Everything coming to Netflix this July
Think you’ve seen it all? Regularly find yourself in the bottomless scrolling abyss of Netflix without a single clue of what your next bingewatch should be – and what you should definitely avoid? We got you, buddy! There are some outstanding Netflix Originals and studio releases heading to the SVOD service this July.
So put your sweatpants on, order pizza, and bookmark this page. There’s plenty to enjoy on your goggle box this summer.
The Last Czars
This thrilling docuseries takes a look at the fall of the Romanov dynasty from Russia.
Starring Ben Cartwright and Robert Jack
Yummy Mummies season 2
The continuation of the Australian reality TV series continues to follow the Yummy Mummies as they wait for childbirth and the incurring shenanigans that ensue.
Starring Lorinska Merrington, Rachel Watts, Jane Scandizzo, and Maria DeGeronimo
Stranger Things season 3
The highly anticipated show returns to Netflix as new monsters, romance, and plague in the small town of Hawkins, Indiana.
Starring Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Sadie Sink
Free Rein season 3
The long-running kids’ series continues with the adventures of a young girl connected to a mysterious horse at a boarding school in the UK.
Starring Jaylen Barron, Bruce Herbelin-Earle, Celine Buckens, and Freddy Carter
Designated Survivor: 60 days
A catastrophic attack on the National Assembly leads Minister of Environmental Park Mu-Jin to lead Korea in this spin off of the political thriller series.
Starring Ji Jin-hee, Lee Joon-hyuk, and Heo Joon-Ho
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: Freshly Brewed
The belly-busting series returns with more vintage cars, coffee, and comics as host Jerry Seinfeld and a collection of guests get into hilarious and caffeinated shenanigans.
Starring Jerry Seinfeld (host)
The Epic Tale of Captain Underpants season 3
The kids’ series based on the beloved comic books returns with more adventures of the underwear-clad crusader and two clever fourth graders as they face down new and old foes.
Starring Nat Faxon, Sean Aston, Ramone Hamilton, and Evan Kishiyama
Queer Eye season 4
The four friends continue their quest to help as many as they can as they give advice on fashion, life, and sexuality.
Starring Ted Allen, Carson Kressley, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia, Jai Rodriguez, and Blair Boone
Workin’ Moms season 2
The four unlikely friends continue toward the goal of conquering motherhood as they contend with judgmental mothers, toddlers, and tantrums all the while trying to acquire a sense of self.
Starring Catherine Reitman, Danielle Kind, Juno Ruddell, and Jesslyn Wanlim
My First First Love season 2
Yun Tae-o and friends continue to navigate love and friendship in the second season of the South Korean teen drama series.
Starring Ji Soo, Jung Chae-yeon, Jung Jin-young, and Choi Ri
Orange is the New Black season 7
The powerful series conclusion looks at the characters as they navigate life in and out of prison in this epic drama.
Starring Taylor Schilling, Uzo Aduba, Laura Prepon, and Natasha Lyonne
Sugar Rush season 2
It’s back to the kitchen for this amazing baking show as chefs from all over compete for the $10,000 prize and the approval of the rolling roster of judges.
Starring Hunter March and Adriano Zumbo
The Worst Witch season 3
The Worst Witch returns with more magical mayhem for young Mildred at Cackle’s Academy as she faces both witchy and modern troubles.
Starring Bella Ramsey, Raquel Cassidy, Clare Higgins, and Jenny Richardson
The thrilling new anime focuses on the delicate balance of cutthroat business in a world where major business deals are decided by the outcome of gladiator-style brawls.
Starring Katsuki Murase, Misono Suzuki, and Ryuzzo Hasuike
The Letdown season 2
The Australian TV show is back with more baby-crazy madness for Audrey as she continues to tackle motherhood, love, and relationships.
Starring Alison Bell, Lucy Durek, Celeste Barber, and Noni Hazelhurst
Good Witch season 4
July 2ndThe Nightingales’ charm continues to mesmerize as the Hallmark series flies into Netflix, promising more magical fun for Middleton.
Starring Catherine Bell, Bailee Madison, Catherine Disher, James Denton
Kakegurui season 2
July 4thWinner takes all in this anime about a school where your rank depends on how much the students win at gambling.
Starring Saroi Hayami, Tatsuya Tokutake, Mariya Ise, and Minami Tanaka
In the Dark
Murphy, a blind woman, must discover who murdered her friend Tyson and why the police do not seem inclined to investigate before the facts are lost to the darkness.
Starring Perry Mattfeld, Casey Deidrick, Rich Sommer, and Brooke Markham
Bonus Family season 3
July 12thThe Swedish dramedy returns as the family continues to navigate the trials that come with family, love, and life.
Starring Vera Vitali, Erik Johansson, and Fredrik Hallgren
Luis Miguel: The Series
July 12thFame and fortune are not as glamorous as they seem as Mickey, whose father made him begin the journey to stardom, discovers in this series.
Starring Diego Boneta, Juanpa Zurita, Oscar Jaenada, and Anna Favella
Wynonna Earp season 3
July 16thWynonna Earp takes on the ghosts of her great grandfather – literally – in the town of Purgatory in this epic supernatural series.
Starring Melanie Scorfono, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, Tim Rozon, and Katherine Barrell
Wentworth season 7
July 31stThe world of women’s prisons is examined in this Australian drama reimagining of Prisoner: Cell Block H as Bea continues to navigate her way through her own trauma and the physical danger around her.
Starring Danielle Cormack, Nicole de Silva, Katrina Milosevic, and Celia Ireland