Neon Superpowered for July

Sky’s streaming service Neon has added a three-part documentary series about DC Comics to its July slate.

Superpowered: The DC Story (July 27) is an HBO Max original about the company’s origins, evolution and cultural impact over the last 90 years. Reads the blurb:

Superpowered: The DC Story features a wealth of interviews with the industry’s most prolific creators and the actors who bring their iconic characters from the page to the screen, reminding us that at the heart of DC, are the comics – the four-colour fantasies that forever spark the imagination and instil hope.

It will stream here a week after its Max premiere in the US.

At the same time, Neon is removing S2 of Shining Vale and the movie Love to Love You, Donna Summer from its July schedule while adding Following The Ferns 2023 (July 18).

In other streaming updates, ThreeNow is adding the 2017 spin-off The Blacklist: Redemption (July 21), What Am I Eating? With Zoey Deschanel S1 (July 3), 90 Day Fiancé S7 (July 15), Barbie Dreamhouse Challenge S1 (weekly from July 17), Couples Therapy S3b (July 21) and Kendra Sells Hollywood S2 (July 24).

And Apple TV+has released the trailer for The Beanie Bubble (July 28), a movie about one of America’s most outlandish success stories. Reads the blurb:

Why did the world suddenly treat stuffed animals like gold? Ty Warner was a frustrated toy salesman until his collaboration with three women grew his masterstroke of an idea into the biggest toy craze in history. The Beanie Bubble is an inventive story about what and who we value, and the unsung heroes whose names didn’t appear on the heart-shaped tag.

Kristin Gore (Her, Foxcatcher) and Damian Kulash, Jr direct Zach Galifianakis, Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Snook and Geraldine Viswanathan.

The Beanie Bubble was produced by Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Karen Lunder and executive produced by Galifianakis and Douglas S. Jones.

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One Response to “Neon Superpowered for July”

  1. The DC Comics documentary could be worth watching. Just finished a 4 part of the history of Warner Bross.

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