Every week, Netflix expands its range with new films and series. This week includes the very last season of The Rain and a new interactive film.


World's Most Wanted (season 1)

Every episode of World's Most Wanted spotlights big crooks and criminal masterminds who all have one thing in common: they are still at large.

The Rain (season 3)

The post-apocalyptic Danish series The Rain is coming to an end. In the third and final season we see how main characters Simone (Alba August) and Rasmus (Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen), sister and brother, disagree. He wants to infect people with the virus that gave him super powers, while she is looking for a cure.

The Seven Deadly Sins (season 4)

Season 4 of the anime series The Seven Deadly Sins , entitled Imperial Wrath of the Gods , has been online since this week. The show revolves around a kingdom taken over by tyrants. A deposed princess searches for a disbanded group of sinful knights, the Holy Knights, to help her reclaim the realm.

Tiny Creatures (season 1)

Wonderful nature series that shows how small animals live and what challenges they have to face. We get to know the animal world better on the basis of eight different locations, and therefore also eight different ecosystems.


Watch the Tiny Creatures trailer here

Alta Mar (season 3)

In Season 3 of Alta Mar , the Villanueva sisters step back on board, this time to Mexico. But whether that was a wise choice? Not really. A scientist appears to be traveling with him who wants to spread a deadly virus.

Selling Sunset (season 3)

In the new season of Selling Sunset , Chrishell is in a divorce, Christine is getting married, and the elite real estate agents of the Oppenheimer Group are also trying to sell the most luxurious homes.


Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs the Reverend

Netflix's newest interactive movie has arrived. In Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs the Reverend - a sequel to the comedy series - the viewer determines how the story goes. You guide Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) and Titus (Titus Burgess) as they compete against cult leader Reverend Richard Wayne Gary Wayne (Jon Hamm). With a nice new role for Daniel Radcliffe as Kimmy's new love.

See also: Interactive film by Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt appears on Netflix

Work It

Work It is a dance teen film starring YouTube star Liza Koshy. In her senior year of high school, bumbling student Quinn Ackermann tries to get into her late father's University. That's why she transforms herself and her equally bumbling friends into dance professionals in order to compete in a prestigious dance competition.

Greetings from Gerri

Undercover hero Frank Lammers stars in one of the first films produced during the corona crisis, Greetings from Gerri . In this tragicomedy, which takes place almost entirely on screens, we follow teacher Gerri van Vlokhoven, who accidentally comes into the picture with his underpants during a virtual lesson and goes viral . The socially awkward Gerri has no idea how to deal with this.


Watch the trailer of Greetings from Gerri here

Malibu Rescue: The Next Wave

The Flounders junior lifeguards get to host the prestigious International Beachmaster Competition. But if team USA drops out due to food poisoning, The Flounders can compete themselves in a hurry.

The Last Castle

Robert Redford plays military General Irwin in The Last Castle . After a trial, he ends up in the maximum security horror prison The Castle, led by the corrupt and ruthless jailer Colonel Winter (James Gandolfini). Irwin is more than tired of the dictatorial regime and manages to convince fellow prisoners to start an uprising.

Basic Instinct

The iconic classic Basic Instict , an erotic thriller by our Paul Verhoeven, revolves around the battle between the violent cop Nick Curran (Michael Douglas) and the seductive murder-suspected writer Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone). The two ended subsequently in a danger mind game full of content.


Fantasy movie Stardust has everything you'd expect from a fantasy movie: a bunch of faded witches, sword-fighting sky pirates, and top actors (Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert De Niro, Claire Danes and Charlie Cox).


Anelka: Misunderstood

The documentary Anelka: Misunderstood delves into the life of French ex-footballer Nicolas Anelka, whose life in the spotlight was often surrounded by controversy and riots. In the film he himself speaks extensively. It also includes interviews with football icons such as Thierry Henry, Didier Drogba and coach Arsène Wenger.

Immigration Nation

You always hear and read a lot about America and its immigration policy. But what about really? The Netflix documentary series Immigration Nation was given extensive access to so-called ICE operations, recordings of migrants themselves, and thus sketches a fair and in-depth picture of the current state of affairs.

These films and series will also appear on Netflix in August.