Everything Coming to Netflix in July 2024

If you’re one of the many, many people who finally discovered “Suits” this year, man, does Netflix have exciting news for you. The final season of the USA Network program will finally hit Netflix in July. Previously, Seasons 1-8 were available on the streamer (Meghan Markle and others left the show after Season 7), and Season 9, starring Katherine Heigl, used to only be available to stream on Peacock. So this will be the first time all those viewers that started binging the series last year will become aware that there is actually even more of it.

Huge news for some people!

For the rest of us there is a plethora of intriguing movie and TV options to watch on Netflix this month, including critical Olympics prep in “Simone Biles Rising,” a two-episode docu-series that will allow viewers to watch Biles prep for her Olympics returns as well as study her (insane!) day-to-day life. There’s more “Unsolved Mysteries,” stand-up comedy specials, and even “Lost” Seasons 1-6, which will allow fans to easily do a rewatch before the 20th anniversary hits in September.

Top pick: “The Decameron”

From creator and showrunner Kathleen Jordan — and loosely based on Boccaccio’s 14th century short story collection of the same name — comes the eight episodes of “The Decameron,” premiering July 25 and starring Tony Hale, Zosia Mamet, Saoirse Monica-Jackson and more. It’s about….a pandemic, but this time around, it’s about trying to outlast the bubonic plague in 1348. The series will explore people of all different social classes thrust together unexpectedly and is described as a “soapy dark comedy.”

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See the full list of what’s coming to Netflix in July 2024 below.

July 1
“About Antoine”
“American Psycho”
“Back to the Future” collection
“Becky & Badette”
“Big Daddy”
“Call Me by Your Name”
‘Captain Phillips”
“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2”
“Easy A”
“Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Batch 3”
“Family of Two”
“Magic Mike XXL”
“Lost” Seasons 1-6″
“Paw Patrol: The Movie”
“Public Affairs Office in the Sky”
“Rurouni Kenshin Collection”
“Spider Man”
“Spider-Man 2”
“Spider-Man 3”
“Star Trek: Prodigy”
“Suits” Season 9
“The Blind Side”
“The House Bunny”
“The Karate Kid”
“The Nun”
“The Sweetest Thing”
“The Wiz”

July 2
“Sprint” Season 1

July 3
“Beverly Hills Cop 4: Alex Foley”
“Rhythm + Flow France” Season 3
“The Man with 1000 Kids”

July 4
“Barbecue Showdown” Season 3

July 5
“Desperate Lies” Season 1
“Going Clear”
“The Imaginary”
“The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch” Season 3

July 7
Naruto Anime Movie Collection

July 9
“The Boyfriend” Season 1
“Hannah Berner: We Ride at Dawn”

July 10
“Eva Lasting” Season 2
“Receiver” Season 1
“Sugar Rush: The Baking Point” Season 2
“Wild Wild Punjab”

July 11
“Another Self”
“The Neon Highway”
“Vanished into the Night”
“Vikings: Valhalla” Season 3

July 12
“Blame the Game”
“Exploding Kittens” Season 1
“Lobola Man”
“The Champion”

July 14
“Five Star Chef”

July 15
“Bone Tomahawk”
“Laliga: All Access”
“Midnight Sun”

July 16
“Chad Daniels: Empty Nester”
“Fifty Shades Darker”
“Fifty Shades Freed”
“Homicide: Los Angeles”
“The Boy Next Door”

July 17
“The Green Glove Gang” Season 2

July 18
“Cobra Kai” Season 6-Part 1
“Master of the House” Season 1

July 19
“Find Me Falling”
“Simone Biles Rising”
“Skywalkers: A Love Story”
“Sweet Home” Season 3
“Too Hot to Handle” Season 6

July 23
“All American” Season 6

July 24
“Dirty Pop: The Boy Band Scam”
“Love of My Life” Season 1
“Resurrected Rides” Season 1

July 25
“Kleo” Season 2
“The Decameron” Season 1
“Tokyo Swindlers” Season 1

July 26
“Elite” Season 8
“House of Ga’a”
“Non Negotiable”
“Pulang Draw” Season 1
“The Dragon Prince” Season 6

July 27
“The Man from U.N.C.L.E”

July 29
“Heels” Season 1-2
“Prison Break” Season 1-5

July 31
“Mountain Queen: The Summits of Lhakpa Sherpa”
“Unsolved Mysteries” Volume 4

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