7 Movies & TV Shows We’re Excited to Stream in July 2020

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Including The Baby-Sitters Club, Canada’s Drag Race, and Down to Earth With Zac Efron.

We’ve got a lot of time on our hands right now. Here are all the movies and television shows we can’t wait to watch on streaming services in July 2020.

Netflix Canada

The Baby-Sitters Club
Based on the best-selling books about a group of middle-schoolers from different backgrounds who start their own babysitting business, this series champions friendship, female empowerment and entrepreneurship, all while delivering a heady hit of nostalgia. Available July 3

Down to Earth with Zac Efron
In this travel show, actor Zac Efron journeys around the world with wellness expert Darin Olien in search of healthy, sustainable ways to live. “We need to start rethinking how we consume everything, from our food to our power,” says Efron in the series trailer. “Change has to start somewhere. Maybe it’s time we all change.” Available July 10

Good Girls
Season 3 of this comedy-drama sees the suburban mothers-turned-criminals played by Christina Hendricks, Retta and Mae Whitman return to face the consequences of last season’s hijinks. Available July 26

Crave

Canada’s Drag Race
12 of the fiercest drag queens in the country are competing to win the inaugural season of Canada’s Drag Race, with each episode testing the queens’ talents by challenging them to master singing, dancing, acting, impersonation, costume making, and improvisation. Available July 2

Expecting Amy
This three-part documentary series offers an intimate view into comedian Amy Schumer’s life on tour and the process of creating a stand-up special during her difficult pregnancy. Available July 9

Harriet
This Oscar-nominated drama starring Cynthia Erivo tells the extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes, who freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history. Available July 10

Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Winner of the Queer Palm at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, this French film explores the relationship between two women on an isolated island in Brittany in the 18th century. One, a young painter, is commissioned to do a portrait of the other, without her knowledge. The film follows the two as they get closer in the brief time they spend together on the island. Available July 24

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