What’s Coming to Amazon Prime Video in July 2022

Streaming Lists and News for Amazon Prime Video July 2022

July 1

16-Love
1UP
52 Pick-Up
A Feral World
A Hologram for the King
A Very Brady Sequel
Adventure Boyz
Aeon Flux
Ali
All Roads to Pearla
Alternatino With Arturo Castro
As Long as We Both Shall Live
Attack of the Unknown
Awaken The Shadowman
Barry Munday
Betrayed
Blown Away
Blue Jay
Body of Evidence
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Broadway Danny Rose
Cadillac Man
Call of the Wolf
Cedar Rapids
Changeland
Chasing Molly
Clueless
Coffy
Cotton Comes to Harlem
Coyotaje
Criminal Law
Cruel Hearts
Cruiser
Dark Blue
Dark Waters
Dave Made A Maze
DC Noir
Dead Ringers
Drillbit Taylor
Easy Does It
Europa Report
Eye Of The Needle
Four Feathers
Forev
French Postcards
Frisky (2015)
Futureworld
Gino’s Wife
Gladiator
Good Neighbors
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral
Here Comes the Devil
High-Rise
Hobo with a Shotgun
Hot Dog…The Movie
Hot Fuzz
In Action
Infinitum: Subject Unknown
Internal Affairs
Into the Blue
Iris Warriors
Jacob’s Ladder
Jamie Marks Is Dead
Jennifer’s Body
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
John Dies at the End
Kiltro
Lincoln
Little Man Tate
Loves Spell
Lust For Love
Mandela
Midnight in Paris
Moments in Spacetime
No Way to Live
Party With Me
Patriot Games
Pieces of April
Play the Game
Pretty Ugly People
Racing With The Moon
Raging Bull
Revolutionary Road
Rosemary’s Baby
Runner
Say Your Prayers
Slash
Son of God
Speed
Stay
Stuff
Sunset Song
Swiped
Switchback
The Arbors
The Fighter
The Fighting Temptations
The General’s Daughter
The Gospel According to Andre
The Honor Farm
The Hunted
The Italian Job
The Mongolian Connection
The Pirates! Band Of Misfits
The Posthuman Project
The Queen of Versailles
The Republic of Two
The Rest of Us
The Sum of All Fears
The Talented Mr. Ripley
The Time Machine
The Terminal List
Tucked
Unicorn City
Venus and Serena
Virtuosity
Wargames
We Love You, Sally Carmichael!
We Take The Low Road
When Icarus Fell
Yentl

July 2

House of Gucci

July 8

Warriors on the Field

 July 15

Don’t Make Me Go
Forever Summer: Hamptons

 July 22

Anything’s Possible
Prizefighter

 July 29

Paper Girls

The Boys Has Been Renewed for a New Season 

Based on the gritty comic books of the same name, The Boys premiered it’s third season on Amazon Prime Video at the beginning of the month. Now, with the new season not even completely released, Billy Butcher himself Karl Urban has revealed season 4 is already shooting. Season 3 has been the show’s most anticipated season yet, increasing viewership by 17% since the premiere of season 2. The Boys is also the first Amazon original series to be featured as a franchise on the platform as the animated spinoff, The Boys Presents: Diabolical premiered in March. Season 3 has received praise so far, and fans are excited that Butcher, Hughie, MM, and Frenchie’s missions are far from over. 

The Power Has Lost More Crucial Cast Members 

Based on the feminist sci-fi novel of the same name, The Power has faced many production difficulties mostly due to the pandemic. In early 2020, before the start of the pandemic Leslie Mann(This Is 40) and Rainn Wilson(The Office) were cast in the leading roles. Wilson was the first to exit the project due to scheduling conflicts caused by the pandemic’s major delays. Now, Mann has officially left the series along with Wilson’s replacement Tim Robbins(The Shawshank Redemption). The roles will be cast and the scenes filmed with Robbins and Mann will be reshot. The Power is developed by Naomi Alderman who wrote the 2016 novel. It won the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction. The show also features an all-female writers’ room to allow for further and authentic development. Though these casting issues are a setback for the series, it is still in production. 

Historical Best-Seller The Deviant’s War to be Developed for Prime Video

In 2020, historian Eric Cervini told the story of Frank Kameny who launched a landmark case against the federal government after he was fired from his job as a Department of Defense Astronomer for being gay. The case was filed in the 1950s and is seen today as a prominent pre-stonewall move forward for LGBTQ+ rights. Brad Pitt’s entertainment company Plan B and Amazon Studios are teaming up to produce this impactful project and Tony-award-winning playwright Matthew López is also onboard. López had this to say about joining the project, When I first read Eric’s book, I knew I wanted to adapt it for television. And when I first met Eric, I knew I had found the right creative partner to help me bring it to life, so much of American queer history is told from a post-Stonewall perspective, but Eric’s book provides an essential understanding of that vital period prior to Stonewall — about the work and the lives of the people who (for better and for worse) planted the seeds of queer liberation”. The show is currently in the writing stages. No official filming date has been released as of yet.