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Here is every thing that’s coming to Netflix in July 2024

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Netflix is set to release a variety of new shows, movies, and seasons of popular series in July 2024.

Netflix will be adding a handful of new movies and series across the month including both new originals as well as many beloved favorites.

Here is everything that will be arriving on the streaming platform throughout the month:

July 1st

  • About Antoine (2023) and Amazing Antoine (2023) – Documentary and accompanying movie about a teenager with multiple disabilities starring in a fictional drama series.
  • American Psycho (2000) – A dark satire about a wealthy New York investment banker leading a double life as a serial killer.
  • Annabelle (2014) – A horror film about a couple terrorized by a vintage doll.
  • Back to the Future Collection: Back to the Future
    Back to the Future Part II
    Back to the Future Part III
  • Becky & Badette (2023) – Filipino comedy movie.
  • Big Daddy (1999) – A comedy about a man who adopts a kid to impress his girlfriend.
  • Call Me by Your Name (2017) – A romantic drama about a summer romance between a young man and his father’s research assistant.
  • Captain Phillips (2013) – A biographical drama about the hijacking of an American cargo ship by Somali pirates.
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2013) – Animated film.
  • Easy A (2010) – A comedy about a high school girl who pretends to have a bad reputation.
  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Batch 3) – Reality series
  • Family of Two (2023) – Filipino drama starring Sharon Cuneta and Alden Richards.
  • Jigsaw (2017) – The Spierig Brothers directs this horror set in the SAW universe.
  • Kampon (2023) – Philippine horror film
  • Life (2017) – Horror sci-fi about a team of scientists aboard the Space Station discovering an alien lifeform on board, starring Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson, and Jake Gyllenhaal.
  • Lost (Seasons 1-6) – The TV series that changed the landscape of what TV could be returned to Netflix in July 2024 after multiple years exclusive to Hulu. Sci-fi mystery series about a group of survivors from a crashed jet airliner landing on a mysterious island.
  • Magic Mike XXL (2015) – A comedy-drama about male strippers on a road trip to a convention.
  • Matilda (1996) – A family film about a young girl with extraordinary powers and a love for books.
  • Miraculous World: Shanghai, The Legend of LadyDragon (2021) – Animated special.
  • Monsters vs. Aliens (2009) – Seth Rogen and Reese Witherspoon lend their voices to this superhero animated movie from DreamWorks.
  • Mr Bean’s Holiday (2007) – Rowan Atkinson plays his signature role and heads off to France.
  • ONE PIECE: Fishman Island – Anime series.
  • Pan (2015) – Live-action adaptation of the classic story.
  • Paw Patrol: The Movie (2021) – An animated adventure where the Paw Patrol team saves Adventure City.
  • Public Affairs Office in the Sky (Season 1) – Japanese drama series.
  • Rurouni Kenshin Collection:
    • Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno (2014)
    • Rurouni Kenshin 3: The Legend Ends (2014) 
  • Spider-Man Movie Trilogy:
    • Spider-Man (2002)
    • Spider-Man 2 (2004)
    • Spider-Man 3 (2007)
  • Star Trek: Prodigy (Season 2) Netflix Original – The new (exclusive) season of the animated Star Trek series featuring another 20 episodes.
  • Suits (Season 9) – The final season of the USA Network legal drama joins the previous eight seasons that broke records throughout 2023.
  • The Blind Side (2009) – A true story about a wealthy family who helps a homeless teen become a football star.
  • The House Bunny (2008) – A comedy about a former Playboy bunny who becomes a sorority house mother.
  • The Karate Kid (1984) – A martial arts drama about a teenager learning karate to defend himself.
  • The Nun (2018) – Horror from director Corin Hardy about a priest with a haunted past being sent from the Vatican to investigate the death of a young nun.
  • The Road to El Dorado (2000) – Animated film from DreamWorks.
  • The Sweetest Thing (2002) – A romantic comedy about a woman trying to find the man of her dreams.
  • The Wiz (1978) – A musical retelling of The Wizard of Oz featuring an African-American cast.
  • Warcraft (2016) – Big-budget fantasy movie based on the video game from director Duncan Jones.
  • Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005) – Kids sci-fi adventure film starring Josh Hutcherson and Kristen Stewart.
  • Zombieland (2009) – A comedy-horror film about survivors navigating a post-apocalyptic world filled with zombies.

July 2nd

  • SPRINT (Season 1) Netflix Original – Sports documentary series.

July 3rd

  • Beverly Hills Cop 4: Axel Foley (2024) Netflix Original – Eddie Murphy is back as the Los Angeles police detective with a new case.
  • Rhythm + Flow France (Season 3) Netflix Original – French-language competition reality series.
  • The Man with 1000 Kids (Limited Series) Netflix Original – Investigative documentary series about a man who fathered potentially thousands of kids around the world.

July 4th

  • Barbecue Showdown (Season 3) Netflix Original – A new season of the competition reality series.

July 5th

  • Desperate Lies (Season 1) Netflix Original – Brazillian thriller series.
  • Going Clear: Scientology and The Prison of Belief (2015) – The HBO documentary on the religion of Scientology.
  • Goyo (2024) Netflix Original – Argentinian romantic-comedy about a young museum guide who falls in love with his co-worker.
  • The Imaginary (2024) Netflix Original – A new movie from Studio Ponoc coming exclusively to Netflix. Directed by Yoshiyuki Momose and written by Yoshiaki Nishimura, the feature is about young Amanda and her imaginary companion, Rudger.
  • The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch (Season 3) – Reality series.

July 7th

  • Naruto Anime Movie Collection:
    • Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie (2012)
    • The Last: Naruto The Movie (2014)
    • Boruto: Naruto the Movie (2015)

July 9th

  • The Boyfriend (Season 1) Netflix Original – Japanese reality series about a group of men living under a roof in the hopes of finding their true boyfriend.
  • Hannah Berner: We Ride at Dawn (2024) Netflix Original – Stand-up comedy special.

July 10th

  • Eva Lasting (Season 2) Netflix Original – Return of the Colombian drama series.
  • Receiver (Season 1) Netflix Original – Follow-up sports documentary series to Quarterback.
  • Sugar Rush: The Baking Point (Season 2) Netflix Original – Reality baking series from Mexico.
  • Tickled (2016) – Journalist David Farrier looks into the sport and dark secret of competitive tickling.
  • Wild Wild Punjab (2024) Netflix Original – Indian movie.

July 11th

  • Another Self (Season 2) Netflix Original – Turkish drama series.
  • The Neon Highway (2024) – SVOD debut of this country music drama starring Rob Mayes and Beau Bridges.
  • Vanished into the Night (2024) Netflix Original – Italian thriller.
  • Vikings: Valhalla (Season 3) Netflix Original – The final season of the historical drama.

July 12th

  • Blame the Game (2024) Netflix Original – German comedy film.
  • Exploding Kittens (Season 1) Netflix Original – Based on the classic card game, this new animated series follows two warring kittens. Featuring the voices of Tom Ellis, Suzy Nakamura, and Ally Maki.
  • Lobola Man (2024) Netflix Original – South African drama.
  • The Champion (2024) Netflix Original – Spanish sports drama movie.
  • The Long Game (2023) – Set in 1950s Texas, you’ll follow a young group of caddies being taken and trained for the state golf championship. Starring Jay Hernandez and Dennis Quaid.

July 14th

  • Five Star Chef (Season 2) Netflix Original – Reality cooking competition series.

July 15th

  • Bone Tomahawk (2015) – Kurt Russell headlines this Western film set in the dying days of the old west and an old sheriff set out to rescue their town’s doctor.
  • LALIGA: All Access (Season 1) Netflix Original – Sports documentary on the Spanish soccer league.
  • Midnight Sun (2018) – A romantic drama about a teenage girl with a rare disease that makes sunlight deadly, who falls in love while keeping her condition a secret.

July 16th

  • Chad Daniels: Empty Nester (2024) Netflix Original – Stand-up comedy special.
  • Fifty Shades Darker (2017) – A romantic drama where Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey rekindle their relationship amidst new obstacles.
  • Fifty Shades Freed (2018) – The final instalment in the trilogy, focuses on Anastasia and Christian’s married life and the threats that endanger their happiness.
  • Homicide: Los Angeles (Season 1) Netflix Original – Crime documentary series from the creator of Law & Order.
  • The Boy Next Door (2015) – A psychological thriller about a high school teacher who has a dangerous affair with a young neighbour.

July 17th

  • The Green Glove Gang (Season 2) Netflix Original – Polish drama series.
  • T・P BON (Season 2) Netflix Original – A quick follow-up season to the sci-fi anime.

July 18th

  • Cobra Kai (Season 6 – Part 1) Netflix Original – One of three parts that will round out The Karate Kid spin-off series.
  • Land of Bad (2024) – The action thriller will make its streaming debut via Netflix. Starring Russell Crowe and Liam Hemsworth.
  • Master of the House (Season 1) Netflix Original – Japanese whodunnit thriller about a diamond tycoon’s untimely death and the battle to inherit his estate.
  • The Inspection (2022) – A24 Release – Rejected by his mother, a young gay Black man opts to join the Marines.

July 19th

  • Chi’s Sweet Adventure: Summer Vacation (Season 1) – Animated kids series from Japan.
  • Find Me Falling (2024) Netflix Original – An ageing rockstar is the centre of this romantic comedy, moving to an isolated island close to Cyprus to reclaim his career and perhaps find love. Starring Harry Connick Jr., Agni Scott, Ali Fumiko Whitney, and Tony Demetriou.
  • Simone Biles Rising (2024) Netflix Original – Sports documentary.
  • Skywalkers: A Love Story (2024) Netflix Original – This documentary is about a daredevil couple who ups their antics to climb the world’s second-highest skyscraper and perform a death-defying stunt.
  • Sweet Home (Season 3) Netflix Original – Final season of the Korean sci-fi horror series.
  • Too Hot to Handle (Season 6) Netflix Original – Reality dating series.

July 23rd

  • All American (Season 6) – The latest season of The CW’s football drama series.
  • Too Hot To Handle 3 (Android and iOS) Netflix Games – Another instalment of the game based on the hit reality series.

July 24th

  • Dirty Pop: The Boy Band Scam (2024) Netflix Original – Docuseries on the rise and fall of Lou Pearlman
  • Love of my Life (Season 1) Netflix Original – Colombian drama series.
  • Resurrected Rides (Season 1) Netflix Original – Motoring reality series hosted by Chris Redd.

July 25th

  • Kleo (Season 2) Netflix Original – A new season of the hit thriller German-language set after the fall of the Berlin Wall with a spy using her skills to hunt for revenge.
  • The Decameron (Season 1) Netflix Original – Period comedy set during the Black Death and follows how the elite survived the tumultuous period.
  • Tokyo Swindlers (Season 1) Netflix Original – Japanese series adaptation of a book starring Go Ayano and Etsushi Toyokawa.

July 26th

  • Elite (Season 8) Netflix Original – The final season of the long-running Spanish teen drama series.
  • House of Ga’a (2024) Netflix Original – Nigerian drama.
  • Non Negotiable (2024) Netflix Original – Mexican drama.
  • Pulang Araw (Season 1) Netflix Original – War drama series from the Phillipines starring Barbie Forteza, Sanya Lopez, David Licauco, Alden Richards, and Dennis Trillo.
  • The Dragon Prince (Season 6) Netflix Original – The penultimate season of the animated series that will round out the Mystery of Aaravos saga.

July 27th

  • The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015) – A stylish action-comedy about a CIA agent and a KGB operative teaming up to thwart a mysterious criminal organization.

July 29th

  • Heels (Seasons 1-2) – The Starz wrestling drama series reportedly lands on July 29th. Series stars Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig.
  • Prison Break (Seasons 1-5) – All 90 episodes of the hit crime drama series starring Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller return to Netflix.

July 30th

  • The Dragon Prince: Xadia (Android and iOS) Netflix Games – Based on the Netflix series, this is a new co-op ARPG.

July 31st

  • Mountain Queen: The Summits of Lhakpa Sherpa (2024) Netflix Original – Lucy Walker directs this documentary on the first Nepali woman to summit and survive Mount Everest.
  • Unsolved Mysteries (Volume 4) Netflix Original – A new season of mysteries and puzzling events are documented in this long-running series.

What are you looking forward to watching on Netflix in July 2024? Let us know in the comments section below.

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