Netflix will be adding plenty of new TV shows and movies to stream for the month of July! From Netflix originals to familiar favorites, there’s plenty to keep you entertained this month.
Ryan Gosling stars in the new Netflix film The Gray Man, in which he’s a CIA agent that winds up a target for assassins around the globe. Fans of period dramas will enjoy Persuasion, an adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel of the same name. Lana Condor of To All the Boys fame will headline a new comedy called Boo, Bitch. Plus, you can get a dose of nostalgia with the gangster classic Goodfellas.
Neil Patrick Harris is back on the small screen with a new series, starring in Uncoupled. The rom-com premieres at the end of July, and centers on a man whose 17-year-long marriage comes to an end when his husband walks out the door. Now, Michael finds himself suddenly starting over in his mid-40s after losing who he thought was his soulmate.
Perhaps of most interest, though, is Stranger Things. With record-breaking viewership, it’s clearly one of Netflix’s most popular original shows. All those fans will finally get to see the highly anticipated final two episodes of season 4. Those episodes, “Chapter Eight: Papa” and “Chapter Nine: The Piggyback” will arrive on the service on July 1st.
Fans might need a little extra popcorn to make it through the two episodes, which might as well be called “movies.” “Chapter Eight” has a runtime of 1 hour and 20 minutes, while “Chapter Nine” will be 2 hours and 20 minutes!
Let’s take a look at everything heading to the streaming giant in July 2022.
What’s Coming July 1-3
A Call to Spy (2020) – July 1st
Big Daddy (1999) – July 1st
Blue Jasmine (2013) – July 1st
Boogie Nights (1997) – July 1st – This period drama follows a young dishwasher, played by Mark Wahlberg, who gets discovered by a producer (Burt Reynolds) and becomes an adult film star. The movie also stars Julianne Moore, Don Cheadle, John C. Reilly, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Heather Graham, and more. Even though the movie still holds a 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, apparently Boogie Nights is at the top of Wahlberg’s list of regrets.
Catch Me If You Can (2002) – July 1st
Contraband (2012) – July 1st
Deliverance (1972) – July 1st
Falls Around Her (2018) – July 1st
Final Score (2018) – July 1st
Goodfellas (1990) – July 1st – The infamous ganster movie Goodfellas was taken off of Netflix for a while, but it returns on the first of the month. Directed by Martin Scorsese and starring the likes of Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, and Joe Pesci, is widely regarded as one of the best gangster films ever made.
I Am Legend (2007) – July 1st
Insidious (2010) – July 1st
John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998) – July 1st
LOL (2012) – July 1st
Mean Girls (2004) – July 1st – Now you can watch Mean Girls every Wednesday while you wear pink. The movie was produced by Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels and written by Tina Fey. Lindsay Lohan portrays Cady, a teen that’s new to high school after having been homeschooled. The teen movie deals with high school cliques, bullying, and the cruelties of popularity in high school.
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005) – July 1st
Natural Born Killers (1994) – July 1st
Old School (2003) – July 1st
Police Academy (1984) – July 1st
Semi-Pro (2008) – July 1st
Se7en (1995) – July 1st – David Mills (Brad Pitt) is a young and over zealous detective trying to prove himself. He is partnered with retiring detective William Somerset (Morgan Freeman), and together they track down a serial killer using the seven deadly sins as the calling card for his crimes.
Snatch (2000) – July 1st
Stranger Things – Season 4 Volume 2 – July 1st – The much-anticipated final two episodes of Stranger Things season 4 will arrive on Netflix July 1st. Each of these two episodes are the length of a feature film (one is actually 2 and a half hours long!), so there’s plenty for fans to dive into.
The Dark Knight Rises (2012) – July 1st – The final installment of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy hits Netflix on July 1st. Christian Bale returns as the caped crusader, and Tom Hardy delivers as Bane, the masked “liberator of pain” who was excommunicated from the League of Shadows.
The Dirty Dozen (1967) – July 1st
The Pursuit of Happyness (2006) – July 1st
The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) – July 1st
The Terminal (2004) – July 1st
Wild Card (2015) – July 1st
Wyatt Earp (1994) – July 1st
Zero Dark Thirty (2012) – July 1st
Operation Romeo (2022) – July 2nd
Blair Witch (2016) – July 3rd
Oh My Baby – Season 1 – July 3rd – In this Korean rom-com series, Jang Ha Ri is a 39-year-old workaholic who hasn’t been in a relationship for over 10 years. She decides she’d like to have a baby on her own. After a donor situation goes awry, she has three men in her life – but she has a hard time choosing between them.
The Art of Incarnation (2021) – July 3rd
What’s Coming July 4-9
Leave No Trace (2018) – July 4th
Attack on Pearl Harbor: Minute by Minute – Season 1 – July 5th
The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch – Season 1 – July 5th
Control Z – Season 3 – July 6th
Hello, Goodbye, and Everything In Between (2022) – July 6th – This upcoming teen drama is based on a book by the same name. Clare and Aidan decide to break up before college. But for one last epic date, they retrace the steps of their relationship, leaving them to question whether they should really stay together or say goodbye forever.
King of Stonks – Season 1 – July 6th
Uncle From Another World – Season 1 – July 6th
The Flash – Season 8 – July 7th
Karma’s World – Season 3 – July 7th
Vinland Saga – Season 1 – July 7th
Boo, Bitch – Limited Series – July 8th – The comedy mini-series Boo, Bitch starts haunting Netflix on July 8th. Lana Condor brings the laughs as Erika Vu, a high school senior who has spent her time as a wallflower. Her friend convinces her to attend a party, but she wakes up as a ghost after their wild night out.
Capitani – Season 2 – July 8th
Dangerous Liaisons (2022) – July 8th
How to Build a Sex Room – Season 1 – July 8th
Incantation (2022) – July 8th
Jewel (2022) – July 8th
Ranveer Vs Wild With Bear Grylls (2022) – July 8th – Unlike the rest of the new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in July, Ranveer vs Wild With Bear Grylls is actually an interactive special. Bollywood star Ranveer Singh goes on a mission with Bear Grylls to find a rare flower for his wife, Deepika Padukone. Viewers will actually be able to pick the course of the interactive adventure. It’s kind of like a choose your own adventure book, but on TV.
Ride on Time – Season 4 – July 8th
The Longest Night – Limited Series – July 8th
The Sea Beast (2022) – July 8th
Hurdang (2022) – July 9th
What’s Coming July 10-16
12 Strong (2018) – July 10th
For Jojo (2022) – July 11th
Team Zenko Go – Season 2 – July 11th
Valley of the Dead (2022) – July 11th – Valley of the Dead (Malnazidos) is a Spanish horror flick about flesh-eating Nazi zombies. No, really! It takes place in 1938 during the Spanish Civil War, and a small group of sworn enemies discovers zombies that were created in a Nazi experiment involving biological warfare on a small village.
Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks (2022) – July 12th
How to Change Your Mind – Season 1 – July 12th
My Daughter’s Killer (2022) – July 12th
Big Timber – Season 2 – July 13th
CHiPS (2017) – July 13th
D. B. Cooper: Where Are You – Season 1 – July 13th
Hurts Like Hell – Season 1 – July 13th
Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres (2022) – July 13th
Sintonia – Season 3 – July 13th
Under the Amalfi Sun (2022) – July 13th
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight – Season 1 – July 14th
Resident Evil – Season 1 – July 14th
Alba – Season 1 – July 15th
Country Queen – Season 1 – July 15th
Farzar (2022) – July 15th
Love Goals (Jaadugar) (2022) – July 15th
Mom, Don’t Do That! (2022) – July 15th
Pan (2015) – July 15th
Persuasion (2022) – July 15th – Dakota Johnson stars in this adaptation of Jane Austen’s final novel. Anne Elliot (Johnson) was persuaded not to marry a man of humble origins, but finds herself living with insufferable relatives and pining after the one who got away. But when he comes crashing back into her life, will she listen to her heart when it comes to second chances?
Remarriage & Desires – Season 1 – July 15th
Uncharted (2022) – July 15th
Umma (2022) – July 16th
What’s Coming July 17-23
Live is Life (2022) – July 18th
My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along (2021) – July 18th
StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing – Collection 2 Learn to Read – July 18th
Too Old for Fairy Tales (2022) – July 18th
David A. Arnold: It Ain’t for the Weak (2022) – July 19th
Bad Exorcist – Seasons 1 & 2 – July 20th
Virgin River – Season 4 – July 20th
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous – Season 5 – July 21st
Blown Away – Season 3 – July 22nd
My Village People (2021) – July 22nd
ONE PIECE – More Seasons – July 22nd
The Gray Man (2022) – July 22nd – Ryan Gosling stars as the CIA’s most skilled mercenary, but he winds up with a target on his back after he uncovers some dark agency secrets. He finds himself being hunted by his former colleague and other assassins from around the globe. With a budget of $200 million, it’s currently the most expensive film ever made by Netflix.
What’s Coming July 24-31
Gabby’s Dollhouse – Season 5 – July 25th
August: Osage County (2013) – July 26th
DI4RIES – Season 1 – July 26th
Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl (2022) – July 26th
Street Food: USA – Season 1 – July 26th
Car Masters: Rust to Riches – Season 4 – July 27th
Dream Home Makeover – Season 3 – July 27th
The Most Hated Man on the Internet (2022) – July 27th
Pipa (2022) – July 27th
Rebelde – Season 2 – July 27th
A Cut Above (2022) – July 28th
Another Self – Season 1 – July 28th
Keep Breathing – Limited Series – July 28th
Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation – Season 1 – July 28th
Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time – Season 1 – July 29th
Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time – Season 1 – July 29th
Fanático – Season 1 – July 29th
Purple Hearts (2022) – July 29th
Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series – Season 1 – July 29th
The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem – Season 2 – July 29th
The Entitled (2022) – July 29th
Uncoupled – Season 1 – July 29th
The Wretched (2020) – July 31st