Let’s find out which titles will be added to the Disney + catalog in July 2022, including unmissable films and TV series.
The month of July will give lots of news to the library of Disney +: The highly anticipated first part of the fourth season of Mayans MC arrives starting July 27, the twelfth season of Bob’s Burgers (July 13), while on July 6 comes the full five seasons of the popular Ghost Whisperer series with Jennifer Love Hewitt and Good Trouble returning with the complete third season.
The Shark Fest will also return in July with numerous National Geographic titles, including Chris Hemsworth: Hunting for Sharks. Also on Disney + there will be a new section for lovers of the detective genre entitled True Crime: among the titles, subscribers will find Captive Audience: A Real American Horror Story starting from 6 July, Wild Crime, The most ferocious animal of all, City of Angels | City of Death available from July 20 and The Sinfluencer of Soho which will arrive on July 22 on the streaming platform.
Here are all the news:
- Zombies 3 will debut on Disney + in July! While waiting for this new exciting adventure, on the platform you can watch, or relive, the first two chapters of the beloved franchise. The film stars Milo Manheim as zombie Zed and Meg Donnelly as cheerleader Addison, who begin their senior year at Seabrook High, in the city that has become a safe haven for monsters and humans. Zed is awaiting a sports scholarship that will make him the first zombie to attend college, while Addison is preparing for Seabrook’s first national cheer-off. Suddenly, however, extraterrestrials will arrive in Seabrook, causing anything but friendly competition. The film also stars Chandler Kinney as Willa, Ariel Martin as Wynter, Pearce Joza as Wyatt, Carla Jeffery as Bree; Trevor Tordjman plays Bucky, Kylee Russell is Eliza, Terry Hu plays A-spen, Matt Cornett is A-lan, Kyra Tantao is A-li, James Godfrey plays Bonzo, and Kingston Foster is Zoey.
- Bob’s Burgers – The film is an animated comedy adventure based on the award-winning Emmy® series of the same name. After a ruptured water pipe creates a chasm in front of Bob’s Burgers blocking its entrance, Bob and Linda struggle to keep the business afloat. Meanwhile, the boys try to solve a mystery that could save the restaurant.
- In the Name of Heaven, from FX, is a series inspired by Jon Krakauer’s bestseller true crime and follows the events that led to the 1984 murder of Brenda Wright Lafferty (Daisy Edgar-Jones) and her baby daughter in a suburb of Salt. Lake Valley, Utah. As Detective Jeb Pyre (Andrew Garfield) investigates the events involving the Lafferty family, he uncovers buried truths about the origins of the Mormon religion and the violent consequences of an unyielding faith. What Pyre, a devout Mormon, discovers leads him to question his own faith.
High School Musical: The Musical – The series: The Wildcats head to Camp Shallow Lake, a summer camp in California, where they will live together with their companions an unforgettable summer full of romance, nights without curfew and life in the open air. With a Frozen production on the horizon and a “docuseries” full of behind-the-scenes drama, can the Wildcats prove who is the “best in the snow” without leaving anyone in the cold?
The Princess: When a beautiful and tough princess refuses to marry the cruel sociopath she’s been betrothed to, she is kidnapped and locked up in a remote tower of her father’s castle. With the suitor rejected and bent on retaliating by usurping the throne, the princess is called upon to protect her family and save her kingdom.
Not Okay follows Danni Sanders (Zoey Deutch), an aspiring writer with no goals, no friends, no sentimental perspectives and, worst of all, no followers, who fakes an Instagram-friendly trip to Paris in hopes of increasing her popularity on social media. average. When a terrifying accident strikes the City of Lights, Danni unintentionally falls into a bigger lie than she ever imagined. She returns as a heroine, she forms an unlikely friendship with Rowan (Mia Isaac), a survivor of a school shooting and committed to changing society, and conquers the man of her dreams of her, Colin (Dylan O ‘ Brien). As an influencer and activist, Danni finally has the life and audience she always wanted. But it’s only a matter of time before this idyllic picture cracks and Danni finds out at her expense that the Internet loves slut.
With exclusive access, Oscar®-nominated director Lawrence Kasdan takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes adventure of Industrial Light & Magic, Lucasfilm’s special effects, animation and virtual production division. Audiences will be able to discover what inspired some of the most legendary directors in Hollywood history and explore their stories from early films to work to bring George Lucas’ vision to life. Produced by Imagine Documentaries and Lucasfilm, and executive producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, the six-episode docuseries will debut July 27 exclusively on Disney +.
Santa Evita is the story of a body without a tomb and the legend that ensued. In 1955, a military coup in Argentina overthrew then-president Juan Domingo Perón and hid Evita’s body for 16 years to prevent it from becoming a symbol against the regime. Prior to her death, Eva had become a powerful political figure as General Perón’s wife, and her unburied corpse haunted the country’s political arena for over two decades. The original series will be streaming on July 26
Promised Land: An epic and generational drama series about two Latin families fighting for wealth and power in California’s Sonoma Valley. The first season of the original series will be streamed from 6 July.
The Responder: Chris (Martin Freeman) drives an emergency vehicle in his tough hometown of Liverpool. Night after night he confronts crime, violence and addiction on the streets as he struggles with personal demons that threaten to destabilize his job, his marriage and his mental health. When Chris is forced to welcome new recruit Rachel (Adelayo Adedayo), they both quickly discover that survival in this pressing, relentless and dark world hinges on helping or destroying each other. The action takes place over a week with increasingly tense night shifts. Deep in helplessness and despair, with his own family slipping away from him, Chris clings to the idea of saving the life of a young drug addict trapped in a deadly dilemma. If he succeeds, perhaps he can save himself and rediscover what it means to be a police officer.