You would think that by now, streaming services and content creators would be running out of stuff for all of us to watch, but that is not the case.
- “South Park”: 23 seasons of this hit Comedy Central TV series is now available to stream on HBO Max.
- “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist”: This TV series was just renewed for a second season, so now is the time to binge-watch through the 10-episode first season of the series on Hulu.
- “Life in Pieces”: All four seasons of this old CBS TV series are available to stream on Hulu and Prime Video.
- “Sonic the Hedgehog”: It has been a crazy year for the movie business and this film has been one of the successful ones throughout the coronavirus pandemic. It is not technically available on a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu, but can be rented through iTunes for $5.99. It could be a good family movie too.
- “Spy Kids”: Starting on June 30, “Spy Kids,” as well as “Spy Kids 3: Gave Over” will be available to stream on Prime Video.
- Hallmark Christmas movies: 2020 have been a rough year for many people out there and while it may not be the Christmas season just yet, Christmas in July is right around the corner. Starting on June 29, the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel will begin airing its “Christmas in July” original movies. In addition to that, July 10 will mark the beginning of the same promotion for Hallmark Channel. Its original Christmas movies will air until July 26. To find out how to stream them, our recommendation is to see our review of Frndly TV and its Apple TV app. The service starts at $5.99 a month and enables users to watch all of the Hallmark networks live.
Sports: This week, instead of showing you sporting events going on, we’ll be showing you sports-related movies.
- “Invincible”: Those who have dreams of playing in the NFL one day or are simply just big football might want to check out this Mark Wahlberg movie out. It is available to stream on Disney+.
- “Moneyball”: With the MLB season potentially getting started soon next month, here is a movie that might get you in the mood for some fresh baseball. It can be streamed on Starz.
- “Remember the Titans”: This classic high school football movie shows exactly what it means to be not only part of a team, but be part of a family. The film can be streamed on Disney+.