Streaming Video on Demand (SVOD) provider Presto is hotting up the winter month of July with some sizzling content, giving Netflix a real run for its money.
First up is Mr Robot, Season 2, which will finally unveil what happens to our sorry/not sorry, hero/anti-hero, in his quest to shake the foundations of the world and digitally deliver justice to those who merit it and chaos upon those who should be rightfully quaking in their boots.
We’ll also get to further explore the mental state of the main character, who had some startling revelations in the final episode of the first season that you’ll simply have to experience for yourself if you haven’t already seen it.
Mr Robot rockets onto our streaming screens from 14 July, where we see what happens after "fsociety’s 5/9 hack on Evil Corp and will explore the consequences of the attack, as well as the illusion of control".
There’s also more fast-tracked content, including the ‘must-watch season 4 finale of The Mindy Project,’ streaming exclusively on Presto July 5.’
July also sees the arrival of what Presto justifiably describes as two of television’s most influential families – every episode of The Sopranos and season 6 of Modern Family, both beginning from 1 July .
Also coming in early July is the HBO comedy Eastbound and Down (3 July) as well as every episode of the Showtime series, Nurse Jackie (9 July).
There there’s 27 July. This date marks "20 years since Australia’s most infamous serial killer, Ivan Milat, was convicted".
In line with the anniversary, Presto will stream the psychological thriller, Catching Milat "which tells the story of the men who brought the killer to justice".
There’s also Blindspot, which arrives on 14 July, while the four-part drama ‘Olive Kitteridge’ streams from 22 July.
So, what about movies?
Well, Presto isn’t lacking in this department either, with three top films coming to the service.
There are Last Cab To Darwin, one of Australia’s highest grossing films of 2015, on 1 July, The Normal Heart, from 1 July, Straight Outta Compton, from 17 July, Holding the Man from 23 July, and Everest, from 31 July.
Presto even snuck in a sneaky reference to The Dressmaker in a different press release heralding movies "coming in winter" to the service, so instead of The Dressmaker arriving in July, you’ll have to wait for your dresses to be delivered from 25 August, when the stream will be made available.
As usual, if you haven’t yet tried the Presto experience, you can get a 30-day free trial, with the service, like its competitors, now available on a very wide range of devices.