In July 2024, Netflix is set to dazzle audiences with dramas, heart-pounding thrillers, and imaginative animations. Kicking off the month is “SPRINT,” a gripping series that delves into the world of elite sprinters, offering an intimate look at the high-stakes realm of international athletics. Following closely is “The Man with 1000 Kids,” a riveting documentary uncovering the exploits of Jonathan Meijer, a notorious figure accused of exploiting global loopholes in the fertility industry.

Netflix continues its July 2024 lineup with the action-packed return of Eddie Murphy in “Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F,” where familiar faces and new allies unite to unravel a dangerous conspiracy. Animation enthusiasts will be enthralled by Studio Ponoc’s “The Imaginary,” a visually stunning journey through imagination and friendship, directed by Yoshiyuki Momose. Meanwhile, “Goyo” offers a poignant narrative of love and self-discovery amidst the backdrop of Buenos Aires’ art scene.

For those craving mystery, “Vanished into the Night” promises intrigue as a family’s turmoil escalates with the sudden disappearance of their children, leading to a desperate quest for answers amid sinister revelations. Comedy meets fantasy in “Exploding Kittens,” where divine antics unfold as God is banished to Earth in the form of a cat, navigating domestic chaos and cosmic rivalries.

As the month unfolds, viewers can anticipate the return of beloved series like “Cobra Kai,” which continues the saga of martial arts rivalries, and “Elite,” which promises new intrigues within the hallowed halls of Las Encinas. July 2024 on Netflix promises something for everyone, blending riveting narratives with captivating visuals and thrilling performances, ensuring a month of unforgettable streaming experiences.

Netflix Originals in July 2024:

SPRINT on July 2

Following athletes from all over the world, this series delves deep into the psyches of those elite competitors who train to be the fastest person on the planet. We take an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the high stakes, and mental toughness of the sprinters who devote their entire lives to crossing the finish line in record time, where their professional futures are decided in just fractions of a second. Season 1 will explore the top sprinters on the road and throughout the 2023 World Championships featuring Sha’Carri Richardson, Noah Lyles and Shericka Jackson among many others.

The Man with 1000 Kids on July 3

The Man With 1000 Kids uncovers the gripping tale of a charming Dutch scammer, Jonathan Meijer, who is accused of travelling the world deceiving mothers into having his babies on a mass scale. The three-part series investigates the murky world of the fertility industry and uncovers how due to a lack of global regulations, some international fertility clinics continue to allow anonymous donations.

With exclusive access to a group of passionate and aggrieved parents, this series unravels the twisting and turning story of this YouTuber who defrauded parents from all around the world, and how they are now on a mission to push for a change in the law to prevent him deceiving more.

Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F on July 3

Detective Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) is back on the beat in Beverly Hills. After his daughter’s life is threatened, she (Taylour Paige) and Foley team up with a new partner (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and old pals Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) and John Taggart (John Ashton) to turn up the heat and uncover a conspiracy.

The Imaginary on July 5

tudio Ponoc’s The Imaginary portrays the depths of humanity and creativity through the eyes of young Amanda and her imaginary companion, Rudger, a boy no one can see imagined by Amanda to share her thrilling make-believe adventures. But when Rudger, suddenly alone, arrives at The Town of Imaginaries, where forgotten Imaginaries live and find work, he faces a mysterious threat. Directed by renowned animator Yoshiyuki Momose (Spirited Away), The Imaginary is an unforgettable adventure of love, loss, and the healing power of imagination.

The groundbreaking hand-drawn animation of The Imaginary is heightened by first-of-their-kind techniques of light and shadow. The Imaginary is based on the beloved and award-winning novel of the same name by A.F. Harrold and illustrated by Emily Gravett (Bloomsbury Publishing).

Goyo on July 5

Goyo, a Van Gogh devotee on the autism spectrum, works as a guide at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in the city of Buenos Aires. His orderly routine is disrupted when he develops a crush on Eva, a new security guard at the museum. Issues with her marriage have led her to become disillusioned with love — and to lose faith in herself sometimes. Goyo and Eva’s unexpected meeting will allow them both to discover a new way to love, and to be loved.

Sugar Rush: The Baking Point

Six couples of bakers will have to face giant cakes, sweet delicacies that fight gravity and more challenges if they want to be crowned winners and take home $1 million pesos. Capi Pérez, Gris Verduzco (Mis Pastelitos) and Luis Robledo are back in for season 2 of this exciting competition with great guests.

Vanished into the Night on July 11

Elena is an American psychiatrist who came to live in Italy, in Puglia, for the love of Pietro, a man with a stormy past. They got married, and had two children, with the dream of restoring a Masseria farmhouse and turning it into a hotel. But things didn’t work out, and soon Pietro and Elena broke up.

One night, their children vanish into thin air while they are with Pietro at the farm. He looks for them everywhere and in the end, in desperation, he is forced to warn Elena, with whom he is in a dispute over custody of the children. When Elena reaches him, she attacks him and blames him furiously. Until they receive a phone call: their children have been kidnapped, to get them back they will have to pay 150,000 euros in cash within 36 hours. For Elena it’s all clear: the kidnappers are the loan sharks with whom Pietro got into debt to try in vain to restore the farm.

They are dangerous people, capable of anything: Pietro and Elena will have to do as they say. Pietro is forced to turn to Nicola, an old criminal friend, who offers him a deal: he will give him the money he needs, but in exchange he wants him to leave that night for an island between Puglia and Greece, just three hours away, get some drugs from some of his business “partners” and bring them back. He always needs “clean” boats for his trade, and Pietro’s is perfect for the purpose. Pietro agrees and embarks on a crazy adventure in the middle of the sea from which he miraculously emerges alive at dawn in the morning.

But when he returns to Bari he finds a totally different situation from the one he had left just a few hours earlier: nothing seems to correspond to reality anymore, people behave absurdly, Elena first and foremost. Pietro thinks he is going crazy: what is happening? But he doesn’t have the time to think: time is running out and this crazy mystery must be solved quickly.

Exploding Kittens on July 12

Earth sucks, so God (Tom Ellis) gets fired and sent to Earth to reconnect with humanity. The catch? He’s trapped in the body of a chubby house cat. As part of his rehabilitation, he moves in with a dysfunctional family and tries to solve their problems, but ends up spending a lot of time chasing laser pointers. And to top it off, Godcat’s next-door neighbor, who is also a cat, turns out to be none other than his nemesis, the Antichrist. The result is the ultimate fight between good versus evil…except, Godcat (Ellis) is distracted by a pigeon he saw in the yard and Devilcat (Sasheer Zamata) is busy napping on someone’s laptop.

Based on the best-selling card game, EXPLODING KITTENS is an animated comedy series from showrunners Shane Kosakowski and Matthew Inman (co-creator of the card game). The series is also executive produced by Mike Judge, Greg Daniels and Dustin Davis of Bandera Entertainment; Peter Chernin and Jenno Topping for the Chernin Entertainment Group; and executive producers and creators of the Exploding Kittens franchise, Elan Lee and The Oatmeal’s Inman.

Master of the House on July 18

When diamond tycoon Roongroj dies mysteriously, all eyes are on his young newlywed wife and former maid Kaimook. Drama unfolds as Roongroj’s sons become embroiled in a cutthroat battle over their deceased father’s estate. This soapy and spicy drama-thriller takes an inside look at the conflict from the perspective of tormented servants who have been suppressing resentment over the immensely wealthy family’s poor treatment of them – even though they are the ones who have been helping to cover up their employers’ dirty secrets.

Cobra Kai (Season 6) Part 1  on July 18

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. Cobra Kai is written and executive produced by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg via their production company, Counterbalance Entertainment. Will Smith, James Lassiter and Caleeb Pinkett executive produce for Westbrook Entertainment along with Susan Ekins in association with Sony Pictures Television. Ralph Macchio and William Zabka also serve as executive producers.

Find Me Falling on July 19

Coming off a flop album and his biggest hit’s dwindling popularity, aging rock star John Allman (Harry Connick Jr.) decides to take a break from his career to reclaim his spark. He moves to an isolated cliffside home on the idyllic Mediterranean island of Cyprus. His dream of keeping a low profile is derailed when he is routinely confronted by desperate souls and later faced with even more complicated surprises when an old flame reignites.

Also starring Agni Scott, Ali Fumiko Whitney, Tony Demetriou, Aggeliki Filippidou, Lea Maleni, Athina Roditou and Clarence Smith, FIND ME FALLING is directed, written and produced by Stelana Kliris alongside producers Steven Shapiro and Keith Arnold.

Skywalkers: A Love Story on July 19

Part romance, part thriller, this film follows a daredevil couple as they take their relationship to terrifying new heights in a wild scheme to climb the world’s second highest skyscraper and perform a death-defying stunt on the spire.

Sweet Home (Season 3) on July 19

In a world where monsterization ends and a new era of humanity begins, those standing at the blurred crossroads between monsters and humans face an even greater struggle to make a difficult choice.

The Decameron (Season 2) on July 25

You are cordially invited to a wine-soaked sex romp set in the Italian countryside. The Decameron is a soapy dark comedy that examines the all-too-timely theme of class struggles in the season of a pandemic. In the year 1348, the Black Death strikes hard in the city of Florence, and a handful of nobles retreat with their servants to a grand villa to wait out the plague with a lavish holiday. But as social rules wear thin, a scramble for survival ensues, brought to life by a cast of characters both cunning and outrageous.

Created by Kathleen Jordan, who was very loosely inspired by the 14-century story collection The Decameron, the eight-episode series is through Jenji Kohan’s Tilted Productions. Kohan serves as an executive producer, alongside Jordan, director Michael Uppendahl, and Tilted’s Blake McCormick and Tara Herrmann.

Elite Season 8 on July 26

Elite will have an eighth season, which will start production in August. The longest running fictional series from Netflix in Spain will share new stories from the hallways of Las Encinas, directed this time by Daniel Barone, Ginesta Guindal, Jota Linares and Elena Trapé. This eighth season is created by Carlos Montero and Jaime Vaca and will welcome new faces such as Ane Rot (Killer book club), Nuno Gallego (UPA Next) and the return of Mina el Hammani reprising her role of Nadia.

Everything Coming to Netflix in July 2024:

July 1

– About Antoine
– American Psycho
– Annebelle
– Back to the Future collection
– Becky & Badette
– Big Daddy
– Call Me by Your Name
– Captain Phillips
– Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
– Easy A
– Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Batch 3)
– Family of Two
– Jigsaw
– Magic Mike XXL
– Matilda
– Life
– Lost Seasons 1-6
– Paw Patrol: The Movie
– Public Affairs Office in the Sky
– Rurouni Kenshin Collection
– Spider Man
– Spider-Man 2
– Spider-Man 3
– Star Trek: Prodigy
– Suits Season 9
– The Blind Side
– The House Bunny
– The Karate Kid
– The Nun
– The Sweetest Thing
– The Wiz
– Warcraft
– Zombieland

July 2

– Sprint Season 1

July 3

– Beverly Hills Cop 4: Alex Foley
– Rhythm + Flow France Season 3
– The Man with 1000 Kids

July 4

– Barbecue Showdown Season 3

July 5

– Desperate Lies Season 1
– Going Clear
– Goyo
– The Imaginary
– The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch Season 3

July 7

– Naruto Anime Movie Collection

July 9

– The Boyfriend Season 1
– Hannah Berner: We Ride at Dawn

July 10

– Eva Lasting Season 2
– Receiver Season 1
– Sugar Rush: The Baking Point Season 2
– Tickled
– Wild Wild Punjab

July 11

– Another Self
– The Neon Highway
– Vanished into the Night
– Vikings: Valhalla Season 3

July 12

– Blame the Game
– Exploding Kittens Season 1
– Lobola Man
– The Champion

July 14

– Five Star Chef

July 15

– Bone Tomahawk
– Laliga: All Access
– Midnight Sun

July 16

– Chad Daniels: Empty Nester
– Fifty Shades Darker
– Fifty Shades Freed
– Homicide: Los Angeles
– The Boy Next Door

July 17

– The Green Glove Gang Season 2

July 18

– Cobra Kai Season 6-Part 1
– Master of the House Season 1

July 19

– Find Me Falling
– Simone Biles Rising
– Skywalkers: A Love Story
– Sweet Home Season 3
– Too Hot to Handle Season 6

July 23

– All American Season 6

July 24

– Dirty Pop: The Boy Band Scam
– Love of My Life Season 1
– Resurrected Rides Season 1

July 25

– Kleo Season 2
– The Decameron Season 1
– Tokyo Swindlers Season 1

July 26

– Elite Season 8
– House of Ga’a
– Non Negotiable
– Pulang Draw Season 1
– The Dragon Prince Season 6

July 27

– The Man from U.N.C.L.E

July 29

– Heels Season 1-2
– Prison Break Season 1-5

July 31

– Mountain Queen: The Summits of Lhakpa Sherpa
– Unsolved Mysteries Volume 4

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