What's Coming to Netflix This Week: July 25th to 31st, 2022 – What's on Netflix

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Pictured: Uncoupled, Keep Breathing, and The Wretched
It’s time to look ahead at the coming week; there are at least 24 new releases planned for the week, mostly new debut series and movies from Netflix. Here’s the current rundown of everything new on Netflix between July 25th and July 31st, 2022. 
You can always catch daily roundups and the full list of what’s new on Netflix via our new on Netflix hub.
Before we dive into the full list of what new shows and movies are coming to Netflix, let’s take a look at our three highlights for the week:
Coming to Netflix: Thursday
Described as a survival thriller series, this limited series could go either way in our books. It’s either going to be an easy pass or it’s going to be a hidden gem and probably not much in between.
It comes from the showrunners of Blindspot and Dirty John and is about a survivor of a plane crash having to brave the Canadian frontier.
Melissa Barrera leads the cast as Liv.
You may also see the series simply referred to as Breathe in some corners of the internet.
Coming to Netflix: Friday
Neil Patrick Harris is no stranger to Netflix. He notably starred in the incredible (and often overlooked, in our opinion) A Series of Unfortunate Events series but will return to his roots in this brand new comedy series.
The series is about a character called Michael who thought his life was perfect until his partner blindsides him by walking out the door after 17 years.
It comes from MTV Entertainment, Jax Media, Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman.
Coming to Netflix: Sunday
Only a couple of licensed movies are coming to Netflix US this week but our most anticipated is the horror arrival from IFC Midnight, The Wretched.
Written and directed by Brett Pierce, here’s what you can expect if you haven’t watched the movie before:
“A rebellious teenage boy, struggling with his parent’s imminent divorce, encounters a terrifying evil after his next-door neighbor becomes possessed by an ancient witch that feasts on children.”
As a reminder, this list is just for the United States. Lineups for other regions will vary.
What will you be checking out on Netflix as we head into the month’s final week? If you want to see what’s coming up even further ahead, check out our updated August 2022 preview. Let us know in the comments.
Covering Netflix since 2013, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for close to a decade. Resides in the United Kingdom.

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