From Cooking With Paris to Catch Me If You Can, there’s plenty to put in your queue.
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If you’re still obsessed with Tina Fey’s satire of an SNL-style sketch comedy show, great news: All seven seasons of 30 Rock are now streaming.
Coming August 1
The South Park creators’ foul-mouthed puppets — known for committing espionage (badly) and having sex (graphically) — come to the platform on Monday.
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A girl (Hailee Steinfeld) tries to navigate adolescence with the help of her snarky teacher (Woody Harrelson). Anyone who went through high school will relate to her plight.
This twisty film about memory, loss, and dreams rewards multiple viewings. Thanks to Netflix, you can now watch it as many times as you need.
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Inception isn’t the only Leo film coming to Netflix. Catch Me If You Can, the movie about successful con artist-turned FBI consultant Frank Abagnale Jr., is also available to stream.
With all five seasons of the hit TV show returning to the platform, you can watch Coach (Kyle Chandler) and Tami Taylor (Connie Briton) to your heart’s content.
Ferris is also back on Netflix — and his “enjoy the moment while it lasts” philosophy is perfect for the last months of summer.
This documentary tracks the rise of the ’70s-era “ex-gay” movement — and its unfortunate resurgence.
Coming August 3
The true story of a 19-year-old who sold a literal ton of drugs — by himself, out of his bedroom in Germany.
Based on a funny viral video, this series follows super-untrained chef Paris Hilton as she learns how to cook with the help of celebrity guests.
Coming August 4