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What to watch on HBO Now and what's coming to iTunes, July 2015HBO is adding and losing some quality movies. Meanwhile, Apple's got a bunch of movies you could catch at home instead of at the theater.
Scream, Lego and ballers, all that and more coming up on Netpicks. [music] Hey everybody, thanks for coming by, lets talk about the newest stuff to watch online, but first check out our new ticker up there, let us know what you think in the comments. First up, Apple Itunes. On July 1st you can download the free premier of scream, the MTV horror series based on the movie of the same name. The ghost-face mask has a new design, but don't worry, it's got Wes Craven's approval. On the same day, you can download the first episode of Zoo. It's based on the James Patterson novel, and it's about a series of animal attacks happening all over the world. Disclaimer: Zoo airs on CBS and CNET happens to be a subsidiary of CBS Thanks CBS. July 17th the premier episode of Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll starring Dennis Leary becomes available as a free download on iTunes. Apple's got a whole lot of first round movies coming to iTunes around the same time as when they hit theaters. But let's spotlight perhaps the most awesome one. On the last day of July the 31st, you can watch the Lego Brickumentary on iTunes. The documentary explores Lego and how it became a toy beloved by people of all ages. Does any dislike Lego? Maybe Shell Oil? Anyway, what's going on in HBO Now. Starting July 1st you can catch A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Dawn of the Dead, Inside Man, J. Edgar, Lone Survivor, My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Reno 911!: Miami Don't wanna pay for HBO, and still wanna watch a couple of new shows? Well you're in luck. HBO and Facebook just made a deal. The first episode of Ballers starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, is available for a limited time via Facebook. There's also the first episode of The Brink starring Tim Robbins, and Jack Black. We'll have the links at cnet.com/netpicks. And really quickly here's what leaving HBO Now at the end of July. 12 years a salve, 8 mile, Dallas Buyers Club, Fast and Furious 6, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Over the Hedge, Raging Bull and The World's End. We'll have the complete list of everything coming and going online over at Cnet.com/netpicks I'm Iyaz, enjoy your show.