New on Netflix: 8 Shows to Watch in July 2021
From the second season of Never Have I Ever to their latest anime series, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, here's everything you need to catch on Netflix this July
July is almost upon us which means that it is time to start adding all the upcoming Netflix films and shows to our watch list for the next month.
From the second season of Never Have I Ever to thrillers such as Deep, Netflix has certainly pulled out all the stops this July as they continue to go head to head with other major streaming services such as Disney+ and Amazon's Prime.
If you can't wait to see what's next on your favourite streaming service, keep reading for all the upcoming shows you just need to have on your radar.
Never Have I Ever Season 2
Never Have I Ever is a coming of age comedy-drama that was created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher. It follows an Indian-American girl who is dealing with the death of her father as well as school and new crushes.
The first season premiered on Netflix in 2020 and it was met with high praise especially as many South Asians saw themselves and their struggles onscreen in a major way for what was considered to be one of the first times.
The show, which stars Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, was renewed for a second season fairly quickly and we will finally get to see our favourite Indian high schooler on our screens once again next month.
Release date: July 15
In this Cantonese fantasy film adaptation of the beloved video game series that bears the same name, warlords, warriors and statesmen go to battle to change the fate of China forever.
The film will take place after the events of the Han Dynasty and promises to be an action-packed adaptation that you will certainly not want to miss this July.
Release date: July 1
Deep is Netflix's new Thai thriller film about four medical students who volunteer for a neuroscience experiment that is being conducted by a German company.
The group volunteer to get injected with a drug called Deep. However, in doing so, they are not allowed to fall asleep or they will be risking death.
It sounds super spooky and entertaining and we have already turned on our Netflix reminders for this one.
Release date: July 16
Too Hot To Handle: Brazil
Too Hot To Handle is arguably one of the best guilty pleasure shows that Netflix has produced recently.
In the Brazilian edition of the show, the hottest young Brazilians meet up in a gorgeous beach resort and they have to give up sex for a chance at winning R$500,000.
Get your bikinis ready for this one because it is going to be sizzling.
Release date: July 21
We The People
We The People is an upcoming Netflix short series that mixes animation and music in order to teach civil rights to younger people.
The show will feature celebrities such as H.E.R., Janelle Monáe, Brandi Carlile, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Adam Lambert, Cordae, Bebe Rexha, KYLE, Andra Day, and poet Amanda Gorman so you certainly want to check it out.
Release date: July 4
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is Netflix's latest anime series which will see Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield reuniting in Washington D.C. which is overrun with zombies.
The show will follow them as they attempt to survive and protect the president at the same time. If you were a fan of the Resident Evil games, this show should certainly be on your radar this July.
Release date: July 8
If you're a fan of documentaries, you're going to want to check Audible out when it comes out on Netflix in July.
The emotional film follows a deaf high school football player as he copes with the loss of his friend to suicide, his family and his relationships all while he prepares for his final homecoming game.
Get your tissues out because this one looks set to be a tearjerker.
Release date: July 1
Atypical Season 4
Atypical is a comedy-drama starring Keir Gilchrist who plays a young man who has an autism spectrum disorder. The show follows him as he looks for love, acceptance and independence.
The show is brilliant for many reasons but the most important one is that autistic writers and actors play key roles in the cast and crew of the show.
There will be 10 half-hour episodes in the fourth season and will cumulate in an emotional goodbye to this heartwarming series.
Release date: July 9