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What’s New On Netflix This Week: The Obamas’ Take On Schoolhouse Rock & More

Viewers can also look forward to new seasons of I Think You Should Leave and Atypical.

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We The People

This new series from the Obamas’ production company explores political issues through animated music videos, featuring original songs from Janelle Monáe, Brandi Carlile, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Amanda Gorman.

Coming July 4

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I Think You Should Leave (Season 2)

Two years after its critically acclaimed first season premiered, Season 2 of Tim Robinson’s sketch comedy series I Think You Should Leave finally drops this week.

Coming July 6

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Dogs (Season 2)

The docuseries that follows furry friends from around the world is back for a second season. Get ready to meet some very, very good boys and girls.

Coming July 7

Cat People

Dogs aren’t the only furry family members who deserve their own docuseries. The first season of Cat People highlights relationships between humans and their cats.

Coming July 7

Elize Matsunaga: Once Upon A Crime

This documentary series delves into one of the grisliest domestic crimes in Brazilian history.

Coming July 8

Last Summer (Geçen Yaz)

Set in the late-’90s in Southern Turkey, this Turkish-language film will bring back fond (and sometimes painful) memories of teenage summer love.

Coming July 9

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Lee Su-geun: The Sense Coach

One of Korea’s top comedians is back with another comedy special, and this time he’s ready to teach his audience about social cues (in the funniest ways).

Coming July 9

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Atypical (Season 4)

Atypical has only gotten better since it first premiered in 2017, highlighting more actors and writers with autism each season. Now, it’s back with another set of must-watch episodes.

Coming July 9

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Virgin River (Season 3)

Mel and the gang are back for a third season of Virgin River — a series set in a rural Northern California town, based on book series by the same name.

Coming July 9

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Fear Street: 1978

The second installment in Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy, adapted from R.L. Stine’s classic YA series, takes place at a summer camp in 1978.

Coming July 9

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