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Netflix is celebrating Independence Day weekend with some “Stranger Things.” On July 1, the streamer is debuting the highly anticipated second volume of the smash-hit science fiction series’ fourth season. The much hyped conclusion to the show’s fourth outing will feature two extra-long episodes, including a two and a half hour season finale.

Aside from “Stranger Things 4,” Netflix’s big TV offerings for July include “Resident Evil,” an adaptation of the popular Capcom survival horror series. All eight episodes of the series are set to hit July 14. In other fare, the streamer will also debut the Lana Condor-led teen comedy miniseries “Boo Bitch” on July 8, as well as the LGBTQ romcom series “Uncoupled,” which is headlined by Neil Patrick Harris and set to debut July 29.

The streamer will also bring the heat this summer with some starry film debuts, including Jane Austen adaptation “Persuasion” starring Dakota Johnson and Henry Golding (July 15), and “The Gray Man,” a Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling action thriller helmed by “Avengers: Endgame” directors the Russo brothers. And aside from new content, the streamer is set to add a plethora of classic films on July 1, including Martin Scorsese’s gangster classic “Goodfellas,” Tina Fey’s iconic teen comedy “Mean Girls,” Batman blockbuster “The Dark Knight Rises” and David Fincher’s critically-acclaimed thriller “Seven.”

For more streaming suggestions, see what’s new on Disney+ and get an overview of what to watch on all the streaming services.

See the full list of titles below:

July 1

“Stranger Things 4” (Volume 2)
“A Call to Spy”
“Big Daddy”
“Blue Jasmine”
“Boogie Nights”
“Catch Me If You Can”
“Deliverance”
“Falls Around Her”
“Final Score”
“GoodFellas”
“I Am Legend”
“Insidious”
“LOL”
“Mean Girls”
“Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous”
“Natural Born Killers”
“Old School”
“Police Academy”
“Semi-Pro”
“Seven”
“Snatch”
“The Dark Knight Rises”
“The Dirty Dozen”
“The Pursuit of Happyness”
“The Talented Mr. Ripley”
“The Terminal”
“Vampires”
“Wyatt Earp”
“Zero Dark Thirty”

July 3

“Blair Witch” (2016)

July 4

“Leave No Trace”

July 6

“Control Z” (Season 3)
“Girl in the Picture”
“Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between”
“King of Stonks”
“Uncle from Another World”

July 7

“The Flash” (Season 8)
“Karma’s World” (Season 3)
“Vinland Saga” (Season 1)

July 8

“Boo, Bitch”
“Capitani” (Season 2)
“Dangerous Liaisons”
“How To Build a Sex Room”
“Incantation”
“Jewel”
“The Longest Night”
“Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls”
“The Sea Beast”

July 10

“12 Strong”

July 11

“For Jojo”
“Valley of the Dead”

July 12

“Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks”
“How to Change Your Mind”
“My Daughter’s Killer”

July 13

“Big Timber” (Season 2)
“D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?!”
“Hurts Like Hell”
“Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres”
“Sintonia” (Season 3)
“Under the Amalfi Sun”

July 14

“Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight”
“Resident Evil”

July 15

“Alba”
“Country Queen”
“Farzar”
“Love Goals (Jaadugar)”
“Mom, Don’t Do That!”
“Persuasion”
“Remarriage & Desires”
“Uncharted”

July 16

“Umma”

July 18

“Live is Life”
“My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along”
“StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Collection 2: Learn to Read”
“Too Old for Fairy Tales”

July 19

“David A. Arnold: It Ain’t For the Weak”

July 20

“Bad Exorcist” (Seasons 1-2)
“Virgin River” (Season 4)

July 21

“Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous” (Season 5)

July 22

“Blown Away” (Season 3)
“The Gray Man”
“One Piece” (New Episodes)

July 25

“Gabby’s Dollhouse” (Season 5)

July 26

“August: Osage County”
“DI4RIES”
“Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl”
“Street Food: USA”

July 27

“Car Masters: Rust to Riches” (Season 4)
“Dream Home Makeover” (Season 3)
“The Most Hated Man on the Internet”
“Pipa”
“Rebelde” (Season 2)

July 28

“A Cut Above”
“Another Self”
“Keep Breathing”
“Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation”

July 29

“The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem” (Season 2)
“Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time”
“The Entitled”
“Fanático”
“Purple Hearts”
“Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series”
“Uncoupled”

July 31

“The Wretched”