Tuesday, October 19, 2021

What’s New Coming to Netflix in July 2021?

Welcome to an early look at what will be available on Netflix in the United States in July 2021, which will be jam-packed with new Netflix Original and licensed movies and TV series. Here is a list of everything currently scheduled to be released on Netflix in July.

Do you want to explore even further ahead? We have two major previews for forthcoming movies and shows.

Let’s take a look at what’s new coming to Netflix in July 2021.

The First Week Of July

  • Audible (2021) – A Documentary short film about a Deaf football player battling with family and relationship troubles while preparing for his Homecoming game.
  • Dynasty Warriors – Live-action Based on the popular IP, this CG-heavy fantasy follows a war for supremacy.
  • Generation 56k (Season 1)– Romantic comedy series from Italy
  • Young Royals (Season 1) – A young prince is enrolled in a residential school.
  • Big Timber (Season 1) – Canadian reality television about a logger and his crew as they battle the elements on their difficult profession.
  • Fear Street: 1994 (2021) – The first installment of the Fear Street trilogy will be available on Netflix throughout July 2021.
  • Haseen Dillruba – Hindi romance thriller.
  • Mortel (Season 2) – The second season of the French horror-fantasy series, with Obe returning in a completely different form.
  • The 8th Night (2021) – a Korean horror film about a retired exorcist who must re-enter the fray.
  • I think you should leave with Tim Robinson (Season 2) – The sketch comedy series receives a new dose of craziness.
  • Cat People (Season 1) – Premiering The second season of Dogs concurrently is a whole new docuseries about our feline companions.
  • Dogs (Season 2) – More stories (or tails) about man’s closest friend from throughout the world.
  • Major Grom: Plague Doctor (2021) – Oleg Trofim’s Russian action-adventure film.
  • The War Next Door (Season 1)- Mexican comedy series

The Second Week Of July

  • Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (Season 1)  –A CG horror series based on the popular Capcom video game series, starring Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield and taking place between RE4 and RE5.
  • Unusual (Season 4)  –The final season of Robia Rashid’s humorous coming-of-age sitcom.
  • Bioterrorists (Season 2)  –The German thriller series returns for a second season of suspense
  • Fear Street Part 2: 1978 (2021)  – The second installment of R.L. Stine’s trilogy will be available on Netflix during July.
  • How I Became a Superhero (2020)  – French sci-fi thriller set in Paris in 2020, where superheroes are absorbed into society but want fame by all means.
  • How to Become a Tyrant (Season 1)  – Documentary examining the rise of some of history’s most notable dictators.
  • Last Summer / Summer ’69 (2021)  – Turkish romantic drama about a 16-year-old kid vying for the affections of his childhood infatuation.
  • The Cook of Castamar (Season 1)  – Spanish historical drama set in 18th-century Madrid.
  • The Water Man (2021) – Drama about a youngster who runs away from home to discover a mythical creature reputed to have the power to cheat death to save his dying mother.
  • Virgin River (Season 3) – A feel-good American drama series about a nurse who moves to the country to escape her old life.
  • Naomi Osaka (Season 1)  – A one-season docuseries about the young ladies tennis champion.
  • Ridley Jones (Season 1) – One of Chris Nee’s first projects for Netflix, follows a young adventurer in a museum that comes to life — the first full episode is now available on YouTube.
  • A Classic Horror Story (2021) – It is an Italian horror film.

The Third Week Of July

  • Never have I Ever (Season 2)-Devi, an Indian American adolescent, is still dealing with high school and family conflict demands.
  • Part 3 of Fear Street: 1666 (2021)  – The final installment of the Fear Street trilogy, which will conclude the narrative
  • Ali and Ratu Ratu Queens (2021)  – Comedy from Indonesia.
  • Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans– It is an action-adventure game set in the world of the grand climax of Guillermo del Toro’s Tales of Arcadia film series on Netflix.

The Last Week Of July

  • Blood Red Sky (2021)  – Horror follows when a sick passenger on a flight transforms into something quite else.
  • Masters of the Universe: Revelation (Part 1) N – The first five episodes of Kevin Smith’s animated resurrection of the He-Man universe.
  • Sky Rojo (Season 2) – The second half of Alex Pina’s (Money Heist) serial about three fugitive sex workers.
  • Resort to Love (2021) – Alicia Keys’ romantic comedy starring Christina Milian, Sinqua Walls, and Jay Pharoah.
  • Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy: Kingdom (Limited Series) – Polygon Pictures’ final episode in the Transformers War for Cybertron trilogy to be released on Netflix.

What are you most looking forward to during July 2021? Let us know.

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