Summer is officially here. And while July is time for fireworks, barbecues and beach days, it's also time for binging fresh shows and movies on Netflix while you hide from the sun indoors amid cool air conditioning. Here's a roundup of what you should be watching, and what to binge before it leaves.
Coming July 1: "Titanic"
One of the best love stories of all time will soon be available to stream whenever you feel like you need a good cry. Wait... you do that too, right?
Coming July 1: "ET: The Extra Terrestrial"
Everyone's favorite little alien will be phoning home.
Coming July 1: "The Land Before Time"
Millennials will be binging this beloved cartoon about kid dinosaurs Littlefoot, Ducky, Cera, Petrie and Spike.
Coming July 4: "The Standups" Season 1
Netflix already has a slew of stand-up specials, but are breaking from their typical mold with "The Standups
," in which six comedians each get a half-hour slot.
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Coming July 9: "Lion"
This Oscar-nominated film will have you in a puddle of tears by the end. But that won't stop you from enjoying beautiful performances from Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman.
Coming July 14: "Friends From College" Season 1
A new original series
starring Cobie Smulders, Fred Savage and Keegan-Michael Key is all about a group of college friends reuniting in New York.
Coming July 14: "To The Bone"
Lily Collins stars in this film about a girl battling anorexia.
Coming July 14: "Chasing Coral"
This documentary won the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival. It's all about catastrophic bleaching events that are causing coral around the world to die.
Coming July 18: "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"
We're not kidding. The blockbuster "Star Wars" spinoff will be available to stream whenever you want.
Coming July 21: "Ozark" Season 1
This new series starring Jason Bateman looks mysterious and dark in the teaser trailer
. He asks what it would take to make a family of four disappear... and we can't wait to find out.
Leaving July 1: "Blazing Saddles"
The classic Mel Brooks comedy-meets-a-Western will be blazing off the screen at the first of the month.
Leaving July 1: "American Pie Presents: Band Camp"
It's 'bye, 'bye American Pie next month with the exit of not only "Band Camp" but also "The Naked Mile" and "Beta House" from the franchise.
Leaving July 13: "Kevin Hart: Laugh At My Pain"
We're not laughing at the fact that the comedian's 2011 movie is leaving Netflix.