With so many channels and television shows doing the rounds, it's hard to know what's worth your time. So, before all of the new arrivals in July 2019, we've put together a list of all the upcoming series in the month ahead that you should be putting on your to-watch list! Just make sure to catch up on any seasons you may have missed out on before diving in...

8. For The People, Season 2, July 3 at 10pm on Sky Witness

Shonda Rhimes' legal series For The People makes its return, following a first season that had its ups and downs, but managed to secure a big enough fanbase to be renewed. Expect crazier storylines this time round. Will Rhimes be able to shock us when we live in a world where the impossible seems to happen every week? We'll soon find out!

7. Legion, Season 3 (Final), July 4 at 9pm on FOX (UK)

Its third season will be its last, but what a run it has been for Marvel's Legion. Without a doubt one of the most mind-bending superhero genre watches on television, an intense and alluring first season was followed up by more of the same in Season 2, which we imagine will show no signs of slowing down in the final episodes. Incredible performances and smart writing combine for an experience like no other.

6. Stranger Things, Season 3, July 4 on Netflix

The huge Netflix hit Stranger Things makes its welcome return to Netflix in just under a week, and fans cannot wait to see just how the villains from the Upside Down will be causing chaos in the small town of Hawkins, Indiana. Will the Mindflayer be able to finally take down those who thought they had boxed him out for good in Season 2, or will Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and her friends be victorious once more? We can't wait to find out...

5. LA's Finest, Season 1, July 10 at 9pm on FOX (UK)

As an offshoot of the Bad Boys film franchise, LA's Finest has already seen major success in the States, with the banner Spectrum Originals renewing the series for a second outing. Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba lead the cast as LAPD partners, in a show that is as funny at times, as it is dramatic.

4. Queer Eye, Season 4, July 19 on Netflix

We just cannot get enough of the Fab Five! Netflix are really pumping out the Queer Eye seasons, and we'll be getting another dose of campy, chaotic makeovers and life changes, as the boys head out to help those who think they can get more out of life. Expect tears, some tantrums, and a whole lot of advice that we could all implement in our everyday lives. Bring it on!

3. Dark/Web, Season 1, July 19 on Amazon Prime

Not much has really been revealed about Amazon Prime Video's upcoming series Dark/Web, but a synopsis reads: "A genius programmer's mysterious disappearance leads to the reunion of old friends and the discovery that the strange stories she left behind may point to an impending technological crisis." If you're a fan of sci-fi and bleak potential glimpses into the future, this may be one for you.

2. Orange is the New Black, Season 7 (Final), July 26 on Netflix

As one of Netflix's first major hits, Orange is the New Black became a cultural phenomenon. Now that we'll be forced to wave goodbye to the characters and indeed the cast we've all grown to love, it's essential to put some time aside to watch the final few hours of their small screen stories. It's going to be an icnredibly emotional ride, so make sure you've got a box of tissues nearby when you indulge.

1. The Boys, Season 1, July 26 on Amazon Prime

Based on the best-selling, critically-acclaimed comics of the same name by Garth Ennis, The Boys tells a story of revenge, where those without their name in the spotlight take on those who are using their fame and power for nefarious means. Going against the superhero genre grain, it's the supes who here look to be the villains of the piece, with the world's most notorious superheroes, known as The Seven, having wronged a group recruited by Billy Butcher (Karl Urban), who go by the name of The Boys. Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, and Chace Crawford are amongst the all-star cast hoping to impress the critics in just under a months' time.

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