Coming to Canadian Netflix in July 2019

I might be a bit late with this list, but better late than never. So, is July going to be an awesome month for Netflix streamers in Canada? Well, it might be, but most likely if your goal is to spend a lot of time on the beach instead of in front of your screen. There simply isn’t a lot of amusing content on the list, but if you have kids, there still might be a few reasons to enjoy some July newcomers on Netflix Canada.

Take a look at the lists first, and then you can read our comments about the new content on Netflix Canada afterward. The article is divided into movies first and then comes the TV series.

Spiderman: Homecoming can be streamed on Netflix Canada in July
Spiderman: Homecoming can be streamed on Netflix Canada in July

New on Netflix Canada July 2019

This month the list is divided into movies and TV shows. First, look through the list of movies coming to Netflix in Canada, then read my thoughts about the movies, and then you can look through the list of TV shows coming to Netflix Canada in July. All the star marked content is Netflix original content… and yes, there is a whole lot of Netflix original content on this list. Is that good? I don’t really know… What do you think?

Movies coming to Canadian Netflix

Cafarnaúm (July 1)
From Dusk Till Dawn (July 1)
Ghostbusters (July 1)
Girlfight(July 1)
Jackie Brown (July 1)
Jumanji (July 1)
Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (July 1)
Life as We Know It (July 1)
Midnight Express (July 1)
Spider-Man: Homecoming (July 1)
Swiped (July 1)
The Fate of the Furious(July 1)
War Against Women (July 1)
War for the Planet of the Apes (July 1)
The Blues Brothers (July 3)
Dazed and Confused (July 3)
The Kingdom (July 3)
The Mummy (July 3)
The Mummy Returns (July 3)
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (July 3)
The Scorpion King (July 3)
Sea of Love (July 3)
Vox Lux (July 3)
Sicilian Ghost Story (July 6)
The Emoji Movie (July 6)
Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns (July 9)
Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (July 10)
Cities of Last Things (July 11)*
4 latas (July 12)*
Blown Away (July 12)
Kidnapping Stella (July 12)*
Point Blank (July 12)*
American History X (July 15)
Hall Pass (July 15)
Secret Obsession (July 18)
Anna and the Apocalypse (July 26)
Boi (July 26)*
Girls with Balls (July 16)*
Nobody’s Fool (July 26)
The Son (July 26)*
Hot Summer Nights (July 30)
The Red Sea Diving Resort (July 31)*

There are some great movies on this list, including Spiderman: Homecoming, Hall Pass, and The Blues Brothers. But, these are not movies that we could call brand new blockbuster movies, and thus most people have seen them already. I miss the days when Netflix Canada added really amazing blockbusters every month when it almost felt like they did just as good a job as HBO Now did in bringing high-quality Hollywood movies. But, they are much more about Original content now, and thus, we also see a lack of high quality mainstream movies.

TV Series coming to Netflix Canada

Designated Survivor: 60 Days (July 1)*
Mike Tyson Mysteries: Season 4 (July 1)
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes: S2 (July 1)
Bangkok Love Stories: Objects of Affection (July 2)*
Bangkok Love Stories: Plead (July 2)*
The Last Czars (July 3)*
Yummy Mummies: Season 2 ​(July 3)*
Kakegurui: Season 2 (July 4)
Stranger Things: Season 3 (July 4)*
Free Reign: Season 3 (July 6)*
Family Reunion (July 10)*
Parchís: El documental ​(July 10)*
3Below: Tales of Arcadia: Part 2 (July 12)*
Bonus Family: Season 3 (July 12)*
Extreme Engagement (July 12)*
Luis Miguel – The Series: Season 1 (July 12)*
Taco Chronicles (July 12)*
RuPaul’s Drag Race: Season 1 (July 16)
Pinky Malinky: Part 3 (July 17)*
Suits: Season 8 (July 18)
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2019: Freshly Brewed ​(July 19)*
The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants: Season 3 (July 19)*
La casa de papel: Part 3 (July 19)*
Last Chance U: INDY: Part 2 (July 19)*
Queer Eye: Season 4 (July 19)*
SAINT SEIYA: Knights of the Zodiac (July 19)*
Typewriter (July 19)*
The Great Hack (July 24)*
Another Life (July 25)*
My First First Love: Season 2 (July 26)*
Orange Is the New Black: Season 7 (July 26)*
Sugar Rush: Season 2 (July 26)*
The Worst Witch: Season 3 (July 26)*
Kengan Ashura: Part l (July 31)*
The Letdown: Season 2 (July 31)*

If the movies coming to Canadian Netflix are boring, then the TV series are a bit better. I guess there are a lot of people who will be happy about the arrival of the final season of Orange Is the New Black. I don’t really care much about this series, but it is a real success story when it comes to Netflix original content and one of the first big-hits, so that is nice.

It is also interesting to see the arrival of Designated Survivor: 60 Days. This is a Korean story, very similar to the one we know from Designated Survivor with Kiefer Sutherland in the USA. Once again, a bomb kills the president and other officials during State of the Union in Korea, and the highest ranking person still alive is Park Moo-Jin , a former professor of Chemistry. He doesn’t want to become President at all, but once he takes on the job for 60 days, he does everything he can to catch the bad guys actually behind the attack.

Designated Survivor: 60 Days on Netflix in July (the Korea version)
Designated Survivor: 60 Days on Netflix in July (the Korea version)

On July 18th, Suits season 8 will come to Netflix in Canada. And that is not a coincidence, because on July 17th, Suits season 9 will premiere in the USA. So, if you want to get up to date and ready for Suits season 9, you can start watching Suits season 8 on Netflix in Canada on July 18th. Or, if you want to be really ready for fun, follow our instructions and watch Suits season 8 straight away, and then stream Suits season 9 on Netflix straight away on July 18th instead. Doesn’t that sound much cooler? Why wait for an entire year for the new season to get to Netflix, when you can stream Suits season 9 on Netflix immediately?

Maybe the most anticipated arrival in July on Netflix is Stranger Things 3. This is a Netflix original, meaning that you do not need to change your Netflix region to stream it. But, if you still want to know more about how you can access Canadian Netflix outside Canada, click the link and find the information you have been looking for.

Canadian Netflix July 2019 conclusion

Not exactly the most interesting month, but there are still some highlights that will make you want to use the Netflix application during your summer holiday as well.

Do you have something you look forward to stream on Netflix Canada in July? Write a comment and let me know’

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