Best New TV Series on Netflix This Week: July 21st, 2019

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It’s time to look over the past week on Netflix and pick out the best new TV series that demands your attention. We’ve got a real mix this week and one of the titles being an update to the biggest international show currently on Netflix. 

As a reminder, you can keep up-to-date on all the new releases on Netflix here on What’s on Netflix with daily rundowns and weekly recaps like the one you’re reading now. We’ve also got the lowdown of the best movies added this week in case you’re looking for something a little shorter.

Now let’s take a look at the best new TV series added to Netflix between July 13th and July 21st:

Note: This list covers the United States but most of these titles arrived globally.

Wynonna Earp (Season 3)

Added to Netflix: July 16th
Action, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller, Western
Cast: Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, Katherine Barrell

The biggest new TV series to hit Netflix in the US is undoubtedly Wynonna Earp. Not only does the series continue to be the best thing on Syfy, it just recently got the go-ahead for a fourth season after months of speculation of cancelation.

The series follows a descendant from a hunter continue her families mission on hunting down demons and other mythical creatures.

Money Heist (Season 3)

Added to Netflix: July 19th
Action, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Cast: Úrsula Corberó, Itziar Ituño, Álvaro Morte, Pedro Alonso
Runtime: 70 min
Language: Spanish
Awards: 3 wins & 12 nominations.

If you’re a fan of Money Heist then you’ve probably already blown through season 3 and looking forward to season 4.

If, however, you’re new to the Spanish show and thinking of diving in here’s the lowdown. The series comes from Spain and is about a team overseen by The Professor who breaks into the royal mint.

Queer Eye (Season 4)

Added to Netflix: July 19th
Cast: Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski
Runtime: 45 min

Netflix’s most popular Original reality series is back for a fourth outing. This season sees eight brand new episodes of the fab-five working on new people trying to turn their life around.

We’ve got good news for those looking for more episodes as the series has already been renewed for season 5.

God Eater (Season 1)

Added to Netflix: July 15th
Animation, Action, Sci-Fi
Cast: Tomohisa Asô, Kira Buckland, Robbie Daymond, Dorah Fine
Language: Japanese

God Eater arrived on Netflix alongside quite a few other anime series on July 15th which we’d advise you to check out in the July 15th article.

One of the best new anime titles to arrive is the 13 episode first season of God Eater. The sci-fi action series is set 50 years into the future where the world has been mostly destroyed and an elite force tries to regain what was lost.

Age Gap Love (Season 1)

Added to Netflix: July 13th
Documentary, Romance
Cast: Jerry Fielden

One of the many docu-series that got re-added to Netflix last Sunday is Age Gap Love. It’s the most fascinating documentary series that looks into various couples around the UK which feature huge age gaps. It looks at the up and problems that arise in said relationships.

Best New TV Series on Netflix This Week: July 21st, 2019

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Covering Netflix since 2013, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for close to a decade. Resides in the United Kingdom.