With July approaching, you’re probably looking for something new to watch, but don’t worry, you won’t have to wait much longer.
almost Prime Video They will be releasing a slew of new content on their streaming platform, including several TV shows that we recommend you check out. From new shows to highly anticipated new seasons, some old classics, and even hidden gems, there will be plenty to watch on Prime Video for July 2023.
Horror Dolores Roach
This new series, based on the Broadway show Empanada Luca, follows a woman named Dolores who has recently been released from prison. After serving 16 years behind bars for a crime she didn’t commit, she returns home to her neighborhood, where she becomes a massage therapist in the basement of an empanada shop.
Dolores succeeds in her work and makes a reputation for herself, earning the nickname “Magic Hands”. However, her attempt to rebuild her life and achieve some semblance of normalcy is threatened when she and her friend Luis, owner of an empanada shop, are forced to make a difficult decision. This unfortunate chain of events leads to a somewhat unsettling mixture of murder and cannibalism.
With such a sudden development, it’s no wonder this story got off Broadway and exploded into the mainstream, first as a podcast and now as a show. The series stars Justina Machado as Dolores and Alejandro Hernandez as her partner in crime, Luis. Horror Dolores Roach It is set to premiere on Prime Video on July 7.
The Summer You Turned Pretty (Season 2)
After a successful first season, The summer you turned out to be beautiful Back again for the second round. In the first season, we followed Belly (Lola Tung), who is on summer vacation at a friend’s beach house. While there, she finds herself caught up in a love triangle with brothers Jeremiah (Gavin Casalegno) and Conrad (Christopher Brieny).
The series is based on Jenny Han’s book trilogy of the same name, and the second season will naturally follow the second part of her work. It will be set a year after the events of the first season, following the loss of Conrad’s mother Susanna and Jeremiah. When the boys lose their mother, the beach house is put on the market, and the three of them will do anything to prevent it from being sold.
Belly continues to struggle with her feelings for Conrad and Jeremiah and must decide who she wants to have a relationship with. If romance and coming-of-age drama are your jam, The summer you turned out to be beautiful It is the perfect choice to put on your watch list for the month of July. If you haven’t watched Season 1 yet, you still have plenty of time to catch up on Season 2 before Season 2 is released on July 14.
Good omen (season 2)
Making his triumphant return is the second season of the popular show Good omen. Starring David Tennant as the demon Crowley and Michael Sheen as the angel Aziraphale, these lifelong friends find themselves harboring the archangel Gabriel. After fleeing Heaven, Gabriel seeks shelter and protection from Heaven and Hell and finds himself needing the help of Aziraphale and Crowley.
Together, these two get into all kinds of mischief, and chaos is likely to ensue. After stopping the apocalypse in Season 1 and being tried for their crimes in both Heaven and Hell for their neutrality and plotting to stop Armageddon by raising the Antichrist, this duo became terrorized on both sides and were left to their own devices on Earth.
But in this new season, a new problem seems to be brewing, and perhaps the war of Heaven and Hell will ignite after all. Premieres July 28 on Prime Video. Good omen Season two is sure to be an instant hit. There is plenty of time to refresh and watch Season 1 before Season 2 begins.
Everyone hates Chris
Although it is not a new show, Everyone hates Chris Prime Video will make itself right at home between selections. This sitcom was inspired by the life of comedian Chris Rock and takes place in the 1980s when Chris was a teenager. It documents the struggles of an African-American boy attending an all-white school and dealing with his somewhat dysfunctional but close-knit family.
Don’t miss this classic starring Tyler James Williams as Chris, Terry Crews as Julius, Trichinda Arnold as Rochelle and narrated by Chris Rock himself. On the show, Chris finds himself targeted at school by racist bullies, and at home, he helps take care of his two younger brothers. All the while, he’s been living in a drug and gangster neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.
This sitcom offers insight, life lessons, and humor that everyone can enjoy. And it won’t be a long wait because Seasons 1-4 are coming to Prime Video on July 1, so you can jump on them right away.