Upcoming shows/movies on Prime this July
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Upcoming shows/movies on Prime this July

Prizefighter, a film directed by Daniel Grahams, tells the untold tale of a boxing champion

Upcoming shows/movies on Prime this July

We have good news for movie buffs and series bingers. From Paper Girls, a coming-of-age sci-fi adventure drama, and The Terminal List, a thriller drama starring Chris Pratt, Amazon Prime video is releasing a whole new set of promising shows and movies this month. With the weekend here, it is a great time to binge content.

We present to you a list of upcoming Amazon original shows

The Terminal List

James Reece, a Navy SEAL who returns home after his entire platoon was wiped out in an ambush, is the subject of the television series. Reece returns home to his family, seeking retribution for his squad while grappling with troubling memories of the incident and doubting his sanity. As Reece becomes aware that he is up against powerful forces that endanger the lives of him and his loved ones, action and drama ensue.

Releasing on: July 1, 2022

Paper Girls

The series, a science-fiction drama, is a streaming television program based on the comic book series of the same name written by Brian K. Vaughan and illustrated by Cliff Chiang, debuts at the end of the month on Prime Video. The time travel theme at the centre of the series' intriguing premise makes it seem like a surefire success.

Four teenage paper girls are caught between rival time travellers who want to alter the course of history in 1988, the day after Halloween. They encounter their future selves as they move between the past, present, and future and must choose whether to accept or reject their fate.

Releasing on: July 29, 2022

Don't Make Me Go

Cho plays a single father who sets out on a journey from California to New Orleans to reunite her with her estranged mother after learning he has a terminal illness. Cho makes an effort to compensate for the years of support and love he would lose with his teenage daughter.

Don't make me go is a 2022 adventure dramedy movie that Hannah Marks is directing. It was written by Vera Herbert. The movie had its Tribeca Film Festival premiere on June 13, 2022, and on July 15, 2022, it will be available on Amazon Prime Video.

Releasing on: July 15, 2022

Anything's Possible

The movie, which will soon be available on Prime Video, is a coming-of-age romantic comedy directed by Billy Porter and written by Ximena Garca Lecuona. This Gen Z coming-of-age tale centres on trans student Kelsa, who is portrayed by Eva Reign.

Kelsa, a self-assured transgender high school student, is navigating her senior year. Khal, a classmate who has a crush on her, finally gets up the nerve to ask her out despite knowing the fuss it would make. The young couple displays young love's happiness, tenderness, and pain.

Releasing on: July 22, 2022

Prizefighter: The Life of Jem Belcher

Prizefighter, a film directed by Daniel Grahams, tells the untold tale of a boxing champion. It is a forthcoming British-American biographical drama film directed by Matt Hookings about the origins of boxing that will be made available on Prime Video. In Bristol, England, in the 1800s, boxing was the sport of kings, and Jem Belcher was a talented young boxer who battled his way to becoming England's champion. He was the youngest-ever world champion before going blind at age 22 and passing away at age 30.

Releasing on: July 22, 2022