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New original and off-network series titles for the month of July will appear on the streaming video services Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu.
Netflix will debut the eight-episode short series “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” on Friday, July 31. It is the prequel to the 2001 cult classic movie about a group of camp counselors with the year of 1981 as its setting. All of that film’s cast returns for the limited series including Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Banks.
The second season of “BoJack Horseman” will arrive on Netflix on Friday, July 17. The hilarious animated series features the voice of Will Arnett as the title character, a depressed television star from the 1990’s who aims to revive his career by writing a memoir.
Telemundo’s hit telenovelas also arrive on Netflix on Wednesday, July 1: the first season of “La Reina del Sur” and the first two seasons of “El Señor de los Cielos” — the latter series’ third season currently the network’s most-watched program, by far.
Also arriving on Netfllix: the fourth season of AMC’s “Hell on Wheels” (July 4) and several cable reality series, all premiering on the streaming service on Tuesday, July 14: season one of A&E’s “Bad Ink“, season two of Lifetime’s “Preachers’ Daughters” and A&E’s “Storage Wars: Texas.”
Children and young adults wil have several new options to choose from on Netflix: the second season of anime series “Knights of Sidonia” (July 3), the second season of Disney XD’s “Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.” (July 28), the fifth season of Discovery Family Channel’s “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic” (July 30), and the second season of Netflix original DreamWorks animated series “Turbo Fast” (July 31).
The following series have said their goodbyes to television but each of their final seasons will say “hello” to Netflix in July: USA Network’s “White Collar” (July 4), Lifetime’s “Witches of East End” (July 7), and Fox’s “Glee” (July 18, also appearing on Amazon Prime).
Over on Amazon Prime, the fifth season of international hit period drama “Downton Abbey” will be available to stream on July 1. The series’ sixth season, debuting on television in the United Kingdom this fall, will be its last.
Like last summer, CBS’s “Under the Dome” and “Extant” will stream each episode on Amazon Prime beginning four days after they initially air on television. Both series’ renewals last year was due to CBS’s partnership with Amazon.
Several of HBO’s projects will stream on Amazon in July: the third season of “Boardwalk Empire” (July 16), the fifth season of “True Blood” (July 16), the first two seasons of Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom” (July 23), the entire series run of “Entourage” (July 30), and the award-winning biopic of legendary pianist Liberace “Behind the Candelabra” (July 30) which starred Michael Douglas and Matt Damon.
On Hulu, the third season of original series “East Los High” debuts on July 15. The series centers on a group of teenagers (most of them of Latin descent) growing up in East Los Angeles.
All seven seasons of the hard-hitting British criminal procedural “Prime Suspect” arrives on Hulu on Thursday, July 9. Academy Award winner Helen Mirren starred as detective Jane Tennison in the highly-acclaimed series that ran from 1991-2006.