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What's New To Netflix The Week Of August 3

Including Netflix's latest spin on the dance movie genre.

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Immigration Nation

With the coronavirus pandemic and a renewed focus on systemic racism and police brutality dominating headlines, other devastating issues facing the U.S. are falling by the wayside. One of the most prominent of these issues is the horrendous way the current administration has treated immigrants since coming into power. Here's hoping this new original docuseries will bring some attention to the subject.

Coming Aug 3

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Sam Jay: 3 In The Morning

Saturday Night Live's only Black lesbian staff writer hits Netflix with her very first hour-long stand up special. In it, she covers a myriad of familiar topics in her own unique style, offering a different viewpoint compared to your typical comedy special.

Coming Aug 4

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World's Most Wanted

Netflix — and its subscribers — love a good true crime series, and this latest one is really upping the ante. The docuseries profiles the most wanted criminals in the world, and knowing they're still out there wreaking havoc is utterly terrifying.

Coming Aug 5

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¡Nailed It! México: Season 2

The Mexican spinoff of this Netflix original returns for new episodes, so get ready to see more hilarious baking fails with some south of the border flair.

Coming Aug 7

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Sing On! Germany

Another international spinoff of a Netflix original, this karaoke series heads to Deutschland where a new crop of amateur singers will try and replicate famous tunes for a shot at 30,000 euros.

Coming Aug 7

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Tiny Creatures

In the world of nature documentaries, big creatures usually get all the glory. Everyone wants to know what the elephants, tigers, and whales of the world are up to. But this new nature series flips the script and allows the smallest critters among us their moment in the sun. Luke Cage's Mike Colter narrates.

Coming Aug 7

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Work It

Netflix is bringing back the dance movie with this new original film. Sabrina Carpenter stars as a high school senior who starts her own misfit-filled dance team with the hope that it will boost her chances of getting into the college of her dreams.

Coming Aug 7

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We Summon the Darkness

Originally released on digital in April, this genre mash-up of black comedy, thriller, and satanic horror offers more than a few twists and turns as it follows a group of friends, led by Alexandra Daddario, on their way to a heavy metal show in the late '80s.

Coming Aug 8

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