New on HBO, Netflix, Amazon, and Disney+ in August 2022

House of the Dragon - August 21 (HBO)
Game of Thrones - August 1 (HBO)
Carter - August 5 (Netflix)
A League of Their Own - August 12 (Amazon)
All or Nothing Arsenal - August 4 (Amazon)
Sandman - August 5 (Netflix)
Thirteen Lives - August 5 (Amazon)
I Am Groot - August 5 (Disney)
I Just Killed My Dad  - August 9 (Netflix)
Locke & Key (S3) - August 10 (Netflix)
Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist - August 10 (Netflix)
Never Have I Ever (S2) - August 12 (Netflix)
Day Shift - August 12 (Netflix)
The Addams Family 2 - August 12 (Amazon)
Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn't Exist - August 16 (Netflix)
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law - August 17 (Disney)
Look Both Ways - August 17 (Netflix)
Hunting Ava Bravo - August 19 (Amazon)
Book of Love - August 19 (Amazon)
Echoes - August 19 (Netflix)
The Craft: Legacy - August 19 (Netflix)
First Love - August 19 (Amazon)
The Girl in the Mirror - August 19 (Netflix)
A Kidnapping Scandal: The Florence Cassez Affair - August 25 (Netflix)
Samaritan - August 26 (Amazon)
Me Time - August 26 (Netflix)
House of the Dragon - August 21 (HBO)

The long-awaited prequel of 'Game of Thrones' has begun on HBO. In weekly released episodes, it tells the story of the Targaryen house 200 years before the events of GOT with a star cast including Emma D'Arcy, Olivia Cooke, and Matt Smith.

Game of Thrones - August 1 (HBO)

With 'House of the Dragon' premiering, HBO offers an improved version of all eight seasons of 'Game of Thrones' with all episodes in 4K, HDR 10, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos.

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Carter - August 5 (Netflix)

Forced to be part of a mysterious operation, Carter (Joo Won) must reclaim his identity and complete a mission on time in this fast-paced feature film shot in a single uncut shot.

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A League of Their Own - August 12 (Amazon)

This comedy series is reminiscent of the classic movie with the same title. Set in the World War II era, it tells the story of a group of women who have one goal: to play baseball in a professional league.

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All or Nothing Arsenal - August 4 (Amazon)

This new series from Amazon Prime takes us into the locker rooms of one of the most important soccer teams in Europe, Arsenal.

Sandman - August 5 (Netflix)

The Sandman follows in the footsteps of Morpheus, the god of sleep, and tries to right the cosmic and human mistakes he made during his existence.

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Thirteen Lives - August 5 (Amazon)

Twelve boys and the coach of a Thai soccer team are exploring the Tham Luang cave when an unexpected storm traps them in a chamber inside the mountain. Based on the real events of 2018.

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I Am Groot - August 5 (Disney)

'I am Groot' is a collection of shorts that tell the adventures of Groot and his new friends.

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I Just Killed My Dad - August 9 (Netflix)

This interesting docuseries deals with the motives that led Anthony Temple to shoot his father. It analyzes Anthony's psyche before the fateful day he killed his father.

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Locke & Key (S3) - August 10 (Netflix)

In this mystery and family drama, the Locke family discovers more magic inside the Key House, while a new threat - the most dangerous yet - lurks in Matheson and harbors its own plans for the keys. The series is an adaptation of the successful comic series by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez for IDW Entertainment.

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Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist - August 10 (Netflix)

Through revealing interviews, the perpetrators of a famous 2006 bank robbery in Argentina detail how and why they carried out the spectacular operation with 23 hostages. It also becomes clear who was responsible for them getting caught.

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Never Have I Ever (S2) - August 12 (Netflix)

In this coming-of-age comedy, Indian-American teenager Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) continues to deal with the everyday pressures of school and family while also starting new relationships.

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Day Shift - August 12 (Netflix)

This movie stars Jamie Foxx, Snoop Dog, and Dave Franco. Foxx is a family man who works hard to provide a good life for his resourceful daughter, but his mundane job is just a front for his real source of income: hunting and killing vampires for an international organization.

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The Addams Family 2 - August 12 (Amazon)

The monstrous family gathers again in its camper to embark on a new adventure.

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Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn't Exist - August 16 (Netflix)

'Untold' tells the story of football player Manti Te'o who was catfished and then cheated on by his supposed girlfriend.

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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law - August 17 (Disney)

Jennifer Walters, a single lawyer in her thirties with a very green and famous cousin, Bruce Banner (Hulk), discovers that she has the same powers as her cousin. How will she manage her life as a lawyer and superhero?

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Look Both Ways - August 17 (Netflix)

On the eve of her university graduation, the life of Natalie (Lili Reinhart) splits into parallel realities: one of them sees her becoming pregnant and remaining in her hometown, while in the other, she moves to Los Angeles for a career.

Hunting Ava Bravo - August 19 (Amazon)

Buddy King, an eccentric millionaire, spends his time hunting people on his hidden estate in the mountains. His latest victim, Ava Bravo (Kate del Castillo), will not be an easy target though.

Book of Love - August 19 (Amazon)

When the English writer Henry Cooper (Sam Claflin) has a bestseller in Mexico, his publicist sends him there to promote the book. Once there, he discovers why his novel is so popular: the Mexican translator María (Veronica Echegui) has rewritten his boring story as a suspenseful, hot novel.

Echoes - August 19 (Netflix)

Starring Michelle Monaghan and Matt Bomer, this suspenseful limited series follows two identical twins who swapped places when they were little and now live double lives as adults.

The Craft: Legacy - August 19 (Netflix)

In this remake of the 1996 film 'The Craft', a group of high school students with supernatural powers forms a witch circle.

First Love - August 19 (Amazon)

Starring Diana Kruger, among others, this movie tells a story of teenage love at first sight.

The Girl in the Mirror - August 19 (Netflix)

After surviving a bus accident that killed nearly all of her classmates, Alma wakes up in a hospital with no memory of the incident...or her past. With the help of her parents and friends, whom she does not recognize, she tries to unravel the mystery behind the accident.

A Kidnapping Scandal: The Florence Cassez Affair - August 25 (Netflix)

This documentary exposes all the details of the notorious Cassez-Vallarta case of 2005. How did Florence Cassez and Israel Vallarta become the center of a diplomatic scandal between Mexico and France?

Samaritan - August 26 (Amazon)

Sam Cleary suspects that his mysterious and reclusive neighbor, Mr. Smith (Sylvester Stallone), is a celebrity hiding in plain sight. He resembles a super-powered vigilante, Samaritan, who was presumed dead 20 years ago.

Me Time - August 26 (Netflix)

Kevin Hart, Mark Wahlberg, and Regina Hall star in this comedy about best friends, madness, family, and unforgettable moments. In the film, a househusband is left alone for the first time in years when his wife and children go on a trip. He reconnects with an old friend, which sets off a wild and dangerous weekend.

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