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What’s New On Netflix This Week: The Austin Powers Trilogy Is Back, Baby

Plus the latest season of Grey’s Anatomy and more.

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America: The Motion Picture

Channing Tatum, Olivia Munn, and more stars lend their talents to this profane, ahistorical retelling of the American Revolution.

Coming June 30

Netflix

Somos

This new drama — about a 2011 Mexican massacre triggered by the U.S. Government — is the first-ever TV series from acclaimed screenwriter James Schamus (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon).

Coming June 30

Netflix

Audible

A high school football player with hearing loss faces numerous emotional challenges as he prepares for his homecoming game in this documentary.

Coming July 1

Netflix

Young Royals

A young prince arrives at a boarding school and gets his first taste of freedom in this LGBTQ+ teen drama.

Coming July 1

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The Austin Powers Trilogy

Everyone’s favorite international man of mystery brings swingin’ ’60s style to the ’90s and ’00s in this trio of classic comedies.

Coming July 1

Universal Pictures

Love Actually

Yeah, this fan-favorite rom-com is a holiday movie, but surely you’re familiar with the concept of Christmas in July?

Coming July 1

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The Karate Kid Trilogy

After Cobra Kai became one of Netflix’s biggest hits, the trilogy that started it all is hitting the streaming platform.

Coming July 1

Netflix

Fear Street: 1994

The first in a trio of films based on the ’90s horror novel series by R.L. Stine, Fear Street: 1994 follows a group of teens as they discover horrific events in their town of Shadyside, Ohio.

Coming July 2

ABC

Grey’s Anatomy: Season 17

The latest season of the long-running ABC medical drama makes its way to Netflix.

Coming July 3

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