If you're searching for a reason to stay in this Fourth, look no further.

By Isabel Jones
Updated Jun 28, 2019 @ 6:15 pm
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Yes, it's warm outside and yes, you have places to go and people to see, but July's slate of buzzy series (both old and new) won't watch itself. Scroll down for a debrief on everything you need to binge this month.

Stranger Things 3 (Netflix, July 4)

If you're searching for a reason to stay in this Fourth, look no further. Netflix's nostalgia-inducing sci-fi hit is back for its long-awaited third season. Tempering the show's inherent darkness just a tad (R.I.P. Barb), Stranger Things 3 takes place over the summer.

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The Boys (Amazon Video, July 26)

Based on a comic book series of the same name, The Boys follows a group of vigilantes who make it their mission to keep a group of corrupt superheroes in check (by any means necessary).

Jan Thijs

Sweetbitter (Starz, July 14)

The serial adaptation of Stephanie Danler's best-selling novel, Sweetbitter is back for its sophomore season, promising all the moody deliciousness of season one (with perhaps more pig heads?).

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Love Island (CBS, July 9)

The U.K.'s beloved dating show has finally made its way to the U.S.

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Four Weddings and a Funeral (Hulu, July 31)

Mindy Kaling's serial re-imagining of the 1994 rom-com gives us Game of Thrones' Nathalie Emmanuel in a setting that will likely incorporate fewer dragons than we're used to seeing her around.

Jay Maidment

Veronica Mars (Hulu, July 26)

After more than a decade away, the titular teenage P.I. Kristen Bell made famous is back — and, uh, not a teenager anymore.

Michael Desmond

Florida Girls (Pop TV, July 10)

In this Broad City-esque comedy, four 20-something Floridians are forced to take stock of their lives when one of their friends leaves town.

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The Last Czars (Netflix, July 3)

This dramatized docuseries depicts the violent downfall of the Romanov dynasty.

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Queer Eye (Netflix, July 19)

Can you believe?? The Fab Five is back in Kansas City for the fourth of installment of Netflix's feel-good makeover show.

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