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All the New Netflix Releases We're Excited to Watch This July 2019

Thrillers are all the rage this month!
All the New Netflix Releases We're Excited to Watch This July 2019
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Thrillers are all the rage this month!

Craving a little more action in your life? Get your dose of thrilling adventures with Netflix’s newest releases for July!

TV Series

Designated Survivor: 60 Days (July 1)

After suffering a catastrophic attack that kills everyone in the cabinet, Minister of Environment Park Mu-jin is forced to take over the presidency for 60 days as he unwillingly attempts to lead Korea out of the chaos it found itself in. 


Stranger Things: Season 3 (July 4)

The gang is back for more hair-raising action in the newest season of Stranger Things with Eleven as the central focus. Buckle up, because according to the cast, it's their goriest season yet!

Queer Eye: Season 4 (July 19)

Back for more, the Fab Five is ready to serve yet another season of fresh looks, fabulous makeovers, and moving life lessons along the way.


My First First Love: Season 2 (July 26)

The Korean coming-of-age series, My First First Love, returns for a second chapter just 100 days after its first season debuted on Netflix. Season two is set to pick up where season one's cliffhanger left off.

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Orange Is the New Black: Season 7 (July 26)

The fine, badass ladies of Litchfield are returning for Orange Is the New Black’s seventh and final season. Its last run will open with Piper adjusting to a life out of jail while her wife Alex still has years of prison-time ahead of her.

Films

Kidnapping Stella (July 12)

This disturbing German thriller follows a kidnapped woman as she tries to escape from the torturous ways of her two masked abductors.

Secret Obsession (July 18)

In yet another thriller, former Disney star Brenda Song plays a woman who wakes up with partial amnesia. As she struggles to get her memories back, she begins to question if she can truly trust those closest to her.

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The Red Sea Diving Resort (July 31)

Chris Evans stars in The Red Sea Diving Resort, a biographical retelling set in 1981 of the bravery of a group of international agents and Ethiopians who evacuate thousands of refugees from Sudan to Israel.

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