From the highly anticipated Volume 2 of Stranger Things season 4 to a new ghost influencer story, Boo Bitch, Netflix is gearing up for a jam-packed July 2022. The popular streaming services will start off the month right with both previously mentioned series airing within the first week. Mid-July gives us the anticipated video game turned movie franchise turned TV series Resident Evil. Premiering July 15th, creators of brickleberry and Paradise PD have teamed up to give adults a new animated series, farzarwhich is a new sci-fi adult cartoon.
Fans of romance and drama series have eagerly awaited the fourth season of Virgin River, a show whose popularity soared during the pandemic. Per People, Netflix had greenlit two additional seasons of the show back in September 2021, ensuring fans would enjoy at least another season of the show after the new one drops this July. Netflix will end the month on a high note thanks to the new comedy starring Neil Patrick Harris called uncoupled. While this series is more mature than director Darren Star is typically known for, it will be a fun one. Let’s take a closer look at the top TV series coming to Netflix in July 2022.
Stranger Things (Season 4, Volume 2) – July 1
After Netflix producers decided to split season four of Stranger Things into two parts, most viewers were left on a huge cliffhanger. Volume two of season four will consist of only two episodes, per Collider, with over four hours of runtime between the final two episodes. The episodes themselves will, of course, feature the battle between Vecna and Eleven. With only one more season after this, fans are hoping the battle leaves enough to continue Eleven’s story in season five.
Boo, Bitch – July 8
Lana Condor is a darling on Netflix with her portrayal as Laura Jean in the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before franchise. Her newest collaboration with Netflix comes in the form of a limited series called Boo, Bitch. The eight-episode limited series centers around Erika (Condor) a high school senior in her final weeks of school. She has played her life safe and feels like it is time to make her mark during these last few weeks. One night, she goes to a party with her friend Gia only to find out the next morning that she is a ghost.
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (Season 1) – July 14
Jack Black is back as Po in the franchise’s newest adventure to save the world, Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight. This time, he teams up with a no-nonsense English knight named Wandering Blade, played by Rita Ora. Together they must locate four powerful weapons before a mysterious pair of weasels do. Their quest takes them across the globe to seek redemption and, of course, to save said world.
Resident Evil (Season 1) – July 14
the Resident Evil TV series is based on the popular horror franchise of the same name. The series will feature two different timelines, the first involves two 14-year-old sisters, Jade and Billie Wesker, while the second is set a decade in the future. In the first timeline, the sisters move to Raccoon City; they come to realize their father may be hiding world-destroying secrets. A decade later, Jade, now 30, tries to survive a world where only 15 million humans remain, a lot of whom are infected with the T-virus. The entire eight-episode season drops on July 14, 2022.
Farzar (Season 1) – July 15
The newest adult animated comedy, farzar, centers around Prince Fichael, played by Dana Snyder, and his crew as they fight the evil aliens that want to kill them. The sci-fi-based animated series will be chock-full of comedic moments, violence, robots, dark humor, awkward sexual jokes, and explosions. The ten-episode series drops on Netflix on July 15 as part of their Geeked Week.
Virgin River (Season 4) – July 20
Virgin River is a drama series that follows Mel, a midwife and nurse practitioner in Virgin River. Season four picks up with Mel excited about becoming a mother despite not knowing whether her baby belongs to her deceased husband or to Jack, played by Martin Henderson. A new doctor is due to arrive in town and is ready to start a family, which is sure to complicate things for the pair. At this time, not much has been released regarding episodes or plot, but we do know there will be at least another season after the fourth.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Final Season) – July 21
For four seasons, the kids at Camp Cretaceous have been stuck in the vicinity of Isla Nublar. With the final season of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous set to drop on July 21, it’s hopeful the kids can finally go home. Season four left its viewers wondering which side Kenji will take: to save the dinosaurs or to go home. While it’s uncertain what will happen, fans hope for a happy ending to coincide with the end of the possible end of the franchise with Jurassic World: Dominion.
Uncoupled (Season 1) – July 29
Neil Patrick Harris is back in a new comedic series called uncoupled. The series centers around his character of Michael, a New York Real Estate broker who was recently dumped. Michael now has to learn how to survive losing his soulmate and being a single gay man in his mid-40s. After 17 years of marriage, Michael has a lot to learn about the new world of dating. It appears all eight episodes will drop on July 29 to add for maximum bingeing.