What’s coming to Netflix in July 2022?

June 12, 2022
Jonathon Wilson 0
Netflix, News, Streaming Service

This article discusses what’s coming to Netflix in July 2022. You can check out last month’s schedule by clicking these words.

Welcome to our monthly rundown of what’s coming to Netflix in July 2022. Please note, this article focuses primarily on original content rather than licensed fare, with particular attention paid to recognizable IPs or hotly-anticipated movies and shows. Since complete information isn’t available right now, this article will be regularly updated throughout the month with the latest additions as and when we get them. And do remember that here at Ready Steady Cut we offer the most comprehensive coverage of all streaming releases, so be sure to check back regularly not just for updates but for links to our reviews and recaps for July’s offerings.

What’s coming to Netflix in July 2022?

July 1

  • Stranger Things Season 4, Volume 2 — The highly anticipated conclusion to the fourth season of Stranger Things, debuting as a couple of bumper-length final episodes.

July 3

  • The Art of Incarceration – an original documentary that explores how art and culture can empower Australia’s First Nations people to transcend their unjust cycles of imprisonment.

July 6

  • Control Z (Season 3) — The third season of the Spanish series about high-school hackers and their various dramas. You can check out our review of the second season by clicking these words.
  • Hello, Goodbye and Everything in Between — Claire and Aidan retrace the steps of their relationship on one last epic date after making a pact to break up before college in this rom-com.
  • Girl in the Picture – a new true-crime original documentary film about Sharon Marshall, who wanted to find out who she really was.
  • King of Stonks – a comedy series inspired by real events centering on narcissism, megalomania, and double standards.

July 7

  • Karma’s World (season 3) – the popular kids animated series returns following the lyrically gifted middle schooler Karma.

July 8

  • Boo, Bitch — A new limited series in which Lana Condor plays a stylish ghost.
  • Dangerous Liaisons — A romantic film directed by Rachel Suissa.
  • The Sea Beast — Nautical family animated adventure film starring Dan Stevens and Jared Harris.
  • Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls –  Bear Grylls releases another interactive special, but this time he’s collaborating with superstar Ranveer Singh.
  • Capitani (season 2) – Police inspector Luc Capitani returns for another mystery.
  • How to Build a Sex Room – a new reality series; you can guess the rest.
  • Incantation – a horror film that centers on a cursed video.
  • Jewel – an original South African film following a photographer drawn to a local woman while visiting a massacre memorial.
  • The Longest Night – a promising crime series with a group of men aiming to capture an incarcerated serial killer from a psychiatric prison.

July 11

  • Team Zenko Go – a family animated series following stealthy do-gooders who perform anonymous acts of kindness.
  • For Jojo – a drama film surrounding two childhood friends, with one of the friends trying to stop the other one from getting married.
  • Valley of the Dead – a new original zombie film!

July 12

  • Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks – the comedian returns with another Netflix comedy special.
  • How to Change Your Mind – a following award-winning author Micahel Pollan based on his 2018 book looks at how we can alter the mind with substances.
  • My Daughter’s Killer – a documentary following a father seeking justice by finding his daughter’s murderer.

July 13

  • Big Timber (season 2) – time for more wood fun in this Netflix reality series.
  • D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! – a new true-crime series following the 1971 skyjacker that parachuted off a plane with stolen cash. His identity remained a compelling mystery.
  • Hurts Like Hell – a docuseries documenting illegal gambling to match-fixing in the world of the sport of Muay Thai.
  • Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres – it’s all in the title. A new documentary.
  • Sintonia (season 3) – the Brazillian teen drama returns for a third season.
  • Under the Amalfi Sun – a romantic comedy film on the picturesque Amalfi Coast.

July 14

  • Resident Evil — A new TV adaptation of the long-running video game IP, this one in live-action and set 14 years after a viral apocalypse. Lance Reddick is the big-name star.
  • Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight – another installment series of Kung Fu Panda. 

July 15

  • Farzar — An adult sci-fi animated comedy series from the team behind Paradise PD, also starring Lance Reddick.
  • Persuasion — Dakota Johnson heads the cast of Carrie Cracknell’s film version of Jane Austen’s novel.
  • Remarriage & Desires – an original South Korean Netflix K-Drama series about wealthy high-class individuals signing up for a matchmaking company called Rex that specializes in marriage or remarriage. Expect romance and revenge.
  • Alba – a drama series following a rape victim who is assaulted by her boyfriend’s friends but has little memory of it.
  • Country Queen – a series following a Nairobi event planner returning to her village after 10 years and confronting her past.
  • Mom, Don’t Do That! – a comedy series about a widowed mother looking to find love again despite her daughter’s objections. Based on a true story.
  • Love Goals – a Hindi rom-com film about a magician needing to win a local football tournament in order to marry the girl he loves.

July 18

  • Too Old for Fairy Tales – a family film following a spoiled gamer wanting to compete in a tournament.
  • Live Is Life – a film based on a book following five friends reuniting for one final adventure.
  • My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along – the popular kids series returns with a sing-along.
  • StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing – the popular kids series returns with plenty to learn, laugh and sing about.

July 19

  • David A. Arnold: It Ain’t for the Weak SPECIAL – a Netflix comedy special hosted by comedian David A. Arnold.

July 20

  • Virgin River (Season 4) — The fourth outing of the popular romantic drama series based on the Virgin River novels by Robyn Carr.
  • Bad Exorcist – a new comedy animated series following an exorcist-to-hire.
  • Uncle From Another World – a new Netflix anime series – an uncle wakes up after 17 years of being in a coma with an unrecognizable language and magical powers.
  • Indian Predator: The Butcher Of Delhi – a true crime series of a gruesome killer.

July 21

  • Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Season 5) — The fifth season of the family-friendly animated series set in the Jurassic World universe.

July 22

  • The Grey Man — Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans star in Netflix’s most expensive movie to date, a spy thriller co-written and directed by the Russo Brothers.
  • Blown Away (season 3) – the creative reality series returns.

July 25

  • Gabby’s Dollhouse (season 5) – a fifth season for the popular kids’ show!

July 26

  • Di4ries – a family series centering on teenagers at a middle school.

July 27

  • Car Masters: Rust to Riches (season 4) – car lovers rejoice! This brilliant reality series returns.
  • Dream Home Makeover (season 3) – gain inspiration for your home with this intriguing reality series.
  • Rebelde (season 2) – the Mexican teen drama series returns with the characters enjoying more musical rivalries at school.
  • Pipa – a film about an ex-cop having to revisit a dark world she left behind.

July 28

  • Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation – a reboot series that was grabbed by Netflix.
  • Another Self – a Turkish series following three women who support each other over the years.
  • Keep Breathing – a limited series about a woman’s fight for survival set in the remote Canadian frontier.

July 29

  • The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem — The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem is an Israeli television series, based on a book of the same name by Sarit Yishai Levy.
  • Purple Hearts — The story of aspiring singer-songwriter Cassie (Sofia Carson) and marine Luke (Nicholas Galitzine), who in spite of their many differences and against all odds, fall hopelessly in love.
  • Uncoupled– Neil Patrick Harris stars as a 40-something New Yorker whose seemingly perfect life comes to an end when his husband of 17 years abruptly leaves him in a new comedy series from Darren Star.
  • Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time – a new Netflix anime series.
  • The Entitled – an original film of a woman learning that her estranged father is a hotel mogul, and with her new lifestyle, bumbles across a charming lawyer.
  • Fanático – a comedy series following an unconditional fan who impersonates his new idol following his death.
  • Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series – a British teen thriller that follows a group of schoolgirls who form a group to expose bullies.

That’s everything original that’s coming to Netflix in July 2022, not including a plethora of licensed content. You can check out all of this content and plenty more besides with a subscription to Netflix.

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