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Shows To Welcome And Bid Adieu In 2020 On Netflix!

The popular streaming site Netflix hosts some shows. From classics to new releases, this streaming service is a bundle of joy for people and their preferences. Comedy, sci-fi, thrillers, horror, romance, etc. all find their place here in the shape of shows, series, movies docuseries, reality shows, etc. The streaming service has much to offer its viewers.

But this year like every year, Netflix has decided to get go various shows on one hand and the other welcome others. Let us look into it.

Which Shows Will Be Added In July?

The month of July has a whole world of new content coming its way towards us. These shows will cater to different genres. For kids, Ronald Dalh’s adaptation of Witches is gracing its way on Netflix in July. In addition to this, for lovers of comedy and fun, Airplane is coming our way on the popular streaming site.

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Charlotte’s Web and Stardust, an enjoyable fantasy flick is going to find its way in July this month. Then there is some action in store for people too. The entire trilogy of The Karate Kid is going to be added to Netflix.

Then there is a wonder-packed affair called “Cursed,” starring Katharine Langford is going to feature on Netflix. This is a fresh new series, and from what is available from its trailer, the show is going to be a wonderful one indeed.

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As for history flicks, one can find Frida and Schlinder’s List, making its way on Netflix.

Shows Leaving Netflix In July!

But there are indeed a few shows leaving Netflix this July. This includes The Incredibles 2, Bolt, Room, Dark PLaces, Back to the Future, The Pianist, The Interview, The Edge of Seventeen, The Pursuit of Happiness, Scary Movie 2 and many more.

These have been our all-time favorite movies, and legging go of them will indeed be difficult.

Vaagisha Singh
Vaagisha Singh is a senior writer at The Innersane, where she covers media and advertising and co-hosts the Original Content podcast. Previously, She has worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Pop Culture Times. She attended DU University And Loves Dogs

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