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Sundance Now July 2022 Schedule Announced

Sundance Now has announced the movies and TV series that are coming to the AMC Networks-owned streaming service in July. The Sundance Now July 2022 lineup includes world-class dramas, mysteries and comedies from Britain and beyond.

The Sundance Now July 2022 slate features such titles as This Is Going to Hurt, The Split, Showtrial, and Three Families.

Sundance Now July 2022 Schedule Announced

SUNDANCE NOW JULY 2022 HIGHLIGHTS

This Is Going to Hurt, Episode 7 – Season Finale | New Episode Every Thursday
The series follows Adam (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal), a doctor who is finding his way through the ranks of hospital hierarchy; junior enough to suffer the crippling hours, but senior enough to face a constant barrage of terrifying responsibilities.

Adam is clinging to his personal life as he is increasingly overwhelmed by stresses at work: the 97-hour weeks, the life- and-death decisions, and all the while knowing the hospital parking meter is earning more than him. (7 episodes, 2022)

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The Split (Sundance Now Original) – New Episodes Premieres Thursdays; Series Finale July 21
After a devastating end to season two as Hannah (Nicola Walker, Four Weddings & a Funeral) and Nathan’s (Stephen Mangan, Episodes) marriage fell apart, we join the couple ten months on in the rubble of their previously rock-solid 20-year marriage.

Both lawyers have been respectfully negotiating their separation and seem to have reached an amicable agreement, but Hannah becomes acutely aware of what she’s about to lose. But when a shocking revelation dramatically changes the stakes, any hope of remaining amicable vanishes. Is their split too deep to repair?

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Showtrial (Sundance Now Exclusive) – New Series Binge on Thursday, July 21
When Talitha Campbell, the arrogant daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur, is arrested following the disappearance of a fellow student the case grips the nation, whipping up a media storm. On Talitha’s side is brilliant solicitor Cleo Roberts. Can Cleo control the narrative of a case that is fast becoming tangled up in the nation’s debates over privilege, wealth and politics?

From arrest to the jury’s final verdict, Showtrial examines both sides of the legal battle, as defense and prosecution fight for their version of what really happened to Hannah, and the truth about Talitha: Falsely accused? Or callous murderer?

Three Families (Sundance Now Exclusive) – New Series Binge on Thursday, July 28
The Abortion Act of 1967, which permitted abortion in the UK, did not extend to Northern Ireland. The critically acclaimed Three Families, set between 2013-2019, tells the true story of three women and their families before the recent change to legislation in Northern Ireland as many voices would fight to be heard.

With a stellar cast including Sinéad Keenan (Little Boy Blue), Lola Petticrew (Bloodlands), Amy James-Kelly (Gentleman Jack) and Genevieve O’Reilly (The Dry), Three Families is a stunning two-part dramatization, exploring the emotive issues around abortion in Northern Ireland, and the experience of families whose lives have been profoundly affected. Names and details have been changed to ensure the anonymity of the real-life contributors.

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AVAILABLE JULY 4

Bergman: A Year in a Life
During a six-year period in the mid-twentieth century something unsurpassed happens. A lanky and not very well known Swede, about to turn forty years old, enters a period of film production without precedent. Between 1957 and 1963 he directs some of the greatest classics in the history of cinema.

Bergman reveals previously untold stories and information about Ingmar Bergman’s life and character, but also discloses his inner life through his own words. Few artists have explained themselves as extensively and intimately as Ingmar Bergman.

From archive interviews, his memoirs, and his working journals, we get a unique insight in his working and creative methods, his violent temper, his fears and anxieties, his passions and his doubts. Bergman also explores the existential themes of his films that form the core of Bergman’s influential artistic legacy and relate these to his private life. (Biography, 2018)

AVAILABLE JULY 7

The Split Season 3, Ep. 4 | New Episode Weekly
Hannah (Nicola Walker, Four Weddings & A Funeral) allows herself to dream of a life elsewhere with Christie, whilst Nathan (Stephen Mangan, Episodes) starts to doubt his relationship with Kate (Laura Pulver, Sherlock). Ruth breaks some devastating news to Zander.

This Is Going To Hurt, Ep. 6 | New Episode Weekly
Heartbroken Adam (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal) does his first shift at a posh private hospital and finds that it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. Shruti (Ambika Mod) has a challenging night shift on the NHS Ward.

AVAILABLE JULY 11

Decade of Fire
Decade of Fire covers a shocking but untold piece of American urban history, when the South Bronx was on fire in the 1970s. Left unprotected by the city government, nearly a quarter-million people were displaced as their close-knit, multiethnic neighborhood burned to the ground, reducing the community to rubble.

Buildings burned almost continuously from an estimated forty fires a day that destroyed 80% of area housing stock and displaced a quarter-million residents. Decade of Fire uses striking, never-before-seen archival and home movie footage, plus testimonials from retired FDNY firefighters and brass, as well as Bronx historians and community organizers, to reveal the real reasons for the devastation, showing what can happen when a community chooses to fight back and reclaim their neighborhood.

With the help of fellow survivors, Vivian Vázquez Irizarry, who grew up in the South Bronx, and other community leaders tell the story of how they banded together amidst the rubble and built a better future for their children. (Documentary, 2018)

AVAILABLE JULY 14

The Split Season 3, Ep. 5
Rose (Fiona Button, Grantchester) grapples with James’ absence at the family camping trip. Ruth (Deborah Findlay, The Drowning) learns of Nina (Annabel Scholey, Walking on Sunshine) and Tyler’s affair, and the extent of Tyler’s deceit is revealed.

The Split Season 3, Ep. 6 | SERIES FINALE
With Kate (Laura Pulver, Sherlock) and Nathan’s (Stephen Mangan, Episodes) relationship on the rocks Hannah (Nicola Walker, Four Weddings & A Funeral) makes a decision which shapes all their futures.

This Is Going To Hurt, Ep. 7 | SEASON FINALE
A grieving Adam (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal) faces a tribunal over his malpractice and is no longer sure if he can go on in medicine. Reconnecting with Harry (Rory Fleck Byrne, Vampire Academy), he tries to decide where his future lies.

A Discovery of Witches, Season 3: Creator Series – EXCLUSIVE | BINGE Full Season | Trailer (S3)
An exclusive look behind the scenes at the cast, the characters, and the magical world of “A Discovery of Witches,” the romantic thriller where vampires, witches, and daemons walk among us. Featuring stars Teresa Palmer and Matthew Goode, along with those who create the show, this is an all-access tour to the fantasy drama that is “a visual feast” (Paste Magazine) and “wickedly irresistible” (TV Insider). (7 episodes, 2022)

AVAILABLE JULY 18

Mossville: When Great Trees Fall
Mossville, Louisiana: A once-thriving community founded by formerly enslaved and free people of color, and an economically flourishing safe haven for generations of African American families. Today it’s a breeding ground for petrochemical plants and their toxic black clouds.

Many residents are forced from their homes, and those that stay suffer from prolonged exposure to contamination and pollution. Amid this chaos and injustice stands one man who refuses to abandon his family’s land – and his community. (Documentary, 2019)

AVAILABLE JULY 21

Showtrial – EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | BINGE Full Season
When Talitha Campbell (Céline Buckens, Free Reign), the arrogant daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur, is arrested following the disappearance of a fellow student the case grips the nation, whipping up a media storm. On Talitha’s side is brilliant solicitor Cleo Roberts (Tracy Ifeachor, Treadstone). Can Cleo control the narrative of a case that is fast becoming tangled up in the nation’s debates over privilege, wealth and politics?

From arrest to the jury’s final verdict, Showtrial examines both sides of the legal battle, as defense and prosecution fight for their version of what really happened to Hannah, and the truth about Talitha: Falsely accused? Or callous murderer? (5 episodes, 2021)

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AVAILABLE JULY 25

Dayveon
Struggling with his older brother’s death, 13-year-old Dayveon (Devin Blackmon) spends the sweltering summer days roaming around his rural Arkansas town. With no parents and few role models, he soon falls in with the local gang.

Though his sister’s boyfriend tries to provide stability and comfort as a reluctant father figure, Dayveon becomes increasingly drawn to the camaraderie and violence of his new world. (Drama, 2017)

AVAILABLE JULY 28

Three Families – BINGE PREMIERE
The Abortion Act of 1967, which permitted abortion in the UK, did not extend to Northern Ireland. The critically acclaimed Three Families, set between 2013-2019, tells the true story of three women and their families before the recent change to legislation in Northern Ireland as many voices would fight to be heard.

With a stellar cast including Sinéad Keenan (Little Boy Blue), Lola Petticrew (Bloodlands), Amy James-Kelly (Gentleman Jack) and Genevieve O’Reilly (The Dry), Three Families is a stunning two-part dramatisation, exploring the emotive issues around abortion in Northern Ireland, and the experience of families whose lives have been profoundly affected. Names and details have been changed to ensure the anonymity of the real- life contributors. (2 episodes, 2021)


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