Happy Tuesday and continuing on from yesterday plethora of new additions, Netflix has once again got quite a few new goodies for you to stream. Here’s what’s new on Netflix in the United States for July 16th, 2019.
There’s still lots to look forward to throughout the week with Friday containing some fantastic new additions to look forward to.
Wynonna Earp (Season 3)
Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller, Western
Cast: Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, Katherine Barrell
The third season of the popular Syfy series Wynonna Earp just touched down on Netflix. We continue following the great-great-granddaughter of Wyatt Earp as she hunts down demons and other creatures.
Most fans have been worried about the future of the show given funding shortages but in the first week of July, the show was officially given its season 4 thumbs up due out in 2020.
Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein (2019)
Director: Daniel Gray Longino
Cast: Kate Berlant, David Harbour, Alfred Molina, Alex Ozerov
Runtime: 32 min
In truth, after watching both the trailer and the 30 minutes of this special, I’m still not actually sure what it’s about. That’s why we’ll let Netflix describe what it’s actually about:
David Harbour delves into the enigmatic history of his legendary acting family, as he examines his father’s legacy and role in a made-for-TV play.
Stranger Thing’s David Harbour takes up the lead role in this experimental movie.
Jack Of All Trades (2018)
Director: Harvey Glazer(co-director), Stuart Stone(co-director)
Cast: Stuart Stone, Harvey Glazer, Adam Rodness, Jose Canseco
Runtime: 85 min
This sports documentary takes a look back at the phenomenon that was baseball cards. It features plenty of nostalgia for anyone that grew up while the cards were popular and covers the scandal that caused the hobbies popularity to tank.
The documentary was produced in Canada and first released last year.
The Break-up (2006)
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director: Peyton Reed
Cast: Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston, Joey Lauren Adams, Cole Hauser
Runtime: 106 min
If you’re thinking you’ve seen this movie on Netflix before, you’d be right. The movie was streaming on Netflix up until March 2019 when it was removed.
The comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston sees the pair living together but split up.
The Princess and the Frog (2008)
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Musical, Romance
Director: Ron Clements, John Musker
Cast: Anika Noni Rose, Bruno Campos, Keith David, Michael-Leon Wooley
Runtime: 97 min
If you love your Disney Princess movies, Netflix just got hold of the 2008 title The Princess and the Frog. Featuring a familiar tale, it follows a young waitressing and aspiring restaurant owner who has to turn a frog into a prince.
The movie was notably nominated for three Oscars and remains one of the best recent Disney movies.
A couple of other quick notes. 13 Reasons Why got refreshed on Netflix today with the removal of a specific scene from the series. Backstage looks to have refreshed its renewal date as well.
What’s Left Netflix Today (July 16th)
- A Year in Champagne
- American Gangster
- Halla Bol
- Kanyaka Talkies
- The Levelling
- The Painted House
The first season of the Netflix Original talk show that focuses on the events of season 1 of 13 Reasons Why was removed from Netflix today.