All 92 Movies & TV Shows Arriving In July

The new TV shows and movies arriving on Netflix in July 2023 will certainly get subscribers excited. Netflix refreshes its catalog monthly with new content, so there’s always something fresh to look forward to — both in terms of well-known classics and new Netflix originals. July 2023 is no different, with a wide array of new options for subscribers to choose from including binge-worthy multi-season shows, new Netflix originals, and classic movies debuting on the platform for the first time.

July 2023 will see some highly anticipated newly released titles added to Netflix worth checking out, including the sci-fi comedy They Cloned Tyrone starring John Boyega and Jamie Foxx, and a spinoff to one of Netflix’s most-watched movies with Bird Box: Barcelona. When it comes to new Netflix TV shows, July will also see the conclusion of The Witcher season 3 as well as the return of popular new shows like The Lincoln Lawyer. It will certainly be a busy month in July with all the new movies and TV shows on Netflix, and subscribers certainly won’t be left wanting.

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July 1

Jack and Rose embracing on the Titanic

  • The Days (2023)
  • Bridesmaids (2011)
  • The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2016)
  • Jumanji (1995)
  • The Karate Kid (2010)
  • The Karate Kid (1984)
  • The Karate Kid Part II (1986)
  • The Karate Kid Part III (1989)
  • Kick-Ass (2010)
  • Liar Liar (1997)
  • ONE PIECE: Thriller Bark (2008)
  • Pride & Prejudice (2005)
  • Prom Night (2009)
  • Ray (2004)
  • Rush Hour (1998)
  • Rush Hour 2 (2001)
  • Rush Hour 3 (2007)
  • Snow White & the Huntsman (2012)
  • The Squid and the Whale (2005)
  • Star Trek (2009)
  • Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)
  • The Sweetest Thing (2002)
  • Titanic (1997)
  • Uncle Buck (1989)
  • Warm Bodies (2013)

As is usually the case with the first of the month, Netflix is dropping most of its new monthly content on July 1. There are a number of exciting movies becoming available on Netflix as soon as the month hits, including James Cameron’s epic historical romance Titanic. From the sweeping love story of Jack and Rose to the iconic song by Celine Dion to Cameron’s spellbinding staging of the third act, Titanic was a movie that captured audiences in a way that few movies in history ever have.

Titanic isn’t the only new movie on Netflix in July worth noting, however. July 1 will also mark the addition of some popular franchises on Netflix. The entire Karate Kid movie franchise will be available, including the 2010 remake. Both of the JJ Abrams-directed Star Trek movies will also be on Netflix, as well as the action-comedy trilogy Rush Hour starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. Other big titles include the hit comedy Bridesmaids, the Robin Williams adventure Jumanji, and the superhero satire Kick-Ass.

July 3

Three kids hugging a dog in Little Angel

  • Little Angel: Volume 3 (2012)
  • Unknown: The Lost Pyramid (2023)

July 3 will see two very different new TV shows added to Netflix. Aimed at younger viewers, Little Angel is a new show on Netflix that’s a collection of shorts focusing on adorable angels who teach children moral lessons and Bible stories. Also being added is Unknown: The Lost Pyramid, which is a historic mystery documentary on Netflix that focuses on the rivalry between two prominent Egyptologists as they race against each other to discover an untouched tomb.

July 4

Tom Segura on stage in Ball Hog

  • The King Who Never Was (2023)
  • Tom Segura: Sledgehammer (2023)

July 4 sees an intriguing documentary and exciting comedy special hitting Netflix. The first new show capitalizes on the established interests of the Netflix subscriber base. Two things that seem to draw Netflix viewers are true-crime mysteries and stories of royals. Both combine in the documentary The King Who Never Was which details the killing of a young German man in 1978 and the royal family that was drawn into the case. The documentary will be joined by the latest stand-up special from comedian Tom Segura who takes a bold yet fun look at a variety of ideas.

July 5

A photograph of George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley in WHAM! documentary

  • Back to 15: Season 2 (2022-)
  • My Happy Marriage (2023)
  • WHAM! (2023)

Another exciting documentary is coming among the new shows on Netflix on July 5 with WHAM! The Netflix music documentary uses archival footage and interviews to look at how George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley formed the famous pop duo. It should be a revealing and compelling look at this era in music and the influential group. Also debuting is the second season of the Brazilian coming-of-age comedy Back to 15 and the Japanese drama My Happy Marriage.

July 6

 Mickey Haller driving his car in The Lincoln Lawyer

  • Deep Fake Love (2023)
  • Gold Brick (2023)
  • The Lincoln Lawyer: Season 2 Part 1 (2022-)
  • Wake Up, Carlo! (2023)

It’s not only new TV shows and movies hitting Netflix in July, as July 6 will see the return of a popular series. The Lincoln Lawyer returns for its second season with the continued stories of Mickey Haller who runs his idealistic law practice out of his Lincoln town car. The fun legal procedural based on the novels by Michael Connelly was a hit with audiences from the beginning and now the second season will kick off with the first of a two-part release.

Also coming on July 6 is the reality dating show Deep Fake Love which puts couples to the test using deep fake technology to blur the lines of reality. These new shows on Netflix are joined by the French Netflix movie Gold Brick and the Brazilian cartoon series Wake Up, Carlo!

July 7

The Out-Laws Pierce Brosnan smirking as Billy McDermott

  • Fatal Seduction (2023)
  • Hack My Home (2023)
  • The Out-Laws (2023)
  • Seasons (2023)

Four new original Netflix projects will be landing on July 7. Fatal Seduction is a South African thriller series that follows a married woman whose weekend trip away causes her to distrust those closest to her. Hack My Home is a home renovation show that helps families discover more space in their existing homes. The Out-Laws is the new Netflix comedy movie starring Adam DeVine as a many who suspects his soon-to-be in-laws (Pierce Brosnan and Ellen Barkin) are international thieves. Seasons is another Netflix movie from the Philippines that follows two best friends who encourage each other to take risks in their search for love.

July 10

Two kids laughing at Captain Underpants in Captain Underpants Movie

  • Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017)
  • StoryBots: Answer Time: Season 2 (2022-)
  • Unknown: Killer Robots (2023)

July 10 will see the arrival of the animated family movie Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie. Based on the popular Captain Underpants novels, the movie follows two young pranksters who hypnotize their principal into thinking he is a superhero named Captain Underpants. The silly premise makes for a fun kids movie with a voice cast that includes Kevin Hart and Ed Helms. Also among the new movies and TV shows on Netflix arriving on July 10 is the educational kids show StoryBots: Answer Time, and the documentary Unknown: Killer Robots which looks at the role of artificial intelligence in the armed forces.

July 11

Students smiling and running in Nineteen to Twenty

  • Nineteen to Twenty (2023)

The Netflix schedule for July 11 will see the arrival of an interesting new reality show from South Korea. Nineteen to Twenty will follows a group of young adults who share the final week of their teen years and the start of their life in their twenties, experiencing the changes of this formative age. It could be a unique approach to exploring the coming-of-age story.

July 12

Kirk Cousins talking to his son in Quaterback

  • Mr. Car and the Knights Templar (2023)
  • Quarterback (2023)
  • Record of Ragnarok: Season 2 (2021-)
  • Sugar Rush: The Baking Point (2023)

There have been a lot of sports documentaries on Netflix that thrilled audiences and July 12 will see the arrival of a new one. Quarterback is a series that will follow three NFL quarterbacks — Patrick Mahomes, Kirk Cousins, and Marcus Mariota — over the course of the 2022 season. Even those with no particular interest in football can find a lot to enjoy with the look behind the scenes of this wild world. The date also sees the return of the anime series Record of Ragnarok, the Polish family movie Mr. Car and the Knights of Templar, and the Spanish cooking show Sugar Rush: The Baking Point.

July 13

Puss putting on his hat in Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

  • Burn the House Down (2023)
  • Devil’s Advocate (2023)
  • Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (2022)
  • Sonic Prime: Season 2 (2022)
  • Survival of the Thickest (2023)

There are a few family-friendly options available on Netflix on July 13 as well as some options for the older subscribers. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is the latest entry in the Shrek franchise that wowed critics and audiences with its beautiful, hilarious, and thrilling adventure with the swashbuckling feline. Also arriving is the second season of Sonic Prime, the animated series starring Sonic the Hedgehog.

A trio of intriguing series are also among the new TV shows on Netflix arriving on July 13. Survival of the Thickest is a comedy series starring Michelle Buteau as a woman trying to deal with her life-changing and becoming unexpectedly single. Devil’s Advocate is a Kuwaiti legal thriller about a lawyer taking on an unpopular client. Finally, Burn the House Down is a Japanese mystery series about a housekeeper who infiltrates a wealthy family with her own plan in mind.

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July 14

Diego Calva in a blindfold in Bird Box Barcelona

  • The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem: Season 2 (2021-).
  • Bird Box Barcelona (2023)
  • Five Star Chef (2023)
  • Love Tactics 2 (2023)
  • Too Hot to Handle (2020-)

Several of the new movies on Netflix in July have the potential to become big hits for the streamer. Bird Box remains one of the most popular Netflix Original movies and the franchise continues on July 14 with Bird Box: Barcelona. This spinoff movie follows the same mysterious entity that causes anyone who sees it to take their own life. This time, the survival story takes place in Barcelona with a new cast of characters fighting for their lives.

Another anticipated addition on July 14 is the return of the temptation-filled reality dating series Too Hot to Handle which is back for its fifth season. The new cooking competition show has professional chefs competing for the opportunity to work in the luxury restaurant of London’s Langham Hotel. Finally, the Israeli drama series The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem and the Turkish rom-com sequel Love Tactics 2 arrive on July 14.

July 15

Rick and Morty Ponies in My Little Pony

  • Country Queen (2022)
  • Morphle 3D (2023)
  • My Little Pony: Tell Your Tale: Season 1 (2022-)

July 15 will see a couple of shows for younger Netflix watchers with the complete first season of My Little Pony: Tell Your Tale, as well as the collection of shorts for the youngest viewers with Morphle 3D. Also arriving among the new Netflix shows that day is the first season of the Kenyan drama series Country Queen, which follows a city girl who returns to her village home to help save it from a mining company.

July 16

Kevin Hart and Ice Cube in Ride Along

Kevin Hart and Ice Cube team for the action-comedy Ride Along arriving on Netflix on July 16, and this new movie is a welcome addition to the catalogue. The movie stars Hart as a mild-mannered guy who is invited on a ride along with his girlfriend’s disapproving cop boyfriend. The awkward situation soon turns dangerous. One of Hart’s most popular movies, Ride Along is like a comedic take on Training Day and was successful enough to get a sequel.

July 17

Cave explorer in Unknown: Cave of Bones

  • Unknown: Cave of Bones (2023)

Many new TV shows on Netflix in July are mystery dramas and documentaries since these are a mainstay of the platform (and how it retains many of its subscribers). The continued series of documentaries labeled Unknown drops another entry on Netflix on July 17 with Unknown: Cave of Bones. The fascinating exploration follows a group of anthropologists attempting to prove the oldest known graveyard ever discovered was not of human remains.

July 19

Divers swimming upwards in The Deepest Breath

  • The (Almost) Legends (2023)
  • The Deepest Breath (2023)

July 19 will see the arrival of a gripping new sports documentary on Netflix. The Deepest Breath takes a look into the world of free diving in which swimmers dive to the deepest depths in the ocean they can without equipment. Watching the exhilarating and nerve-wracking sport will likely leave viewers on the edge of their seats. Also debuting on this day is the Mexican comedy The (Almost) Legends.

July 20

Heather Headley, JoAnna Garcia Swisher, and Brooke Elliott in Sweet Magnolias Season 1 on Netflix

  • Supa Team 4 (2023)
  • Sweet Magnolias: Season 3 (2020)

The back-end of the month still has plenty of new movies and shows to come for Netflix subscribers. The charming drama Sweet Magnolias returns for its third season on Netflix on July 20. The new season will continue the story of a group of female friends working together to better their small community. Season 2 of Sweet Magnolias found the characters facing new challenges and triumphs and fans will surely be thrilled to return to the endearing story. Also debuting on July 20 is the animated family movie Supa Team 4.

July 21

They Cloned Tyrone John Boyega as Fontaine, Teyonah Parris as Yo-Yo, and Jamie Foxx as Slick Charles

  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (2003-2020)
  • They Cloned Tyrone (2023)

Perhaps the most anticipated Netflix Original movie arriving this month is They Cloned Tyrone, which will premiere on July 21. The sci-fi comedy stars John Boyega, Teyonah Parris, and Jamie Foxx as an unlikely trio who team up to investigate a government conspiracy. The collection of actors and the pulpy premise could make for one of Netflix’s most unexpected hits. For fans of reality makeover shows, the extremely popular Extreme Makeover: Home Edition is one of the new TV shows on Netflix that will be available on July 21.

July 24

Margaret Keane painting while turning back and looking at the camera in Big Eyes

  • Big Eyes (2014)
  • Dew Drop Diaries (2023)
  • Unknown: Cosmic Time Machine (2023)

Another documentary from the Unknown series arrives on Netflix on July 24 as a new TV show offering. Unknown: Cosmic Time Machine follows a team of scientists attempting the next step in helping to better understand the universe by launching the James Webb Space Telescope. Also premiering on July 24 is the Tim Burton movie Big Eyes starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz about painter Margaret Keane, her unique paintings, and her husband who sought to take credit for her work.

July 25

Sintonia Netflix

  • Mark Normand: Soup to Nuts (2023)
  • Sintonia: Season 4 (2019-)

July 25 has two new offerings for Netflix subscribers, a comedy special and season 4 of an established TV show. There’s a new stand-up comedy special by Mark Normand called Soup to Nuts, and the fourth season of the Brazilian crime series Sintonia following a group of friends trying to escape their small-town lives.

July 26

Jack Hanma, Baki Hanma, and Yuujirou Hanma from Baki The Grappler

  • Baki Hanma: Season 2: The Tale of Pickle & The Pickle War Saga (2021-)
  • The Great British Baking Show: The Professionals: Season 7 (2016-)
  • Missing: The Lucie Blackman Case (2023)

Fans of cooking competition shows will see the return of one of the biggest franchises in the genre on Netflix on July 26. The Great British Baking Show: The Professionals is back for its seventh season in the search for the best pastry chef with teams competing in bake-off challenges. True-crime enthusiasts can dive into the compelling mystery of Missing: The Lucie Blackman Case which follows the complicated investigation into the murder of a British tourist in Japan. Also arriving is the second season of the anime action series Baki Hanma.

July 27

Geralt in The Witcher season 3 in front of a portal

  • Happiness For Beginners (2023)
  • The Lady of Silence: The Mataviejitas Murders (2023)
  • Paradise (2023)
  • Today We’ll Talk About That Day (2023)
  • The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 2 (2019-)

Though the first half of The Witcher season 3 arrives at the end of June, fans will not have to wait long for the conclusion of the third season as it arrives less than a month later on July 27. The blockbuster fantasy series is one of Netflix’s biggest franchises though season 3 will be a challenging one for the future of the show as Liam Hemsworth has been recast as Geralt as Henry Cavill bows out of the role. It remains to be seen how the new season will address this and how the show will manage the massive change.

There are a number of new movies arriving on Netflix on July 27 too, including the comedy Happiness for Beginners starring Ellie Kemper as a newly divorced woman embarking on a wilderness survival course. There are also some international titles with the German sci-fi thriller Paradise, the Indonesian drama Today We’ll Talk About That Day, and the Mexican true-crime documentary The Lady of Silence: The Mataviejitas Murders.

July 28

John Cena and Jackie Chan in Hidden Strike, side-by-side in a bunker like room, holding grenades and looking concerned

  • A Perfect Story (2023)
  • Captain Fall (2023)
  • D.P.: Season 2 (2021-)
  • Hidden Strike (2023)
  • How to Become a Cult Leader (2023)
  • Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie (2023)
  • The Tailor: Season 2 (2023-)

The last busy day of the month for new TV shows and movies on Netflix, July 28 sees two action heroes team up for a new adventure. Hidden Strike is an action-adventure that stars Jackie Chan and John Cena as special forces operatives who must transport a group of civilians across a dangerous land. The combined star-power of Chan and Cena will make this a must-watch for any subscribers who enjoy intense action movies.

Also premiering on July 28 is the new animated comedy series from Netflix, Captain Fall which follows a well-meaning sea captain lured into working for the dangerous cartel as a smuggler. There are also some international titles arriving with the second season of the Korean action series D.P, the Spanish drama series A Perfect Story, and the Turkish thriller The Tailor, returning for its second season.

July 29

The Uncanny Counter main cast counters

  • The Uncanny Counter: Season 2 (2020-)

July 29 will mark the return of the South Korean genre-blending series The Uncanny Counter. The series follows a group of employees at a noodle shop who become demon hunters by night. Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer may find a lot of fun with this wild series.

July 31

Still from the Netflix anime series Bastard!! with main character Dark Schneider.

  • BASTARD‼ -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-: Season 2 (2022)

The final new addition of the month for Netflix arrives on July 31 with the second season of the anime series BASTARD‼ -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-. The action series follows a dark wizard who is called upon to save a kingdom when a destructive god is resurrected.

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