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Crank the AC. Make some boozy popsicles. And tell visiting Aunt Cheryl to put a sock in it.

It’s time to binge-watch, July-style.

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“WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER: FIRST DAY OF CAMP”

It’s been 14 years since the cult-classic ’80s camp spoof. And the original gang (Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks and Molly Shannon for starters) is back for an eight-episode miniseries prequel. Even more exciting: They’ll be joined this time by Jon Hamm and Kristen Wiig. (Available July 31)

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“PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR”

The feature-length flick from the Madagascar spin-off characters, this one’s light, silly and perfect for entertaining your out-of-school niece (or, fine, yourself) on a rainy Sunday. (Available July 15)

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“SET FIRE TO THE STARS”

And now for a moody, stylistic period piece set in 1950s Britain. This is the true tale of a rising poet (Elijah Wood) who has to prepare his personal hero--iconic poet and known hell-raiser Dylan Thomas--for an American reading tour. (Available July 1)

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“THE SECRET LIFE OF ROAN INISH”

Newbies: If you never managed to see this stunning 1994 indie flick about a young Irish girl in 1946, now’s your chance. Diehard fans: You’re welcome. (Available July 1)

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“TIG”

“Good evening. Hello. I have cancer.” That was the opening line of stand-up comedian Tig Notaro’s infamous 2012 set where she revealed she had breast cancer and had also tragically lost her mother. What she did afterward: Shoot a poignant documentary about how her career exploded while her personal life fell apart. (Available July 17)

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LAST CALL: “FRIED GREEN TOMATOES”

So long, Ruth and Idgie. (Ends July 1)

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LAST CALL: “SHE’S ALL THAT”

Usher dance break to lead us out? (Ends July 1)

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LAST CALL: “WINGS” (SEASONS 1-8)

You have five days to power through 172 episodes. Godspeed. (Ends July 1)

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LAST CALL: “MAGNUM P.I.” (SEASONS 1-8)

But you have 35 days to revisit the glory that is Tom Selleck’s ’70s ’stache. (Ends July 30)

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