Special Report

The Most Anticipated Shows Coming Out in July

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1. Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)
> Release date: Jul 2, 2021
> Network: Hulu

This i- the story of the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, a six-week celebration of African American culture that hosted musical acts such as Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, and Sly & The Family Stone.

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2. Monsters at Work: Season 1
> Release date: Jul 2, 2021
> Network: Disney+

Six months after the events of the original Pixar classic “Monsters, Inc.,” (2001), new and old characters work together to collect laughter instead of screams and bring power to Monstropolis.

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3. The Tomorrow War
> Release date: Jul 2, 2021
> Network: Amazon Prime Video

This sci-fi offering takes place thirty years in the future, with humanity on the losing end of a war against alien invaders. In an effort to gain the upper hand, human scientists have begun using time travel to bring soldiers from the recent past to join the fight.

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4. Black Widow
> Release date: Jul 9, 2021
> Network: Disney+

In this epic set 30 years after the events that took place in “Captain America: Civil War” (2016), Scarlett Johansson resumes her role of Natasha Romanoff, who must now thwart an international conspiracy and save the world on her own.

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5. Cellmate Secrets: Susan Smith
> Release date: Jul 9, 2021
> Network: Lifetime

This six-part docuseries is meant to shed light on some of recent history’s most famous convicted criminals.