Beyond ‘Sacred Games’, What’s New on Netflix in July?

Check out all the new titles of July on Netflix.

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‘Sacred Games’ and ‘Orange is the New Black’ hit Netflix in July. 
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Check out what landed on Netflix in July. This monsoon, huddle in a binge cave with these titles. Beyond the first gritty Indian original series, Sacred Games, this month, the streaming service has gone big on family drama.

Sacred Games

Based on Vikram Chandra’s novel of the same name, the first Netflix Indian original is here. Starring Nawzuddin Siddiqui, Saif Ali Khan and Radhika Apte, the mob drama is set amid the chaos of Mumbai. The series directed by Vikramaditya Motwana and Anurag Kashyap explores the corrupt underworld lurking beneath India's economic renaissance.

Read our review here.

Available for streaming from 6 July.

Orange is the New Black - Season 6

In the wake of the riot, the women are taken to maximum security prison and face serious charges. One of Netflix's most-watched original series, it has received 12 Primetime Emmy Award nomination since it began in 2013. Shining a light on issues like prison overcrowding, LGBTQ experience, feminism and racism, the comedy-drama OITNB is based on Piper Kerman’s memoir Orange Is the new black: My Year in a Women’s Prison.

Available for streaming from 27 July.

I Feel Pretty

After a shocking spin class accident, one woman plagued by self-doubt wakes up with a new take on beauty, bravery and occasional booty-shaking. The comedy is Amy Schumer’s latest ‘body positive’ film.

Available for streaming from 20 July.

The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter

Josh Brolin is unstoppable this year. In this father-son film, all he wants out of the trip is a chance to bond with his son. And for his son to kill a deer. And to get it all on video.

Available for streaming from 6 July.

Iliza Shlesinger: Elder Millennial

A still from one of Iliza Shlesinger’s comedy specials.
A still from one of Iliza Shlesinger’s comedy specials.
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Newly engaged, Iliza Shlesinger brings an "elder millennial" perspective to relationships and sexual dynamics in a special shot aboard the USS Hornet. With three specials on Netflix, Iliza is now set to take the internet by storm with the fourth one.

Available for streaming from 20 July.

Samantha!

Samantha!, a Brazilian Netflix original comedy series is the first Brazilian comedy produced by Netflix and the third show produced in Brazil, after 3% and O Mecanismo. A child star in the '80s, Samantha clings to the fringes of celebrity with hilarious harebrained schemes to launch herself back into the spotlight.

Available for streaming from 6 July.

Dark Tourist

A still from <i>Dark Tourist.</i>
A still from Dark Tourist.
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From a nuclear lake to a haunted forest, David Farrier, the filmmaker behind the weird and fascinating documentaryTickled visits unusual -- and often macabre -- tourism spots around the world. The show is the first unscripted original series from New Zealand to be picked up by Netflix.

Available for streaming from 20 July.

Mr. Sunshine

A young boy who ends up in the U.S. after the 1871 Shinmiyangyo incident returns to Korea at a historical turning point and falls for a noblewoman. Written by Kim Eun-sook and directed by Lee Eung-bok, the pair who created massively hit series Descendants Of The Sun, it stars Lee Eung Bok (G.I. Joe, Red 2,) and Kim Tae-ri (The Handmaiden).

Available for streaming from 7 July.

Father of the Year

Two college grads return to their hometown, where a hypothetical question -- whose dad would win in a fight? -- leads to mass mayhem. The film, produced by Adam Sandler's Happy Madison Productions film company, stars David Spade as a deadbeat dad.

Available for streaming from 20 July.

The Bleeding Edge

This groundbreaking documentary explores how America's profit-driven multibillion-dollar medical device industry puts patients at risk daily.

Available for streaming from 27 July.

A Very Secret Service: S2

A Very Secret Service, or Au service de la France’s off-kilter approach to spy drama is refreshing. The show follows André Merlaux (Gossip Girl's Hugo Becker) who goes on a rogue mission of his own amid rising Cold War tensions when the clueless agents trigger a series of international crises.

Available for streaming from 30 July.

Extinction

A still from <i>Extinction.</i>
A still from Extinction.
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A Michal Peña and Lizzy Caplan-led sci-fi thriller that Universal recently scratched from its release schedule has been picked by Netflix. Written by Spenser Cohen (2013 TV movie Macklemore’s Big Surprise) and Brad Kane (Black Sails, Fringe) and directed by Ben Young, (crime thriller called Hounds of Love), the film revolves around a family man, plagued by dreams of alien invasion. He faces his worst nightmare when an extraterrestrial force begins exterminating Earth's inhabitants.

Available for streaming from 27 July.

Welcome to the Family - S1

A still from <i>Welcome to the Family.</i>
A still from Welcome to the Family.
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When a broke single mom's estranged father dies, she and his girlfriend try to cover up his death after learning they've been written out of his will.

Available for streaming from 27 July

Bonusfamiljen (Bonus Family): Season 2

If you're missing This Is Us, you should turn to this Swedish family drama that explores the complexities of blended families. In the second season, as Lisa and Patrik take their relationship to the next level, mishaps, money troubles and a startling revelation leave the whole family reeling.

Available for streaming from 15 July.

How It Ends

In the wake of a mysterious cataclysmic event, a man embarks on a perilous cross-country journey to reunite with his pregnant girlfriend.

Available for streaming from 13 July.

'Roman Empire: Reign Of Blood: Master Of Rome' — Season 1

In this dramatised series, Julius Caesar rises to establish one of history's greatest dynasties but quickly discovers that unchecked power comes with a price.

Available for streaming from 27 July.

Good Girls

Three suburban moms orchestrate a local grocery store heist to escape financial ruin and establish independence -- together. Christina Hendricks is back on the small screen.

Available for streaming from 3 July.

Anne With An E' — Season 2

Dramatic re-telling of an old literary favourite Anne of Green Gables, this is a coming of age drama.

Available for streaming from 6 July.

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