Summer is in full swing, and while you may not have a poolside cabana calling your name, there are certainly other ways to celebrate the onset of vacation season, namely: BINGEFEST JULY 2018.
There are a ton of great series (old and new) coming to your TV/tablet/laptop/phone/whatever you have this July—including the return of Orange Is the New Black and premiere of HBO’s Gillian Flynn-adapted miniseries Sharp Objects (!)—and you deserve to binge ‘em all.
Scroll down below for an overview of the 7 hottest shows coming out this month.
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Orange Is the New Black
After a turbulent fifth season, follow the Litchfield gang in their new and seemingly bleaker digs (shower handcuffs??) in the wake of their deadly three-day riot. (July 27, Netflix)
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Kick the month off right with a high dose of drama, intrigue, and (best of all) 50 Cent, as Power propels into season 5. (Starz, July 1)
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From Executive Producers Stephen King and J.J. Abrams comes this psychological horror series set in the titular Maine town of King’s creation. Backed by an all-star cast featuring genre favorites Sissy Spacek and Bill Skarsgård, this is one eerie saga you’ll want to tune in for. (Hulu, July 25)
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Burden of Truth
Smallville star Kristin Kreuk returns to the realm of teen programming as a big city lawyer who moves back to her hometown in order to represent a group of young girls plagued by a mysterious disease. (July 25, The CW)
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Though the Duchess of Sussex has left the building, we have a feeling USA’s legal drama will only amp up with its cast overhaul—hi, Katherine Heigl. (USA Network, July 18)
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The long-awaited serial adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s chilling Southern-set crime drama is brought to us Big Little Lies-style, divvied into 8 HBO installments led by 5-time Oscar nominee Amy Adams and an impressive supporting cast that includes Patricia Clarkson and Chris Messina. (HBO, July 8)
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Anne with an “E”
Treat yourself to some chicken soup for the nostalgia-lover’s soul with the second installment of Anne of Green Gables’ cheeky Netflix adaptation. (Netflix, July 6).
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