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Do you not own an HBO Max subscription? This month, some of the most popular titles will be available on HBO Max, giving you even more reasons to watch HBO Max!

Many new movies and TV shows are making their way to HBO Max in Canada in July 2022. So if you do not live in Canada, connect to a Canadian VPN server on your chosen VPN service provider and stream all your favorite content without any hassles. 

It will be a wild month with all those hits making their way to our favorite streaming service, HBO Max. 

Here’s everything that’s coming our way in HBO Max Canada.

Everything That’s Blessing Your Screens in July

1. How To Screw It All Up

Coming on: 1st July

In this Spanish-language teen drama, high school student Alba discovers her class’s end-of-year trip has been canceled, jeopardizing her plan to flee home. However, when she discovers that a group of her classmates intends to steal a van and go on a road trip, she joins them, beginning an unexpected adventure.

2. Miss S

Coming on: 7th July

Murder Mystery fans, this one is for you! Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, a British cult phenomenon, will be remade in Chinese by HBO Max Canada. Miss S is set in 1930s Shanghai and follows the main character Miss S, alias Su Wenli, a gorgeous socialite who develops an odd relationship with investigator Luo Qiuheng and is enticed into investigating many inexplicable deaths across the city.

3. The Visitors

Coming on: 7th July

In this French-language series, Richard, a newly minted police officer, is just getting started when mysterious lights appear in the sky, leading everyone to wonder if they’re being visited by extraterrestrial life.

4. Vote for Juan


Coming on: 14th July

The third season of Juan Carrasco’s political mishaps continues in this Spanish-language answer to dry political comedy such as Veep and The Thick of It.

5. Almost Fly

Coming on: 21st July

Set in West Germany during the geopolitical turmoil of 1990, three schoolmates discover the delights of hip-hop music and change the directions of their life.

6. The Last Movie Stars

Coming on: 21st July

Long before Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie or Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian was a thing, there was Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. Whose life as a mega-famous Hollywood couple, meeting on set and frequently appearing opposite one other, is chronicled in this new Ethan Hawke-directed docuseries.

7. Rap Sh!t

Coming on: 21st July

Rap Sh!t is Issa Rae’s first written series since Insecure ended last year, and it seems like a lot of fun. Aida Osman and KaMillion portray two best friends striving to make it as rappers in the city, heavily influenced by the Miami-based rap duo City Girls.

8. Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin

Coming on: 28th July

Pretty Little Liars was one of Freeform’s most successful shows from 2010 to 2017. It generated several spinoffs based on Sara Shepard’s YA novels. Still, none were as successful as the original series about youngsters Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily, who were harassed by the mysterious “A” after their friend Allison disappeared. Lindsay Calhoon Bring and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) are rebooting the show with a new cast in a new location and a new set of dramatic horrors. 

“Two can keep a secret if one of them is dead, baby!”

TBA 2022

The following TV shows and movies will also make their way to HBO Max Canada this year, but the release date has not been announced yet.

1. Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai

This animated series depicts the genesis tale of the lovely kid Mogwai Gizmo and how shop owner Mr. Wing first saw it as a child in 1920s Shanghai. Expect some late-night munching to turn into a shocking disaster.

2. Love and Death

This drama depicts the true story of Candy Montgomery, a Texas lady who viciously murdered her closest friend Betty Gore in the 1980s. The show is directed by Lesli Linka Glatter (Homeland) and produced by David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies), with Elizabeth Olsen and Lily Rabe starring. 

3. Untitled Lizzo Documentary

Lizzo, one of the latest recording artists to emerge in recent years, is the newest recording artist to receive a pop documentary. The documentary, directed by Doug Pray (The Defiant Ones), will follow her climb from her modest origins in the Houston and Minneapolis scenes to the release of her debut album Cuz I Love You and the following global tour.

Final Thoughts

Are you looking forward to everything new on HBO Max in Canada? The July 2022 lineup of TV shows and movies has us all pumped. In the comments section below, let us know which movies or series you are most excited about.