The Australian and New Zealand branch of Netflix has unveiled its July schedule and we are in for an absolute onslaught of good material.
Starting from July 1, the streaming service will be delivering some absolute bangers for us to binge on through winter.
We'll get the likes of Deadwind: Season 2, Say I Do, Under the Riccione Sun, Unsolved Mysteries, Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt: Season 2, Eat Pray Love, Top End Wedding, Gladiator, Grease, A Knight's Tale, Pitch Perfect, Billy Madison, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Back to the Future Part II, Men in Black, Men in Black II, Identity Thief, The Last Airbender, Wrecked, Berlin Syndrome and The Zookeeper's Wife.
That is enough of a line-up to keep us satisfied for months. But Netflix isn't done.
We'll get The Baby-Sitters Club on July 3, The Beach Bum on July 15, How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast): Season 2 on July 21, The Kissing Booth 2 on July 24 and we'll finish the month off with The Umbrella Academy Season 2 on July 31.
There are loads more titles that will be dropped throughout the course of July but these certainly take our attention.
The Unsolved Mysteries series just had a trailer release on social media and it got a lot of people talking.
Originally aired between 1987 and 2010, the series did what its name suggests - used re-enactments and interviews to piece together (you guessed it!) unsolved mysteries.
For this reboot, the creators of the original series, John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer, have teamed up with the producers of Netflix's retro supernatural thriller series Stranger Things. Sounds promising already.
Promoting the series, Netflix released the following statement alongside the trailer: "The iconic series Unsolved Mysteries is back!
"Fusing signature elements from the original series with contemporary immersive, character-driven storytelling, the 12 new episodes are rooted in the experiences of ordinary people who have lived the unthinkable - from the trauma of a loved one's unexplained disappearance or horrific death, to the shock of a bizarre paranormal encounter.
"Alongside detectives and journalists, family members offer clues, present theories, and identify suspects, hoping one viewer holds the key to solving the mystery."
As it did the first time around, the series will invite viewers of the series to provide information that could help solve the mystery at hand. Which means, even if you're never thought of yourself as a Sherlock Holmes type, you might stand a chance of helping solve a real life crime.
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