Published Jul 04, 2016While you digest an entire long weekend's worth of patriotic barbecue, there's nothing better than becoming one with your couch and streaming to your heart's content. Fortunately, Netflix Canada continues to bring the binge watching with plenty of excellent options. Here's what they've got lined up for the rest of July.
There are a great deal of new Netflix originals that debuted on Friday (July 1), including the French police drama Deep and the London police drama Marcella. Further, if you're already addicted to the Netflix show Marco Polo, season 2 is now streaming.
For a chilling true-crime trilogy, follow some racially charged murders with NSU German History X (July 7), a Netflix original film series that follows the National Socialist Underground's brutal killing spree. Then there's the debut of Stranger Things (July 15), an '80s teen thriller about a boy who vanishes into thin air. Other Netflix originals include Scream, which continues to deliver weekly episodes, and the third season of BoJack Horseman (July 22).
Netflix's Sundance shopping spree also continues with the release of their acquisition Brahman Naman (July 6) and the Ellen Page-fronted Tallulah (July 29). It wasn't just Sundance that got their juices flowing, however, as Netflix also picked up Rebirth (July 15) at Tribeca.
That's not even it for exclusives, as Netflix will also deliver original documentaries Tony Robins: I Am Not Your Guru (July 15) and Last Chance U (July 29).
As for the non-exclusive material, a little movie called Star Wars: The Force Awakens will, er, force its way into your streaming queue on July 15. There are also flicks like The Big Short (July 6), Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (July 13), Mustang (July 15), Sex Tape (July 21), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (July 21) and Guardians of the Galaxy (July 24).
Further, you can catch the third season of Maron on July 7 and the seventh season of Archer on July 15.