A new month brings with it a whole raft of new titles that Amazon Prime members can stream for free. What will you add to your Watchlist this July? Here are a few top recommendations, as well as the complete list of TV and film titles whose arrival on the platform is imminent.
Celebrity Movies: TV
Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny Season 1B (July 5)
In the second TV series to spin off from the popular film franchise, Po (the titular Kung Fu Panda, here voiced by Mick Wingert) becomes a mentor to four panda kids who have absorbed the chi of the Four Constellations, legendary Kung Fu warriors. But do the kids still need Po’s guidance?
All or Nothing Season 4 (July 19)
The latest installment of the docuseries franchise follows recent MVP quarterback Cam Newton and the noteworthy personalities among his fellow Carolina Panthers—both the rookies who’ve just joined the team, and the veterans who may be approaching the end of their playing careers.
The Boys Season 1 (July 26)
This new TV series posits a world where superheroes are real…but are also controlled by powerful corporations that offer no impediment to the “heroes’” worst impulses. Enter the Boys, a group of vigilantes determined to check corrupt superheroes when they edge into villainy.
Pennyworth Season 1 (July 28)
Prime members who subscribe to Epix will be able to check out the network’s new series Pennyworth. In this prequel to Fox’s just-ended Gotham, set in early ’60s London, the titular Alfred Pennyworth (Jack Bannon) retires from the SAS to found a private security firm, in where he starts working with Thomas Wayne (Ben Aldridge)—many years before Thomas fathers Batman’s alter ego, Bruce.
Celebrity Movies: Film
Under the Silver Lake (July 2)
David Robert Mitchell follows his acclaimed horror-suspense film It Follows with Under the Silver Lake, a dreamy modern noir starring Andrew Garfield as slacker Sam. When his neighbor Sarah (Riley Keough) invites him over, Sam stops by and discovers that she and her roommates have mysteriously disappeared, leaving the place empty and spurring Sam to try to find out what happened to them.
Peterloo (July 3 )
Acclaimed director Mike Leigh (Secrets & Lies) directed this film to mark the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre, in which a crowd of 60,000 rallying for voting rights in Manchester was attacked by armed government forces—killing a disputed number of protesters, wounding around 700, and catalyzing a chill on Parliamen