Here’s What’s Streaming On Netflix And HBO Max In July
Getty Images

Here’s What’s Streaming On Netflix And HBO Max In July

Get your streaming on.

Culture & Entertainment

There’s nothing like finding a good TV series or movie to watch on your favorite streaming services. The summer is the perfect time to explore what’s new and exciting or revisit an oldie but goodie. Both Netflix and HBO Max have some exciting and new releases for July. From HBO Max’s Rap Sh*t, which is presented by Issa Rae to the season three premiere of Ludacris’ Netflix animated series Karma’s World, there are plenty of options to choose from. So get your streaming on below.

Here is the full schedule of what’s coming to Netflix and HBO in July.

What's New On Netflix: July 2022

July 1

Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 2 – Netflix original movie

A Call to Spy

Big Daddy

Blue Jasmine

Boogie Nights

Catch Me If You Can


Falls Around Her

Final Score


I Am Legend



Mean Girls

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

Natural Born Killers

Old School

Police Academy




The Dark Knight Rises

The Dirty Dozen

The Pursuit of Happyness

The Talented Mr. Ripley

The Terminal


Wyatt Earp

Zero Dark Thirty

July 2

Operation Romeo

July 3

Blair Witch (2016)

Oh My Baby Season 1

The Art of Incarnation

July 4

Leave No Trace

July 5

Attack on Pearl Harbor: Minute By Minute Season 1

The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch Season 1

July 6

Control Z Season 3 – Netflix original series

Girl in the Picture – Netflix original documentary

Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between – Netflix original movie

King of Stonks

Uncle from Another World

Fast & Feel Love

July 7

The Flash Season 8

Karma's World Season 3 – Netflix original series


July 8

Boo, Bitch – Netflix original series

Capitani Season 2 – Netflix original series

Dangerous Liaisons – Netflix original movie

How To Build a Sex Room – Netflix original documentary series

Incantation – Netflix original movie

Ride on Time Season 4

Jewel – Netflix original movie

The Longest Night – Netflix original series

Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls – Netflix original interactive special

The Sea Beast – Netflix original animated movie

July 9


July 10

12 Strong

July 11

For Jojo – Netflix original movie

Team Zenko Go Season 2 – Netflix original animated series

Valley of the Dead – Netflix original movie

July 12

Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks – Netflix original special

How to Change Your Mind – Netflix original documentary series

My Daughter's Killer – Netflix original documentary

July 13

Big Timber Season 2

CHiPS (2017)

D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! – Netflix original documentary series

Hurts Like Hell – Netflix original series

Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres – Netflix original documentary

Sintonia Season 3 – Netflix original series

Under the Amalfi Sun – Netflix original movie

July 14

Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight – Netflix original animated series

Resident Evil – Netflix original series

July 15

Alba – Netflix original series

Country Queen – Netflix original series

Farzar – Netflix original animated series

Love Goals (Jaadugar) – Netflix original movie

Mom, Don't Do That! – Netflix original series


Persuasion – Netflix original movie

Remarriage & Desires – Netflix original series


July 16


July 18

Live is Life – Netflix original movie

My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along – Netflix original movie

StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing Collection 2: Learn to Read – Netflix original animated series

Too Old for Fairy Tales – Netflix original movie

July 19

David A. Arnold: It Ain't For the Weak – Netflix original special

July 20

Bad Exorcist Seasons 1-2 – Netflix original series

Virgin River Season 4 – Netflix original series

July 21

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Season 5 – Netflix original animated series

July 22

Blown Away Season 3 – Netflix original series

My Village People

One Piece (New Seasons)

The Gray Man – Netflix original movie

July 25

Gabby's Dollhouse Season 5 – Netflix original animated series

July 26

August: Osage County

DI4RIES – Netflix original series

Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl

Street Food: USA – Netflix original documentary series

July 27

Car Masters: Rust to Riches Season 4 – Netflix original documentary series

Dream Home Makeover Season 3 – Netflix original documentary series

The Most Hated Man on the Internet – Netflix original documentary

Pipa – Netflix original movie

Rebelde Season 2 – Netflix original series

July 28

A Cut Above – Netflix original movie

Another Self – Netflix original series

Keep Breathing – Netflix original series

Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation – Netflix original animated series

July 29

The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem Season 2 – Netflix original series

Case Closed: Zero's Tea Time / Detective Conan: Zero's Tea Time – Netflix original animated series

The Entitled – Netflix original movie

Fanático – Netflix original series

Purple Hearts – Netflix original movie

Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series – Netflix original series

Uncoupled – Netflix original series

July 31

The Wretched

What's New On HBO Max: July 2022

July 1

A Kind of Murder

A Simple Plan

Act of Valor

Angels in the Outfield


Backstabbing for Beginners

Baggage Claim

Blanes Esquina Muller (AKA Blanes St and Muller)

Bringing Out the Dead

Catch a Fire

Code of Silence


David Copperfield

Doctor Who: Eve of Daleks

Sin City (Unrated Version)

Godzilla (1998)

Goodbye, Mr. Chips

Hollow Man (Director's Cut)

How to Screw It All Up (AKA Cómo mandarlo todo a la mierda) – Max Original Season 1 Premiere

I Spy

Indecent Proposal


La Ciudad De Las Fieras (AKA City of Wild Beasts)

Last Night in Soho


Lone Survivor

Lord of War

Losing Isaiah

Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter

Mrs. Winterbourne

One for the Money


Pawn Sacrifice

Postcards From the Edge

Rio 2

Running Scared

Safe (2012)

She's Having a Baby


Sleepless in Seattle

Snow Day

Spy Kids

Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over

Suite Francaise

That Awkward Moment

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

The Con is On

The Counselor (Extended Version)

The Great American Pastime

The Heat (Extended Version)

The Impossible

The Legends of Zorro

The Other Woman

The Plot Thickens Season 3 Premiere

The Raid

The Satanic Rites of Dracula

The World's End

This is Elvis


Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning


What's Eating Gilbert Grape

July 2

Before Midnight

Sidewalk Stories

July 7

Miss S – Max original Season 1 premiere

The Visitors – Max original Season 1 premiere

July 9 

Mad Max: Fury Road

July 10

The Anarchists – HBO limited documentary series premiere

July 11

Tuca & Bertie Season 3 premiere

July 12

Craig of the Creek Season 4C premiere

Edge of the Earth – HBO sports documentary series premiere

The Bob's Burgers Movie

July 14

FBoy Island – Max original Season 2 premiere

Vote for Juan (Vota Juan/Venga Juan), Season 1 and 2

Vote for Juan (Venga Juan) Season 3 – Max original premiere

July 15

Kung Fu Season 2 premiere

The Rehearsal – HBO comedy series premiere

July 16

Godzilla (2014)

July 17

Rat in the Kitchen Season 1 premiere

July 19

We Baby Bears Season 1D premiere

July 21

Almost Fly – Max original Season 1 premiere

Pacto Brutal - O Assassinato de Daniella Perex – Max Original Documentary Series

Rap Sh!t – Max original Season 1 premiere

The Last Movie Stars – Max original 6-part documentary premiere

July 23

Walker Season 2 premiere

July 26

Bugs Bunny Builders Season 1A premiere

July 27

We Met in Virtual Reality – HBO original documentary premiere

July 28

Citizen Ashe – Max original premiere

Love Monster – Max original Season 3 premiere

Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin – Max Original Season 1 premiere

Wellington Paranormal – Season 4 premiere

July 29

Superman & Lois Season 2 premiere

The Milestone Generation

Let’s make things inbox official! Sign up for the xoNecole newsletter for daily love, wellness, career, and exclusive content delivered straight to your inbox.

Featured image by Getty Images

The Evolution Of Serena Williams

It is like witnessing magic when you watch an athlete do what they do best. To see a mere human soar in the air over to the other side of a bar or to witness someone run at a speed quicker than a human thought. A basketball player defying gravity just to get a ball into a hoop. A ballerina turning their body into a top, spinning and spinning without fatigue.

Keep reading...Show less
The daily empowerment fix you need.
Make things inbox official.
Lori Harvey On Dating With A Purpose & Not Compromising Her Peace For Anyone

Lori Harvey’s dating life has consistently been a hot topic on social media and now the model is shedding light on some of her dating do’s and don’ts. In an episode of Bumble’s new “Luv2SeeIt” content series, the SKN by LH founder sat down with the series' director, producer, and host Teyana Taylor and disclosed some quote-worthy thoughts on dating and relationships.

Keep reading...Show less
Black Women, We Deserve More

When the NYT posted an article this week about the recent marriage of a Black woman VP of a multi-billion-dollar company and a Black man who took her on a first date at the parking lot of a Popeyes, the reaction on social media was swift and polarizing. The two met on Hinge and had their parking lot rendezvous after he’d canceled their first two dates. When the groom posted a photo from their wedding on social media, he bragged about how he never had “pressure” to take her on “any fancy dates or expensive restaurants.”

It’s worth reading on your own to get the full breadth of all the foolery that transpired. But the Twitter discourse it inspired on what could lead a successful Black woman to accept lower than bare minimum in pursuit of a relationship and marriage, made me think of the years of messaging that Black women receive about how our standards are too high and what we have to “bring to the table” in order to be "worthy" of what society has deemed is the ultimate showing of our worth: a marriage to a man.

That's right, the first pandemic I lived through was not Covid, but the pandemic of the Black male relationship expert. I was young – thirteen to be exact – when Steve Harvey published his best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. Though he was still just a stand-up comedian, oversized suit hoarder, and man on his third marriage at the time, his relationship advice was taken as the gospel truth.

The 2000s were a particularly bleak time to be a single Black woman. Much of the messaging –created by men – that surrounded Black women at the time blamed their desire for a successful career and for a partner that matched their drive and ambition for the lack of romance in their life. Statistics about Black women’s marriageability were always wielded against Black women as evidence of our lack of desirability.

It’s no wonder then that a man that donned a box cut well into the 2000s was able to convince women across the nation to not have sex for the first three months of a relationship. Or that a slew of other Black men had their go at telling Black women that they’re not good enough and why their book, seminar, or show will be the thing that makes them worthy of a Good Man™.

This is how we end up marrying men who cancel twice before taking us on a “date” in the Popeyes parking lot, or husbands writing social media posts about how their Black wife is not “the most beautiful” or “the most intelligent” or the latest season of trauma dumping known as Black Love on OWN.

Now that I’ve reached my late twenties, many things about how Black women approach dating and relationships have changed and many things have remained the same. For many Black women, the idea of chronic singleness is not the threat that it used to be. Wanting romance doesn’t exist in a way that threatens to undermine the other relationships we have with our friends, family, and ourselves as it once did, or at least once was presented to us. There is a version of life many of us are embracing where a man not wanting us, is not the end of what could still be fruitful and vibrant life.

There are still Black women out there however who have yet to unlearn the toxic ideals that have been projected onto us about our worthiness in relation to our intimate lives. I see it all the time online. The absolute humiliation and disrespect some Black women are willing to stomach in the name of being partnered. The hoops that some Black women are willing to jump through just to receive whatever lies beneath the bare minimum.

It's worth remembering that there are different forces at play that gather to make Black women feast off the scraps we are given. A world saturated by colorism, fatphobia, anti-Blackness, ableism, and classism will always punish Black women who demand more for themselves. Dismantling these systems also means divesting from any and everything that makes us question our worth.

Because truth be told, Black women are more than worthy of having a love that is built on mutual respect and admiration. A love that is honey sweet and radiates a light that rivals the sun. A love that is a steadying calming force that doesn’t bring confusion or anxiety. Black women deserve a love that is worthy of the prize that we are.

Let’s make things inbox official! Sign up for the xoNecole newsletter for daily love, wellness, career, and exclusive content delivered straight to your inbox.

Featured image: Getty Images

Tisha Campbell Opens Up About Finding Herself Again After Divorce

Tisha Campbell has a new show on Netflix called Uncoupled which stars Neil Patrick Harris as his character learns to rebuild his life after a breakup with his long-term partner. While Tisha’s character may not be going through a breakup, the veteran actress has had a similar experience in real life. The Martin star divorced the L.A.’s Finest star Duane Martin after 22 years of marriage and 27 years together in total. Soon after the divorce was finalized, Tisha claimed that Duane left her with $7 to her name but now she is in the restoration phase of her life.

Keep reading...Show less
Honey & Spice Author Bolu Babalola’s Hopeful Romance
Some may see romantic comedies and dramas as a guilty pleasure. But author Bolu Babalola indulges in the genre with no apology.
Keep reading...Show less
Exclusive Interviews
Former Beyoncé Dancer Deja Riley On Changing Her Career For Her Mental Health

Former Beyoncé Dancer Deja Riley On Changing Her Career For Her Mental Health

"I felt like I was not enough. And my mental health is important. So when I started feeling that way, I knew that it was time to shift."

Latest Posts