Just because its summer, it doesn’t mean we have to spend all our time outdoors; we can also have a very good July with a bit of Netflix and their new additions.
Each month the streaming service updates its catalogue and it just gets better and better!
Here’s what is new to Netflix this month – get your notepad and be ready!
- Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: Freshly Brewed
In a new set of episodes for 2018, Jerry Seinfeld takes a ride with 12 comedy heavyweights, including Jerry Lewis, Ellen DeGeneres and Dave Chappelle.
- Sacred Games
Set amid the chaos of Mumbai, this epic series explores the corrupt underworld lurking beneath India’s economic renaissance.
- Mr. Sunshine
A young boy who ends up in the US after the 1871 Shinmiyangyo incident returns to Korea at a historical turning point and falls for a noblewoman.
- Sugar Rush
Time’s the most important ingredient as competitive teams race against the clock to bake up the best-tasting sweets.
- Orange Is The New Black: Season 6
In the wake of the riot, the women are taken to a maximum security prison and face serious charges.
- El Chapo: Season 3
El Chapo seeks to expand his empire worldwide, and becomes acquainted with a famous actress, to whom he pitches his Hollywood-esque life story.
- Inside the Criminal Mind
Explore the psychological machinations and immoral behaviour that define the most nefarious types of criminals.
- Power Season 5
The explosive fifth season arrives on July 2nd with new episodes every Monday.
- El Aviso
After the loss of his friend, a mathematical genius figures out a pattern of deaths at a gas station and sets out to warn the next young victim.
- Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 2
Raphael Rowe, who spent 12 years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit, investigates some of the world’s toughest prisons from the inside.
- Somebody Feed Phil: The Second Course
Phil Rosenthal continues his culinary journey of the world, making stops in Dublin, Venice, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Cape Town and New York City.
- Drug Lords: Season 2
Drug lords El Chapo, Jemeker Thompson, Christopher Coke and Klaas Bruinsma use fear and violence to make money and avoid authorities.
- The Bleeding Edge
This ground-breaking documentary explores how America’s profit-driven multi-billion-dollar medical device industry puts patients at risk daily.