July is here and its time to catch up with the latest and the best movies and TV series in the entertainment world. With most people at home, you are probably looking for something to keep you glued on the screen. Here are some of the best movies and TV shows to watch this July
The Baby-Sitters Club
“The Baby-Sitters Club” is a rich, warm-hearted story about a group of middle-schoolers who band together, not only to make a little extra money and give themselves an excuse to hang out, but to provide a much-needed service for parents; the titular baby-sitters have an earnest yet relaxed investment in the kids they care for, and that same casually compassionate attitude buoys the series itself to lovable heights. Adult viewers may come for a pastel-dipped piece of nostalgia, but they — and younger audiences — will stick around for a savvy, inclusive, and rewarding update on “BSC.”
Hanna Season 2
If you missed the season one of Hanna, Its time you grab a copy of it and start watching. The first season never disappointed and season two came out some few days ago. This long-form television adaptation of Joe Wright’s 2011 feature tells the scintillating story of a young assassin raised in the woods — one who, when tracked down by a CIA agent on the prowl, will do just about anything it takes to learn the truth about who she is.
Director Kitty Green’s striking feature about an assistant who is working for a predatory film producer notably never shows the unnamed boss, an obvious stand-in for Harvey Weinstein. It makes his presence all the more looming, and illustrates the banality of the kind of abuse that the #MeToo movement highlighted. The show will be streaming on Hulu from July 20th
Cursed Season 1
If you’re in need of a post-“Witcher” fantasy show, “Cursed” seems to be the best option. The series is based on the recently released book “Cursed” reimagines the legend of King Arthur by asking, “What if the sword chose a queen?” So, rather than a young Arthur pulling the kingmaker from the stone, the 10-episode first season posits that perhaps Nimue , a “teenage heroine with a mysterious gift,” has the right to wield Excalibur. Though she’s supposedly destined to become the Lady of the Lake, Nimue embarks on a mission to find Merlin alongside a teen Arthur, as the two heroes fight back the Red Paladins and their evil King.
From the minds of 2 Indian film royalties Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass, Room 104 is unlike just about anything else on television. The series sets each of its 30-minute installments in its titular hotel room through which a varied assortment of characters pass, spending a night or two within its walls and experiencing things that are far from typical.
The Eurovision song contest is about Two small-town singers tirelessly chase their pop star dreams at a global music competition, where high stakes, scheming rivals and onstage mishaps test their bond.
When They See Us
The When They See Us harrowing series is a hard watch, but an important one. The series is Starring Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman, it tells the true story of the Central Park Five, five black and Hispanic teens who were wrongfully convicted of a rape that took place in New York City in 1989. They were accused and charged on flimsy evidence, and a racist system saw them incarcerated for a heinous crime act they had no involvement with. The drama will leave you spitting with outrage as you witness an incredible miscarriage of justice.
The Muppets is a Disney production that has been around for a while and now it is back bigger and better Given Disney’s streaming treatment with Muppets Now, this “unscripted” series will feature all our favorite characters acting through three different, unscripted and improvised segments of a game show, a cooking show, and a talk show. Watch the trailer above, and it is clear the rest is being held under lock and key.