By Gladys Ng

GRAZIA Guide: What’s New On Netflix in July

From season 3 of Sweet Home to upcoming animated series The Imaginary, here's what you should be watching in July 2024
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As the month of July is approaching over the weekend, Netflix has yet again unveiled an exciting lineup of new films and series that caters to a wide range of tastes. From action-packed blockbusters to heartwarming dramas, they are set to keep you entertained throughout July.

Below, we have curated some new releases and updated seasons of Netflix series that will be released over the month to keep you entertained.

Sweet Home: Season 3

The current favourite South Korean apocalyptic horror webcomic-turned-series on Netflix—Sweet Home is back with a brand new season. Starring Song Kang, Lee Jin-wook, and Lee Si-young, where they fight for their lives as survivors in a world where humans turn into monsters. With the many new elements and expanded scope introduced in the second season of the series, the most significant plot twist at the end got us on the edge of our seats. The third season is definitely not to be missed this mid-July on the streaming platform.

Catch it on Netflix on 19 July 2024.

Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F

As a continuation of the original film series that began in 1984, the new movie Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F set to appeal to both longtime fans and captivate new audiences. Starring Eddie Murphy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Taylour Paige, Axel Foley (played by Eddie Murphy) returns to Beverly Hills after his daughter Jane’s (played by Taylour Paige) life is threatened. Joining forces with new partner Detective Bobby Abbott (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and old friends Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) and John Taggart (John Ashton), Axel must unravel a dangerous conspiracy. Packed with action and comedy, the fourth instalment in the Beverly Hills Cop franchise marks the return of Eddie Murphy as Detective Axel Foley after nearly 30 years since the last film of the series.

Catch it on Netflix on 3 July 2024.

The Imaginary

Produced by Studio Ponoc and directed by Yoshiyuki Momose who is known for his work on Studio Ghibli films, The Imaginary is based on a children’s book by A.F. Harrold and Emily Gravett. The hand-drawn animated movie centres on Amanda, a lonely girl living with her mother in a struggling bookstore. Her best friend is Rudger, an imaginary boy who lives in the attic. Be ready for a blend of fantasy, adventure, mild horror on this upcoming movie.

Catch it on Netflix on 5 July 2024.

Vikings: Valhalla Season 3

The final instalment of the acclaimed Netflix series Vikings is finally here—starring Sam Corlett, Leo Suter, and Frida Gustavsson. Set in the early 11th century about 100 years after the original Vikings series, Vikings: Valhalla follows the legendary adventures of famous Vikings including Leif Eriksson, his sister Freydis Eiríksdóttir, and the Norwegian prince Harald Sigurdsson. The series revolves around these historical figures as they fight for power, explore new lands, and grapple with the clash between old Norse traditions and the spreading influence of Christianity.

Catch it on Netflix on 11 July 2024.

Anyone but You

For fans who hadn’t caught the American romantic comedy film Anyone but You directed by Will Gluck, here is your chance to watch it in the comfort of your own bed. Loosely based on Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, it stars Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney and Scream Queens actor Glen Powell. Revolving around two individuals who initially disliked each other but are forced to pretend to be a couple for a destination wedding, it leads up to unexpected romantic entanglements.

Catch it on Netflix on 16 July 2024.


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