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Everything that’s coming to CraveTV in July

CraveTV, the other big video streaming service in Canada, has a quite shows coming throughout July.

The beginning of the month saw the release of season 3 of LetterKenny, which is a CraveTV original and is about “hicks, skids, hockey players and Christians. These are their problems.”

For you South Park fans, season 20 is now on CraveTV along with I’m Dying Up Here which takes a look at LA stand-up comedy scene during the ’70s. The 2017 revival of Twin Peaks will continue to air through this month, with Parts 9, 10, 11 & 12.

The Night Of is an intricate story about a fictitious murder in New York City and the police investigation and legal proceedings of it.

Risk, is the highly anticipated documentary about Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange and those who surround him, Risk will be available to stream on July 22nd at 9PM ET.

On July 28th, CraveTV will release the first season of critically-acclaimed series, The Handmaid’s Tale, which follows the story of life in the dystopia of Gilead, which is a totalitarian society in the US.

Here’s a complete list of everything coming to Crave TV this month.

July 1st

  • LetterKenny (CraveTV Original) – Season 3
  • South Park – Season 20
  • Trevor Wilson – Bigger in Person

July 4th

  • Casual (CraveTV Original) – Season 3 Episode 9

July 7th

  • Sprit Unforgettable
  • Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour
  • How Beer Saved the World
  • Holy Smokers

July 11th

  • Casual (CraveTV Original) – Season 3 Episode 10

July 14th

  • The Night Of
  • Patton Oswalt: Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time
  • Tracey Morgan: Bona Fide
  • Shark Week Collection
    • Air Jaws: Apocalypse
    • Air Jaws: Fin of Fury
    • Air Jaws: Night Stalker
    • Air Jaws: Walking with Great Whites
    • Deadliest Sharks
    • Isle of Jaws
    • Jaws of the Deep
    • Nuclear Sharks
    • Shallow Water Invasion
    • Shark Bait
    • Sharks Among Us
    • Super Predator
    • The Return of Monster Mako
    • Tiger Beach
    • Wrath of a Great White Serial Killer

July 18th

  • Casual (CraveTV Original) – Season 3 Episode 11

July 21st

  • Open Your Eyes
  • Fort Mac Wildfire: Rogue Earth
  • Collision Course – Season 1
  • The Last Ship – Season 3

July 22nd

  • Risk

July 25th

  • Casual (CraveTV Original) – Season 3 Episode 12

July 28th

  • The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 1
  • Looking: The Movie

July 30th

  • 19-2 – Season 4 Episode 1 with new episodes weekly

Last chance to watch

  • Degrassi, Season 12 — July 15
  • The L.A. Complex, Season 2 — July 15
  • Doctor Strange  — July 31st (not the 2016 movie)
  • Grease: Live! — July 31st
  • Hulk vs — July 31st
  • Next Avengers: Heroes Of Tomorrow — July 31st
  • Planet Hulk — July 31st
  • The Invincible Iron Man — July 31st
  • Ultimate Avengers: The Movie — July 31st
  • Ultimate Avengers II — July 31st
  • Thor: Tales of Asgard — July 31st

Source: Bell Media




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