You’re going to need a strong watchlist pile for the season because July is just around the corner. But fear not—this upcoming month promises to be jam-packed with interesting Netflix program debuts. You’ve come to the perfect place if you’re searching for a new batch of entertaining nostalgia titles, seasons, and hit programs.
This list of the top Netflix series available right now is guaranteed to give you some ideas for what to watch in July. There is plenty to keep you occupied throughout the entire month, so grab some buttered popcorn, cuddle up beneath a blanket, and sink into some Netflix July TV series.
The Midnight Club
The plot of Christopher Pike’s 1994 young adult horror novel The Midnight Club begins with Ilonka (Iman Benson) receiving a thyroid cancer diagnosis as she prepares for her graduation from high school. After trying all available treatments, Ilonka enters Brightcliffe Hospice, where, according to the hospice’s literature, “teens can transition on their own terms,” to deal with her terminal prognosis months later. There, Ilonka meets Dr. Georgina Stanton (Heather Langenkamp), the school’s founder, as well as Kevin (Igby Rigney), Anya (Ruth Codd), and Spence (Chris Sumpter), among the other pupils. She also discovers that her classmates sneak into the library at night to tell spooky tales and watch for what happens next.
A jewelry theft is the subject of Kaleidoscope. But first, it relates the tale of everything that happened before and after the significant event. An elderly con named Ray Vernon (Giancarlo Esposito) assembles a crew to defraud Graham Davies (Rufus Sewell), an old acquaintance. They believe a person on the squad is leaking information, though, as things start to go awry.
Alice in Borderland Season 2
Ryohei Arisu (Kento Yamazaki), the protagonist of Alice in Borderland, is a man with no work, no money, and no drive other than to play video games. Arisu runs out after arguing with his father over his aimless existence and meets up with buddies (Keita Machida and Yûki Morinaga) to start mayhem in the Shibuya area. But when they emerge from hiding in a toilet cubicle to avoid the cops, the city is deserted and empty. They unintentionally start a game when they accidentally enter a building. Since failing this game might result in their deaths, it’s a good thing Arisu is skilled at them.
Ingrid’s life is going as planned. She is in a great position to succeed as an attorney at her law firm after six years of arduous effort. She is dating a man who is regarded as one of New York’s most eligible bachelors. Ingrid’s life appears to be going according to plan until a person from her past unexpectedly appears, making her doubt everything.
Ginny & Georgia
After the affluent short-term spouse of 30-year-old Georgia (Brianne Howey) passes away suddenly, GINNY & GEORGIA begins. She moves to a pleasant, affluent, fictional Massachusetts town with her 9-year-old son Austin and 15-year-old daughter Ginny (Antonia Gentry) after leaving Houston. Georgia deceives her way into a job with the alluring city mayor (Scott Portman from Friday Night Lights), Ginny discovers a group of friends who quickly introduce her to sex and drugs, and young Austin punches a bully with the assistance of his mother. What additional secrets is Georgia keeping from the public, and how can biracial Ginny survive in their predominantly White town?