We’re moving the calendar from July to August, which means blockbuster season is coming to an end. But on TV, things are just heating up.
From the “Game of Thrones” prequel to the latest Marvel, there’s plenty of content to look forward to hitting streaming services this month.
So to help cut the fuss, we’re highlighting some of the most notable new releases on top streaming channels like Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+ and more.
HBO’s surprise 2020 hit is back for a long-awaited second season, which promises even more drama in the already acrimonious world of investment banking.
The popular comic by author Neil Gaiman is getting a new adaptation this month. The dark fantasy series is reported as having a cost up to $15 million per episode and features a cast that includes “Game of Thrones” stars Gwendoline Christie and Charles Dance.
Thirty years after the release of the original classic, Amazon adapted “A League of Their Own” into an eight-episode series. Set in the 1940s, the film follows a group of women who form an all-girls baseball team while the male players serve in World War 2.
Mindy Kaling’s popular high school comedy returns for a third season and will follow protagonist Devi Vishwakumar as she learns her first relationship.
The latest show in Marvel’s growing TV library stars Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner’s cousin, AKA The Hulk. The nine-episode series will be a courtroom comedy after Walters juggles her work as a lawyer with her newly acquired superpowers.
More than three years after “Game of Thrones” aired its final episode, HBO is back with a prequel series that it hopes will tap into the popularity that made the original the biggest show on TV. “House of the Dragon” is set 300 years before the events of the original show and chronicles the fall of House Targaryen. If the recently released trailer is any indication, there’s no shortage of dragons.
From the creators of the critically-acclaimed series “The Americans,” “The Patient” stars Steve Carrell as a therapist incarcerated by a serial killer (played by a serial killer). “Star Wars” star Domhnall Gleeson), who wants to curb his murderous urges.