New Netflix July 2019 Movies & TV Shows Include The Return Of Fan Favorite Originals

Liz Minch

With July comes heat, humidity, and all of the mosquitoes. And while some enjoy putting on sunglasses, sunscreen and shorts, and kicking it outside all month, others are better suited to remaining indoors. And if you're one of those people, then you'll be thrilled to find out that everything leaving and coming to Netflix in July 2019 is more than enough to make your summer inside the most entertaining yet.

From Queer Eye Season 4, Stranger Things 3, and original stand-up specials, the new titles coming to Netflix in July have something for everyone. If you want to watch comedians talk about their craft, there's a new season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. More interested in fictionalized prison life? Orange is the New Black Season 7 is coming just for you.

Of course, all this exciting new content doesn't come without a price. There are plenty of classics leaving Netflix this month. If you were hoping to spend your summer marathoning the iconic teen soap Pretty Little Liars, get ready to commit to watching non-stop, because the Freeform hit will be leaving Netflix in July. Also on the chopping block is the Olsen Twins' classic It Takes Two and the Matrix franchise. Yes, all three Matrix movies are being shown the door.

But, before we get to what subscribers need to watch before it leaves Netflix for good, let's take a look at all the new content hitting the site that's sure to catch your eye.

Stranger Things 3 — Coming July 4


The third season of Netflix's hit show Stranger Things is finally here, and things are definitely going to get weirder. Now that Eleven and Will are (supposedly) free from the evil forces of the Upside Down, expect to see our favorite pre-teens getting into some fun, normal trouble, like running around the newly built Starcourt Mall. But, alas, their normal summer won't last long. As teased in the first trailer for Stranger Things 3, the monsters from the Upside Down aren't quite done with the citizens of Hawkins.

The Hangover — Coming July 1

Warner Bros.

The classic bro comedy The Hangover disproves the beloved phrase, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas in a major way. Not only does what happens in Vegas affect hard-partying trio Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), and Alan (Zach Galifianakis), it almost ruins Doug's (Justin Bartha) wedding.

Queer Eye Season 4 — Coming July 19

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The Fab Five are back, and they've got heroes to transform. Bobby Berk, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, and Karamo Brown will continue using their expertise to help people in the St. Louis area in Queer Eye Season 4 before moving on to Philadelphia for the upcoming Season 5. They're not slowing down any time soon, so expect a brand new season full of tearjerking moments and new challenges.

Cloverfield — Coming July 1

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Cloverfield, the found-footage monster movie that spawned a series of interconnected science fiction films is coming to Netflix this summer. Sure, it might give you nightmares and make you terrified of aliens or monsters coming to attack you in your sleep, but, that's the price we all have to pay for excellently executed action films. Be warned: the found-footage style of Cloverfield can be pretty chaotic, so, make sure to take some Dramamine before hand.

Taco Chronicles — Coming July 12

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This Netflix series will take audiences on a deep dive into the history of the taco. Arguably one of the best foods in the world, the taco has a history many people might not know. According to the Netflix description, Taco Chronicles will trace the food's Mexican roots and examine how it's become known the world over.

Orange Is The New Black Season 7 — Coming July 26

JoJo Whilden

Netflix's hit dramedy Orange Is The New Black will return for its seventh and final season on July 26. And fans are not going to want to miss the final episodes featuring the highs and lows of the Litchfield Penitentiary. This is your last chance to see what crazy adventures Alex, Piper, Crazy Eyes, and Taystee are up to, so you better prepare yourselves for one wild and emotional ride.

Taxi Driver — Coming July 1


Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver is probably best known for birthing the iconic line "You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?" The line not only permeated worldwide culture, it also gave way to a million Robert De Niro impressions. But Taxi Driver is more than just a major event in pop culture, it's also a cinematic classic, and it definitely deserves a rewatch or two.

Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein — Coming July 16

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David Harbour, of Stranger Things fame, stars in this Netflix original mockumentary about a man who discovers video of his father's play, Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein. The footage sends Harbour on a journey to reconnect with his family's history and the legacy of his actor father.

Point Blank — Coming July 12

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Marvel fans will be thrilled to see the Netflix original film Point Blank, which stars Anthony Mackie — the recently crowned Captain America — and Frank Grillo — who appeared in the Captain American franchise as Rumlow, aka Crossbones. But don't expect to see any superpowers here. Point Blank is about an ER nurse, Paul (Mackie) who teams up with a possible criminal (Grillo) after his pregnant wife is abducted.

Disney's Mary Poppins Returns — Coming July 9

Walt Disney Studios

Mary Poppins Returns will hit Netflix this July, just in time for those rainy summer days. Disney's continuation of the Mary Poppins story is the perfect thing to put on when the whole family is stuck indoors due to unfortunate weather. Plus, it's got Lin-Manuel Miranda and Emily Blunt singing and dancing and being their all-around delightful selves. What's not to like?

Another Life — Coming July 25

James Dittiger

This new Netflix original series is perfect for sci-fi fans, and not only because it stars Battlestar Galactica standout Katee Sackhoff. The series follows a group of astronauts as they go to unknown places to explore "the genesis of an alien artifact," according to the Another Life Netflix synopsis. The show will also star Selma Blair, Tyler Hoechlin and Jake Abel.

Family Reunion — Coming July 10

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This July, Netflix will premiere its new family sitcom, Family Reunion, which follows the McKellan family. The series explores what happens when Cocoa (Tia Mowry-Hardrict) moves home to Georgia to be closer to her family, including her mother, M'Dear (Loretta Devine). Expect a lot of family bonding, awkward moments, and plenty of laughs.

Whitney Cummings: Can I Touch It? — Coming July 30

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Actor, writer, comedian, Whitney Cummings is bringing a stand-up special to Netflix. According to the official description, the special was filmed in Washington, D.C., the comedian's hometown. Expect a lot of NSFW observations and jokes that will make you laugh a little too loud.

The Great Hack — Coming July 24


Netflix's original documentary The Great Hack is going to take viewers where they don't want to go: into the drama of Cambridge Analytica, better known as the firm that collected Facebook user data and reportedly used it to manipulate voters in the 2016 election. It's a serious topic, and definitely a bit heavier than your average summer viewing, but with the Democratic Presidential Primary upon us, it's only right that we do our best to stay informed.

The Princess and the Frog — Coming July 16


Disney's 2009 animated princess movie is a gem that deserves way more love than it got. The Princess and the Frog introduced the first black Disney Princess, Tiana, breaking down barriers and kicking off a new era of modern Disney films that showcased female heroines chasing after their dreams instead of men. Plus, The Princess and the Frog features the incredibly underrated gem, "Almost There," which might be one of the best Disney songs in recent years.

And now, for the sad part: the movies and TV shows leaving Netflix that nobody will want to see go. Here's everything you need to watch before it leaves Netflix in July.

It Takes Two — Leaving July 1


It's true. Sadly, the 1995 rom-com It Takes Two is leaving Netflix. This classic film marked the start of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's iconic film career, and it's not hard to see why. In the movie, the Olsen twins play Amanda and Alyssa, two young, identical strangers who meet at random and decide to set up their caretakers. With its wild plot and inexplicable twists, It Takes Two is perfect for a summer night in. Just be sure to check it out before it leaves Netflix!

Wedding Crashers — Leaving July 1

New Line Cinema

Hurry up people, because Wedding Crashers will only be on Netflix for a few more weeks. Once July comes around, fans will have to say goodbye to this kooky comedy starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn as professional wedding crashers.

The Matrix Franchise — Leaving July 1

Warner Bros

It's recently come to everyone's attention that it's Keanu Reeves' world, and we're all just lucky to live in it. But fans new to Reeves' charm will have to act quickly if they want to see one of his biggest works: The Matrix franchise. All three films in the trilogy — The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matrix Revolutions — are leaving Netflix in July.

Pan's Labyrinth — Leaving July 1

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Guillermo Del Toro's masterful Pan's Labyrinth is unfortunately no longer going to be available to stream on Netflix in July, which means it's time to face your fears and watch the dark fantasy before it's too late. Pan's Labyrinth is a beautiful film that has a bit of everything: family drama, war, horror, fantasy, and the power of imagination.

Silence Of The Lambs — Leaving July 1

Orion Pictures

This summer is the season of horror films, but if you'd rather stay home and take in the thrills, you must add this 1991 movie to your queue before it leaves Netflix. Silence of the Lambs is one of the American Film Institutes best films of all time, so whether you're a first-timer or know every line, make sure to catch Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter before it's too late.

The Interview — Leaving July 1

Columbia Pictures

There was no shortage of controversy when this 2014 action comedy was released. Years later, the Seth Rogen/James Franco buddy film is leaving Netflix, however, there's still time for you to catch Franco as a tabloid-fueled TV host on a mission to set up an interview with North Korea's Kim Jong Un.

The Mummy — Leaving July 1

Universal Pictures

Fall in love with Brendan Fraser all over again with this ridiculous, yet incredibly entertaining 1999 hit. Fraser plays archaeologist Rick O'Connell who accidentally awakens an evil mummy opposite Rachel Weisz's Evelyn Carnahan. Fans of the franchise should also be sure to check out The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, which are also leaving Netflix on July 1.

The Immigrant — Leaving July 14

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The Immigrant stars Marion Cotillard as a Polish woman desperate for a new life, who finds herself at Ellis Island. When a handsome stranger helps her escape deportation, she trusts him to help her, but he manipulates her into prostitution and, of course, falls in love with her in the process. The film takes place in the early 1920s, which might not seem all that relevant to 2019, but the themes of immigration and the examination of the American dream remain just as necessary now as they did then.

Definitely, Maybe — Leaving July 1

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This iconic Ryan Reynold's rom-com tells the sweet story of a dad (Reynolds) telling his daughter Maya (a young Abigail Breslin) the story of how he and his soon-to-be ex-wife met. Similar to How I Met Your Mother, Maya listens along to her dad's romantic tales in attempt to guess which woman from her father's past ended up being her mom.

East of Eden — Leaving July 1


James Dean's first major leading role was in East of Eden, Elia Kazan's 1955 film based on the book by John Steinbeck. The movie is about a tortured young man, who is desperate to win the approval of his father. Dean may have only starred in three films before his tragic death, but he struck a chord playing emotional male characters, and his performance in East of Eden is a perfect example of why.

Monster-In-Law — Leaving July 1

New Line Cinema

Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda in a romantic comedy from 2005 — what more could you want? Viola (Fonda) plays a competitive mom who is not exactly thrilled when her son brings home his new soon-to-be bride (Lopez). In addition to starring two of Hollywood's most iconic women, Monster-In-Law also marks Fonda's return to film since 1990.

Dolphin Tale — Leaving July 1

Netflix/ Warner Bros Pictures

Is there any better time to watch a movie about a dolphin overcoming the odds with the help of his human friend than the summer? No, the answer is no. But if you're hoping to enjoy Dolphin Tale on Netflix this summer, your time is running out. The 2011 family film won't be streaming starting in July, but on the bright side, Dolphin Tale 2 will still be available for your viewing pleasure.

Lion — Leaving July 9

The Weinstein Company

Lion tells the heart-wrenching true story of Saroo Brierley on a journey of self-discovery 20 years after being adopted as a child. The 2016 film garnered critical acclaim, earning six Oscar nominations including Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Dev Patel), and Best Supporting Actress (Nicole Kidman).

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery — Leaving July 1

New Line Cinema

Go back to the '90s and early 2000s with Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, the 1997 James Bond spoof that middle schoolers all over the world thought was the funniest movie they had ever seen in their lives. Mike Myers really pulled out all the stops in the franchise, playing both the heroic (and horny) spy Austin Powers as well as the villainous Dr. Evil, and though some of it might be dated, there are a few classic bits that still hold up 20 years later.

Pretty Little Liars Seasons 1-7 — Leaving July 27

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Pretty Little Liars has been a staple of Netflix streaming, so it's sad to hear that the Freeform hit will leave the platform in July. Starting on July 27, fans will have to go looking somewhere else for their fix of juicy drama, anonymous stalkers, and murder mysteries. If you're still dying to find out who A is or the identity of the Black Hood, then you better start watching now.

Sorry to say, that's not everything that's leaving Netflix this summer. Check out the full list of what's coming to and leaving Netflix in July.

What's Coming

July 1

  • Designated Survivor: 60 Days
  • Katherine Ryan: The Glitter Room
  • Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
  • Astro Boy
  • Caddyshack
  • Caddyshack 2
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
  • Cheech & Chong's Up in Smoke
  • Cloverfield
  • Disney's Race to Witch Mountain
  • Frozen River
  • Inkheart
  • Kill the Irishman
  • Lady in the Water
  • Little Monsters
  • Philadelphia
  • Rain Man
  • Road House
  • Room on the Broom
  • Scream 3
  • Starsky & Hutch
  • Swiped
  • Swordfish
  • Taxi Driver
  • The Accountant of Auschwitz
  • The American
  • The Book of Eli
  • The Brothers Grimm
  • Mean Dreams
  • Mean Streets
  • Megamind
  • Nights in Rodanthe
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop
  • The Hangover
  • The Pink Panther
  • The Pink Panther 2
  • War Against Women
  • Who's That Knocking At My Door?

July 2

  • Bangkok Love Stories: Objects of Affection
  • Bangkok Love Stories: Plead
  • Good Witch — Season 4

July 3

  • The Last Czars
  • Yummy Mummies — Season 2

July 4

  • Stranger Things 3
  • Kakegurui — Season 2

July 5

  • In The Dark — Season 1

July 6

  • Free Rein — Season 3
  • The Iron Lady
  • Sicilian Ghost Story

July 9

  • Disney's Mary Poppins Returns
  • Kinky

July 10

  • Family Reunion
  • Grand Designs — Season 10 & Season 15
  • Parchís: El documental

July 11

  • Cities of Last Things

July 12

  • 3Below: Tales of Arcadia: Part 2
  • 4 latas
  • Blown Away
  • Bonus Family — Season 3
  • Extreme Engagement
  • Kidnapping Stella
  • Luis Miguel — The Series — Season 1
  • Point Blank
  • Smart People
  • Taco Chronicles
  • True Tunes: Songs

July 13

  • Sorry Angel

July 16

  • The Break-Up
  • Disney's The Princess and the Frog
  • Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein
  • Wynonna Earp — Season 3

July 17

  • Pinky Malinky: Part 3

July 18

  • Secret Obsession

July 19

  • Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2019: Freshly Brewed
  • The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants — Season 3
  • La casa de papel — Part 3
  • Last Chance U: INDY: Part 2
  • Queer Eye — Season 4
  • Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac
  • Typewriter

July 22

  • Inglorious Basterds

July 24

  • The Great Hack

July 25

  • Another Life
  • Workin' Moms — Season 2

July 26

  • Boi
  • The Exception
  • Girls with Balls
  • My First First Love — Season 2
  • Orange Is The New Black — Season 7
  • The Son
  • Sugar Rush — Season 2
  • The Worst Witch — Season 3

July 29

  • The Croods

July 30

  • Whitney Cummings: Can I Touch It?

July 31

  • Kengan Ashura: Part 1
  • The Letdown — Season 2
  • The Red Sea Diving Resort
  • Wentworth — Season 7

What's Leaving

July 1

  • Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
  • Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
  • Blood Diamond
  • Body of Lies
  • Bull Durham
  • Chasing Amy
  • Cool Hand Luke
  • Definitely, Maybe
  • Did You Hear About the Morgans?
  • Doctor Zhivago
  • Dolphin Tale
  • Dumb and Dumber
  • East of Eden
  • Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer — Season 1
  • It Takes Two
  • Malibu's Most Wanted
  • Monster-In-Law
  • Pan's Labyrinth
  • Punch-Drunk Love
  • Silence of the Lambs
  • The Boondock Saints
  • The Interview
  • The Matrix
  • The Matrix Reloaded
  • The Matrix Revolutions
  • The Mummy
  • The Mummy Returns
  • The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
  • The Terminator
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
  • The Wild Bunch
  • Turner and Hooch
  • Valkyrie
  • Wedding Crashers

July 2

  • Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

July 4

  • The Indian in the Cupboard

July 9

  • Lion

July 10

  • Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

July 12

  • Gone Baby Gone

July 14

  • The Immigrant

July 16

  • American Gangster

July 27

  • Pretty Little Liars — Seasons 1-7

July 30

  • Staten Island Summer