netflix originals july

Throughout June, we should learn more about what’s coming to Netflix in specific countries for July 2021, so keep an eye on our coming soon hub for updates.

Fear Street Trilogy

The movie is coming to Netflix on July 2nd, July 9th, and July 16th.

Collection of Fear Street books by R.L. Stine is being adapted for Netflix, with three movies planned to premiere in July 2021. Each film will be set in a different time, with the first being in 1994, the second in 1978, and the third which is the final entry being 1666. Gillian Jacob, Kiana Madeira, Emily Rudd, Olivia Welch, Sadie Sink, Julia Rehwald, and McCabe Slye are being starred in all three films, which will be directed by Leigh Janiak.

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (Season 1)

The film will be released on Netflix on July 8th.

Netflix is going all-in on Resident Evil with a live-action series planned, but the new anime-styled series will premiere in July. Leon and Claire reunite in the series, adding to the lore established in the video game, which is celebrating its 25 years this year.

Naomi Osaka (Limited Series)

The movie will be available on Netflix on 13th July.

The movie is based on Naomi Osaka, the current number one female tennis player. These series were brought to you by the same team that brought you The Innocence Files and QB1: Beyond the Lights.

Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans 

The film will be available on Netflix on 21st July.

All of the characters from Trollhunters, 3Below, and Wizards teaming up to take on the biggest threat to yet in the big movie conclusion to Guillermo del Toro’s criminally underrated kids series, which arrives on Netflix in late July. For this dramatic climax, a massive voice cast joins alongside dazzling visuals.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation (Part 1)

The film will be available on Netflix on 23rd July.

This modern reimagining of the iconic He-man series, created by Kevin Smith, will premiere its first five episodes on July 23rd, with more to follow. The series takes up shortly after the previous series finished, with the battle for Eternia finally coming to a conclusion.

Resort to Love

The film will be released on Netflix on 29th July.

Christina Milian, Jay Pharoah, Alexander Hodge, Sinqua Walls, and Karen Obilom are starred in this new romantic comedy directed by Steven K. Tsuchida. You’ll be following a promising pop star who runs into financial difficulties and ends up taking a gig singing at her ex-fiances wedding.

Transformers: War for Cybertron: Kingdom (Final Season)

Coming to Netflix: TBD

After Siege and Earthrise, which were released on July 30th, 2020, and December 30th, respectively, this is the third entry in Hasbro’s excellent animation series. The kingdom is a new series from Polygon Pictures, Allspark Animation, and Rooster Teeth that will conclude the War for Cybertron trilogy.

Non-English Netflix Originals coming in July 2021

Generation 56k (Season 1)

Language: Italian

The film will be available on Netflix on 1st July.

On July 1st, Netflix will release eight episodes of this new Italian romantic comedy series. We follow a couple as they negotiate their relationship over two decades, told from two points of view. The series is produced by ITV Studios and Cattleya.

Young Royals (Season 1)

Language: Swedish

The film will be available on Netflix on 1st July.

A romantic series about a young Prince Wilhelm who transfers to a new boarding school and meets new obstacles and difficulties in the romantic realm. Edvin Ryding, Pernilla August, Malte Grdinger, Frida Argento, and Omar Rudberg starred in the series.

Mortel (Season 2)

Language: French

The movie will be available on Netflix on 2nd July.

Mortel, a french supernatural drama set, premiered in November 2019 and is now in its second season. Sofiane, Victor, and Luisa, who are bound together by a supernatural power, will make an appearance. Outside of France, the first season was mostly neglected by audiences, so if you haven’t seen it yet, check it out:

The 8th Night(Movie)

Language: Korea

The movie will be available on Netflix on 2nd July.

This Korean film, directed by Kim Tae-Hyung, is described as a “bizarre horror thriller” that follows a former exorcist who wants to retire in peace but is forced to return when a demon threatens to unleash hell on Earth. The cast includes Park Hae-joon, Lee Sung-min, Kim You-Jung, Nam Da-reum, and Choi Jin-ho.

A Classic Horror Story (Movie)

Language: Italy

The movie will be available on Netflix on 14th July.

Throughout July, horror enthusiasts are being lavishly served, and this Italian horror appears to be aimed solely at hardcore horror fans only. The horror film is directed by Roberto De Feo and Paolo Strippoli, and little is known from the trailer, which came captioned with:

“Children’s music, an abandoned house, and five strangers: it appears like a classic horror film, but instead…”

Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens (Movie)

Language: Indonesian

The film will be released on Netflix on 17th July.

The story of a boy who travels to New York City in search of his estranged mother is the story of this heartfelt comedy movie.

Sky Rojo (Season 2)

Language: Spanish

The film will be available on Netflix on 23rd July.

The second (and most likely final) of Sky Rojo premieres on Netflix just a few months after its initial debut continuing the story of three women, Carol, Wendy, and Gina, as they try to escape from their past life. The series comes from Vancouver Media and Money Heist creator Alex Pina.

The Last Mercenary

Language: French

The film will be released on Netflix on 30th July.

This French action-comedy, directed by David Charhon (who also co-wrote the movie alongside Ismael Sy Savané), will be available on Netflix at the end of the month. It follows a former secret service agent who returns to France to assist his son in escaping from a dangerous situation.

Beastars (Season 2)

Language: Japenese

Coming to Netflix: TBD

The popular anime series, which premiered on Netflix in late 2019, will return in July for a second season. The anime series is set in an anthropomorphic animal-filled world.

Summer ’96 

Language: Turkish

Coming to Netflix: TBD

Ozan Aciktan is the director of a new Turkish coming-of-age romantic film. Here’s what you can expect from the movie:

“The story takes place in Southern Turkey in the summer of 1996. We follow the story of a group of teens as they learn about love and life in a setting that includes sun, wind, cliffs, unending waves, and hearts that will finally taste sadness.”

Blood Red Sky

Language: English/ German

Coming to Netflix: TBD

This German/English hybrid picture takes place entirely on a plane, where passengers are caught in the center of a mystery infection and a terrorist hijacking. Dominic Purcell, Graham McTavish, and Roland Miller are among the cast members.

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