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What's New To Netflix The Week Of July 27

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind isn't the only genre-bending romance dropping on the streaming platform this week.

Netflix

Netflix

Get Even: Season One

In this new original series out of the U.K., four classmates at an elite private school orchestrate an elaborate revenge plot against their bullies — and end up getting framed for murder.

Coming July 31

Netflix

Seriously Single

This new original rom-com out of South Africa follows a newly-single woman who can't seem to get over her ex — much to the chagrin of her perpetually-single best friend.

Coming July 31

Netflix

The Umbrella Academy: Season 2

One of Netflix's most popular series returns as the weirdest family of superheroes in existence heads back to the 1960s to prevent the apocalypse.

Coming July 31

Focus Features

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet star as former lovers who erased one another from their respective memories in what is perhaps the most inventive romantic comedy ever conceived.

Coming August 1

Universal Pictures

Jurassic Park

Just in time for the dog days of summer comes one of the biggest and most fun summer blockbusters of all time. Watch it on the biggest screen you can get your hands on and prepare to be entertained.

Coming August 1

Warner Bros.

The NeverEnding Story

They sure don't make kids movies like they did in the 1980s. Back then the genre was filled with traumatizing deaths, terrifying puppets, and an overdose of glorious weirdness. This 1984 film, one of the most memorable of the period, has all three.

Coming August 1

Summit Entertainment

Remember Me

Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin star in this 2010 romance that is mainly remembered for its, let's say, controversial ending. If you've never seen it, there's no better time than the present to check it out.

Coming August 1

Netflix

Connected

Hosted by science journalist Latif Nasser, this new original docuseries explores the fascinating and unexpected ways that seemingly unrelated things in our universe are connected.

Coming August 2

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