What’s coming to Netflix in August 2022?

July 14, 2022
Jonathon Wilson 0
Netflix, News, Previews, Streaming Service

This article discusses what’s coming to Netflix in August 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 August 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 August 2022?

August 1

Big Tree City — A team of animal heroes with special skills and speedy vehicles work together to keep Big Tree City safe and solve the town’s trickiest problems.

August 2

Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99 — A docu-series is set to examine the culture that created the clusterf**k that was Woodstock ’99.

Ricardo Quevedo: Tomorrow Will Be Worse — Stand-up special.

August 3

Don’t Blame Karma! — When her younger sister and high-school crush get engaged, Sara must find out whether her alleged bad luck is the real culprit behind her misfortunes.

Buba — When a small-town con artist joins the local mafia with his manipulative brother, his obsession with balancing his karma gets hilariously brutal.

Good Morning Veronica (Season 2) — After witnessing a suicide, an unobtrusive police clerk decides to investigate two neglected cases on her own, both involving abused women.

August 4

Kakegurui Twin — Anime series.

Super Giant Robot Brothers — Animated action-adventure streaming television series created by Víctor Maldonado and Alfredo Torres.

Wedding Season– Pressured by their parents to find spouses, Asha and Ravi pretend to date during a summer of weddings, only to find themselves falling for each other.

Lady Tamara — The glamorous life of socialite Tamara Falcó takes center stage in this reality series as she balances work, play and her famous family.

August 5

Carter — A man wakes up missing his memories. Directed by a mysterious voice from a device in his ear, he sets off on a hostage rescue mission rife with danger.

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie — In Nickelodeon’s Rise of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie, the Ninja Turtles are faced with their greatest challenge yet when a mysterious stranger arrives from the future with a dire warning.

The Sandman — A film adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s best-known work.

Darlings — Badru hopes her volatile husband will reform if he stops drinking. But when his rage goes too far, she and her mom boldly, albeit clumsily, seek revenge.

August 6

Reclaim — Shouldering all of her family’s responsibilities, a mother scrambles to find a bigger apartment for her suddenly crowded household.

August 8

Code Name: Emperor — An intelligence agent tasked with incriminating a squeaky-clean politician must decide if there are still some lines he won’t cross.

Team Zenko Go (Season 2) — No good deed is too small for this kind kid squad! Niah, Ari, Ellie and Jax go undercover to help others and squash their town’s problems in secret!

August 9

I Just Killed My Dad — A gripping true-crime documentary series from Skye Borgman, director of the award-winning “Abducted in Plain Sight.”

Iron Chef: Brazil — Spin-off of the popular reality show.

August 10

Indian Matchmaking (Season 2) — You can find our coverage of this show’s first season here.

Instant Dream Home — Another new reality series.

Locke & Key (Season 3) — The third and final season finds the Locke siblings facing a new threat.

School Tales: The Series — Unspeakable horrors roam the halls of high school in this anthology featuring ghost stories directed by seasoned Thai horror directors.

Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist — Through candid interviews the perpetrators of Argentina’s most notorious bank heist detail how and why they pulled off the operation.

Heartsong — While serenading a wedding that quickly implodes, a nomadic musician falls for the bride, who runs afoul of her family. Now he has to save her life.

August 11

DOTA: Dragon’s Blood (Season 3) — Anime based on the video game franchise.

Stay on Board: The Leo Baker Story — Stay on Board is Leo’s journey balancing the gendered world of sports, transition, society, and skate culture, which ultimately leads him to the punkest thing imaginable.

August 12

13: The Musical — After his parents’ divorce, Evan Goldman moves from New York City to small-town Indiana. As his 13th birthday nears, he must master the complex social circles of his new school and win friends by turning his Bar Mitzvah into the coolest party ever.

Day Shift — Jamie Foxx stars as a blue-collar dad who uses a job as a pool cleaner as a cover for his real profession—vampire hunter—in a Netflix comedy that also features Dave Franco and Meagan Good.

Never Have I Ever (Season 4) Love, Victor‘s Michael Cimino joins the cast for the Mindy Kaling-produced high school comedy’s fourth and final season.

A Model Family — After unwittingly stealing money from a cartel, a cash-strapped professor finds the only way to save his broken family is by working as a drug courier.

August 16

Deepa & Anoop – Joined by her color-changing pet elephant, a joyful little girl creates music, merriment and mischief at her Indian family’s Mango Manor hotel.

Untold (Season 2) — The next box of episodes in Netflix’s acclaimed sporting documentary series.

August 17

Unsuspicious — Conned by the same playboy, three women and their families go to his mansion to get answers.

Royalteen — A teenager struggles to keep her scandal-ridden past and a big secret from getting out when she strikes up an unlikely romance with the crown prince.

Look Both Ways — On the eve of her college graduation, Natalie’s life diverges into parallel realities

High Heat — When clues to his brother’s murder lead Poncho to a fire brigade, he joins it to investigate further.

August 18

Tekken: Bloodline — The show will follow longtime Tekken fighter Jin Kazama in his early years as he seeks to avenge his mother’s death. Based on the popular video game series.

Inside the Mind of a Cat Cat experts dive into the mind of the feline to reveal the true capabilities of the pouncing pet in this captivating and cuddly documentary.

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Season 3) — Third season of the acclaimed family animation.

August 19

Kleo — After the fall of the Berlin Wall, a former East German spy resolves to find out who betrayed her and why — and use her lethal skills to exact revenge.

The Girl in the Mirror — After losing her memory in a bizarre accident that kills most of her classmates, Alma tries to unravel what happened that day — and regain her identity.

The Next 365 Days — A follow-up to the previous Netflix erotic thrillers 365 Days and 365 Days: This Day.

The Cuphead Show (Season 2) — Second season of the family animation based on the popular video game.

August 19

Echoes — Identical twins Leni and Gina have secretly switched places for years. But when one sister disappears, both of their lives start to fall apart.

August 20

Fullmetal Alchemist: The Revenge of Scar — When a mysterious figure starts to target State Alchemists for their sins against God, Alchemist Edward Elric and his brother Alphonse are at their most vulnerable, meanwhile the homunculi begin to unveil themselves once again.

August 23

Chad & JT Go Deep — Comedic activists/pranksters Chad Kroeger and JT Parr make their TV debut with a new series produced by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.

Nightmare of the Wolf: Bestiary — Dig into the dark mythological origins of the many monsters — manticores, wraiths, werewolves and more — stalking The WitcherNightmare of the Wolf.

August 24

Lost Ollie — A toy searches the countryside for the young boy who lost him in this family series inspired by the book “Ollie’s Odyssey.”

Running with the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee —  The inventor of one of the most successful (and most hated) pieces of software of all time goes on the run.

Under Fire — At East Bank Station, a close-knit team of firefighters must balance a dangerous, high-stress job, personal challenges and professional setbacks.

Watch Out, We’re Mad — Reboot of the 1970s Bud Spencer and Terence Hill film.

Mo — Comedian Mo Amer, who has appeared in Hulu’s Ramy, stars as a Palestinian refugee now living in Houston with his mother and two siblings in a comedy series that he co-created with Ramy‘s Ramy Youssef.

Queer Eye: Brazil — A spin-off of the highly popular reality series.

Selling the OC — A spin-off of Selling Sunset.

August 25

Angry Birds: Summer Madness (Season 3) — Third season of the animated adaptation of the popular video game franchise.

History 101 (Season 2) — Another outing of the educational series.

Rilakkuma’s Theme Park Adventure — The series depicts an active day of incidents and meetings that take place when Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, Kiiroitori, and Kaoru go play in an amusement park.

That’s Amor — After her job and relationship implode on the same day, Sofia starts from scratch — and meets a dashing Spanish chef who might be her missing ingredient.

August 26

Loving Adults — The first Danish language Netflix film starring award-nominated Dar Salim and Sonja Ricther.

Me Time — Follows a Dad who finds time for himself for the first time in years while his wife and kids are away. He reconnects with a friend for a wild weekend.

Delhi Crime (Season 2) — Following the police force as they investigate high-profile crimes in Delhi, this series has seasons inspired by both real and fictional events.

Seoul Vibe — Seoul Vibe is an upcoming South Korean action film directed by Moon Hyun-sung.

Ludik — To save a kidnapped family member, an enterprising furniture tycoon must use his secret diamond smuggling operation to transport guns across the border.

Partner Track — At an elite NYC law firm, Ingrid Yun fights to make partner — and hold onto her principles — while balancing romance, friends and family…

August 27

Little Women — Korean series adaptation of the iconic story.

August 29

Mighty Express (Season 7) — Catch a ride with the Mighty Express — a team of trains and their kid friends who overcome trouble on the tracks with quick thinking and teamwork!

August 30

I Am A Killer (Season 3) — Death row inmates convicted of capital murder give firsthand accounts of their crimes in this documentary series.

That’s everything original that’s coming to Netflix in August 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.