Netflix has more great programming than anyone could possibly consume in their lifetime. So how do you know where to start? Here's TODAY's special list of July recommendations you won't want to miss — from new releases to classics. So get ready to settle into your sofa and get bingeing!
"Designated Survivor: 60 Days"
Kiefer Sutherland's CBS hit has been on Netflix for a while, but this time the format has been transposed to South Korea, where an explosion at the National Assembly kills the entire Cabinet and the president ... except for the environmental secretary. If you like the U.S. version, this should be a fun twist to the tale. (July 1)
"Stranger Things" (Season 3)
Summer is in full swing in Hawkins, Indiana, which means it's time for the beasties to come out again. The town will be threatened by enemies old and new, and the teens are learning the truth about evil: it never ends, it just evolves. (July 4)
"Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein"
Speaking of "Stranger Things," if you're a fan of star David Harbour you'll get a kick out of this mockumentary, in which he uncovers lost footage from his father's televised stage play. Look for special guests including Alfred Molina and Kate Berlant. (July 16)
"Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2019: Freshly Brewed"
Jerry Seinfeld and pals are back to get caffeinated and driven around in awesome vehicles in the latest season of his interview show. (July 19)
"Orange Is the New Black"
The inmates are back for a final season in the long-running Netflix favorite series that's both darkly funny and poignant. Maybe everybody'll get an early release for the finale! (July 26)
"Whitney Cummings: Can I Touch It?"
Comedian Cummings arrives on Netflix for the first time with her fourth stand-up special, shot in her hometown of Washington, D.C. Tune in for her take on everything, including why we should give sex robots a chance. (July 30)
"The Red Sea Diving Resort"
Inspired by true-life rescue missions, the film tells the tale of international agents and Ethiopians who used a deserted holiday retreat in Sudan to smuggle refugees to Israel in the 1980s. And it's got a great cast: Chris Evans, Michael Kenneth Williams, Greg Kinnear and Ben Kingsley. (July 31)
Also add to the queue: "Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room" (July 1); "The Last Czars" (July 3); "Family Reunion" (July 10); "Cities of Last Things" (July 11); "Kidnapping Stella" (July 12); "Typewriter" (July 19)
"Caddyshack" (1980); "Caddyshack 2" (1988)
Fore! It's time to check into the Bushwood Country Club for a swinging good time, but watch your candy bars in the pool. Completists will be happy to know that the sequel is also coming to Netflix, but we think you'll have more fun singing Chevy Chase's love song to his date from No. 1 than spending much time with it. (July 1)
"Disney's Mary Poppins Returns" (2017)
Last year's charming return to No. 17 Cherry Tree Lane gives Lin-Manuel Miranda a Cockney accent and Emily Blunt an umbrella that carries her back to the Banks homestead to make things right. (July 9)
"Inglourious Basterds" (2009)
Quentin Tarantino goes to war (World War II, that is) and shows that Brad Pitt really knows how to handle a baseball bat. (July 22)
Also add to the queue: "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1974) (July 1); "Philadelphia" (1993) (July 1); "Rain Man" (1988) (July 1); "Taxi Driver" (1976) (July 1); "The Hangover" (2009) (July 1); "The Iron Lady" (2012) (July 6)
Going, Going ... Gone!
All three "Matrix" movies (1999-2003) (July 1); ball three "Mummy" movies (1999-2008) (July 1); "East of Eden" (1955) (July 1); "Silence of the Lambs" (1991) (July 1); all seven seasons of "Pretty Little Liars" (2010-17) (July 27)
Don't be remote! Be sure to check back right here in late July to see what Netflix has coming up next.