Netflix's Summer Movie Lineup Is Out & New Releases Will Drop Every Week

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Netflix Summer Releases In 2021 Are Announced & Movies Drop Weekly

A preview for Netflix's summer 2021 releases is out now and you can see the entire lineup that will be available to stream during the season.

At the beginning of the year, the streaming service announced that films would be dropping every single week throughout 2021 so you'll have something new to check out weekly.

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It's not yet known when in the summer some movies will be released, including the Fear Street horror trilogy that tracks a town's sinister history through the generations and Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed, which goes through the untold story of the artist's life and legacy.

However, release dates have been announced for a bunch of movies that will drop on Netflix as part of the summer lineup.

Monster and Army of the Dead will be available to stream in May; Good On Paper, Awake and Fatherhood in June; Resort to Love and The Last Letter from Your Lover in July, and The Kissing Booth 3, Sweet Girl and He's All That in August.

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