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Everything coming to Netflix in July


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Five images: a young woman leaning against a locker, a man with a mustache, a young woman with close-shaven hair, a woman in Regency dress, a blood-spattered woman in a red jumpsuit.

Between the return of Stranger Things 4 and the release of The Gray Man, July is stacking up to be a pretty big month for Netflix.

The streaming service is also adding new series like the Lana Condor comedy Boo, Bitch and the video game adaptation Resident Evil. On the film side of things, look out for animated adventure The Sea Beast and Jane Austen adaptation Persuasion.

Here's everything coming to Netflix in July.

Top pick: The Gray Man

A man in a gray shirt stands in front of a red car.
Ryan Gosling in "The Gray Man." Credit: Netflix

To sell you on The Gray Man, all I have to do is list the cast: Chris Evans, Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Regé-Jean Page... Come on, that sounds like a solid ensemble right there. But The Gray Man has even more going for it: It's directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, whose Marvel films have proven they can direct exciting action.

Netflix's most expensive movie yet, The Gray Man is a thriller following the CIA's most skilled operative (Gosling). When a villainous former colleague (Evans) puts a bounty on his head, he has to escape from the world's most dangerous assassins.

How to watch: The Gray Man hits Netflix July 22.


12 Strong (7/10)

A Call to Spy (7/1)

A Cut Above (7/28)

August Osage County (7/26)

Big Daddy (7/1)

Blair Witch (2016) (7/3)

Blue Jasmine (7/1)

Boogie Nights (7/1)

Catch Me If You Can (7/1)

Dangerous Liaisons (7/8)

Deliverance (7/1)

Falls Around Her (7/1)

Final Score (7/1)

For Jojo (7/11)

Girl in the Picture (7/6)

GoodFellas (7/1)

Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between (7/6)

I Am Legend (7/1)

Incantation (7/8)

Insidious (7/1)

Jewel (7/8)

Leave No Trace (7/4)

Live Is Life (7/18)

LOL (7/1)

Love Goals (Jaadugar) (7/15)

Mean Girls (7/1)

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (7/1)

Mom, Don't Do That! (7/15)

My Daughter's Killer (7/12)

My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along (7/18)

Natural Born Killers (7/1)

Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres (7/13)

Old School (7/1)

Persuasion (7/15)

Pipa (7/27)

Police Academy (7/1)

Purple Hearts (7/29)

Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls (7/8)

Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl (7/26)

Semi-Pro (7/1)

Seven (7/1)

Snatch (7/1)

The Dark Knight Rises (7/1)

The Dirty Dozen (7/1)

The Entitled (7/29)

The Gray Man (7/22)

The Pursuit of Happyness (7/1)

The Sea Beast (7/8)

The Talented Mr. Ripley (7/1)

The Terminal (7/1)

The Wretched (7/31)

Too Old for Fairy Tales (7/18)

Umma (7/16)

Uncharted (7/15)

Under the Amalfi Sun (7/13)

Valley of the Dead (7/11)

Vampires (7/1)

Wyatt Earp (7/1)

Zero Dark Thirty (7/1)


Alba (7/15)

Another Self (7/28)

Bad Exorcist Seasons 1-2 (7/20)

Big Timber Season 2 (7/13)

Blown Away Season 3 (7/22)

Boo, Bitch (7/8)

Capitani Season 2 (7/8)

Car Masters: Rust to Riches Season 4 (7/27)

Case Closed: Zero's Tea Time (7/29)

Control Z Season 3 (7/6)

Country Queen (7/15)

D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! (7/13)

DI4RIES (7/26)

Dream Home Makeover Season 3 (7/27)

Fanático (7/29)

Farzar (7/15)

Gabby's Dollhouse Season 5 (7/25)

How to Build a Sex Room (7/8)

How to Change Your Mind (7/12)

Hurts Like Hell (7/13)

Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi (TBD)

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Season 5 (7/21)

Karma's World Season 3 (7/7)

Keep Breathing (7/28)

King of Stonks (7/6)

Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (7/14)

Masaba Masaba Season 2 (TBD)

Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation (7/28)

One Piece New episodes (7/22)

Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series (7/29)

Rebelde Season 2 (7/27)

Remarriage & Desires (7/15)

Resident Evil (7/14)

Sintonia Season 3 (7/13)

Stranger Things 4: Volume 2 (7/1)

Street Food: USA (7/26)

StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Collection 2: Learn to Read (7/18)

The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem Season 2 (7/29)

The Flash Season 8 (7/7)

The Longest Night (7/8)

The Most Hated Man on the Internet (7/27)

Uncle from Another World (7/6)

Uncoupled (7/29)

Vinland Saga Season 1 (7/7)

Virgin River Season 4 (7/20)


Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks (7/12)

David A. Arnold: It Ain't for the Weak (7/19)

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