Top TV shows and movies to watch on Hulu in July 2018

Movies like the first five films in the “Star Trek” franchise and also the Oscar-winning classic “Rosemary’s Baby” will be making their Hulu debut this month.

                            Top TV shows and movies to watch on Hulu in July 2018
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Hulu's official list of additions to in terms of TV series and movies coming this July is out. Some are good old regular, while some are brand new. From season 2 of the drama “Harlots” and season 4 of the comedy “Casual,” the streaming network is also bringing back several popular shows from other networks, like season 2 of “The Strain,” season 4 of “The Vikings” and season 8 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

Movies like the first five films in the “Star Trek” franchise and also the Oscar-winning classic “Rosemary’s Baby” will be making their Hulu debut this month. Among the mix of both, these are the shows you can really look out for.

TV Series:

This Is Spinal Tap – July 1

The highly complimented mockumentary follows the story of the fictional British metal band called Spinal Tap. Their highs, their lows and especially the funny misadventures revolving around their 1982 US tour are worth looking forward to!

UnREAL: Complete Season 3 – July 2

Revolving around a fictional dating show called Everlasting, the hit series is back with the third season that stars Caitlin FitzGerald as Serena, the “suitress” of the fictional dating show Everlasting. Serena is the quintessential bachelorette excited about the men trying to woo her, while the dating show's head producers try to induce drama off camera too.

Better Things - July 14

With what is believed to be some of the best cold opens in television history, this comedy full of Pamela Adlon’s half-hour humor showcases the painfully honest portrayal of motherhood mingled with just the right amount of graceless love. Think of the usual sitcoms on male parenting and replace the father figure with a mom.

Castle Rock - July 25

This upcoming series is perhaps the most talked about addition on the list of Hulu show debuting this July. Based on Stephen King's work, this new Hulu original from King and J.J. Abrams is based in the fictional town of Maine and is expected to be a psychological horror series “set in the Stephen King multiverse.” Its star cast brags of André Holland, Jane Levy, Bill Skarsgård, and Sissy Spacek.


American Psycho - July 1

If violent and disturbing imagery with a dash of the man we have grown to love and adore as the Dark Knight is your thing, then you're in for a treat. This black comedy horror film was based on Bret Easton Elllis' novel of the same name and stars Christian Bale in its iconic lead. The movie went on to be a massive hit among audiences and critics alike.

Battle of the Sexes – July 14

A tennis match between Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) could only have been phenomenal and that's what this biopic is all about. The plot takes off with Riggs proclaiming that he could “beat any woman” at the sport and as expected - King showed him who's the boss. 

Embrace of the Serpent - July 20 

Karamakate, an Amazonian happens to be the last survivor among his people and the story follows the two white scientists who decided to befriend him during their time searching for the fictional Yakruna plant. The film is said to be somewhat based on the journals of real-life explorers Theodor Koch-Grünberg and Richard Evans Schultes.

The Glass Castle - July 27

This American biographical drama is based on Jeannette Walls' best selling memoir of the same name. Showcasing the writer's childhood spending time squatting in homes and living in poverty, this movie stars Brie Larson as Walls, while Naomi Watts, Woody Harrelson, Max Greenfield, and Sarah Snook in supporting roles.

Before We Vanish - July 30

The 2017 Japanese fantasy and science fiction film is directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa and was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. It's a story about aliens robbing humans of their capability to think on their own and is quite the eccentric science-fiction thriller.