What?s New on Netflix: July 2020
Jun 27 2020

What’s New on Netflix: July 2020

By: Caroline Hebert

This July, Netflix is bringing us new shows and movies to fill our social distancing time. Whatsonnetflix.com has provided a full list of new entertainment that is coming out on each day of July.

July 1 has many releases, which range from an Anne Frank narrative to romantic dramas such as A Walk to Remember to comedies like I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, featuring Adam Sandler and Kevin James. Netflix will also add crime dramas such as Deadwind and Heist, war movies like A Bridge Too Far, and family movies such as Charlotte's Web and Fiddler on the Roof. Ali, a biopic on Muhammad Ali starring Will Smith, will also be released on July 1. For a binge night, you and your family can watch all three of The Karate Kid movies.

Hunter in the Blue Side of Manchester, a drama about a graduate taking on the job of being a reporter for an English soccer team, will appear on Netflix on July 2.

On July 3, Netflix is releasing The Baby-Sitters Club, which is a reboot of the classic kids' series.

Penalty, an Indian sports movie, will be released on the 4th.

July 5, the drama ONLY, which is about a mysterious virus that emerges and is lethal to the world's female population, will be on Netflix.

For Reese Witherspoon fans, the rom-com How Do You Know will be released on July 7.

Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado is coming to Netflix July 8. The documentary is about a well-known Puerto Rican television personality.

Down to Earth with Zac Efron and the Netflix original The Old Guard will both be available on July 10.

The Business of Drugs, alimited series by Netflix, is coming to your screen on July 14.

The beloved The Notebook is returning to Netflix on the 18th. The Last Dance, the EPSN docu-series on the Chicago Bulls during the 80s and 90s featuring Michael Jordan, will be released July 19.

For all the foodies out there, Street Food: Latin America is coming out on the 21st.

The Kissing Booth 2, the sequel of a teen rom-com, will be released on the 24th.

Banana Split, a comedy movie starring Dylan Sprouse, will arrive July 26.

Final seasons for Last Chance U and Shameless will also be released at the end of July.

With dozens of more shows and movies being released this month, your monthly subscription (or your friend's account that you use) will be put to great use in the month of July.


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