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Between beach days and BBQs, there’s nothing quite like ending a day in the summer sun relaxed and cozied up on the couch. Still, choosing what to stream can often seem like an unwanted job in and of itself.
Luckily Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex have you covered. We’re taking the work out of endless scrolling to make streaming even easier with intuitive voice commands built into the remote: Your wish is Xfinity’s command.
From must-see reboots on HBO Max like Gossip Girl and Space Jam, to spooky spin-offs like Hulu’s American Horror Stories, the streaming sphere is heating up along with the season.
Whether you’re looking to cool down with a collection of family favorites from Peacock Premium like The Croods or experience new hits like Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans on Netflix, July is not the month to unplug.
With an endless array of choices available at your fingertips, it can be hard to decipher the must-see content. Xfinity makes it easy.
Here’s the complete guide on what’s hitting your favorite streaming apps this month. Hey Xfinity! Give us the most-anticipated July releases:
What to stream on Netflix
July is packed with feature films and binge-worthy dramas. Whatever genre catches your eye, you can be sure any release from this top-tier streaming service will be Blockbuster quality.
Fear Street Part 1:1994
Part one of an American teen horror trilogy, Fear Street Part 1:1994 is sure to hit you right away with nostalgia. Based on the R.L. Stine series of the same name, this 90s-based story follows a group of teenagers in Ohio who discover a brutal tragedy.
Bonus: Part 2 and Part 3 of the trilogy are to be released only weeks later, taking place in 1978 and 1666, respectively. It may not be a one night binge, but the anticipation only ups the ante.
Say “Fear Street Part 1:1994” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Virgin River, Season 3
Head back to the rural town of Virgin River, California and join Mel, Jack, Hope, and Doc as they navigate their complicated personal lives. With love, heartbreak and everything in between, be sure to catch-up on the first two seasons before the new one drops July 9th.
Say “Virgin River, Season 3” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
The Last Letter From Your Lover
Shailene Woodley, Joe Alwyn, and Callum Turner star in this heart-wrenching and highly anticipated drama. The film follows a journalist as she uncovers a series of letters detailing a sordid love affair; determined to uncover the identities of the star-crossed lovers, she discovers much more than that.
Say “The Last Letter From Your Lover” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Naomi Osaka: Limited Series
The four-time Grand Slam singles tennis champ is inspirational based on her athletic prowess alone, but the limited series, coming July 13, explores much more than that. In the three-part docuseries the athlete opens up about mental health, activism, and of course, her success on the court.
What to stream on Hulu
Look no further than Hulu for trending and current content. Watch hundreds of TV episodes and movies with prime-time network episodes available for streaming the day after they air.
American Horror Stories
Ryan Murphy is back! This American Horror Story spin-off will feature 16 standalone, one hour episodes. Expect to see some familiar faces like Jessica Lange, Evan Peters, and Angela Bassett. The cast and crew has been tight-lipped on specifics, so be sure to tune-in July 15th.
Say “American Horror Stories” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Summer Of Soul (...Or When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised)
This can’t-miss documentary examines the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival that lasted for six weeks and featured performances from the likes of Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight & the Pips, and Sly and the Family Stone.
Say “Summer Of Soul” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Beatles Mania is alive and well in 2021. This six-part music docu-series follows Paul McCartney in conversation with legendary producer Rick Rubin. A fresh take on one of the most successful musicians of all time, mark your calendar for July 16.
What to stream on Peacock
With hundreds of iconic movies, exclusive originals, access to the Olympic Games and a free premium subscription available to all Xfinity users, now is a great time to upgrade your internet and download Peacock.
Boss Baby 2
Alec Baldwin and James Marsden co-star in this fun, family film that puts the now grown protagonists back in their baby bodies for 48 hours to uncover the dark secrets about BabyCorp. Adults and kids alike will delight in the clever sequel to the Dreamworks breakout hit.
Say “Boss Baby 2” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Based on the true story of a dangerous doctor in a broken medical system, Dr. Death follows the tale of Christopher Duntsch, a practitioner whose patients end up maimed, paralyzed, or worse. Not for the faint of heart.
Say “Dr. Death” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Hart to Heart
Kevin Hart just wants to talk — and that’s exactly what he’s going to do. The award-winning comedian is launching his talk show exclusively on Peacock and we can’t wait to hear what he has to say.
Say “Hart to Heart into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Tokyo Olympic Games
The Olympic Games are here. Cheer on Team USA as they swim, sprint and even surf their way to gold. Be sure to tell your Xfinity voice remote which events are a must-see. (Hint: It’s all of them.)
Say “Olympics” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
What to stream on HBO + HBO Max
With legendary award-winning original programming, cult favorites, timeless classics, and everything in between, HBO Max knows entertainment. July’s lineup further solidifies their elite status.
Hey Upper Eastsiders, are you ready to return to the steps of The Met? The Gossip Girl reboot debuts July 8th and features a diverse cast of fresh faces ready to conquer New York City’s prep school scene.
Say “Gossip Girl” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Space Jam: A New Legacy
The Looney Tunes are going head-to-head with the Goon Squad… again. Only this time, NBA superstar Lebron James is joining the gang in a quest to save his son. Mark your calendar for July 2nd.
Say “Space Jam: A New Legacy” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
The White Lotus
After a start to summer ripe with hits like Mare of Easttown and Hacks, The White Lotus has big shoes to fill. The comedy follows employees and guests of a tropical resort over the course of a week, with the promise of lots of laughs and even more hijinks.
Say “The White Lotus” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
What to stream on Disney +
The best spot for family favorites and new releases alike, the genius of Disney is unparalleled. Luckily there’s more family fun to love out soon.
Monsters at Work
It’s time for one hopeful Scare Major to take his skills to corporate! Monsters at Work will be the second Pixar long-form television series and is set to follow recent Monster’s University graduate, Tylor Tuskmon, as he begins his professional career at Monsters Inc., hoping to follow in the footsteps of his idols Mike Wazowski and Sulley.
Say “Monsters at Work” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Turner & Hooch
A continuation of the buddy-cop,1989 film by the same name, Turner & Hooch follows U.S. Marshall Scott Turner and his unruly dog, Hooch, in an action-comedy series where Turner must uncover the truth about his father’s death.
Say “Turner & Hooch” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
On July 9th we get to know operative agent, Natasha Romanoff — aka Black Widow, a bit more intimately. Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe may be familiar with Scarlet Johannsen’s portrayal of the former KGB spy, but Black Widow’s tumultuous past will be explored in this character-focused release.
Say “Black Widow” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
What to stream on Prime Video
The Tomorrow War
Chris Pratt stars in this sci-fi action movie which follows a family man drafted to fight in a future war. The catch? Humanity’s fate relies on his ability to confront the past.
Say “The Tomorrow War” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.
Making the Cut, Season 2
Fashionistas everywhere can let out a sigh of relief: The designer competition series returns for round two on July 15th. Watch 12 hopeful’s test their design skills and their ability to run a business. They’re all talents, but only one can win.
Say “Making the Cut, Season 2” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to watch.