New things to watch on Netflix, Amazon, Disney and HBO

Street Food: USA - July 26 (Netflix)
Under the Banner of Heaven - July 27 (Disney+)
Spider-Man: No Way Home - July 22 (HBO)
The Man in Gray - July 22 (Netflix)
How to Change Your Mind - July 12 (Netflix)
Morbius - July 1 (HBO)
Stranger Things (S4, Vol. 2) - July 1 (Netflix)
Spencer - July 1 (Amazon)
The Princess - July 1 (Disney+)
Do It Like a Man - July 1 (Amazon)
The Terminal List - July 1 (Amazon)
Girl in the Picture - July 7 (Netflix)
Uncharted: Off the Map - July 8 (HBO)
Doc: A New Life (S2) - July 8 (Amazon)
Atlanta - July 13 (Disney+)
DB Cooper: Where are you? - July 13 (Netflix)
Kiss Sixth Sense - July 13 (Disney+)
Resident Evil - July 14 (Netflix)
Persuasion - July 15 (Netflix)
The Good Doctor (S5, P2) - July 15 (Amazon)
Carmel: Who killed María Marta? (El Crimen del Country) - July 17 (HBO)
Georgetown - July 21 (Amazon)
Dog: Wild Ride - July 22 (Amazon)
Anything's Possible - July 22 (Amazon)
Rebel (S2) - July 27 (Netflix)
Pretty Little Liars: A New Sin - July 28 (HBO)
Harley Quinn (S3) - July 28 (HBO)
Uncoupled - July 29 (Netflix)
Street Food: USA - July 26 (Netflix)

A cultural journey through America's street food. After filming previous seasons in Asia and Latin America, the series comes to the United States to visit Los Angeles, Portland, New York, New Orleans, Miami, and Oahu. Along the way, it tells the stories of people who created tasty and unforgettable dishes.

Under the Banner of Heaven - July 27 (Disney+)

This miniseries based on the non-fiction book of the same title describes how crime in a congregation challenges the faith of a detective assigned to investigate the case. The leading role is for Andrew Garfield.

Spider-Man: No Way Home - July 22 (HBO)

One of the highest-grossing films of recent years, this Spider-man installment stars Tom Holland and Zendaya. After the world learns that Peter Parker is the alter ego of Spider-Man, the young man's life changes dramatically. Desperate to reclaim his privacy and that of his family and friends, Peter turns to Doctor Strange for a solution, unaware that this will cause a rift in the multiverse and a threat it has never seen before.

The Man in Gray - July 22 (Netflix)

CIA agent Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling) is recruited from a prison compound by his superior, Donald Fitzroy (Billy Bob Thornton). He is also being hunted by Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans), an ex-CIA partner who will stop at nothing to capture him. Luckily, Gentry has the help of agent Dani Miranda (Ana de Armas). In short, an adventurous spy story with a celebrity cast.

How to Change Your Mind - July 12 (Netflix)

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney and New York Times bestselling author Michael Pollan present a documentary series with each of the four episodes focusing on a different hallucinogenic substance: LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, and mescaline.

Morbius - July 1 (HBO)

Michael Morbius is a doctor who, in search of a cure for his illness, acquires superhuman abilities. He will have to face his new and terrifying nature. The film stars Jared Leto and Adria Arjona.

Stranger Things (S4, Vol. 2) - July 1 (Netflix)

Volume 2 marks the end of the fourth season of this successful Netflix series. It has two episodes of two hours each, in which the group deals with the villain Vecna. They also reveal whether any of the characters will die as a result of his evil. Without a doubt, it's an exciting end to the season for Eleven and her friends.

Spencer - July 1 (Amazon)

In some countries, this film is only now available by streaming. It shows how the marriage between Princess Diana (Kristen Stewart) and Prince Charles has declined by the time they are celebrating Christmas 1991 at the Queen's estate. There is food and drink, shooting and hunting. Diana knows the rules of the game, but this year things will be profoundly different.

The Princess - July 1 (Disney+)

The Princess is a strong-willed girl who refuses to marry a sociopath. As a consequence, she is kidnapped and locked in the tower of her father's castle.

Do It Like a Man - July 1 (Amazon)

Raul, Eduardo, and Santiago are childhood friends who live a happy and heteronormative life until Santiago tells the others that he is gay. After some initial homophobic reactions, Eduardo and Raul put aside their prejudices and help Santiago in his new life. The stars of this Latin drama are Mauricio Ochmann, Alfonso Dosal and Humberto Busto.

The Terminal List - July 1 (Amazon)

In this series featuring Chris Pratt, a marine returns home after his platoon has been decimated during a secret mission. While dealing with conflicting memories and guilt, he discovers that dark forces are against him and the people he loves.

Girl in the Picture - July 7 (Netflix)

This true-crime documentary is already considered one of the most disturbing stories of abuse, deception, and kidnapping. Viewers' discretion is advised.

Uncharted: Off the Map - July 8 (HBO)

For Nathan Drake (Tom Holland), the most important thing is to find his brother. If he finds some treasures along the way, that's not bad either. Also acting in this adventure film are Mark Wahlberg and Antonio Banderas.

Doc: A New Life (S2) - July 8 (Amazon)

The life of Dr. Andrea Fanti, a brilliant chief of internal medicine, takes an unexpected turn when the father of a deceased patient shoots him. Andrea survives the attack but loses the memory of the last twelve years of his life. When he wakes up, he has to fight to recognize his companions, his family, and the man he has become.

Atlanta - July 13 (Disney+)

After four years, the long-awaited third season of 'Atlanta' arrives. Created by and starring Donald Glover, its plot revolves around three friends in the city in Georgia and the musical aspirations of one of them.

DB Cooper: Where are you? - July 13 (Netflix)

The series examines the 50-year search for the mysterious man who hijacked a Northwest Airlines plane in November 1971 and disappeared with $200,000. Five decades went by, there are few clues and too many suspects. DB Cooper remains one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century.

Kiss Sixth Sense - July 13 (Disney+)

This Korean production tells the story of Ye Sol, a clever accountant with a particular gift: she can see the future of everyone she kisses.

Resident Evil - July 14 (Netflix)

Set in the year 2036, this series explores the post-apocalyptic world of the series and game with the same title. The cast includes Lance Reddick, Ella Balinska, Tamara Smart, Siena Agudong, Adeline Rudolph and Paola Nuñez.

Persuasion - July 15 (Netflix)

Based on the novel by Jane Austin and starring Dakota Johnson, this film follows the story of Anne Elliot, who after 8 years of being persuaded not to marry a boy from a humble background, bumps into him again along the way. Will love emerge this time?

The Good Doctor (S5, P2) - July 15 (Amazon)

Dr. Shaun Murphy is forced to confront Lea about their relationship and determine what it really means to her. In addition, we will see the return of Dr. Claire Browne.

Carmel: Who killed María Marta? (El Crimen del Country) - July 17 (HBO)

This new original series shows the days before and after the death of María Marta García Belsunce, an Argentine sociologist who was murdered and whose case was solved a month later. The crime occurred in 2002 and dominated the media for weeks. It seemed like a domestic accident but eventually turned out to be murder.

Georgetown - July 21 (Amazon)

Another film that has been available in some countries before but now premieres in a wider sphere on Amazon. Highly recommendable, it's an adaptation of the true story of Ulrich Mott, an ambitious social climber. He marries a wealthy widow in Washington DC to mingle with powerful politicians.

Dog: Wild Ride - July 22 (Amazon)

This film is about Jackson Briggs (Channing Tatum), a member of the military, and his dog Lulu, who travel along the Pacific coast in the hope of making it to a soldier's funeral on time.

Anything's Possible - July 22 (Amazon)

Kelsa is a confident trans girl in her final year of high school. Her classmate, Khal, falls in love with her and plucks up the courage to ask her out, despite the drama it could cause. The result is a love story that shows the joy, tenderness, and pain of young love.

Rebel (S2) - July 27 (Netflix)

'Rebel' is a spin-off of the popular series 'Elite.' In its second season, the students in the Elite Way School experience broken relationships, new romances, and other adventures.

Pretty Little Liars: A New Sin - July 28 (HBO)

This spooky 10-episode season takes us to Millwood, Pennsylvania where 20 years ago, a series of tragic events nearly tore the town of Millwood apart. Now, in the present day, a disparate group of teenage girls - an entirely new group of Little Liars - find themselves tormented by an unknown assailant and forced to pay for the secret sin committed by their parents two decades ago.

Harley Quinn (S3) - July 28 (HBO)

In this new season of the animated series, supervillain Harley Quinn continues her shenanigans along with Poison Ivy, the Joker, and other company.

Uncoupled - July 29 (Netflix)

Michael's life was perfect until his husband of 17 years decides to leave him. He must now find his way as a single gay man in his 40s looking for a partner. Starring Neil Patrick Harris.

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