There are only a few days left for us to enter July 2022, and as usual, Netflix brings us great releases. Which include series, movies, documentaries and more to keep us glued to the screen.
What are the Netflix releases for the month of July 2022?
There is no doubt that the most anticipated production in terms of Netflix releases in July is volume 2 of season 4 of stranger things. Which will bring two new chapters that together, will have a duration of almost four hours.
But that is not all, since in series there is also a new version of resident Evil, Z-Controland season 2 of the remake of Rebel.
Likewise, there are also many movies. Such as The Gray Man, with Ana de Armas, Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling. Y Persuasiona new adaptation of Jane Austen’s novels with Dakota Johnson as the protagonist.
Also, in terms of documentaries, there is a new exploration of the case of DB Cooper, another about a kidnapped girl, a false identity, and much more.
Stranger Things 4: Volume 3 – July 1
Divided by distance, but always resolute, the friends face a terrifying future. But it’s only the beginning. The beginning of the end.
Resident Evil – July 14
Three decades after the discovery of the T-Virus, a new outbreak reveals the secrets of the Umbrella Corporation. The series is based on the iconic video game saga.
Control Z: Season 3 – July 6
After Susana’s death, the group makes a pact to keep the secret. Fifteen months later, @TodosTusSecretos is reactivated and threatens to take away their bright and shiny future.
Boo, Bitch – July 8
Two friends want to be noticed at school. But one becomes a ghost and she will have to live the best version of life, while she can.
– The longest night – July 8: A group of armed men cut off the communications of a psychiatric prison to capture a serial killer. Six episodes. One night.
– Tune: Season 3 – July 13: As Doni worries about the price of fame, Rita considers a new career and Nando ponders his chosen path. There is a lot at stake.
– Woo, Lawyer Extraordinary – July 13: Woo Young-woo, a woman on the autism spectrum as bright as she is eccentric, faces challenges entering a law firm.
– VIP Wishes – July 15: Through an exclusive dating agency for wealthy people, a divorced woman plots her revenge against her ex-husband’s scheming mistress.
– A Place to Dream: Season 4 – July 20: As Mel lives her new reality, Jack’s past threatens her future, and new faces turn up and cause a stir in Virgin River.
– Soul Alchemy – July 23: A powerful sorceress in the body of a blind woman meets a man from a prestigious family, who seeks her help to change his destiny.
– From Junks to Cars: Season 4 – July 27: While Shawn fuels the shop’s business, Mark and the rest of the team work on a variety of projects. Like a rare Lincoln Zephyr.
– Rebel: Season 2 – July 27: The drama-packed young adult series returns for another season with the new generation of rebels, with Azul Guaita and Sergio Mayer Mori.
– Dream Makeovers: Season 3 – July 27: Syd and Shea welcome the new McGee and fulfill their clients’ wishes: an oasis where they can telecommute to a room to taste wine.
– Mismatched – July 29: When her boyfriend of the last 17 years abruptly moves out, a real estate agent is faced with the scenario of starting over as a single man in his forties.
The Gray Man – July 22
Chris Evans, Ryan Reynolds and Ana de Armas are part of this spy thriller that also joins the Netflix premieres in July 2022. Whose story follows a CIA agent who discovers secrets of the agency. Who faces a sociopath who is looking for him around the world and who put a price on his head.
Persuasion – July 15
Eight years ago, they convinced her not to marry a young man of humble origin. Today, Anne Elliot is reunited with him. Will she get another chance?
– The Theory of Everything – July 1: As he gains recognition in the world of physics, Stephen Hawking is losing the fight against ALS. That forces him to depend on his wife.
– Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life – July 1: Adventurer Lara Croft travels to an underground temple. She where she finds a sphere that keeps a map with the location of the mythical Pandora’s box.
– Hello, goodbye and everything that happened – July 6: Clare and Aidan decide to separate before going to college, with no regrets. But one last goodbye could offer them a chance at love.
– Malnazidos – July 11: During the Spanish Civil War, a group of bitter enemies fight together against an army of carnivorous zombies. Created in a Nazi experiment.
– Mirreyes against Godínez – July 13: To save their company from bankruptcy, a group of office workers confront the owner’s bratty sons. Those who take over the family business.
– Too Big for Fairy Tales – July 18: A video game player wants to compete in a tournament. But his mother’s illness and an eccentric aunt force him to reconsider his priorities.
– Live is Life – July 18: Five boys facing the realities of adult life come together for one last adventure. Get a magical flower that will make your dreams come true.
– The illusionists: Nothing is what it seems – July 26: A group of illusionists rob a bank as part of the show. The public is amazed, but the FBI does not understand how to incriminate magic.
– Wounded Hearts – July 29: Despite their differences, an aspiring singer-songwriter (Sofia Carson) and a Marine (Nicholas Galitzine) fall madly in love.
The girl in the photo – July 6
Among the productions that will premiere in Netflix In July 2022, it includes the one that follows a woman who appears almost dead on the road, leaving behind a son, a man who claims to be her husband… and a mystery that seems like a nightmare.
How to change your mind – July 12
Writer Michael Pollan presents this docuseries that explores the history and uses of psychedelic drugs like LSD, psilocybin, and MDMA.
– My daughter’s killer – July 12: After fighting for decades to bring his daughter’s killer to justice, a father takes extreme measures. A true crime documentary.
– DB Cooper: Where are you? – July 13: In 1971, a criminal jumps out of a plane with a bag of money and disappears without a trace. Decades later, his identity remains a mystery.
– Shimon Peres: The Nobel Prize Winner Who Didn’t Stop Dreaming – July 13: Most go after power. He was looking for peace. Shimon Peres’s influence and integrity were instrumental in the founding and preservation of Israel.
– Street Food: USA – July 26: This season of “Street Food” focuses on chefs, barbecue experts, taco makers, lunch boys and American culinary heroes.
– The most hated man on the internet – July 27: This new documentary series chronicles a mother’s crusade against the ruthless owner of a porn website.