What’s coming to HBO and HBO Max in July 2022?

June 12, 2022 (Last updated: July 1, 2022)
Jonathon Wilson 0
HBO, HBO Max, News, Premium Channels, Streaming Service

Welcome to our monthly rundown of what’s coming to HBO and HBO Max in July 2022. Please note, this article focuses primarily on original content rather than licensed fare, with particular attention paid to recognizable IPs or hotly-anticipated movies and shows. Since complete information isn’t available right now, this article will be regularly updated throughout the month with the latest additions as and when we get them. And do remember that here at Ready Steady Cut we offer the most comprehensive coverage of all streaming releases, so be sure to check back regularly not just for updates but for links to our reviews and recaps for July’s offerings.

Westworld remains the most high-profile release on the slate, leading the charge in what is otherwise a very quiet month — at least so far. Remember to check back for updates as the slate is added to constantly. In the meantime, you can also check out our previews for other networks and streaming platforms, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Apple TV+. If you’re here early, we also provided a timetable for the month of June which is still available here.

What’s coming to HBO and HBO Max in July 2022?

Shows continuing from June

  • Westworld (Season 4) — HBO’s acclaimed sci-fi series continues across July.
  • Irma Vep — This adaptation/continuation of Olivier Assayas’s most beloved film will conclude in July.

July 1

  • How to Screw It All Up (Cómo mandarlo todo a la mierda) – an HBO Max original series following a group of friends on a directionless road trip and finding themselves.


July 8 

  • Visitors – HBO Max picks up the Warner Bros series centering on a man’s first day on the police force, and aliens visit at nightfall.

July 10

  • The Anarchists – HBO has commissioned a documentary series that showcases a series of events that unfold over six years.

July 12

  • Edge of the Earth – an HBO original documentary series following four groups of athletes embarking on four never-before-accomplished missions.

July 14

  • FBOY Island – a reality series where three women try to work out which of their 24 suitors are “nice guys” and which are f**k boys.
  • Vote for Juan (season 3) – the Juan Carrasco political comedy saga returns, but this time on HBO Max.

July 15

  • The Rehearsal – Nathan Fielder returns for a comedy series.

July 16

  • Nikki Glaser: Good Clean Filth – Nikki Glaser returns with a brand new stand-up.

July 21

  • Rap Sh!t – a new comedy series created by Issa Rae for HBO Max. The story centers on two Miami-based rappers who are trying to find success in the music industry.
  • The Last Movie Stars – a documentary series celebrating Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman’s lives.
  • Almost Fly – a series following three friends in the 90s confronting the realities of the West-German province and dreaming of greater things. They discover hip-hop, and so, their life changes.
  • Pacto Brutal – O Assassinato de Daniella Perez – a true crime series. It’s all in the title.

July 27

  • We Met in Virtual Reality – this documentary follows the cultural movement happening inside VR, demonstrating the power of online connection in an isolated world.

July 28

  • House Party — Music video director Charles Kidd II (aka Calmatic) directs a LeBron James-produced remake of the 1990 Kid ‘n Play comedy.
  • Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin – apparently, this is not linked to the original series, so we have a new, shiny Pretty Little Liars series on our hands, adding to the popular franchise.
  • Love Monster – the kid’s animation series returns.
  • Harley Quinn (season 3) – the famous villain returns for another animated series.

That’s everything coming to HBO and HBO Max in July 2022. You can check out these releases and many others with a subscription to the service.

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