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VIDEO: What’s on Netflix Australia, July 2017


Every month, each streaming service sends us its list of what’s on next month. This month is no different, but next month’s streaming content will be!

So, you want to know what Netflix will be airing during July 2017 on the Australian version of its streaming network.

Well, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s what will be airing, and from when during next month you’ll be able to stream it – there’s a trailer from Netflix below too, after which the list of TV shows and movies continues.


Castlevania: Season 1 (7/7/2017)
The last surviving member of a disgraced clan fights to save Eastern Europe from Dracula. Inspired by the classic video game series.

Friends From College: Season 1 (14/7/2017)
As they face down their forties, a group of friends who met at Harvard experiences a range of success -- or lack thereof -- in this comedy series.

Ozark: Season 1 (21/7/2017)
In this dark, dangerous series, a family struggles after moving to an Ozarks resort community when they're thrust into a world of dirty money.


Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments: Season 2B (July 11, 18, 25)
Despite a stunning betrayal, Clary and the Shadowhunters go to war against Valentine's new army to determine the ultimate fate of the Shadow World.

Shooter: Season 2 (19/7/2017)
Though one battle is over, another one is just beginning for Bob Lee Swagger, who's about to find himself in the middle of another dangerous plot.

Here’s the July 2017 Netflix Australia trailer, after which the list of all the shows and movies continues:


To the Bone (14/7/2017)
An anorexic goes on a sometimes funny, sometimes harrowing journey of self-discovery after entering a group home run by an unconventional doctor.

The Incredible Jessica James (28/7/2017)
Burned by a bad breakup, a struggling New York City playwright makes an unlikely connection with a divorced app designer she meets on a blind date.

The Standups: Season 1 (4/7/2017)
Comedians Nate Bargatze, Deon Cole, Fortune Feimster, Nikki Glaser, Dan Soder and Beth Stelling deliver sets in this new original stand-up series.

Aditi Mittal: Things They Wouldn't Let Me Say (18/7/2017)
One of the first women to perform stand-up comedy in India, Aditi Mittal opens up about life as a woman in her country in this new special.

Ari Shaffir: Double Negative: Collection (18/7/2017)
Comedian and podcaster Ari Shaffir brings his edgy humour to two new original stand-up specials shot live in Austin, Texas.

Joe Mande’s Award-Winning Comedy Special (25/7/2017)
Stand-up comic Joe Mande aims for critical adulation with this special that covers dating shows, "Shark Tank," Jewish summer camp and much more.


Chasing Coral (14/7/2017)
An ad executive teams up with marine biologists and camera designers to capture evidence of how climate change is destroying breathtaking coral reefs.

Last Chance U: Season 2 (21/7/2017)
Buddy, Brittany and a group of new and returning EMCC players begin a new season while coping with the publicity Season 1 brought to the team.

Daughters of Destiny: Season 1 (28/7/2017)
Oscar-winning filmmaker Vanessa Roth follows a group of young people from India's most impoverished families as they strive for a brighter future.


Dawn of the Croods: Season 4 (7/7/2017)
When an ailment threatens Grug's position as valley leader, Eep fills in. A star-crossed romance forces the Croods and the Broods to call a truce.

Luna Petunia: Season 2 (7/7/2017)
After befriending a mysterious horse during a summer in the English countryside, 15-year-old Zoe finds the strength to deal with issues she faces.

Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile (14/7/2017)
Buddy and Darnell have a big ol' pile of crazy new ideas they're ready to try out, and you get to choose which half-baked schemes make the cut!

The Worst Witch: Season 1 (21/7/2017)
Mildred Hubble's first year at Cackle's Academy is filled with potions, spells and broomsticks -- and one disaster after the next.

The Adventures of Puss in Boots: Season 5 (28/7/2017)
The world’s greatest feline fighter, lover and milk connoisseur takes on daring adventures in exotic locations in this family-friendly comedy series.


Chelsea: Season 2 (streaming every Friday)
Exciting guests, timely topics, global destinations. Chelsea returns with a fresh new format, bringing her bold perspective to a changed world.

Guests: Russell Wilson, Laila Ali, Kurt Warner, Aly Raisman, Lindsey Vonn, Rita Ora, Cara Delevingne, Jon Favereau, Jon Lovett, Tommy Vietor


Animal Kingdom: Season 2 (July 11, 18, 25)
The series follows a 17-year-old boy, who, after the death of his mother, moves in with the Codys, a criminal family clan governed by matriarch Smurf.

Offspring: Season 6 (1/7/2017)
A Melbourne obstetrician in her thirties struggles with the increasingly chaotic family, romantic and professional aspects of her life in this drama.

Pineapple Express (1/7/2017)
In this stoner buddy, a lazy pothead must go on the run with his dealer after witnessing a murder involving a corrupt cop and a drug kingpin.

Friends with Benefits (1/7/2017)
This raucous rom-com chronicles the relationship of two busy singles who try to include sex in their friendship – minus the emotions and commitment.

Hot Tub Time Machine (1/7/2017)
Fuelled by energy drinks, vodka and nostalgia for their younger, wilder days, a group of aging best friends travels back in time to 1986.

Paddington (8/7/2017)
Rescued from a train station, Paddington Bear finds a haven with a London family – until a taxidermist decides to add Paddington to her collection.

Suits: Season 6 Eps 1-10 (14/7/2017)
When he impresses a big lawyer with his razor-sharp mind, a college dropout scores a coveted associate job, even though he has no legal credentials.

The Goonies (15/7/2017)
A group of misfit children discovers a pirate-treasure map and embarks on a journey to find the riches in this beloved 1980’s classic.

The Shawshank Redemption (16/7/2017)
Framed for murder, upstanding banker Andy Dufresne begins a new life at the Shawshank prison and gradually forms a close bond with older inmate Red.

Fargo: Season 3 (28/7/2017)
Inspired by the classic Coen Brothers film of the same title, this anthology series embroils several quirky Minnesotans in different “true” crimes.

Dance Academy: Series 1 & 2 (1/7/2017)
Dance Academy is narrated mainly from the perspective of Tara Webster, a newly accepted first year student at the National Academy of Dance in Sydney, which also doubles as a Year 10-12 high school for the dancers.

Dinosaur Train: Season 3 (1/7/2017)
A preschool-aged T. rex and his adoptive family go for adventures on the Dinosaur Train and learn fascinating new facts about incredible creatures.

The Truth Is in the Stars (1/7/2017)
William Shatner sits down with scientists, innovators and celebrities to discuss how the optimism of “Star Trek” influenced multiple generations.

Hostages (Israel): Season 2 (1/7/2017)
The night before a surgeon is set to operate on a prime minister, her family is held hostage by gunmen who insist she kill him or her family will die.

Sonic Boom: Season 1 (1/7/2017)
Sonic, the fastest and bluest hedgehog in the world, teams up with his animal pals to stop Dr. Eggman from turning their island into a theme park.

Break Out: Season 1 (1/7/2017)
After losing her family in a suspicious car crash, a woman awakens from a 13-year coma determined to expose the truth about the long-ago tragedy.

Nerdland (1/7/2017)
Two friends make a pact to become famous within 24 hours. But their determined quest lands them waist-deep in crime, chloroform and witness protection.

The Exorcism of Emily Rose (1/7/2017)
An agnostic defence attorney is alarmed when she starts to believe her client – a priest accused of negligent homicide after an exorcism gone wrong,

Hancock (1/7/2017)
Will Smith stars as Hancock, a down-and-out superhero who’s forced to employ a public relations expert to help repair his image.

Suddenly 30 (1/7/2017)
When a geeky teen’s birthday party goes awry and she makes a wish that she could be 30, she wakes up to discover she’s flash-forwarded 17 years.

El Chema: Season 1 (1/7/2017)
Follow one man’s epic journey as he transforms from wily underage drug smuggler to one of the world’s most infamous cartel leaders.

Snowden (2/7/2017)
This quiet thriller traces Edward Snowden’s journey from Army recruit to disillusioned cyber analyst bent on exposing vast U.S. surveillance programs.

Bolt (5/7/2017)
This tale follows German shepherd Bolt, a canine actor who makes a cross-country trek when he’s mistakenly shipped from Hollywood to New York City.

XX (6/7/2017)
This four-part anthology of short horror films features stories that include some traditional themes but are all shown from a female point of view.

Burn After Reading (7/7/2017)
In this tale of poorly executed espionage, an ousted CIA official loses his memoir to moronic gym employees, who use it to try to turn a profit.

Degrassi: Next Class: Season 4 (8/7/2017)
Degrassi’s next generation of high-tech newbies and returning students navigates real-world high school drama. If you are a teen, this is your life.

Real Detective: Season 2 (12/7/2017)
This series blends documentary style with dramatic re-creations as actors portraying real detectives recall the cases that will haunt them forever.

Disturbia (14/7/2017)
A teen sentenced to house arrest begins watching his neighbours out of boredom – only to discover evidence that a serial killer is close.

Bring It On: In It to Win It (14/7/2017)
Carson sets out to guide her squad to victory and takes on a competitive rival in a one-on-one battle, as they both fight for one guy’s affection.

Fool's Gold (15/7/2017)
Finding a new clue rekindles a luckless fortune hunter’s hope for recovering a legendary treasure lost at sea – and for salvaging his marriage.

The Blind Side (16/7/2017)
In this sports drama based on a true story, an affluent couple takes in a homeless teenager and nurtures his growth into a football powerhouse.

Fittest on Earth: A Decade of Fitness (17/7/2017)
Witness obsessive CrossFit athletes compete for the title of Fittest Person on Earth and explore the sport’s history and explosive popularity.

The Princess Diaries (19/7/2017)
Mia Thermopolis has just found out that she is the heir apparent to the throne of Genovia. With her friends Lilly and Michael Moscovitz in tow, she tries to navigate through the rest of her 16th year.

Save the Last Dance (21/7/2017)
A white midwestern girl moves to Chicago, where her new boyfriend is a black teen from the South Side with a rough, semi-criminal past.

The Untouchables (28/7/2017)
Federal Agent Eliot Ness sets out to stop Al Capone; because of rampant corruption, he assembles a small, hand-picked team.

Terminator Genisys (28/7/2017)
When John Connor, leader of the human resistance, sends Sgt. Kyle Reese back to 1984 to protect Sarah Connor and safeguard the future, an unexpected turn of events creates a fractured timeline.

Cloud Atlas (30/7/2017)
An exploration of how the actions of individual lives impact one another in the past, present and future, as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero, and an act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution.

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