Netflix July 2019: What’s Coming and Leaving

July has officially started and Netflix has already made plans to cover up everyone’s schedule with movies and series.

Though it’s already half way to end of July and some of the popular movies and TV series are starting to leave Netflix, don’t get sad.

There’s more awesome series and movies yet to be watched on Netflix which will make your month of July amazing.

Therefore, if you are planning to spent this month same as usual, well you might just want to give it a second thought.

That’s because Netflix has confirmed that 44 new original series, movies and specials will be debuting on the streaming service in July.

So, check out all the best things coming to and leaving Netflix this July and make sure to watch them:

Coming: Queer Eye (Season 4)

Netflix has already given the green light for The Fab Five to hit their fourth season of Queer Eye on their streaming service.

On July 19, the crew is back in Kanas City to revamp the most conservative small towns of the Midwest.

The five guys- Karamo, Tan, Jonathan, Bobby, and Antoni have all been teasing the new season on their Instagram feeds.

Last season, the show focused on under-represented groups like women of color and lesbians.

Seems like there’s going to be a ton of athleisure outfits, shocking haircuts, and inspirational heroes this season.

Leaving: The Matrix Franchise

Sadly, this July you won’t be able to watch Keanu Reeves’ three biggest films including The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matric Returns.

Yea, the internet is currently obsessed with Keanu Reeves and his acting, but it’s true his movie is leaving Netflix this July.

The Matrix Franchise serves as a good reminder to watch some bad early 2000s-era CGI.

Similarly, these movies also mesmerizes fans as they get to see some of the biggest actors today clad entirely in leather.

Coming: Stranger Things (Season 3)

Millions of Netflix users might have been eagerly waiting for July to start just because one of the popular Netflix series was yet to start.

The third season of Stranger Things streamed on Netflix on July 4 and have been all over people’s mouth these days.

The Duffer Brothers had apparently been writing the third season way back in 2016 when the show first premiered.

Above all, the trailer of the third season is set in the summer of 1985 as the Hawkins gang gets ready to enjoy the last summer before high school.

So, if you are yet to watch Stranger Things 3, hurry and lookout for this series on Netflix because you might be let behind.

Leaving: Pretty Little Liars (All Seasons)

It’s a sad news for fans as Pretty Little Liars used to be one of the original Netflix staples.

When Netflix was just starting out, watching four teenagers fight off death threats from an unknown foe while dressed impeccably was all over peoples’ head.

While other teenage dreams like Gossip Girl were solely on the television networks, Pretty Little Liar managed to get streamed on Netflix.

Therefore, it might not be easy for the fans to say goodbye to this amazing series which stayed with them like forever.

However, luckily, Pretty Little Liars will be streaming on Netflix until July 27 to binge seasons 1 to 7.

So, hurry because you still have got petite time to relive all your moments with Pretty Little Liars until July 27.

Coming: Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee (Season 11)

Can’t believe it’s already been 11 seasons of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. Seems like yesterday we were watching the first season of this show.

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld was one of the first to turn short web series into bonafide hit shows on Netflix.

The show aired on Crackle in 2012, however migrated to Netflix in 2017 and has been a hit since then.

Above all, the eleventh season is set to feature some more cars, coffees, and incredible high-profile guests.

Therefore, forget all your plans and get ready to binge the short series coming on Netflix on July 19.

Leaving: The Mummy Franchise

Most of the 90s kids know how much we loved every movie produced by The Mummy Franchise.

All the movies of the Mummy Franchise were among the best movies to watch on Netflix, but sadly it’s leaving.

As of July 1, you won’t be able to watch The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, or The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.

None of the films ever gained a score on Rotten Tomatoes above 60%, however, they are great movies to watch if you love action.

Coming: Orange Is The New Black (Season 7)

For the fans eagerly waiting for the seventh and final season of Orange Is The New Black, it’s set to debut on July 26.

Orange Is The New Black is another one of the Netflix original series staples that will be hard to let go, however, fans can’t wait it to arrive on Netflix.

Director Jenji Kohan always notoriously keeps each season of her shows under wraps, so there’s lot to expect from the final season.

Leaving: Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

One of the biggest of the year 2000s, Pirates of The Caribbean franchise released not so good movie: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

Therefore, no one is exactly sad to see the fifth installment leaving Netflix on this July.

Dead Men Tell No Tales was originally released in 2017 and was one of the lowest grossing films of the franchise and was panned by critics.

In addition, the movie was quite bad which garnered Johnny Deep: one of the biggest actors of Hollywood, to be nominated for Worst Actor.

Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales managed to leave Netflix on July 2.

Coming: The Hangover

For the fans waiting for The Hangover to stream on Netflix, your wait is over. Yes, The Hangover started streaming on Netflix on July 1.

This finally arrived movie on Netflix changed the history of R-rated films and is one of the best movies to watch on Netflix.

When The Hangover first hit theaters it surpassed Beverly Hills Cop to be the second-higher-grossed R-rated film of all time.

Therefore, get ready to relive the memories of The Hangover again on streaming on Netflix this July 1.

Leaving: The Terminator

Even though Arnold Schwarzenegger left his entertainment career to become the Governor of California, he will always be our favorite.

Sadly, his most memorable movie The Terminator where he gave the iconic line “I’ll be back.” Is leaving Netflix.

Netflix has decided to remove the first installment in The Terminator franchise, which marks the last of the franchise on Netflix.

Coming: Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

For the fans sad for not being able to watch Johnny Deep’s Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, don’t worry, Netflix understands you.

The 2005 remake of 1971’s Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory is all over Netflix now since July 1.

Directed by Tim Burton, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory is ready to mesmerize everyone with the mind-melting effects of the chocolate factory.

In addition, Jonny Deep’s weird take on the character Willy Wonka will be worth a re-watch on Netflix.

Therefore, hurry up and don’t waste any of your time to watch this wonderful movie streaming on Netflix.

Leaving: Wedding Crashers

Wedding Crashers is one of those comedies that is funny no matter how many times you watch it.

The 2005 comedy starring Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughan, Rachel McAdams, and Isla Fisher belongs to R-rated comedies.

However, despite the huge success of this movie, Netflix has decided to remove it from the streaming platform.

Wedding Crashers has been removed by Netflix on July 1 but was definitely worth re-watching one more time before it left Netflix.

Coming: The Red Sea Diving Resort

The Red Sea Diving Resort is a spy thriller based on incredible true events, written by Gideon Raff.

It features an all-star cast including Chris Evans, Greg Kinnear, Ben Kingsley, Haley Bennett, Michael K. Williams, Michiel Huisman, and Alessandro Nivola.

This film is a biographical drama that follows international agents as they work to rescues Jewish-Ethiopians from Sudan in 1981.