Welcome to July.
Here's what's new to stream.
HBO has a big hole without West World, but it's got a new mini-series to drum up interest.
Sharp Objects starts Amy Adams as a reporter looking into a murder and disappearance of a child.
Eight episodes kick off on July eighth.
Robin Williams, Come Inside My Mind is a new documentary that arrives on HBO Now on July 16th.
It looks at the the life of the legendary comedian.
Over on Netflix, the 6th season of Orange Is The New Black hits on July 27th.
Way back in June, Netflix released a cryptic bye bye glitch video to announce the season.
Netflix also has 6 new episodes of the Joel McHale Show, with Joe McHale.
All 6 will arrive on the same day, July 15th.
On July sixth, you can catch new episodes of Comedians in Cars getting coffee with Jerry Seinfeld.
Guest this time include Alec Baldwin, Kate McKinnon, and Tracy Morgan.
Amazon Prime has a new film called Zoe, starring Ewan McGregor.
It's a futuristic film about perfecting romantic relationships.
Zoe streams on Friday, July 20th.
Hulu's got a new original called Castle Rock starting on July 25th.
It's by Stephen King and JJ Abrams, so expect horror and mystery boxes galore.
Outside the world of originals, HBO nows got Justice League on July 7th Marvel at the amazingness that is Henry Kavil's upper lip, Wonder Woman remaining the best thing in DC movies, and the convenience of Cyborg's abilities to do anything the plot needs him to do.
You can watch Adam West play a rich guy with a split personality in the 1966 movie Batman on HBO Now starting July 1st.
You can watch Christian Bale play a rich guy with a split personality in American Psycho.
That movie is on Hulu and Amazon Prime starting on the first of July.
Pee Wee's Big Adventure starts streaming on Amazon Prime on the same day.
I almost forget this is a Tim Burton movie, but you can never forget that Danny Elfman does the music.
July 9th is when you can start watching Jaws, Jaws 2, Jaws 3, and Jaws: The Revenge over on Amazon Prime.
Prime also has all seven seasons of Burn Notice and all 12 seasons Citizens of NYPD blue starting in the first of July.
That's just some of the titles arriving in July.
For more information on what's coming and going online, check out cnet dot come slash net picks.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar and I'll see you online.