New on netlix july 2022

New on Netflix in July 2022

Strap yourselves in, it’s about to get…weird. Already halfway through the sh*tshow that is 2022, we were finally starting to feel a little normal again, but the bigwigs at Netflix HQ have dashed those ideas, dropping another delicious round of binge-worthy material of the strange persuasion. Set to drain our brains and square our eyes, the big dawg buffet of movies, series and documentaries that the streamer has unloaded this month is one of the best in recent memory. From the blockbuster final instalment of Stranger Things season 4 to whatever the f*ck How to Build a Sex Room is, Netflix isn’t placing all its eggs in one basket, and neither should you. Buckle up buddy, here’s what is New on Netflix in July 2022.

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Best New Series on Netflix in July 2022

The whole reason we come to the streamer in the first place, new Netflix series launches are the stuff of gold. This month, we’ve got a whole host of strange new releases, headlined by one major sci-fi season finale. Here are the best new series coming to Netflix in July 2022.

Stranger Things 4: Volume 2

The big one is finally here. After months of waiting and an interrupted split season, Part 2 of Stranger Things season 4 arrives on Netflix. Will Steve survive his upside-down creature bites? Can Max outrun her Vecna curse? Will we ever stop hearing that f*cking Kate Bush song? All will be revealed on July 1 when the season finale storms on the streaming service.

Want to know more about Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2? Check out our full guide. 

Release Date: 1 July 2022

How To Build a Sex Room

Colour us interested. In this bizarre series, Netflix takes us long, hard and deep into the weird underground world of sex dungeons. Helmed by designer Melanie Rose, How to Build a Sex Room shares helpful tips on how to style and craft a fornication fortress of your own. Think of it like Better Homes and Gardens but for perverts – Better Home and Hard-Ons, if you will.

Release Date: 8 July 2022

The Longest Night

Six episodes, one night. That’s literally the tagline Netflix has run with for this ultra-brutal new action massacre. To be honest with you, it actually looks pretty sick. The plot sees armed men surround a psychiatric prison and cut off all communications, all in an effort to capture serial killer Simon Lago. Seems extra murder-ey.

Release Date: 8 July 2022

Boo, Bitch

Netflix is no stranger to teen comedy of the spooky kind, but Boo, Bitch might be a stretch too far. In this afterlife-focused series, two BFFs make a last-ditch attempt to become popular, but all goes horribly wrong when one becomes a ghost. It’s not really explained how she became a ghost but we’re guessing in the usual ‘she dead’ kind of way.

Release Date: 8 July 2022

King of Stonks

Leveraging the Gamestop saga and whatever faint insider trading situation the Dogefather has going on, Netflix is giving us more of what we want. STONKS. AND LOTS OF THEM. This series follows a down-on-his-luck loser with big dreams with lies, cheats and schemes his sort-of legit company into the stratosphere. BUY LOW. SELL HIGH.

Release Date: 6 July 2022

Hurts Like Hell

It’s no secret the underbelly of Muay Thai fighting is seedier than most organised sports, but until now, we haven’t really gone into it in much detail. Netflix’s newest series plans on changing that. Hurts Like Hell takes a look at the massive illegal gambling and match-fixing issues within the sport while telling the sordid tales of the fighters involved. It’s based on real-life events.

Release Date: 13 July 2022

Resident Evil

As far as video game adaptations go, Resident Evil is still probably the best. The sci-fi/horror video game made the transition to film fairly seamlessly way back in 2002 and simultaneously helped this writer learn a lot about himself (cheers Milla Jovovich). This time around, it’s more of the same. A viral outbreak causes a global apocalypse, forcing Jade Wesker to fight back for the good of humanity.

Release Date: 14 July 2022


Barney Stinson is back and still struggling with relationships. In Uncoupled, Neil Patrick Harris plays a New York City real estate agent who finds himself at a serious crossroads. When his longtime boyfriend moves out, he faces the prospect of starting over — and dating again — in his 40s. Shocking. At least he’s got a nice pad to come home to.

Release Date: 29 July 2022

Best New Movies on Netflix in July 2022

While the quality of Netflix’s films is a bit up and down, this month, the streamer has thrown its weight behind a major new release. The Gray Man is set to be the most expensive Netflix film ever made and judging by the rest of the films on offer, they blew their whole budget on this one.

The Gray Man

Netflix’s biggest and best looks like a deadset winner. After tempting us with trailer after teaser, the massive budget action flick is finally coming to screens. Starring Captain America Chris Evans, Ken-doll Ryan Gosling and Marilyn Monroe herself Ana de Armas, The Gray Man follows a shadowy CIA agent who uncovers damning agency secrets and kickstarting an impossible run from the law. Hunted across the globe by a sociopathic rogue operative who’s put a bounty on his head, the agent must do everything he can to get the message out and clear his name. Also, there are a bunch of explosions.

UPDATE: ‘More Bland Than Bond’: Critics Shred Netflix’s Most Expensive Movie Ever

Release Date: 22 July 2022


Built for the Jane Austen fans, Persuasion is exactly what you think it’s going to be. Starring Dakota Johnson, Henry Golding and Cosmo Jarvis, the story sees Anne Elliot re-meet a dashing man of humble origins who she was persuaded not to marry. Will she let love rekindle? Who knows! It’s all part of the fun!

Release Date: 22 July 2022

Valley of the dead

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Valley of the Dead

Hold sh*t. Netflix actually made a movie based on the Nazi Zombies from Call of Duty: WWII. Even more surprisingly, it actually looks good. During the Spanish Civil War, a small group of sworn enemies must work together when they encounter flesh-eating zombies created in a Nazi experiment. Lordy, we’re eager for this trainwreck.

Release Date: 11 July 2022

New Documentaries on Netflix

This month, Netflix has streamlined the number of new documentaries, focusing on one major historical mystery, alongside another great true-crime series. Here are the best new documentaries coming to Netflix in July 2022.

Art of Incarceration

A harrowing snapshot of racial injustice, Art of Incarceration headlines a vast number of indigenous-focused features to hit Netflix in July 2022. Told through the eyes of Indigenous prisoners at Victoria’s Fulham Correctional Centre, the documentary explores how art and culture can empower First Nations people to transcend their unjust cycles of imprisonment, something you should all get behind.

Release Date: 3 July 2022

D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?!

More than 50 years ago, some absolute unit just got on a flight, commandeered the plane, stole a bunch of cash and parachuted off, never to be seen or heard from again. The mystery has perplexed true crime fans for years, but the identity of D.B. Coopers has remained a tight-lipped secret. In this documentary, Netflix tries to unearth the criminal turned anti-hero’s real name.

Release Date: 13 July 2022

Girl in the Picture

Unfolding like a fever dream, Girl in the Picture is a mystery that turns at every point. The revealing documentary opens with a woman left for dead by the side of the road. She leaves behind a son and a man claiming to be her husband, but all is not what it seems.

Release Date: 6 July 2022

The most hated man on the internet

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The Most Hated Man on the Internet

Do you know what a piece of sh*t you have to be to launch a website loaded with revenge porn? Hunter Moore does. In 2010, the internet entrepreneur founded, a site dedicated to posting explicit photos of both men and women, shared without consent. He managed to build a cult-like following, however, his smut empire came crashing down just as quickly. This new three-part limited series shares one woman’s crusade to take down the revenge-porn empire, but importantly, it focuses less on Moore and more on the victims themselves.

Release Date: 27 July 2022

How to Change Your Mind

Get ready for MINDHACK. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney and New York Times best-selling author Michael Pollan team up for this docu-series that charts the strange and sometimes beneficial effects of mind-altering substances. Focusing on LSD, psilocybin, MDMA and mescaline, the series journeys to the frontier of modern medicine, exploring the substances’ potential to do more than just make pretty colours prettier.

Release Date: 12 July 2022

New Stand-Up Comedy on Netflix

Only one major stand-up comedy feature arrives on Netflix in July 2022 and it comes by way of the screaming former redhead, Bill Burr.

Bill burr live at red rocks

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Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks

He’s loud, he’s aggressive and he’s unfortunately usually right, Bill Burr is like the worst person to have a family BBQ. Thankfully, he’s spending less time at the cookout and more time on-stage, dishing out an hour’s worth of jokes on everything from cancel culture, feminism and getting bad reviews. Like Dave Chappelle before him, expect backlash.

Release Date: 12 July 2022

Everything Coming to Netflix in July 2022

With all the best movies, series and documentaries Netflix has to offer delved into, it’s time to put the whole schedule on display. Here is everything coming to Netflix in July 2022 for your viewing pleasure.

  • Stranger Things 4: Volume 2 (01/07/2022)
  • Control Z: Season 3 (06/07/2022)
  • King of Stonks (06/07/2022)
  • Boo, Bitch (08/07/2022)
  • Capitani: Season 2 (08/07/2022)
  • How To Build a Sex Room (08/07/2022)
  • The Longest Night (08/07/2022)
  • Big Timber: Season 2 (13/07/2022)
  • Hurts Like Hell (13/07/2022)
  • Sintonia: Season 3 (13/07/2022)
  • Resident Evil (14/07/2022)
  • Country Queen (15/07/2022)
  • Farzar (15/07/2022)
  • Mom, Don’t Do That! (15/07/2022)
  • Remarriage & Desires (15/07/2022)
  • Alba (15/07/2022)
  • Virgin River: Season 4 (20/07/2022)
  • Bad Exorcist: Season 2 (20/07/2022)
  • Blown Away: Season 3 (22/07/2022)
  • DI4RIES (26/07/2022)
  • Dream Home Makeover: Season 3 (27/07/2022)
  • Car Masters: Rust to Riches: Season 4 (27/07/2022)
  • Rebelde: Season 2 (27/07/2022)
  • Another Self (28/07/2022)
  • Keep Breathing (28/07/2022)
  • Fanático (29/07/2022)
  • Uncoupled (29/07/2022)
  • Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series (29/07/2022)
  • Masaba Masaba: Season 2 (Coming soon)
  • Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between (06/07/2022)
  • Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls (08/07/2022)
  • The Sea Beast (08/07/2022)
  • Dangerous Liaisons (08/07/2022)
  • Incantation (08/07/2022)
  • Jewel (08/07/2022)
  • Valley of the Dead (11/07/2022)
  • For Jojo (11/07/2022)
  • Under the Amalfi Sun (13/07/2022)
  • Love Goals (Jaadugar) (15/07/2022)
  • Persuasion (15/07/2022)
  • Too Old for Fairy Tales (18/07/2022)
  • Live is Life (18/07/2022)
  • The Gray Man (22/07/2022)
  • Pipa (27/07/2022)
  • A Cut Above (28/07/2022)
  • Purple Hearts (29/07/2022)
  • The Entitled (29/07/2022)
  • Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks (12/07/2022)
  • David A. Arnold: It Ain’t For the Weak (19/07/2022)
  • Girl in the Picture (06/07/2022)
  • How to Change Your Mind (12/07/2022)
  • My Daughter’s Killer (12/07/2022)
  • D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! (13/07/2022)
  • Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres (13/07/2022)
  • Street Food: USA (26/07/2022)
  • The Most Hated Man on the Internet (27/07/2022)
  • Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi (Coming soon)
  • Karma’s World: Season 3 (07/07/2022)
  • Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (14/07/2022)
  • My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along (18/07/2022)
  • StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Collection 2: Learn to Read (18/07/2022)
  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Season 5 (21/07/2022)
  • Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 5 (25/07/2022)
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation (28/07/2022)
  • Uncle from Another World (06/07/2022)
  • Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time (29/07/2022)
  • Before Your Eyes (Coming soon)
  • Into the Breach (Coming soon)
  • Mahjong Solitaire (Coming soon)
  • IMMORTALITY (Coming soon)
  • Wild Things Adventures (Coming soon)
  • The Rugrats Movie (01/07/2022)
  • The Arrival (01/07/2022)
  • Rabbit-Proof Fence (03/07/2022)
  • Firestarter: The Story of Bangarra (03/07/2022)
  • Art of Incarceration (03/07/2022)
  • The Final Quarter (03/07/2022)
  • Samson & Delilah (03/07/2022)
  • Jasper Jones (03/07/2022)
  • My Name Is Gulpilil (03/07/2022)
  • Gurrumul (03/07/2022)
  • Murandak: Songs of Freedom (03/07/2022)

General FAQs

What new movies are coming to Netflix in July 2022?

There are a number of new films coming to Netflix in July 2022. These include:

What new series are coming to Netflix in July 2022?

Known for its originals, Netflix is home to some great series. In July 2022, Netflix is adding: .

What new documentaries are coming to Netflix in July 2022?

There are a bunch of new documentaries coming to Netflix in July 2022. These include: .

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