What would summer be without hot dogs? The annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on July 4th on Coney Island is the focus of this 2019 instalment of ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary series, directed by Nicole Lucas Haimes.
This brand-new National Geographic documentary programme focuses on the breathtakingly beautiful and varied landscapes and wildlife of North America. Remembering that this one continent alone is home to both the mountains of the Northwest and the sultry swamps of the Southeast might occasionally feel surreal.
The third seasonal instalment of The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse features this programme starring Mickey and his pals. This author would contend that occasionally the character of Mickey Mouse might come out as a touch flat and lacking in personality due to the enormous weight of the Mickey Mouse iconography.
Here we go, then! Keep it a secret from the mayor of Amity Island, because this month on Disney+ there is shark stuff everywhere you look. This year's SharkFest will start on July 10 and will be broadcast on all National Geographic networks in addition to Disney+.
I admit that I am out of touch with this Disney Channel original movie series since I am elderly now. But I recall the summer nights I spent watching Brink or Johnny Tsunami while eating a bowl of popcorn! Who am I then to ensure that the DCOM aficionados in our present age are aware of what is to come?
The brains and magicians behind many of our favourite special effects in movie history are Industrial Light & Magic (ILM).
During the day, Amaya, Connor and Greg lead totally normal lives, but they transform into superheroes during the night and use their powers to fight villains and solve mysteries.