Top 10 binge-worthy shows and movies on Netflix this July
July 2023 is shaping up to be a great month for Netflix subscribers with an impressive line-up of binge-worthy shows and movies. Whether you are in the mood for thrilling mysteries, hilarious comedies, or captivating dramas these top 10 recommendations have you covered. So, grab your snacks, settle on your favourite spot on the couch, and get ready to immerse yourself in a month of unforgettable entertainment.
Unknown: The Lost Pyramid (3 July, 2023)
Prepare to be immersed in a captivating adventure if you enjoy Egyptian archaeology and mysteries. The first episode of Netflix's highly anticipated four-part 'Unknown' series, Unknown: The Lost Pyramid, will be released on 3 July, 2023.
This gripping documentary follows two eminent Egyptologists, Dr Zahi Hawass and Dr Mostafa Waziri, as they embark on a high-stakes race against time to claim the title of the most significant discovery in history. With the spotlight on these brilliant minds, fierce competition ensues, pitting their expertise against one another in search of some of the most sought-after treasures from the past.
Hack my Home (7 July, 2023)
As more and more people are working from home these days, making the most of your space is critical. A living room is no longer just a living room. It is frequently used as a home office, a bedroom, or even a classroom for those who home-school their children. Hack My Home, a Netflix home renovation series, invites four experts to reinvent these spaces with inventive tips and tricks, allowing families to get the most out of their homes.
65 (Sixty-Five) (8 July, 2023)
The film, 65 will be available on Netflix in the United States as part of a large Sony Pictures first-window deal, but only after a lengthy run in theatres.
The film is directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods and stars Adam Driver, Ariana Greenblatt, Chloe Coleman, and Nika King. This sci-fi film stars Adam Driver as an astronaut and his passenger who crash land on a dangerous planet.
19/20 (Nineteen to Twenty) (10 July, 2023)
"19/20" depicts the maturation and liberation of young 19-year-olds as they age 20. The show will follow various Generation Zs as they celebrate the final week of 19 and the first week of 20. A group of young adults spends their final week of adolescence and the first week of their twenties together, experiencing freedom and all the "firsts" of their new adult journey, where they can show off their colourful charms, form unexpected bonds, and create meaningful memories.
Survival of the Thickest (13 July, 2023)
Survival of the Thickest is a new comedy series starring Michelle Buteau. Mavis Beaumont, an African-American, plus-size, and newly single woman will be the focus of the comedy series as she navigates and rebuilds her life after ending a relationship. She will not have to do it alone, of course. She has loved ones who will be there for her every step of the way.
The Deepest Breath (19 July, 2023)
Zecchini and Keenan form an emotional bond as they train to break a world-free diving record with Keenan's assistance. The film follows them as they get into the sport, meet, and experience the rewards and risks that come with it.
Missing: The Lucie Blackman Case (26 July, 2023)
This documentary focuses on the real-life events of July 1, 2000. Lucie Blackman, a British 21-year-old goes missing in Tokyo sparking an international investigation and an unyielding search for justice.
The Lady of Silence: The Mataviejitas Murders (27 July, 2023)
Prepare for mind games, intricate schemes, and surprising twists in this thrilling documentary about the infamous Mexican serial killer Juana Barraza, also known as "The Little Old Ladykiller".
Hidden Strike (28 July, 2023)
Netflix will be releasing Hidden Strike, which will be available for the first time on a streaming service. Jackie Chan and John Cena star as Luo Feng and Chris Van Horne respectively. They play a pair of ex-special forces soldiers tasked with escorting a group of civilians across Baghdad's notorious highway of death.
A Perfect Story (28 July, 2023)
Margot (Anna Castillo) and David (lvaro Mel) come from different backgrounds in the story. David works three jobs to make ends meet, while she is the heir to a hotel empire. When their paths cross, they realise they are the only ones who can help each other reclaim the love of their lives.