New Movies and Series to watch on Netflix in July 2023
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What’s on Netflix: New TV Shows and Movies for July 2023

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We’ve done and dusted the first half of the year, and to kickstart the second half of 2023, Netflix has an exciting lineup of films and series that are guaranteed to entertain audiences of all ages. From laugh-out-loud comedies and gripping dramas to enlightening documentaries and exciting teenage TV shows, you’ll find something that will keep you engaged.

Let’s check out what’s streaming on Netflix this July 2023.


‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ | July 6

If you enjoyed the first season of the show, you’ll be glad to know that the second season is finally coming out in July. As ever, we follow Mickey Haller, who runs his law practice from the back seat of his Lincoln, taking on cases big and small across Los Angeles.

‘Nineteen to Twenty’ | July 11

Feel young again with this coming-of-age Korean reality show. Watch as the teenage participants attend the “19 school” where they will learn about things that will be useful in adulthood before they part ways with their parents to move into the “20 House.” Here, they will start their adult journey and finally experience freedom and first loves.

‘Survival of the Thickest’ | July 13

Survival of the Thickest centers on Mavis, a charming Black and plus-size woman, as she finds herself unexpectedly single and has to rebuild her life. As a size-inclusive stylist trying to make it big in NYC, Mavis is determined to thrive and realize her dreams, despite what life and romance throw at her.

‘The Witcher’ Season 3, Volume 2 | July 27 

Epic best describes the first half of “The Witcher” Season 3 as Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), Yennefer (Anya Chalotra), and Ciri (Freya Allan) faced off with mages and Elvan warriors. While the first five episodes concluded on a cliffhanger, fans are guessing as to how the season will end, especially since it will be the last time that Cavill will play the White Wolf.


'WHAM!' | July 5

From 1982 to 1986, George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley dominated the charts with their timeless and pop songs, including hits like "Club Tropicana," "Wake Me Up Before You Go- Go," "Freedom," "I'm Your Man," and "Last Christmas." Get a firsthand look at their rise to stardom and unprecedented success through personal archives, rare footage, and candid interviews, making it a must-watch for fans.

‘The Out-Laws' | July 7

A young bank manager, Owen (Adam DeVine), is about to marry his fiancée, Parker (Nina Dobrev), when a group of criminals robs the bank he is working for during their wedding week. Amidst all the confusion and suspicious circumstances, Owen begins to suspect that his soon-to-be in-laws are the culprits.

‘Bird Box Barcelona' | July 14

If the first Bird Box film kept you at the edge of your seat in 2018, then get ready for another heart-pumping post-apocalyptic thriller as the spin-off movie streams this month. Set in Barcelona, the dystopian horror flick follows Sebastian (Mario Casas) and his daughter as they try to navigate the streets and survive while dangerous entities continue to roam around.

‘They Cloned Tyrone’ | July 21

"They Cloned Tyrone" is a hilarious 2023 Sci-Fi comedy mystery directed by Juel Taylor. John Boyega, Teyonah Parris, and Jamie Foxx star as an unlikely trio unravelling a government cloning conspiracy. Prepare for a side-splitting adventure filled with satire, humour, and surprises as the movie promises to be a satisfying blend of science fiction and comedy.

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