5 must-watch shows and movies arriving on NOW in July
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Oscar winners, huge blockbusters and a brand new mystery series!
You'll be very happy to hear that the folks at NOW have a jam-packed month ahead for us to enjoy!
They've given us a sneak peak of what to expect in July, so all of the below (and more besides!) will be available to stream with your NOW Cinema Membership and your NOW Entertainment Membership, starting with...
Streaming from 1 July
One of 2022's big Oscar magnets, this powerful sports biopic focuses on the relationship between Richard Williams (Will Smith) and his daughters, Venus and Serena, who go on to become two of the most respected and admired sports stars of our time.
Spider-Man: No Way Home
Stream from Friday, 15 July
The next epic instalment in Peter Parker's (Tom Holland) adventures sees him tackling the multiverse, with some famous Spidey supervillains including Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina) and Electro (Jamie Foxx). Thankfully, he won't have to fight them alone...
Stream every episode from Thursday, 7 July
This darkly comic horror series tells the story of a free-living woman (Michelle de Swarte) who finds her life turned completely upside down by the arrival of a baby. But she doesn't know where the baby came from, or how to explain the baby's apparently supernatural - and particular violent - powers.
Stream the first three episodes on Friday, 29 July, followed by new episodes streaming weekly
This mysterious dark comedy features an incredible cast - William Jackson Harper, Cristin Miloti, Nick Offerman, Dylan Baker - and tells the story of a couple who go on holiday in the Mayan Riveria to celebrate their 10th anniversary, only to get pulled into an unsolved mystery that took place 15 years earlier.
The Card Counter
Stream from Friday, 29 July
Produced by Martin Scorsese, directed by Paul Schrader (the writer of Taxi Driver), this powerful drama tells the story of a self-trained card counter (Oscar Isaac) who gets caught up in a complicated web involving mayors, casino employees and former soldiers.
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