The Movies & Shows Coming To Netflix In July 2018 Will Make You Want To Stay Inside Even On The Sunniest Days

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Summer may be a time that you prefer to stay outside, but thanks to Netflix, there's still plenty of reason to stay inside even on the warmest of days. If you still aren't convinced, though, what's coming to Netflix in July 2018 should be enough to prove that summer weather can only go so far when it comes to marathoning your way through various movies and beloved TV shows. The streaming service always has great options to offer, but July in particular will prove to provide an exceptional line-up of options, including a few of your childhood favorites and some franchises that are dino-mite, just to give you a clue.

So while some of you may be inclined to lounge out by the pool for the month or perhaps think about taking a break entirely from TV for awhile, this list may very well end up changing your mind. After all, who needs sunshine when you have a vast array of exciting adventures and romantic excursions at your fingertips? From fairytale favorites to nail-biting thrillers, there's something to hold everyone's interest and keep you occupied all summer long. But you don't have to just take my word for it.

Just out the biggest selection of movies and TV shows heading to Netflix in the coming weeks.

1. 'Jurassic Park'

Hold onto your butts because Jurassic Park will be available for streaming very soon. Netflix (much like life) has found a way to make all your dino dreams come true. (July 1)

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2. 'The Lost World: Jurassic Park'

Let Jeff Goldblum make all your dino dreams come true as he portrays Ian Malcolm in the second installment of the Jurassic franchise. (July 1)

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3. "Jurassic Park III'

Yes, that's right — you're getting all three Jurassic Park movies for the price of one Netflix account. Spared no expense. (July 1)

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4. 'Happy Gilmore'

Adam Sandler fans will be thrilled to have this classic film of his at their fingertips from now on. Now that's what I call a hole in one. (July 1)

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5. 'Finding Neverland'

Enter the world of the man who created the cleverest boy in the world. A boy who will never grow up and whose imagination has inspired a world of adventures. Also, feel free to enjoy the talents of Freddie Highmore as a little boy before his days on The Bates Motel and The Good Doctor. (July 1)


6. 'Get Smart'

Because anything starring Steve Carell is worth watching. (July 1)

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7. 'Interview with the Vampire'

Before vampire movies were all the rage, there was the iconic Interview with the Vampire film, starring some of the biggest names in Hollywood at the time, including Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise. (July 1)

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8. 'Journey to the Center of the Earth'

Before his starring role as Peta on The Hunger Games, Josh Hutcherson was an adorable young boy in this epic adventure that makes you really wonder what exists within the ground below your feet. (July 1)

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9. 'Scooby Doo'

Zoinks! Your favorite scooby gang is making its way to a streaming platform near you. Prepare your freak outs accordingly. (July 1)

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10. 'The Boondock Saints'

Proof that Norman Reedus hasn't spent his entire career fighting off zombies in The Walking Dead, though the film is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. (July 1)

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11. 'The Princess Diaries'

Join Mia Thermopolis on her journey of figuring out what it's like to become a princess in Anne Hathaway's breakout role. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll wish Genovia was a real place. (July 1)

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12. 'Troy'

This all-star cast will make you long for the days of Achilles and serve as an important reminder to never accept large wooden horses without questioning where they came from. (July 1)

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13. 'Van Helsing'

Dracula, Frankenstein, werewolves — this film has everything your supernatural heart desires. (July 1)

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14. 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' Season 10

Don't miss the newest episodes of Jerry Seinfeld's fun comedy series that involves laughs, sightseeing, and, of course, coffee. This time he'll be riding alongside the likes of Jerry Lewis, Ellen DeGeneres, and Dave Chappelle, just to name a few. (July 6)

15. 'Orange Is The New Black' Season 6

Fans will be saying goodbye to Litchfield and accompanying their favorite inmates on a new journey as the series explores the aftermath of the prison riot. Needless to say, it's gonna be a must-see affair. (July 27)

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16. 'Samantha!'

A former child star, Samantha, tries desperately to get back into the spotlight in this Netflix Original. (July 6)

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17. 'Scream 4'

Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette all returned to the scary movie franchise in 2011's Scream 4, a film that continued the murderous saga started over 20 years earlier in 1996's Scream. (July 7)

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18. 'How It Ends'

The Netflix original film How It Ends stars Theo James, Forest Whitaker, and Kat Graham, and follows a father desperate to reunite with his pregnant wife in a dangerous post-apocalyptic Earth. (July 13)

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19. 'Blue Valentine'

Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams are a heartbreaking couple in Blue Valentine, a movie about relationships so real, it will send you reaching for the tissue box. (July 5)

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20. 'Jim Jefferies: This Is Me Now'

Comedian Jim Jefferies is back with a new Netflix stand-up special, Jim Jefferies: This Is Me Now. (July 13)


21. 'The Sinner' — Season 1

Jessica Biel returned to television in 2017 with a knockout role in The Sinner. In the mystery drama, Biel played Cora, a seemingly ordinary young mother who one day violently kills a man at the beach. (July 2)

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