AMC Networks’ targeted streaming services are sizzling with a number of highly anticipated series including the July 7 debut of AMC+ Original Moonhaven, starring Joe Manganiello and Dominic Monaghan, as well as the final six episodes of the celebrated series Better Call Saul kicking off on July 11.
This month also features exclusive new film premieres rolling out every week in June with the AMC+ Friday Night Films lineup, including the home invasion thriller Barbarians (July 1), Hollywood whodunnit Last Looks (July 8), the romantic dramedy Paris, 13th District (July 15), timely award-winning drama Happening (July 22) and Shudder Original The Reef: Stalked (July 29).
The company’s targeted streamers also set to bring viewers an extensive catalogue of compelling dramas, fan-favorite franchises, highly anticipated films and timely collections on AMC+, Acorn TV, ALLBLK, IFC Films Unlimited, Shudder and Sundance Now all month long.
Highlights from across the suite of services include (in alphabetical and chronological order):
- For the Love of Jason (ALLBLK Original Series)
Season 2 Finale Premieres Thursday, July 7th
The sophomore season of For The Love of Jason, from creator and lead cast member Trell Woodberry, finds the cast forced to face the consequences of their actions of last season, or in some cases inactions. In the finale, The whole squad links up for Erick and Lisa’s housewarming that turns into the dinner party from hell. Jason is caught between his past and present loves as Bella and Carmen meet for the first time. Erick and Lisa confront their marital issues in front of their guests. Bryan fights to keep his composure when he meets Lacy’s boyfriend, while she and Alicia nearly come to blows. Jason crumbles as he finally faces his feelings from a shocking loss. CAST: Trell Woodberry, Kareem Grimes (All American), B.J. Britt (Being Mary Jane), Laila Odom (Lifetime’s Salt-N-Pepa, The Bobby DeBarge Story), Christol Lartey (Into The Woods, Unnatural Selection), Jessica Quintero, (Telltale, Save Me from Love), Jackée Harry (Sister, Sister), Brely Evans (Ambitions, Being Mary Jane).
- Terror Lake Drive (ALLBLK Original Series)
Season 2, Episode 3 Premieres Thursday July 7
Terror Lake Drive: Single Black Female takes place two years after the chain of events that traumatized the tenants of the Freeman Lake Apartments in season one…bringing a new and unsuspecting tenant to the mystifying lakeside apartment complex. In episode 3, a string of abductions launches a new investigation and puts the city’s mayor in the hot seat. Deja clashes with Shana and begins to notice some peculiar behavior. Theories arise about a possible suspect with the recent disappearance. CAST: Yolonda Ross (The Chi), Pascale Armand (Eclipsed), Charles Malik Whitfield (Chicago Med), Keith Arthur Bolden (Black Lightning, Cobra Kai), Denise Boutte (Meet the Browns) and Kendrick Cross (Ambitions). With Cynthia Bailey (Real Housewives of ATL) and Reginae Carter (Social Society, Pride & Prejudice ATL) in supporting roles.
- The Fallen (ALLBLK Feature Film)
Streaming July 2022
As a follow up to Blessed and Cursed (2010), faith-based feature film, Deitrick Haddon’s The Fallen, picks up with Praise and worship leader Dwight Hawkins is finally on the verge of putting his long-deferred dreams back on track. Dwight is signed with TMG Records and feels he’s living a whole new life. He has everything he’s ever wanted but it all starts to slip between his fingers. Hitting rock bottom, he is at the point of giving it all up until an intervention and the visitation of the Holy Spirit shows he still has a purpose. Committed to do the Lord’s work he rises back on top. No matter how far you might have fallen, you’ll never fall beyond God’s reach. CAST: Deitrick Haddon (Sins of the Father, Preachers of LA), Grammy-nominated singer MAJOR, singer Q Parker (112), comedian Jonathan Slocumb (Tyler Perry’s Meet The Browns), gospel artist B Slade, actor Jo él Quinn (Sparkle), and actor Brittany Lucio (Everything but a Man, A House Divided).
- Moonhaven (AMC+ Original)
Two-Episode Premiere Thursday, July 7; New Episodes Premiere Weekly
This sci-fi thriller set 100 years into the future follows Bella Sway (Emma McDonald), a lunar cargo pilot and smuggler who finds herself accused of a crime and marooned on Moonhaven, a utopian community on a 500 square mile Garden of Eden built on the moon to find solutions to the problems that will soon end civilization on Mother Earth. A skeptic in paradise, Bella is sucked into a conspiracy to gain control of the artificial intelligence responsible for Moonhaven’s miracles and teams with a local detective, Paul Serno (Dominic Monaghan, Lost), to stop the forces that want to destroy Earth’s last hope before they are destroyed themselves. Tomm Schultz (Joe Manganiello, True Blood), an ex-military with a philosophical bent, is the right hand of the lead Earth diplomat to the moon, who finds his ambitions changed when he’s injected with a mind-altering moon drug.
- Dark Winds
New Episodes Released One Week Ahead of AMC; Season Finale July 10
Set in 1971 on a remote outpost of the Navajo Nation near Monument Valley, Dark Winds follows Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn (Zahn McClarnon, The Son, Westworld, Fargo) of the Tribal Police as he is besieged by a series of seemingly unrelated crimes. The closer he digs to the truth, the more he exposes the wounds of his past. He is joined on this journey by his new deputy, Jim Chee (Kiowa Gordon, The Red Road, Roswell, New Mexico). Chee, too, has old scores to settle from his youth on the reservation. Together, the two men battle the forces of evil, each other, and their own personal demons on the path to salvation.
- Better Call Saul
Part 2 of Season 6 Premieres Monday, July 11
Better Call Saul’s final season concludes the complicated journey and transformation of its compromised hero, Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), into criminal lawyer Saul Goodman.
- This is Going to Hurt (AMC+ Original)
New Episodes Premiere Thursdays; Season Finale July 14
A provocative and heartfelt new comedy-drama starring Ben Whishaw (A Very English Scandal, No Time to Die), based on Adam Kay’s award-winning international memoir of the same name. This Is Going To Hurt pulls no punches in its depiction of the laugh-out-loud highs and gut-wrenching lows of life on a gynecology and obstetrics ward. The series follows Adam (Whishaw), a doctor who is finding his way through the ranks of hospital hierarchy; junior enough to suffer the crippling hours, but senior enough to face a constant barrage of terrifying responsibilities. Adam is clinging to his personal life as he is increasingly overwhelmed by stresses at work: the 97-hour weeks, the life-and-death decisions, and all-the-while knowing the hospital parking meter is earning more than him.