With summer in full swing, the temperatures are getting hot, but these new titles coming to streaming in July 2024 are even hotter.

Television Titles Coming to Streaming in July 2024

Streaming giant Netflix has a few new seasons of beloved series dropping on the streamer this month, as well as a new show. Fans of Vikings will see the third and final season of Vikings: Valhalla, due to drop on July 11th. The saga continues with Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter), Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett), and Freydís Eiríksdóttir (Frida Gustavsson). Although it’s the final season, fans will also meet two new characters: Maniakes (Florian Munteanu), a fearless Byzantine general who answers only to the Emir, and Erik the Red (Goran Višnjić), Leif and Freydís’ father. The historical fiction series, which premiered in 2021, follows how tension arises between the Vikings and the English in the early 11th century, inspired by characters in Norse mythology.

A week later, Cobra Kai drops Season 6, divided into three parts to complete the series. On July 18th, the first five episodes of part one will be released all at once. Cobra Kai is based on the 1984 film series The Karate Kid. Original Karate Kid Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) continues the story from when he first arrived in the Valley in 1984 to the present day, where he’s helped influence a new generation of underdog heroes, formed unlikely alliances, and honored the lessons of his sensei, Mr. Miyagi, in a dojo of his own.

For reality TV lovers, Too Hot to Handle will premiere Season 6 on Netflix on July 19th. The reality dating competition encourages single participants to leave their lives of mingling and flings behind in exchange for committed relationships, offering a maximum prize pot of $250,000 for a couple who can form a strong emotional bond and lay the foundations for a successful relationship.

A new dark comedy titled The Decameron premieres on Netflix on July 25th. Loosely inspired by the iconic short story collection of the same name, the series examines the all-too-timely theme of class struggles in the season of a pandemic as a cast of misfits tries to outlast the bubonic plague pandemic in 1348 Florence. The Decameron stars Tony Hale as Sirisco, Zosia Mamet as Pampinea, Saoirse Monica-Jackson as Misia, Tanya Reynolds as Licisca, Karan Gill as Panfilo, and more.

Netflix doesn’t have all the notable titles, as AppleTV+ has quite a few new series premiering on their roster for July. Thriller series Sunny stars Rashida Jones living in Kyoto, Japan, whose life is upended when her husband and son disappear in a mysterious plane crash. As a consolation, she is given Sunny, one of a new class of domestic robots made by her husband’s electronics company. The series premieres on July 10th. The next day, in the sci-fi coming-of-age family series Me, a 12-year-old kid named Ben (Lucian-River Chauhan), who is in the throes of middle school, adjusts to a newly blended family and the realization that he has superpowers.

rashida jones still from season one of 'Sunny', Notable Titles Coming To Streaming In July 2024.
Courtesy of AppleTV+.
Photo courtesy of AppleTV+.

Over on Hulu, the streamer has returning seasons of popular television series dropping in July. First, reality competition Claim to Fame returns for Season 3 on July 10th. Co-hosted by siblings Kevin and Frankie Jonas, the series challenges 12 celebrity relatives to step outside their famous family members’ shadows and live together under one roof, concealing their identities and lineage in the quest for their own fame and fortune. They compete in challenges, form alliances, and play DNA detective in hopes of avoiding elimination and winning the coveted $100,000 prize. The long-running adult animated series Futurama returns for the 12th season on July 29th. The show initially aired in 1999.

Take a look below at which movies are coming to streaming in July 2024:

  • Beverly Hills Cop 4: Axel Foley

    Detective Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) is back on the beat in Beverly Hills. After his daughter’s life is threatened, she (Taylour Paige) and Foley team up with a new partner (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and old pals Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) and John Taggart (John Ashton) to turn up the heat and uncover a conspiracy. Streams on Netlix on July 3rd.

  • Love Lies Bleeding

    Max snags another A24 film, this time with the thriller crime starring Kristen Stewart as Lou, a reclusive gym manager who falls hard for Jackie (Katy M. O’Brian), an ambitious bodybuilder who’s heading to Las Vegas to pursue her dream. Their love soon leads to violence as they get pulled deep into the web of Lou’s criminal family. Ed Harris and Dave Franco are also in the cast. The film drops on Max on July 19th.

  • Find Me Falling

    Coming off a flop album and his biggest hit’s dwindling popularity, aging rock star John Allman (Harry Connick Jr.) decides to take a break from his career to reclaim his spark. He moves to an isolated cliffside home on the idyllic Mediterranean island of Cyprus. His dream of keeping a low profile is derailed when he is routinely confronted by desperate souls and later faced with even more complicated surprises when an old flame reignites. Also starring Agni Scott, Ali Fumiko Whitney, Tony Demetriou, Angeliki Filipidou, Lea Maleni, Athina Roditou and Clarence Smith. Comes to Netflix on July 19th.

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