June has only just begun, but we already have a sizeable flavor of what we can expect to arrive on Netflix next month. For a full list of what’s just debuted on the streaming service or is about to in June, you can head through here. However, if you’re wanting to find out what awaits subscribers in July, keep on reading.
Below you’ll see a lengthy list of everything we know to be coming to Netflix across July at the moment, though obviously more will be revealed in time. A few titles have yet to be assigned specific dates, but that’s not the case with the rest. As always, there’s a mix of Netflix Originals and pre-existing movies and TV shows on the way, and you can check out the preliminary list of new arrivals down below.
Undated July Titles
Street Food: Latin America (Season 1) – docuseries
The Seven Deadly Sins (Season 4) – anime series
Wizards: Tales of Arcadia (Season 1)
Abby Hatcher (Season 1) – children’s animated series
A Thousand Words (2012)
A Touch of Green (Season 1) – Taiwanese war drama series
Cleo & Cuquin (Season 1) – children’s animated series.
Patriots Day (2016)
Sucker Punch (2011)
Under the Riccione Sun (2020) – Italian teen romance
Unsolved Mysteries (Season 1) – reboot of classic docuseries
Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado (2020) – documentary
Stateless – Australian limited series
Japan Sinks: 2020 (Season 1) – anime series
The Old Guard (2020)
The Last Dance – docuseries
The Kissing Booth 2 (2020)
The Umbrella Academy (Season 2)
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The three most notable new additions of the month have to be The Old Guard, the platform’s big summer blockbuster, The Kissing Booth 2, the sequel to the hit teen romcom, and the highly-anticipated second season of The Umbrella Academy.
The Old Guard, starring Charlize Theron and directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, follows four immortals who’ve secretly protected humanity for centuries being targeted for their powers. A new trailer and several posters just arrived for The Umbrella Academy, meanwhile, but we’re going to have to wait almost two more months until it lands at the end of July.
Elsewhere, we’ll also be getting acclaimed films like Patriots Day and cult favorite Sucker Punch. And again, these are just a small sample of what’s on the way, with Netflix set to announce the full list closer to the end of the month – so be sure to stay tuned.
Source: What's On Netflix