If you’re the kind who needs to plot your binge-watching schedules for the month, worry not, because we’re giving you a rundown of the most awaited shows and films launching on Netflix Philippines this July 2021.
My Amanda is a movie about two unusually close best friends TJ and Amanda as they deal with their complicated relationships, all while going through the motions of their relationship as friends. It stars Piolo Pascual and Alessandra De Rossi, who also makes her directorial debut in the film.
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is an anime series set between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5. It follows Leon S. Kennedy, who is tasked to investigate the hacking incident at the White House. As he is about to do so, he encounters zombies ravaging the White House. He eventually meets Claire Redfield, who’s on a mission to oversee construction of a welfare facility.
Kingdom: Ashin of the North
Kingdom: Ashin of the North tells the origins of the resurrection plant that caused the plague that hit Joseon. It also follows a woman from a foreign tribe named Ashin, who we first saw at the end of Kingdom Season 2. She settles within the Kingdom of Joseon along with her father, and it’s there that they encounter a mysterious diseases that sets Ashin down a path of betrayal and revenge.
Jun Ji Hyun, Kim Sia, and Park Byung Eun star in this Kingdom side episode.
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Never Have I Ever, Season 2
The second season of Never Have I Ever follows Indian-American teenager Devi as she continues to deal with the daily pressures at home and at her school, all while navigating new romantic relationships. Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Mindy Kaling, Lang Fisher, Darren Barnet, and more star in this new and upcoming season.
July 2, 9, and 16
Fear Street is a horror trilogy based on R.L. Stine’s fiction series. The trilogy begins with Fear Street Part 1: 1994, which follows a group of teenagers who realizes that the events that haunted their town for generations may be connected.
Fear Street Part 2: 1978 is also set in Shadyside, and tells the events that happen at Camp Nightwing. When another Shadysider is possessed with the urge to kill, the fun time at the camp becomes a gruesome fight for survival. Lastly, Fear Street Part 3: 1666 goes back to over 300 years ago, when history comes full circle to reveal the origins of Sarah Fier’s curse during a night that changes the lives of Shadysiders forever.
The 8th Night
The 8th Night is a Korean mystery-thriller film about a former exorcist who realizes that one of the beings he’s been protecting has been reawakened. He then asks the monk Chung Seok to seek a man named Park Jin Soo to stop these beings from wreaking havoc on earth. This film stars Lee Sung min, Park Hae Joon. Kim Yoo Jung, Nam Da Reum, and more.
Deep is a Thai film about four insomniac med school students who get lured into joining a neuroscientific experiment called “Deep.” When this experiment starts to spiral out of control, the four characters find themselves in a high-stakes gamble that will determine their fate. The cast of this film includes Care-Panisara Rikulsurakan, Kay Lertsittichai, Fern-Supanaree Sutavijitvong, Kit-Krit Jeerapattananuwong.
You Are My Spring
You Are My Spring is about a hotel concierge named Kang Da Jung, who rises up to the manager position faster than anyone else. Despite her success in her career, she has poor taste in men, dating those who are as terrible as her father. She then meets the psychiatrist Joo Young Do, who helps others heal from their emotional wounds despite not being able to do so himself. A heartfelt bond forms between the two of them when they get involved in a local murder case.
Seo Hyun Jin, Kim Dong Wook, Yoon Park, and Nam Gyu Ri star in this drama.
Glorious is a Filipino film telling the story of Glory, a 50-year-old brain tumor survivor who meets and attracts the attention of 22-year-old Niko. Despite their 28-year difference, the two enter a passionate relationship, catching the judging eyes of the people around them. Angel Aquino and Tony Labrusca lead the cast of this 2018 film.
Atypical, Season 4
The fourth season of Atypical focuses on the members of the Gardner family who must make big decisions on where life will go next, especially since Casey and Sam are both close to leaving their nest. Keir Gilchrist, Michael Rapaport, Bridgette Lundy-Paine, and more star in this series.