Streaming Calendar: 30 Movies And Shows To Watch In July 2023

From the new volume of the Witcher season 3 on Netflix to Sonam Kapoor-starrer film Blind on Jio Cinema, here’s what's releasing this month across platforms
Streaming Calendar: 30 Movies And Shows To Watch In July 2023

In the age of hybrid workforces, many more of us are relying on streaming platforms in search of distraction, escape or just plain entertainment. With a new month comes new possibilities, talent, collaborations and shiny new releases for us to get lost in. From the new volume of the Witcher season 3 on Netflix to Sonam Kapoor-starrer film Blind on Jio Cinema, here’s what's releasing this month across platforms.


The Out-Laws

When: July 7

A bank manager begins to suspect that the couple who robbed him might just be his in-laws. The action comedy stars Adam DeVine, Pierce Brosnan, Ellen Barkin, and Nina Dobrev.

Burn The House Down

When: July 13

After her mother took the blame for a tragic fire 13 years earlier, a woman decides to infiltrate her step-mother’s life using a pseudonym in this Japanese mystery series.


When: July 14

When the bridegroom is found dead two days after his wedding, two police officers must unravel the case while dealing with turmoil in their personal lives. Created by Sudip Sharma, the show stars Suvinder Vicky and Barun Sobti.

The Deepest Breath

When: July 19

An expert safety diver helps a free diver train to break a world record. The documentary by Laura McGann premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year.

They Cloned Tyrone

When: July 21

John Boyega, Teyonah Parris and Jamie Foxx star in this sci-fi comedy about a government conspiracy.

The Witcher Season 3 – Volume 2

When: July 27

Henry Cavill reprises his role as Geralt of Rivia for the last time, as the monster-hunter continues his quest.

Amazon Prime Video

Sweet Kaaram Coffee

When: July 6

Lakshmi, Madhoo and Santhy star in this Bejoy Nambiar-directed series about three women who decide to take a road trip as an act of rebellion against their stifling family life.


When: July 7

When former classmates meet once again at a school reunion, one of them must face up to what he did 15 years earlier. The series stars Rasika Dugal, Ishwak Singh, Shrenik Arora and Poojan Chabra.

The Horror of Dolores Roach

When: July 7

Based on the hit podcast of the same name, the show follows a formerly incarcerated woman who returns to 16 years after taking the fall for her drug-dealing boyfriend. Her attempts to get her life back on track are interrupted by detours into murder and cannibalism.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2

When: July 14

In the second season of the show adapted from Jenny Han’s trilogy of the same name, the love triangle between Belly (Lola Tung) and brothers Conrad (Christopher Briney) and Jeremiah (Gavin Casalegno) gets even more heated.

Good Omens Season 2

When: July 28

David Tennant and Michael Sheen reprise their roles as the demon Crowley and angel Aziraphale, best friends who teamed up to stop Armageddon last season, in this series based on Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's book of the same name.

DisneyPlus Hotstar

Shadow Detective Season 2

When: July 5

A veteran detective explores a series of mysterious cases linked to a sinister force threatening to destroy his city in this Korean show.

The Trial: Pyaar, Kaanoon, Dhokha

When: July 14

The courtroom drama series starring Kajol, Sheeba Chaddha and Alyy Khan is the Indian adaptation of CBS show The Good Wife.


When: July 14

A widowed dad and his three children inherit a fortune from a relative who recently died. The only catch is that they must take care of Chueco, an adult chimpanzee who can talk. They team up to protect his secret.

Apple TV+

The Afterparty Season 2

When: July 12

When a groom is murdered at his wedding, each of his guests becomes a suspect in this anthology murder mystery series from Chris Lord and Phil Miller.

Foundation Season 2

When: July 14

Set more than a century after season one, tension mounts throughout the galaxy as a vengeful queen plots to destroy the Empire from within. The show is based on Isaac Asimov's book of the same name.

The Beanie Bubble

When: July 28

Zach Galifianakis, Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Snook and Geraldine Viswanathan star in this film about the invention of, and the craze surrounding the Beanie Babies, a hit children’s toy.

MUBI India

Return To Seoul

When: July 7

A 25-year-old woman returns to her birthplace in South Korea for the first time in search of her biological parents.

BookMyShow Stream


When: July 5

A Muslim man lands a job as a backup dancer at a burlesque theatre, but tells his family that he’s the manager. He gradually becomes infatuated with trans woman Biba.

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey

When: July 7

The children’s cartoon is reimagined as a slasher film, with Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet terrorising a group of young women at a remote house.

A Confession

When: July 14

Martin Freeman, Siobhan Finneran, Imelda Staunton star in this detective series following the investigation into the disappearance of a young woman.

Lionsgate Play

One Up

When: July 7

When a teenage girl’s gaming skills put her on the shortlist for a college scholarship, she’s stoked until she learns she must compete against a male-dominated team. The comedy stars Ruby Rose, Taylor Zakhar Perez, Paris Berelc and Hari Nef.

High Heat

When: July 14

Olga Kurylenko and Don Johnson play an undercover couple who decide to take on the mafia that burned down their restaurant in this thriller.

Black Lotus

When: July 21

A former soldier embarks on a mission to rescue his late friend’s kidnapped daughter. The action movie stars Frank Grillo, Rico Verhoeven, Marie Dompnier and Peter Franzén.



When: July 7

Huma S Qureshi and Sharib Hashmi star in this film based on the life of popular home chef Tarla Dalal.


Ishq Next Door

When: July 3

A young man leads a drab, boring life until he meets the girl next door. The romance series stars Abhay Mahajan, Natasha Bharadwaj, Mrinal Dutt, Purav Jha and Gopi Desai.


When: July 7

A remake of the 2011 Korean film of the same name, the film follows a visually impaired police officer tracking down a serial killer. It stars Sonam Kapoor, Purab Kohli, Vinay Pathak and Lillete Dubey.


When: July 8

Aditya Sarpotdar’s Marathi coming-of-age story follows three young men from the Koli community and the incidents that shape their lives.



When: July 7

A Muslim woman takes up a job at a call centre to better her children’s quality of life, and finds a connection with a stranger who calls in. The drama stars Aishwarya Rajesh, Selvaraghavan, Aishwarya Dutta, Jithan Ramesh and Anumol.


Who Killed Chandra Levy?

When: July 12

On May 1, 2001, 24-year-old Capitol Hill intern Chandra Levy left her Washington DC apartment and vanished without a trace. Police scoured the city for clues, but why did US congressman Gary Condit hamper their efforts? The documentary delves into the controversial case.

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