10 New Shows & Movies To Binge-Watch On OTT Platforms This July

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With the monsoon upon us in full swing, we already know how we’re spending our days in July. Snuggling up in bed and binge-watching new releases on OTT platforms, while biting into some hot samosa (‘cause it just goes with the weather perfectly). Got the same plan and wondering what to watch? We’re here to help. Ahead, we list all the new shows and movies on our roster this month.

1. Stranger Things Season 4: Volume 2

If you can’t tell yet by the numerous stories we’ve written already, we at ELLE are major fans of Stranger Things. Volume one ends with Nancy being taken to Upside Down so we will see her friends going to rescue her. Eleven finally gets some of her powers back in Season 4 Volume 1, and we’re super excited to watch her come back stronger than ever. Volume one also had all the characters scattered–Joyce went to save Hopper from Russia; Max, Lucas, Steve, Dustin, Robbin and Eddie were in Hawkins; and the rest were with Eleven, so we’re hoping to see everyone come together in Hawkins to defeat Vecna.

Currently streaming on Netflix 

2. Koffee With Karan

After almost four years, Karan Johar is back with our favourite Bollywood talk show to spill some piping hot tea…scratch that…coffee. This season, Karan decided to pair co-actors from upcoming films. So expect stars like Akshay Kumar and Samantha Prabhu, Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt, Janhvi Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan, Varun Dhawan and Anil Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani, and Ananya Panday and Vijay Deverakonda.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on July 7

3. Ranveer Vs Wild With Bear Grylls

Whether it’s on his own Instagram account or during public appearances, we’ve all seen how much Ranveer Singh loves Deepika Padukone. Showing how far he can go for his lady love, Ranveer is all set to venture into the depths of the wild to find a rare flower for his wife in the harsh forests of Serbia along with British adventurer Bear Grylls. But there’s a catch–you get to choose Ranveer’s path, making this Netflix India’s first interactive show. You get to decide how Ranveer gets off a high cliff or what kind of insect he should eat in the forest to survive. That coupled with Ranveer’s entertaining commentary in between is enough to add this to our watchlist STAT!

Streaming on Netflix on July 8

4. Modern Love: Hyderabad

After the successful release of Modern Love: Mumbai, which is the Indian version of the international series, get ready to watch the Telugu version of the show. Modern Love: Hyderabad. Directed by Nagesh Kukunoor, Venkatesh Maha, Uday Gurrala and Devika Bahudhanam, the series showcases six heartwarming love stories that cover the various facets, shades and emotions of love in the city. The show features Revathy, Nithya Menen, Aadhi Pinisetty, Ritu Varma, Suhasini Maniratnam, Naresh Agastya, Abijeet Duddala, Malavika Nair, Ulka Gupta, Naresh, and Komalee Prasad, among others.

Streaming on Amazon Prime Video on July 8

5. Shoorveer

Military dramas are no stranger to Indian cinema and small screens. And if this genre has your interest, this new series is right up your alley. Shoorveer traces the journey of the creation of an elite task force (uniting The Indian Air Force, Navy and Army) in India as they undergo specialised training to become the nation’s first responder team against national threats. Will they succeed in their mission? You’ll have to watch and find out.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on July 15 

6. Candy

Watch Jessica Biel play a deadly role in this true-crime drama series. Candy is a dramatisation of the 1980 murder in which Candy Montgomery (played by Biel) was accused of murdering her friend Betty Gore (Melanie Lynskey), a middle school teacher she met at the church. The real Candy Montgomery had admitted that she used an ax to slash Betty 41 times after initially claiming she killed her in self-defense.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on July 15

7. Persuasion

Loved Bridgerton? Then it’s time to add the next Regency-era drama to your watchlist. Persuasion is the cinematic adaptation of Jane Austin’s last novel of the same name before she passed away. The film stars Dakota Johnson as the lead, Anne Elliot. The plot? At the age of 19, Anne falls in love with a simple but lowly naval officer, Frederick Wentworth. Her mentor, Lady Russell persuades her to call off the engagement assuming she will find a better match. But eight years later, Wentworth comes crashing back into her life as a rich and handsome captain. While Anne is still in love with him and is excited to see him again, Wentworth doesn’t quite feel the same.

Streaming on Netflix on July 15

8. Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between

Jordan Fisher stole our hearts as the “other guy” in To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You. And now, we see him in a new romantic American drama. Based on the novel of the same name by Jennifer E. Smith, Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between stars Talia Ryder and Jordan in lead roles as Claire and Aiden respectively. When the couple makes a pact to break up before college—no regrets, no broken hearts—one epic goodbye date gets them to retrace the steps of their relationship. From their first kiss to their first argument, they begin to wonder if they should be together or part ways forever.

Streaming on Netflix on July 6 

9. Boo, Bitch

Ask anyone about their high school days and each person will have some unique and weird story to share. But imagine if someone told you that they woke up one day only to realise they’re a ghost. Now that’s another level of weird! This is exactly what happens to Erica Vu (played by Lana Condor) in the upcoming show. In an attempt to be seen by her peers, Erica gets into an accident that causes her to cross over to the spirit world. She then starts leading the life of a ghost and finally gets what she wished for. But will she be remembered more for what she does as a spirit or when she was alive as a human?

Streaming on Netflix on July 8

10. Resident Evil

Based on Capcom’s legendary survival horror franchise, Resident Evil is a new live action series gracing the OTT platform. Nearly three decades after the discovery of the T-virus, an outbreak reveals the Umbrella Corporation’s dark secrets in the New Racoon City, and Jade Wesker vows to bring down those responsible while fighting to survive against the Infected.

Streaming on Netflix on July 14

In case you missed the new shows and movies from last month, check out our June watchlist part 1 and 2 here. 

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