What’s Leaving and Joining Netflix in July 2020

June 2020 is yet to end and so far, we have said goodbye to many movies and TV shows. We didn’t want to but it is how it is. The month still hasn’t ended but Netflix has officially announced all the titles coming to the platform in July 2020. The list is small yet looks highly promising to us! You get season premieres of the highly anticipated Arthurian series, Cursed and Umbrella Academy Season 2 that debuts on July 31. Yes, there’s a lot of waiting to do but you can maintain a pre-watchlist early on. 

Other estimated movies premiering on Netflix include Charlize Theron’s The Old Guard and Desperados which will be seeing its release on July 3. We got you hyped up for the upcoming releases, didn’t we? So take a look at all the movies and TV shows which will be joining Netflix and the ones that will be, sadly, leaving the platform in the same month. 

What's Leaving and Joining Netflix in July 2020

TV Shows & Movies Joining Netflix in July 2020

From eerie Japanese classics like Ju-On to the second season of The Umbrella Academy, July seems like a promising month for Netflix! However, the list of the titles joining Netflix in July is tentative for now. Who knows – we might see announcements of more Netflix-exclusive movies and originals soon! Take a look below!

July 1

  • Say I Do
  • Unsolved Mysteries 
  • Under the Riccione Sun 

July 2

  • Warrior Nun 

July 3

  • Cable Girls
  • Ju On Origins 
  • The Baby Sitters Club 
  • Desperados 

July 8

  • Stateless 

July 9

  • The Protector 
  • Japan Sinks 2020 (Anime)

July 10

  • The Old Guard

July 12

  • The Hollow 
  • Harvey Street Kids
  • Treehouse Detectives 

July 17

  • Cursed 

July 24

  • Offering to the Storm
  • The Kissing Booth 2 

July 31

  • The Umbrella Academy 2 

Movies & Shows Leaving Netflix in July 2020

Netflix has officially launched its list of all the shows and movies it will be removing from its repository. Of course, getting to know that classics like the Matrix trilogy and The Last Samurai won’t be a part of Netflix is saddening but also inevitable. Well turn that frown upside down as Netflix never fails to add many other classics and on-demand content to its platform! 

July 1

  • Center Stage
  • Blow 
  • The Andy Griffith Show
  • 21 
  • El Barco 
  • Cloverfield 
  • Here Alone
  • Inception 
  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 
  • The Amityville Horror 
  • Instructions Not Included 
  • The Duchess 
  • The Last Samurai 
  • Happyish 
  • Minority Report 
  • The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions
  • Little Monsters 
  • The Ring 
  • Scary Movie 
  • Operational Proposal 
  • The Mask of Zorro 
  • Momo Salon
  • Mansfield Park 
  • The Invention of Lying
  • What Lies Beneath 
  • Tremors 1-5
  • Silver
  • Race to Witch Mountain 
  • The Polar Express 
  • Julie & Julia 
  • Ghost Rider
  • Yes Man
  • Click 

July 6

  • The Fosters

July 7

  • NSU Germany History X

July 9

  • Solo A Stars Wars Story 

July 12

  • Gonul 

July 20

  • The Most Beautiful Hands of Delhi 

July 29

  • Ant Man and The Wasp 

July 30

  • Incredibles 2

Which show amongst these have you added to your watch-list? If there’s plenty of them in your list then hurry up before July strikes!

Other Entertainment Alternatives

Streaming networks like Netflix, Hulu and Disney+ have viewers from all around the world but if you reside in the U.S. then you have plenty of other options, as well. What you can consider getting is a cable TV subscription. Well mind you that the current cable TV providers have completely let go of their traditional routes. They offer you standard cable TV that includes varied premium networks and local programming as well as live streaming apps to watch On Demand content. If you want to know more about cable TV providers, you can take a look at WOW Channel Lineup as the cable provider’s network lineup comprises of channels befitting a wide range of viewer demographics. 

All in all

There you have it! A full list of all the movies and TV shows coming to Netflix. However, the aforementioned listing is only tentative as most of the mentions are Netflix originals. We might be seeing other renowned titles joining Netflix in July too! 


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