What’s new on Netflix Canada in July 2022

Highlights include the final 2 episodes of season 4 of Stranger Things, Keep Breathing, Uncoupled, Persuasion, The Gray Man, How to Change Your Mind, and more

Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven and Matthew Modine as Dr. Martin Brenner in the fourth season of the Netflix hit Stranger Things. The final two episodes will be released on Friday, July 1. (Photo: Netflix)
Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven and Matthew Modine as Dr. Martin Brenner in the fourth season of the Netflix hit Stranger Things. The final two episodes will be released on Friday, July 1. (Photo: Netflix)

Every month, kawarthaNOW is the only local media source to bring you a list of what’s coming to Netflix Canada. Here are a few highlights of what’s coming to Netflix in July.

The final two episodes of the critically acclaimed fourth season of the Netflix hit Stranger Things will be released on Friday, July 1st. No doubt the last two episodes will include a showdown between Eleven and Vecna, setting the stage for the fifth and final season.

New Netflix series include Keep Breathing, a survival thriller starring Melissa Barrera as Liv, a New York lawyer who emerges as the sole survivor of an airplane crash in a remote area in Canada. The six-episode series premiers on Thursday, July 28th.

VIDEO: “Stranger Things” Season 4 Volume 2 sneak peek

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There’s also Uncoupled, a comedy starring Neil Patrick Harris as a New York City real estate broker who faces the prospect of starting over as a single man in his 40s after his boyfriend of 17 years abruptly moves out. The series of eight 30-minute episodes premieres on Friday, July 29th

Other new Netflix series include How To Build a Sex Room (Jul. 8), a racy reality series where designer Melanie Rose dreams up erotic renovations for couples, and Resident Evil (Jul. 14), the long-delayed attempt at a television version of the film franchise.

Other returning Netflix series include season three of Control Z (Jul. 6), season four of Virgin River (Jul. 20), season three of Blown Away (Jul. 22), season four of Car Masters: Rust to Riches and season three of Dream Home Makeover (both on Jul. 27), Other returning series include season five of Animal Kingdom (Jul. 11).

VIDEO: “Persuasion” trailer

New Netflix films include Hello, Goodbye, and Everything In Between, a drama based upon the novel of the same name by Jennifer E. Smith starring Talia Ryder and Jordan Fisher as Claire and Adam, a couple who make a pact to break up before college and have one last epic date to revisit their relationship. It premieres on Wednesday, July 6th.

Perhaps trying to leverage the success of the hit period series Bridgerton, Netflix is releasing a new adaptation of Jane Asten’s 1817 classic novel Persuasion, starring Dakota Johnson as Anne Elliot and Cosmo Jarvis as Captain Frederick Wentworth. The film premieres on Friday, July 15th.

If action thrillers are more your thing, The Gray Man stars Ryan Gosling as Court Gentry, the CIA’s most skilled mercenary known as Court Gentry, who uncovers dark agency secrets and is hunted across the globe by his psychopathic former colleague Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans) and international assassins. Based on the 2009 novel of the same name by Mark Greaney, The Gray Man will debut on Netlfix on Friday, July 22nd, following a limited theatrical release the week before.

VIDEO: “The Gray Man” trailer

For documentaries, you might want to check out How to Change Your Mind, a four-part series based on the 2018 bestseller by Michael Pollan chronicling the long and storied history of psychedelic drugs. Each episode focuses on a different mind-altering substance — LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, and mescaline — and explores the potential of these substances to heal and change minds as well as culture. It debuts on Tuesday, July 12th.

The following day sees the premiere of D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?!, a true crime docuseries examining the mystery of the 1971 skyjacker who parachuted off a plane with a bag of stolen cash and vanished. There’s also The Most Hated Man on the Internet, a docuseries chronicling a mother’s crusade against Hunter Moore, a self-proclaimed “professional life ruiner” who found infamy by creating a notorious “revenge porn” website. It premieres on Wednesday, July 27th.

Theatrically released films include Antiviral, Cold Mountain, Gone Baby Gone, Heat, Johnny Mnemonic, Men with Brooms, The Iceman, The King of Staten Island, and Total Recall (all on Jul. 1), The Foreigner (Jul. 15), The Rental (Jul. 22), Irresistible (Jul. 23), and The Desperate Hour (Jul. 29).

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VIDEO: New to Netflix Canada in July 2022

Here’s the complete list of everything coming to Netflix Canada in July, along with what’s leaving.


Coming soon (no release date specified)

  • Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi (Netflix documentary) – A series of mutilated bodies and taunting notes left outside a Delhi jail sends police hunting for a seasoned killer with a grudge against the system.
  • Masaba Masaba: Season 2 (Netflix series) – Amid a career crisis, Masaba puts her love life on the back burner — but is it there to stay? Neena faces all kinds of drama while rebooting a hit show.


Friday, July 1

  • Stranger Things 4: Volume 2 (Netflix series) – Divided by distance but ever determined, our scattered friends face a frightening future. But it’s only the beginning. The beginning of the end.
  • Antiviral
  • Cold Mountain
  • Final Score
  • Fubar: Balls to the Wall
  • Fubar: The Movie
  • Gone Baby Gone
  • Heat
  • Hector and the Search for Happiness
  • Hector and the Search for Happiness
  • Johnny Mnemonic
  • Loving
  • Men with Brooms
  • Ouija: Origin of Evil
  • Tarzan
  • The High Note
  • The Iceman
  • The King of Staten Island
  • Total Recall
  • Tulip Fever


Wednesday, July 6

  • Control Z: Season 3 (Netflix series) – Sofía and her friends try to move on in their senior year, but an unidentified hacker with a familiar account makes life difficult for them.
  • Girl in the Picture (Netflix documentary) – In this documentary, a woman found dying by a road leaves behind a son, a man claiming to be her husband — and a mystery that unfolds like a nightmare.
  • Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between (Netflix film) – Clare and Aidan make a pact to break up before college — no regrets, no broken hearts. But will one epic goodbye date offer them a last chance at love?
  • King of Stonks (Netflix series) – Desperate for startup stardom, an overly-ambitious finance mastermind lies, cheats and schemes his less-than-authentic company up the ladder to success.
  • Uncle from Another World (Netflix anime) – After being in a coma for 17 years, Takafumi’s middle-aged uncle suddenly wakes up speaking an unrecognizable language and wielding magical powers.


Thursday, July 7

  • Karma’s World: Season 3 (Netflix family) – From making new friends to standing up for what’s right: Karma grows as a daughter, sister, artist and more with new rhymes and lots of fun times!
  • Vinland Saga: Season 1


Friday, July 8

  • Boo, Bitch (Netflix series) – Two senior BFFs make a last-ditch attempt to be seen. But when one of them becomes a ghost, she’ll need to really live her best life — while she can.
  • Capitani: Season 2 (Netflix series) – Now living in Luxembourg City, Luc Capitani takes on a new job and finds himself entangled in a murder investigation linked to the capital’s criminal underworld.
  • Dangerous Liaisons (Netflix film) – Book smart Célène falls for bad boy Tristan at her new Biarritz high school, unaware she’s part of a cruel bet he’s made with social media queen Vanessa.
  • How To Build a Sex Room (Netflix series) – From a rock ‘n’ roll sex dungeon to a next-level spa space, designer Melanie Rose dreams up erotic renovations for couples in this racy reality series.
  • Incantation (Netflix film) – Six years ago, Lee Jo-nan was cursed after breaking a religious taboo. Now, she must protect her daughter from the consequences of her actions.
  • Jewel (Netflix film) – While visiting a massacre memorial, a photographer finds herself drawn to a local woman. But their romance stirs up painful memories of a shared past.
  • The Longest Night (Netflix series) – Armed men surround a psychiatric prison and cut off all communications. Their purpose: to capture serial killer Simón Lago. Six episodes. One night.
  • Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls (Netflix film) – Click through this interactive special, helping superstar Ranveer Singh and adventurer Bear Grylls brave the Serbian wilderness to find a rare flower.
  • The Sea Beast (Netflix film) – When a young girl stows away on the ship of a legendary sea monster hunter, they launch an epic journey into uncharted waters — and make history to boot.


Monday, July 11

  • Animal Kingdom: Season 5
  • For Jojo (Netflix film) – When her best friend Jojo falls in love and moves on from their wild dating adventures in Berlin, Paula does everything she can to sabotage her wedding.
  • Valley of the Dead (Netflix film) – During the Spanish Civil War, a small group of sworn enemies must work together when they encounter flesh-eating zombies created in a Nazi experiment.


Tuesday, July 12

  • Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks (Netflix comedy) – Comedian Bill Burr sounds off on cancel culture, feminism, getting bad reviews from his wife and a life-changing epiphany during a fiery stand-up set.
  • How to Change Your Mind (Netflix documentary) – Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney and New York Times best-selling author Michael Pollan present this documentary series event in four parts, each focused on a different mind-altering substance: LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, and mescaline. With Pollan as our guide, we journey to the frontiers of the new psychedelic renaissance — and look back at almost-forgotten historical context — to explore the potential of these substances to heal and change minds as well as culture. How to Change Your Mind is directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Alison Ellwood and two-time Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning filmmaker Lucy Walker.
  • My Daughter’s Killer (Netflix documentary) – A father fights for decades to bring his daughter’s killer to justice in France and Germany before taking extreme measures. A true crime documentary.


Wednesday, July 13

  • D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! (Netflix documentary) – In 1971, a skyjacker parachutes off a plane with a bag of stolen cash — and gets away with it. Decades later, his identity remains a compelling mystery.
  • Hurts Like Hell (Netflix series) – From illegal gambling to match-fixing, discover the seedy underworld behind the once-revered sport of Muay Thai in this drama inspired by real events.
  • Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres (Netflix documentary) – In politics, most pursue power. He pursued peace. Shimon Peres’s influence and integrity were instrumental in the founding and preservation of Israel.
  • Sintonia: Season 3 (Netflix series) – As Doni frets over the price of fame, Rita contemplates a new career and Nando reflects on his chosen path. The stakes are now higher than ever.
  • Under the Amalfi Sun (Netflix film) – Vincenzo and Camilla put their love to the test during a vacation to the Amalfi Coast. Meanwhile, their friends Furio and Nathalie have flings of their own.
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Thursday, July 14

  • Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (Netflix family) – Legendary warrior Po teams up with an elite English knight on a global quest to rescue magical weapons, restore his reputation — and save the world!
  • Resident Evil (Netflix series) – Nearly three decades after the discovery of the T-virus, an outbreak reveals the Umbrella Corporation’s dark secrets. Based on the horror franchise.


Friday, July 15

  • Alba (Netflix series) – Alba awakens on a beach, bearing evidence of a rape but with no memory of the night before. Then she learns her rapists are her boyfriend’s buddies.
  • Country Queen (Netflix series) – A Nairobi event planner returns to her village after 10 years, where she confronts her past — and a mining company that threatens to destroy her home.
  • Farzar (Netflix series) – Prince Fichael lives in a human colony on an alien world and vows to rid the planet of evil — but then learns his dad’s the biggest evildoer of them all.
  • The Foreigner
  • Love Goals (Jaadugar) (Netflix film) – A small-town magician with zero interest in football must lead his local team to the finals of a tournament if he wishes to marry the love of his life.
  • Mom, Don’t Do That! (Netflix series) – After her husband’s death, a 60-year-old mom decides to find love again — to the joy and annoyance of her two daughters. Based on a true story.
  • Persuasion (Netflix film) – Eight years after Anne Elliot was persuaded not to marry a dashing man of humble origins, they meet again. Will she seize her second chance at true love?
  • Remarriage & Desires (Netflix series) – Through an exclusive matchmaking agency that caters to the ultra rich, a divorcee plots revenge against her ex-husband’s scheming mistress.


Monday, July 18

  • Live is Life (Netflix film) – Five boys faced with the realities of adulthood unite for a final adventure: hunting down a magical flower that will make their wishes come true.
  • My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along (Netflix family) – A young pony makes a herd of new friends on a quest to bring magic back to her world in this sing-along version of “My Little Pony: A New Generation.”
  • StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Collection 2: Learn to Read (Netflix family) – Follow StoryBot pals Beep, Boop, Bing, Bang and Bo through three volumes of snack-sized early reading lessons set to a soundtrack of catchy tunes!
  • Too Old for Fairy Tales (Netflix film) – A spoiled gamer wants to compete in an upcoming tournament, but his mother’s illness and an eccentric aunt force him to rethink his priorities.


Tuesday, July 19

  • David A. Arnold: It Ain’t For the Weak (Netflix comedy) – Performing in his Cleveland hometown, David A. Arnold jokes about marital spats and entitled kids as he shares a behind-the-scenes look at his family.


Wednesday, July 20

  • Bad Exorcist: Seasons 1-2 (Netflix series) – No demon is safe as Bogdan Boner, the alcohol-loving, self-taught exorcist-for-hire, returns with more inventive, obscene and deadly deeds.
  • Virgin River: Season 4 (Netflix series) – Mel navigates her new reality, Jack’s past threatens his future and new faces arrive to stir things up in Virgin River.


Thursday, July 21

  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Season 5 (Netflix family) – The family-friendly animated series set in the world of the hit franchise returns for a new season.
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Friday, July 22

  • Blown Away: Season 3 (Netflix series) – Blown Away is back for season 3 with some of the glass world’s heaviest hitters, all competing for the title, Best In Glass. Ten glass artists have come to North America’s largest hot shop to push themselves to their creative limits. In each episode, the glassblowers must impress the Evaluators or risk being eliminated. At stake is a life changing prize that will send their careers to new heights. Blown Away is hosted by Nick Uhas with Resident Evaluator and Glass Master Katherine Gray.
  • The Gray Man (Netflix film) – When a shadowy CIA agent uncovers damning agency secrets, he’s hunted across the globe by a sociopathic rogue operative who’s put a bounty on his head.
  • One Piece: New Episodes
  • The Rental


Saturday, July 23

  • Irresistible


Monday, July 25

  • Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 5 (Netflix family) – This colourful series set in a fantastical dollhouse of delightful mini-worlds and irresistible kitty characters returns for a new season.


Tuesday, July 26

  • DI4RIES (Netflix series) – First crushes, first kisses, fun with friends — and feuds with rivals. In the halls of Galileo Galilei Middle School, every day is full of surprises!
  • Street Food: USA (Netflix documentary) – This season of “Street Food” focuses on American cooks, pit masters, taqueros, loncheros — and culinary heroes.


Wednesday, July 27

  • Car Masters: Rust to Riches: Season 4 (Netflix series) – As Shawn revs up business for the garage, Mark and the rest of the crew work on a variety of projects, including a ’57 Chevy and a rare Lincoln Zephyr.
  • Dream Home Makeover: Season 3 (Netflix series) – Syd and Shea McGee of Studio McGee are back for a third season of Dream Home Makeover, bringing Shea’s breathtaking interior design touch to a wide range of diverse clients from across the country. From a jaw dropping multimillion dollar estate in southern California to a gut renovation of a single-family home destroyed by a fire in Salt Lake City, each episode features Shea delivering obsession worthy interiors that usher beauty, ease, and efficiency into the lives of her clients. Along the way, Shea and Syd invite viewers into their lives as they raise daughters Wren, Ivy, and new baby Margot.
  • The Most Hated Man on the Internet (Netflix documentary) – This new documentary series chronicles a mother’s crusade against a self-proclaimed “professional life ruiner” who found infamy by creating a notorious ‘revenge porn’ hub.
  • Pipa (Netflix film) – Living a secluded life in a small Argentinian town, former investigator Manuela Pipa Pelari is suddenly forced to face secrets from her past.
  • Rebelde: Season 2 (Netflix series) – A trio of cheerleaders at a posh private school revive their former classmates’ anti-bullying club and team up to fight injustice in this teen thriller.
  • Street Food: USA (Netflix documentary) – Embark on a cultural journey into street food across America. After previous seasons shot in Asia and Latin America, the series travels to the U.S. to visit Los Angeles, Portland, New York, New Orleans, Miami, and Oahu. Along the way, we’ll discover the stories of the people who create flavourful, unforgettable dishes.


Thursday, July 28

  • A Cut Above (Netflix film) – When he sets out to save his mother’s salon, a man discovers some unexpected talents of his own.
  • Another Self (Netflix series) – Three friends take part in a therapy session in a seaside town and learn to work through unresolved trauma connected to their families’ pasts.
  • Keep Breathing (Netflix series) – When a small plane crashes in the middle of the Canadian wilderness, a lone woman must battle the elements — and her personal demons— to survive.
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation (Netflix family) – Oggy is back with a big surprise in tow: Piya the elephant, the 7-year-old daughter of his Indian friends.


Friday, July 29

  • Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time (Netflix anime) – A detective who’s also a public security agent and a member of a shadowy organization juggles his triple identities in this “Cased Closed” spinoff.
  • The Desperate Hour
  • The Entitled (Netflix film) – Unexpectedly dropped into upper-class society, an awkward woman struggles to fit in.
  • Fanático (Netflix series) – After Spain’s biggest music star accidentally dies during a concert, a fan seizes the chance to escape his mundane life by adopting his idol’s.
  • Purple Hearts (Netflix film) – In spite of their many differences, Cassie (Sofia Carson), a struggling singer-songwriter, and Luke (Nicholas Galitzine), a troubled marine, agree to marry solely for military benefits. But when tragedy strikes, the line between real and pretend begins to blur.
  • Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series (Netflix family) – A trio of cheerleaders at a posh private school revive their former classmates’ anti-bullying club and team up to fight injustice in this teen thriller.
  • Uncoupled (Netflix series) – When his boyfriend of 17 years abruptly moves out, a New York City real estate broker faces the prospect of starting over as a single man in his 40s.


Leaving Netflix Canada in July

Friday, July 1

  • The Fosters: Seasons 1-5
  • A.P. Bio: Seasons 1-2
  • Dawson’s Creek: Seasons 1-6


All titles and dates are subject to change.