Netflix has a lot of new content coming out in July, but with so many options, it can be hard to decide what to watch. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 titles to watch on the streaming platform this month.
Whether you’re looking for drama, comedy, fantasy, or family-friendly entertainment, there’s something for everyone on this list.
The Lincoln Lawyer: Season 2 Part 1 (Series)
If you’re a fan of legal thrillers, you won’t want to miss the second season of The Lincoln Lawyer, based on the best-selling novels by Michael Connelly. The series follows Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), a charismatic defense attorney who operates out of the back of his Lincoln Town Car.
In the first part of the second season, Mickey takes on a high-profile murder case that puts him in the crosshairs of a ruthless cartel leader and a corrupt cop. The Lincoln Lawyer: Season 2 Part 1 premieres on July 6.
The Out-Laws (Film)
For a fun comedy with a twist, check out The Out-Laws, a new film that stars Adam Devine as Owen, a bank manager who is about to marry Parker (Nina Dobrev), the daughter of two notorious bank robbers (Pierce Brosnan and Ellen Barkin).
When Owen’s bank is held up by his future in-laws, he becomes their reluctant accomplice in a series of heists and hijinks. The Out-Laws is a hilarious and action-packed film that explores the meaning of family and loyalty. The Out-Laws arrive on July 7.
The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 2 (Series)
The Witcher is one of Netflix’s most popular and acclaimed series, based on the fantasy books by Andrzej Sapkowski and the video games by CD Projekt Red. The series follows Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), a monster hunter who travels the Continent in search of his destiny.
In the second volume of the third season, Geralt faces new enemies and allies, while his adopted daughter Ciri (Freya Allan) learns more about her magical heritage and her connection to the mysterious Elder Blood. The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 2 drops on July 27.
The Dragon Prince: Season 5 (Kids & Family)
If you’re looking for a family-friendly show that appeals to both kids and adults, you can’t go wrong with The Dragon Prince, an animated series created by Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond. The series is set in a fantasy world where humans and elves are at war over a powerful artifact called the Dragon Prince.
The series follows the adventures of Callum (Jack De Sena), Ezran (Sasha Rojen), and Rayla (Paula Burrows), three young heroes who try to end the conflict and restore peace. The Dragon Prince: Season 5 debuts on July 22.
Survival of the Thickest (Series)
For a reality show that will make you laugh and cry, tune in to Survival of the Thickest, a new series that follows comedian Michelle Buteau as she navigates her career, family, and personal life. Buteau is known for her hilarious stand-up specials and appearances on shows like The Circle and First Wives Club.
In Survival of the Thickest, she gives viewers an unfiltered look at her struggles and successes as a plus-sized woman of color in Hollywood. Survival of the Thickest premieres on July 13.
Netflix July Shows
Still can’t decide what to watch? Take a pick from the list of shows coming to Netflix in July.
Top pick of the month
- Seasons (Film) – July 7
After a string of failed relationships, two best friends make a deal to take risks and look for love again — but they might just find it in each other.
Love is all around
- The Out-Laws (Film) – July 7
When the bank Owen manages gets robbed just days before his wedding, all the evidence points in one incredibly awkward direction: his future in-laws. Adam Devine and Nina Dobrev star with Pierce Brosnan and Ellen Barkin in this action comedy.
- Survival of the Thickest (Series) – July 13
After a bad breakup, passionate stylist Mavis Beaumont seizes the opportunity to start over in life and love while finding happiness on her own terms.
- Sweet Magnolias: Season 3 (Series) – July 20
In the aftermath of the fight at Sullivan’s, the Magnolias face new struggles as heartache and family drama put their relationships to the test.
- Happiness For Beginners (Film) – July 27
Helen has always lived her life as far from the edge as possible. Newly divorced, she joins a quirky group of strangers on a survival course for the “Adventure of a Lifetime” with the hope of learning how to live — and love — again.
- StoryBots: Answer Time: Season 2 (Kids & Family) – July 10
The ‘Bots are back to answer more curious questions from kids like you, like how do bubbles form? Why does the moon change shape? And how is glass made?
- Sonic Prime: Season 2 (Kids & Family) – July 13
With the help of his ragtag group of Shatterverse allies, Sonic battles the Chaos Council for control of the powerful Paradox Prism, one Shard at a time.
- Dew Drop Diaries (Kids & Family) – July 24
From finding lost items to cleaning up messes, three fairies-in-training love looking after kids in their care as they work toward earning their wings.
- The Dragon Prince: Season 5 (Kids & Family) – Coming Soon
The search for Aaravos’ prison sends Rayla, Callum, and Ezran on an epic journey across land and sea, while conflict roils the Sunfire elves’ kingdom.
- The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 2 (Series) – July 27
Destiny brought them together. Dangerous forces are trying to tear them apart. Geralt and Yennefer fight to keep Ciri safe as war brews on the Continent.
- Today We’ll Talk About That Day (Film) – July 27
The lives of Narendra and Ajeng intersect for the first time as past and present come together in this prequel to “One Day We’ll Talk About Today.”
- D.P.: Season 2 (Series) – July 28
After a shocking tragedy turns their lives upside down, Jun-ho and Ho-yeol return to capture more military deserters — only to face unexpected danger.
- The Lincoln Lawyer: Season 2 Part 1 (Series) – July 6
With his firm in high demand and the team busier than ever, Mickey gets entangled with a woman who soon becomes a client when she’s charged with murder.
- Burn the House Down (Series) – July 13
To uncover the truth about the fire that ruined her family 13 years ago, Anzu goes undercover as a housekeeper for the icy mistress of the Mitarai home.
- The Uncanny Counter: Season 2 (Series) – July 29
Armed with new powers and fresh recruits, the Counters continue their battle against evil demons who feed on humans.
- Boruto: Naruto Next Generations: Season 3 – July 1
Now a full-fledged genin, Boruto and Team 7 continue their training under the guidance of Konohamaru, embarking on missions to hone their ninja skills.
- My Happy Marriage (Series) – July 5
Miyo’s abusive family deems her worthless – but together with her powerful husband-to-be, her true self and hidden powers slowly begin to shine.
- Hack My Home (Series) – July 7
A team of four design wizards dreams up space-maximizing solutions and ingenious engineering ideas to transform families’ homes in inventive ways.
- Nineteen to Twenty (Series) – July 11
A group of young adults shares their last week of teens and first week of twenties together — experiencing freedom and all the “firsts” of adulthood.
- Quarterback (Series) – July 12
Go inside the huddle and into the homes of three NFL quarterbacks in this candid docuseries tracing their 2022-23 season.
- Baki Hanma: Season 2: The Tale of Pickle & The Pickle War Saga (Series) – July 26
They revived a human who shouldn’t even exist; a prehistoric man so powerful, he once preyed on Jurassic dinosaurs — and Baki can’t wait to fight him.
- Missing: The Lucie Blackman Case (Documentary) – July 26
July 1, 2000. British 21-year-old Lucie Blackman goes missing in Tokyo, sparking an international investigation — and a years-long quest for justice.
- How to Become a Cult Leader (Documentary) – July 28
Disguised as a guidebook for capturing a devoted cult following, this docuseries takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the rise of six famed flock leaders.
- The Murderer (Film) – Coming soon
After a string of deaths in a small provincial town, a determined detective attempts to uncover the killer — and British expat Earl is the prime suspect.
These are just some of the titles that you can watch on Netflix this month. For more options, check out Netflix’s official website or browse through their catalog on your device.