Appleosophy Streaming Picks: July 2024

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For some people out there, it can be too warm outside for them to enjoy the hot weather. Some people are simply not outdoorsmen and that’s ok.

With that said, here is what you can be streaming this month.

TV:

  • “Cobra Kai” (Season 6, Part 1): The beginning of the end is coming for the popular series “Cobra Kai” and the first part premieres on Netflix on Thursday, July 18.

  • “Suits”: This show has almost had a second birth with its resurgence on Netflix and social media over the past year. With that, the series’ ninth season, previously only on Peacock, is now available to stream on Netflix as of today. All seasons of the show can be streamed on Netflix and Peacock.

  • “Futurama” (Season 12): Another new season of this series is coming to Hulu as a Hulu Original and will premiere on Monday, July 29. The previous seasons in the series can be streamed on Hulu too.

  • “Kamp Koral”: If you’re a SpongeBob fan, this one is for you. The premiere of the next season of the spin-off prequel will be available to stream on Wednesday, July 10, exclusively on Paramount+. Season 13 of “SpongeBob SquarePants” premieres that day on the streaming service too.

  • “The Walking Dead: Dead City”: The first season of this spin-off premieres exclusively on AMC+ on Sunday, July 7.

Movies:

  • “Harry Potter”: Whether it is for a good summer marathon for participating in the celebration of Christmas in July, all eight of these films are all great in their own way and can be streamed on MAX and Peacock. Additionally, the “Harry Potter” prequel “Fantastic Beasts” can all be streamed on MAX too, giving you even more to binge and have an entire Wizarding World marathon.

  • “Fury”: This could be a great movie to stream right around the 4th of July/Independence Day this year, as the plot deals with U.S. soldiers and then fighting and battling throughout World War II, and how their perseverance to do so. The movie can be streamed on AMC+, Starz, and for free with ads on Amazon Freevee.

  • “Rescuing Christmas”: Now this one really is for the ones participating in the celebration of Christmas in July. This movie is scheduled to premiere on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, July, 13. It will premiere the day after on Peacock.

  • “Despicable Me”: With the newest sequel being released Wednesday, July 3, you can stream the first film where it all began on Peacock.

  • “Captain America” films: If you want to see a good representation of America, this can be a good set to stream. All three “Captain America” films can be streamed on Disney+.

Sports:

  • 2024 Summer Olympic Games: The 2024 Summer Olympic Games begin on Friday, July 26, and will be broadcast across NBCUniversal channels such as NBC, USA, and CNBC. You will also be able to stream events live on Peacock too.

  • Philadelphia Phillies vs. Chicago Cubs (MLB): Summertime baseball is truly here with this one. The game will be played at 8:05 p.m. on Tuesday, July 2, on TBS and streaming live on MAX.

  • 2024 MLB All-Star Game: The battle between the American League and National League will be coming later this month. It will be played at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 16, on FOX.

  • Brickyard 400 (NASCAR Cup Series): It’s one of the biggest NASCAR races of the season and this year will be no different. It will be raced at 2:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, July 21, and broadcast live on NBC.

  • Arena and Canadian Football League (AFL & CFL): We are weeks away from the NFL preseason starting this year, but what you might not know is that there is still some football being played over the summer and broadcast on an American network. Starting at 4 p.m. ET, the SW Kansas Storm will play against Salina Liberty in an AFL matchup, live on CBS Sports Network. The network at 7 p.m. ET will show the Calgary Stampeders against the Montreal Alouettes.
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