The best TV shows to watch in July 2022, from Under the Banner of Heaven to Resident Evil


The best TV shows to watch in July 2022, from Under the Banner of Heaven to Resident Evil

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Chris Pratt as James Reece (Photo: Amazon Studios)

What: During an undercover mission, James Reece’s Navy Seal troop is ambushed. Now home and questioning his part in the attack, Reece becomes the target of dark forces when new evidence comes to light.

Who: Chris Pratt, Constance Wu

When: July 1, Prime Video

Strange things

Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven (Photo: Netflix)

What: The final two episodes of the fourth season of the Duffer Brothers’ immensely popular sci-fi drama will see the Hawkins kids battle the mind-altering demon Vecna ​​once and for all. But not everyone will make it out alive…

Who: Millie Bobby Brown, Winona Ryder, Joe Keery

When: July 1, Netflix

queer as folk

CG as Shar and Jesse James Keitel as Ruthie (Photo: Peacock)

What: This “re-imagining” of Russell T Davies’ classic 1999 series on gay life in Manchester follows a group of queer friends in modern-day New Orleans. When their local LGBTQ+ club, Babylon, burns down, the gang comes together to mourn their loss.

Who: Kim Cattrall, Devin Way, Juliette Lewis

When: July 1st, StarzPlay

The baby

as Natasha (Photo: Sky UK)

What: When 38-year-old Natasha lands with a baby literally falling out of the sky, she doesn’t quite know what to do. She soon realizes that she has a special bond with the newcomer…and discovers that she has terrifying sinister powers.

Who: Michelle de Swarte, Tanya Reynolds, Isy Suttie

When: July 7, Sky Atlantic/Now

Better call Saul

Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman (Photo: Netflix/AMC)

What: Saul Goodman’s final outing will see the return of Breaking Bad’s Walter White and Jessie Pinkman. No spoilers for anyone who hasn’t seen the first half of season six yet, but that shocking ending certainly gives the final eight episodes an intriguing twist.

Who: Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, Jonathan Banks

When: July 12, Netflix


Martin Freeman as Paul and Daisy Haggard as Ally (Photo: Mark Johnson/Sky/Avalon)

What: There’s no time jump this time, though Paul and Ally still haven’t managed to stop their children, Ava and Luke, from becoming tweens. With Paul now out of the house because his anger makes Luke anxious, the family finds itself at a crossroads.

Who: Daisy Haggard, Martin Freeman

When: July 13, Sky Comedy/Now

demonic resident

Siena Agudon as Young Billie and Tamara Smart as Young Jade (Photo: Netflix)

What: A remake of the Japanese horror video game series, this zombie drama follows Jade Wesker’s struggle to survive in a world that was invaded by a horrible virus 14 years earlier. In revenge for those she has lost, she vows to bring down those responsible.

Who: Ella Balinska, Lance Reddick

When: July 14, Netflix

What’s up with Pam

Renée Zellweger as Pam Hupp (Photo: Skip Bolen/NBC)

What: In 2011, Betsy Faria was murdered by her co-worker, Pam Hupp, although it was Faria’s husband, Russ, who took the blame and went to prison. This is the incredible true crime story of how Hupp deceived the press, the courts and the police and literally got away with it.

Who: Renée Zellweger, Josh Duhamel

When: July 21, Paramount+

Under the banner of heaven

Andrew Garfield as Jeb Pyre (Photo: Michelle Faye/FX)

What: When devout Mormon detective Jeb Pyre is sent to solve the murder of a mother and her baby, he soon realizes his Church was involved in the deaths. Moody and contemplative, this is a true crime drama for fans of Easttown Mare.

Who: Andrew GarfieldDaisy Edgar-Jones

When: July 27, Disney+

paper girls

Riley Lai Nelet as Erin, Camryn Jones as Tiffany, Fina Strazza as KJ and Sofia Rosinsky as Mac (Photo: Anjali Pinto/Prime Video)

What: Based on the comic book series by Brian K Vaughan, Paper Girls follows four teenagers who get caught in the middle of a time travel war and find themselves transported into the future. Will they be able to return home? And, more importantly, what will they do with their future selves?

Who: Riley Lai Nelet, Camryn Jones, Ali Wong

When: July 27, Prime Video