What to watch this month

Our favourite series returning to our screens this July include Stranger Things, Queer Eye, and maybe, Peaky Blinders.

Stranger Things 

Netflix | Season 3 | 4 July 

The kids are older and think they have put their biggest battle behind them. Unfortunately, the Mind Flayer is back, and appears to have possessed Billy. All the original cast are on board for the new series. 

Queer Eye 

Netflix | Season 4 | 19 July 

The fourth series will see the fab five return to Kansas City (season 5 takes place in Philadelphia) to transform the lives of eight new heroes. 


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Have you missed us? (We missed you too. ) We’re back in Kansas City for Season 4, July 19.

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Peaky Blinders 

BBC 1 | Season 5 | Date unconfirmed

While a date is not yet confirmed, the first episode of the series is getting a preview at London’s BFI Southbank on 23 July, so it should be on our screens after that. This season Sam Claflin joins the cast as controversial Fascist leader Osward Mosley, and Irish actor Brian Gleeson is also expected to join the show. The fifth season takes place in 1929, with Tommy’s new political career coming into focus, as the world is thrown into turmoil by the financial crash. Opportunity and misfortune are everywhere, and Tommy Shelby is approached by a charismatic politician with a bold vision for Britain. 


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New cast member @Mrsamclaflin joins us for his first day on set #PeakyBlinders Photographer: Matt Squire

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Glitter Room

Netflix | 1 July

Canadian-Irish comedian Katherine Ryan has released a second stand-up special on Netflix this month. It follows the success of her 2017 show In Trouble. “Glitter Room is about buying my first home with my daughter and all the renovations builders who felt sad for us because I wanted a rose gold kitchen and wasn’t married,” Katherine says. A rose gold kitchen sounds good to us!