New Must Watch Shows on Netflix in July 2022
Netflix has fresh programming for July. It is hard to choose what to watch. Netflix has you covered with new and returning shows. Returning favourites are soothing, from the final Stranger Things episodes to Virgin River. D.B. Cooper’s mythology, new Kung Fu Panda and Resident Evil series, and Darren Star’s romantic comedy are all fresh. Everyone’s needs are addressed. Here are must watch releases we recommend.
Stranger Things (Season 4 – Volume 2)
After a breathtaking seven episodes in the first portion, the last two massive episodes of Season 4 of Stranger Things have finally landed. Fans are eager to learn how the season will wrap up after being left hanging by several significant events. Since we can always count on The Duffer Brothers to take out a beloved character, everyone should prepare for the worst. Not only are the youngsters battling Vecna/Henry Creel, but there’s also an angry crowd of villagers who are out for their heads. Poor El (Millie Bobby Brown) is still in the middle of nowhere trying to regain her powers so she can once again save the day while Nancy (Natalia Dyer) is trapped in the Upside-Down. The federal officers are hot on the trail of Jonathan (Charlie Heaton), Will (Noah Schnapp), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), and their new friend, Argyle (Eduardo Franco). And let’s not forget that Joyce (Winona Ryder), Hopper (David Harbour), and Murray (Brett Gelman) are still stuck in Russia. Sure they got Hopper from the prison, but they still had to get home. It is unlikely they have no idea what their kids are doing or what is happening in Hawkins, but the finale should be spectacular.
It’s doubtful they haven’t the faintest idea what their kids are up to much less what’s going down in Hawkins, but it is guaranteed to be a thrilling finish.
Release Date: July 1
Boo, Bitch (Limited Series)
It is the weirdest thing to be a high school zero and find out that you are dead the next day. Even weirder? Now you’re the most popular girl around. Lana Condor plays Erika, a high school senior who gets her chance to shine and resolve some lingering difficulties before graduating to the next level. This short series will have 8 episodes with an unique ghostly twist on high school angst.
Release Date: July 8
D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?!
There have been many retellings of the story of D.B. Cooper, yet we still have no explanations as to what transpired. Back in 1971, the terrifying tale begins when a guy identifying himself as Dan Cooper got onto a plane and warned the flight attendant he had a bomb. With his suitcase full of $200,000, he opened an aircraft door and parachuted off the plane never to be heard from again. 51 years later, this limited series will once again investigate all the lore and the proof (or lack thereof) as to whatever happened to this mystery individual who has become a folk legend over the decades. People have claimed to be him, know him, or have found him over the years, and even if the case seems unsolvable, we will always check in for more.
Release date: July 13
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight
The adventures of Po (Jack Black) continue as the successful franchise stretches its scope to a series. The series will send Po on a new journey as he and a new buddy known as the Wandering Blade (Rita Ora) try to stop some nefarious weasels in this new animated series. The series debuted back in 2008 and has generated sequels and spinoffs to its lucrative franchise over the last 15 years. James Hong will also revive his renowned role as Ping in the flicks.
Release Date: July 14
Resident Evil (Season 1)
A new series drawn from the popular computer game of the same name from one of the producers of Supernatural lands at Netflix in mid-July. The series will ping pong back and forth between two timelines with 14 years between them, each following twins, Jade (Ella Balinska) and Billie Wesker. A. Rudolph, Adèle In the 2022 timeline, they are 14 years old and have come to New Raccoon City with their father Albert (Lance Reddick) so he may develop a dangerous new virus. The 2036 timeline will juxtapose the outcomes of said virus. The plot is as prescient as ever and will run its first eight-episode season in Mid-July.
Release Date: July 14
Virgin River (Season 4)
The hit show Virgin River is back for its anticipated fourth season. Last season we were left with a series of cliffhangers that need to be answered shortly. Jack (Martin Henderson), evidently, is expecting a lot of children; two with Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley) and potentially one with Mel (Alexandra Breckenridge) (Alexandra Breckenridge). Although we’re not exactly clear yet who the father of Mel’s kid is. We also need to find out if Hope (Annette O’Toole) is okay following that vehicle accident. And will we ever find out who shot Jack? There are plenty of questions that need answered, but happily the wait is almost over. Virgin River is like a warm, pleasant, cup of hot cocoa that helps to shut out the actual world even for only a few hours.
Release Date: July 20