We’ve crossed over to the next half of the year. For those who are looking to spend more weekends in July on watching streaming TV shows, here is our Top 10 list. From Netflix to HBO Now and Hulu, we’ll give you a range of options so you won’t have to waste time combing through the vast selection.
The Big Short (Netflix, July 6)
If you still haven’t got a clue how the American housing crisis of the 2000s happened, here’s an inside look from the boys who were in the middle of it. The Rolling Stone calls it a high finance satire of sorts.
Back to the Future Trilogy (Netflix, July 1)
It might evoke a bit of nostalgia for the lost days of the 1980s, go back to the future with Michael J. Fox as the trilogy predicts. Try and see which ones they’ve got right and wrong about the future.
BoJack Horseman Season 3 (Netflix, July 22)
The Vox hails its second season as the best original programming Netflix has aired in 2015. It might be worth the watch to see if its third season lives up to the legacy.
The films of Albert Brooks (Netflix, July 1)
From meaningful laughs to treating comedy with a shade of existential woes, all of Albert Brooks’ 7 films are up for your perusal!
The Bourne Ultimatum (HBO Now, July 1)
As Jason Bourne hits the theaters later this month, refresh your memory on what Jason Bourne has done on his missions and where he left off.
28 Weeks Later (HBO Now, July 1)
The sequel to 28 Days later, watch how a society may rebuild itself after a devastating zombie apocalypse.
Looking: The Movie (HBO Now, July 23)
After HBO cancelled the series after two season, HBO has given its followers the closure they needed.
Difficult People, Season 2 (Hulu, July 12)
If you have secret misanthrope side, you will relish this season of Difficult People. Follow Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner as they say all the rude things we wanted to say ourselves.
Fish Tank (Hulu, July 1)
Get an insight into the plight of a lower-class British teenage girl played by Katie Jarvis. Watch as director Andrea Arnold weave a powerful, moving story about a girl’s quest for her life, love, identity and family.
The Last Alaskans (Hulu, July 1)
If you’ve sworn off reality TV for its recurring uninteresting storylines, this is the one to convince you otherwise. This is a compelling reality tv series that shows you the last frontier on the Arctic refuge.