Coming to Netflix in July 2017

What’s coming to Netflix in July 2017? Netflix adds some brilliant new originals this month as well as a host of library films and shows including a dark thriller starring Jason Bateman and a comedy series about some friends from college. So let’s get into it…

Ozark – Season 1

Ozark sees Jason Bateman star as Marty Bryde and Laura Linney playing his wife, Wendy. Together with their2 teenage kids, they are a typical family. Except for Marty’s day job, the money launderer for one of the largest drug cartels in Mexico. After a drug deal goes wrong, this dark thriller sees the family go into hiding in the Ozark Mountains in Missouri.

Friends From College

Friends from college is described as “an original comedy series about acting your age” from Nick Stoller the director behind the 2008 comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and its spin-off, Get Him to the Greek. Nick also directed both of the Neighbours films starring Seth Rogen. So long story short, this should be funny!

To the Bone

This controversial and thought provoking story starring Keanu Reeves as Dr Beckham, follows Ellen (played by Lily Collins) a young woman with anorexia nervosa who checks into an unconventional health programme.

Chasing Coral

Still don’t believe in global warming? Well, this award-winning documentary is out to show you. This 1h 33m piece follows a team of biologists documenting the destruction of our coral reefs due to global warming.

Other notable mentions include:

Hitler: the Rise of Evil –  A depiction of Adolf Hitler’s rise to power from Robert Carlyle.

Danny Dyer’s Deadliest Men – Who doesn’t like a bit of Danny Dyer pissing himself in front of Britain’s hardest men.

Mission: Impossible 5 – the fifth installation in Tom Cruise’s action franchise. Surely one day the mission will be complete, no matter how impossible.

QI – Another two series of Stephen Fry’s comedy panel show come to Netflix

What are you excited for on Netflix this month? Let us know in the comments below!



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