What’s New On Netflix In August 2022

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At the moment, Netflix is sizzling with their new releases of films and TV series that are all binge-worthy. The new upcoming entertainment will surely end your summer on a high note. With everything from brand new films to long-awaited continuations of fan favourites, we’ve rounded new films and TV shows that are hitting the streaming service in August down below.

The Sandman

 

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5 August 2022

Dubbed as one of the greatest comic book series of all time, The Sandman created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg has finally made it to the small screen. As of today, the TV show is recognised as a fantastic adaptation of the comic.

The comic is based on Sandman, aka Dream, the cosmic being who controls all dreams and is held prisoner for more than a century. He then must journey across different worlds and timelines to fix the chaos his absence has caused.

Carter

 

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5 August 2022

Famously known for his portrayal of the Korean version of Good Doctor, actor Joo Won stars in this upcoming South Korean action-thriller Carter. The story follows Agent Carter who wakes up in a motel room without any recollection of his identity and memories, and is put in a position to join a risky mission. If you’re into the action-packed genre then this is the perfect film for you

Never Have I Ever

 

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12 August 2022

Mindy Kaling’s Never Have I Ever is set to premiere its third season this month on Netflix. The coming-of-age comedy series will continue to follow Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) and her ongoing struggles as she navigates high school. This show is dotted with heartthrobs, funny one-liners, and a relatable story. It’s definitely a show you can’t miss.

Day Shift

 

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12 August 2022

Starring Jamie Foxx, Snoop Dog, and Dave Franco, this upcoming action-comedy about slaying vampires must be on your watchlist this month. Day Shift marks the directorial debut of J.J. Perry, the stunt coordinator behind John Wick, Django Unchained, and The Fate of The Furious, so you know this film will be action-packed!

The Model Family

 

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12 August 2022

This 10-part series is one of the much-awaited K-dramas everyone’s been waiting for. The Model Family is a crime thriller, which follows Dong-Ha who comes across a car loaded with cash, steals it, and ends up putting his family in danger with a drug cartel. This show is expected to tick all the right boxes in terms of suspense, good storytelling, and performance by the cast.

Look Both Ways

 

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17 August 2022

CW series Riverdale actress, Lili Reinhart stars in this comedy film that will surely capture the hearts of her fans. Netflix film Look Both Ways follows Natalie who diverges into two parallel realities: one in which she becomes pregnant and must navigate motherhood in her Texas hometown, and the other in which she moves to Los Angeles to pursue her career.

The Next 365 Days

 

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19 August 2022

Whether you hate it or love it, the trilogy by Blanka Lipińska is back for the third time. Serving as a sequel to 365 Days: This Day, the upcoming erotic thriller film will be based on the third novel of the trilogy. If it’s the same as the previous film then we’re 100 per cent sure this one will see the same ratio of romance, steamy scenes, and angst.

Me Time

 

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26 August 2022

Me Time follows Kevin Hart’s character Sonny, a stay-at-home dad who finally gets some time alone from his family for the first time in years. When his wife and kids head away for spring break, Sonny reconnects with his former best friend, Huck, played by Mark Wahlberg. Embarking on a series of wild adventures, Sonny and Huck run into life-threatening trouble.

If none of these shows hit the spot for you, don’t worry – Netflix has an array of films and shows both old and new that are coming this August. Head to www.netflix.com to see what else you can expect this month.