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What’s coming to Netflix in July?

Netflix has revealed all the content that it is bringing out in July 2020. From the looks of the list, the month is going to be packed with original movies, web series and special shows.

This month, Netflix brought us 46 originals, and if you thought that was too much, then you would be overwhelmed with a total of 60 different films, specials, and web series that are coming out in July.

July is only a couple of days away, and we have the complete list of content that is arriving on Netflix in the next month. July is going to be amazing for people who like original Netflix content. But, we cannot forget the slew of content that came out in June.

There is a possibility that you might have skipped a cool show or an amazing movie that came out in June. So, here is a recap of what Netflix delivered in June.

In June we got the final season of 13 Reasons Why and Fuller House, Queer Eye season 5. A new season of F is for Family, Marcella Season 3, the second season of The Order, along with new seasons of The Politician. Netflix also launched the maiden season of Pokemon Journeys: The Series.

It is clear that June was full of amazing content, but it is time to take a look at what is yet to come to Netflix.

Kingdom. All seasons. Netflix. July 1

On 1st July, we will get Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt: Season 2, Deadwind: Season 2, Say I Do, Under the Riccione Sun, Kingdom all seasons and Unsolved Mysteries.

From 2nd July subscribers can also stream Thiago Ventura: POKAS and Warrior Nun.

3rd July will bring The Baby-Sitters Club, Cable Girls: The Final Season: Part 2, Desperados, JU-ON: Origins, and Southern Survival.

On 8th July Netflix will launch, Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado, Was It Love? and Stateless

From 9th July you can watch, Japan Sinks:2020, and The Protector: Season 4.

Down to Earth with Zac Efron premieres July 10 and follows the actor around the world as he searches for healthy, sustainable ways to live — FIRST LOOK

On 10th July Netflix will add, The Claudia Kishi Club, Down to Earth with Zac Efron, and The Epic Tale of Captain Underpants in Space. Hello Ninja: Season 3, O Crush Perfito (Dating Around: Brazil), The Old Guard, and The Twelve will also come to Netflix.

You can also watch The Business of Drugs, On est ensemble (We are One), and Urzila Carson: Overqualified Loser from 14th July.

From 15th July Netflix will stream Dark Desire, Gli Infedeli (The Players), and Skin Decision: Before and After.

On 16th July you get, Fatal Affairs, Indian Matchmaking, and MILF.

Netflix will launch Boca a Boca (Kissing Game) and Cursed on 17th July.

Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love comes to Netflix on 20th July.

On 21st July we will get Street Food: Latin America, How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast): Season 2, and Jack Whitehall: I’m Only Joking.

From 22nd July you can stream, Fear City: New York vs The Mafia, Love on the Spectrum, Norsemen: Season 3, and Signs.

The Larva Island will be available for streaming on Netflix from 23rd July.

¡A cantar! (Sing On! Spain), Animal Crackers, Dragons: Rescue Riders: Secrets of the Songwing, The Kissing Booth 2, and Ofrenda a la tormenta come to Netflix on 24th July.

Last Chance U: Laney will be available for streaming from 28th July.

On 29th July Netflix will launch The Hater, and Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 4.

Netflix’s War For Cybertron: Siege Official Premiere Date: July 30th 2020

Transformers: War For Cybertron Trilogy comes to Netflix on 30th July.

Finally, on 31st July, Netflix will release Get Even, Latte and the Magic Waterstone, Seriously Single, The Speed Cubers, Sugar Rush: Extra Sweet, The Umbrella Academy: Season 2, and Vis a vis: El Oasis (Locked Up).

As you can see, the schedule for July is packed with amazing shows. Let us know what you are planning to watch on Netflix in July in the comments below.

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