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01st Jul 2016

Here are the new titles coming to Netflix in July

Some crackers in here...

Conor Heneghan

Try to stay calm, Gilmore Girls fans.

Every single episode of the 2000s comedy drama will be available to view on Netflix from this month onwards as they gear towards the revival of the series, but don’t worry, there’s more.

It’s just one of a number of great new additions to the Netflix collection; we’ve picked out some standout examples below.


X-Men: Days of Future Past

The seventh instalment in the X-Men series, it’s also one of the best and it’s the perfect thing to get you in the mood (if you’ve yet to see it) for X-Men: Apocalypse, which was released in cinemas earlier this summer.

Clip via X-Men Movies



Shrek 2, Shrek the Third and Shrek Forever After

Whether it’s for you or to keep a young son/daughter/niece/nephew occupied for a few hours, Netflix have a Shrek-tacular number of options to fit the bill…though we’re still waiting on them to add the original.

Clip via DreamWorksTV


Fargo, Season 2

The second series of one of the best TV shows around is now available. Do yourself a favour; if you haven’t caught it yet, do so as soon as you can. Also, check out the film the series is based on, which is handily also named Fargo and also on Netflix.

Clip via Channel 4

Bojack Horseman, Season 3

An animated show about a talking horse (voiced by Will Arnett) sounds like something Aaron Paul’s character would have dreamed up during one of his wilder moments in Breaking Bad.

Somehow, it works and Arnett and Paul aren’t the only good things about a show that has attracted a cult following for a good reason.

Marco Polo, Season 2

With Game of Thrones over for another year, you’re going to need an action fix and though it’s not quite on the same level as the happenings in Westeros, it’s decent filler to help fill the long gap until its return.

Gilmore Girls, Seasons 1-7

Lorelai, Rory and Stars Hollow. Need we say anymore?