Published Jul 25, 2018As the dog days of summer drag on, Netflix is here to keep you out of the sun and glued to your screen with a whole whack of new titles for the month of August.
As always, there is a slew of Netflix original TV series arriving, with Simpsons creator Matt Groening's new show Disenchantment leading the pack.
Other new original titles include: All About the Washingtons, Insatiable, The Innocents, Switched, Cocaine Coast, I Am a Killer, Marching Orders, Flavors of Youth: International Version, On Children, Afflicted, La Casa de las Flores, Million Pound Menu, Magic for Humans, Stay Here, Ultraviolet, Deadwind, Ghoul, The Innocents, Inside the Criminal Mind, Paradise PD, Ultimate Beastmaster: Survival of the Fittest and Meteor Garden — as well as new seasons of Marlon and Ozark.
Previously aired TV series will also be adding seasons to Netflix next month, including Outlander, Homeland, The Sinner, How to Get Away with Murder, The 100 and The Blacklist.
There's also plenty of original film content hitting the streaming service, including Netflix productions like Like Father, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Brij Mohan Amar Rahe, Perdida, The Package, The Motive, The Laws of Thermodynamics and The After Party.
As for non-Netflix original films, titles like The Huntsman: Winter's War, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, Sully, The Commuter, Downsizing and The Accountant will be added to the catalogue.
The documentary section is also getting some new titles, including series like Zion, BuzzFeed co-production Follow This, and The Investigator: A British Crime Story.
If comedy is more to your liking, new specials like Demetri Martin's The Overthinker, Bert Kreischer's Secret Time and the second part of The Comedy Lineup will be available soon.
To make room for the incoming stuff, though, Netflix users will have to say goodbye to some titles. Time is running out to catch Apollo 13, Belle, The Fault in Our Stars, Finding Dory, How to Be Single, In Good Company and The Time Traveler's Wife, which will all disappear on August 1.
Also getting ready to leave are The Truman Show (August 3), Scarface (August 11), Gangs of New York (August 15), Minority Report (August 17), American Hustle (August 23), School of Rock (August 24), Sixteen Candles (August 24), Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (August 26) and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (August 27).