The first cold snap of the Sydney winter has officially arrived and if you’re anything like me, then it pays to have an arsenal of fresh content lined up to indulge in while the temperatures continue to drop outside.
With the catalogues of our favourite streaming services continuing to expand each and every week, it can be a difficult deciding what shows to binge during a chilled weekend – fear not, as we’re back once again with a list of the top shows and movies set to arrive on both Netflix and Stan in July 2018.
- Superbad (1 July)
- Rush Hour 3 (1 July)
- The Day After Tomorrow (1 July)
- The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (1 July)
- Fast Five (1 July)
- Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (6 July)
- Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons, Season 2 (6 July)
- The Fast and the Furious (7 July)
- Project X (7 July)
- The Shining (15 July)
- Horrible Bosses 2 (19 July)
- The Comedy Lineup (3 July)
- Good Girls (3 July)
- Amazing Interiors (20 July)
- Roman Empire: Reign of Blood: Master of Rome (27 July)
- Orange Is the New Black, Season 6 (27 July)
- Welcome to the Family (27 July)
- Power, Season 5 (weekly from 1 July)
- Samurai Jack, Season 1 (3 July)
- Escape From Planet Earth (6 July)
- My Gym Partner's a Monkey (6 July)
- Bend It Like Beckham (7 July)
- Transcendence (20 July)
- Sin City II: A Dame to Kill For (21 July)
- Bad Moms (23 July)
- Storytelling (27 July)
- Degrassi – The Next Generation, Seasons 8 & 9 (27 July)
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