Netflix Is Adding 18 New Movies/TV Shows This Week
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Jul 18, 2021 9:48 am2021-07-18T09:48:52-05:00
The Netflix library is constantly expanding, and it’s long since reached the point where if you can’t make your mind up right away about what you want to watch, you may well find yourself scrolling through the homepage for twice as long as it takes to actually sit through a movie or a few episodes of television.
The good news is that there are several big hitters on their way to the platform this week covering both exclusive and pre-existing content to satisfy the majority of genre cravings, and more than a few of them stand a very good chance at cracking the Top 10 most-watched list.
First of all, we should address the insane dating show Sexy Beasts, where contestants are caked in elaborate prosthetic makeup resembling a variety of animals to then go on dates, proving that beauty is on the inside, or something. It looks wild as hell, but you can check out the rest of the more normal new incoming arrivals below.
Released July 20
Released July 21
Chernobyl 1986 *NETFLIX FILM
One on One with Kirk Cameron: Season 1
Sexy Beasts *NETFLIX SERIES
The Movies That Made Us: Season 2 *NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Too Hot to Handle: Brazil *NETFLIX SERIES
Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans *NETFLIX FAMILY
Released July 22
Still Working 9 to 5
Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop *NETFLIX ANIME
Return To Eternia With First Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Photos
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Released July 23
A Second Chance: Rivals! *NETFLIX FAMILY
Bankrolled *NETFLIX FILM
Blood Red Sky *NETFLIX FILM
Kingdom: Ashin of the North *NETFLIX FILM
Masters of the Universe: Revelation *NETFLIX SERIES
Sky Rojo: Season 2 *NETFLIX SERIES
The Last Letter From Your Lover *NETFLIX FILM
Released July 24
Charmed: Season 3
Blood Red Sky promises the sort of high concept genre film that could become a genuine breakout success,. The animated Masters of the Universe: Revelation is , and there’s plenty of big name talent on either side of the creative process.
Season 2 of Sky Rojo delivers more high octane thrills from the creators of Money Heist, following three fed-up strippers as they decided to reclaim their lives from a vengeful pimp, and Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained is an epic Western that’ll be hoping toto have been added to Netflix, all of which made it into the Top 10 eventually.