If you’re looking for new movies and shows to add to your binge-watch list, then here are Netflix’s new releases for the month: 

1. The Old Guard

Starring Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne in lead roles, The Old Guard tracks the journey of four immortal warriors, who’ve just found a new ‘recruit’, while fighting a villainous businessman who wants to unlock the secret of their immortality. The film releases on July 10. 


2. Cable Girls: Final Season, Pt. 2

The final season of this Spanish drama, chronicling the lives of four young women who find a job at Spain’s first telephone company, will drop on July 3. 


3. Cursed

Netflix’s highly anticipated fantasy drama starring Katherine Langford (of 13 Reasons Why fame) is based on the Arthurian legend of the Lady of the Lake and releases on July 17. 


4. The Baby-Sitter’s Club

Based on Ann M. Martin’s novel series, this Netflix series is a reboot of the 1995 comic-drama. It releases on July 3. 


5. Stateless

Inspired by a real-life story, Stateless is a mini-series starring Cate Blanchett (also the co-creator) and focuses on the life of four refugees at an immigration detention center. It will be available on Netflix on July 8. 

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6. Say I Do

A surprise wedding planned by experts forms the premise of Netflix’s new reality show, Say I Do, which released on July 1. 


7. The Kissing Booth 2

The sequel to the teen rom-com Kissing Booth, starring Joey King, Joel Courtney and Jacob Elordi, is all set to premiere on July 24. 


8. The Umbrella Academy S2

After a long wait, everyone’s favourite dysfunctional family is returning for a second season, which will air on July 31. 


9. Warrior Nun

A fantasy-drama, Warrior Nun stars Alba Baptista in the lead role as an orphan who discovers she belongs to an ancient order of warrior nuns. It released on July 2. 


10. Desperados

If you’re looking for a light-hearted romantic comedy that scores high on female friendships, then Desperados, releasing on July 3, may be an ideal pick. 


11. Down to Earth With Zac Efron

This docuseries follows Zac Efron, as he travels across the world on a journey to find more sustainable ways to live. It will be available on July 10. 


12. Was It Love?

This Korean drama follows the journey of a single mother, who, after 14 years of staying away from love, finds herself being courted by four, very different men. It will release on Jul 8. 


13. The Twelve

The Twelve is a Belgian legal drama about 12 people brought together to act as jurors in a case of a woman accused of killing her own blood. It will premiere on July 10. 

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14. Jack Whitehall: I’m Only Joking

Stand-up comedian Jack Whitehall talks about the happy couples, traveling, and the ‘hotel life’ in this stand-up special releasing on July 21. 


15. The Maid

A horror-thriller, this Thai drama follows the story of a young maid who uncovers supernatural secrets after being employed at a haunted mansion. It will be available on July 9. 


16. Japan Sinks: 2020

Based on the 1973 novel of the same name, Japan Sinks: 2020 is an anime series showcasing one family’s journey to survive a catastrophic earthquake. It will premiere on July 9. 


17. O Crush Perfeito (Dating Around: Brazil)

Netflix’s reality show, Dating Around, reaches São Paulo, Brazil where six singles move away from dating apps for face-to-face dates and a chance to find ‘the one’. O Crush Perfeito releases on July 10. 


18. The Claudia Kishi Club

Releasing on July 10, this Netflix documentary focuses on how Claudia Kishi, from The Babysitter’s Club, busted stereotypes and became an inspiration for Asian Americans. 


19. The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants in Space

Based on the Captain Underpants series of books by Dav Pilkey, this animated miniseries will release on July 10. 


20. Cinderela Pop

Giving a new mix to the age-old ‘fairy tale’ of Cinderella, this Brazilian romance follows the life of a 17-year-old aspiring DJ, Cíntia Dorella, and her unexpected encounter with love. It releases on July 13.  


21. Urzila Carlson: Overqualified Loser

Get ready for the laughs, as comedian Urzila Carlson shares her thoughts on sex tapes, boxed wine, and ‘The Biggest Loser’ in her latest stand-up special, premiering on July 14. 


22. The Business of Drugs

A former CIA officer investigates six illicit substances, in order to showcase how drugs push people into risky, deadly behavior. It will be available on July 14. 


23. Skin Decision: Before and After

Releasing on July 15, this reality series follows plastic surgeon, Dr. Sheila Nazarian, as she works with clients to bring out their ‘best selves’. 


24. Indian Matchmaking

The series follows matchmaker Sima Taparia as she guides clients in the U.S. and India through an arranged marriage. 


25. How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast): Season 2

Inspired by a true story, the second season of this German coming-of-age comedy-drama will be available on July 21. 


26. Street Food: Latin America

Netflix’s docuseries on street food across the globe reaches six countries in Latin America in its latest installment. It will be available on July 21. 


27. Fear City: New York vs The Mafia

This Netflix docuseries takes us back to the New York of 1980s when feds took down five mafia empires. It will premiere on July 22. 


28. Seriously Single

A romantic comedy that attempts to understand the ‘singles scene’, Seriously Single releases on July 31. 


29. Good Girls: Season 3

The comedy-drama returns to Netflix for a third season. It follows three mothers’ unexpected foray into a life of crime, to make ends meet, and will be available on July 26. 

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30. Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 4

Journalist Raphael Rowe investigates the dangerous prisons in Paraguay, Germany, Mauritius and Lesotho, in the fourth season of this docuseries. It will be available on July 29. 


31. The Speed Cubers

This Netflix documentary, releasing on July 29, takes a look at the world’s Rubik’s Cube-solving record breakers. 

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32. Transformers: War For Cybertron Trilogy

Premiering on July 30, this animations series on the Transformers universe’s origin story follows the Autobots and Decepticons as the battle for the control of the AllSpark. 


Which show or film are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments section below.