There are several highly-anticipated new arrivals on HBO Max this July, including new series from comedy icons Issa Rae and Nathan Fielder.

On July 21st, from the vibrant comedy mind of Issa Rae (“Insecure”) comes “Rap Sh!t”, a comedy about two estranged high school friends from Miami who come back together to form a rap group.

On July 15th, another creative comedy talent unveils his latest innovative series. Nathan Fielder (“Nathan For You”) brings viewers “The Rehearsal”, which explores the lengths one man will go to reduce the uncertainties of everyday life.

Accompanied by actors, a massive construction crew, and seemingly unlimited resources, Fielder allows ordinary people to prepare for life’s biggest moments by “rehearsing” them in carefully crafted simulations of his own design. What could go wrong?

On the first of the month, Edgar Wright’s latest film, “Last Night in Soho”, arrives on HBO Max. Starring the always-excellent Anya Taylor-Joy and rising star Thomasin McKenzie, the psychological horror transports viewers back to 1960s London, although the city isn’t as swinging and carefree as it seems on the surface. 

One of the finest action films of the 21st century hits the streaming platform on July 9th. “Mad Max: Fury Road” was plagued by production issues and actor quarrels, but it all paid off in the end: George Miller’s spectacular creation won the most awards at the 2016 Academy Awards, including Best Costume Design and Best Production Design.

See the full list of titles below:

July 1st
“A Kind of Murder”
“A Simple Plan”
“Act of Valor”
“Angels in the Outfield”
“Arbitrage”
“Backstabbing for Beginners”
“Baggage Claim”
“Blanes Esquina Muller (AKA Blanes St and Muller)”
“Bringing Out the Dead”
“Catch a Fire”
“Code of Silence”
“Confidence”
“David Copperfield”
“Doctor Who: Eve of Daleks”
“Frank Miller’s Sin City”
“Godzilla”
“Goodbye, Mr. Chips”
“Hollow Man’
“How to Screw It All Up” (Season 1 – Premiere)
“I Spy”
“Indecent Proposal”
“Julia”
“La Ciudad De Las Fieras”
“Last Night in Soho”
“Lisztomania”
“Lone Survivor”
“Lord of War”
“Losing Isaiah”
“Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter”
“Mrs. Winterbourne”
“One for the Money”
“Overboard”
“Pawn Sacrifice”
“Postcards From the Edge”
“Rio 2”
“Running Scared”
“Safe”
“She’s Having a Baby”
“Sleepers”
“Sleepless in Seattle”
“Snow Day”
“Spy Kids”
“Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams”
“Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over”
“Suite Francaise”
“That Awkward Moment”
“The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer”
“The Con is On”
“The Counselor”
“The Great American Pastime”
“The Heat”
“The Impossible”
“The Legends of Zorro”
“The Other Woman”
“The Plot Thickens”
“The Raid 2″
The Satanic Rites of Dracula”
“The World’s End”
“This is Elvis”
“Thoroughbreds”
“Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning”
“Warrior”
“What’s Eating Gilbert Grape”

July 2nd
“Before Midnight”
“Sidewalk Stories”
“Miss S” (Season 1 – Premiere)
“The Visitors” (Season 1 – Premiere)

July 9th
“Mad Max: Fury Road”

July 10th
“The Anarchists” (Premiere)

July 11th
“Tuca & Bertie” (Season 3 – Premiere)

July 12th
“Craig of the Creek” (Season 4C – Premiere)
“Edge of the Earth” (Premiere)
“The Bob’s Burgers Movie”

July 14th
“FBoy Island” (Season 2 – Premiere)
“Vote for Juan (Vota Juan)” (Season 1)
“Vote for Juan (Vamos Juan)” (Season 2)
“Vote for Juan (Venga Juan)” (Season 3 – Premiere)

July 15th
“Kung Fu” (Season 2 – Premiere)
“The Rehearsal” (Premiere)

July 16th
“Godzilla”

July 17th
“Rat in the Kitchen” (Season 1 – Premiere)

July 19th
“We Baby Bears” (Season 1D – Premiere)

July 21st
“Almost Fly” (Season 1 – Premiere)
“Pacto Brutal – O Assassinato de Daniella Perex”
“Rap Sh!t” (Season 1 – Premiere)
“The Last Movie Stars” (Premiere)

July 23rd
“Walker” (Season 2 – Premiere)

July 26th
“Bugs Bunny Builders” (Season 1A – Premiere)

July 27th
“We Met in Virtual Reality” (Premiere)

July 28th
“Citizen Ashe” (Premiere)
“Love Monster” (Season 3 – Premiere)
“Pretty Little Liars” (Season 1 – Premiere)
“Wellington Paranormal” (Season 4 – Premiere)

July 29th
“Superman & Lois” (Season 2 – Premiere)
“The Milestone Generation”