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Top 10 Summer 2022 Premiering Streaming Shows



Top 10 Summer 2022 Premiering Streaming Shows

The summer is almost here and you may have your plans set out already, if you love movie shows then you should have a plan for the movies to enjoy during this 2022 summer. If you are worried about having to re-watch old shows or some boring movies, worry no more as we have got you covered. We would give you the best yet premier shows and movies to anticipate as you plan your summer. The highly-anticipated premiering streaming shows for summer 2022 include:

  • Ms. Marvel (June 8th)
  • Boo Bitch (July 8th)
  • She-Hulk: Attorney At Law (August 17th)
  • House Of The Dragon (August 21st)
  • Lord Of The Rings: Rings Of Power (September 2nd)
  • The Patient – August 30th
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi (May 27th)
  • The Summer I Turned Pretty (June 17th)
  • Resident Evil (July 14th)

1. Ms. Marvel (June 8th)

The first season of Ms. Marvel is set to premiere on June 8th. Based on the comic book series, this show follows Kamala Khan (played by actress Priyanka Chopra) as she discovers her powers of shapeshifting and healing while dealing with her love life and family drama. The first season will consist of eight episodes, each about 30 minutes long.

2. Boo Bitch (July 8th)

Boo Bitch is a new Netflix Original series that follows a group of friends who are trying to make it in the music industry. The show stars Lil Xan, Lil Miquela, and Trippie Redd as themselves. Their characters struggle with fame, depression, and drug abuse as they try to find their way in the world.

This show is going to be especially interesting because it will include real-life characters interacting with actors who play themselves on screen. If you want to see what happens when the lines between reality and fiction blur even further than they already have been lately, then this show is for you.

3. She-Hulk: Attorney At Law (August 17th)

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is a legal comedy-drama based on the Marvel Comics character She-Hulk. The show will be released on Disney+, and it stars Kate McKinnon as Jennifer Walters, the cousin of Bruce Banner. Walters is an attorney who works with her cousin’s legal firm as well as her own superhero career.

4. House Of The Dragon (August 21st)

This movie will premiere on the 21st of August 2022 on Netflix. The cast includes Michael B. Jordan and Jason Clarke (The Upside). The show is about a billionaire who owns a casino and gets kidnapped by some people who want to steal his money. This is a typical crime drama show, which you should check out if you love crime dramas. Critics have high expectations of this summer show.

5. Lord Of The Rings: Rings Of Power (September 2nd)

With a mix of politics, adventure, and romance, this series is sure to be a new favorite show on Netflix. The story follows the events of Peter Jackson’s Lord Of The Rings trilogy as well as additional material from Tolkien’s appendices that have not been covered yet in any film adaptation or video game. The series will cover all of that material over an estimated 10 episodes per season and is expected to premiere on September 2nd, 2022.

6. The Patient – August 30th

The Patient is a new Netflix Original series, premiering on August 30th. The Patient is based on the novel Patient Zero by Jonathan Maberry and revolves around a man who wakes up in a hospital following a plane crash with no memory of who he is or how he got there. He finds himself in the midst of an epidemic that threatens to spread across the world and must piece together clues about his identity before it’s too late. The Patient stars Matt Smith (Doctor Who), Natalie Dormer (Game of Thrones), Sam Hazeldine (Deepwater Horizon), and Sharon Rooney (My Mad Fat Diary). The series was directed by Corin Hardy (The Nun).

7. Obi-Wan Kenobi (May 27th)

The final trailer for the film was released on April 12, 2022. The film stars Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi, while David Tennant appears as his villainous counterpart, Darth Maul. It also stars Samuel L. Jackson and Christopher Lee reprising their roles from the previous films as Mace Windu and Count Dooku respectively. The film is directed by Stephen Daltry, who has previously worked on several episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels television shows for Lucasfilm Animation Ltd.

8. The Summer I Turned Pretty (June 17th)

The Summer I Turned Pretty tells the story of Belly and her summer love, Conrad. It’s based on a novel by the same name and was adapted for TV by author Jenny Han. The show follows Belly through her first love and heartbreak, as well as her family drama. The second book in the series focuses on Belly’s relationship with another boy who she meets during college. This movie is one of many adaptations that will be hitting Netflix this summer.

9. Resident Evil (July 14th)

Resident Evil is the latest video game adaptation to make its way to television. The series will be based on the popular Resident Evil game franchise, which has been around for decades. The show will be set in a post-apocalyptic world where zombie-like creatures roam free, following an outbreak in the City after a viral outbreak of a deadly virus, Jade sets out to find out what happened to her sister while battling diseased creatures and having her past haunt her.

In Conclusion

The next year is looking like a great time to be a streaming consumer, with plenty of new shows coming out from Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other networks. We are excited to see what all these shows have in store and we hope that you are too.

Kevin Afoma Onwuagbanusi is a freelance writer and a graduate of Mechanical Engineering (BEng.) and Masters in Accounting (MSc) with 8+ years of experience writing across several niches, with a remarkable likeness to crypto, and personal finances, automotive, games, and technology.