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What’s New On Netflix In July 2021


It’s that time of the month where we bring you our latest picks on Netflix SA.

It’s July 2021 and South-Africa is once again on lockdown due to the Global Pandemic although we cannot change this we can embrace it by enjoying our favourite binge-worthy series and movies on Netflix.

This month Netflix subscribers have a lot of new and exciting content to look forward to such as superhero action in Wonderwoman, or maybe some deadpan gory humour in The Dead Don’t Die, and for those Resident Evil fans the new anticipated Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness series is debuting this month.  

Here is what is new on Netflix South Africa in July 2021

Kids Shows

  • Ridley Jones S1 (13th of July):

Curious kid Ridley and her friends protect the museum of Natural history’s treasures and keep it’s magical secret safe: Everything comes alive at night!

  • We The People S1 (4th of July):

Learn the basics of rights and citizenship with upbeat songs by popular artists like Janelle Monae, H.E.R., Adam Lambert, Brandi Carlile, and more.

•          Peppa Pig S6 (15th of July):

Join plucky piglet Peppa and her family and friends for everyday adventures that prove there’s learning and laughter to be had anywhere you look.


  • Fear Street Part Two 1978 (9th of July):

In the cursed town of Shadyside, a killer’s murder spree terrorizes Camp Nightwing and turns a summer of fun into a gruesome fight for survival.

  • Nancy Drew And The Hidden Staircase (15th of July):

For 16-year-old Nancy Drew, life in her small town is pretty boring until she and her former nemesis team up to solve a mystery at a local mansion.

  • Atypical S4 (9th of July):

When a teen on the Autism spectrum decides to get a girlfriend, his bid for more independence puts his whole family on a path of self-discovery.

  • Mortel (2nd of July):

After making a deal with a supernatural figure, two high schoolers emerge with extraordinary powers and join forces to solve a murder.


  • Virgin River S3 (9th of July):

Searching for a fresh start, nurse practitioner moves from LA to a remote northern California town and is surprised by what-and who-she finds.

  • The Good Doctor (13th of July):

A talented surgeon with Autism and savant syndrome joins a prestigious hospital, where he faces skepticism from both the patients and staff.

  • A.P.Bio (15th of July):

A former Ivy League philosophy professor returns to his hometown as a high school teacher, using his gifted class for his own devious goals.

  • My Unorthodox Life (14th of July):

Follow Julia Haart, Elite World Group CEO and a former member of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, and her adult kids in this reality series.

  • Dogs S2 (7th of July):

These heartwarming stories explore the abiding emotional bonds that form between dogs and their caregivers, no matter the circumstances.

  • Big Timber S1 (2nd of July):

A no-nonsense logger and his loyal crew battle brutal elements and finicky to chop and transport valuable lumber on Vancouver island.

  • I think you should leave (6th of July):

There is no such thing as an ordinary interaction in this offbeat sketch comedy series that features a deep roster of guest stars.

  • Heist S1 (14th of July):

Millions in stolen cash. Missing luxury bourbon. Watch ordinary people almost get away with these extraordinary heists in this true-crime series.

  • How To Become A Tyrant S1 (9th of July):

Ruling with an iron fist requires an aspiring dictator to know the playbook for absolute power, as history’s despots prove in this sardonic docuseries.

•          Cat People S1 (7th of July):

Cat people come in all shapes and sizes, but they share a love for their enchanting, unique feline friends. This docuseries reveals their tales.


  • The Water Man (9th of July):

Desperate to save his ailing mother, 11-year-old Gunner runs away from home on a quest to find a mythic figure rumoured to have the power to cheat death.

  • Playing With Fire (11th of July):

Mach smokejumper Jake creates comic chaos for his team of heroic tough guys when he brings three mischievous orphans to stay in their firehouse.


  • Wonderwoman (9th of July):

A warrior princess leaves the relative safety of her sheltered island home in hopes of putting an end to a devastating war in the outside world.

  • The Goonies (15th of July):

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 Dead Don’t Die (9th of July):

A celestial event raises the dead in the normally placid town of Centerville, a situation the police chief and his deputy struggle to control.

  • A Star Is Born (9th of July):

When an inspiring singer develops a passionate relationship with a seasoned musician, her career begins to soar as his vices trigger a downward spiral.

  • The Magnificent Seven (15th of July):

When a bloodthirsty industrialists threatens a small mining town, a laconic bounty hunter forges an opposition of dangerous and uniquely skilled men.

  • Grace The Possession (15th of July):

Grace escapes her strict upbringing and heads to college. But her new life is plagued by Demonic forces bent on dominating her very existence.

  • Fighting With The Family (15th of July):

Raised in a feisty English wrestling family, scrappy Saraya must train hard and pay her dues to get her big break as a pro wrestler in the WWE.

  • Unforgettable (9th of July):

Driven by intense jealousy, a divorced mother devises a dangerous scheme to ruin her ex-husband’s relationship with his new partner.

  • Father Figures (15th of July):

After learning their supposedly dead father is still alive, fraternal twins Peter and Kyle go on a road trip to find him, uncovering other truths.

  • Dynasty Warriors ( 8th of July):

Warlords, warriors, and statesmen wage a battle for supremacy in this fantasy tale based on the hit video games and the “Romance of the Three Kingdoms”.

  • This Little Love Of Mine (7th of July):

A workaholic lawyer returns to her island home to convince an old friend to take over his family’s company but rekindled feelings soon get in the way.


  • Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (8th of July):

Set between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, the series takes place in 2006 after a hacking incident is uncovered at the White House. Leon S. Kennedy was ordered to investigate the incident, but he encounters zombies when the White House is targeted in a mysterious attack.[8] He later meets Claire Redfield, who’s been checking a strange drawing made by a child refugee while working on a TerraSave-led mission to oversee construction of a welfare facility.