Netflix shows Summer is officially fully swing because the calendar turns to July, but Netflix shows no signs of slowing down, with a full slate of series to fit your every mood, from sketch comedy and adolescent antics to romance, documentary, and beyond. Here are the new and returning series we’re most looking forward to watching on the streamer this July:
Young Royals (NEW series)
Netflix shows Elite introduced a prince in season four, and if you’ve got a hankering for an additional scandalous YA series that sees duty including horny teens, Netflix has just the new Swedish drama to scratch that itch. Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding, looking sort of a young Jared Padalecki) is obtainable the prospect to experience a life free from obligations when he arrives at the distinguished Hillerska private school , but when he unexpectedly becomes next in line to the throne, it throws his current life (and romantic entanglements) for a curve.
Available Dominion Day
We the People (NEW series)
Netflix shows Debuting on Independence Day , We the People is Barack and Michelle Obama’s answer to Schoolhouse Rock, fpresenting civics-oriented music and vocable from H.E.R., Janelle Monáe, Brandi Carlile, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Adam Lambert, Cordae, Bebe Rexha, KYLE, Andra Day, and poet Amanda Gorman. Not just aimed toward a younger generation, the animated special is meant to be a call to arms exploring what citizenship means in 2021 and the way to form your voice heard.
Available Independence Day
I Think you ought to Leave with Tim Robinson, Season 2
Netflix shows The first season of Tim Robinson’s hilarious sketch comedy series debuted in 2019, giving us “Baby of the Year,” Will Forte as a nightmare seatmate on a plane, and therefore the genius “Focus Group.” Another one among the simplest sketches has become shorthand for somebody who refuses to simply accept the results of their actions, and therefore the image of Robinson wearing a hot dog suit is a perfect meme for the recent political climate. The new season promises to feature more absurd situations, clueless characters, and guest stars including Bob Odenkirk.
Available July 6
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (NEW series)
Netflix shows Not content with shipping 110 million copies worldwide and producing seven movies — including the forthcoming Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City — the favored computer game series and media franchise is making its small screen debut during this CG serialized drama. Set between the Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5 video games, Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield take center stage during a story that involves the White House.
Available July 8
Atypical, Season 4
Netflix shows The fourth and final season of Atypical follows Sam (Keir Gilchrist) as he moves out of the Gardner family home and into an apartment together with his ally Zahid (Nik Dodani), a transition that greatly worries his overprotective mother Elsa (Jennifer Jason Leigh). Meanwhile, his sister Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine) hasn’t begin to their father (Michael Rappaport) yet.
Available July 9
Virgin River, Season 3
Netflix shows When Mel (Alexandra Breckenridge) moved to a foreign Northern California town, she thought she was escaping the drama in her life. Three seasons in, it’s clear that wasn’t to be. Love interest Jack (Martin Henderson) was shot at the top of season two, and therefore the pair have more obstacles to surmount this season — including the question of getting children.
Available July 9
Naomi Osaka (NEW series)
Netflix shows Four-time tennis slam champion Naomi Osaka is about to return to the court later this month to compete at the Olympics in Tokyo, but first she’ll be the topic of an intimate three-part original docuseries. instead of follow a standard sports documentary format, the series follows the star player as she explores her cultural roots and navigates the challenges of using her voice as a rising leader.
Available July 13
Never Have I Ever, Season 2
Netflix shows Indian American high schooler Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) finds herself stuck within the middle of a love triangle with two appealing options as Never Have I Ever embarks on its sophomore season. One is that the guy she has long had a crush on, the opposite is that the verbal sparring mate she barely realized she has feelings for. Romantic quandaries aren’t the sole obstacle because the pressures of highschool and conflicts reception still factor. Thankfully Devi’s best friends Eleanor (Romona Young) and Fabiola (Lee Rodriguez) are available to supply support, while also handling new relationships of their own.
Available July 15
Sexy Beasts (NEW series)
Netflix shows Love on Netflix has been blind and too hot to handle, and now there’s this: couples are tasked with finding love while wearing Masked Singer-style masks. Producers say the premise puts personality first and removes superficial first impressions, but we all know the important payoff are going to be what happens when the masks come off.
Available July 21
Outer Banks , Season 2
Netflix shows Set during a beach vacation destination with many adventure, romance, and delightful sunsets, Outer Banks makes for the perfect summer binge. In season two, the local teens (aka the “Pogues”) are back within the gold game after a near-death escape that sent John B (Chase Stokes) and Sarah (Madelyn Cline) on the run to the Bahamas. The $400 million remains up for grabs, but new foes and old secrets will need to be overcome during this quest of a lifetime.
Available July 30