#JulyStreamings: Top Ten Must-watches across platforms

30 . Jun . 2018
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It is that time of the month again, streamers. Almost six months have passed by and brought in a gamut of content for us streamers. Be it dramedy, love stories, reality shows or comedy, the first half of 2018 has been amazing. With the hope that the second half is equally good, TheDigitalHash.com has collated the top ten digital titles coming out in July that you can’t miss.

Read on to know the list:

  1. Anne with an E: Season 2 (Netflix Original)

The series based on the 13 year old Anne Shirley returns for a season two on Netflix. The daydreaming orphan living in Green Gables, with a strong imagination will return to the streaming service on July 6.

  1. Sacred Games (Netflix Original)

Set against the backdrop of 90s underworld of Mumbai (then Bombay), Netflix’s first ever Indian web series stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte. It is directed by Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap and premiers on July 6 on Netflix.

  1. The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter (Netflix Original Film)

Buck Ferguson, a star of hunting videos, sets out to connect with his 12 year old son, along with his trusted cameraman Don. But he learns that connections can’t be forced the hard way. The Original will premiere on Netflix on July 6.

  1. Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2018: Freshly Brewed (Netflix Original)

The web series is hosted and directed by famed comedian Jerry Seinfield. The tenth season of the series will continue to have Jerry take his comedian friends for rides and fun conversations. The new season premiers July 6.

  1. First Team: Juventus: Part B (Netflix Original)

The Netflix series First Team: Juventus is a six part docu-series about the Italian association football club Juventus. The first part of the series came in February 2018 streaming three episodes. The part B will consist of the remaining 3 episodes and will stream on July 6.

  1. Samantha! (Netflix Original)

A child star in the 80s, Samantha is now craving for the spotlight 30 years back. With some help from her kids and former husband and soccer player, she is trying to get back into the public eye. Season 1 of Samantha comes to Netflix on July 6.

 

  1. Somebody Feed Phil: The Second Course (Netflix Original)

The creator of Everybody loves Raymond; Philip Rosenthal continues to travel the globe in the second course of the Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil. He also continues to taste the local delicacies and cuisines. In the second part of the series, he visits destinations such as Venice, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen and much more. The series streams on Netflix on July 6.

 

  1. Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 2 (Netflix Original)

Following the steps of fellow journalist Paul Conolly, Raphael Rowe has taken up the baton to give the audiences an insight into the toughest prisons in the season two of Inside The World’s Toughest Prisons. Raphael will give the viewers first-hand experience of living inside the prison. The season two of the series streams on Netflix on July 6.

  1. TVF Yeh Meri Family

The Viral Fever is all set to present a dramedy set in ‘98 to its audiences. Yeh Meri Family is based on the Guptas, which consists of the Gupta couple and their three school going kids with special focus on their second son Harshu. The series streams July 12.

  1. Orange Is The New Black Season 6

The new season of Orange Is The New Black might as well have the same feeling the season 5 of the series had. It might have to do more with comedy than horror. The star cast of the prison series will remain the same in the new season with some additions. The series streams on July 27 on Netflix.

 

Now, you know how to plan your streaming itinerary for the month!