- The kissing booth 2
Two years later, The Kissing Booth is finally back open for business. The sequel to the Netflix original movie, starring Joey King, Jacob Elordi, Joel Courtney, and Molly Ringwald is officially set to hit the streaming service on July 24. Judging by the new trailer, The Kissing Booth 2 seems to promise just as many ups and downs in the messy realms of love and friendship as the first.
Based on the novel of the same name by Beth Reekles, the story continues right where the first left off. In the original, Elle (King) falls into a somewhat complicated whirlwind romance with Noah (Elordi), even though dating him threatens her best-friendship with his younger brother Lee (Courtney). After a series of hurdles and hilarious twists of fate, however, Lee and Elle work it out and Elle spends a happy summer with Noah before he goes off to Harvard.
In the sequel, Elle and Noah navigate maintaining a long-distance relationship, even though Elle is suspicious that her boyfriend might be enjoying college and his new female classmates more than she would like. On her end, Elle is once again faced with trying to book unwilling talent for the kissing booth — this time, the handsome, confident new "snack" Marco (Taylor Zakhar Perez), who seems to have his eye on Elle. And of course, her budding love triangle and ever-changing future plans promise to mess with her precious relationship with Noah. Times change, but boy problems basically stay the same. Sigh.
- Jumanji welcome to the jungle
When four high-school kids discover an old video game console with a game they've never heard of--Jumanji--they are immediately drawn into the game's jungle setting, literally becoming the avatars they chose: gamer Spencer becomes a brawny adventurer (Dwayne Johnson); football jock Fridge loses (in his words) "the top two feet of his body" and becomes an Einstein (Kevin Hart); popular girl Bethany becomes a middle-aged male professor (Jack Black); and wallflower Martha becomes a badass warrior (Karen Gillan).
What they discover is that you don't just play Jumanji--you must survive it. To beat the game and return to the real world, they'll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, discover what Alan Parrish left 20 years ago, and change the way they think about themselves--or they'll be stuck in the game forever...
- Good girls
Good Girls is about sisters Beth (played by Christina Hendricks) and Annie (Mae Whitman) and best friend Ruby (Retta) who decide to switch their mundane lives as wives and mothers for a life of crime, operating illegal businesses without their families knowing. The NBC and Netflix series follows the three women through their dodgy dealings as well as their personal lives. The second series was left on a dramatic note and fans are now eager for more. Good Girls season three will be released on Netflix on Sunday, July 26.
- Seriously single
While her free-living bestie urges her to embrace singlehood, a commitment-craving social media expert can't stop following the life of a former love.
'Seriously Single' is set to release on Netflix on July 31
- The speed cubers
Discover the special bond -- and uncommon competitive spirit -- shared by the world's Rubik's Cube-solving record breakers in this documentary.
The Speed Cubers will debut on Netflix on July 29.
- Locked up
If you are a fan of ‘Orange Is the New Black‘ and are deeply saddened after its highly emotional departure, you can, maybe, check out another series that shall help you feed your orange-ish nostalgia. ‘Locked Up’ AKA ‘Vis a vis’ is a female-centric prison drama that revolves around a woman who is imprisoned at the Cruz del Sur Prison. It is produced by Globomedia and created by Iván Escobar, Esther Martínez Lobato, Álex Pina, and Daniel Écija.
'Locked Up' Season 5 premieres on July 31, 2020
- The umbrella academy
On the same day in 1989, forty-three infants are inexplicably born to random, unconnected women who showed no signs of pregnancy the day before. Seven are adopted by Sir Reginald Hargreeves, a billionaire industrialist, who creates The Umbrella Academy and prepares his "children" to save the world. But not everything went according to plan. In their teenage years, the family fractured and the team disbanded. Now, the six surviving thirty-something members reunite upon the news of Hargreeve's passing. Luther, Diego, Allison, Klaus, Vanya and Number Five work together to solve a mystery surrounding their father's death. But the estranged family once again begins to come apart due to their divergent personalities and abilities, not to mention the imminent threat of a global apocalypse.
The Umbrella Academy will be released on July 31.
- Street food
Travel as we're used to is pretty much out of the question this year. Thanks to Netflix, though, you can take a multi-stop, food-based excursion from the comfort of your couch: The culinary docuseries Street Food returns on July 21 with its latest edition, Street Food: Latin America. It might not be the same as devouring tacos on the streets of Oaxaca or choripán in Argentina, but in the absence of going there ourselves, Street Food: Latin America is the next best thing.
The trailer highlights moments from the upcoming series in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru, exploring the stories of various street food vendors and the cultural influence of their dishes. Street Food, which is one of the best food series on Netflix, comes from the team behind Chef's Table and first aired in spring of 2019 with Street Food: Asia, which traveled from Japan to India, visiting many of the countries in between.
- Get even
In the elite Bannerman Independent School, four teenage girls join together to expose and fight injustice. They Don’t Get Mad… they GET EVEN
Get even will be release on July 21st 2020.
- Love on the spectrum
LOVE ON THE SPECTRUM is a four-part documentary series following young adults on the autism spectrum as they explore the unpredictable world of love, dating and relationships.
Most people on the spectrum have the same desire for intimacy and companionship as the rest of the population, yet difficulties in social interaction and communication are a key feature of autism, which makes finding a partner an often daunting and difficult experience.
Far too many people on the autism spectrum want love and want to find someone special but haven’t had the opportunity. Many haven’t been on a date, ever.
Love on the Spectrum follows seven singles as they take their first steps into the world of dating. As well as help from their families, experts provide our love-seekers with practical skills to help them navigate what can be a confusing experience, giving them the confidence to begin their journey on the road to finding love.
We also follow couples who have found their match. Ruth and Thomas have been engaged for a year and a half, and Jimmy and Sharnae met each other three years ago. Their love stories are an inspiration to others.
This uplifting and insightful series celebrates diversity and difference, with participants who are warm, funny and generously open. It sets out to teach us all lessons of love, romance,intimacy and acceptance.
Love on the Spectrum is set to release on Netflix on July 22.
- Fear city: New York v/s the mafia
The new Netflix series follows the Five Families of New York, who came to power in the 1930s, but ruled “Fear City” in the 1970s and 1980s.
They initially claimed power in the 1920s Prohibition period, it wasn’t until the 1930s they were brought together in The Commission by Charles Luciano. The “board of directors” was brought in to oversee all Mafia activity within the US, and consisted of the heads of the Bonnano, Colombo, Gambino, Genovese, Lucchese families (The Five Families), as well as Chicago’s Al Capone and Buffalo family head, Stefano Magaddino.
Luciano was appointed chairman and thus The Five Families took joint ownership of New York and its surrounding areas.
They had enormous power across the state and headed up illegal drug trades and organised crime, but as their grip tightened in the 1980s, the FBI decided it was time to take them down – all five families at once.
According to Fear City director Sam Hobkinson, New York was a dangerous place to be in the 70s and 80s, when he was growing up there. “You wouldn’t go there, because everyone said it was too dangerous – and for that reason, it was exotic,” he told Rolling Stone.
Hobkinson continued: “This is an opportunity to tell a panoramic tale of New York, from the wiseguys on the streets all the way up to the lawmakers in City Hall, at this most dramatic point in its history.”
Netflix has announced that Fear City: New York vs the Mafia will premiere on the streaming service on Wednesday, July 22
Norsemen, the incredibly funny and underrated Norweigen comedy series will be returning to Netflix for season 3 in July 2020. New episodes will be dropping on Netflix around the globe on July 22nd, 2020.
The series, known as Vikingane in Norway and Norsemen on Netflix internationally is a comedy about a group of Vikings living in the year 790. It airs first on NRK1 and then later released on Netflix globally as a Netflix Original.
Much like Lilyhammer, another Norweigen Netflix Original (and in fact, the first-ever Netflix Original) the series is spoken in English throughout as they record in two languages.
The wait for season 3 has been a long one with season 2 having arrived on Netflix almost two years ago in September 2018. The series was actually renewed soon after its second season hit Netflix.
- Offering to the storm
Inspector Amaia Salazar confronts the origins of her nightmares as she reveals the darkest secrets of the Baztan Valley.
Coming July 24.
- The star
A small but brave donkey and his animal friends become the unsung heroes of the first Christmas.
Coming on July 30th 2020.
- Transformers: war for cyberton trilogy
Animated series set in the world of battling Autobots and Decepticons.
Coming on July 30th 2020.
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