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Netflix July releases

Here is your Netflix guide for July month.

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July 1: A touch of Green (Yi ba qing) 2015: A Taiwanese war drama series which is based on a short story by Pai Hsien-Yung.The story of air force pilots and their families from 1945 to 1971. As the husbands embarked on patriotic missions to fight against the enemies, their families must battle with the horror of wars. And mass emigration to a distant land, and death of love ones. Their shared experience brought the military families together to support one another. The Series is critically acclaimed and won several awards. The actors have done a commanding job.

If you are a fan of war drama give this one a try.

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Say I Do: It’s a reality show about surprise proposals and weeding. This show has an interior designer, a cook and a Stylist who will work with one of the partners and create a dramatic event for the other one. As this show is from the creator of Queer Eye we may expect a lot of tissue damping moments. This show will entertain the reality show lovers.

July 2: Warrior Nun

This series is based on the comic book series named Warrior Nun Areala which debuted all the way back in 1994. This is one of the most anticipated series of this month. The story is about a 19-year-old women wakes up in the Morgue with a magical symbol on her back. she now possesses superpowers as the chosen Halo-Bearer for a secret sect of demon-hunting nuns. From the trailer, we got good adrenaline-pumping sequence so it seems like a series for all set of audience. Let wait one more night to see this one.

July 3:

JU-ON originals: JU-ON (Known as “The Grudge”) is a Japanese-American horror franchise created by Takashi Shimizu. Now Netflix has adapted it to a 6 episode short series The trailer was quite promising with different some pretty good jump scares. From the trailer, it seems like an anthology with 6 different stories. The series is originally in Japanese. We hope this would be a treat for all horror genre fans.

July 4: Penalty(2019): A Bollywood movie based on how a Northeast footballer faced racism and tackles it to become a successful one. The movie stars Kay Kay Menon, Manjot Singh and Shashank Arora in the lead roles. The movie is directed by Shubham Singh.

July 8: Stateless:

An Australian short series aired in ABC in March 2020. Is partially based on the true story of Cornelia Rau an Australian resident who was wrongly ended up in the Australian government Mandatory Detention Programm for the immigrants. The series mainly revolves around the four strangers in an immigration detention centre in the Australian desert. An airline hostess escaping a suburban cult(who has been searched by her sister), an Afghan refugee fleeing persecution, a young Australian father escaping a dead-end job and a bureaucrat caught up in a scandal. There seems to be a lot of emotional drama throughout the series. A 6 episode long series seems to be worth watching from the trailer and from words of the critics. Was it Love?: A Korean Drama about a single mother who had not been dated for nearly fourteen years.Has encountered four different types of men in the course of time. She is in a confused state to date anyone or how to choose one from these four men. An emotional ride with the men and her daughter is a pretty good storyline where the creators can play with emotions. This is one will be for all K-Drama lovers.

July 10: The old Gaurd: This superhero Genre movie is based on a comic of the same name directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood. The movie stars Charlize Theron, KiKi Layne, Matthias Schoenaerts, Marwan Kenzari, Luca Marinelli, and Chiwetel Ejiofor. The movie plot is based on a team of self-healing mercenaries who had been living a secret life. Someone had found their secret and tries to eliminate them from society. The trailer had several well-choreographed stunt sequence. The trailer provers this one will be a good action film for the weekend.

The Twelve (De Twaalf): A Belgium series about twelve citizens who have been called as jury for assize trial surrounding a murder case. The main suspect is Frie Palmers who’s a school director. She had been accused for murdering her daughter 2 years ago and her friend 18 years ago. This series seems like a tight-packed Courtroom drama. This series had been broadcasted by Channe one in November 2019. As Netflix has a keen eye for good content has acquired its streaming rights and will air this on July 10.

July 17:


This American fantasy drama series is based on a book of the same name by Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler. This series about reimaging the Arthurian Legend told through Nimue played by Katharine Langford. Nimue who has a gift and late becomes a Lady of Lake. After her mother died she’s on a quest to find Merlin to delivery an ancient sword. During the quest, she teams up Arthur a mercenary. Through the Journey how Nimue has become a symbol of rebellion and self-belief is being portrayed in th series. The trailer released today seems to be promising but let’s wait for the series.

July 21: How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast) (Season 2): After a great first season, the Netflix original German teen drama is coming again. This time its bigger and with a lot of new characters. The series has its own set of audience for its plot. The Breaking Bad fans loved this show. The plot has grown bigger and seemed to have a lot of twists and turn throughout the series. Let’s hope Netflix doesn’t screw this season.

July 22: Signs: This a polish detective drama which was originally aired in 2018. This series is about the murder of a young woman in the owl mountain which has the similarities of an old case. The commissioner Michal Trela who takes up the investigation of a cruel murder. What are the challenges he faced? Did both murders are interlinked? This is the plot of the series. There’s no trailer released till now so we don’t know much about the series.

July 24: The kissing booth 2:

After a good emotional ending the first part of the movie. The second instalment is also based on the book of the same name by Beth Reekles,.The second part may be about how Noah Flynn(Jacob Elordi) and Shelly ( Joey king) had a good long-distance relationship. Did some jealously tipped off. Did someone misunderstand someone? Let’s find out on 24th.

July 29: The Hater: Netflix is the great content seeker again proved by acquiring the world rights for Polish director Jan Komasa’s The Hater (Hejter), which won Best International Narrative Feature at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. The director had already nominated for Oscars for the movie Corpus Christi. The story is about disgraced law student, played by Maciej Musiałowski, who’s consciously trying to get the attention of childhood friend, played by Vanessa Alexander. And after taking a job in a PR company how that changes his life and the ones around him

July 31:

The umbrella academy season 2: The Netflix dark comedy superhero series is set to return. Following the major cliffhanger in the season we are now clear the series will be set in 1960. Same as the season we would see some good plot in the storyline.

Get Even: A British teen series premiered ib BBCiPlayer in February 2020. This about how Four innocent and Geeky girls team up secretly against the bullies of the school and as a voice of innocent girls in the school. And the gang have been framed for a murder and police is trying to find their identity. On the other hand, they are trying to find the person who tried to frame them for the crime.

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