Netflix in July 2021 -The Full List Movies and Shows

Welcome to an early look at what’s coming to Netflix in July 2021 for those in the United States which is jam-packed with new Netflix Original and licensed movies and TV shows. Here’s everything currently set to hit Netflix throughout July.

Wanting to look even further ahead? We’ve got a Netflix Original preview for August but beyond that we’ve got two big previews for upcoming movies and upcoming shows too.

Now let’s dive into what’s new on Netflix for July 2021.

Full List of Movies and Shows on Netflix in July 2021

July 1st

Audible (2021) (Netflix Original) – Documentary on a deaf school’s football team.

Generation 56k (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Italian romantic comedy.

Hampstead (2017) – Romantic comedy about an American woman who falls in love with a man who helps him. Directed by Joel Hopkins.

Underworld: Awakening (2012) – Fantasy horror movie starring Kate Beckinsale.

Young Royals (Season 1) (Netflix Original)

Sword of Trust (2019) – Comedy movie with a big twist.

Dynasty Warriors (2021) (Netflix Original)

Ophelia (2018) – A modern remake of Hamlet.

The Best of Enemies (2019) – Biopic of civil rights activist Ann Atwater.

The Bureau of Magical Things (Season 1) – Australian fantasy series.

July 2nd

Mortel (Season 2) (Netflix Original) – French horror-fantasy series returns with its new season

Fear Street: 1994 (2021) (Netflix Original) – First part of the Fear Street trilogy.

Haseen Dillruba (2021) (Netflix Original) – Indian romantic thriller movie.

The 8th Night (2021) (Netflix Original) – Korean horror movie.

July 4th

We the People (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Musical short series.

July 8th

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Animated horror series based on the popular video game series Resident Evil. The story is adapted from Resident Evil 4 and 5.

July 9th

Atypical (Season 4) (Netflix Original) – The finale of the coming-of-age comedy series telling of a boy with autism spectrum disorder, who wants to be independent.

Virgin River (Season 3) (Netflix Original) – American drama series that tells about a nurse who moves away to a remote town.

Biohackers (Season 2) (Netflix Original) – The second season of the German thriller series.

Fear Street Part 2: 1978 (2021) (Netflix Original) – The second part of the Fear Street trilogy.

July 13th

Naomi Osaka (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Limited docuseries on successful tennis player Naomi Osaka.

July 14th

A Classic Horror Story (2021) (Netflix Original) – Italian horror movie.

July 16th

Fear Street Part 3: 1666 (2021) (Netflix Original) – The last part of the Fear Street trilogy.

July 17th

Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens (2021) (Netflix Original) – An Indonesian comedy movie about a boy who moves to New York.

July 21st

Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans (2021) (Netflix Original)

July 23rd

Masters of the Universe: Revelation (Part 1) (Netflix Original) – The first five episodes of the animation revival of He-Man.

Sky Rojo (Season 2) (Netflix Original) – The second half of the Spanish-language series produced by the creator of Money Heist.

July 29th

Resort to Love (2021) (Netflix Original) – Romcom directed by Steven K. Tsuchida.

July 30th

The Last Mercenary (2021) (Netflix Original) – French action-comedy.

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Detailed Information of Original Movies and Shows on Netflix

1. Audible (2021) (Netflix Original)

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Photo: Observer

Netflix’s coming-of-age documentary “Audible,” which world premiered this week at Hot Docs Film Festival, follows Maryland School for the Deaf high school athlete Amaree McKenstry and his close friends during their senior year. Director Matt Ogens speaks to Variety about the film, whose exec producers include actor Peter Berg, the Emmy nominated creator of “Friday Night Lights,” and deaf actor and model Nyle DiMarco, winner of “America’s Next Top Model” and “Dancing With the Stars,” and a deaf community activist.

Ogens, whose credits include Emmy winner “From Harlem With Love” and Emmy nominated “Why We Fight,” grew up about 30 miles from Maryland School for the Deaf, and his best friend since the age of eight is deaf, so he knew of the deaf community through his friend and knew of the school.

2. Generation 56k (Season 1) (Netflix Original)

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Netflix has ordered a new Italian original series titled “Generation 56K” from Cattleya, the Italian “Gomorrah” producer, backed by the U.K.’s ITV Studios.

The eight-episode show is made in collaboration with The Jackal, a collective of Italian comedians that launched on YouTube more than a decade ago and have since entered the mainstream having made several films and worked with public broadcaster RAI.

The series, which targets thirty-somethings, revolves around a group of teens who in the late aughts were “overwhelmed by the arrival of the internet on the threshold of adolescence,” according to promotional materials. The title refers to the watershed dial-up modem speed of new generation modems in the latter 2000s.

3. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (Season 1) (Netflix Original)

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Netflix has confirmed that Infinite Darkness will debut on 8 July 2021. As is standard for Netflix, it's expected that every episode will drop at once that day.

It’s worth noting that the latest entry in the game saga, Resident Evil: Village, just launched on 7 May, and there's also a new live action movie, Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City, which reboots the entire film franchise and has been confirmed to open in cinemas on 3 September 2021, so we're getting a full summer of zombies.

4. A Classic Horror Story (2021) (Netflix Original)

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Photo: Netflix

Netflix has dropped a teaser-trailer for Italian chiller “A Classic Horror Story,” which appears to reference Italy’s past horror masters like Dario Argento and Mario Bava but also looks like it will break new ground.

The creepy pic, set to launch globally on the streamer July 14, is co-directed by young helmers Roberto De Feo and Paolo Strippoli. De Feo’s directorial debut, gothic chiller “The Nest,” launched in 2019 from the Locarno Film Festival and played on its 8,000-seat Piazza Grande dedicated to crowdpleasers. Strippoli is at his first feature film.

“A Classic Horror Story” sees five carpoolers travel in a motorhome to reach a common destination. Night falls and to avoid a dead animal carcass, they crash into a tree. When they come to their senses, they find themselves in the middle of nowhere. The road they were traveling on has disappeared and there is only a dense, impenetrable forest and a wooden house in the middle of a clearing, which they discover is the home of a spine-chilling cult.

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