Time to look ahead to what is going to be a busy week of new Netflix Originals and licensed content headed to Netflix. Below, we’ll walk you through the 47 launches currently scheduled for the service and pick out our top three highlights.
This week is a lot busier than usual due to the stacked Netflix Original lineup for the week, plus we’ll also be crossing into a new month, which means a lot of removals and additions for licensed movies in particular. If you’d like to see what’s going on throughout July 2023, head here; if not, check out some of the movies we think you should see before they’re gone.
The most anticipated Netflix releases this week
coming to netflix: Friday
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For those who follow this adaptation of ND Stevenson’s comic, it has often been a painful journey, but after a very long wait, it was time to check it out. Nimona in all its glory.
Having already premiered at the Annecy film festival, a handful of reviews are floating around, and they’re pretty positive. In fact, at the time of publication, the film has a RottenTomatoes rating of 100%.
Lauren LaMagma by next best movie perhaps he summed up the general feedback more aptly by saying:
«Directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane have delivered a funny, gritty, heartfelt and raw rebellious animated punk-rock magic that will stand the test of time and become an instant home classic for many.»
The Wizard (Season 3 – Volume 1)
coming to netflix: Thursday
Despite a growing cloud over The Witcher on Netflix, it remains one of Netflix’s most-watched titles and season 3, split into two parts, will premiere later this week.
Netflix has teased that the new season, which will be the last of Henry Cavill, will see chaos brewing.
coming to netflix: Friday
Of the many licensed movies hitting Netflix this week (mostly on Saturday, July 1), the one we think is most notable is Paramount Pictures’ Annihilation. The film has already resided on Netflix in all regions as a Netflix Original for the past five years, but now it’s finally being added to Netflix US.
Alex Garland’s sci-fi film, Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, is about a group of female investigators who head to Area X to find out what happened to Lena’s husband.
The film stars Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson, Tuva Novotny, and Oscar Isaac.
For more on what’s coming up on Netflix in July 2023, keep an eye out for our new Netflix guide for the month.
Full preview list of what’s coming on Netflix this week
Please note: This list is subject to change and is primarily for Netflix in the US; other regions will vary.
Arrives on Netflix June 26
- Starlight BnB (New episodes weekly)
- The Imitation Game (2014)
Arrives on Netflix June 27
- The price of glory (season 1)
Arrives on Netflix June 28
- Delete (Season 1) Netflix Original
- Eldorado: Everything the Nazis Hate (2023) Netflix Original
- Hoarders (Season 13)
- Muscle and Mayhem: An Unauthorized History of American Gladiators (2023) Netflix Original
- Run Rabbit Run (2023) Netflix Original
Arrives on Netflix June 29
- Stories of Lust 2 (2023) Netflix Original
- Ōoku: The Inner Chambers (Season 1) Netflix Original
- The Witcher (Season 3 – Volume 1) Netflix Original
Coming to Netflix June 30
- Alone (season 9)
- Annihilation (2018)
- Celebrity (Season 1) Netflix Original
- Kembang API (2023)
- Make Me Up Again / Make Me Up Again (2023)
- Nimona (2023) Netflix Original
- Is it also cake? (Season 2) Netflix Original
- Tayo the Little Bus (Season 5)
Coming to Netflix on July 1st
- Bridesmaids (2011)
- The Hunter: Winter’s War (2016)
- Jumanji (1995)
- The Karate Boy (1984)
- The Karate Kid Part 2 (1986)
- The Karate Kid Part 3 (1989)
- Kick Ass (2010)
- Liar Liar (1997)
- Monster Trucks (2016)
- ONE PIECE: Thriller Bark
- ONE PIECE: TV Original 2
- Pride and Prejudice (2005)
- Prom Night (2008)
- Ride in Time (Season 5)
- Rush Hour (1998)
- Rush Hour 2 (2001)
- Rush Hour 3 (2007)
- Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)
- The Squid and the Whale (2005)
- Star Trek (2009)
- Star Trek in the Dark (2013)
- The Sweetest Thing (2002).
- Thank you for your service (2017)
- Titanic (1997)
- Uncle Buck (1989)
- Warm Bodies (2013)
- Fallen White House (2013)
Coming to Netflix on July 2
- Love Is Blind: Brazil (Season 3 – Reunion) Netflix Original
What will you watch on Netflix for the next seven days? Let us know in the comments below.