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July is here but so is the heat and the Coronavirus. So, let's stay inside, enjoy the air conditioning and watch these new shows and specials...


Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix

Before we had entire networks devoted to 'true crime reality shows', we only had one series...the original: Unsolved Mysteries. And, even though host Robert Stack is no longer with us, Netflix is bringing back the O.G. concept. See if it lives up to to is predecessor. All episodes are streaming now on Netflix.

Prince Williams A Monarch In The Making on True Royalty TV

True Royalty TV joined William and Kate on the couple's Royal tour of Ireland. Presented by leading Royal correspondent Roya Nikkah, the documentary features interviews with those close to the Royal couple.

Under The Riccione Sun on Netflix

Now that Americans are banned from the E.U. that vacation to Italy will have to wait. So, why not learn some Italian and travel virtually with this new Netflix film. It's streaming now.

David Foster Off The Record on Netflix

The 2019 documentary about, arguably, the most successful music producer in recent history is streaming now on Netflix.

The Family Business on BET+

Follow the Duncan family as they look to further solidify their position as a leading faction in the New York criminal underworld. Season 2 begins streaming July 2nd on BET+. And be sure to check out our new interviews with Ernie Hudson and Valarie Pettiford, July 2nd and 9th on Celebrity Page TV.

Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition on WE tv

Five hip hop couples, including superstar Phaedra Parks, face the music when they are tested at Marriage Boot Camp by Dr. Ish & Judge Toler. New episodes air Thursdays, starting July 2nd, on WE tv.

Warrior Nun on Netflix

We think the title pretty much says it all. It's the Sister Act sequel we always wanted. Our prayers get answered, starting July 2nd, on Netflix.

Undercover Chef on Food Network

Mark Estee is going undercover to expose and fix the bad behavior and food issues that are causing good restaurants to fail. The new series gets served up, Thursdays, starting July 2nd on Food Network.

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