Running out of shows and movies to watch? Netflix’s July lineup includes a slew of horror films, well-loved American TV series both old and new, action-packed movies, and feel-good titles to make up your entire month. Whether you want to fall in love, get hyped up, or get scared, these shows have got you covered.
Was it Love? (July 3)
Song Ji-Hyo portrays No Ae Jung, a single mother who works as a producer for a movie company. When four very different men appear in her life, Ae Jung, who hasn’t dated in years, begins to rediscover love and gets to know herself better. Add this new K-Drama series on your binge-watch list!
Little Women (July 9)
As Jo March (Saoirse Ronan) makes her way in New York as a determined young writer, she reflects back at the tough yet tender times she spent with her three spirited sisters and a close friend. Amy March (Florence Pugh) studies painting in Paris, Meg March (Emma Watson) enjoys a simple married life with a schoolteacher, Beth March (Eliza Scanlen) contracts an illness that brings her family back together, and their childhood friend Laurie (Timotheé Chalamet) tries to escape the heartbreak from a rejected proposal.
The Kissing Booth 2 (July 24)
If you enjoyed the first installment of this movie, you’re in for a treat. In this sequel, high school senior Elle (Joey King) juggles a long-distance relationship with Noah (Jacob Elordi), college apps, and a new friendship that could change everything.
Grey’s Anatomy (July 25)
Grey’s Anatomy fans will be delighted to know that they can finally stream all 15 seasons of the epic medical drama on Netflix, starting July 25. Basically, it means you can relieve the emotional rollercoaster journey once again. For those who haven’t watched the show, now is your chance to dive deep into the lives of the group of doctors at Seattle Grace Hospital. Plus, you’ll get to meet McDreamy and McSteamy.
New Girl (July 25)
Zooey Deschanel stars as single schoolteacher Jessica Day, who moves in with three guys after having her heart broken by her latest beau. Even though the series ended two years ago, it still holds a special place in the hearts of fans. Where else can you find someone as swoon-worthy and as perfect as the Nick Miller or as lovely, charming, and quirky as Jess Day? Their group of friends will make you want to meet with your barkada soon enough.
The Umbrella Academy (July 31)
The super-powered Hargreeves siblings, now grown apart, must reunite to protect the world. Fans of the hit superhero web television series The Umbrella Academy have been ecstatic since the show announced its second season. Now that it’s finally scheduled to be released on Netflix for 10 episodes, it’s something to look forward to.
The Old Guard (July 10)
A group of mercenaries wields the mysterious ability to heal themselves. Led by a warrior named Andy (Charlize Theron) they fight to protect the mortal world for centuries. But when someone discovers their secret, they must fight to eliminate those who seek to replicate and monetize their power by any means necessary. This heart-pumping action film is based on the graphic novel of the same name by Greg Rucka and directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood.
JU-ON: Origins (July 3)
A paranormal researcher searches obsessively for a cursed home where something terrible happened to a mother and her child long ago. JU-ON: Origins is part of the famous Japanese franchise JU-ON which revolves around arguably the scariest horror movie characters of all time, The Grudge. The series will have six episodes for streaming and will be in Japanese.
Which film or series are you most excited to watch?