What’s Coming to Netflix in July 2020
Welcome to the most complete look at what’s coming to Netflix US for the month of July 2020. We’ll be taking you through all the new movies, documentaries and TV series set to release throughout the month.
You can also keep a track of all the Netflix Originals due out in July in our ongoing preview here. Also, make sure you haven’t missed any of the June 2020 Netflix releases.
Finally, Netflix giveth but Netflix also taketh away. Check out what’s leaving throughout July 2020 here and do make sure you check it out as it’s going to be a big month for removals.
Please note: this post is a super early glimpse as to what’s coming and does not reflect the full list. We’ll be updating every couple of days with newly announced titles and towards the middle to end of June, we’ll get an expanded list from Netflix themselves. The full list has been promised to release between June 22nd and June 26th.
Full List of What’s Coming to Netflix in July 2020
Please note: release dates on Netflix are subject to change.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 1st
In total – over 70 new releases hit Netflix on July 1st, 2020. Full list of the July 1st additions.
- Abby Hatcher (Season 1) – Animated kids series (32 episodes) about a young girl and her fuzzy friend heading out on adventures.
- A Bridge Too Far (1977) – Classic war movie from the late 70s.
- Anne Frank – Parallel Stories (2019) – Helen Mirren narrates various stories of women that survived the holocaust.
- A Thousand Words (2012) – Eddie Murphy comedy.
- A Touch of Green (Season 1) – Taiwanese war drama series telling the story of pilots and their families in WW2.
- A Walk to Remember (2002) – Romantic drama from Adam Shankman about two North Carolina teens.
- Airplane! (1980) – Classic laugh out loud comedy.
- Ali (2001) – Biopic on Muhammed Ali starring Will Smith.
- Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) – Animated Batman movie from the early 90s.
- Charlotte’s Web (2006) – Talking animal family comedy.
- Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt (Season Two) N – More animated adventures with the clever monkey.
- Clash of the Titans (1981) – Desmond Davis directed family adventure.
- Cleo & Cuquin (Season 1) – Kids animated series.
- Cloud Atlas (2012) – Warner Brothers Wachowski multiple reality epic.
- David Foster: Off the Record (2019) – Music documentary on David Foster.
- Deadwind (Season 2) N – Finnish crime drama.
- Definitely, Maybe (2008) – Ryan Reynolds rom-com
- Delta Farce (2007) – War comedy.
- Donnie Brasco (1997) – Biopic starring Al Pacino and Johnny Depp.
- Double Jeopardy (1999) – Crime drama starring Tommy Lee Jones where a woman is framed for her husband’s murder and must clear her name.
- Fiddler on the Roof (1971) – Family musical classic.
- Frida (2002) – Biopic on Frida Kahlo portrayed by Salma Hayek.
- Heist (AKA Bus 657) (2015) – Robert De Niro thriller about a robbery that ultimately goes wrong.
- I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007) – Adam Sandler and Kevin James rom-com.
- Killing Hasselhoff (2017) – Ken Jeoung and David himself star in this comedy about a nightclub owner resorting to desperate measures in order to pay off a loan shark.
- Kingdom (Seasons 1-3) – Audience Network series starring Frank Grillo about an MMA trainer.
- Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004) – Jim Carrey’s adaptation of the Unfortunate Events novels.
- Mean Streets (1973) – Martin Scorsese epic starring Robert De Niro.
- Million Dollar Baby (2004) – Clint Eastwood boxing movie.
- Paranormal Activity (2007) – Horror phenomenon.
- Patriots Day (2016) – Mark Wahlberg stars as a Boston police officer who was active during the real-world events of the Boston Marathon Bomber.
- Poltergeist – Unclear what version
- Quest for Camelot (1998) – Classic Warner Brothers animated movie.
- Red Riding Hood (2011) – Horror retelling of the classic kids tale starring Amanda Seyfried.
- Resgate – Thriller about a man released from prison to find his mother in deep debt.
- RIDE ON TIME (Season 1) – Japanese docu-series looking at the male music group.
- Say I Do: Surprise Weddings (Season 1) N – Reality series where couples overcome obstacles to win their dream wedding.
- Schindler’s List (1993) – Seven Oscar-winning movie starring Liam Neeson.
- Sleepless in Seattle (1993) – Romantic comedy starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.
- Sleepy Hollow (1999) – Tim Burton directed fantasy horror starring Johnny Depp
- Spaceballs (1987) – Sci-fi comedy written, directed and starring Mel Brooks.
- Splice (2009) – Horror about two doctors creating a hybrid animal for medical use but it all goes horribly wrong.
- Stardust (2007) – Fantasy movie starring Charlie Cox, Claire Danes and Robert De Niro.
- Starsky & Hutch – Unclear which version
- Sucker Punch (2011) – A girl heads into an alternative reality as she plans her escape. Directed and written by Zack Snyder.
- Swordfish (2001) – Warner Brothers crime thriller starring John Travolta.
- The Art of War (2000) – Wesley Snipes action epic.
- The Devil’s Advocate (1997) – Mystery thriller starring Keanu Reeves.
- The F**k-It List (2020) – High school comedy
- The Firm – Unclear what version
- The Governor (Season 1) – Nigerian political thriller.
- The Karate Kid Trilogy – Three movies include:
- The Karate Kid Part I
- The Karate Kid Part II
- The Karate Kid Part III
- The Town (2010) – Oscar-nominated movie from Ben Affleck starring himself, Rebecca Hall and Jon Hamm. Follows the planning of a new job by a notorious thief.
- The Witches (1990) – Adaptation of the classic Roald Dahl tale.
- This Christmas (2007) – Regina King holiday-themed comedy.
- Total Recall (1990) – Arnold Schwarzenegger sci-fi.
- Trotro (Season 1) – Kids animated series.
- Under the Riccione Sun (2020) N – Italian romantic teenage drama movie.
- Unsolved Mysteries (Season 15) N – A reboot of the classic series where it looks into several unsolved cases and paranormal stories. Produced by the team behind Stranger Things.
- Winchester (2018) – Helen Mirren stars in this biopic of the firearm heiress Sarah Winchester.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 2nd
- Hunter in the Blue Side of Manchester (2020) – Drama about a graduate taking on the job of being a reporter for an English soccer team.
- Supermarket Sweep (Collection 1) – Classic gameshow madness.
- Thiago Ventura: POKAS (2020) N – Brazillian stand-up special
- Warrior Nun (Season 1) N – As we reported first, Warrior Nun is the brand new comic adaptation coming to Netflix.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 3rd
- Cable Girls (Season 5B) N – The final episodes of the Spanish period drama series about phone operators in Madrid.
- Desperados (2020) N – Comedy directed by LP starring Anna Camp.
- I Am Not Your Negro (2016) – Documentary based on the novel Remember This House looking at race in modern America.
- JU-ON: Origins (Season 1) N – The Grudge is rebooted into a serialized Japanese format.
- Southern Survival (Season 1) N – Reality survival series.
- Sugar Rush (2019) – Nigerian comedy.
- The Baby-Sitters Club (Season 1) N – Reboot of the classic kids series.
- The Perfect Picture: Ten Years Later (2019) – Rom-com from Ghana.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 4th
- Hook (Season 1) – Weekly K-drama series starts on Netflix
- Penalty (2019) – Indian sports movie
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 5th
- ONLY (2019) – A mysterious virus emerges that’s lethal to the world’s female population.
- The Underclass (Season 1) – Weekly K-drama high school drama.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 6th
- A Kid from Coney Island (2019) – Documentary that looks into the career of Stephon Marbury.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 7th
- How Do You Know (2010) – Ensemble rom-com featuring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson and Jack Nicholson.
- Jim Jefferies: Intolerant (2020) N – Australian comic’s fourth Netflix Original stand-up special.
- The Lorax (2012) – The return of the animated adaptation of the Dr. Seuss book.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 8th
- Born Racer (2018) – Bryn Evans motorsport documentary.
- Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado (2020) N – Documentary on a well-known Puerto Rican television personality.
- Stateless (Limited Series) N – New Australian limited series starring Yvonne Strahovski about a detention center.
- The Long Dumb Road (2018) – Comedy starring Jason Mantzoukas about two guys who decide to road trip across the American Southwest.
- Was It Love? (Season 1 – New Episodes Weekly) N – Romantic South-Korean comedy with weekly episode drops.
- Yu-Gi-Oh! (Season 1) – Anime series back on Netflix after being removed in June 2020.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 9th
- Japan Sinks: 2020 (Season 1) N – Originally timed for the Olympics, this anime series follows different families following earthquakes.
- The Protector (Season 4) N – The final season of the Turkish drama.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 10th
- Dating Around: Brazil (Season 1) N – Reality regional spinoff for Dating Around set in Brazil aka O Crush Perfeito.
- Down to Earth with Zac Efron (Season 1) N – Travel documentary from Zac Efron looking for new healthy ways of living.
- Hello Ninja (Season 3) N – More adventures with Wesley and Georgie in this animated kids series.
- Hole in the Wall – A man embarks on a road trip with his son through South Africa.
- Mama’s Boy (2018) – Arabic comedy.
- The Claudia Kishi Club (2020) N – Documentary short looking into the character from Baby-Sitters Club.
- The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants in Space (Season 1) N – New spin-off of the Captain Underpants Dreamworks series.
- The Old Guard (2020) N – Netflix’s big action blockbuster for the summer from Charlize Theron.
- The Twelve (Season 1) – Thriller series from Belgium aka De Twaalf.
- Your Excellency (2019) – Nollywood political thriller.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 14th
- The Business of Drugs (Limited Series) N – Documentary series.
- On est ensemble / We Are One (2020) N – Documentary on activists starring in a music video.
- Urzila Carlson: Overqualified Loser (2020) N – Stand-up special from New Zealand comic.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 15th
- Cold Feet (2019) – Nigerian movie about a surprise trip for a wedding anniversary.
- Dark Desire (Season 1) N – Spanish version of You. Also known as Oscuro Deseo.
- Gli Infedeli / The Players (2020) N – Italian comedy
- Skin Decision: Before and After (Season 1) N – Reality series looking into the latest beauty procedures with Dr. Sheila Nazarian.
- Sylvia (2018) – Nigerian romance thriller.
- Sunny Bunnies (Seasons 1-2) – Kids animated series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 16th
- Fatal Affair (2020) N – From the team that bought us Secret Obsession comes a similar thriller starring Omar Epps and Nia Long.
- Indian Matchmaking (Season 1) N – Reality series seeing Sima Taparia match people in the USA and India.
- MILF (2020) N – French comedy.
- Pride & Prejudice (2005) – Keira Knightley period drama.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 17th
- Cursed (Season 1) N – New fantasy series based on the book about the Arthurian legend told from Nimue’s point of view.
- Father Soldier Son (2020) N – Documentary on a returning father from Afghanistan.
- Funan (2018) – Animated war movie.
- In The Dark (Season 2) – The CW’s excellent dark comedy.
- Kissing Game / Boca a Boca (Season 1) N – New Portuguese teen comedy series.
- The Millions (2019) – Nigerian comedy thriller.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 18th
- Gigantosaurus (Season 1) – Disney Junior series on dinosaurs.
- The Notebook (2004) – The romantic movie will be back on Netflix AGAIN.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 19th
- The Last Dance (Limited Series) – EPSN docu-series on the Chicago Bulls during the 80s and 90s featuring Michael Jordan.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 20th
- Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love (Part 2) N – Second part for the teen-sitcom.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 21st
- How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast) (Season 2) N – Hit German comedy series back for season two.
- Ip Man 4: The Finale (2019) – Latest entry in the Cantonese action movie franchise.
- Jack Whitehall: I’m Only Joking (2020) N – Stand-up special from the British comic.
- Street Food: Latin America (Season 1) N – Cooking travel docu-series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 22nd
- 61* (2001) – HBO sports biopic.
- Fear City: New York vs The Mafia (Limited Series) N – True crime docu-series from the creators of Don’t F*** with Cats.
- Love on the Spectrum (Season 1) N – Docu-series exploring how the world of dating is for those on the autistic spectrum.
- Norsemen (Season 3) N – The comedy series from Norway based on Vikings returns.
- Signs (Season 1) N – Polish series police drama.
- The Letter Reader (2019) – South African short.
- The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion (2019) – Documentary on how hip hop changed fashion.
- Spotlight – Unclear what version
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 23rd
- The Larva Island Movie (2020) N – Kids animated movie based on the hit series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 24th
- ¡A cantar! (Sing On! Spain) (Season 1) N – Spanish singing contest reality series.
- Animal Crackers (2017) N – Animated animal comedy featuring the voices of Emily Blunt, Danny DeVito and John Krasinski.
- Dragons: Rescue Riders: Secrets of the Songwing (2020) N – Spin-off to the Dreamworks kids series.
- Nasha Natasha (2016) – Russian documentary.
- Nimbe: The Movie (2019) – Nigerian drama.
- Offering to the Storm / Ofrenda a la tormenta (2020) N – Spanish crime thriller.
- Romance Doll (2020) – Japanese romantic movie.
- Sing On! Spain (Season 1) N – Fast-pace karaoke competition series.
- The Kissing Booth 2 (2020) N – The sequel to the wildly successful teen romantic comedy.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 25th
- Double World (2019) – Mandarin fantasy movie about a young man hoping to compete in a tournament that selects warriors.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 26th
- Banana Split (2018) – Comedy movie starring Dylan Sprouse.
- Shameless (Season 10) – Latest series of Showtime’s comedy.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 28th
- Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons (Season 4) N – Docu-series.
- Jeopardy! (Collection 6) – New episodes of the ABC game show and this collection is the 2016 college championship.
- Last Chance U: Laney (Season 5) N – Final series covering football teams in the US.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 29th
- It’s Her Day – Nollywood rom-com.
- Retablo (2017) – Drama about a young man wanting to follow in his fathers footsteps of being a story-box maker.
- Shine Your Eyes (2020) – Brazillian movie.
- The Hater (2020) N – Polish thriller.
- The Speed Cubers (2020) N – Documentary on Rubik’s cube solvers.
- Tread (2020) – Documentary on a man who fortified a bulldozer and went on a rampage.
- Unlucky Ploy (Season 1 – New Episodes Weekly) – Remake of the Korean comedy drama.
What’s Coming to Netflix on July 30th
- Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie (2020) N – Kids animated special
- The Story of Us (1999) – Bruce Willis and Michelle Pfeiffer romantic comedy directed by Rob Reiner
- Transformers War for Cybertron: Siege (Season 1) N – Animated kids series based on the Hasbro franchise.
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What’s Coming to Netflix on July 31st
- Get Even (Season 1) N – British teen thriller series.
- Latte & the Magic Waterstone (2019) N – Animated featured.
- Seriously Single (2020) N – African comedy.
- The Speed Cubers (2020) N – Documentary short.
- The Umbrella Academy (Season 2) N – The long-awaited second season of the superhero series, The Umbrella Academy.
- Vis a vis: El Oasis (Locked Up) (Season 1) N – Spanish prison drama.
What are you looking forward to watching on Netflix in July? Let us know in the comments. Also, looking ahead? We’ve begun cataloging the August 2020 Originals here we also know of three other titles lined up for August including:
- Killing Hasslehoff (2017) – Rescheduled from July 1st
- Rogue Warfare: The Hunt
- Toradora! (Season 1)