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New & Returning July Shows You Won't Want to Miss

Written by Chelsea Wright & Likewise Pix | Jul 01, 2024

As summer heats up, the world of television brings a sizzling lineup of new and returning shows that promise to keep you glued to your screen. From gripping dramas to light-hearted comedies and thrilling sports series, July 2024 has something for everyone's binge-watching pleasure. Here’s the full roster of must-watch TV shows premiering this month.


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Kicking off the list is "SPRINT," premiering on July 2nd. This sports series takes viewers into the adrenaline-fueled world of elite sprinters as they navigate rigorous training regimens, media scrutiny, and intense competition to claim the title of the world's fastest humans. The show promises to deliver an inside look at the dedication and determination required to make it to the top of the sprinting world. For those eager to get a glimpse of this high-energy series, more details can be found here.

The Bachelorette

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Since its debut in 2003, "The Bachelorette" has been captivating audiences with its mix of romance, drama, and heartache. Following a single bachelorette as she dates multiple men over several weeks, this show aims to find true love amid roses and tears. Despite its mixed reviews, with an average rating of 1.5, it's undeniably a staple of reality TV. Catch up on episodes and updates here.


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Set to premiere on July 9th, "Sunny" tells the story of an American woman whose life is turned upside down after her husband and son vanish in a mysterious plane crash. Living in Kyoto, Japan, she finds solace in a domestic robot named Sunny, created by her husband's electronics company. This series promises an intriguing blend of family drama and technology. Dive into Sunny’s world here.

Vikings: Valhalla

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"Vikings: Valhalla" continues the legacy of its predecessor "Vikings," set a hundred years later. This historical drama, with an average rating of 3.5, introduces a new generation of legendary heroes who carve out their destinies. Premiering in February 2022, the series is an epic journey through Norse history and mythology. More can be explored here.

Sausage Party: Foodtopia

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Premiering on July 10th, "Sausage Party: Foodtopia" follows the aftermath of its predecessor's climactic events. The food items, having eradicated humanity, now strive to build their own utopia. With an average rating of 3, this darkly comedic series promises absurdity and hilarity in equal measure. Get to know more about the series here.

Mastermind: To Think Like a Killer

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Set to air on July 11th, "Mastermind: To Think Like a Killer" offers a gripping look at Dr. Ann Burgess and her revolutionary approach to criminal psychology. This series, awarded an average rating of 5, dives deeply into her methods of understanding and outsmarting some of history's most notorious serial killers. For a detailed overview, visit here.

Exploding Kittens

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On July 12th, the bizarre and humorous series "Exploding Kittens" will premiere, featuring an ultimate showdown between good and evil. God and Satan’s offspring, now living among humans as talking cats, bring unexpected comedy and conflict to the mix in their quest to adapt to earthly life. Follow their amusing antics here.

Marvel's Hit-Monkey

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From the Marvel universe comes "Marvel's Hit-Monkey," following the tale of a Japanese snow macaque. After his clan nurses a hitman back to health, Hit-Monkey takes on the assassin’s mantle, guided by the hitman's ghost. Since its premiere in November 2021, this show has garnered an average rating of 3.8. Explore this action-packed adventure here.


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Find comedic relief with "UnPrisoned," which started on March 10, 2023. This series follows the life of a perfectionist relationship therapist and single mom turned upside down when her father is released from prison and moves in. With an average rating of 4.8, it's praised for its heartfelt humor and relatable chaos. More details can be accessed here.

Cobra Kai

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"Cobra Kai" continues the story from the "Karate Kid" franchise. Premiering on May 2, 2018, this series picks up 30 years after the iconic 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament. Johnny Lawrence seeks redemption by reopening the Cobra Kai dojo, reigniting his rivalry with Daniel LaRusso. This series, with a solid average rating of 4.3, has brought nostalgic excitement to new and old fans alike. Watch the action unfold here.

Lady in the Lake

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Premiering on July 18th, "Lady in the Lake" is set in 1966 Baltimore, gripping audiences with the mysterious disappearance of a young girl, leading two women’s lives to converge in unexpected ways. This series, noted for its deep storytelling, holds an impressive average rating of 5. Discover more about this dramatic tale here.

Time Bandits

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"Time Bandits" debuts on July 23rd, bringing to life the adventures of eleven-year-old Kevin who joins a group of time-traveling thieves. This series promises a hilarious and high-stakes adventure through history, with an average rating of 3. Follow Kevin’s journey here.

The Dragon Prince

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Premiering on September 14, 2018, "The Dragon Prince" weaves a fantasy tale of two human princes and an elven assassin on a quest to bring peace to warring lands. This series has enchanted viewers with its rich lore and compelling characters, boasting an average rating of 4.4. Immerse yourself in this epic saga here.


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Finally, the iconic series "Futurama" continues its animated shenanigans. Since its debut on March 28, 1999, it follows the misadventures of a late-20th-century pizza delivery boy, Philip J. Fry, who finds himself in the 31st century employed at Planet Express. With an outstanding average rating of 4.4, "Futurama" remains a beloved classic. Catch up on episodes here.

In conclusion, July 2024 promises an exciting array of shows that cater to varied tastes. Whether you’re into thrilling dramas, comedic escapades, or historical adventures, there’s no shortage of content to dive into. Prepare your watchlists and get ready for a month of captivating entertainment!

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