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New To Netflix The Week Of July 6

From Zac Efron eating poo to a thrilling Charlize Theron-led original movie, here is your guide to the best TV shows and movies coming to Netflix this week.

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A Kid From Coney Island

For The Last Dance fans, this new documentary follows the rise, fall, and rebound of basketball star Stephon Marbury, the two-time All-Star who played in the NBA from 1996 to 2009, before joining the Chinese Basketball Association.

Coming July 6

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The Long Dumb Road

This 2018 film subverts everything you'd expect from a road trip movie as it follows young photographer Nat (Tony Revolori) and rough-around-the-edges Richard (Jason Mantzoukas) across the American Southwest as both men look for new beginnings and human connection.

Coming July 8

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Stateless

In this timely psychological thriller, four strangers from different backgrounds find their lives intertwined when they end up in the middle of the Australian desert in an immigration detention center. Starring Yvonne Strahovski alongside Cate Blanchett and Dominic West.

Coming July 8

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Down To Earth With Zac Efron

In this new Netflix series, travel the world with Zac Efron and wellness expert Darin Olien as the two explore different cultures and search for resourceful and sustainable ways to live.

Coming July 10

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The Old Guard

Love & Basketball director Gina Prince-Bythewood helms this Netflix original film about a group of immortal mercenaries on a high-stakes mission that may just cause a centuries-old secret to be exposed. Starring Charlize Theron, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and KiKi Layne.

Coming July 10

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The Twelve

This Belgian drama follows a crime and the subsequent trial, during which 12 jurors are tasked with deciding a case in which a woman is accused of killing her best friend and her own daughter.

Coming July 10

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Dating Around: Brazil

Whether you're single, dating, or in a long-term relash, Dating Around: Brazil will resonate with all relationship status types as this unscripted show allows viewers to become voyeurs into the good, bad, and truly cringeworthy first dates of Brazilian singles.

Coming July 10

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The Claudia Kishi Club

Asian-American women revisit the lasting impact of The Baby-Sitters Club's Claudia Kishi — an Asian character free of stereotypes — by retelling their favorite stories from the book series alongside stunning stop-motion collages that illustrate the tales.

Coming July 10

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