Trying to look ahead to the end of the month in television? The Brioux.TV July calendar has now been updated through to the 31st. There are plenty of offerings from streaming services such as Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Crave and CBC Gem. Trying to crack an already crowded field is new entry Peacock, launching July 15 in the U.S.

The brand new Comcast service, boosted with heritage programming such as Cheers, Saved by the Bell and Will & Grace reruns from NBC Universal, is set to premiere several originals. They include an international blockbuster miniseries based on Aldous Huxley’s sci-fi classic Brave New World. The British thriller The Capture stars Callum Turner, Holliday Grainger, Ron Perlman, and Famke Janssen. David Schwimmer returns from the witness protection program to headline the workplace comedy Intelligence.

Jessica Brown Findlay stars in Brave New World

In Canada, Corus has reached a deal to be the exclusive home of Peacock programming. Brave New World, for example, will be on Showcase (not July 15 as in the States, but in the fall). How and where Canadians can see other Peacock shows will be announced in the coming weeks and months. It does look like the deal will allow Corus to spread things around on their various network (Global), specialty (History and W Network) and streaming (Stack TV) platforms.

Beyond the Peacock news, check out other July premieres featuring Jim Gaffigan, Beyonce and The Muppets. There’s also a COVID-19-impacted, at home reunion starring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin and everybody from 30 Rock. Follow this link to all the July 2020 calendar details.


  1. Unfortunately, your link to the calendar requires a sign in with a password, and I’m not in any rush to join whatever this leads to. I was kind of hoping if you’re going to post a public schedule, it might be a lot easier to see! Otherwise, I really enjoy your postings.


  2. Alicia Ottenbreit Reply

    Hmmm. I am currently subscribed to Stack TV but am cancelling it shortly so that I can free up money to subscribe to the Sportsnet app so I can watch the NHL Stanley Cup tournament…but now I think I’ll resubscribe to StackTV after the tournament is done if there are some good new shows coming to it. One thing is for sure and that is that I will never ever again be a cable or satellite subscriber ever again….Corus is still trying to make cable work and they really havn’t promoted Stack TV much. I only stumbled on it by accident when I tried to watch a show on Amazon and it said “available only to Stack TV subscribers”.

    • Bill Brioux Reply

      Stack is a good deal right now Alicia and you’re right — Corus isn’t doing enough to promote it.

      • Alicia Ottenbreit Reply

        I guess I don’t know since I don’t watch live tv but I’m curious: has Global been showing any commercials for StackTV on their networks?

  3. Bill Brioux Reply

    Some, and I think they are linked to other services so they seem a bit busy to me. In my opinion a viewer could easily miss the StackTV part of the message.

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