What’s New On Netflix This Week: Zombies, Superheroes, & Teen Drama

From the return of Outer Banks to an all-new Christina Milian rom-com, there’s something for everyone.

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The Walking Dead (Season 10)

Before the 11th and final season of the show comes out later this year, catch up on the zombified classic.

Coming July 26


Tattoo Redo

Contestants get a chance to have their regrettable ink transformed into something gorgeous, thanks to some talented tattoo artists.

July 28, 2021


Wynonna Earp (Season 4)

This show about Wyatt Earp’s heir has a passionate fanbase, and Season 4 doesn’t disappoint.

Coming July 26

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Resort to Love

When Erica (Christina Milian) finds herself booked to sing at her ex’s wedding, she starts to redevelop feelings for him — and then, maybe, for his brother.

Coming July 29


Myth & Mogul: John DeLorean

“The poster boy of late ’70s corporate greed” gets a miniseries documenting his rise and fall — and the car named after him.

Coming July 30

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The Last Mercenary

Jean-Claude Van Damme is La Brume (The Mist), a French former secret agent trying to save his son in this over-the-top action comedy.

Coming July 30

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All American (Season 3)

Expect plenty of family and sports drama in the third season of All American, a series about a talented high school football player.

Coming July 27


Outer Banks (Season 2)

The Pogues are still chasing treasure and adventure in the second season of this popular teen drama.

Coming July 30

Glow Up (Season 3)

In this British reality series, makeup artists compete to make the most out-of-this-world looks.

Coming July 30

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The Flash (Season 7)

In Season 7, the long-running The Flash brings on new characters and burst (get it?) of energy.

Coming July 28