Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix This July

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As the summer heats up, so does the Netflix lineup. The following titles will be rolling out on the streaming service over the month of July. Notable additions include the mysteriously under-the-radar Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper starrer “Serena,” the final season of “Glee,” the buzzy Dan Stevens thriller “The Guest” and the much-anticipated drop of “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.” Happy binge-watching!
July 1

“Alive”
“An Honest Liar”
“Bad Hair Day”
“Bionicle: The Legend Reborn”
“Dave Attel: Road Work”
“Death in Paradise,” Season 3
“Grandma’s Boy”
“Hostage”
“Invizimals: The Alliance Files”
“La Reina del Sur”
“Octonauts,” Season 3
“Piglet’s Big Movie”
“El Senor de los Cielos,” Seasons 1-2
“Saw V”
“Set Fire to the Stars”
“Shooting Fish”
“The Secret of Roan Inish”
“Underworld: Evolution”
“Velvet,” Season 2

July 3

Knights of Sidonia,” Season 2

July 4

“Faults”
“Hell on Wheels,” Season 4
“White Collar,” Season 6

July 7

“Monster High: Scaris, City of Frights”
“Witches of East End,” Season 2

July 9

“Monsters: The Dark Continent”
“Serena”

July 10

“Chris Tucker Live”
“Violetta,” Seasons 1-2

July 14

“Bad Ink,” Season 1
“Bible Secrets Revealed,” Season 1
“Creep”
“Goodbye To All That”
“Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanleys Island of Dr. Moreau”
“Preachers’ Daughters,” Season 2
“Storage Wars: Texas,” Season 1
“The Killer Speaks,” Season 2

July 15

“Da Sweet Blood of Jesus”
“H20 Mermaid Adventures (five new episodes)”
“Penguins of Madagascar”
“The Physician”

July 16

“Changeling”

July 17

“BoJack Horseman, Season 2”
“The Human Experiment”
“Tig”

July 18

“Glee,” Season 6
“Java Heat”

July 23

“Teacher of the Year”

July 25

“The Guest”

July 28

“Comet”
“Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.,” Season 2

July 30

“Almost Mercy”
“My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic,” Season 5
“The Wrecking Crew”

July 31

“Turbo Fast,” Season 2
“Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp”

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  1. RICHARD BROWN says:

    WHY IS IT –SINCE SEASON 6 OF DEATH IN PARADISE CAME OUT IN BRITAIN IN JANUARY. DOES IT TAKE UNTIL JANUARY 2018 TO BE ON NETFLIX CANADA. THIS IS UTTERLY TOO LONG. WHATS THE HOLDUP?

  2. anonymous says:

    Netflix is all over the place, and seems to release content with anything. House of Cards, Orange is the new Black and that beach drama series …Bloodline seem to really be only thing worth it on Netflix…

  3. Steve says:

    Never mind what’s coming. What about an article on the massive amount of content leaving Netflix. Approx. 380 titles on July 1 and 2. Another 100 to 150 on July 6. And more scattered through the balance of the month. A real bloodbath.

  4. kanders says:

    What a lousy release month why the heck do I pay for this crud, got to get out of this bad subscription!

  5. Chaz Vance says:

    You guys (netflix) needs to add full metal alchemist season 5

  6. m lou says:

    Netflix is okay Hulu is waaaayyy better

  7. Deborah says:

    We like watching Netflix. However we would like to see more old western movies. That John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Robert Duvall, etc. Played in.

  8. Netflix is pretty good. They have a good selection. If you are living outside USA and cant access Netflix live streaming then try PureVPN SmartDNS and gets immediate access.

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