Emilia Clarke poses in costume in an HBO promo

All the shows you could watch in July

July, or as I like to call it, Game of Thrones month. But hey, there’s other shows on the air too. Like Rick and Morty for example. And a new Netflix show. Did I mention Game of Thrones?

Shows Premiering in July

Snowfall

Season 1 – July 5th

Coke in the 80’s, and not the cola kind.

Network
FX (US)

Will

Season 1 – July 10th

This Shakespeare fucks.

Network
TNT (US)

The Bold Type

Season 1 – July 11th

Young fashionistas at a magazine rag. Devil Wears Prada anyone?

Network
Freeform (US)

I’m Sorry

Season 1 – July 12th

Comedian Andrea Savage gets into some uncomfortable situations. Her brutal honesty doesn’t help either.

Network
truTV (US)

Friends From College

Season 1 – July 14th

From Nick Stoller (Neighbours, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) Friends From College brings back, well, friends from college including actors such as Keegan-Michael Key (Key & Peele) and Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mother).

Network
Netflix

Game of Thrones

Season 7 – July 16th

We’ve all been waiting for it. Winter has finally come. You can bet your bottom dollar we’ll be watching this, and giving our take on the new season as it hits our screens. There be dragons.

Network
HBO (US), SoHo, NEON (NZ)

Insecure

Season 2 – July 23rd

Issa Rae’s series continues as these women dare to dream big and make bad decisions along the way.

Network
HBO (US), SoHo (NZ)

Rick and Morty

Season 3 – July 30th

Well, that was a bombshell. No release date in sight and then right from out of the blue, it’s this very month!

Network
Adult Swim (US)

Shows Continuing in July

Preacher

Season 2 – June 25th

The show based on the graphic novel about the priest with the powers of God, a masochist girlfriend and a vampire sidekick. Our impressions coming soon.

Network
AMC (US), Lightbox (NZ)

Fear The Walking Dead

Season 3 – June 4th

Cliff Curtis is still running away from zombi-sorry, walkers, or whatever they’re called, in this Walking Dead spinoff.

Network
AMC (US), NEON (NZ)

 

Twin Peaks

Season 3 (ends September 3rd)

Twin Peaks, a zany cult classic, is revived 25ish years later with David Lynch and the original cast. Check out our first impressions.

Network
Showtime (US), SoHo (NZ)

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TV has always been a part of Michael's life, but since the influx of streaming shows now he can't stop (someone send help). He also dabbles in films and video games, and has a mean board game collection.

Michael has previously written about video games for publications including Game Console, Salient, and ButtonMasher.