The month of June is coming to a close, and with that is the start of Summer! What better way to spend the sunny season than indoors, binge-watching Netflix.
We’ve broken everything down by genre and release date, so skim for your favorites or get lost in Netflix’s July offerings.
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1. Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein, a Netflix original inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (coming July 16th)
2. Orange Is The New Black Season 7, originally based on the novel by Piper Kerman (coming July 26th)
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1. Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, based on the book by Robert Getchell (coming July 1st)
2. Sicilian Ghost Story, inspired by the Italian short story We Won’t Be Confused Forever by Marco Mancassola (coming July 6th)
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1. The American, based off the novel A Very Private Gentleman, written by Martin Booth (coming July 1st)
2. The Son, based off the book by Philipp Meyer (coming July 26th)
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1. Inkheart, based on the book by Cornelia Funke (coming July 1st)
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1. Astro Boy, based on the manga by Osamu Tezuka (coming July 1st)
2. Kakegurui Season 2, based on the manga by Homura Kawamoto and Toru Naomura (coming July 4th)
3. Saint Seiya: Knights Of The Zodiac, based on the manga by Masami Kurumada (coming July 19th)
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1. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, based on Roald Dahl’s book of the same name (coming July 1st)
2. Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns, based on the book Mary Poppins Comes Back by P. L. Travers (coming July 9th)
3. Disney’s Race To Witch Mountain, based on the book Escape To Witch Mountain by Alexander Key (coming July 1st)
4. Disney’s The Princess And The Frog, based loosely on E. D. Baker’s The Frog Princess (coming July 16th)
5. The Epic Tales Of Captain Underpants Season 3, based on the Dav Pilkey Comic Series
Netflix has a lot to offer children this July. Perfect for the start of Summer vacation!
With all the Disney films joining the roster, parents, especially new ones, can join in the fun as well! Since you can bring Netflix with you anywhere, why not have it for the family vacation?
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