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Netflix: 15 TV Shows And Movies You Didn’t Know Were Coming In July

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8. Sacred Games

All eight hour-long episodes of this Indian Netflix Original Series will drop on July 6, so get ready to spend the entire day bingeing what promises to be a compelling new psychological drama. Based on the novel of the same name by Vikram Chandra, Sacred Games begins when a cop is tipped off about a Mumbai crime lord, and delves deep into the heart of corruption.

Arriving On Netflix: July 6

7. White Fang

White Fang Netflix Animated

This animated version of the classic Jack London tale premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and Netflix quickly snapped up the rights to the story. Although it is not the first film to adapt the story of a man, his wolf-dog, and gold rush Alaska, the animation here is stunning, and it is sure to introduce a whole new generation to this incredible story.

Arriving On Netflix: July 6

6. How It Ends

The fascination with post apocalyptic scenarios is far from over, and Netflix is joining the fray this month with original movie How It Ends. The film begins with a mysterious apocalyptic event that transforms the world into utter chaos, but the characters here aren’t just trying to survive. Instead, they are trying to get across the country so that a man can get home to his pregnant wife.

Arriving On Netflix: July 13

5. Bolt

Bolt (movie) - Best Dog Movies

This family-friendly film is perfect for entertaining the kids on a rainy summer day - and the adults are bound to enjoy it too! John Travolta voices Bolt, a movie dog who believes that the character he plays in a science-fiction series is real… which causes chaos when he gets lost, and has to rely on the new friends he finds to get him back to the world that he knows.

Arriving On Netflix: July 22

4. Orange Is The New Black (Season 6)

Orange is the New Black Season 5 Teaser Trailer Image

One of the best-known Netflix Original Series, Orange Is The New Black, returns this month with a sixth season - and it’s going to be an interesting one! Season 5 saw the Litchfield prisoners riot, and that means that season 6 is going to deal with the fallout - and how each of the characters copes with the move to a new (possibly Max Security) facility.

Arriving On Netflix: July 27

3. Roman Empire: Reign of Blood: Master of Rome

Roman Empire Reign Of Blood

There may be no Game of Thrones this summer, but if you are looking for something filled with drama, death, and great historical costumes to take its place, check out Roman Empire: Reign Of Blood: Master Of Rome. The docuseries is based on the real events of Roman History, but it is anything but boring.

Arriving On Netflix: July 27

2. Shameless (Season 8)

The eighth season of Shameless will be joining the first seven on Netflix this month, something that will definitely make fans of the series about a dysfunctional family happy. Based on the UK show of the same name, this hilarious (and dark) comedy drama has also been renewed for a ninth season, which will be airing in the fall.

Arriving On Netflix: July 28

1. Happy Gilmore

Adam Sandler in Happy Gilmore

Netflix continues to work with funnyman Adam Sandler on original films, so it’s not too surprising that more and more of his back catalog are also becoming available to stream on the service. Classic ‘90s golf comedy Happy Gilmore hits Netflix on the 1st, along with Spanglish, his slightly more serious look at the difficulties of family life.

Arriving On Netflix: July 1

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