Everything Coming to Netflix in August 2023: In August 2023, Netflix offers an impressive lineup of content encompassing action, comedy, drama, animation, and much more. The streaming service continues to strengthen its reputation for producing compelling original content while also bringing popular TV shows and movies from a diverse range of studios and production companies, ensuring that subscribers have a diverse selection of content to choose from.
In the exciting August catalog additions, Netflix has a diverse lineup to offer. Fans of Heartstopper can look forward to Season 2, while Zombie enthusiasts should mark their calendars for the premiere of Zombiverse on August 8th. The thought-provoking limited series, Painkiller, delves into a fictionalized version of the opioid crisis in America, exploring its origins and aftermath.
For a unique twist, Marry My Dead Body, set to release on August 10th, tells the story of a special bond between a human and a ghost. Gal Gadot’s admirers can anticipate Heart of Stone, starring the talented Alia Bhatt alongside her. Meanwhile, animation lovers will be delighted with The Monkey King, a family comedy that promises a delightful viewing experience. In this article, we have listed declared titles that will be streaming in August on Netflix.
1. Heartstopper (Season 2), on August 3rd
Nick and Charlie navigate their new relationship; Tara and Darcy face unforeseen challenges, and Tao and Elle work out if they can ever be more than just friends. With exams on the horizon, a school trip to Paris, and a prom to plan, the gang has a lot to juggle as they journey through the next stages of life, love, and friendship.
2. Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead, on August 3rd
Akira Tendo (Eiji Akaso) works at an abusive company where he suffers endless late hours, power harassment from his boss, and illogical tasks. He spends his days feeling more dead than alive. One morning, the town is overtaken by zombies, and the familiar landscape is already devastated. Seeing such destruction, Akira shouts with glee that he doesn’t need to go to the office anymore. Showing his innate positivity, Akira comes up with a list of 100 things he wants to do before he becomes a zombie, including cleaning his home and camping on his balcony, and sets out to complete his bucket list.
3. Zombieverse, on August 8th
Seoul has turned into a zombie universe, and a group of contestants must complete challenging quests for survival.
4. Painkiller (Limited Series), on August 10th
A fictionalized retelling of events, Painkiller is a scripted limited series that explores some of the origins and aftermath of the opioid crisis in America, highlighting the stories of the perpetrators, victims, and truth-seekers whose lives are forever altered by the invention of OxyContin. An examination of crime, accountability, and the systems that have repeatedly failed hundreds of thousands of Americans, Painkiller is based on the book Pain Killer by Barry Meier and the New Yorker Magazine article ‘The Family That Built an Empire of Pain’ by Patrick Radden Keefe. Executive produced by Eric Newman, Pete Berg, Alex Gibney, and showrunners/creators Micah Fitzerman-Blue & Noah Harpster. Starring Uzo Aduba, Matthew Broderick, Taylor Kitsch, Dina Shihabi, and West Duchovny.
5. Marry My Dead Body, on August 10th
One day a police officer finds a red wedding envelope, only to find out that the owner of the red envelope is, in fact, a ghost from the other side asking for the officer’s hand in marriage before reincarnation. What will happen when a human and a ghost form a special bond? Closing film to the 2022 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, the largest and longest-running film festival in Taiwan, Marry My Dead Body transcends the boundaries of both death and gender!
6. Heart of Stone, on August 11th
Rachel Stone is an intelligence operative, the only woman who stands between her powerful global peacekeeping organization and the loss of its most valuable — and dangerous — asset.
7. The Monkey King, on August 18th
The Monkey King is an action-packed family comedy that follows a charismatic Monkey and his magical fighting Stick on an epic quest for victory over 100 demons, an eccentric Dragon King, and Monkey’s greatest foe of all —his own ego! Along the way, a young village girl challenges his self-centered attitude and shows him that even the smallest pebble can have a big effect on the world.
Everything Coming to Netflix in August 2023:
- Untold: Jake Paul the Problem Child
- Mark Cavendish: Never Enough
- Poisoned: The Dirty Truth About Your Food
- Head to Head
- Heartstopper (Season 2)
- The Lincoln Lawyer (Season 3 Part 2)
- Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead (2023)
- The Big Nailed It Baking Challenge
- The Hunt for Veerappan
- Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 8)
- The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh Part 2
- Untold: Johnny Football
- Mech Cadets
- Painkiller (Limited Series)
- Agent Stone
- Heart of Stone
- Untold: Hall of Shame
- At Home with the Furys
- The Chosen One
- My Dad the Bounty Hunter (Season 2)
- The Upshaws Family, Part 4 (Season 3)
- 10 Days of a Bad Man
- Mask Girl (Season 1)
- The Monkey King
- The Chosen One (Season 1)
- Untold: Swamp Kings
- L’Envers du sport: Gators in troubled waters
- Destined With You
- Baki Hanma (Season 2 Part 2)
- Ragnarok (Season 3)
- Who Is Erin Carter?
- You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah
- Princess Power (Season 2)
- Choose Love
- One Piece (Season 1)
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Editor’s note: While this is not the Complete Lineup for Netflix in August 2023, these are the officially announced titles, and more will be added later.