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TV Shows And Movies Releasing In July 2022 On Prime Video

TV Shows And Movies In July 2022 On Prime
TV Shows And Movies In July 2022 On Prime

As one of the most popular streaming services, Amazon Prime Video is constantly releasing new content for its subscribers to enjoy. Whether it’s original programs like The Wilds or classic TV shows like Yellowstone, Amazon delivers a wealth of material to consumers worldwide. While some streaming services may appear to be a revolving door of content, there is always something new to watch. These are the top TV shows that will be available on Amazon Prime Video in July 2022.

For many people, streaming services have replaced traditional cable for both TV shows and movies. Streaming services have prompted many homes to abandon traditional cable entirely due to the appeal of a lower price tag and seemingly infinite amounts of content to consume at your leisure. While some say that traditional television provides more content than streaming services, all streaming services now produce their own unique programming. From Netflix to Hulu, there is no shortage of streaming services to pick from, with Amazon Prime Video being one of the most popular, which comes standard with any Amazon Prime subscription.

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TV Shows And Movies In July 2022 On Prime

The new Amazon Prime Video series and movies for July cover a wide range of topics, from militaristic revenge thrillers to progressive adolescent high school rom-coms. Below, you will find the list of everything landing on this popular platform. So, let’s get started!

July 1

  • Very Cavallari
  • 1UP
  • 16-Love
  • 52 Pick-Up
  • A Feral World
  • Aeon Flux
  • Ali
  • Ali Director’s Cut
  • Adventure Boyz
  • Alterlatino With Arturo Castro Season One
  • A Very Brady Sequel
  • As Long As We Both Shall Live
  • Awaken The Shadowman
  • Attack Of The Unknown
  • Barry Munday
  • Betrayed
  • Blue Jay
  • Blown Away
  • Breakfast At Tiffany’s
  • Body Of Evidence
  • Cadillac Man
  • Call Of The Wolf
  • Changeland
  • Coffy
  • Clueless
  • Chasing Molly
  • Cotton Comes To Harlem
  • Coyotaje
  • Criminal Law
  • Dark Blue
  • Cruel Hearts
  • Dark Waters
  • Drillbit Taylor
  • Easy Does It
  • Dead Ringers
  • Europa Report
  • Four Feathers
  • Eye of The Needle
  • Frisky
  • French Postcards
  • Gino’s Wife
  • Futureworld
  • Gunfight At The OK Corral
  • High-Rise
  • Here Comes The Devil
  • Hot Dog: The Movie
  • Hobo With A Shotgun
  • Infinitum: Subject Unknown
  • Into The Blue
  • Internal Affairs
  • Iris Warrios
  • Jennifer’s Body
  • Jacob’s Ladder
  • Jiro Dreams of Sushi
  • John Dies At The End
  • Kiltro
  • Lincoln
  • Loves Spell
  • Little Man Tate
  • Lust for Lovoe
  • Midnight In Paris
  • Moments In Spacetime
  • Mandela
  • No Way To Live
  • Patriot Games
  • Party With Me
  • Pieces Of April
  • Pretty Ugly People
  • Play The Game
  • Racing With The Moon
  • Raging Bull
  • Rosemary’s Baby
  • Revolutionary Road
  • Say Your Prayers
  • Slash
  • Son Of God
  • Runner
  • Speed
  • Sunset Song
  • Swiped
  • Switchback
  • The Arbors
  • The Italian Job
  • The Mongolian Connection
  • The Gospel According To Andre
  • The Honor Farm
  • The Posthuman Project
  • The Republic of Two
  • The Pirates! Band of Misfits
  • The Queen of Versailles
  • The Rest Of Us
  • The Sum of All Fears
  • The Talented Mr. Ripley
  • The Time Machine
  • Tucked
  • Unicorn
  • Venus And Serena
  • Virtuosity
  • The Fighting Temptations
  • The General’s Daughter
  • We Love You, Sally Carmichael!
  • We Take The Low Road
  • When Icarus Fell
  • Yentl
  • The Terminal List: The story follows James Reece (Chris Pratt), who is ambushed while on a clandestine mission with his whole unit of Navy SEALs. Reece returns home to his family, haunted by contradictory memories of the incident and doubts about his own guilt. As more information emerges, Reece discovers sinister forces at work against him, risking not only his life but also the lives of those he cares about.

July 2

  • House Of Gucci: This film is a 2021 American biographical criminal drama film directed by Ridley Scott and based on Sara Gay Forden’s 2001 book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed. The story follows Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga) and Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver) as their romance turns into a battle for control of the Italian fashion house Gucci. Other cast members include Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons, Jack Huston, Salma Hayek, and Al Pacino. After gaining the rights to Forden’s book in the early 2000s, Scott decided to develop a film on the Gucci dynasty. Several directors and rumored actors were considered for the movie until Scott and Gaga became officially attached in November 2019. The majority of the remaining members joined the cast the following summer, and filming began in Italy in February 2021, running until May 2021.

July 8

  • Warriors On The Field: Warriors On The Field is a striking look at the strength Indigenous players derive from their culture, connection to the game, and how it helps them negotiate racism, presented by AFL legend Michael O’Loughlin and directed by Indigenous researcher and filmmaker Larissa Behrendt. Current AFL players Michael “Sonny” Walters, a Proud Noongar man from the Fremantle Dockers, and up-and-coming North Melbourne young gun Tarryn Thomas, a Kamilaroi and Lumaranaana man originally from Sydney, share their stories with O’Loughlin, a Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri, Narungga man. Furthermore, the film focuses on Michael O’Loughlin’s boyhood in South Australia and takes him back to his beginnings, where he dreamed of becoming a professional footballer. He introduces his family, including his mother Muriel and uncle Michael “Muddy” O’Loughlin, who shares his experiences as a young Aboriginal man. Michael chats with the younger AFL players and their families to learn about their experiences and the hurdles they face in making their imprint on the game.

July 15

  • James May: Our Man In Japan Season 2: This docuseries follows James May, a writer, and former Top Gear co-host, as he travels around Japan, learning everything the country has to offer. May participates in various activities, including Japanese sword-smithing and attending the Kanamara Matsuri penis festival, in the first season, which began in January 2020. Season 2 of James May: Our Man in Japan will premiere on July 15th. While the second season was initially scheduled to take place in the United States, due to COVID-19 travel limitations, the season will now focus on May touring Italy.

James May in Our Man In Japan

  • Forever Summer: Hamptons: This show follows a bunch of college kids throughout summer in the Hamptons, whose backgrounds range from wealthy New York City vacationers to summer colony residents. The show follows the group as they work in a coastal restaurant by day and party by night. Avery Solomon, Emelye Ender, Ilan Luttway, Habtamu “Habs” Coulter, Frankie Hammer, Hunter Hulse, Reid Rubio, Juliet Clarke, Milo Munshin, Shannon Sloane, Lottie Evans, and Sophia Messa round out the cast.

  • Don’t Make Me Go: A single father takes his hesitant teenage daughter on a cross-country road trip to find her estranged mother after discovering he has a terminal disease while attempting to teach her all she might need to know for the rest of her life along the way.

July 22

  • Prizefighter: The Life of Jem Belcher:In 1800, Jem Belcher became the world’s youngest boxing champion. Belcher, as portrayed by Matt Hookings, dominated his early battles with his exceptional skill, quickness, and scientific approach, quickly becoming Champion of England, a natural talent overflowing with charm, elegance, and grace. After a life-changing accident threatens to destroy his career for good, he embarks on a long, arduous path to recovery, culminating in a death-defying standoff dubbed “The Forgotten Fight of the Century” to reclaim his title as England’s youngest boxing champion once and for all. The cast stars Russell Crowe (from Thor: Love and Thunder, Unhinged), Matt Hookings (from Alice Through the Looking Glass, and Edge of Tomorrow), and Ray Winstone (from The Departed, and Sexy Beast) star in the Prizefighter trailer, with Marton Csokas (from The Last Duel), Jodhi May (from The Witcher), Julian Glover (from The Empire Strikes Back), and Steven Berkoff (from Octopussy) also appearing.

  • Anything’s Possible

July 29

  • Paper Girls: Paper Girls is based on the comic book series of the same name and depicts the narrative of four teenage girls who, while distributing newspapers, become involved in a dispute between time-travelers and end up on a journey across time for the greater good. As the ladies go through time, they learn of their futures, which causes them to battle with knowing their fate. Sofia Rosinsky, Camryn Jones, and Ali Wong star in the film, which is planned to be released on July 29th, 2022. The fact that Brian K. Vaughan, the original comic book creator, is an executive producer on the production contributes to Paper Girls’ uniqueness.

These are the upcoming films and movies landing in July 2022 on Prime Video. We hope you can find something to cater to your taste. That’s all the time we have for now in Otakukart for this topic. Please keep browsing our website for more information on everything related to entertainment. And if you found this article useful, please share it with your friends and family on social media. Happy streaming, and see you soon!

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