The undisputed main character of Prime Video in July is the action series “the final list” With Hollywood star Chris Pratt – but in the US there are already some unflattering reviews of the high-budget scene. The month will then end with a sci-fi series that is perhaps not quite as flashy, but is eagerly awaited. “Paper Girls” About a group of four teenage girls who hand out newspapers on their bikes in their hometown and are drawn into the struggle of time travelers – by traveling through time themselves.
There are three more fantasy events set in Germany: First, the premiere of the third season of the DC series “Dom Patrol”Which comes right at the beginning of the month. At the end of the month, the series, also licensed by Prime Video only, will be available “host” with the second season. Finally, there is the German drama “Damaged Goods”.
Meanwhile, Prime Video sees the stand-up format as its highlight Single microphone standled by Tedros “Teddy” Teclebrhan, who has just been signed under an exclusive contract (reported by fernsehserien.de).
There are also some original films: In “Don’t make me go” John Cho plays a single father whose only life can be saved through a risky operation. So he decides to go on a road trip with his unsuspecting daughter to secretly prepare her for a life without a father, just in case.
in “Everything is possible” The focus is on Kelsa, a high school student who is transgender. It was directed by Billy Porter, who previously caused a stir as an actor on Pose.
And join that sports documentary “Warriors in the Field”Which deals with the experiences that professional athletes have in Australian Football League (AFL; played a separate sport between American football and soccer), they are also members of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia and New Zealand: unfortunately, racism from the ranks is still a part of it, as are players Michael O’Loughlin, Michael. Sonny Walters and Taryn Thomas have to report.
Amazon Originals and Exclusive Series
- July 8: “Warriors on the Field”
- July 15: “Don’t Make Me Go”
- July 22: Anything is Possible
Note: Prime Video inadvertently announced “Warriors on the Field” as a series for a short time.
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