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What To Watch on Netflix in July 2024

from crime to drama

Any serial procrastinator can confirm: no evening spent at home with a takeaway is complete without the right movie or series. Enter Netflix, your best friend in such scenarios.

Having helped countless people savor their meals— and even act as a wingman when needed— the streaming platform has grown into the go-to destination for when neither YouTube nor traditional TV offer anything worthy of pressing play. In fact, many would even argue that the American giant has managed to eclipse both over the past few years.

And for those who find themselves running out of things to watch, below, we’ve curated a list of the must-watch shows and films releasing this month that will keep you entertained for those days you feel like staying in.

‘Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F’

Release date: July 3

Netflix synopsis: Forty years after his unforgettable first case in Beverly Hills, Detroit cop Axel Foley returns to do what he does best: solve crimes and cause chaos.

‘The Man With 1000 Kids’

Release date: July 3

Netflix synopsis: A group of families learn the charismatic man they had trusted is sperm donor to hundreds — or perhaps thousands — of other children across the world.

‘The Imaginary’


Release date: July 5

Netflix synopsis: Amanda and her imaginary friend Rudger go on thrilling make-believe adventures. But when Rudger finds himself alone, he faces a mysterious threat.

‘Homicide: Los Angeles’


Release date: July 16

Netflix synopsis: LA County Sheriff’s Department investigators reveal chilling details about notable cases in this true-crime docuseries from the creator of “Law & Order.”

‘Cobra Kai- Season 6 Part 1’ 

Release date: July 18

Netflix synopsis: Picking up with Cobra Kai eliminated from the Valley, our senseis and students must decide if and how they will compete in the Sekai Taikai — the world championships of karate.

‘Find Me Falling’


Release date: July 19

Netflix synopsis: After a failed comeback album, a rock star retreats to a cliffside home on Cyprus, only to find his new life complicated by visitors — and an old flame.

Dirty Pop: The Boy Band Scam’


Release date: July 24

Netflix synopsis: Backstreet Boys. NSYNC. Lou Pearlman created the biggest boy bands of the ’90s — and one of the largest Ponzi schemes in history.

‘Non Negotiable’

Release date: July 26

Netflix synopsis: Hostage negotiator Alan Bender is called to rescue the president from a kidnapping, only to find himself also mediating to save his wife and marriage.

‘Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 4’


Release date: July 31

Netflix Synopsis: Cold cases, bizarre creatures and more puzzling events are reexamined by witnesses, law enforcement and experts in this chilling docuseries.

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