of my own.
Premiere: July 29 Prime Video