What’s to watch on Netflix?

  • 08 Jul - 14 Jul, 2023
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A new month looms on the horizon which means lots of new movies coming to Netflix! Here are our top picks of the best and most anticipated new movies that are due to hit your screen in Pakistan this month.

Coming to Netflix: July 08th

65 will be coming to Netflix in the United States as part of the big Sony Pictures first-window deal. Directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the new movie is headlined by Adam Driver and features Ariana Greenblatt, Chloe Coleman, and Nika King. After a catastrophic crash on an unknown planet, pilot Mills quickly discovers he’s actually stranded on Earth… 65 million years ago. Now, with only one chance at rescue, Mills and the only other survivor, Koa (Ariana Greenblatt), must make their way across an unknown terrain riddled with dangerous prehistoric creatures in an epic fight to survive.

Nineteen to Twenty (Season 1)
Coming to Netflix: July 11th

A group of young adults share their last week of teens and first week of twenties together – experiencing freedom and all the “firsts” of adulthood. The show will follow various Gen Z’s as they enjoy their final week being 19 and their first week being 20 after ringing in 2023. The unique participants will close out the year by spending time with their friends and slowly but surely preparing for adulthood. They will begin attending “19 School”, where they will take lessons about useful things to know as an adult. On New Year’s Day, all the cast members will part ways with their parents and teachers to move into the “20 House,” a place of independence and the start of their new adult journey where they can showcase their colourful charms, create unexpected bonds and make meaningful memories.

Oxenfree II: Lost Signals
Coming to Netflix: July 12th

Long-awaited sequel from Night School Studio. Set five years after the first game’s events, you’ll be following Riley returning to her hometown to investigate more mysterious radio signals.

Burn the House Down (Season 1)
Coming to Netflix: July13th

Netflix has unveiled the first trailer for its latest live-action original series from Japan, Burn the House Down, set to launch globally on July 13. A domestic revenge thriller, the show stars Mei Nagano (My Love Story!, Hanbun, Aoi) as Anzu Murata, a young woman whose childhood was torn apart when her family’s home burned down, prompting her parents to divorce. Convinced that her ailing mother was wrongly accused of the conflagration, Anzu goes undercover to work as a housekeeper for the suspicious woman who married her father in the wake of the blaze – convinced that she can gather evidence and discover the truth of what really happened.