Are you still confused about your weekend plans? Don't worry, if nothing works, Netflix and chill can be your weekend mantra. Get on your favourite couch, wear your favourite pyjamas and order your favourite food, because we have listed all the upcoming movies and shows coming on Netflix this July 2022.
With Popular names such as Stranger Things and Virgin River returning for new seasons, and new projects such as Lana Condor's Boo, Bitch, there is a lot of entertainment packed for you.
Stranger Things (Season 4 – Volume 2)
This year, Stranger Things returns for a big season divided into two parts. The remaining episodes of season 4 will debut on July 1 after the first half on May 27. Although it's too soon to predict where volume 2 will go, the fourth season was summarised as follows:
"It's been six months since the Battle of Starcourt brought terror and destruction to Hawkins. Struggling with the aftermath, our group of friends are separated for the first time – and navigating the complexities of high school hasn't made things any easier. In this most vulnerable time, a new and horrifying supernatural threat surfaces, presenting a gruesome mystery that, if solved, might finally put an end to the horrors of the Upside Down."
The Sea Beast
This summer, longtime Disney veteran Chris Williams will release his first important animated film on Netflix. We'll be researching the seven seas and looking for the fabled sea demon in the stunning animated pirate adventure. Voices include Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Jared Harris, Kathy Burke, Dav Stevens, and Karl Urban.
Hello, Goodbye, and Everything In Between
The rights to this new romantic drama film, starring Talia Ryder and Jordan Fisher, were purchased from ACE Entertainment earlier this year. In the movie, a couple on the verge of divorcing goes on one final date as they prepare to move away for college. The promising romcom releases on July 6, 2022.
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous (Season 5)
The 12-episode season debuts on July 2. Netflix has released a new trailer for the last season of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous ahead of its forthcoming premiere next month. The series follows a bunch of six teens who are invited to a state-of-the-art adventure camp on Isla Nublar.
Boo, Bitch (Season 1)
Lana Condor, best known for playing Lara Jean in Netflix's To All The Boys, will be headlining this new comedy series. The series which opens on July 8th is about a high school senior who finds she's got a new voice only to realize she's also a ghost.
Resident Evil (Season 1)
Constantin Film is teaming up with Netflix for a brand unique take on the Resident Evil video game franchise. The series takes place almost three decades after uncovering the T-virus released by the Umbrella Corporations. The show releases on July 8th.
This highly anticipated romantic period drama hits Netflix in the middle of July. Directed by Carrie Cracknell (known for Nora and A Doll's House), the movie is a new adaptation of the novel by Jane Austen.
Dakota Johnson is the lead role of Anne Alliot with Suki Waterhouse, Cosmo Jarvis, Henry Golding, and Richard E. Grant.
Virgin River (Season 4)
Fan-favourite Virgin River is back for its fourth season, which will continue the story of Mel and Jack in the quaint Californian town. With the last season ending on a cliffhanger with Mel's pregnancy, there is a lot of drama to unfold on July 20.
The Gray Man
According to Deadline, one of Netflix's most anticipated action movies in its history is arriving this July. The movie stars include Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Regé-Jean Page, Chris Evans, Jessica Henwick, Billy Bob Thornton, and Wagner Moura. Anthony and Joe Russo are the directors behind this action masterpiece.
Sofia Carson, Anthony Ippolito, and Nicholas Galitzine are set to play the lead in this romantic drama movie about an aspiring performer who finds true love unexpectedly with a soldier. The twists and turns and uncertainty will be the beauty of this movie.
Our favourite flirt Barney Stinson is returning in this new comedy on Netflix starring Neil Patrick Harris and is produced by the man behind Emily and Paris and Modern Family. It centres on a man whose life has been turned upside down due to his partner leaving him after 17 years of marriage.