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  NOW MagazineMovies & TVWhat’s new on Netflix Canada in July 2021

  NOW critics pick the best movies and TV shows coming to the streaming platform this month

  By Norman Wilner, Radheyan Simonpillai and Glenn Sumi

  Jun 25, 2021

  A still from the Netflix Canada dating show Sexy BeastsA still from the Netflix Canada dating show Sexy Beasts

  Courtesy of Netflix Canada

  These are the most anticipated new titles hitting Netflix Canada in July 2021, including Never Have I Ever season 2, a new beastly dating show and a teen horror trilogy.

  Sexy Beasts

  The internet has already exploded about this new dating show, in which real-life singles cover themselves up with makeup, prosthetics and presumably lots hair to see if they have chemistry with others. We have ourselves this summer’s guilty pleasure show. July 21

  I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson (season 2)

  Get ready for another round of red-faced, bug-eyed shouting as Robinson, co-writer Zach Kanin and their Lonely Island pals deliver six new episodes of overmatched idiots doubling down on deeply uncomfortable circumstances, mortifying social miscalculations and probably a game show or two. There’s no way any of this ends well. July 6

  A still from Never Have I Ever season 2A still from Never Have I Ever season 2Isabella B. Vosmikova / Netflix

  Never Have I Ever (season 2)

  The sophomore season to the hit high school comedy finds former dork Devi (Mississauga’s Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) pulling a Twilight, juggling two competing romances and playing to both #TeamBen and #TeamPaxton. There’s new classmates joining the ensemble cast, including Megan Suri as the new Indian girl in school and Common vying to play Devi’s future stepfather. We’re still waiting to find out who will replace Chrissy Teigen, whose role as a guest narrator has been scrapped after her recent bullying scandal.

  You Are My Spring

  If you’ve seen everything on Netflix, give this Korean drama about a romance between a hotel concierge and a psychiatrist – both recovering from childhood traumas – a try. Not only is it a romance, but it’s also a mystery, since the two are involved in a local murder case. July 5

  A still from Fear Street on Netflix CanadaA still from Fear Street on Netflix CanadaCourtesy of Netflix Canada

  Fear Street

  Rolling out over three consecutive Fridays, Leigh Janiak’s adaptation of R.L. Stine’s teen-horror novels rolls back through the history of the haunted town of Shadyside – where every few years, a malevolent spirit possesses people and forces them to commit ritualistic murder. The first film takes place in 1994, the second in 1978 and the last in 1666, with an ensemble cast that includes Kina Madeira, Maya Hawke, Fred Hechinger, Gillian Jacobs, Jordana Spiro, Jordyn DiNatale and Olivia Scott Welch. And the marketing promises some serious splatter. July 2, 9 and 16

  The Last Letter From Your Lover

  This kinda seems a lot like the recent film The Photograph, except with mostly white people. Felicity Jones plays a journalist who finds a bunch of love letters from 1965 involving a secret affair, and her discoveries shed light on her own romantic situation. It’s based on a novel by JoJo Moyes (Me Before You). July 23

  A still from Gunpowder MilkshakeA still from Gunpowder MilkshakeReiner Bajo / Netflix

  Gunpowder Milkshake

  The latest from Israeli genre filmmaker Navot Papushado – who co-directed Rabies and Big Bad Wolves – stars Guardians Of The Galaxy scene-stealer Karen Gillan as an elite assassin whose refusal to kill a little girl (My Spy’s Chloe Coleman) puts her on the outs with her employer, forcing her to John Wick her way through a whole mess of goons. Lena Headey, Carla Gugino, Michelle Yeoh, Angela Bassett and Paul Giamatti co-star. We cannot wait. July 14

  Tattoo Redo

  There’s no shortage of reality shows about tattoing (Inked, Ink Master, LA Ink, Bad Ink, etc.). Now we can see what happens when clients who are unhappy with their ink jobs submit their skin to artists who then transform those disasters into something decent. July 28

  A still from CentaurworldA still from CentaurworldCourtesy of Netflix Canada


  What happens when a very serious war horse finds herself mysteriously transported to a bright, shiny world of talking animals? She’ll gallop the entire Rainbow Road on a quest to reunite with her rider… and she’ll also pick up a passel of new friends who won’t stop singing about how great everything is. That’s the premise of Megan Nicole Dong’s animated series, which stars Orange Is The New Black’s Kimiko Glenn as the heroic Horse, and Megan Hilty, Parvesh Cheena, Josh Radnor and Chris Diamantopoulos as her new besties. It looks really, really weird. This is not necessarily a complaint. July 30

  Masters Of The Universe: Revelation

  After the success of She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power, it was inevitable that Mattel’s other barbarian action franchise would get a Netflix series – though executive producer Kevin Smith doesn’t reinvent the original concept as much as embrace it, returning to the fabled land of Eternia to find Prince Adam (Chris Wood) and Skeletor (Mark Hamill) at war once again, with the fate of all existence in the balance. The voice cast also features Sarah Michelle Gellar, Lena Headey (she’s everywhere!), Griffin Newman, Alicia Silverstone and Stephen Root… and yes, Jason Mewes is in there somewhere too. July 23

  The full list of new titles available on Netflix Canada in July 2021 by date:

  TV shows

  Coming Soon

  Feels Like Ishq

  How To Sell Drugs Online (Fast) (season 3)

  July 1

  A.P. Bio (seasons 1-2)

  Generation 56k

  LEGO City Adventures (season 1)

  Max & Ruby (season 4)

  Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn (season 2)

  Pokémon Journeys: The Series (Parts 1-4)

  Sailor Moon Crystal (seasons 1-3)

  SpongeBob SquarePants (season 7)

  Young Royals

  July 2

  Mortel (season 2)

  July 4

  We The People

  July 5

  You Are My Spring

  July 6

  I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson (season 2)

  July 7

  Dogs (season 2)

  The Mire ‘97

  The Ware Next Door

  July 8

  Elize Matsunaga: Once Upon a Crime

  Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness

  July 9

  Atypical (season 4)

  Biohackers (season 2)

  The Cook of Castamar

  July 9

  Lee Su-geun: The Sense Coach

  Virgin River (season 3)

  July 13

  Ridley Jones

  July 14


  My Unorthodox Life

  July 15

  BEASTARS (season 2)

  Never Have I Ever (season 2)

  Peppa Pig (season 6)

  July 16

  Explained (season 3)

  Johnny Test

  Van Helsing (season 5)

  July 21

  The Movies That Made Us (season 2)

  Sexy Beasts

  Too Hot To Handle: Brazil

  July 22

  Masters Of The Universe: Revelation

  Sky Rojo (season 2)

  July 26

  The Walking Dead (season 10)

  July 27

  Mighty Express (season 4)

  July 28

  The Snitch Cartel: Origins

  Tattoo Redo

  Too Hot To Handle: Brazil (new episodes)

  July 30


  Glow Up (season 3)

  Outer Banks (season 2)


  July 1



  The Debt


  Dynasty Warriors

  Eyes Wide Shut

  Five Feet Apart

  I’ll See You In My Dreams

  The Impossible

  Jane Eyre

  John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

  Larry Crowne

  Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway


  Morning Glory


  Spy Kids

  Spy Kids 2 : The Island Of Lost Dreams

  Spy Kids 3: Game Over

  Spy Kids: All The Time In The World

  Tom And Jerry: The Movie

  Up In The Air

  War Of The Worlds

  Wild Rose

  July 3

  The 8th Night

  Fear Street Part 1: 1984

  Haseen Dillruba

  Now You See Me

  July 7

  Cat People

  Fast Times at Ridgemont High

  Little Fockers

  Meet the Fockers

  Meet the Parents

  Peter Pan

  Major Grom: Plague Doctor

  July 9

  Fear Street Part 2: 1978

  How I Became A Superhero

  Last Summer

  July 11

  It Chapter Two

  July 13


  July 14

  A Classic Horror Story

  Gunpowder Milkshake

  Private Network: Who Killed Manuel Buendía?

  July 15

  A Perfect Fit

  Emicida: AmarElo – Live in S?o Paulo

  The Final Girls

  My Amanda

  Top Gun

  July 16


  Fear Street Part 3: 1666

  July 17

  Cosmic Sin

  July 20


  Trollhunters: Rise Of The Titans

  July 22

  Still Working 9 To 5

  Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop

  July 23

  A Second Chance: Rivals!


  Blood Red Sky

  Kingdom: Ashin Of The North

  The Last Letter From Your Lover

  Wrath Of Man

  July 26

  The Goldfinch

  July 27

  The Angry Birds Movie 2

  The Last Black Man in San Francisco

  July 28


  July 29

  Resort To Love

  Transformers: War For Cybertron: Kingdom

  July 30


  The Last Mercenary

  Myth & Mogul: John DeLorean

  Last call

  TV series and movies leaving Netflix Canada in July 2021.

  July 5

  The Mummy

  The Mummy Returns

  The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor

  The Scorpion King


  Ted 2

  July 23

  The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

  July 31






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