Get the popcorn! Here’s what’s coming to Prime Video this July

From historical dramas to side-splitting comedies, there’s something for everyone.

Alright folks, it’s time to get comfy, grab your snacks, and update that watchlist because Prime Video has some epic content dropping this July!

From historical dramas to side-splitting comedies, there’s something for everyone. Let’s dive in and see what’s new this month.

Epic historical drama alert: Those About to Die

Kicking things off with a bang (or should we say a clash of swords?), Sir Anthony Hopkins leads the charge in Those About to Die.

Dive into the intense world of chariot racing and gladiatorial battles in ancient Rome. Trust us, this is one you won’t want to miss. Mark your calendars for July 19 and prepare for some epic historical drama.

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Guy Ritchie brings the laughs: The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

Ever wondered what happens when you mix WWII history with Guy Ritchie’s signature humour? You get The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare.

Based on true events, this action-comedy hits Prime Video on July 25. Get ready to meet the world’s first-ever special forces unit, formed by none other than Winston Churchill and featuring the likes of Henry Cavill and Eiza González.

Tyler Perry’s new drama: Divorce in the Black

Tyler Perry is back with Divorce in the Black, dropping on July 11. This drama stars Meagan Good as Ava, a woman fighting for her marriage only to uncover some shocking secrets.

It’s emotional, it’s gripping, and it’s a must-watch.

From party girl to astronaut: Space Cadet

Emma Roberts stars as a party girl turned astronaut in Space Cadet, launching on July 4.

Follow Tiffany “Rex” Simpson’s hilarious and heartwarming journey as she bluffs her way into NASA’s training program.

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Animated madness: Sausage Party: Foodtopia

Seth Rogen and Kristen Wiig are back to voice our favourite supermarket foods in Sausage Party: Foodtopia.

Premiering on July 11, this series is set to be outrageously funny as Frank, Brenda, Barry, and Sammy build their own food society. Get ready for some laugh-out-loud moments with this one.

Dave Bautista returns as CIA operative JJ in My Spy: The Eternal City. Watch as he and his stepdaughter Sophie save the world from a nuclear plot in Italy.

Premiering on July 18, this action-packed movie is perfect for a thrilling movie night.

Love and drama: Love Lies Bleeding

On July 9, catch Kristen Stewart and Dave Franco in Love Lies Bleeding, a story about love, violence, and family drama. Directed by Rose Glass, this one’s sure to tug at your heartstrings.

The return of Betty: Betty Le Fea, The Story Continues

Betty is back in Betty Le Fea, The Story Continues. Premiering on July 19, follow Betty as she navigates the challenges of marriage, motherhood, and her career.

It’s nostalgic, it’s dramatic, and it’s exactly what we need.

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Binge-worthy classics

Need some comfort TV? Prime Video’s got you covered with all seasons of Beverly Hills 90210, Ray Donovan, Dexter, and NCIS now available. Whether you’re in the mood for some 90s drama or gritty crime-solving, there’s plenty to binge.

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There you have it! July is packed with incredible shows and movies on Prime Video. So clear your schedule, set those reminders, and get ready for some top-notch entertainment. Happy streaming!

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