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Five Movies and TV Shows Dropping This Month We Can’t Wait to Watch

Five Movies and TV Shows Dropping This Month We Can’t Wait to Watch

As we dive into the heart of summer, July is packed with exciting new releases that are set to keep us entertained indoors during those scorching hot days. From heartwarming documentaries to the return of a long-awaited animated series, here are five movies and TV shows dropping this month that we’re eagerly looking forward to.



Available now on Netflix

The Olympics has us in our sports era, or so it seems. Sprint is a thrilling sports drama that delves into the world of competitive sprinting. Following a young and ambitious sprinter striving to make it to the Olympics, the film explores themes of dedication, sacrifice, and the relentless pursuit of greatness. Sports dramas have a unique way of capturing the raw emotion and intensity of athletic competition, and Sprint. It’s the perfect show to watch before it passes the baton to the official Olympic games.

2. Sound of Hope: The Story of Possum Trot

In Theaters July 4

This film focuses on the true, inspiring tale of Possum Trot, a small community in Texas known for its extraordinary act of kindness. In an unprecedented effort, the dozens of residents from this town adopted 77 of the most hard-to-place foster children, transforming their lives and demonstrating the power of compassion and community. As executive producer Letitia Wright told RELEVANT, “It’s not just a movie — it’s a movement.” Angel Studios, the faith-based company behind the movie, believes this will be a catalyst to encourage families to step up and protect children in the foster care system.

3. Quad Gods

Available on Max July 10

Quad Gods is a high-octane reality series that follows the lives of elite quadriplegic athletes who push the boundaries of physical limitations. With gripping personal stories and intense competitive spirit, this show promises to be a rollercoaster of emotions and adrenaline. As the world is gearing up to watch the summer Olympics, this series serves as a reminder that all of us have our own inspiring stories to tell.


Exploding Kittens

Available on Netflix July 12

Based on the wildly popular card game, Exploding Kittens is an animated series that brings the quirky, explosive fun of the game to life — with a theological twist. The adaptation will showcase the timeless battle between good and evil, personified by God (Tom Ellis) and Satan (Lucy Liu) who find themselves reincarnated as Earth-bound felines. But Exploding Kittens is more than a tale of two cats. It’s a commentary on the absurdity of cosmic conflicts played out in the most mundane of settings. Considering the series was developed by The Office co-creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels’ animation company Bandera Entertainment, we fully expect more laughs and less philosophical introspection.

5. Futurama (Season 12)

Available on Hulu July 29

After a far-too-long hiatus, the iconic animated series Futurama is finally making its return. Set in the 31st century, the show follows the adventures of Fry, Leela, Bender, and the rest of the Planet Express crew as they navigate the quirks and challenges of the future. Futurama has always been a brilliant mix of sharp wit, clever satire and heartfelt moments. And with many of the original cast and creators back on board, we can expect the same level of creativity and laughs that made it a cult favorite.

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