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Everything New That's Streaming On Netflix & HBO Max This August
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Everything New That's Streaming On Netflix & HBO Max This August

From Above the Rim to Love & Basketball, here's what is available to stream for the month.

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It’s that time of the month again to check out what’s coming to a couple of our favorite streaming networks this August. Today, on the first day of August, Netflix is hitting us with some ‘90s classics such as Above the Rim and all three Men in Black films. For HBO Max, you can finally catch season two of the Issa Rae-produced reality series Sweet Life: Los Angelesand the exotic male dance flick Chocolate City. Love & Basketballwill be streamed on both Netflix and HBO Max.


Check out what else is available to stream for the month.

What’s New on Netflix: August 2022

August 1

28 Days (2000)

8 Mile (2002)

Above the Rim (1994)

Battle: Los Angeles (2011)

Big Tree City Season 1 – Netflix Original Kids

Bridget Jones's Baby (2016)

Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)

Constantine (2005)

Dinner for Schmucks (2010)

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)

Footloose (2011)

Hardcore Henry (2015)

Legends of the Fall (1994)

Love & Basketball (2000)

Made of Honor (2008)

Men in Black (1997)

Men in Black II (2002)

Men in Black 3 (2012)

Miss Congeniality (2000)

Monster-in-Law (2005)

No Strings Attached (2011)

Pawn Stars Season 13

Polly Pocket Season 4—Part 2

She's Funny That Way (2015)

Space Jam (1996)

Spider-Man (2002)

Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Spider-Man 3 (2007)

The Age of Adaline (2015)

The Town (2010)

Top Gear Seasons 29-30

Tower Heist (2011)

Woman in Gold (2015)

August 2

Flight (2012)

Ricardo Quevedo: Tomorrow Will Be Worse (2022)—Netflix Original Stand-up Special

August 3

Buba (2022) – Netflix Original Film

Clusterf**k: Woodstock '99 (2022) Netflix Original Documentary

Don't Blame Karma! (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Endless Night Season 1

Good Morning, Verônica Season 2—Netflix Original Series

August 4

KAKEGURUI TWIN Season 1—Netflix Original Anime

Lady Tamara Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Never Give Up Season 1 (new episodes weekly)

Super Giant Brothers Season 1—Netflix Original Family

Wedding Season (2022)—Netflix Original Film

August 5

Carter (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Darlings (2022) Netflix Original Film

Lockdown (2022)

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie (2022—Netflix Original Kids

Skyfall (2012)

Team Zenko Go Season 2—Netflix Original Kids

The Informer (2019)

The Sandman Season 1—Netflix Original

August 6

Reclaim (2022)—Netflix Original Film

August 7

Riverdale Season 6

August 8

Code Name: Emperor (2022)—Netflix Original Film

August 9

I Just Killed My Dad (2022)—Netflix Original Documentary

The Nice Guys (2016)

August 10

Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist (2022)—Netflix Original Movie

Heartsong (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Indian Matchmaking Season 2—Netflix Original Series

Instant Dream Home Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Iron Chef Brazil Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Locke & Key Season 3—Netflix Original Series

Office Invasion (2022)

School Tales The Series Season 1—Netflix Original Series

August 11

Dope (2015)

Dota: Dragon's Blood Season 3—Netflix Original Anime

Stay on Board: The Leo Baker Story (2022)—Netflix Original Documentary

August 12

13: The Musical (2022)—Netflix Original Film

A Model Family Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Day Shift (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Never Have I Ever Season 3—Netflix Original Series

August 15

Ancient Aliens Season 4

Deepa & Anoop Season 1—Netflix Original Kids

Learn to Swim (2021)

August 16

Untold Season 2—Netflix Original Documentary

August 17

High Heat Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Junior Baking Show Season 6—Netflix Original Kids

Look Both Ways (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Royalteen (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Unsuspicious Season 1—Netflix Original Series

August 18

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Season 3—Netflix Original Kids

Inside the Mind of a Cat (2022—Netflix Original Documentary

Tekken: Bloodline Season 1—Netflix Original Anime

August 19

Echoes—Netflix Original Series

Glow Up Season 4—Netflix Original Series

Kleo Season 1—Netflix Original Series

The Cuphead Show! Season 2—Netflix Original Family

The Girl in the Mirror Season 1—Netflix Original Series

The Next 365 Days (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Uncharted (2022)

August 20

Fullmetal Alchemist The Revenge of Scar (2022—Netflix Original Film

August 21

A Cowgirl's Song (2022)

August 23

Chad and JT Go Deep Season 1—Netflix Original Series

August 24

Lost Ollie—Netflix Original Series

Mo Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Queer Eye: Brazil Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Selling the OC Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Under Fire Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Watch Out, We're Mad (2022)—Netflix Original Film

August 25

Angry Birds: Summer Madness Season 3—Netflix Original Kids

History 101 Season 2—Netflix Original Series

Rilakkuma's Theme Park Adventure Season 1—Netflix Original Anime

That's Amor (2022)—Netflix Original Film

August 26

Disobedience (2017)

Drive Hard: The Maloof Way Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Loving Adults (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Ludik Season 1—Netflix Original Series

Me Time (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Seoul Vibe (2022)—Netflix Original Film

August 29

Under Her Control (2022)—Netflix Original Film

Might Express Season 7—Netflix Original Kids

August 30

I AM A KILLER Season 3—Netflix Original Documentary

August 31

Club América vs Club América—Netflix Original Documentary

Family Secrets Season 1—Netflix Original Series

I Came By (2022)—Netflix Original Film

What’s New on HBO: August 2022

August 1

A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charlie Swan III, 2013 (HBO)

A Most Violent Year, 2015 (HBO)

Amy, 2015 (HBO)

Barely Lethal, 2015 (HBO)

Belle, 2013 (HBO)

Biker Boyz, 2003 (HBO)

Blow Out, 1981 (HBO)

Blue Velvet, 1986 (HBO)

Bug, 2007 (HBO)

Cadillac Man, 1990 (HBO)

Charlie's Angels, 2000

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, 2003

Chasing Papi, 2003 (HBO)

Children of a Lesser God, 1986 (HBO)

Chocolate City, 2015 (HBO)

Colors, 1988 (HBO)

Damien Omen II, 1978 (HBO)

Dark Places, 2015 (HBO)

Days of Being Wild, 1990

DC Showcases Short: Constantine - The House of Mystery, 2022

Enemy, 2014 (HBO)

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex but Were Afraid to Ask, 1972 (HBO)

Ex Machina, 2015 (HBO)

Fantastic Voyage, 1966 (HBO)

Fighting, 2009 (HBO)

From Hell, 2001 (HBO)

Garfield, 2004 (HBO)

Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties, 2006 (HBO) Extended Version

Gaslight, 1944

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, 1999

Ginger & Rosa, 2012 (HBO)

How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, 2008 (HBO)

How to Talk to Girls at Parties, 2017 (HBO)

Industry, Season 2 Premiere (HBO)

Invasion of the Body Snatchers, 1978 (HBO)

Ivanhoe, 1952

Jeff, Who Lives at Home, 2011 (HBO)

Laggies, 2014 (HBO)

Late August, Early September, 1998

Lean on Pete, 2017 (HBO)

Life After Beth, 2014 (HBO)

Lions for Lambs, 2007 (HBO)

Little Men, 2016 (HBO)

Little Women, 1994

Locke, 2013 (HBO)

Love & Basketball, 2000

Man of the Year, 2006 (HBO)

Miles Ahead, 2016

Mississippi Grind, 2015 (HBO)

Mojave, 2015 (HBO)

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, 2016 (HBO)

Mystic Pizza, 1988 (HBO)

Objective, Burma!, 1945

Obvious Child, 2014 (HBO)

Original Cast Album: Company, 1970

Out of the Past, 1947

Remember, 2016 (HBO)

Revenge of the Green Dragons, 2014 (HBO)

Slow West, 2015 (HBO)

Son of a Gun, 2014 (HBO)

Source Code, 2011

Stardust, 2007 (HBO)

Teen Titans Go, Season 7C

The Adderall Diaries, 2016 (HBO)

The Blood of a Poet, 1932

The Captive, 2014 (HBO)

The Devil's Backbone, 2001

The End of the Tour, 2015 (HBO)

The Fault in Our Stars, 2014 (HBO)

The Field Guide to Evil, 2018 (HBO)

The Great Escape, 1963 (HBO)

The Last Word, 2017 (HBO)

The Notebook, 2004

The One, 2001 (HBO)

The Possession, 2012 (HBO) Extended Version

The Rover, 2014 (HBO)

The Spectacular Now, 2013 (HBO)

The Spiderwick Chronicles, 2008 (HBO)

The Testament of Orpheus, 1960

The Transporter Refueled, 2015 (HBO)

Thunderstruck, 2012 (HBO)

Transcendence, 2014 (HBO)

Trouble With the Curve, 2012 (HBO)

Tusk, 2014 (HBO)

Under the Skin, 2014 (HBO)

Whiplash, 2014

August 3

Belle, 2021

August 4

Sweet Life: Los Angeles, Max Original Season 2 Premiere

August 5

Belfast, 2021 (HBO)

Jesus Sepulveda: Mr. Tough Life, Comedy Special Premiere(HBO)

August 7

The Smiling Friends Go To Brazil, Special

August 9

Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Detroit Lions, Season 17 Premiere (HBO)

August 13

The Princess, Original Documentary Premiere (HBO)

August 21

American Sniper, 2014

House of the Dragon, Series Premiere (HBO)

August 24

Katrina Babies, Original Documentary Premiere (HBO)

August 25

House of Ho, Max Original Season 2 Premiere

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, 2013 (HBO) Extended Version

August 26

Victor and Valentino, Season 3C

Wolf, 2021 (HBO)

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Five Things To Know Before Becoming A Dog Mom

This post is in partnership with Blue Buffalo.

So you’re thinking about becoming a dog mom? We love that for you! Having a happy, furry friend to greet you at the door each day, cuddle up on the couch with, and keep you in touch with the great outdoors is one of life’s greatest joys. And that’s before we get into all the cute puppy outfits there are to buy! But there are some key and non-negotiable things to know and consider before saying yes to bringing home a fur baby.

If having a pet is new to you, then naturally you might have tons of questions not only about how this new responsibility will transform your lifestyle, but also about how best to nurture your four-legged friend. Few things compare to the joy and companionship that a dog’s loyalty and love bring, but learning how to nurture and train them is a learning curve that requires equal parts preparation and patience. Once you find your rhythm, you and your furry new boo will form a bond that will add the brightest spark to your life.

If you ask any member of the canine crew you know, they’ll tell you they don't play about their babies! They’ll also probably give you a laundry list of things they wish they knew before bringing their new dog home for the first time. If you’re thinking about opening your doors to a new pup, there are a few things to prepare and assess. With the help of Blue Buffalo, a natural pet food brand trusted by millions of pet parents, we’ve rounded up five key things to know before joining the dog mom club.

1. Staying Active Is Key: Let’s keep it real — we all have days where we want nothing more than a 24-hour Netflix binge fest from the comfort of our couch. That’s especially true on a day where the weather is trash. We feel you on that. However, dog moms should make it a point to keep their pups active each day. Influencer Dynasti Hunt considers her Goldendoodle Aiden part of the family, and she loves to find creative ways to keep him moving rain or shine. “Aiden and I have realized the importance of staying active at home, even when the weather is bad outside,” says Dynasti, who loves spontaneous yoga and dance sessions with her adorable doggie.

2. Keep An Eye On Their Diets: Just like humans, our pals have to maintain a healthy, balanced diet in order to live long and quality lives. You might find it easy to tell what’s healthy to eat for yourself, but it can be a bit trickier to know the difference when it comes to pet food. Just because you see a product label with the words vegetarian, grain-free, or certified organic doesn’t automatically mean it’s the healthiest for your buddy at this particular stage in their life. Finding a trusted pet food brand like Blue Buffalo is key. They offer recipes for specific breed sizes, life stages, needs and preferences — this definitely comes in handy for picky eaters or dietary restrictions. For example, Aiden Da Doodle is allergic to chicken-based products, and thankfully BLUE allows Dynasti to choose from a variety of products that are formulated without chicken.

3: Use Treats Creatively: Are doggie treats the golden ticket to getting your pooch to act right? Yes, but they’re also good for so much more. Treats are great tools for positive reinforcement, whether you’re trying to potty train a young puppy or get them to learn tricks. Influencer Sauve Xavier, an Instagram comedian, who has gained over a million Instagram followers for his hilarious videos with his Dobermans Knox and Bear, says he plans clever scavenger hunts around his house as an incentive to keep his dogs active and challenged. Using BLUE Treats made with healthy ingredients, he’s able to dish out rewards without feeling guilty. Take it from the guy who can actually get his dog to help with chores.

4. Know That Planning Ahead Is Everything: If you are a first-time dog mom or thinking about becoming one, keeping your buddy on a schedule is going to be key. For example, potty-training puppies need to be walked every few hours so that you can keep the habit of going outside in and the possibility of them peeing on your precious rugs out. Most pets also need to be fed twice a day (morning and night.) What does this spell? Sacrifice. You’ll need to be present and arrive home in time to keep your dog’s routine going. So know that you won’t be able to indulge in spontaneous plans the way you might have before. This is most certainly a lifestyle change if you’re used to coming and going as you please, but the reward of raising a well-behaved pup is well worth it. You might also want to think about how you can recruit your partner, roommate, friends, or family to share in the responsibilities for those days when life happens and you’re ever in need of a little dog sitting help. You can also search the web for hired help if you’re in a pinch. Remember — it takes a village to raise a child (even a barking one)! Pro tip: Download the Buddies by Blue Buffalo app to get advice and tricks and plan for your pet parenthood adventures ahead.

5. Research Dog-Friendly Activities in Your Area: As you move about through life, you’ll find yourself looking for more and more dog-friendly places to go and things to do beyond just the local dog parks. Round up a list of bars, breweries, brunch spots, and shopping centers that welcome pups into their establishments. This will allow you to make the most of your days while being able to bring your pup along for the ride. It’ll also create opportunities for you to meet up with other dog moms and dads and arrange future play dates (or real dates with a fellow dog parent? Who knows)!

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