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Amazon’s newcomers list for July is full of perfect summer titles, specifically Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 black comedy Dr. Strangelove and David Robert Mitchell’s visually stunning 2015 thriller It Follows. It’s also a good time to catch up on True Blood and Silicon Valley. You know, your shows. 

Here are all the titles making their way to the streaming platform. 

Amazon Prime

June 30 

1) Under the Dome season 3

July 1 

2) Downton Abbey season 5

3) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

4) Drive Me Crazy

5) The Day the Earth Stood Still

6) Thumbelina

7) Bulworth

8) Heidi

9) Wayne’s World 2

10) 48 HRS.

11) The Bad News Bears

12) The Brady Bunch Movie

13) The Butcher’s Wife

14) Cadillac Radio

15) Dirty Dancing

16) Dragonslayer

17) Flashdance

18) Friends and Lovers

19) Harlem Nights

20) Heaven Can Wait

21) King Kong

22) The Odd Couple

23) Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

24) Stuart Saves His Family

25) UHF

26) The Warriors

July 2

27) Annedroids season 2

28) Glory

29) Underworld Evolution

July 3

30) Dr. Strangelove

31) Gandhi

July 5

32) Extant season 2

July 10

33) The Expendables 3

July 11

34) Two Men in Town

July 16

35) True Blood season 5

36) Boardwalk Empire season 3

July 18

37) Glee season 6

July 23

38) The Newsroom seasons 1 and 2

39) Jim Norton: Contextually Inadequate

July 24

40) Hercules 

July 30

41) Entourage seasons 1-8

42) Behind the Candelabra

July 31

42) The Skeleton Twins 

Amazon Instant 

June 30

43) Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

July 3

44) It Follows 

July 7

45) The Water Diviner 

July 10

46) Strangerland 

July 12

47) The Strain season 2

July 13

48) Silicon Valley season 2

July 17

49) Married season 2

July 20

50) House of Lies season 4

51) Veep season 4

July 21

52) Insurgent 

July 23

53) Home Free 

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Audra Schroeder

Audra Schroeder

Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.