What’s Hot in July – New to Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video and the Fetch Channel Packs
Here’s a taste of what you can look forward to in July across the Fetch platform. Make sure you’re subscribed to all of your go-to streaming platforms, bulk up your EPG options with timely subscriptions to the Fetch channel packs and keep an eye out for the latest blockbuster movie and TV series arriving in the Stores.
The Terminal List
Stream from 1 July.
In this Prime Video original series James Reece returns home after his entire platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed, only to discover that new dark forces are working against him and endangering the ones he loves. Chris Pratt (Jurassic World: Diminion) headlines as Reece and is joined by a stellar cast including Taylor Kitsch, Constance Wu, Patrick Schwarzenegger and Riley Keough.
Mystery Road: Origin
ABC and ABC iView
Watch from 3 July.
It’s 1999 and Jay Swan, a freshly minted detective, takes up his first posting in an outback mining town. Investigating a series of robberies, Jay is confronted with a harsh truth that will change his life forever. Discover the origins of the iconic detective (portrayed wonderfully in the series Mystery Road as well as landmark thriller films Mystery Road and Goldstone by Aaron Pedersen), here played by Mark Coles Smith (Last Cab to Darwin and Occupation: Rainfall).
UFC 276 – Adesanya v Cannonier
Fetch Pay Per View, $54.95
Watch in CH970 from 12pm AEST, 3 July
Dominant and dynamic, Israel Adesanya has ruled the middleweight division with an iron fist since claiming the undisputed title in 2019. In UFC 276 “The Last Stylebender” may face his toughest test to date in the form of knockout artist Jared Cannonier. Plus, Alexander “The Great” Volkanovski and Max Holloway meet for a third time with Volkanovski’s featherweight title on the line.
Visit Menu > TV > Catch-Up > Adesanya v Cannonier. The entire event will be available in Catch-Up 2 hours after the conclusion of the final fight.
We Hunt Together Season 2
Watch on BBC First from 7 July.
This month marks the anticipated return to BBC First of this exhilarating cat-and-mouse thriller, which combines striking visuals and shocking storylines with moral depth and dark humour. After the first series’ dramatic finale, Freddy (Hermoine Corfield) successfully claimed to be an innocent bystander to Baba’s (Dipo Ola) murder spree. As people close to Freddy start dying, it appears somebody has her in their sights. As the body count racks up, Detectives Jackson and Lola (Babou Ceeday and Eve Myles) realise a dangerous new game of lust, obsession and murder has begun.
How to Please a Woman
Buy or rent 20 July.
Gina (Sally Phillips, Off the Rails) has recently lost her job and feels stuck in a passionless marriage. She has always lived life on the sidelines – that is, until she is met with the groundbreaking business opportunity of converting a team of well-built moving guys into well-built housecleaners. Finally, she is the boss she has always wanted to be. But, as her business booms, her clientele demands something more – sex, or better yet, pleasure. Faced with something far more than she imagined, Gina and her team launch an enterprise that is all about getting intimacy right between people. Written and directed by Renée Webster (Aftertaste) this funny and sensitive comedy has been a big hit with Australian audiences, and likely to be one of the most successful local films in 2022.
Celebrity Beef with Joel McHale Season 1
Watch on E! from 20 July.
The actor, comedian and former host of The Soup is back and ready to tackle the hottest celebrity feuds on the competition show Celebrity Beef. Each week two celebrities will go head-to-head in a light-hearted face-off, knives in hand and spices on the rack, ready to cook the best dish. Acting as prosecutor, judge and jury, McHale will crown one celeb as the episode’s cook-off winner, all while helping the enemies “squash their beef” once and for all.
The Gray Man
Stream from 22 July.
When the CIA’s most skilled mercenary known as Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling), aka Sierra Six, accidentally uncovers dark agency secrets, he becomes a primary target and is hunted around the world by psychopathic former colleague Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans) and a slew of international assassins. The Gray Man is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo (Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame) and with a production budget of $200 million has become the most expensive film ever made by Netflix. Anticipations are high.
Buy 27 July. Rent 3 Aug.
It’s 1943. The Allies are determined to break Hitler’s grip on occupied Europe, and plan an all-out assault on Sicily; but they face an impossible challenge – how to protect a massive invasion force from potential massacre. It falls to two remarkable intelligence officers, Ewen Montagu (Colin Firth) and Charles Cholmondeley (Matthew Macfadyen) to dream the most inspired and improbable disinformation strategy of the war. Operation Mincemeat tells the extraordinary true story of the idea that was hoped to alter the course of the war, with Jason Isaacs, Kelly McDonald and Johnny Flynn rounding out all all-star British cast.
Aussie Salvage Squad Season 4
Watch on Discovery from 27 July.
Aussie Salvage Squad explores the high-stakes work of the men and women of three heavy-duty salvage companies with viewers drawn into the wider-world of marine and land-based machinery salvage and recovery. The overarching theme of the series is to explore what happens when the Australian landscape collides with home and humanity. This season, Luke Purdy and his crew will take on eight extreme land and marine based recovery jobs in the Northern Territory, North Queensland and NSW, Shaun and Sarah, introduced to viewers in Season 3, will work in Western Australia, and the new team made up of Ben, Nicole and Karl will operate in and around Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. Season 4 fulfills the promise of the show going national.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season 3
Stream from 27 July.
Set at a fictionalised version of East High School, the school where the original movie was filmed High School Musical: The Musical: The Series introduces members of the drama club and their faculty advisers as they work their way toward the opening night of the musicals that they produce. New romances blossom, old friendships are tested to their limits while new ones are formed, and lives are changed forever as these students discover the transformative power that only high school theater can provide. The series stars singer-songwriter sensation Olivia Rodrigo. The third season is set outside of the school year and will feature the students attending a summer theatre camp in California, with the campers preparing to stage a production of ‘Frozen’.
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
Watch 28 July – 8 Aug.
The countdown is on for the highly anticipated Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Following Seven’s Olympic broadcast of Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022, the Commonwealth Games will provide even more opportunities for Australians to cheer on their sporting heroes.