Netflix News and August Streaming

Netflix Streaming News and Releases

Coming to Netflix in August:

August 1st

28 Days
8 Mile
Above the Rim
The Age of Adaline
Battle: Los Angeles
Bridget Jones’s Baby
Bridget Jones’s Diary
Dinner for Schmucks
Eyes Wide Shut
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Footloose (2011)
Hardcore Henry
Legends of the Fall
Love & Basketball
Made of Honor
Men in Black
Men in Black 2
Men in Black 3
Miss Congeniality
No Strings Attached
Pawn Stars (Season 13)
Polly Pocket: Tiny Taste Adventure (Season 4, Part 2)
She’s Funny That Way
Space Jam (1996)
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 3
Top Gear (Season 29 & 30)
The Town
Woman in Gold

August 2nd

Ricardo Quevedo: Tomorrow Will Be Worse

August 3rd

Good Morning, Verônica (Season 2- 2022)
Clusterf**k: Woodstock ‘99  (2022)
Don’t Blame Karma 
Good Morning, Verônica (Season 2-2022)

August 4th

Lady Tamara
Super Giant Robot Brothers 
Wedding Season (2022)

August 5th

The Sandman (Season 1- 2022)
Darlings (2022)
The Informer
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie 
The Sandman 

August 6th

Reclaim (2022)

August 7th

Riverdale (Season 6)

August 8th

Code Name: Emperor (2022)
Team Zenko Go (Season 2)

August 9th 

I Just Killed My Dad (2022)
The Nice Guys

August 10th

Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist (2022)
Heartsong  (2022)
Indian Matchmaking (Season 2- 2022)
Instant Dream Home (Season 1- 2022)
Iron Chef Brazil (Season 1)
Locke & Key (Season 3- 2022)
School Tales The Series (2022)

August 11th 
Dota: Dragon’s Blood (Book 3- 2022)
Stay on Board: The Leo Baker Story (2022)

August 12th

13: The Musical (2022)
A Model Family (Season 1- 2022)
Day Shift (2022)
Never Have I Ever (Season 3- 2022)

August 15th

Ancient Aliens (Season 4)
Deepa & Anoop  (2022)
Learn to Swim

August 16th

Untold: Volume 2 
Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn’t Exist (2 Parts)

August 17th

High Heat (Season 1- 2022)
Junior Baking Show, season 6 – Netflix Series
Look Both Ways (2022)
Royalteen (2022)
Unsuspicious – Netflix Series

August 18th 

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Season 3)
Inside the Mind of a Cat  (2022)
Tekken: Bloodline 

August 19th 

The Cuphead Show! (Season 2- 2022)
Echoes – Netflix Series
The Girl in the Mirror (Season 2- 2022)
Glow Up, season 4 – Netflix Series
Kleo (Season 1- 2022)
The Next 365 Days (3rd in Series of Films- 2022)

August 20th

Fullmetal Alchemist The Revenge of Scar (2022)

August 21st

A Cowgirl’s Song

August 23rd

Chad and JT Go Deep (Season 1- 2022)
Untold: The Rise and Fall of AND1 (2022)

August 24th 

Lost Ollie
Mo (Season 1- 2022)
Queer Eye: Brazil (Season 1- 2022)
Selling the OC (SEason 1- 2022)
Running with the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee  (2022)
Under Fire (2022)
Watch Out, We’re Mad (2022)

August 25th

Rilakkuma’s Theme Park Adventure (Season 1- 2022)
Angry Birds: Summer Madness (Season 3-2022)
History 101 (Season 2- 2022)
That’s Amor 

August 26th 

Loving Adults
Me Time (2022)
Drive Hard: The Maloof Way 
Seoul Vibe 

August 29th

Under Her Control  (2022)
Mighty Express (Season 7-2022)

August 30th

I AM KILLER (Season 3-2022)
Untold: Operation Flagrant Foul 

August 31st

I Came By (2022)
Club América vs Club América (2022)
Family Secrets (2022)

Netflix Sues Musical Co-Creators of Unofficial Bridgerton Musical 

On Friday, July 29th Netflix filed a lawsuit against Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear, musical composers, who Netflix is suing for holding the Unofficial Bridgerton Musical Album Live in Concert at the Kennedy Center. Netflix is claiming copyright and trademark infringement as well as claiming the pair were misrepresenting that they were using the Bridgerton trademark with permission.

Barlow and Bear originally started on TikTok, Barlow singing ‘Daphne’s Song’ which is now called an ‘Ocean Away’ and has over 2.4 million views. Since then the pair created an album with over 15 original songs and won a Grammy for best musical theater album. They are the youngest winners and nominees ever to win in this category at only 20 and 23. Both have not commented on the lawsuit as of yet. 

1 Million Subscribers Lost by Netflix

According to the latest financial reports, Netflix has lost approximately 1 million subscribers in quarter 2 of 2022. This is following the 200,000 subscriber loss in the first quarter. Netflix, a staple of the streaming media industry, doesn’t have other revenue streams to fall back on. Its current market shares are down almost 65% this year. So what will Netflix do? The company has already laid off over 200 full- and part-time employees this year. Netflix announced additional layoffs are to be expected, and earlier this year, they stated they would be cracking down on password sharing. 

Coming to Netflix in September:

September 1st
Love in the Villa (2022)

September 2nd
Ivy & Bean (2022)

September 9th
Cobra Kai (Season 5- 2022)

September 16th
Drifting Home (2022)

September 21st
Designing Miami (Season 1)

September 23rd
Blonde (2022)

September 26th
My Little Pony: Make Your Mark

September 29th
The Empress

September 30th
Entergalactic (2022)

September, Date TBD
The School for Good and Evil (2022)

Cyberpunk: Edgerunners


Ana de Armas Transforms Into Marilyn Monroe in Netflix’s Blonde

Based on the novel of the same name that dove into the myths and marvels of the iconic Hollywood star, Blonde is heading to Netflix this September. Directed by Andrew Dominik(Chopper), the film follows the star-studded but tragic life of the late Marilyn Monroe who is still regarded as one of the most recognizable bombshells in American history. Monroe starred in many films throughout the 50s and 60s including Gentlemen Prefer BlondesSome Like It Hot, and more. Ana de Armas, known for action films No Time To DieBlade Runner 2049, and others, is now taking on the challenging role. She has already delivered on the resemblance factor based on the teaser alone. Though the film’s release is months away, critics and fans alike are already astounded by de Armas’s replication of Monroe’s iconic style and the moments that simultaneously brought her to fame and spiraled her into a state of misery. 

Tommy Chong is Reprising his Role in That 90s Show

With our ever-increasing obsession with nostalgia, it was only a matter of time before nostalgic comedy That 70s Show received a spinoff. Fans were delighted to hear that they’d be traveling back to Wisconsin to revisit the old crew, but this time in the 90s. Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp are returning to play Red and Kitty, and it’s just been announced that Tommy Chong will return to play Leo. Chong let the news out in an interview with Dark Mark on Youtube.

Also returning are Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Topher Grace, and Laura Prepon. Unfortunately, Danny Masterson is not returning due to his legal issues. Some new cast members and our favorite characters have grown up and started families since we last saw them. Callie Haverda, Ashley Aufderheide, Mace Coronel, Maxwell Acee Donovan, Reyn Doi, and Sam Morelos have all been added to the new cast. There’s no release date for That 90s Show but it’s likely to arrive on Netflix later this year 

Stranger Things’ Final Season Breaks Netflix’s Most-Watched Record 


After a 3 year hiatus, fans of the 80s sci-fi horror series Stranger Things are ready to join Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Max, and Eleven back into the mysterious and dangerous land of the Upside Down. The Duffer Brothers who created the iconic series announced that like many recent Netflix finales, the final season would be split into two parts. Season 4 volume 1 premiered on May 27th, 2022, and broke the record for the most-watched premiere on Netflix which previously belonged to period drama Bridgerton. According to Netflix statistics, the beginning of the end of this culturally catastrophic series was viewed for 287 million hours. The platform is anticipating even more viewership when the second half of the final season releases on July 1st of this year.  The series also took the number 3 spot in Netflix’s top titles and was plastered across the home page the day of its premiere. 



Streaming Lists and News For Netflix July 2022

July 1
Stranger Things 4: Volume 2
A Call to Spy
Big Daddy
Blue Jasmine
Boogie Nights
Catch Me If You Can
Falls Around Her
Final Score
I Am Legend
Mean Girls
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
Natural Born Killers
Old School
Police Academy
The Dark Knight Rises
The Dirty Dozen
The Pursuit of Happyness
The Talented Mr. Ripley
The Terminal
Wyatt Earp
Zero Dark Thirty

July 3
Blair Witch (2016)

July 4
Leave No Trace

July 6
Control Z: Season 3
Girl in the Picture
Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between
King of Stonks
Uncle from Another World

July 7
The Flash: Season 8
Karma’s World: Season 3
Vinland Saga: Season 1

July 8
Boo, Bitch
Capitani: Season 2
Dangerous Liaisons
How To Build a Sex Room
The Longest Night
Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls
The Sea Beast

July 10
12 Strong

July 11
For Jojo
Valley of the Dead

July 12
Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks
How to Change Your Mind
My Daughter’s Killer

July 13
Big Timber: Season 2
D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?
Hurts Like Hell
Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres
Sintonia: Season 3
Under the Amalfi Sun

July 14
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight
Resident Evil

July 15
Country Queen
Love Goals (Jaadugar)
Mom, Don’t Do That!
Remarriage & Desires

July 16

July 18
Live is Life
My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along
StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Collection 2: Learn to Read
Too Old for Fairy Tales

July 19
David A. Arnold: It Ain’t For the Weak

July 20
Bad Exorcist: Seasons 1-2
Virgin River: Season 4

July 22
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Season 5
Blown Away: Season 3
The Gray Man
One Piece: New Episodes

July 25
Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 5

July 26
August: Osage County
Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl
Street Food: USA

July 27
Car Masters: Rust to Riches: Season 4
Dream Home Makeover: Season 3
The Most Hated Man on the Internet
Rebelde: Season 2

July 28
A Cut Above
Another Self
Keep Breathing
Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation

July 29
The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem: Season 2
Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time
The Entitled
Purple Hearts
Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series

July 31
The Wretched