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See what’s streaming in August

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Sima Aunty is back! Season 2 of “Indian Matchmaking” debuts in August on Netflix with some new singles seeking love, as well as some familiar faces. It’s just one of the many shows and movies streaming during the month.

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Updated 2:34 PM ET, Fri July 29, 2022

Sima Aunty is back! Season 2 of “Indian Matchmaking” debuts in August on Netflix with some new singles seeking love, as well as some familiar faces. It’s just one of the many shows and movies streaming during the month.

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A look at some of the shows and movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and Disney+ in August.

“House of the Dragon”: “Game of Throne” fans have been anxiously awaiting this prequel series based on George R.R. Martin’s “Fire & Blood” novel. (HBO Max)

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“She-Hulk: Attorney at Law”: Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) is an attorney specializing in superhuman-oriented legal cases. In her off hours, she must deal with the complicated life of being a single, 30-something who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk. (Disney+)

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“Thirteen Lives”: The daring real-life rescue of a boys soccer team from a Thai mountain cave is recounted in this thriller directed by Ron Howard. (Prime)

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“Darby and Joan” Season 1 – Retired Australian homicide detective Jack Darby (Bryan Brown) has taken to the open road with his dog Diesel to flee his past, while recently widowed English nurse Joan Kirkhope (Greta Scacchi) is on a pilgrimage to find answers about her husband’s mysterious death. (Acorn TV)

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“I Am Groot”: “Guardians of the Galaxy” character Groot is a baby in this collection of adorable shorts centered around him. (Disney+)

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“Amy”: The life of the late singer Amy Winehouse is explored in this powerful and personal award-winning documentary. (HBO Max)

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“Never Have I Ever” Season 3: Ramona Young stars as Eleanor Wong, Lee Rodriguez as Fabiola Torres and Megan Suri as Aneesa in this series about an Indian teen girl trying to find her way in high school and life. (Netflix)

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“Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn’t Exist”: Ronaiah “Naya” Tuiasosopo in the story about NFL player Manti Te’o’s, whose future in football showed promise until a secret online relationship sent his life and career spiraling. (Netflix)

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“Big Tree City”: A team of animal heroes with special skills and speedy vehicles work together to keep Big Tree City safe and solve the town’s trickiest problems in this animated delight. (Netflix)

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“Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99”: Woodstock 1969 was all about love, peace and music, but the 1999 revival couldn’t have been more different, with days of rage, riots and real harm. This doc examines how it all went so wrong. (Netflix)

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“Good Morning, Verônica” Season 2: A woman working as a police clerk transforms into a justice fighter in this series. (Netflix)

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“The Croods Family Tree” Season 4: Your favorite prehistoric family is back for more action, adventure and laughs. (Hulu)

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“Sweet Life”: Los Angeles” Season 2: Find out what it’s like to be young, Black and ambitious in Los Angeles in this coming of age series. (HBO Max)

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“Jiro Dreams of Sushi”: This documentary tells the story of 85-year-old Jiro Ono, considered the world’s greatest sushi chef and his tiny restaurant which took the culinary world by storm. (Hulu)

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“A League of Their Own”: A new take on Penny Marshall’s beloved film, this series follows Carson (Abbi Jacobson), Max (Chanté Adams) and a new ensemble of characters carving a path both on and off the field. (Prime)

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“Room”: Brie Larson and William H. Macy star in this emotional and suspenseful film about the love between a mother and her child under the most harrowing of circumstances. (HBO Max)

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“House of Ho” Season 2: Oh how we love reality shows about the wealthy. This one follows the journey of a wealthy Vietnamese-American family as they navigate power struggles, family drama, and impossible expectations. (HBO Max)

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“LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation”: Finn has arranged a surprise vacation for his friends aboard the Galactic Starcruiser, The Halcyon! But Finn’s plan quickly goes awry when he’s separated from the group. (Disney+)

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“Cosmic Love”: We’ve had so many different dating shows, why not a social experiment in which four people representing each of the four elements of astrology (Air, Fire, Water, Earth) attempt to find their perfect spouse via astrological matchmaking? (Prime)

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“Making the Cut” Season 3: Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum keep the fashion fierce with new designers, celebrity judges and plenty of looks. (Prime)

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“Samaritan”: Sylvester Stallone stars as Joe Smith, who a teen (played by Javon “Wanna” Walton) suspects is actually a vigilante legend hiding in plain sight. And the crime ridden city needs him. (Prime)

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“Selena + Chef” Season 4: Selena Gomez continues to take us on her journey of learning about food and cooking from talented chefs. (HBO Max)

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“Unsuspicious”: In this sitcom,three women and their families conned by the same playboy go to his mansion to demand answers only to have to be questioned themselves when he’s found dead. (Netflix)

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“Untrapped The Story of Lil Baby”: An intimate look at the life of Grammy-winning rapper Lil Baby as he navigates his meteoric rise from the West Atlanta streets to the top of the charts. (Prime)

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“The Lost City”: Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum and Daniel Radcliffe star in this comedy adventure about a successful romance novelist who, after being kidnapped by a villainous treasure hunter, is forced to team up with her cover model to survive. (Prime)

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“Sonic the Hedgehog 2”: Our favorite blue hedgehog is back wanting to prove he has what it takes to be a hero. He gets the chance when his nemisis Dr. Robotnik returns – this time with a sidekick – searching for an emerald that has the power to destroy civilizations. (Prime)

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“Bugsy”: Warren Beatty takes on the character of real life mobster Bugsy Siegel in this biopioc.(Hulu)

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“Junior Baking Show” Season 6: Britain’s most talented young bakers try to impress judges with cakes, biscuits, breads and the like in this kid-focused spinoff of “The Great British Baking Show.” (Netflix)

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“Wedding Season”: Suraj Sharma stars as Ravi and Pallavi Sharda as Asha in this romantic comedy about two people who pretend to be a couple to please their parents. But is it all fake? (Netflix)

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“The Devil Wears Prada”: Meryl Streep plays the demanding editor-in-chief of a high fashion magazine, opposite Anne Hathaway as her new assistant, in a comedy that might make you feel better about your own job. (Prime)

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“X-Men Origins: Wolverine”: This prequel to the popular X-Men franchise tells the origin story of the Marvel Comics character Wolverine’s played by Hugh Jackman. (Hulu)

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“Industry” Season 2: This time around Harper, Yasmin and Robert must drive new business and make new alliances both in and out of the office as Pierpoint and its junior bankers seek to take every advantage in a post-Covid world. (HBO Max)

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“Belfast”: Actor Kenneth Branagh wrote and directed this film about a young boy’s childhood in Belfast, Northern Ireland, set at the beginning of The Troubles in 1969. (HBO Max)

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“All or Nothing: Arsenal”: Academy Award and BAFTA Award-winning actor and Arsenal fan, Daniel Kaluuya serves as the narrator who helps bring the club’s rich history to life and takes viewers on the journey of the teams 2021/22 season. (Prime)

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“The Outlaws” Season 2: Stephen Merchant is back with The Outlaws who still have time to serve on their sentences, but quickly realize the criminal underworld isn’t done with them yet. (Prime)

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“The Blair Witch Project”: You may never look at the woods the same way again after watching this groundbreaking horror film which has “found footage” at it’s center. (Hulu)

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“Groundhog Day”: Get ready to fall in love all over again. And again. And again. Because every day is the same day in this classic Bill Murray comedy. (Hulu)

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“I Am A Killer” Season 3: Murderers share the stories of their crimes in this true crime series. (Netflix)

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“Licorice Pizza”: Paul Thomas Anderson directs this story of two people growing up and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley in 1973. (Prime)

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“The Muppets Take Manhattan”: The Muppets try to make it to Broadway in this family friendly musical. (Hulu)

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“Prey”: The hunters become the huntedas they try to discover the what exactly is the predator that is out to get them. (Hulu)

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“Step Up Revolution”: An aspiring dancer falls in love with the leader of a dance team, but her father’s work threatens to destroy the team’s historic neighborhood. (Hulu)

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“So I Married An Ax Murderer”: What’s a poet to do when he proposes to a seemingly sweet butcher who may or may not be an infamous killer still at large? (Hulu)

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