It really is a battle of the streaming services right now, and thankfully the only winner out of this will be you, the content-hungry consumer. We’ve already told you what you should expect from Netflix and other streaming services this month, and now it’s time to divulge the complete viewing list for Amazon Prime Video across TV shows, documentaries, films, and original content.
Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime Video Australia in July 2022, followed by our top picks from the schedule.
What’s Coming To Amazon Prime Video Australia In July 2022?
Movies Coming To Amazon Prime In July 2022
- The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (01/07/2022)
- Robocop (01/07/2022)
- Me Before You (01/07/2022)
- 21 Jump Street (01/07/2022)
- The Pink Panther Strikes Again (01/07/2022)
- 22 Jump Street (01/07/2022)
- Legally Blonde (01/07/2022)
- Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (01/07/2022)
- Get Out (01/07/2022)
- Lady Bird (01/07/2022)
- American Made (01/07/2022)
- Atomic Blonde (01/07/2022)
- The Boss Baby (01/07/2022)
- Captain Underpants (01/07/2022)
- Pitch Perfect 3 (01/07/2022)
- Fifty Shades Darker (01/07/2022)
- Magic Mike (05/07/2022)
- 1up (08/07/2022)
- Belfast (11/07/2022)
- A Simple Favour (12/07/2022)
- Don’t Make Me go (15/07/2022)
- House of Gucci (16/07/2022)
- Anything’s Possible (22/07/2022)
- Sing 2 (30/07/2022)
TV Shows Coming To Amazon Prime In July 2022
- The Terminal List (01/07/2022)
- WNBA: Las Vegas Ages at Minnesota Lynx (03/07/2022)
- Warriors On The Field (08/07/2022)
- James May: Our Man In Italy Season 1 (15/07/2022)
- Forever Summer: Hamptons Season 1 (15/07/2022)
- WNBA: Atlanta Dream at Phoenix Mercury (17/07/2022)
- WNBA: Connecticut Sun at Minnesota Lynx (24/07/2022)
- WNBA: Seattle Storm at Washington Mystics (31/07/2022)
Documentaries Coming To Amazon Prime In July 2022
- There are no new documentaries coming to Amazon Prime Video Australia in July 2022.
Below you’ll find our favourite new additions to Prime in July 2022
Our Picks From Amazon Prime Video’s July 2022 Release Schedule
The Terminal List
The headline for Amazon Prime’s July 2022 release schedule is The Terminal List, a TV adaptation of former Navy SEAL Jack Carr’s book series that targets the same type of watcher who would chew through the likes of Jack Ryan and Reacher.
With Chris Pratt serving as lead and executive producer, Antonie Fuqua (Training Day, The Equalizer) sitting in the director’s chair, and Carr himself also executive producing along with developer David DiGillo, we should be seeing something decidedly fast-paced. From the trailer, there’s little doubt that this will satisfy fans of the aforementioned Amazon Prime TV shows, hitting the same nerve that struck hard when Pratt’s The Tomorrow War became one of the streaming service’s most successful films to date.
The story follows Pratt as James Reece, whose entire platoon of Navy SEALs was amused during a covert mission. With trauma trailing him after he returns home, Reece seeks answers about the ambush and endangers both himself and the lives of those he loves in his search for more information. And while that sounds like the typical plot of a series like this, if we’re going by Carr’s novels this should easily be one of the best shows on Amazon Prime Australia to watch as we head into the second half of the year.
Released in 2017, American Made remains one of director Doug Liman’s greatest achievements, once again pairing him up with Tom Cruise after the two linked up for 2014’s Edge of Tomorrow. Unlike the sci-fi action film, American Made is a much lighter, meticulously detailed action comedy tracking Cruise as Barry Seal, a former TWA pilot who flew missions for the CIA while also doubling as a drug smuggler for the Medellin Cartel in the 1980s before then turning into a snitch for the DEA.
Consider it a comedy of errors if you will, as Cruise sells Seal’s cocksure approach to his unique predicament with the same kind of charm he bought to Top Gun and Mission Impossible. The man’s performance alone is worth the investment, but Cruise also gets some strong support from the likes of Domhnall Gleeson, Sarah Wright and Jesse Plemmons.
You’ll need a bit of patience for Belfast, although Kenneth Branagh’s universally acclaimed 2021 coming-of-age drama knows how to reward its audience. The thoughtful story about a young boy’s childhood growing up in Northern Ireland at the height of the historic, and little-known, “irregular war” is treated with such sensitivity and curiosity that it’s no surprise the film earned Branagh the enviable distinction of being the first person to ever be nominated in seven different categories at the Academy Awards (surpassing records held by Walt Disney, Alfonso Cuaron and George Clooney).
Piqued your interest? It should. If you’re after something a bit more intelligent and emotive than our other two picks, Belfast is your best binge on Amazon Prime in July 2022.
How Are Things Looking For Amazon Prime Video Australia In June 2022?
It looks like slim pickings for Amazon Prime Video Australia in July 2022. And yet, I’m not mad about it. There’s been a whole heap of new content rush onto the streaming service in the past few months, so this gives you a bit of a breather if you want to catch up on must-watch shows like The Boys Season 3. And for those looking for something new, The Terminal List seems to be shaping up nicely as Chris Pratt returns to TV following his most recent effort in Jurassic World Dominion.
And while the Chris Pratt TV show is most definitely the headline here, the film side of things is held up nicely by American Made and Belfast. Sure, both are gems surrounded by painfully average content like Me Before You and House of Gucci, but both (completely different) films are so good that they more than makeup for the lagging movie section.
And while new movies on Amazon Prime may be modest when it comes to choices, documentaries aren’t getting any love whatsoever. Granted, we’ve already got a pile of great documentaries on Amazon Prime Australia to satisfy any cravings, but it’s interesting to see Prime fall behind as we dip into the second half of 2022. Here’s to hoping we get some interesting new documentaries to watch next month.
Check out our breakdown of the best streaming services in Australia.