New on Netflix in July: Stranger Things 4 and Resident Evil

The action thriller The Gray Man starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans also debuts on Netflix next month

New on Netflix in July
New on Netflix in July
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Now that we’re down to the last few days of June, more streaming fans are starting to wonder what’s new on Netflix in July. Good thing the streamer has recently unveiled the complete list of new content that will be added to its library next month. There are over a hundred new titles in the lineup, but below are some of the shows and films that fans should definitely check out.

What’s new on Netflix in July?

Returning series

Stranger Things 4: Volume 2 will arrive on the streaming giant on July 1st. The last two episodes of Stranger Things season 4 will open with the show’s protagonists still scattered in different parts of the world. Though divided by distance, they are determined to face a frightening future. Netflix describes this new batch of episodes as “the beginning of the end.”

Romantic drama Virgin River returns to Netflix for its season 4 on July 20th. In the show’s new 10-episode run, Mel (Alexandra Breckenridge) navigates her new reality, Jack’s (Martin Henderson) past threatens his future, and new faces arrive to stir things up in the remote titular town.

New Netflix original series

Lana Condor, the star of To All the Boys film series, returns to Netflix for the new comedy miniseries Boo, Bitch, which will premiere on July 8th. Also starring Zoe Colletti, Mason Versaw, and Aparna Brielle, the new show centers on two senior BFFs who make a last-ditch attempt to be seen. But when one of them becomes a ghost, she’ll need to really live her best life — while she can.

The live-action Resident Evil series will drop on the streamer on July 14th. Inspired by Capcom’s massive Resident Evil franchise, the show is set years after a viral outbreak caused a global apocalypse. It follows Jade Wesker who vows to bring down those who are responsible for the outbreak while fighting to survive against the Infected.

Uncoupled, a romantic comedy series starring Neil Patrick Harris, Tisha Campbell, Brooks Ashmanskas, Emerson Brooks, Marcia Gay Harden, and Tuc Watkins, will debut on Netflix on July 29th. The new show centers on a New York City real estate broker who faces the prospect of starting over as a single man in his 40s when his boyfriend of 17 years abruptly moves out.

New Netflix original films

The Flash actor Jordan Fisher stars alongside West Side Story actress Talia Ryder in Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between. Arriving on Netflix on July 6th, the drama film tells the love story of Aidan and Clare, who make a pact to break up before college — no regrets, no broken hearts. But will one epic goodbye date offer them a last chance at love?

Meanwhile, the animated movie The Sea Beast is set to drop on the streamer on July 8th. Featuring the voices of Karl Urban, Zaris-Angel Hator, Jared Harris, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, and Dan Stevens, the family movie tells the adventures of a young girl who stows away on the ship of a legendary sea monster hunter who launches an epic journey into uncharted waters.

Another drama film titled Persuasion will be released on Netflix on July 15th. Based on the novel of the same name by Jane Austen, the movie tells the story of Anne Elliot who was persuaded not to marry a dashing man of humble origins. But eight years later, they meet again. Directed by Carrie Cracknell, the movie stars Dakota Johnson, Cosmo Jarvis, Nikki Amuka-Bird, with Richard E. Grant, and Henry Golding.

The most high-profile movie coming out on Netflix next month is The Gray Man. Set to debut on July 22nd, the action thriller is directed by Anthony and Joe Russo and stars Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jessica Henwick, and Regé-Jean Page, among many others. Based on the 2009 novel of the same name by Mark Greaney, The Gray Man follows a shadowy CIA agent who is being hunted across the globe by a sociopathic rogue operative after discovering damning agency secrets.

Find out more series, films, and specials coming to Netflix in July in the video below: