If I were to write up my TV wish list it would look very similar to the Netflix July release schedule.
Not only are a slew of our favourite Netflix originals returning (meaning we finally get to find out how Orange is the New Black will end) but there are also new comedy offerings in the mix from the likes of Whitney Cummings and a new season of Queer Eye to freshen up your soul.
In terms of new movies dropping onto the streaming service, prepare yourself for iconic classics such as Sixteen Candles and You’ve Got Mail and horror gems like The Thing.
Here’s every new TV show and movie coming to Netflix in July.
Designated Survivor: 60 Days
Designated Survivor 60 Days is a Korean adaption of the TV drama Designated Survivor, which starred Kiefer Sutherland as Tom Kirkman, the President of the United States.
This new offering follows the main storyline of the original format but has also been adapted to feature more of a Korean storyline. The series follows a politician who suddenly ascends from the position of Minister of Environment to President, as an explosion at the National Assembly kills everyone in the Cabinet who is ahead of him in terms of the presidential succession.
Premiering July 1
Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room
Actress and comedian Katherine Ryan returns to Netflix with her second original stand-up special entitled Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room. The name ‘Glitter Room’ actually stems from the moniker given to her young daughter Violet’s room when they renovated their insanely expensive London flat and much of her comedy routine is centered on the ins and outs of her now being a single mum. In the special, Katherine will also share tales about following a man to Japan and meeting her daughter’s first celebrity crush, Anna Kendrick.
Premiering July 1
Stranger Things 3
Season three of the beloved Netflix original series Stranger Things, the show that centers on a group of kids in a small Indiana town in 1983 who discover a portal to an alternate dimension called The Upside Down, is here to both charm and terrify you. Season three sets up new mysteries and introduces brand new monstrous threats to the small town of Hawkins.
Premiering July 4
Watch Stranger Things star Dacre Montgomery tell Mamamia Entertainment Editor Laura Brodnik exactly what we can expect from the gruesome season three below. Post continues after video.