Everything Coming To Peacock This Month: 100+ Stunning Picks

Lover of all things Peacock, pay attention—July is going to be hot! Here are some of our favorite streaming-friendly movies and everything coming to Peacock this month. Wherever you go this summer, don’t forget to bring your bug spray, sunblock, and the Peacock app, whether you’re taking in the iridescent pyrotechnics in the night sky or lazing in the sun for everything coming to Peacock this month. 

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Available July 1

Everything Coming To Peacock This Month

With everything coming to Peacock this month, these are the July 1 highlights.

  • Air Force One
  • American Gangster
  • American Pie: Four buddies, Jim, Oz, Finch, and Kevin, agree that they will all lose their virginity before they graduate. How to accomplish that objective by prom night is now a difficult task. Oz starts singing to attract attention, Kevin is trying to convince his fiancée, Finch is trying any easy way to propagate rumors, and Jim is failing terribly. Will they succeed in their quest to find love by prom night? Or will they acquire very different knowledge in one of the best movies of everything coming to Peacock this month?
  • American Pie 2
  • American Wedding 
  • American Reunion 
  • American Psycho: It’s the late 1980s. Patrick Bateman, a 27-year-old Wall Street employee, moves around a closed network of the proverbial beautiful people, where only they are able to admit those who share their sense of superiority. To keep up his appearance of attractiveness and fitness, Patrick maintains a routine morning routine. Like others in his network, he is conceited, narcissistic, egomaniacal, and competitive, always trying to outdo everyone else in how they present themselves. He is made up of a human-like shell that merely contains greed and disgust, in other words in one of the best movies of everything coming to Peacock this month.
  • American Psycho 2 
  • Angel of Christmas (Hallmark)
  • Angels & Demons 
  • Apollo 13
  • Away & Back (Hallmark)
  • Baby Mama: Businesswoman Kate Holbrook, a successful single woman, has long prioritized her profession over her personal life. She’s finally decided to start a family on her own at age 37. However, she is presented with a curveball when she learns that her chances of becoming pregnant are only one in a million. Unfazed, the determined Kate lets working-class Angie Ostrowski from South Philly serves as her unexpected surrogate. This Tina Fey and Amy Poehler classic is among the best of everything coming to Peacock this month.
  • Billy Elliot
  • Blue Crush
  • Blue Crush 2
  • The Burbs
  • Christmas Festival of Ice (Hallmark)
  • A Christmas Melody (Hallmark)
  • The Christmas Parade (Hallmark)
  • The Christmas Spirit (Hallmark)
  • The Christmas Train (Hallmark)
  • Christmas with Tucker (Hallmark)
  • Couples Retreat 
  • Cowboys & Aliens 
  • The Da Vinci Code
  • The Day After Tomorrow: A huge ice sheet has been torn off, as discovered by paleoclimatologist Jack Hall when he is in Antarctica. But he is unaware that this occurrence will set off a significant climatic change that will have an impact on everyone on the planet. Jack undertakes a risky attempt to free his son and his trapped companions in one of the best films of everything coming to Peacock this month.
  • Debbie Macomber’s Mr. Miracle (Hallmark)
  • Do The Right Thing
  • Downtown Abbey, 2019 
  • Engaging Father Christmas (Hallmark)
  • Finding Father Christmas (Hallmark)
  • For The Love of the Game 
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall
  • Half Baked
  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army
  • Here Comes The Boom 
  • The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard 
  • Hollow Man
  • Horizon Line
  • The Hunger Games: The 12 districts and the Capitol make up the totalitarian state of Panem in a dystopian future. The Hunger Games are an annual event in which two teenage representatives from each district are chosen by lottery. The televised games are broadcast across Panem and serve as both entertainment and terrible retaliation for a previous uprising. The Hunger Games trilogy is one of the best of everything coming to Peacock this month.
  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire 
  • Hunger Games: The Mocking Jay Part 1 
  • Hunger Games: The Mocking Jay Part 2 
  • Inferno
  • Inside Man
  • Jaws
  • Jaws 2
  • Jaws 3-D
  • Jaws: The Revenge
  • Jumping The Broom
  • Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge (Hallmark)
  • Larry Crowne
  • The Last Airbender
  • Lone Survivor
  • A Majestic Christmas (Hallmark)
  • Mama
  • Mamma Mia!: The plot, which is set on a vibrant Greek island, provides the backdrop for numerous ABBA songs. A young woman who is preparing to get married learns that she could have three different fathers. Without notifying her mother Donna Sheridan (Meryl Streep), who was formerly the lead singer of Donna and the Dynamos, she extends invitations to all three to the wedding. In the meanwhile, Donna has summoned Tanya Wilkinson (Christine Baranski) and Rosie Mulligan (Dame Julie Walters), who serve as her backup vocalists. This is one of the best movies of everything coming to Peacock this month.
  • Marrying Father Christmas (Hallmark)
  • Meet Joe Black
  • Meet the Parents
  • Meet the Fockers
  • Little Fockers
  • Love at First Bark (Hallmark)
  • Mystery Men
  • Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
  • A Nutcracker Christmas (Hallmark)
  • Reality Bites 
  • Role Models
  • A Rose for Christmas (Hallmark)
  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You (Hallmark)
  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million (Hallmark)
  • A Song for Christmas (Hallmark)
  • The Terminal
  • That Awkward Moment 
  • The Turning, 2020
  • This Is 40: Leslie Mann and Paul Rudd’s characters Pete and Debbie are turning 40. However, instead of rejoicing, they are stuck in a mid-life crisis due to rebellious children, mounting debt, and misery. Debbie struggles to accept the fact that her body is aging as Pete’s record company is in trouble. This is one of the funniest films of everything coming to Peacock this month.
  • Van Helsing
  • Waterworld
  • Wimbledon
  • Woody Woodpecker

Available July 2

Everything Coming To Peacock This Month
  • The Outfit: With the help of his assistant (Zoey Deutch), master English tailor Leonard (Mark Rylance) runs a corner tailor shop in Chicago where he creates exquisite clothing for the only locals who can afford it: a family of ruthless criminals. Two murderers (Johnny Flynn and Dylan O’Brien) come to his home one night asking for a favor, and Leonard finds himself playing a deadly game of murder and deceit.

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Available July 6

Everything Coming To Peacock This Month
  • Hart to Hart, season 3, episodes 1-2 (Peacock Original)
  • Kevin Hart: Reality Check (Peacock Original): In this priceless comedy show, things are going to become serious. Kevin Hart, a comedian, continues to be hilarious as he deals with his expanding family, celebrity, remarks on Black Twitter, and other issues. Hart makes a triumphant comeback for his first stand-up special in three years, entertaining a live sold-out audience while performing from Resort World in Las Vegas. In this tell-all comedy spectacular, true laughter is inspired by complete honesty.

Available July 10

  • To End All War: Oppenheimer and the Atomic Bomb (MSNBC): The actual account of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer’s transformation from an ambitious and driven individual to a repentant and troubled individual who felt deeply responsible for what he had done. During the controversial Manhattan initiative, the government-sponsored research initiative established to develop the atomic bomb, Oppenheimer was chosen to lead the armaments laboratory at Los Alamos. The Trinity test, which took place in the desert of New Mexico on July 16, 1945, serves as the special’s main plot point.

Available July 11

  • Myth of the Zodiac Killer, limited series premiere (Peacock Original): For nearly fifty years, the identity of the serial killer known as “The Zodiac” has baffled investigators. However, an unlikely and unconventional theorist may have finally provided answers to America’s most infamous cold case by posing a hypothetical question that no one else has ever dared to consider: what if the Zodiac has never been apprehended…is because he never existed?

Available July 12

Everything Coming To Peacock This Month
  • Firestarter, 2022
  • Odd Mom Out, season 3, episodes 1-10

Available July 16

  • Kick-Ass 2
  • Riddick
  • You Won’t Be Alone

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Available July 17

Everything Coming To Peacock This Month
  • Twilight: Bella doesn’t have high hopes when she relocates to Forks, a wet, chilly, and foggy town, to live with her father. She doesn’t have many friends and is kind of a misfit. But all changes when she meets Edward Cullen, a mysterious and dashing-looking boy. Bella learns Edward’s most dangerous secret as the two get to know one another better, and they both realize how deeply they love one another. For a very long time, Edward has been searching for his soul mate, and Bella is it. However, it is harder for him to hold back her blood the closer he gets to her. They are aware that they are beginning a prohibited connection. The Twilight Saga is undeniably among the best of everything coming to Peacock this month.
  • The Twilight Saga: New Moon
  • The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1
  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

Available July 18

Everything Coming To Peacock This Month
  • Love Island USA, season 5, episode 1 (Peacock Original): The American adaptation of the British reality television program “Love Island,” in which a group of singles check into a villa for a few weeks and are forced to form relationships. They go up for public vote during certain weeks, and they might be booted from the show. The couples are attempted to be split up by other islanders. While there are instances when couples fall in love, other times they only fight. Will it be hate, love, or friendship? This reality drama is a standout among everything coming to Peacock this month.

Available July 21

  • Voyagers: The movie, which is set in the not-too-distant future, follows the journey of 30 young people who are sent on a multigenerational expedition far into space in quest of a new home. The crew loses control of the mission and slips into lunacy as they return to their most basic selves, unsure of whether the real peril they face comes from the outside world or from within the spacecraft.

Available July 22

  • A Lifelong Love (Hallmark): ANNIKA collaborates with her college beau RYAN to write a book on the experience, documenting many love tales along the road, while attempting to reconnect her grandfather with his long-lost love. stars Patch May and Andrea Brooks.

Available July 23

Everything Coming To Peacock This Month
  • Ambulance: When SIS Captain Monroe gets there, he sends out helicopters to pursue the ambulance. Zach is confused and outraged when Cam convinces Danny to assist her in using a defibrillator and Will to give some of his blood to Zach. Danny then makes a call to Papi, a criminal associate of his adoptive father, asking for $8 million in exchange for his assistance in evading the police. When it is revealed that Monroe’s dog Nitro is in Mark’s police car, the authorities are compelled to flee. Danny’s former friend and FBI agent Anson Clark are assigned to the investigation. This film is among the best of everything coming to Peacock this month.

Available July 27

  • The Croods: Family Trees, season 7, episodes 1-6
  • Twisted Metal, season 1, episodes 1-10 (Peacock Original)

Available July 30

  • Aloha Heart (Hallmark): Manu (Goo) adores his native Hawaii. His passion is for conservation despite the fact that he is fully aware the family hotel must undergo significant operational adjustments. His family rejects his pricey recommendations because they want to maintain their competitiveness with larger resort hotels on the islands. At her friend’s wedding, which is taking place at Manu’s hotel, Sara Hamilton (Cole) is both the best friend and maid of honor. She is beginning to lose hope that she will be able to follow what matters most to her because she has struggled to make a name for herself in the field of environmental protection.

Final Thoughts

These films and TV shows are the perfect escape for your summer Fridays, especially when it’s just too hot to stay out in the sun. The above list includes everything coming to Peacock this month, so be sure to sign up for a Peacock subscription if you haven’t already.

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