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Many people are going to be reveling in fireworks and barbecues this fourth of July, but for those who prefer to have a quiet celebration at home, there’s a new lineup of entertainment at your demand! Every month, Netflix adds and removes shows and movies from it’s library of gems, and we are here to inform you that the best movies on Netflix are in July 2017! Two words: Rogue One. Here’s what to watch on Netflix this month.

The Must-Watch Netflix Originals

Netflix has some exclusive content that are must-sees this month. Adam Sandler’s Punch-Drunk Love and the romantic blockbuster, Titanic will be available from July 1. Those few fans who missed the latest in the Star Wars saga can stream Rogue One starting July 18.

Also available since July 1 is Free Willy, E.T., Emma, Delicatessen, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, The Longest Yard, The Land Before Time trilogy, The Originals and more. The streaming giant’s comedy special, The Standups, featuring many new up-and-coming comedians will be available July 4.

Also joining the exciting schedule for July is some original content! For the best on Netflix in July 2017, here’s what’s coming:

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July 1: Best in Show

Mockumentarian, Christopher Guest will use his unique sense of humor to give his take on American pop culture. From rock musicians to Hollywood actors- none will be spared.

July 14: Friends from College

This Netflix original series stars Cobie Smulders from How I Met Your Mother and Fred Savich of the classic Boy Meets World, among others. It’s about a group of seven friends from Harvard, who reunite years later to delve into their interwoven and complicated relationships both in the past and present. And it’s hilarious.

July 21: Ozark

Jason Bateman stars in this original drama series, and has also directed a few of the episodes. He plays a financial planner, who owes a lot of money to a drug lord and relocates to Missouri Ozarks to find a way out.

July 28: The Incredible Jessica James

Fresh from the Sundance Film Festival comes from The Daily Show’s Jessica Williams’ acting debut. She plays an aspiring playwright nursing a broken heart, when a new romance enters her life.

What’s Leaving Netflix?

A few of our favorites will have to get the boot in order for Netflix to add more shows. 9/11: Stories in Fragments, the American Pie series of movies, Ghost Whisperer, and MacGyver are some of the shows that will no longer be featured on Netflix starting July. Here’s a complete list of shows leaving Netflix:

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July 1st:

9/11: Stories in Fragments

America’s Secret D-Day Disaster

American Pie Presents: Band Camp

American Pie Presents: Beta House

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American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile

An Unmarried Woman

Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging

Batman

Black Wings

Blazing Saddles

Blondie’s New York

Bombs, Bullets and Fraud

Day of the Kamikaze

Death Beach

El Dorado

Flicka 2

Futurama (seasons 1-6)

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Ghost Whisperer (seasons 1-5)

Hello, Dolly!

Hip Hop: The Furious Force of Rhymes

History in HD: The Last Bomb

Hugo

Kate & Leopold

MacGyver (seasons 1-7)

Mystery Files: Hitler

Mystery Files: Leonardo da Vinci

Nazi Temple of Doom

Samurai Headhunters

Secrets: A Viking Map?

Secrets: Richard III Revealed

Secrets: The Sphinx

Shuttle Discovery’s Last Mission

The Hunt for Bin Laden

The Incredible Bionic Man

Titanic’s Final Mystery

While You Were Sleeping

Working Girl

July 3rd-6th:

The Last Samurai

Two Weeks Notice

Los Heroes del Norte (seasons 1-2)

July 11th-15th:

Opposite Field

Adventures of Pepper and Paula

In the Basement

Sleeping Beauty

Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain

All That Glitters

Lessons for a Kiss

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