Hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the warmer weather! It continues to be a strange time for all of us, but one constant we can always lean on is knowing that every month NETFLIX is going to have a slew of new content for us to enjoy. July is no exception, and there are a few movies and series we've all been anticipating, so let's take a look at what's headed our way!
PROTIP: If you plan to connect with loved ones remotely, Netflix Party is always an option to watch something with your friends and family virtually. Synchronized video playback and a handy chat box lets you watch and stay connected all at the same time!
Coming To NETFLIX in July
July 6 - I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson (Season 2)
Another new season of hilarious comedy sketches to keep you laughing.
July 9 - Virgin River (Season 3)
The hit drama series returns for a third emotional season.
July 23 - He-Man and The Masters of The Universe: Revelation
The classic animated series returns pitting He-Man against the dreaded Skeletor.
July 30 - Outer Banks (Season 2)
The surprise hit mystery series returns for a highly anticipated second season.
Blood Red Sky
I'm so excited for this movie. I first heard about Blood Red Sky last year, and the premise intrigued me. A woman with a mysterious condition is forced into action when hijackers take over the plane she's on with her son. To save everyone onboard, she'll need to reveal a dark secret and unleash what she's been fighting for years to hide. Of course you'll probably be able to guess what her 'condition' is...but if you want to remain completely spoiler free, skip this trailer!
Hopefully you didn't skip it, though...because it's awesome! I'm a huge fan of these types of stories utilizing creatures and things we've all seen before but always wondered 'What if.....' I can't wait to see how this thriller plays out. This is definitely one to check out after the kids have gone to bed, so grab a drink and kick back to enjoy when Blood Red Sky hits NETFLIX on July 23!
What I'm Watching Now
Can’t wait for the new shows and movies to drop? Need something bingeworthy now? I've got you covered.
Lupin (Part 2)
It's finally here! After what seemed like an eternity (ok it's been a few months), the second part of the highly anticipated heist thriller series Lupin is upon is, and it was well worth the wait. Omar Sy is back as Assane, continuing his quest to enact revenge on the Pellegrini family. Also returning, besides the rest of the stellar cast, is the sharp writing, deft plot twists, and unbelievable cinematography. It's understandable why the first five episodes were the most watched non-English series ever on NETFLIX.
Talk about some serious James Bond meets Thomas Crown vibes there. Assane is the most wanted man in France, but he won't let that stop him from completing his life's task. I couldn't get through these last five episodes fast enough, and I can't wait to see what happens next season. Be sure to check it out!
Let me know if you plan on watching or if there’s anything else you’re currently hooked on in the comments below!
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