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Check out whats new on Netflix starting July 1st

While June is coming to an end there is a lot to look forward to in July, on Netflix that is. July 1st means tons of new movies and TV shows on Neflix. When the Oklahoma summer weather is in the hundreds, stay inside and catch up on some of your favorite shows before they return in the fall or watch some of your favorite movie classics. Here is a list of all the new shows and movies :

TV Shows:

1. "Knights of Sidonia" Season 1 available on July 4

2. "Hemlock Grove" Season 2 available on July 11

3. "Animorphs: Seasons 1 & 2" available on July 1

4. "Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures" Season 1 available on July 17

5. "Melissa & Joey" Season 3 available on July 18

6. "Baby Daddy" Season 3 available on July 18

7. "Hell on Wheels" Season 3 available on July 19

8. "Lost Girl" Season 4 available on July 24

9. "Continuum" Season 3 available on July 26

Movies:

1. "Bad Santa" available on July 1

2. "The Karate Kid" available on July 1
3. "The Karate Kid II" available on July 1
4. The Karate Kid III" available on july 1

5. "Boyz N the Hood" available on July 1

6. "A Raisin in the Sun" available on July 1
7. "12 Angry Men" available on July 1
8. "Basic Instinct" available on July 1

9. "Fever Pitch" available on July 1
10. "Funny Face" available on July 1
11. "City of God" available on July 1
12. "Dead Man Walking" available on July 1
13. "Gandhi" available on July 1
14. "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" available on July 1
15. "Legends of the Fall" available on July 1

16: "The Hunt For Red October" available on July 1

17. "Philadelphia" available on July 1
18. "Primal Fear" available on July 1
19. "Patton" available on July 1
20. "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country" available on July 1
21. "The Manchurian Candidate" available on July 1

22. "My Girl" available on July 1
23. "My Girl 2" available on July 1
24. "The Parent Trap" available on July 1
25. "Under the Tuscan Sun" available on July 1
26. "Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo" available on July 1
27. "American Ninja" available on July 1
28. "Ararat" available on July 1
29. "The Babysitter" available on July 1
30. "Best Defense" available on July 1
31. "Blue Chips" available on July 1
32. "Body of Evidence" available on July 1
33. "Can't Buy Me Love" available on july 1
34. "Cheech and Chong’s Up in Smoke" available on July 1
35. "Crimson Tide" available on July 1
36. "Croupier" available on July 1
37. "The Dark Half" available on July

38. "Madeline" available on July 1
39. "Mean Girls" available on July 1
40. "Don’t Look Now" available on July 1
41. "Eight Men Out" available on July 1
42. "Halloween: Resurrection" available on July 1
43. "Jersey Girl" available on July 1
44. "The Keys of the Kingdom" available on July 1
45. "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" available on July 1
46. "People I Know" available on July 1
47. "Phantoms" available on July 1
48. "Venus" available on July 1
49. "Renoir" available on July 6
50. "Homefront" available on July 9
51. "Out of the Furnace" available on July 9
52. "The Battered Bastards of Baseball" available on July 11
53. "Sleeping Beauty" available on July 12
54. "The Master" available on July 14
55. "Hitch" available on July 14
56. "The Last Days" available on July 15
57. "Christmas with the Kranks" available on July 26

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