This July, Prime Video is full to the brim with sci-fi, high action, and locally-filmed! We’ve got all the info on the full schedule, perfect for when you want to stay warm inside. Grab some snacks, snuggle up and enjoy!
Premieres July 29
Based on the best-selling graphic novels, in the early morning hours after Halloween 1988, four paper girls out on their delivery route become caught in the crossfire between warring time-travellers, changing the course of their lives forever.
Starring Camryn Jones, Riley Lai Nelet, Sofia Rosinsky, Fina Strazza, Ali Wong, Nate Corddry and Adina Porter.
The Terminal List
Season 1, Premieres July 1
Based on the best-selling novel by Jack Carr, James Reece (Chris Pratt) returns home after his entire platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed, only to discover new dark forces working against him and endangering the ones he loves.
Starring Chris Pratt, Constance Wu, Taylor Kitsch, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Riley Keough, Arlo Mertz, Jai Courtney, JD Pardo, Patrick Schwarzenegger, LaMonica Garrett, Stephen Bishop, Sean Gunn, Tyner Rushing, Jared Shaw, Christina Vidal, Nick Chinlund, Matthew Rauch, Warren Kole and Alexis Louder.
Don’t Make Me Go
Premieres July 15
When single father Max (John Cho) discovers he has a fatal brain tumour, he takes his teenage daughter on a road trip to find the mother who abandoned her years before and tries to teach her everything she might need for the rest of her life along the way.
Don’t Make Me Go was shot on location in Tāmaki Makaurau, Pakiri, Waikato and Christchurch.
Starring Kiwis Josh Thomson, Jemaine Clement, Stefania LaVie Owen, Jen van Epps, Elizabeth Hawthorne, Quentin Warren, Madeleine McCarthy, Tane Williams- Accra, Simon Mead, Jordan Mooney and Timothy MacDonald.
Premieres July 22
Directed by Billy Porter, Anything’s Possible is an uplifting and delightfully modern Gen Z coming-of-age story that follows Kelsa, a confident high school girl who is trans, as she navigates her senior year. When her classmate Khal gets a crush on her, he musters up the courage to ask her out, despite the drama he knows it could cause. What transpires is a romance that showcases the joy, tenderness, and pain of young love.
Starring Eva Reign, Abubkar Ali, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Simone Joy Jones, Kelly Lamor Wilson, Courtnee Carter, Manu Narayan, Naveen Paddock, Noah Pacht and Lav Raman.
Warriors on the Field
Premieres July 8
Presented by AFL legend Michael O’Loughlin and directed by Indigenous academic and filmmaker Larissa Behrendt, Warriors On The Field is a powerful look at the strength Indigenous players get from their culture, connection to the game, and how it helps them navigate racism in Australia. Sharing their stories alongside O’Loughlin – a Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri, Narungga man – are current AFL players Michael “Sonny” Walters, a Proud Noongar man from the Fremantle Dockers, and up-and-coming North Melbourne young gun Tarryn Thomas, a Kamillaroi and Lumaranaana man originally from Sydney.
Warriors On The Field looks to Michael O’Loughlin’s childhood in South Australia and takes him back to his roots, playing backyard footy, as he dreamed of making it in the sport at the highest level. He introduces his family, including mum Muriel and uncle Michael “Muddy” O’Loughlin, who provides an insight into life as a young Aboriginal man. Michael speaks with the younger AFL players and their families to hear their stories and learn about the challenges in making their mark on the game.
Starring Michael O’Loughlin, Michael Walters, Tarryn Thomas.
Forever Summer: Hamptons
Premieres July 15
Forever Summer: Hamptons is a coming-of-age docusoap, set against the idyllic backdrop of the Hamptons, about a group of college kids from widely different backgrounds, from wealthy New York City kids who descend for the summer, to the humble townies. By day, they’re working at a seaside restaurant. By night, they are tearing up the town, testing friendships, and exploring love during the hottest days of the year. This group and their friends are chasing the perfect summer at a pivotal time in their lives, when carefree adolescence is about to end. Come September, the stakes and responsibilities will be high, but the summer is theirs for the taking.
James May: Our Man in Italy
Premieres July 15
In the latest instalment of James May’s Our Man In series, James brings his unique perspective to Italy, travelling the length and breadth of one of his favourite countries to explore its history, landscapes, traditions and much more. From the Sicilian capital of Palermo to the peaks of the Dolomites, James will discover culture, food, industry, and even a bit of sport, all played out against some of the world’s most stunning landscapes. Can a bumbling, middle-aged, British bloke discover the secrets of ‘la dolce vita’?
Starring James May, Paolo Damiano, Guia Scognamiglio, Claudia Traina.
Full Aotearoa July Schedule – Prime Video
The Terminal List S1 1/07/22 (TV)
Get Out 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Lady Bird 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Split (2017) 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
American Made 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Atomic Blonde 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
The Boss Baby 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Captain Underpants 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Pitch Perfect 3 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Fifty Shades Darker 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Blue Bayou 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
Old Henry 1/07/22 (MOVIE)
WNBA: Las Vegas Aces at Minnesota Lynx 3/07/22 (SPORT)
This Is The End 5/07/22 (MOVIE)
1up 8/07/22 (MOVIE)
Warriors On The Field 8/07/22 (TV)
Paranormal Activity: Next Of Kin 8/07/22 (MOVIE)
The Miseducation Of Cameron Post 9/07/22 (MOVIE)
Seven Pounds 12/07/22 (MOVIE)
Angels & Demons 13/07/22 (MOVIE)
Don’t Make Me Go 15/07/22 (MOVIE)
James May: Our Man In Italy S1 15/07/22 (TV)
Forever Summer: Hamptons S1 15/07/22 (TV)
Ray Donavan: The Movie 15/07/22 (MOVIE)
WNBA: Atlanta Dream at Phoenix Mercury 17/07/22 (SPORT)
Blade Runner 2049 20/07/22 (MOVIE)
Anything’s Possible 22/07/22 (MOVIE)
The Birthday Cake 22/07/22 (MOVIE)
WNBA: Connecticut Sun at Minnesota Lynx 24/07/22 (SPORT)
Paper Girls S1 29/07/22 (TV)
The Ides Of March 29/07/22 (MOVIE)
Here Are Young Men 29/07/22 (MOVIE)
Inside Job (2010) 31/07/22 (MOVIE)
WNBA: Seattle Storm at Washington Mystics 31/07/22 (SPORT)