Best Movies and Shows Coming to US Streaming Services in July 2024

There are loads of movies and shows coming to US streaming services in July 2024.

But how do you sift through the content to discover what’s worth your time? Easy! We have looked through the schedules for all US streamers, including Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, Max, Hulu, Peacock, Paramount Plus, Apple TV+, and Shudder, and highlighted everything that we think is worth watching. 

Check out our top picks below and then keep scrolling for our other picks for the best movies and shows on US streaming services in July.

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Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley (2024)

Release Date: July 3

Where To Watch: Netflix

Forty years after his first case in Beverly Hills, Axel Foley returns to do what he does best – solve crimes, cause chaos, and stick bananas into tail pipes! That latter activity is not guaranteed in the new film!

Land of Tanabata – Season 1

Release Date: July 4

Where To Watch: Hulu

Japanese fantasy about a university student with the supernatural ability to create small holes in everything. With this bizarre ability, he must confront a crisis that is threatening the world.

Space Cadet (2024)

Release Date: July 4

Where To Watch: Prime Video

Emma Roberts stars as Rex, a Florida party girl who turns out to be the only hope for the NASA space program after a fluke puts her in training with other candidates who may have better resumes but don’t have her smarts, heart and moxie.

The Imaginary (2024)

Release Date: July 5

Where To Watch: Netflix

Animated adventure about a young girl named Amanda and her imaginary friend Rudger, who share thrilling make-believe adventures until Rudger arrives alone at The Town of Imaginaries, where forgotten Imaginaries live and find work.

Sunny – Season 1

Release Date: July 10

Where To Watch: Apple TV+

Rashida Jones stars as Suzie, an American woman living in Kyoto, Japan, whose life is upended when her husband and son disappear in a mysterious plane crash. As consolation, Suzie is given a domestic robot named Sunny which has been made by her husband’s robotic company.

Sausage Party: Foodtopia 

Release Date: July 11

Where To Watch: Prime Video

Prime Video hopes to cook up some laughter with this 8-episode spin-off series to the 2016 movie that follows Frank, Brenda, Barry, and Sammy as they try to build their own food society.

My Spy: Eternal City (2024)

Release Date: July 18 

Where To Watch: Prime Video

This sequel to the 2020 comedy My Spy follows teenage Sophie (Chloe Coleman) and super spy JJ (Dave Bautista) as they get mixed up in a terrorist plot during a school trip that JJ is chaperoning.

Those About to Die – Season 1

Release Date: July 18 

Where To Watch: Peacock

Anthony Hopkins prepares for battle in this epic new series set in the corrupt gladiatorial arena of Ancient Rome.


Lady in the Lake – Limited Series

Release Date: July 19

Where To Watch: Apple TV+

Set in the 1960s, this new drama series stars Natalie Portman and Moses Ingram as two women whose lives collide following the disappearance of a young girl in Baltimore.

The Decameron – Season 1

Release Date: July 25

Where To Watch: Netflix

Loosely inspired by the iconic short story collection of the same name, this soapy new comedy follows a group of misfits who try to outlast the bubonic plague pandemic in 1348 Florence. 

Notable Additions

July 1

Memory (2023) – Paramount+

Jessica Chastain stars as a social worker whose world is blown apart when a man follows her home from her high school reunion.

July 2

The Beekeeper (2024) – Prime Video

Jason Statham stars as a man named Adam Clay (Statham), an agent in a classified program called the Beekeepers, who sets out on a quest for vengeance after a close friend kills herself after being conned by scammers.

Sprint: Season 1 – Netflix

An insider’s perspective on the high-stakes world of elite sprinters.

July 3

Red Swan: Season 1 – Hulu

Korean thriller series about a world-class golfer whose life changes when she escapes an assassination attempt.

July 5

Goyo (2024) – Netflix

Spanish drama about a young museum guide who falls in love with his coworker.

July 10

Quad Gods (2024) – Max

Documentary about group of New Yorkers with quadriplegia who meet in a neuro-rehabilitation lab at Mount Sinai Hospital and create the world’s first all-quadriplegic Esports team.

July 11

Divorce in the Black (2024) – Prime Video

Tyler Perry’s new movie stars Meagan Good as Ava, a young bank professional who is left heartbroken when her husband abandons their marriage.

Mastermind: To Think Like a Killer (2024) – Hulu

This new docuseries shines a spotlight on Dr. Ann Burgess, a specialist in the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit who came up with a revolutionary way to catch serial killers.

Vanished into the Night (2024) – Netflix

A father embarks on a dangerous mission when his children disappear from their isolated country home.

July 12

Arcadian (2024) – Shudder

A father and his twin sons fight to survive against horrific creatures in this horror starring Nicolas Cage and Jaeden Martell.

Blame the Game (2024) – Netflix

A young man tries to make a good impression at his girlfriend’s family games night.

Descendants: The Rise of Red (2024) – Disney+

This latest instalment in the Descendants franchise follows Red, the daughter of the Queen of Hearts, and Chloe, the daughter of Cinderella, who travel back in time to stop an event that could have grave consequences for Auradon.

Exploding Kittens: Season 1 – Netflix

Loosely based on the tabletop game of the same name, this adult-animated series tells of an eternal conflict that reaches epic proportions when God and the devil are sent to Earth in the body of chunky house cats.

Me: Season 1 – Apple TV+

This 10-episode series follows a 12-year-old kid named Ben who goes on a journey of self-discovery after the realisation that he has superpowers.

July 13

Faye (2024) – Max

Documentary exploring the life and career of actress Faye Dunaway.

July 17

Wild Wild Space (2024) – Max

Documentary focussing on the intense rivalry between founders of contesting rocket companies, Chris Kemp and Peter Beck.

July 18

Cobra Kai: Season 6 (Part 1) – Netflix

The first part of the final season of The Karate Kid spin-off series.

Kite Man: Hell Yeah! Season 1 – Max

Animated comedy about a minor villain named Kite Man. 

Land of Bad (2024) – Netflix

Action thriller starring Russell Crowe and Liam Hemsworth. 

Master of the House: Season 1 – Netflix

Thai drama about the heirs of a diamond tycoon who battle for control of the family estate with the housemaid whom their father recently married.

July 19

Find Me Falling (2024) – Netflix

Romantic drama starring Harry Connick Jr as a failing rock star who retreats to his Cyprus home and meets an old flame.

Love Lies Bleeding (2024) – Max

A bodybuilder and a gym manager fall in love in this celebrated film from director Rose Glass. 

Skywalkers: A Love Story (2024) – Netflix

Two real-life daredevils test the limits of their love and trust by illegally scaling one of the world’s tallest buildings.

July 23

Bob Marley: One Love (2024) – Prime Video

Biopic about reggae icon Bob Marley and how he overcame adversity during his musical career.

July 24

Dirty Pop: The Boy Band Scam (2024) – Netflix

A scandalous new docuseries tracking the rise and fall of Lou Perlman, the music mogul who exploited some of the biggest boy bands of the 1990s.

Time Bandits: Season 1 – Apple TV+

The creation of Stonehenge, dinosaurs, the Ice Age, and the Harlem Renaissance are just a few of the sights experienced by the eccentric crew of bandits in this adaptation of Terry Gilliam’s 1981 movie.

July 31

Mountain Queen: The Summits of Lhakpa Sherpa (2024) – Netflix

The remarkable story of Lhakpa Sherpa who became the first Nepali woman to climb Everest.

The Best Of The Rest

July 1

Black Adam (2022) – Max

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (2022) – Hulu

Star Trek Prodigy: Season 2 – Netflix

July 2

Hard Knocks: Offseason with the New York Giants – Max

The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes (2022) – Hulu

July 3

Dark Gathering: Season 1 – Hulu

July 5

The Monk and the Gun (2023) – Hulu

July 9

The Boyfriend: Season 1 – Netflix

Hannah Berner: We Ride at Dawn (2024) – Netflix

Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken – Paramount+

July 10

Receiver: Season 1 – Netflix

Sasha Reid and the Midnight Order: Season 1 – Hulu

July 11

The Animal Kingdom (2023) – Hulu

The Neon Highway (2024) – Netflix

Vikings Valhalla: Season 3 – Netflix

July 12

Fast Charlie (2023) – Hulu

The Long Game (2023) – Netflix

July 15

Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part Two (2024) – Max

LALIGA: All Access: Season 1 – Netflix

July 16

The Black Widower: The Six Wives of Thomas Randolph – Max

Chad Daniels: Empty Nester (2024) – Netflix

Homicide: Los Angeles: Season 1 – Netflix

Mafia Spies: Season 1 – Paramount+

July 19

Simone Biles Rising (2024) – Netflix

July 21

NFL Flag Football Championship (Live) – Disney+

July 23

Femme (2023) – Hulu

July 24

Charlie Hustle & The Matter of Pete Rose (2024) – Max

July 25

Lousy Carter (2023) – Hulu

Wayne Brady: The Family Remix – Hulu

July 26

Knox Goes Away (2023) – Max

Humane (2024) – Shudder

Sleeping Dogs (2024) – Hulu

July 29

Futurama: Season 12 – Hulu

What will you be streaming in July 2024? Let us know in the comments below.