Posted July 2, 2022 • Last updated August 7, 2022

What's new on Canadian streaming & TV in July 2022?

New arrivals on streaming in July include the latest James Bond and Spider-Man movies, "House of Gucci", and much more.

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Hi everyone, and hope you are enjoying your Canada Day long weekend. It's (belatedly) time for our monthly summary of notable new programming coming to streaming services and TV channels in Canada.

This is not intended as a complete list, but where practical we will provide links to fuller information. While we do mention a few reality and documentary shows and the like, our main focus is on notable scripted programming.

Prices are listed by WCIW for convenience, and are subject to change by the providers. Listed prices do not include any applicable sales taxes, which vary by province. The web version of this post may be updated occasionally during the month, though we cannot commit to updating everything that might be added or changed.

A reminder for newsletter subscribers: Because of the long weekend, there will not be a regular This Week in WCIW newsletter this coming Monday. The next newsletter should be sent out on Monday, July 11.


Netflix costs between $9.99 and $20.99 per month in Canada, depending on the number of streams and picture quality you need.

Netflix Canada posts its monthly listings on social media, including Twitter and YouTube. Where necessary, we've cross-referenced against other sources.

Because of the sheer amount of content Netflix releases each month, we've typically been more judicious with the number of items listed compared to other services, so we encourage you to consult the full lists if you're waiting on a specific program.

New programs are normally released at 3:00 a.m. ET (midnight PT) on the date indicated, unless otherwise noted.

Notable original series

  • Stranger Things (season 4, "volume 2" [final two extended episodes]) – Friday, July 1
  • Karma's World (season 3) – July 7
  • Boo, Bitch – July 8
  • How to Build a Sex Room – July 8
  • D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! (docuseries) – July 13
  • Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (series based on the film franchise) – July 14
  • Resident Evil (series based on the video game franchise, but set in a separate universe from the film series) – July 14
  • Farzar – July 15
  • Virgin River (season 4) – July 20
  • Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (season 5) – July 21
  • Blown Away (season 3) – July 22
  • Gabby's Dollhouse (season 5) – July 25
  • Dream Home Makeover (season 3) – July 27
  • Keep Breathing – July 28
  • Uncoupled – July 29

Notable original (or exclusive-distribution "original") films

  • Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between (drama based on the novel, starring Talia Ryder) – July 6
  • The Sea Beast (animated film) – July 8
  • How to Change Your Mind (documentary based on the book by Michael Pollan) – July 12
  • Persuasion – Friday, July 15
  • The Gray Man – Friday, July 22
  • The Most Hated Man on the Internet – July 27
  • Purple Hearts – July 29

Notable original specials

  • David A. Arnold: It Ain't for the Weak (stand-up comedy special) – Sunday, July 19

Notable licensed programming

  • The King of Staten Island (2020 film via Universal, previously on Crave) – Friday, July 1
  • Animal Kingdom (season 5, previously aired on CTV Drama) – Saturday, July 11
  • The Rental (2020 horror film via Elevation / STX, previously on Prime Video) – Wednesday, July 22


Disney+ currently costs $11.99 per month, or $119.99 per year, in Canada. Star, its general entertainment hub (with offerings similar but not identical to Hulu in the U.S.), is included at no extra charge in the Canadian service.

Disney+ sends its Canadian monthly listings to media outlets on its mailing list. Despite our efforts, we are not yet getting the Canadian listings, so we have to collate information from outside posts. New programs are normally released at 3:00 a.m. ET (midnight PT) on the date indicated, unless otherwise noted.

Notable premiere or new-release films and specials

  • The Princess (direct-to-streaming 20th Century action film) – Friday, July 1
  • The Bob's Burgers Movie (20th Century animated film based on the series, released in theatres on May 27) – Tuesday, July 12
  • Zombies 3 (sequel to the 2018 and 2020 Disney Channel movies) – Friday, July 15

Notable Disney+ original series

  • The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse (season 2, episode 3: "The Wonderful Summer of Mickey Mouse") – Friday, July 8
  • Light & Magic (documentary series about Disney/Lucasfilm subsidiary Industrial Light & Magic, directed by Lawrence Kasdan) – Wednesdays starting July 27
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Ms. Marvel (Wednesdays through July 13)

Notable Star original series

  • Solar Opposites (season 3) – Wednesdays starting July 27
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Only Murders in the Building (Tuesdays); Under The Banner of Heaven (Wednesdays through July 13); The Orville (Thursdays)

Notable library programming

  • Various ESPN 30 for 30 documentaries – Fridays throughout the month
  • AKA Jane Roe (2020 FX documentary) – Friday, July 1
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017 Marvel Studios-produced film, via Sony) – Friday, July 1 [the 2002–14 non-MCU Sony films were also added in June]
  • American Dad (season 18, previously aired on Much) – Monday, July 4
  • Big Sky (season 2, previously aired on CTV) – Wednesday, July 6
  • Mayans M.C. (season 4, previously aired on FX) – Wednesday, July 13
  • Shots Fired (2017 Fox series) – Wednesday, July 13
  • Cosmos: Possible Worlds (2020 NatGeo / Fox docuseries) – Wednesday, July 27


Bell Media's Crave costs between $9.99 and $19.99 per month via direct subscription, depending on the number of streams, device support, and picture quality you need. The price may vary when subscribing through a TV provider.

Starz, which is also operated in Canada by Bell Media, is available as a $5.99 per month add-on to Crave's direct subscriptions, and is also available separately through Prime Video Channels, Apple TV Channels, and TV providers.

Crave's full list of arrivals is posted on Bell Media's press site (we also use Crave's monthly linear schedules for additional details). New programs are normally released at midnight ET on the date indicated (equivalent to 9:00 p.m. PT on the previous date), though some (including HBO Max programs) may be released at 3:00 a.m. ET, and others (including mainline HBO programs) are released simultaneously with their linear premieres at the indicated times.

Crave original programming

  • Canada's Drag Race (season 3) – Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. ET starting July 14
  • Dave Merheje: I Love You Habibi (standup comedy special) – Friday, July 29

HBO original programming

  • Westworld (season 4) – Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET [season began June 26 but was omitted from last month's guide]
  • The Anarchists (docuseries about the "Anarchapulco" conference and various related events) – Sundays at 10:00 p.m. ET starting July 10
  • The Rehearsal (comedy series starring Nathan Fielder) – Fridays at 11:00 p.m. ET starting July 15
  • Nikki Glaser: Good Clean Filth (standup comedy special) – Saturday, July 16 at 10:00 p.m. ET
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Irma Vep (Mondays at 9:00 p.m. ET until July 25); Mind Over Murder (Mondays at 10:00 p.m. ET until July 25);
  • Weekly topical programming (new episodes air "live" on the HBO linear channel and are posted on-demand the next day): Pause with Sam Jay (Fridays at 11:00 p.m. ET through July 8); Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (Sundays at 11:00 p.m. ET – on hiatus until July 24); Real Time with Bill Maher (Fridays at 10:00 p.m. ET – on hiatus until July 29)

HBO Max original programming

  • FBoy Island (season 2) – Thursdays, July 14–28 (multiple episodes weekly)
  • Rap Sh!t (rap industry comedy series created by Issa Rae) – Thursdays starting July 21 (two-episode premiere)
  • Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin (mystery thriller series set in the universe of the Sara Shepard book series and 2010-17 WB-produced Freeform series) – Thursdays starting July 28 (multiple episodes weekly)

Showtime original programming

  • We Hunt Together (season 2) – all episodes streaming Friday, July 1; also airing on Crave 1 Sundays at 11:30 p.m. ET from July 3 to 24
  • Supreme Team (docuseries about the Queens, New York crime syndicate) – streaming Friday, July 8; also airing on Crave 1 Sundays at 10:00 p.m. ET from July 10 to 24
  • City on a Hill (season 3) – streaming Fridays starting July 29; also airing on Crave 1 Sundays at 10:00 p.m. ET starting July 31
  • NYC Point Gods (documentary about basketball in New York City in the 1980s and 1990s) – streaming Friday, July 29; also airing on Crave 3 Saturday, July 30 [late Friday night] at 12:05 a.m. ET
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The Chi (streaming Fridays, also on Crave 1 Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET); The Man Who Fell to Earth (season finale Sunday, July 3 at 10:00 p.m. ET); Flatbush Misdemeanors (Sundays at 11:00 p.m. ET)
  • Weekly topical programming (new episodes air "live" on Crave 1 and are posted on-demand the next day): Vice (Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET, resuming July 31)

New / recent release movies

  • Scarborough (2021 Canadian drama film, Best Picture winner at the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards, via LevelFilm) – Friday, July 1
  • Stillwater (2021 crime drama starring Matt Damon, via Universal / Focus) – Friday, July 1
  • No Time to Die (2021 spy film starring Daniel Craig as James Bond, via MGM) – Friday, July 1
  • SamSam (2020 animated film based on the series, via TVA Films[?!] or possibly Lionsgate) – Friday, July 1
  • The Worst Person in the World [Verdens verste menneske] (2021 Norwegian romantic dark comedy directed by Joachim Trier and starring Renate Reinsve, via Sphere [MK2 Mile End]) – Friday, July 8
  • The Addams Family 2 (2021 animated sequel to the 2019 film, starring the voices of Oscar Isaac and Charlize Theron, via MGM) – Friday, July 8
  • West Side Story (2021 remake of the 1961 film based on the musical, directed by Steven Spielberg, via 20th Century; also already on Disney+) – Friday, July 8
  • Julia (2021 documentary film about the life of Julia Child, via Mongrel / Sony Pictures Classics; has also aired in Canada on CNN) – Monday, July 11
  • Blue Bayou (2021 drama written and directed by and starring Justin Chon, via Universal / Focus) – Friday, July 15
  • The King's Man (2021 spy action prequel to the Kingsman films, via 20th Century; also already on Disney+) – Friday, July 15
  • Respect (2021 biopic about Aretha Franklin, starring Jennifer Hudson, via MGM) – Friday, July 22
  • Last Night in Soho (2021 British horror film directed and co-written by Edgar Wright, starring Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy, via Universal / Focus) – Friday, July 22
  • Flag Day (2021 drama directed by and starring Sean Penn, via MGM) – Friday, July 29
  • Antlers (2021 horror film starring Keri Russell, via Searchlight; also already on Disney+) – Friday, July 29

Notable library movies

  • John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum (2019, via Lionsgate; previously on Prime Video and Netflix) – Friday, July 1
  • Spy Kids (all four films in the original 2001–11 film series) – Friday, July 22

Other notable licensed programming

  • Friday Night Lights (complete 2006–11 NBC / DirecTV series, via Universal; also already on Telus Presents) – Friday, July 1
  • Drag Race France (France-set edition of the RuPaul's Drag Race format, available with English subtitles) – Thursdays at 3:00 p.m. ET [season began June 23 but was not included in last month's Crave listings]
  • The Good Doctor (season 5, previously aired on CTV) – Friday, July 8
  • Republic of Doyle (complete 2010–14 CBC series; also already on CBC Gem) – Friday, July 15 (in monthly listings but not yet posted)
  • Love Island (U.S. season 4; also available on the CTV app) – episodes released nightly Tuesdays-Fridays and Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET starting July 19
  • Almost Paradise (season 1 of the American-Filipino crime drama, which aired in spring 2020 in the U.S. on the former WGN America) – Friday, July 22
  • RuPaul's Drag Race: Down Under (season 2) – Saturdays starting July 30
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars (Fridays through July 29); Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (season finale Thursday, July 7);

Notable new programming on Starz

  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Becoming Elizabeth (Sundays except July 24); P-Valley (Sundays except July 17)

Prime Video

Amazon's streaming service, Prime Video, is only available in Canada as part of an Amazon Prime membership, which is $9.99 per month or $99.00 per year, with a one-month trial available in most areas for first-time subscribers. More programs may be available through add-on channels at additional monthly costs.

Prime Video's full monthly listings for Canada are emailed directly to us, among other media outlets.

Original (or exclusive Canadian distribution) programming

  • The Terminal List (action thriller series starring Chris Pratt) – Friday, July 1
  • Universe’s Most Wanted (action drama starring Dave Bautista, via STX / Elevation?) – announced for July 1 but has not yet appeared
  • Comicstaan (season 3 of the Indian stand-up competition) – Thursday, July 14
  • James May: Our Man In... (season 2 – Italy) – Friday, July 15
  • Don’t Make Me Go (comedy-drama starring John Cho) – Friday, July 15
  • Forever Summer: Hamptons ("coming-of-age docusoap") – Friday, July 15
  • Anything’s Possible (coming-of-age drama film directed by Billy Porter) – Friday, April 22
  • Prizefighter: The Life of Jem Belcher (biopic about the early 19th century boxer) – Friday, April 22
  • Paper Girls (sci-fi drama series based on the comic book series, starring Sofia Rosinsky) – Friday, July 29

New-release films

  • A Journal for Jordan (2021 drama directed by Denzel Washington and starring Michael B. Jordan, via Sony) – Friday, July 1
  • Petite Maman (2021 French fantasy drama, via Elevation/Neon) – Friday, July 1
  • Gold (presumably the 2022 Australian film by that title starring Zac Efron, via VVS) – Thursday, July 7
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021 Marvel Studios-produced sequel to Far from Home, starring Tom Holland and Zendaya, via Sony) – Friday, July 15
  • House of Gucci (2021 biographical crime drama starring Lady Gaga and Adam Driver, via MGM) – Friday, July 15
  • Pig (2021 drama starring Nicholas Cage, via Elevation) – Saturday, July 16
  • X (2022 horror film directed by Ti West, via VVS) – Thursday, July 21
  • American Siege (2022 action film starring Timothy V. Drake and Bruce Willis, via VVS) – Thursday, July 21
  • The Cursed (2022 horror film, via Elevation) – Friday, July 22
  • Uncharted (2022 action-adventure film starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, via Sony) – Friday, July 29

Notable licensed programming

  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (seasons 14–21) – Friday, July 1


CBC Gem is free to watch with ads; an ad-free Premium subscription, which adds access to CBC News Network and early access to certain programs, is available for $4.99 per month.

CBC Gem's monthly listings are posted in full on the CBC's media website. Other than programs marked as "original" or "premiere", programs may have aired previously in Canada on other services. Again, some programs may be initially available only on the Premium tier, but are made available on the free tier at a later date.

Notable Canadian programming

  • Canadian Strain (2020 Canadian comedy film, via Photon; previously on Crave) – Friday, July 1
  • Race Against the Tide (season 2 of the CBC original series) – Sundays starting July 10
  • SkyMed (medical adventure series set in northern Canada, co-produced by CBC and Paramount+) – Sundays starting July 10
  • Skymaster Down (documentary about the unsolved mystery of a 1950 missing plane, originally produced for CBC's Documentary Channel) – Friday, July 15
  • Akilla’s Escape (2020 Canadian drama film, via LevelFilm) – Saturday, July 23
  • The Song of Names (2019 Canadian drama film, via Elevation; previously on Crave) – Saturday, July 30

Notable premiere international programmg

  • Stath Lets Flats (season 3) – starting Friday, July 8
  • The Great British Baking Show (season 12) – starting Sunday, July 10
  • The Dark Heart [Mörkt Hjärta] (Swedish drama miniseries) – starting Friday, July 15
  • Extraordinary Extensions (British home renovation series) – starting Monday, July 18
  • Bump (season 2) – starting Friday, July 29

Other notable international programming

  • Sorry for Your Loss (season 1 of the 2018–19 Facebook Watch series starring Elizabeth Olsen; not to be confused with the 2019 Canadian film) – starting Monday, July 4
  • RBG (2018 documentary about Ruth Bader Ginsburg; previously on Crave) – Friday, July 8
  • Crime (2021 British drama; already on BritBox) – starting Friday, July 22

Notable new programming elsewhere

Compiled from a variety of public media resources as well as listings emailed directly to WCIW.

Linear television (with streaming options where available)

  • Global (also on StackTV): Departure (season 2 – July 13)
  • W Network (also on StackTV): Five Bedrooms (season 3 – Thursdays starting July 7); Hallmark Channel Christmas in July event (all month)
  • Adult Swim (also on StackTV): Tuca & Bertie (season 2 currently airing after one-year delay from U.S. broadcast; season 3 premieres July 11 day-and-date with U.S.); Harley Quinn (season 3 – TBC; premieres on HBO Max U.S. on July 28)
  • FX (also on Citytv+): What We Do in the Shadows (season 4 – Tuesdays starting July 12)
  • BBC Earth (also available as a channel on Prime Video): The Green Planet (docuseries – Wednesdays starting July 6)
  • AMC (also available via AMC+ on Prime Video and Apple TV): Better Call Saul (midseason premiere Monday, July 11)
  • Super Channel (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): see monthly premieres here

Streaming services

  • AMC+ (available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): Moonhaven (sci-fi thriller – Thursdays starting July 7)
  • Apple TV+: Black Bird (thriller series starring Greg Kinnear – Fridays starting July 8); Trying (season 3 – Fridays starting July 22); Surface (thriller series starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw – Fridays starting July 29)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): Murder Case (seasons 1–2 – July 8); Silent Witness (seasons 24-25 – July 12); Eleventh Hour (2006 UK series starring Patrick Stewart – July 26)
  • Discovery+: see press release for July programming lineup; not all programs necessarily available in Canada
  • Paramount+ (also available as add-on to Prime Video and Apple TV): The Good Wife, Melrose Place, Madam Secretary (full series – all available July 1); multiple original films including The Day The Music Died: The Story Of Don Mclean’s “American Pie” (original documentary – July 19); Torn Hearts (Epix series – starting July 19); Honor Society (original film from Awesomeness Films – July 29)

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