Are you ready for a month filled with irresistible temptations as Amazon Prime Video unveils its enticing lineup of new releases in July? Among the highly anticipated releases, the highlight release of this month on Amazon Prime is the second season of The Summer I Turned Pretty, a beloved series where a captivating love triangle takes center stage.
Adding a dark twist to the mix, The Horror of Dolores Roachmakes its debut on Prime Video. Featuring the talented Justina Machado from One Day at a Time, this dark comedy delves into the unexpected consequences of transforming a popular New York empanada shop into a hub of death and even cannibalism.
For those seeking a lighter escape, Season 2 of Good Omens offers a delightful blend of humor and impending doom. This follow-up to the adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s celestial tale brings together an angel and a demon in an unlikely alliance as they navigate the bizarre intricacies of the world’s potential end.
In the following sections, we present – 1. Hot pick for the must-watch new movies and shows releasing this week. In the next section, you’ll find the 2. Top picks for the best new shows & movies on Amazon Prime Video this July. Additionally, you’ll find the comprehensive lineup of 3. New titles coming this month on Prime Video and Freevee, the free service accessible through Prime Video that does not require a Prime membership. Get ready to indulge in a month of captivating entertainment and unforgettable stories!”
Best New Movies & Shows of the Week On Prime Video: This Week’s Hot Picks:
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: Season 4 (June 30, Prime Video)
Get ready for the highly anticipated fourth and final season of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, available exclusively on Prime Video. John Krasinski reprises his role as Dr. Jack Ryan, a CIA analyst with a formidable background in the military. In this thrilling installment, Jack assumes the challenging position of CIA Acting Deputy Director and finds himself facing a perilous adversary on both domestic and foreign fronts. As he uncovers a web of internal corruption, Jack discovers a shocking truth that puts the entire nation at risk. Brace yourself for an intense conspiracy that tests Jack’s unwavering dedication to his country and his unwavering belief in the system. Don’t miss the epic conclusion of Jack Ryan’s journey as Season 4 premieres at the end of June, only on Prime Video. [Trailer]
Other New Movies & Shows of the Week On Prime Video
Project Almanac (June 26)
M3GAN (June 27)
The Gambler (June 27)
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (June 30)
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (June 30)
What If (June 30)
Best New Movies & Shows on Prime Video in July That You Can’t Miss
The Horror of Dolores Roach Season 1 (July 7, Prime Video)
Justina Machado from ‘One Day at a Time’ takes on the role of a recently released ex-convict returning to her Washington Heights neighborhood after 16 years. Working as a masseuse in the basement of an empanada shop, her plans to rebuild her life take a dark turn with some “accidental” murder and cannibalism. This dark comedy offers a hilarious take on the American dream. Missed the trailer? Watch it HERE.
The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2 (July 14, Prime Video)
Get ready for the addictive YA beach read on television. The love triangle between Belly (Lola Tung) and brothers Conrad (Christopher Briney) and Jeremiah (Gavin Casalegno) intensifies this season, leaving Belly even more confused. But amidst the teenage romance, a family tragedy adds complexity to the storyline. Team Conrad or Team Jeremiah? The choice divides America. [Trailer]
Good Omens Season 2 (July 28, Prime Video)
The angel and demon on your shoulders are both screaming for you to watch the highly anticipated second season of Good Omens. Returning after the successful limited series in 2019, the show follows the unlikely alliance of angel Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) and demon Crowley (David Tennant) as they strive to prevent an apocalypse. This new season features unrealized ideas from showrunner Neil Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett, with the addition of the mysterious archangel Gabriel (Jon Hamm) joining the earthly fray. [Trailer]