Out with the old, in with the new! The Netflix July 2020 lineup was recently released by the streaming service, and you'll be happy to know that tons of exciting titles are making their way onto the platform next month. From terrifying true crime to hilarious and heartwarming romantic comedies, there's something for every person to enjoy.\nNetflix has been hard at work making sure that subscribers have a summer full of the latest and greatest content. From releasing almost the entire Fast & Furious franchise to giving you the horror night you've been craving with Paranormal Activity, the latest titles don't disappoint.\nThe next time you're ready for a day of binge-watching new shows and movies, you can skip the scrolling and head straight for the newest titles that you're bound to enjoy!\nSay I Do\nRelease date: Wednesday, July 1\nA trio of experts team up to help normal couples put together their dream wedding in just a few short days.\nUnsolved Mysteries\nRelease date: Wednesday, July 1\nUnsolved Mysteries is back! Listen in as people from all over the world recount their experiences with the unthinkable, all in hopes that a viewer out there may have much-needed answers for them.\nWarrior Nun\nRelease date: Thursday, July 2\nAn orphaned teen uncovers her superpowers after being abandoned in a morgue, where she also learns that she's the halo-bearer for a sect of demon-hunting nuns.\nThe Baby-Sitters Club\nRelease date: Friday, July 3\nBased on the best selling book series, The Baby-Sitters Club follows the adventures of five young best friends as they start their own babysitting business.\nDesperados\nRelease date: Friday, July 3\nA woman and her two best friends find themselves on a trip to Mexico as they race against the clock to delete a risky e-mail one of them sent to her new boyfriend.\nStateless\nRelease date: Wednesday, July 8\nWhen they all find themselves at an Australian immigration detention centre, a struggling father, a bureaucrat, a troubled woman, and an anguished refugee suddenly find their lives intertwined.\nWas It Love?\nRelease date: Wednesday, July 8\nA single mother who's been out of the dating game for years finds her life totally changed when four different men catch her eye.\nDown to Earth with Zac Efron\nRelease date: Friday, July 10\nFollow Zac Efron as he travels around the globe with wellness expert Darin Olien in search of more healthy, sustainable ways to live.\nThe Old Guard\nRelease date: Friday, July 10\nCharlize Theron plays Andy, a warrior who leads a group of immortal mercenaries. When their lives are threatened, Andy and a new recruit must team up to save them.\nThe Twelve\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Friday, July 10\nWhen a headmistress is accused of two murders, a group of 12 everyday citizens must form a jury, deciding the fate of the alleged killer.\nDark Desire\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Wednesday, July 15\nWhen she spends a weekend away from home, Alma, a married woman, finds herself in a passionate relationship with another man, leaving her to question her life back home.\nSkin Decision: Before and After\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Wednesday, July 15\nDr. Sheila Nazarian and skin-care expert Nurse Jamie transform clients with the latest and greatest procedures to help them feel like their best selves.\nFatal Affair\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Thursday, July 16\nAfter a brief encounter with an old friend, Ellie has to mend her marriage to Marcus. Unfortunately for the couple, this old friend isn't mentally stable and causes serious issues.\nIndian Matchmaking\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Thursday, July 16\nStep into the world of Sima Taparia as she guides her clients in the art of arranged marriages across continents.\nCursed\nRelease date: Friday, July 17\nIn Cursed, a young woman with a mysterious gift is destined to become the Lady of the Lake. As she sets out on a journey, she teams up with unlikely partners and takes down many enemies.\nLove on the Spectrum\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Wednesday, July 22\nFollow a group of young adults on the autism spectrum as they try to navigate the ever-complicated world of dating.\nThe Kissing Booth 2\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Friday, July 24\nAs Elle's boyfriend heads off to college, she's left behind to face her senior year of high school, post-secondary education, and the temptation of a cute new classmate.\nLast Chance U: Laney\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Tuesday, July 28\nSeason five of Last Chance U takes viewers to Oakland's Laney College, where the Eagles have a lot to prove if they want to maintain their reputation as champions.\nGet Even\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Friday, July 31\nFour enemies find themselves coming together to take down their bullies. Their plan works perfectly — until they get blamed for a crime they didn't commit, that is.\nSeriously Single\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Friday, July 31\nA romantic comedy that follows two best friends whose take on the dating world couldn't be more different. As they experience heartbreak and the ups and downs of love, they've always got one another's back.\nThe Umbrella Academy (Season 2)\nCourtesy of Netflix\nRelease date: Friday, July 31\nThe Hargreeves siblings are back and better than ever as they travel back in time to Dallas, Texas. With the fate of the world sitting on their shoulders, they'll have to work quickly to restore balance.