Everything Coming To Netflix Australia In July 2022

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Ryan Gosling-led ‘The Gray Man’ is coming to Netflix Australia in July 2022

Struggling to find something worthy to watch right now and wondering what is new on Netflix Australia? You’re not the only one. For our sanity, at least, we’ve been praying that Netflix Australia continues to deliver the streaming goods come July 2022 for our cheeky lunch hour dabbles in yet another binge-worthy series.

Here are all the new movies and TV shows on Netflix Australia coming this June as we roll into the new year. Keep scrolling for our top picks of the month as well as the release schedule of all the content new to Netflix over the next few weeks.

For July 2022, highlights include Stranger Things 4: Volume 2, The Gray Man, and How To Change Your Mind.

What’s Coming To Netflix Australia In July 2022?

Netflix Original Series

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‘Stranger Things’ comes to an end as the last episodes premiere on Netflix Australia in July 2022.
  • Stranger Things 4: Volume 2 (01/07/2022)
  • Control Z: Season 3 (06/07/2022)
  • King of Stonks (06/07/2022)
  • Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls (08/07/2022)
  • Boo, Bitch (08/07/2022)
  • Capitani: Season 2 (08/07/2022)
  • How To Build a Sex Room (08/07/2022)
  • The Longest Night (08/07/2022)
  • Big Timber: Season 2 (13/07/2022)
  • Hurts Like Hell (13/07/2022)
  • Sintonia: Season 3 (13/07/2022)
  • Resident Evil (14/07/2022)
  • Country Queen (15/07/2022)
  • Farzar (15/07/2022)
  • Mom, Don’t Do That! (15/07/2022)
  • Remarriage & Desires (15/07/2022)
  • Alba (15/07/2022)
  • Virgin River: Season 4 (20/07/2022)
  • Bad Exorcist: Season 2 (20/07/2022)
  • Blown Away: Season 3 (22/07/2022)
  • DI4RIES (26/07/2022)
  • Dream Home Makeover: Season 3 (27/07/2022)
  • Car Masters: Rust to Riches: Season 4 (27/07/2022)
  • Rebelde: Season 2 (27/07/2022)
  • Another Self (28/07/2022)
  • Keep Breathing (28/07/2022)
  • Fanático (29/07/2022)
  • Uncoupled (29/07/2022)
  • Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series (29/07/2022)
  • Masaba Masaba: Season 2 (Coming soon)

Netflix Films

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Ryan Gosling-led ‘The Gray Man’ is coming to Netflix Australia in July 2022
  • Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between (06/07/2022)
  • The Sea Beast (08/07/2022)
  • Dangerous Liaisons (08/07/2022)
  • Incantation (08/07/2022)
  • Jewel (08/07/2022)
  • Valley of the Dead (11/07/2022)
  • For Jojo (11/07/2022)
  • Under the Amalfi Sun (13/07/2022)
  • Love Goals (Jaadugar) (15/07/2022)
  • Persuasion (15/07/2022)
  • Too Old for Fairy Tales (18/07/2022)
  • Live is Life (18/07/2022)
  • The Gray Man (22/07/2022)
  • Pipa (27/07/2022)
  • A Cut Above (28/07/2022)
  • Purple Hearts (29/07/2022)
  • The Entitled (29/07/2022)

Netflix Comedy Specials

  • Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks (12/07/2022)
  • David A. Arnold: It Ain’t For the Weak (19/07/2022)

Netflix Original Documentaries

Everything Coming To Netflix Australia In July 2022
‘How To Change Your Mind’ will explore the intersection of mind-altering drugs and mental health treatment.
  • Girl in the Picture (06/07/2022)
  • How to Change Your Mind (12/07/2022)
  • My Daughter’s Killer (12/07/2022)
  • D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! (13/07/2022)
  • Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres (13/07/2022)
  • Street Food: USA (26/07/2022)
  • The Most Hated Man on the Internet (27/07/2022)
  • Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi (Coming soon)

Netflix Anime

  • Uncle from Another World (06/07/2022)
  • Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time (29/07/2022)

Netflix Kids

  • Karma’s World: Season 3 (07/07/2022)
  • Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (14/07/2022)
  • My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along (18/07/2022)
  • StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Collection 2: Learn to Read (18/07/2022)
  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Season 5 (21/07/2022)
  • Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 5 (25/07/2022)
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation (28/07/2022)

Netflix Games

  • Before Your Eyes (Coming soon)
  • Into the Breach (Coming soon)
  • Mahjong Solitaire (Coming soon)
  • IMMORTALITY (Coming soon)
  • Wild Things Adventures (Coming soon)

All Other TV & Movies Coming To Netflix (Licensed Content)

  • The Rugrats Movie (01/07/2022)
  • The Arrival (01/07/2022)
  • Rabbit-Proof Fence (03/07/2022)
  • Firestarter: The Story of Bangarra (03/07/2022)
  • Art of Incarceration (03/07/2022)
  • The Final Quarter (03/07/2022)
  • Samson & Delilah (03/07/2022)
  • Jasper Jones (03/07/2022)
  • My Name Is Gulpilil (03/07/2022)
  • Gurrumul (03/07/2022)
  • Murandak: Songs of Freedom (03/07/2022)

What’s Good On Netflix Australia In Netflix For July 2022?

Stranger Things 4: Volume 2

Much has been discussed about the return of Stranger Things already, with the first half of Stranger Things Season 4 the subject of many a headline and some very ambitious global promotions. With Netflix trending downwards overall, following news this year that the service was losing subscribers, the company kind of needed this kind of attention-grabbing series, and it looks like the success will roll right along with Stranger Things 4: Volume 2. With the Duffer Brothers teasing a dark and twisted fate for the Hawkins crew, you can bet Stranger Things will be in the news for many weeks to come.

RELATED: ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Finale Is Two-And-A-Half Hours Of “Carnage”

The Gray Man

It’s finally here. After months of being hyped as Netflix’s most expensive movie ever, we finally get to see what the big deal is when The Gray Man comes to Netflix Australia in July 2022. With most of the A-lister grunt coming from Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, the film deals with a highly-skilled CIA operative recruited directly from prison by Billy Bob Thornton’s Donald Fitzroy and the agency’s top merchant of death.

Adapting a 2009 novel by Mark Greaney, the ambitious film is being handled by the famed Russo Brothers, who are obviously no stranger to these kinds of far-fetched, big-budget films seeing as they are behind some of the most commercially successful films of the past decade including Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: End Game.

The Gray Man also stars Ana de Armas, Rege-Jean Page (aka “the hot guy from Bridgerton“) Dhanush and Julia Butters.

How To Change Your Mind

How To Change Your Mind, a new Netflix documentary centred on neuroscience may sound like another study on the endlessly fascinating idea of neuroplasticity and neurogenesis. And, it kind of is. But this Netflix feature documentary, from Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney and New York Times best-selling author Michael Pollan, is actually a four-part docuseries examining the use of drugs – mostly psychedelics – for mental health treatment.

If you’re a regular listener of something like the Tim Ferris podcast or are fascinated by the growing trend of microdosing, then it’s more than likely you’d be unable to peel yourself away from this docuseries. Netflix may have its issues in 2022, but one thing you can’t deny is that the streaming service is still number one when it comes to deep-dive docos that are endlessly watchable and always fun to dissect.

How Are Things Looking For Netflix Australia In July 2022?

Honestly? Quite good. Things are definitely looking up for Netflix Australia as we enter the second half of 2022, first with the very final batch of Stranger Things episodes being released and then, perhaps more importantly, the highly-touted “most extensive Netflix film ever made” The Gray Man. Those are the two biggest headlines here, with the latter coming from constant homerun-hitters the Russo Brothers who have a solid reputation of success to uphold.

The stakes have never been higher for Netflix considering the service is hemorrhaging subscribers. If The Gray Man is all it’s being hyped up to be, we could see the streaming giant turn the tides. If the opposite is true… well. It’s not going to be a good look.

Other than that, besides How To Change Your Mind, a new docuseries about psychedelics and mental health, there’s not too much of note coming to Netflix Australia in July 2022. But those three titles should still be more than enough to keep things flowing along just nicely alongside the already rich bank of content Netflix has built up this year, including the excellent Adam Sandler sports film Hustle.

That should be more than enough to complement existing content and keep justifying that Netflix subscription fee.

If you’re looking for something else to watch on Netflix, take note of the best movies on Netflix Australia. and the best shows on Netflix Australia.

Trying to decide what other streaming services to add to your monthly subscription? Check out our deep dive into the best streaming services in Australia.

Keen on streaming somewhere else? Check out the new 2022 content schedule for Amazon, Stan and Binge.