Netflix: New Movies and TV Shows Released in July 2024

Let’s take a look at all the new movies and shows coming to Netflix in July 2024, shall we?

There’s plenty of new stuff coming to Netflix in July 2024 – both movies and shows. Let’s take a look at the originals and shows added to the Netflix library

New Netflix Originals in July 2024

We’ll make it simple for you, don’t worry! Here’s the Netflix original release schedule for July 2024 in chronological order!

July 2nd

  • SPRINT
    • Following athletes from around the world, this series delves deep into the psyche of these elite competitors who are training to become the fastest person on the planet. Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what’s at stake and the mental strength of the sprinters who dedicate their entire lives to crossing the finish line in record time, where their professional future is decided in just a few fractions of a second. Season 1 will explore the best sprinters on the road and throughout the 2023 World Championships, featuring Sha’Carri Richardson, Noah Lyles and Shericka Jackson, among others.

July 3

  • Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F
    • Detective Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) is back on the ground in Beverly Hills. After her daughter’s life is threatened, she (Taylour Paige) and Foley team up with a new partner (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and old pals Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) and John Taggart (John Ashton) to raise the stakes. pressure and uncover a conspiracy.
  • The man with 1000 children
    • A group of families discover they have been duped by a sperm donor intended for hundreds, if not thousands, of other children around the world. From the creators of “Lover, Stalker, Killer.”

4th July

  • Rhythm + Flow France Season 3
    • French rappers freestyle, battle and write for a groundbreaking €100,000 prize in a series of music competitions judged by SCH, SDM and Aya Nakamura.

July the 5th

  • The Imagination (Film)
    • Studio Ponoc’s The Imaginary depicts the depths of humanity and creativity through the eyes of young Amanda and her imaginary companion, Rudger, a boy no one could imagine dreamed up by Amanda to share in her exciting imaginary adventures. But when Rudger, suddenly alone, arrives in the City of Imaginaries, where forgotten Imaginaries live and find work, he faces a mysterious threat. Directed by acclaimed animator Yoshiyuki Momose (Spirited Away), The Imaginary is an unforgettable adventure about love, loss, and the healing power of imagination.
  • Goyo (Movie)
    • Goyo, a Van Gogh enthusiast with autism, works as a guide at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires. His well-ordered routine is disrupted when he develops a crush on Eva, a new security guard at the museum. The problems in her marriage caused her to become disillusioned with love and sometimes lose confidence in herself. The unexpected meeting of Goyo and Eva will allow them both to discover a new way of loving and being loved.

July 10

  • Sugar Rush: The Baking Point Season 2
    • Six baking couples will have to take on giant cakes, gravity-fighting sweet treats and other challenges if they want to be crowned winners and take home 1 million pesos. Capi Pérez, Gris Verduzco (Mis Pastelitos) and Luis Robledo are back for season 2 of this exciting competition with great guests.
  • Receiver (first season)
    • They say there is no tougher position in the NFL than quarterback. But throwing the pass is only half the story. Receiver follows five of the NFL’s best pass catchers throughout the 2023 season on and off the field: Davante Adams, Justin Jefferson, George Kittle, Deebo Samuel and Amon-Ra St. Brown.

11 July

  • Gone in the Night (Movie)
    • Elena is an American psychiatrist who came to live in Italy, in Puglia, for love of Pietro, a man with a checkered past. They married and had two children with the dream of restoring a Masseria farmhouse and turning it into a hotel. But things didn’t work out and soon Pietro and Elena broke up. One night, their children disappear into thin air while they are with Pietro at the farm.

July 12

  • Exploding Kittens (first season)
    • Earth sucks, so God (Tom Ellis) is fired and sent to Earth to reconnect with humanity. The trap ? He is trapped in the body of a chubby house cat. As part of his rehabilitation, he moves in with a dysfunctional family and attempts to resolve his problems, but ends up spending a lot of time chasing laser pointers. And to top it all off, Godcat’s neighbor, who is also a cat, turns out to be none other than his archenemy, the Antichrist. The result is the ultimate battle between good and evil…except Godcat (Ellis) is distracted by a pigeon he saw in the yard and Devilcat (Sasheer Zamata) is busy taking a nap on someone.

July 18

  • Master of the house (first season)
    • When a diamond magnate mysteriously dies, a bitter battle for his succession erupts between his ruthless heirs and their father’s recently married housekeeper.
  • Cobra Kai (Season 6)
    • With Cobra Kai eliminated from the Valley, our senseis and students must decide if and how they will compete in the Sekai Taikai – the World Karate Championships.

July 19

  • Find Me Falling (Movie)
    • After a failed album and the waning popularity of his biggest hit, aging rock star John Allman (Harry Connick Jr.) decides to take a break from his career to rediscover his spark. He moves to a remote cliffside house on the idyllic Mediterranean island of Cyprus. His dream of keeping a low profile is derailed when he is regularly confronted by desperate souls, then faced with even more complicated surprises when an old flame is rekindled.
  • Skywalkers: A Love Story (Movie)
    • Part romance, part thriller, this film follows a daredevil couple as they take their relationship to terrifying new heights in a wild plan to scale the world’s second-tallest skyscraper and perform a life-defying stunt. died on the spire.
  • Sweet Home 3
    • In a world where monstrification ends and a new era for humanity begins, those who find themselves at the blurry crossroads between monsters and humans face an even greater struggle to make a difficult choice.

July 25

  • The Decameron
    • The Black Death hits the Italian countryside hard in 1348, and a handful of nobles retreat to a large villa with their servants. But what begins as a wine-soaked ___ adventure turns into a race for survival in this soapy black comedy.

July 26

  • The Dragon Prince (Season 6)
    • In the magical land of Xadia, magic comes from six natural sources: the sun, moon, stars, sky, earth, and ocean. A war has broken out between elves and humans, leading to an unlikely friendship.
  • Elite (Season 8)
    • Elite will have an eighth season, with production beginning in August. Netflix’s longest-running fiction series in Spain will share new stories from the corridors of Las Encinas, this time directed by Daniel Barone, Ginesta Guindal, Jota Linares and Elena Trapé.

July 31

  • Mountain Queen: The peaks of Lhakpa Sherpa
    • The first Nepali woman to summit and survive Mount Everest, Lhakpa Sherpa dedicated her life to inspiring and empowering girls. Now a single mother working at Whole Foods in Connecticut, she makes a dramatic return to the mountains, determined to redeem her life’s purpose and inspire her own daughters.

To be determined

  • Simone Biles Rising (first season)
    • Simone Biles has unfinished business. At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, she was one of the biggest stories leading up to the Games. But in sport, as in life, competitions don’t always go as planned. And for Simone, the world had a front-row seat when her private battle with mental health exploded onto the international stage, forcing her to withdraw from competition. Since then, Simone has worked hard: facing difficult trauma from her past, learning to manage her mental health, embracing her journey, and in doing so, rebuilding her gymnastics from the ground up. Her courage to soar knows no bounds as this summer she plans to return to the Olympic stage once again to do what she’s always done: be the best Simone she can be. Because despite all this, Simone always gets up.
  • LALIGA: Unlimited access (first season)
    • LALIGA is more than football: it is passion, it is emotion and it is the strength of all clubs and their supporters. LALIGA is played on the pitch, but it is also played off the pitch: in the locker rooms, in the stands, around the stadium, on match day. In this documentary series we will discover first-hand the trajectory of Girona, the great revelation of this season, as well as other clubs and other stories with a beginning and an end, such as those of Rakitic or Muniaín, among others, who said goodbye to their careers at Sevilla and Athletic Club in 2024. We will also see up close how players and fans experience the country’s big derbies and, of course, the Clásico.

Other Shows and Movies Coming to Netflix in July

  • Star Trek: Prodigy (Season 2)
  • Barbecue Showdown (Season 3)
  • Desperate lies
  • Eva Lasting (Season 2)
  • wild wild punjab
  • Another Me (Season 2)
  • Gone in the night
  • Vikings: Vallhalla (Season 3)
  • It’s the game’s fault
  • The Lobola man
  • The champion
  • Wonderful things
  • Chad Daniels: a child who left the family nest
  • Homicide: Los Angeles
  • The Green Gloves Gang (season 2)
  • Master of the house (Season 1)
  • Find Me Falling (2024)
  • Dirty Pop: The Boy Band Scam
  • The Love of My Life (Season 1)
  • Rides Resurrected (Season 1)
  • Kléo (Season 2)
  • Tokyo Crooks (Season 1)
  • House of Ga’a
  • Non-negotiable
  • Unsolved Mysteries (Volume 4)

Don’t miss these July bangers on Netflix; with titles like Elite Season 8, your binge-watching schedule is about to get jam-packed!