July is upon us, which means new titles are heading to Netflix.
There will be a number of things to binge, but we’ve rounded up a few titles that are perfect for Saturday mornings with the family and late nights on the couch.
From comedies to dramas, here are a few titles to check out.
Trying to impress your new girlfriend can be hard, especially, if kids aren’t your thing. Ice Cube’s Nick Persons is trying to do just that in this family comedy.
In the follow-up to Are We There Yet?, NIck and Suzanne have tied the knot and the family have moved to the suburbs, where things aren’t running too smoothly with their new house. An eccentric contractor becomes a bit of an issue in this comedic sequel.
Cuba Gooding Jr. stars in this comedy about two buddies who book a cruise to cure their love woes. But, things don’t go as planned and numerous hijinks ensue.
Starring Cedric the Entertainer, Code Name: The Cleaner follows Jake, who may or may not be an undercover agent. Wrapped up in a government conspiracy and being followed by mysterious assailants, Jake is stuck in a bit of a pickle.
This Oscar-nominated film follows a 5-year-old boy lost on the streets of Calcutta, who 25 years later seeks the family he lost.
Keegan-Michael Key stars in this Netflix comedy about a group of college friends facing their 40s, their complicated relationships, adulthood, and nostalgia. College was long ago, but sometimes growing up can be hard.
This docu-series examines the lives of NFL hopefuls, facing unique struggles on and off the field. However, the season takes an uexpected turn and the football team must take a deeper look at their unconventional methods.
Jessica James, played by Jessica Williams, is an aspiring New York playwright on the rebound after a break-up. Soon, James finds herself befriending a guy who could change all that.
The fourth season of BET’s hit series is coming to Netflix, so clear your calendar for a weekend of messy drama via Gabrielle Union’s Mary Jane.