Hottest New Streams to Watch in July

As the summer heats up, so does the streaming world with a fresh batch of highly anticipated series and films. From the epic drama of ancient Rome to a rock star’s retreat in Cyprus, here are our top picks for the hottest new streams to look forward to in July. Which new shows or movies are you looking forward to?

1. Those About To Die (Peacock, Season 1)
Get ready for an immersive journey into the heart of ancient Rome’s most brutal and thrilling spectacle with “Those About To Die.” This epic drama delves into the corrupt world of gladiatorial competition, offering a fresh perspective on the dirty business of entertaining the masses. The series brings together an ensemble cast of characters from all corners of the Roman Empire, who find themselves at the explosive intersection of sports, politics, and dynasties. With a star-studded cast including Anthony Hopkins, Iwan Rheon, Sara Martins, and Tom Hughes, “Those About To Die” promises to be a gripping saga of power, blood, and intrigue.

2. Find Me Falling (Netflix)
In “Find Me Falling,” Harry Connick Jr. stars as a rock star seeking solace after a failed comeback album. He retreats to a serene cliffside home on the beautiful island of Cyprus, hoping to escape the chaos of his former life. However, his peace is soon disrupted by unexpected visitors and the rekindling of an old flame. Co-starring Agni Scott and Ali Fumiko Whitney, this poignant drama explores themes of love, redemption, and the complexities of starting over. Prepare to be swept away by the emotional depth and stunning scenery of this Netflix original.

3. Sausage Party: Foodtopia (Prime Video)
For fans of raunchy humor and animated antics, “Sausage Party: Foodtopia” is a must-watch. This outrageous TV spinoff of the hit film reunites the original cast, including Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, and Michael Cera, for a new adventure. The plot centers around a food revolution, where our edible heroes rise up against their human oppressors. Expect plenty of laughs, irreverent jokes, and a generous serving of food-based mayhem in this highly anticipated Prime Video series.

4. Sunny (Apple TV)
“Sunny” offers a unique blend of drama and science fiction set against the picturesque backdrop of Kyoto, Japan. Rashida Jones stars as a woman whose life is turned upside down when her husband and son disappear in a mysterious plane crash. In her grief, she finds an unlikely companion in Sunny, a domestic robot created by her husband’s electronics company. Featuring performances by Hidetoshi Nishijima and Joanna Sotomura, this Apple TV series explores themes of loss, companionship, and the intersection of human and artificial intelligence. “Sunny” is poised to be a thought-provoking and visually stunning addition to your summer watchlist.










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