Here’s Everything Coming To Netflix, Stan, Presto And Foxtel This July

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Here’s Everything Coming To Netflix, Stan, Presto And Foxtel This July

While neither Stan, Presto nor the Australian Netflix library has anything near the range of US streaming services, every month we get just a little more. Foxtel is also adding a number of hugely popular titles to their Anytime on-demand streaming. Read on to see all the content that will be added to their libraries during the month of July.

Netflix

This month, Netflix is leading with even more original titles, including a new series Stranger Things, new seasons of BoJack Horseman and Between, and new episodes of Scream every week.

Here are some of the highlights:

Stranger Things

A love letter to the ’80s classics that captivated a generation, Stranger Things is set in 1983 Indiana, where a young boy vanishes into thin air. As friends, family and local police search for answers, they are drawn into an extraordinary mystery involving top-secret government experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one very strange little girl.
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Between, Season 2:

After a mysterious disease kills every resident over 22 years old, survivors of a town must fend for themselves when the government quarantines them.
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BoJack Horseman, Season 3:

BoJack is certain he’s on the comeback trail as he promotes his starring turn in the film biography of Secretariat, the legendary racehorse. Despite the Oscar buzz surrounding the movie, BoJack worries about his artistic legacy.
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Brahman Naman

Set in Bangalore in the 1980s, Brahman Naman follows the exploits of Naman, a quick witted, high school quiz champ who leads his hopelessly nerdy friends on a trip to Calcutta to win a major college prize. Young, smart and full of heart, the trio are determined to win the quiz – and to lose their virginity along the way.
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Here’s the full list:

Netflix Originals

Between, Season 2 — 1 July
Marcella, Season 1 — 1 July
Marco Polo, Season 2 — 1 July
Jim Jefferies: Freedumb — 1 July
Deep, Season 1 — 1 July
Stranger Things, Season 1 — 15 July
BoJack Horseman, Season 3 — 22 July
Degrassi: Next Class, Season 2 — 22 July
Scream, Season 2 — New Episodes July 12, July 19, July 26

Netflix Original Films

Brahman Naman — 7 July
Rebirth — 15 July
Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru — 15 July
Tallulah — 29 July
Last Chance U — 29 July

Netflix Originals For Kids

Word Party, Season 1 — 8 July
Puss in Boots, Season 3 — 15 July
Popples, Season 3 — 24 July
LEGO: Bionicle: The Journey to One, Season 2 — 29 July
Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh — 29 July

Netflix Original Anime

Kuromukuro, Season 1 — 4 July
Magi: The Adventures of Sinbad, Season 1 — 15 July

Highlights

Blue is the Warmest Colour — 1 July
Dom Hemingway — 1 July
Free Willy — 1 July
Gilmore Girls: Complete Season 1-7 — 1 July
Sensitive Skin, Season 2 — 1 July
What A Girl Wants — 1 July
A Decent Arrangement — 1 July
Dirt game, Season 1 — 1 July
A Family Affair — 1 July
Eastsiders, Season 1-2 — 1 July
Father Ted, Season 1-3 — 1 July
John Safran’s Race Relations, Season 1 — 1 July
Judith Lucy’s Spiritual Journey, Season 1 — 1 July
Queer As Folk, Seasons 1-2 — 1 July
Review with Myles Barlow, Season 1-2 — 1 July
Shame — 1 July
The Wiggles, Season 5 — 1 July
Toast of London, Season 1-3 — 1 July
Very Small Business, Season 1 — 1 July
Making the American Man — 1 July
When Harry Met Sally — 6 July
The Invitation — 8 July
Gridlocked — 14 July
The Negotiator — 15 July
Holidays — 15 July
How to Get Away with Murder, Season 1 — 15 July
Teen Wolf, Season 5 — 17 July
Cruel Intentions — 20 July
Gladiator — 20 July
Half Baked — 27 July
Raising Helen — 27 July


Stan

Stan’s exclusive offerings this month include an in-depth, real time look at the circus that is the 2016 US presidential race, as well as new episodes of UnREAL and a new season of Power. Here are the highlights:

The Circus: Inside The Greatest Political Show On Earth:

Come one, come all to The Circus. This real-time documentary series pulls back the curtain on the 2016 US presidential race, revealing the intense, inspiring and infuriating stories behind the headlines as events unfold each week. It is a never-before-attempted take on what promises to be one of the most fascinating and consequential elections in modern history.

UnREAL:

Set against the backdrop of the hit dating competition show ‘Everlasting’, UnREAL is led by flawed heroine Rachel Goldberg (Shiri Appleby), who returns as supervising producer, renowned for her skills manipulating her relationships with, and among, the contestants to get the vital dramatic and outrageous footage that the show’s dispassionate executive producer, Quinn King (Constance Zimmer), demands. What ensues once again is an eye-opening look at what happens in the world of reality TV.
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Power:

From Executive Producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson comes Season 3 of Power, picking up right where Season 2 left off. James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) is at odds with everyone including his former partner and best friend Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora), who comes to the ominous conclusion that Ghost must die.
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Extant:

An astronaut (Halle Berry) returns home from a mission but her experiences in space lead to events that will ultimately change the course of human history.
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Here’s the full list:

TV:

The Circus: Inside The Greatest Political Show On Earth — June 1
Roadies — every Monday from July 4
The Last Ship, Season 3 — every Monday from July 4
UnREAL, Season 2 — every Tuesday from July 5
Angie Tribeca, Season 2 — every Tuesday from July 5
Containment — every Wednesday from July 6
Episodes, Season 1-3 — July 14
Power, Season 3 — July 18
Reign, Season 1 — July 21
Extant, Season 1, July 28

Movies:

The Prince — July 1
American Ultra — July 1
The Gift — July 2
Good Kill — July 3
Z For Zachariah — July 6

World Movies:

Zero Motivation — July 7
Fellini Collection — July 8
Blue Room — July 17
Girlhood — July 24
Nasty Baby — July 27


Presto

Presto is leading its June lineup with Season 2 of Mr Robot and the finale of The Mindy Project’s fourth season, both fast-tracked from the US. They’ve also got acclaimed thrillers such as Catching Milat and Blindspot. Here are some of the highlights:

Mr Robot

Winner of the Golden Globe for Best TV Drama, Mr Robot follows Elliot Alderson (Golden Globe-nominee Rami Malek), a young cyber-security engineer who becomes involved in the underground hacker group fsociety, after being recruited by their mysterious leader (Golden Globe-winner Christian Slater). Following the events of fsociety’s 5/9 hack on multi-national company Evil Corp, the second season explores the consequences of that attack as well as the illusion of control.
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Catching Milat:

In line with the 20th anniversary of the conviction of one of Australia’s most infamous, and brutal serial killers, Ivan Milat, Presto streams the psychological thriller Catching Milat on July 27. Based on the investigations into the backpacker murders of the 1990s which led to Milat’s arrest and conviction, Catching Milat is the story of the men who brought the killer to justice..
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Blindspot:

A woman with no memory is found naked in Times Square with her body fully covered in tattoos. Her discovery sets off a complex mystery that ignites the attention of the FBI, which begins to follow the road map on her body into a larger conspiracy of crime, while bringing her closer to discovering the truth about her identity.
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The Sopranos Every Episode:

Called “the television landmark that leaves other landmarks in the dust,” by the Washington Post, HBO’s The Sopranos follows the life of Italian American mobster, Tony Soprano as he navigates the difficulties he faces balancing the conflicting requirements of his home life and his criminal organisation..
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Here’s the full list of what will be available:

TV:

New TV shows streaming on Presto in July include:

• The Sopranos, Every Episode — July 1
• Modern Family, Season 6 — July 1
• The Normal Heart — July 1
• Angels in America, Season 1 — July 1
• Band of Brothers, Season 1 — July 1
• In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye — July 1
• Larry Kramer In Love And Anger — July 1
• One Last Hug: Three Days At Grief Camp — July 1
• Questioning Darwin — July 1
• The (Dead Mothers) Club — July 1
• Eastbound & Down, Seasons 1-3 — July 3
• Nurse Jackie, Seasons 1-7 — July 9
• The Mindy Project, Season 4 Finale — July 5
• Mr Robot, Season 2 — July 14
• Blindspot — July 14
• Winners and Losers — July 15
• Olive Kitteridge — July 22
• Catching Milat — July 27

Movies

• Manny Lewis — July 1
• Bridget Jones’s Diary — July 1
• Big Momma’s House — July 1
• Big Momma’s House 2 — July 1
• Can’t Hardly Wait — July 1
• Commando — July 1
• Crazy Heart — July 1
• Dream House — July 1
• First Blood — July 1
• The Fly — July 1
• The Fly 2 — July 1
• Free Willy — July 1
• Free Willy 2 — July 1
• The Girl Next Door — July 1
• Girl, Interrupted — July 1
• The Glass House — July 1
• Ice Age — July 1
• Ice Age 2: The Meltdown — July 1
• Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs — July 1
• Independence Day — July 1
• Insidious — July 1
• Intersections — July 1
• JFK — July 1
• Joe Dirt — July 1
• Kate & Leopold — July 1
• The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen — July 1
• Little Man Tate — July 1
• Last Cab To Darwin — July 1
• The Mod Squad — July 1
• Money Train — July 1
• Multiplicity — July 1
• New York Minute — July 1
• Notorious — July 1
• Open Water — July 1
• The Others — July 1
• The Perfect Guy — July 1
• Rambo III — July 1
• Rambo: First Blood Part II — July 1
• Stand By Me — July 1
• Street Kings — July 1
• Thunderbolt And Lightfoot — July 1
• Undisputed — July 1
• The Normal Heart — July 1
• Independence Day — July 1
• Hotel Transylvania 2 — July 2
• Frozen — July 2
• Frozen Fever (short film) — July 2
• The Night Before — July 2
• The Insider — July 2
• The Yards — July 3
• The Interpreter — July 3
• Pinocchio — July 3
• Starship Troopers — July 3
• Two By Two — July 4
• 88 Minutes — July 4
• Monsters Inc. Mike’s New Car — July 5
• Tin Toy — July 5
• Lava (Pixar short) — July 7
• Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason — July 8
• Ladder 49 — July 8
• Land Of The Lost– July 8
• Terminator 2: Judgment Day — July 9
• Bambi — July 9
• Bambi II — July 9
• Luxo Jr. — July 9
• Dumbo — July 10
• Munich — July 10
• Day & Night — July 13
• The Ladykillers — July 13
• Flipper — July 15
• Bend It Like Beckham — July 16
• The Princess Diaries — July 16
• Take Me Home Tonight — July 16
• Straight Outta Compton — July 17
• 17 Again — July 17
• Robin Hood — July 17
• George And A.J. — July 19
• The Visit– July 21
• Imagine That — July 22
• La Luna — July 22
• Star Trek Iv: The Voyage Home — July 22
• Star Trek V: The Final Frontier — July 22
• Star Trek Vi: The Undiscovered Country — July 22
• Holding The Man — July 23
• For The Birds — July 23
• The Guardian — July 23
• Holding The Man — July 23
• Leatherheads — July 23
• Star Trek — July 23
• Star Trek Generations — July 23
• Star Trek 2 The Wrath Of Khan — July 23
• Star Trek 3 The Search For Spock — July 23
• Star Trek: First Contact — July 23
• Star Trek: Insurrection — July 23
• Star Trek: Nemesis — July 23
• Star Trek: The Motion Picture — July 23
• The Count Of Monte Cristo — July 24
• Frost/Nixon — July 24
• Holy Man — July 25
• Never Cry Wolf — July 26• Party Central — July 26
• Village Of The Damned — July 28
• Feast — July 29
• Geri’s Game — July 29
• Pixie Hollow Bake Off — July29
• Everest — July 3


Foxtel Anytime

With Foxtel Anytime, you can stream shows any time you want (surprisingly) although the shows have to be a part of your package already (say, the Drama package if you want to watch Game of Thrones). Here are some of the highlights:

Secret City

This six part mini-series, based on the novels The Marmalade Files and The Mandarin Code, peels back the placid facade of Canberra and looks at a rising tension between China and America, where political journalist Harriet Dunkley (Anna Torv) uncovers a secret city of dangerous interlocked conspiracies.
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Wayward Pines:

Wayward Pines that centres on a mysterious small town where visitors and locals struggle to understand the place’s strange origins, and if there is any escape. Season 1 streams in July, with new episodes from season 2 added as they go to air.
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Da Vinci’s Demons:

Da Vinci’s Demons introduces us to the 25 year old Renaissance genius, Leonardo Da Vinci and explores a fictional fantasy history of the ultimate visionary as he struggles to live within the confines of his own reality and time to be both ostracised and celebrated for his ideas.
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Luther

British crime drama Luther follows Inspector John Luther (Idriss Elba) who works for a special crime unit and is consumed by the darkness of the crimes he investigates. Luther becomes increasingly driven as he gets closer to the source of each crime as his investigations become a psychological duel between predator and prey.
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Here’s the full list of what will be available:

TV:

New TV shows streaming on Foxtel Anytime in July include:

• Secret City, Season 1 — July 1
• Mr. Robot, Season 1 — July 1
• Wayward Pines, Season 1-2 — July 1, new episodes added weekly
• My Dream Home, Seasons 1-5 — July 1
• Buying & Selling, Seasons 1-3 — July 1
• The Sopranos, Seasons 1-6 — July 1
• Property Brothers at Home, Season 1 — July 1
• Da Vinci’s Demons , Seasons 1-3 — July 1
• Luther, Seasons 1-4 — July 1
• The Wire, Seasons 1-5 — July 1
• The Great British Bake-off: Crème De La Crème — Weekly beginning July 19th

Movies

• 17 Again
• 88 Minutes
• American Ultra
• Bambi
• Bambi II
• Bend It Like Beckham
• Big Momma’s House
• Big Momma’s House 2
• Blinky Bill: The Movie
• Bloodsucking Bastards
• Bridget Jones’s Diary
• Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason
• Can’t Hardly Wait
• Chronicle
• City Of Ember
• Commando
• The Count Of Monte Cristo
• Crazy Heart
• Day & Night
• The Descendants
• Dream House
• Dumbo
• Everest
• Fan Girl
• Fanboys
• Fast & Furious 6
• The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift
• Fast Five
• Feast
• First Blood
• Flawless
• Flipper
• The Fly
• The Fly II
• For The Birds
• Free Willy
• Free Willy 2
• Frost/ Nixon
• Frozen
• Frozen Fever
• George And A.J.
• Geri’s Game
• The Gift
• The Girl Next Door
• Girl, Interrupted
• The Glass House
• Glee: The Concert Movie
• Good Kill
• The Guardian
• Halloween
• Holding The Man
• Holy Man
• Hotel Transylvania 2
• Ice Age
• Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
• Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs
• Imagine That
• Independence Day
• The Insider
• Insidious
• The Interpreter
• Intersections
• JFK
• Jindabyne
• Joe Dirt
• La Luna
• Ladder 49
• The Ladykillers
• Land Of The Lost
• Last Cab To Darwin
• Lava
• The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen
• Leatherheads
• Legend
• Little Man Tate
• Love & Mercy
• Luxo Jr.
• Man Up
• Manny Lewis
• The Martian
• Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
• Me And Earl And The Dying Girl
• The Mod Squad
• Money Train
• Monsters Inc. Mike’s New Car
• Multiplicity

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Comments

  • Is it possible to include the list of things disappearing? It’s nice to know when your last chance to see something is before it disappears.

    • I would include that if I could, but it’s not sent with the info I get from Stan/Netflix/Presto/Foxtel

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