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In the age of the Coronavirus quarantine, remote education and 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 much-awaited part two of the new season of Stranger Things on Netflix to a horror series starring Regina Cassandra on Aha, here is a list of what’s releasing this month across platforms.

Netflix

Stranger Things 4: Volume 2

When: July 1

The epic 2-part season finale of Stranger Things 4 stars Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Sadie Sink, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, Natalia Dyer, Winona Ryder and David Harbour.

Boo Bitch

When: July 8

The comedy sees Lana Condor play an introverted highschool senior who decides to seize the day and have some fun, only to wake up as a ghost.

Ranveer Vs Wild With Bear Grylls

When: July 8

Ranveer Singh and adventurer Bear Grylls brave the Serbian wilderness in search of a rare flower. In this interactive special, viewers decide what choices the actor makes at every step of the way.

Jaadugar

When: July 15

A small-town magician (Jitendra Kumar) must prove his worth in an inter-colony football tournament. The catch – he has no athletic skills and his team has never won a game. This sports comedy also stars Jaaved Jaaferi.

Persuasion

When: July 15

Years after she succumbed to pressure from her snobbish family and rejected Frederick Wentworth (Cosmo Jarvis), Anne Elliot (Dakota Johnson) must contend with him waltzing back into her life in this adaptation of the Jane Austen novel.

The Gray Man

When: July 22

A skilled CIA operative (Ryan Gosling) unwittingly uncovers the agency’s secrets, leading a psychopathic former colleague (Chris Evans) to launch a global manhunt for him. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, the film is based on the 2009 novel of the same name by Mark Greaney.

Amazon Prime Video

The Terminal List

When: July 1

A Navy SEAL (Chris Pratt) remains the sole survivor of an ambush that wipes out the rest of his platoon, only to discover a larger conspiracy at play.

Modern Love Hyderabad

When: July 8

Nagesh Kukunoor, Venkatesh Maha, Uday Gurrala, Devika Bahudhanam and direct six short films about love in this Hyderabad-set adaptation of the popular New York Times Modern Love column.

Don’t Make Me Go 

When: July 15

A single father (John Cho) discovers that he is terminally ill and so convinces his teenage daughter (Mia Isaac) to accompany him on a road trip from California to New Orleans, secretly hoping to reunite her with the mother who abandoned them years ago.

Anything’s Possible

When: July 22

Billy Porter makes his feature film directorial debut with this coming-of-age story about a trans girl (Eva Reign) and the classmate (Abubkar Ali) who decides to ask her out.

DisneyPlus Hotstar

Koffee With Karan Season 7

When: July 7

Karan Johar’s popular celebrity chat show returns for its seventh season. Expect drama, gossip and the last Bollywood scoop.

Shoorveer

When: July 15

The show traces the creation of an elite task force, put together to defend India against national threats.

Good Luck Jerry

When: July 29

The Hindi remake of Tamil film Kolamaavu Kokila stars Janhavi Kapoor, Deepak Dobriyal, Mita Vashisht, Neeraj Sood, and Sushant Singh.

 Apple TV+

Black Bird

When: July 8

This six-episode psychological thriller stars Taron Egerton as a convicted footballer who can choose to either be incarcerated at a maximum-security prison and befriend serial killer Larry Hall (Paul Walter Hauser) to find out where his victims are buried, or serve a 10-year sentence with no possibility of parole.

Surface

When: July 29

A traumatic head injury leaves Sophie (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) with extreme memory loss. Her friends and husband attempt to help her put the pieces of the puzzle back together but not everything adds up.

BookMyShow Stream

C’mon C’mon

When: July 8

Mike Mills’ black-and-white film revolves around a softspoken radio journalist (Joaquin Phoenix), who is entrusted with the care of his young nephew.

Mothering Sunday

When: July 12

Eva Husson’s first English-language film follows a housekeeper who is having an affair with the next-door neighbour. Based on Graham Swift’s novel of the same name, it stars Olivia Colman, Colin Firth, Josh O’Connor and Odessa Young.

MUBI India

Benedetta

When: July 1

Paul Verhoeven’s film follows two 17th century nuns at an Italian convent, who embark on romance that puts them both in danger.

This Much I Know To Be True

When: July 8

Directed by Andrew Dominik as companion piece to his 2016 documentary One More Time With Feeling, it explores the creative relationship between Australian musicians Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

Crimes of the Future

When: July 29

The human body has gained the ability to transform and mutate, which celebrity artist Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen) turns into a piece of performance art.

ZEE5

Shut Up Sona

When: July 1

After doing the festival circuit, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam and Sheffield Doc Fest in 2020, singer Sona Mohapatra’s documentary gets its world premiere on ZEE5.

Saas Bahu Achaar Pvt. Ltd

When: July 8

Suman (Amruta Subhash) attempts to become an entrepreneur and set up a pickle business in a bid to get her kids back from her ex-husband.

MX Player

Miya, Biwi Aur Murder 

When: July 1

Priya (Manjari Fadnnis) and Jayesh (Rajeev Khandelwal) have been stuck in a dysfunctional marriage for seven years but find themselves having to rely on each other as they take on thieves, gangsters, blackmailing policemen and a delusional maid over the course of one wild night.

Lionsgate Play

Moonfall

When: July 1

A NASA scientist must team up with an old friend and a conspiracy theorist to save the day after a mysterious force knocks the moon off its orbit and sends it hurtling towards Earth.

Who is Ghislaine Maxwell

When: July 8

The true-crime docuseries traces the socialite’s life, including her first meeting with financier and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in New York and its aftermath.

Voot

The Gone Game Season 2

When: July 7

Season 2 of the Voot show is set in a post-pandemic world. Sahil Gujral (Arjun Mathur) is on the run after pulling off a scam worth Rs 300 crore. His wife, Suhani (Shriya Pilgaonkar), is shot days before she is meant to expose his criminal activities.

Aha

Anya’s Tutorial

When: July 1

The cyber-horror story follows two sisters, Lavanya (Nivedhithaa Satish), who tries to build a career as a social media influencer, and Madhu (Regina Cassandra), who dislikes her profession. The scares begin when Lavanya decides to go live one day with a tutorial.

Maamanithan

When: July 29

A real-estate mogul cheats an auto-driver who enters into a business agreement with him in the hope of funding his kids’ private-school education.

Hayu

Married To Medicine Atlanta Season 9

When: July 11

The reality show follows Atlanta’s female doctors, and women married to doctors, as they juggle bustling careers, their families and their social lives.

Snapped Season 31 

When: July 18

This true-crime series profiles the women accused of murder. Did they really do it? And, if so, why? Motivations range from the promise of a hefty insurance payoff to the desperation to escape an abusive relationship. In every case, there comes a point where the woman finally snaps.

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