It's that time of month again: Time to freshen up your Netflix watch lists with a slew of new content. As usual, there are plenty of new Netflix Originals -- both movies and series -- along with some old favorites. Scroll all the way through to the end to catch a few beloved movies you may want to catch before they leave the streaming platform.
Arriving Aug. 1: "Surviving Escobar - Alias JJ"
If you like Netflix's "Narcos," then you might very well also enjoy this new series based on the book by John Jairo Velasquez, aka "Popeye." He was the lead assassin in Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar's circle.
Arriving Aug. 4: "Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later"
All of your favorite campers and counselors are back to follow through on their promise to catch up with each other a decade after camp.
Arriving Aug. 4: "Icarus"
This Netflix Original documentary takes a deep dive into the 2016 Sochi Olympics doping scandal and its effects on the larger sports community.
Arriving Aug. 5: "Holes"
Based on Louis Sachar's YA novel of the same name, "Holes" follows the story of a boy wrongfully convicted of a crime and sent to a detention camp where the punishment is digging holes all day. It's a nostalgic favorite for anyone who was in middle school in 2003.
Arriving Aug. 11: "Atypical"
A new dramedy from Netflix follows the life of Sam (Keir Gilchrist), an 18-year-old on the autism spectrum who decides to start dating.
Arriving Aug. 18: "Marvel's The Defenders"
The next Marvel series to hit Netflix will bring together all of Hell's Kitchen's protectors: Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. "The Defenders" was a hit at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 -- continue the fun this August.
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Arriving Aug. 18: "What Happened to Monday"
This dystopian thriller takes place in a world where families are limited to one child. But a set of identical septuplets defies that rule, taking turns going out in to the world -- until one of them disappears.
Arriving Aug. 25: "Disjointed"
Kathy Bates stars in this marijuana-themed comedy co-created with Chuck Lorre. Bates plays a pot dispensary owner in Los Angeles.
Arriving Aug. 25: "Death Note"
"Death Note" is based on a Japanese manga series about a boy who finds a mystical book that has the power to kill whosever name is written in it.
Arriving Aug. 25: "Once Upon a Time"
Season 6 of ABC's fan favorite series about re-imagined Disney stories is hitting the streaming service.
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Leaving Aug. 1: "The Lizzie McGuire Movie"
Remind yourself what dreams are made of and watch all of Lizzie's (Hilary Duff) adventures in Rome as she moonlights as an Italian pop star. This is another nostalgia play for those who were pre-teens in '03.