Appleosophy Streaming Picks: July 2022

We get to kick off this month with one of the biggest holidays of the year, with that being Independence Day, also known as, the 4th of July.

Still, just like the gas prices, the temperatures are only going to get higher, and that means more reasons to stay inside and watch your favorite TV shows and movies.

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Here is what we’re recommending to watch in July!

TV:

  • “Stranger Things” (Season 4, Part 2): The second part of this popular Netflix Original will premiere today, July 1 on Netflix.
  • “The Flash” (Season 8): How quickly can you watch this season of this popular CW series? Hopefully pretty fast. It is set to premiere on Netflix on Thursday, July 7.
  • “More Power”: This TV starring former “Home Improvement” stars Tim Allen and Richard Karn airs new episodes each Wednesday night at 10 p.m. ET on History Channel. They are available to stream the day after on the History Channel app and website, and on-demand via your TV provider. A season pass of the show on iTunes currently costs $19.99 which will automatically add the new episodes to the Apple TV app the day after the air.
  • “Walker” (Season 2): Jared Padalecki may not be hunting ghosts and demons anymore, but in his new CW series “Walker,” he is on the hunt for criminals. The second season of this series will be available to stream on HBO Max on Saturday, July 23.
  • “Killing Eve” (Season 4): The final season of this series will go to Hulu on Sunday, July 10.

Movies:

  • The “Harry Potter” series: We might recommend this one a lot more now, but as Emma Watson, who played Hermione Grainger in all eight movies, said, “There’s something about ‘Harry Potter’ that makes life richer, like when things get really dark and times are really hard, stories give us places we can go, where we can rest, feel held.” As of today the movie series is available to stream on both HBO Max and Peacock.
  • “The Bob’s Burgers Movie”: The movie about the animated family from the hit FOX TV series will be available to stream on Hulu on Tuesday, July 12.
  • “The Internship”: For those who are interning this summer, perhaps this movie could inspire you. It is currently available on HBO Max and Cinemax.
  • “Captain America” films: Given the nature of this month being the month of the U.S. celebrating its independence, “Captain America: The First Avenger,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” and “Captain America: Civil War” all seem like great movies to be watching. All of them can be streamed on Disney+.
  • “The Sandlot”: Those looking for a good family-friendly movie to stream, look no further than this American classic. It is currently on Disney+ and Prime Video.

Sports:

  • Friday Night Baseball on Apple TV+ (MLB): Each week, Apple airs two MLB games live on Apple TV+ via the Apple TV app, and there is no additional cost to watch them right now. You can click here to see the schedule for this month.
  • Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Los Angeles Angels (MLB): It’s a battle for bragging rights in L.A. Hopefully the town is big enough for the both of them when it is all said and done. The game will be broadcast at 10 p.m. ET, Saturday, July 16, on ESPN+.
  • USFL Championship: It’s the biggest game of the season for both teams as both will play their hardest to be crowed the 2022 champion of the United States Football League. The game will be played at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, July 3, on FOX.
  • IndyCar Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio: One could argue there is nothing more American to do on 4th of July weekend than to be watching some live racing. This race in particular will be at 12:30 p.m. ET, Sunday, July 3, on NBC and Peacock.
  • Verizon 200 at the Brickyard (NASCAR Cup Series): This race will be a great way to end the month for auto racing fans. The race will begin at 2:30 p.m. ET, Sunday, July 31, on NBC.
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