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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of July 5, 2021

A man holds a cat while two are superimposed behind him against '80s style lasers.
The new documentary, Cat People, explores the bonds between felines and humans. Netflix

While you probably haven’t made it through everything that dropped on Netflix last week (it was the beginning of the month, after all), there’s even more new stuff coming. This time, we’ve got documentaries on dogs and cats and the return of two fan-favorite Netflix original series, Atypical and Virgin River.

Throw in some major studio films, like Home Again, and you’ve got a lot of watching to do. Here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of July 5, 2021:

  • July 5:
    • You Are My Spring: A hotel concierge and a psychiatrist develop a romance in this K-romance.
  • July 6:
    • I Think You Should Leave with Tim RobinsonSeason 2: Actor and comedian Tim Robinson’s sketch comedy show returns.
  • July 7:
    • Brick Mansions: An undercover cop and former convict partner up to take down a drug kingpin.
    • Cat People: This documentary is about people who consider cats to be a human’s best friend.
    • DogsSeason 2: The show all about the bonds between dogs and people returns for a second, heartwarming season.
    • The Mire: ’97: This is the second season of this series about two journalists following a murder investigation.
    • The War Next-door: Two neighboring families go to war in this comedy.
    • Major Grom: Plague Doctor: A masked vigilante is killing people and a detective and his protégé try to catch him.
    • This Little Love of Mine: A lawyer must return to the small island she grew up on and convince her childhood friend to take over her grandfather’s company.

  • July 8:
    • Elize Matsunaga: Once Upon a Crime: This true-crime documentary tells the story of Elize Matsunaga who killed her rich husband.
    • Home Again: Reese Witherspoon stars in this film about a woman who lets three aspiring filmmakers move into her home.
    • Midnight Sun: A girl with a severe sensitivity to sunlight hides it from the boy she has a crush on.
    • Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness: The popular film series gets the anime treatment.

  • July 9:
    • AtypicalSeason 4: The fourth season of the popular Netflix series about a boy on the autism spectrum.
    • Biohackers, Season 2: The story of a student involved in “biohacking” and genetic experimentation returns.
    • The Cook of Castamar: A cook attracts the attention of a duke in the 1700s.
    • Fear Street Part 2: 1978: This second installment of the Netflix horror series follows murders at a summer camp.
    • How I Became a Superhero: A new drug gives superpowers to regular humans in a society where superheroes actually exist.
    • Last Summer: A love triangle develops in this romantic drama about teens spending a summer in the Mediterranean.
    • Lee Su-geun: The Sense Coach: The Korean comedian’s special debuts.
    • Virgin River, Season 3: The popular series about a small town returns.

  • July 10:
    • American Ultra: Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg star in this stoner comedy.
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