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Everything new and leaving Amazon Prime Video Canada in July 2021

Prime Video highlights for July include The Tomorrow War, A Quiet Place II and British series The Pursuit of Love.

Summer blockbusters are back big time. And the best news? You can watch them from the comfort of your own living room – especially if you have a Prime Video subscription.

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One of the most highly-anticipated releases for July is The Tomorrow War, an action extravaganza starring Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, J.K. Simmons and Sam Richardson. Turns out, humankind is losing a global war against aliens in the future. As a result, a group of time travellers make it to the past hoping to recruit civilians to join the fight. Pratt plays a high school teacher who teams up with his father and a scientist to find a way to rewrite what’s to come.

Next, mark your calendars for July 13, when A Quiet Place Part II makes its way to the streaming platform. In this sequel, we follow the Abbott family, who continue their fight for survival following the devastating events in the original movie. As they venture into the unknown, they realize that the deadly creatures we’ve seen before aren’t the only threat to their survival. The movie currently has a 91% score on Rotten Tomatoes, so you’ll be in for a treat.

July also brings us Jolt, a comedy thriller starring Kate Beckinsale as a woman who suffers from sporadic rage-filled, murderous impulses due to a rare disease. When she discovers that the man she fell in love with was killed, she embarks on an action-packed journey of revenge.

On the TV front, we recommend you check out The Pursuit of Love, a British miniseries based on the novel of the same name by Nancy Mitford. The story follows two best friends/cousins on the hunt for a husband. But while one of them decides to settle down, the other goes on exceedingly wild adventures.

If you prefer reality TV, this month marks the return of fashion competition Making the Cut, which tests a new crop of designers in season two. Or, you might be interested in Luxe Listings Sydney, a real estate series showcasing some of the most breathtaking homes in the exclusive Sydney property market.

Check out the full list of streaming titles coming to Prime Video Canada in June below. You can watch them all using Prime Video’s 30-day free trial. After the list of new titles, you’ll also find what shows and movies are leaving the service this month.

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New to Prime Video Canada July 2021

TitleTypeRelease Date
4 Blocks (Season 3)TV show1 July
Lawrence Of ArabiaMovie1 July
What Men WantMovie1 July
The ImpossibleMovie1 July
Jumanji (1995)Movie1 July
Soulmates (Season 1)TV show1 July
Jerry MaguireMovie1 July
The Tomorrow War (Amazon Original)Movie2 July
Nancy Drew (Season 1)TV show2 July
Animales HumanosMovie2 July
FatmanMovie8 July
Luxe Listings Sydney (Season 1) (Amazon Original)TV show13 July
The Walking Dead: World Beyond (Season 1)TV show13 July
A Quiet Place: Part IIMovie13 July
Dreams Come TrueMovie14 July
MalikMovie14 July
ToofanMovie15 July
El Cid (Season 2) (Amazon Original)TV show15 July
Making The Cut (Season 2) (Amazon Original)TV show16 July
BaliMovie16 July
My Super Ex-GirlfriendMovie21 July
NarappaMovie22 July
JodiMovie22 July
Jolt (Amazon Original)Movie23 July
Stargirl (Season 1) (Exclusive Content)TV show23 July
Sarpatta ParambaraiMovie26 July
Quem Vai Ficar Com MárioMovie27 July
The Pursuit Of Love (Amazon Original)Movie30 July
ER (Seasons 1-15)TV show30 July
5x Comédia (Season 1) (Amazon Original)TV show30 July
Moth Effect (Season 1) (Amazon Original)TV show30 July
Celebrity Hunted: Caccia all’uomo (Seasons 1-2) (Amazon Original)TV show30 July
O Melhor Verão das Nossas VidasMovie30 July
ChhoriMovie31 July

Everything Leaving Prime Video Canada

TitleRelease Date
Five Feet Apart1 July
Superstore1 July
Homeland1 July
American Horror Story1 July
Glee1 July
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation1 July
Bob’s Burgers15 July
New Girl15 July
Sons Of Anarchy15 July
Happy Endings21 July
Private Practice21 July

Just like we saw back in April’s 2021 Prime Video departures, several Disney-owned shows are leaving Amazon. This is almost certainly due to Disney regaining exclusive licensing of its own content for Disney+.

The shows that will be likely joining the Canadian Disney+ Star library are Homeland, Glee, American Horror Story, Bob’s Burgers, New Girl and Sons of Anarchy. Unlike Prime Video, Disney+ doesn’t have a free trial, so you’ll need to sign up to stream these shows.

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