You may or may not have finished your July watchlist despite having checked off several shows and here we are with our next what to watch. Wait until you see what August has in store for you. From dark comedies and superhero series to entertaining rom-coms, get ready to add these 10 new shows and movies to your binge-watch list for the first half of the month.
Alia Bhatt makes her debut as a producer with this film and shares screen space with actors Shefali Shah, Vijay Varma and Roshan Mathew. Alia is known for choosing unconventional roles and dear is not an exception. Here, she plays Badru, a gray character who hopes her volatile husband will reform if he stops drinking. But when her anger goes too far, she and her mother seek revenge.
Streaming August 5 on Netflix
2. light year
Watch Chris Evans voice one of toy story beloved characters, Buzz Lightyear in the animated film. The official synopsis reads: “A sci-fi action-adventure and definitive Buzz Lightyear origin story follows the legendary Space Ranger after he is marooned on a hostile planet 4.2 million light-years from Earth alongside his commander and his crew. As Buzz tries to find his way home through space and time, he is joined by a group of ambitious recruits and his charming robot cat, Sox. The arrival of Zurg, a commanding presence with a ruthless robot army and a mysterious agenda, is a complicated affair and threatens the mission.”
Streaming August 3 on Disney+ Hotstar
3. All or nothing: Arsenal
After presenting the stories of many football clubs and teams such as Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, All or nothing Now he focuses on Arsenal. Amazon Prime Original Sports Documentary Series Focuses on Arsenal’s Performance in 2021-22 English Premier League season that was nothing short of a roller coaster for the club. It also takes a look at the personal stories of footballers, behind-the-scenes conversations and negotiations, and the struggles of this high-stakes profession. For die-hard Arsenal fans, the series will give them the chance to experience the team’s wins and losses and empathize with them on a personal level.
Streaming August 4 on Amazon Prime Video
4. Lock and key season 3
After the exciting second season, fans are finally treated to the third and final season to be released this month. Season 3 will definitely have more new keys unlocking more powers and secrets that will help the Locke family fight their new battles. Just when the Locke kids finally thought they could catch a break, Eden shakes things up by bringing back Captain Frederick Gideon as an echo, who plans revenge on the Lockes. In the exciting final chapter of the series, the Locke family faces a new demonic enemy who is hell-bent on possessing the keys.
Streaming August 5 on Netflix
5. Indian Matchmaking Season 2
Aunt Sima is back to fix ristas for singles who want to mingle! Season two sees Sima Taparia navigate her “difficult” matchmaking job, whether it’s meeting someone’s wish list needs for what she’s looking for in an ideal partner or finding someone who agrees. with the “ovo-lacto” of the individual. -semi-vegetarian diet. Along with the new entrants to the show, there are also two people from the previous season – Aparna Shewakramani and Pradhyuman Maloo – as they are still struggling to find their true love. If you love embarrassing reality shows, we’re sure this one will be at the top of your binge-watching list.
Streaming August 10 on Netflix
6. I am Groot
The hero of a few words is back in this collection of five original shorts. The series follows the life of the lovable Baby Groot from the Guardians of the Galaxy, navigating his “glory days growing up and getting into trouble, among the stars.”
Streaming August 10 on Disney+ Hotstar
7. Never have I ever season 3
The long-awaited teen drama will premiere soon with its third installment. The new season picks up where he left off. Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) is the new popular girl in school now that she’s finally dating Paxton (Darren Barnet). But her relationship hits some snags when Devi is dubbed the college slut by mean girls who are jealous of her. Devi’s insecurities lead her to wonder why Paxton is dating her. We can’t wait to see how their relationship turns out. But wait a minute, there’s another handsome new guy making his entrance: Nirdesh (played by Anirudh Pisharody). Will he be another obstacle in their relationship or will something develop between him and Devi? You’ll have to watch and find out.
Streaming August 12 on Netflix
8. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8
Noise, noise! Netflix is finally answering his prayers as it is set to release the final season of brooklyn nine nine. Now you can see Jake Peralta and his team take down the bad guys in New York one last time. We’re also very excited to see Jake being a father this season, Amy being a paranoid mom and cop, Rosa’s mix of strong and emotional fronts, Boyle’s weird quirks, Holt’s sassy responses, Terry’s constant love for the yogurt and let’s not forget, the dysfunctionally functional Hitchcock and Scully. And when you get to the end, keep that box of tissues ready to wipe away those tears. The fact that the show is over will shock you.
Streaming August 13 on Netflix
9. Thirteen Lives
The film tells the true story of the 2018 incident in which 12 boys and a coach of a Thai soccer team are trapped in the flooded cave of Tham Luang when an unexpected electrical storm strikes. A team of world-class divers, led by Rick Stanton and John Volanthen, navigate through dangerous cave networks to rescue them.
Streaming August 11 on Amazon Prime Video
10. It’s not okay
Zoey Deutch is known for her roles in romantic comedies and is now playing the lead role in another titled Not well, along with actor Dylan O’Brien. The official synopsis reads: “Danni Sanders (Zoey Deutch), an aspiring writer with no direction, no friends, no romantic prospects, and worst of all, no followers, fakes an Instagram-friendly trip to Paris in hopes of boosting her influence on social networks. . When a terrifying incident hits the City of Lights, Danni inadvertently falls for a lie bigger than she ever imagined. She returns as a hero, even striking up an unlikely friendship with Rowan (Mia Isaac), a real-world trauma survivor dedicated to social change, and picking up the man of her dreams, Colin (Dylan O’Brien). As an influencer and advocate, Danni finally has the life and audience she’s always wanted. But it’s only a matter of time before the facade cracks, and she learns the hard way that the internet loves takedowns.”
Streaming soon on Disney+ Hotstar
In case you missed any of the new shows and movies that premiered last month, check out the July 1 and 2 binge list here.