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5 TV and streaming series you should overlook in July

5 TV and streaming series you should overlook in July

Are you looking for something new to comfort you with in July? Have an ice cold drink, press the lean button, and sit back while we guide you through five returning series that are well worth your time.

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What it is: Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement re-enact their 2014 cult comedy film in this off-beat FX series that follows a group of dysfunctional vampire roommates living in Staten Island, New York, and does their best to understand the modern world while juggling the many challenges that can come from the supernatural.

Why you should see it: The chemistry between cast members Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillén and Mark Proksch provides regular laughter as the series picks up a wide range of genre tropes. Fans of horror and comedy, pay attention this is the show you have been waiting for. Season 4 premieres July 12 on Hulu.

Where can you see it: Hulu

Commitment: About. 15 hours (for the first three seasons)


What it is: What happens when a family of aliens is forced to leave the planet Shlorp to escape an apocalypse, only to crash land on Earth in Central America? That’s the question The opposites of the sun aims to explore. And it does so with a cheeky, fervent, sci-fi flair.

Why you should see it: Comes from Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland and Rick and Morty Writer and producer Mike McMahon, Hulus’ animated hit turns into the off-beat humor viewers have expected of Roiland and the team. While Corvo, Terry, Yumyulack and Jesse acclimatize to their new surroundings, a wonderfully strange adventure reveals itself. Season 3 premieres July 13 on Hulu.

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Where can you see it: Hulu

Commitment: About. 6 1/2 hours (for the first two seasons)


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What it is: Spinoff of ABCs Blackish follows Zoey as she leaves the nest and moves on to university life where she encounters a whole new range of experiences sex, drugs and relationships, my God! – in this modern understanding of the problems students and teachers face in the complex world of higher learning.

Why you should see it: Using the same narrative styles as its predecessor, Grown-ish uses the voiceover narrative of the main character, the amazing Yara Shahidi, to continue exploring contemporary cultural issues through a Gen Z perspective. Season 5 premieres July 20 on Freeform.

Where can you see it: Free form

Commitment: About. 25 hours (for the first four seasons)


What it is: Here’s what this is not: a sequel or reboot of the Disney Channel High School Musical film. What we have here, instead, is a mockumentary TV show about a high school that sets up its own musical stage production of the film. Set in a fictional version of East High, the actual school where the real High School Musical was shot, the series turns the script of the beloved franchise into this irreverent, loving and highly meta-re-imagining.

Why you should see it: The program is creative, fun and branded, and shows respect for the films that came before it, while never taking itself too seriously. Oh, and it’s still a musical. Season 3 premieres July 27 at Disney +.

Where can you see it: Disney +

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Commitment: About. 11 hours (for the first two seasons)


What it is: This is not Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, and it’s not necessarily a bad thing. In this adult (and we mean adult) animated version of the DC fan favorite, Harley ventures out on his own with the goal of achieving superb villain after cutting ties with the Joker.

Why you should see it: Packed with fun vocal performances by Kaley Cuoco (as Harley), Lake Bell (as Poison Ivy), Tony Hale (as Dr. Psycho), Ron Funches (as King Shark) and Alan Tudyk (as Joker), the result is a razor-sharp mix of smart writing, unwavering story lines and plenty of dirty jokes. Season 3 premieres July 28 on HBO Max.

Where can you see it: HBO Max

Commitment: About. 10 hours (for the first two seasons)


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