What premieres on Netflix, HBO Max, Prime Video in the week of July 25 to 31

A week full of premieres in streaming platforms is culminating to start a completely renovated. In this sense, of July 25 to 31subscription services will add series and movies to their catalogs with productions for all tastes. Rebel, Paper Girls, Pretty Little Liars Y Saint Avoid These are just some of the titles that will fight to be the most watched in the coming days. Take a look at what comes next. Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max, Star+, Disney+, StarzPlay and Acorn TV so you don’t miss out on anything.

+ Premieres on Netflix this week

– Pipe | Movie

Release date: July 27th

Plot: Former researcher Manuela “Pipa” Pelari, who lives an isolated life in a small Argentine town, is forced to confront secrets from her past.

– Rebel (Season 2) | Series

Release date: July 27th

Plot: The drama-packed young adult series returns for another season with the new generation of rebels, with Azul Guaita and Sergio Mayer Mori.

– Mismatched | Series

Release date: July 29

Plot: When her boyfriend of the last 17 years abruptly moves out, a real estate agent faces the prospect of starting over as a single man in his forties.

– Wounded Hearts | Movie

Release date: July 29

Plot: Despite their differences, an aspiring singer-songwriter (Sofia Carson) and a Marine (Nicholas Galitzine) fall madly in love.

+ Prime Video releases this week

– Paper Girls | Series

Release date: July 29

Plot: Four 12-year-old girls face a mission, a few hours after Halloween night in 1988. Caught in a complicated conflict, they will travel through time to save the world.

+ HBO MAx premieres this week

– Pretty Little Liars: A New Sin | Series

Release date: 28 of July

Plot: Twenty years ago, a series of tragic events nearly tore the working class town of Millwood apart. Now, in the present day, a disparate group of teenage girls, a whole new group of Pretty Little Liars find themselves tormented by an unknown assailant and forced to pay for the secret sin committed by his parents two decades ago…as well as the his.

– Harley Quinn (Season 3) | Series

Release date: July 29

Plot: Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy return for a much more intense and wacky third season, ready to kick off their “eat, punch and kill” tour.

+ Premieres on Star+ this week

– Saint Avoids | Series

Release date: July 26

Plot: It is a fiction based on the homonymous bestseller by Argentine writer Tomás Eloy Martínez and follows the intriguing story of the embalmed body of Eva Perón after her death, which was kept waiting to be buried for three years for the construction of a monument. that never materialized.

-Scream | Movie

Release date: July 29

Plot: It has been 25 years since a string of brutal murders shocked the sleepy town of Woodsboro, California. Now, a new killer dons the mask of Ghostface and goes after a group of teenagers in his quest to revive secrets from the town’s deadly past. The fifth installment of the saga created by Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson features part of the original cast of the franchise such as Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette.

+ Premieres on Disney+ this week

– High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Season 3) | Series

Release date: July 27th

Plot: It is set at Camp Shallow Lake, a campground in California, where the Wildcats and their fellow campers prepare for an unforgettable summer full of romance, nights without schedules and the possibility of enjoying nature. With a difficult Frozen reboot on the horizon plus a dramatic production “docuseries” in the works, the Wildcats will try to prove who is “better in the snow” without leaving anyone out in the open.

+ Premieres on StarzPlay this week

– Queer As Folk | Series

Release date: July 31st

Plot: Queer as Folk is a vibrant reimagining of the groundbreaking British series created by Russell T. Davies (It’s A Sin, Doctor Who), exploring a diverse group of friends in New Orleans whose lives are transformed after tragedy strikes.

+ Premieres on AcornTV this week

– The Other One (Season 2) | Series

Release date: 28 of July

Plot: A year has passed since the sudden death of Cathy’s father (Ellie Whithe, Bloods), which revealed to her and her mother Tess (Rebecca Front, Grantchester) the existence of her lover Marilyn (Siobhan Finneran, Downton Abbey) and her another daughter, Cat (Lauren Socha, Catastrophe). Now, this pair of sisters will face the news that they have another brother (Christopher Jeffers, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga), while Marilyn starts a feud with Colin’s third lover (Michele Austin, Meet the Richardsons). , which is counterproductive.

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