Netflix August 2022: All movies and TV shows are now available on Netflix

New on Netflix August 2022: Every movie and TV show arriving


Even with Netflix’s recommendation algorithm serving you new movies, new TV shows, and original programming tailored to your viewing habits, the streaming service’s fire hose of content makes what’s coming and going difficult to parse.

The long-awaited SandmanNetflix’s top-rated series, along with new seasons, are available on the first of every month Locke & Key, Never Have I EverAnd The Cuphead Show. But the best news of the month is that new Rilakkuma episodes come out — and this time the adorable bear and his friends go to a theme park! Enjoy the Sam Raimi Spider-Man films and the OG Men in Black trilogy from the back catalog.


Available from August

Delhi Crime: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Netflix: DCP Vartika, under pressure from the media and the public, heads the case when a series of grisly murders suggest the return of a feared criminal group.

Track for Partners (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Ingrid Yun fights to make partner — and keep her moral compass — at an elite New York City law firm while balancing love, friendships and family duties.

Available August 1

Big Tree City (Netflix Family)

Netflix: A team of animal heroes with special skills and speedy vehicles work together to keep Big Tree City safe and solve the town’s trickiest problems.

28 Days
8 Mile
Above the Rim
The Age of Adaline
Battle: Los Angeles
Bridget Jones’s Baby
Bridget Jones’s Diary
Constantine
Dinner for Schmucks
Eyes Wide Shut

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

ferris, sloane, and cameron at the chicago art institute

Image by Paramount Pictures/The Kobal Collection

Footloose (2011)
Hardcore Henry
Legends of the Fall
Love & Basketball
Made of Honor

Black for Men
Men in Black II
Men in Black 3

Agents K (Jones) and J (Smith) prepare to erase a subject’s memory.

Image: Sony Pictures

Miss Congeniality
Monster-in-Law
No Strings Attached
Pawn StarsSeason 13
Polly Pocket: Season 4: Part 2: Tiny Taste Adventure
She’s Funny That Way
Space Jam (1996)

Spider-Man
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 3

Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man is carried on a train by passengers in Spider-Man 2.

Image: Sony Pictures

Top Gear: Seasons 29-30
The Town
Woman in gold

Available August 2

Flight

Ricardo Quevedo – Tomorrow Will Be Worse (Netflix Comedy Special).

Netflix: Comic Ricardo Quevedo explores all things absurd, from road rage to fighting between couples during the pandemic.

Available August 3

Buba (Netflix Film)

Netflix: The obsession of balancing his karma becomes hilariously absurd when a con artist from a small town joins the local mafia alongside his manipulative brother.

Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99 (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: Woodstock 1969 promised peace and music, but its ‘99 revival delivered three days of rage, riots and real harm. What went horribly wrong?

Don’t Blame Karma! (Netflix Film)

Netflix: Sara, fashion designer and model, must decide if she is really the culprit when her high-school crush and sister in modeling start to date.

Good Morning, Verônica: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Presumed to be dead, Verônica works to unravel the mysteries of the religious cult that fuels abuse and corruption within the government.

Available August 4

Lady Tamara (Netflix Series)

Netflix: The glamorous life of socialite Tamara Falcó takes center stage in this reality series as she balances work, play and her famous family.

Kakegurui Twin (Netflix Anime)

Netflix: Mary Saotome, determined to climb the social ladder invests all her resources in high-stakes gambling.

Super Giant Robot Brothers (Netflix Family)

Netflix: The fighting begins once the squabbling has stopped! Space monsters are coming to Earth, and robot siblings Shiny & Thunder have to defend it.

Season for Weddings (Netflix Film)

Netflix: Under parental pressure to find spouses, Asha and Ravi pretend to date during a summer of weddings — but their ruse goes awry when feelings turn real.

Available August 5

Carter (Netflix Film)

Netflix: A man wakes up and finds his memories gone. He is directed by a strange voice through a device in his ears and embarks on a dangerous hostage rescue mission.

Darlings (Netflix Film)

Netflix: Badru hopes that her volatile husband will stop drinking and change. However, when he becomes too angry, she and her mother boldly, but clumsily seek revenge.

The Informer

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – The Movie (Netflix Film)

Netflix: When ruthless creatures form another universe seek to unleash chaos, the teen turtles are put to the ultimate test with their mystic and ninja powers.

The Sandman (Netflix Series)

Tom Sturridge as Dream in an eerie gothic looking cathedral

Image courtesy of Netflix

Netflix: After years of imprisonment, Morpheus — the King of Dreams — embarks on a journey across worlds to find what was stolen from him and restore his power.

Skyfall

Available Aug. 6

Reclaim (Netflix Film)

Netflix: Shouldering all of her family’s responsibilities, a mother scrambles to find a bigger apartment for her suddenly crowded household.

Available August 7

RiverdaleSeason 6

Available August 8

Code Name: Emperor (Netflix Film)

Netflix: An intelligence agent tasked with incriminating a squeaky-clean politician must decide if there are still some lines he won’t cross.

Team Zenko Go: Season 2 (Netflix Family)

Netflix: Robot-dogs that run away, sleepwalking uncles, troublesome toddlers! These child heroes hiding in the shadows are trying to find more ways for Harmony Harbor to be a better place.

Available Aug. 9

My Dad was just killed (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: I Just Killed My Dad is an unprecedented documentary series, which tells the unbelievable, never-been-told-before true story of the Templet family. Anthony Templet killed his father, and he never denied it. However, the question of why he did it is complex and has profound implications that extend beyond one family. This documentary series of three episodes explores Anthony’s psyche leading up to June 3, 2019, and his journey through the emotional and mental aftermath.

The Nice Guys

Available August 10

Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: Through candid interviews, the perpetrators of Argentina’s most notorious bank heist detail how — and why — they carried out the radical 2006 operation.

Heartsong (Netflix Film)

Netflix: As he serenades a wedding that quickly collapses, a nomadic musician falls in love with the bride and runs afoul her family. He must save her life.

Indian MatchmakingSeason 2 (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Sima Taparia, everyone’s favorite matchmaker, returns for another season of helping eligible, eccentric and eager clients find their future spouses.

Instant Dream Home (Netflix Series)

Netflix: A team of rapid-fire renovators takes big risks and makes painstaking plans to transform families’ homes from top to bottom in just 12 hours.

Iron Chef Brazil (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Iron Chef Brazil is open! In this cooking competition, rising culinary talents battle Brazil’s greatest chefs for a chance to be named Iron Legend.

Locke & Key: Season 3 (Netflix Series)

kinsey trying to pick a lock, while tyler stands next to her

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Netflix: In the thrilling final chapter of the series, the Locke family uncovers more magic as they face a demonic new foe who’s dead-set on possessing the keys.

School Tales the Series (Netflix Series)

Netflix: This anthology features ghost stories from seasoned Thai horror directors and terrifying horrors that roam the halls high school.

Available August 11

Dope

Dota: Dragon’s BloodBook 3 (Netflix Anime)

Netflix: It is time for brave warriors and indomitable foes to be defeated. But can the ultimate sacrifice bring lasting peace — to all possible worlds?

Stay on Board: The Leo Baker Story (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: A raw and immersive feature film about Leo Baker, skateboarding legend, is available from Netflix, Pulse Films (a division of VICE Media Group) and Flower Films. It follows Baker as he prepares for the 2020 Olympics. He faces increasing pressure and a growing disconnect between who the world views him and his own self-image. This is a turning point in his career and life. Stay on Board is Leo’s journey balancing the gendered world of sports, transition, society, and skate culture, which ultimately leads him to the punkest thing imaginable.

Available August 12,

13: The Musical (Netflix Film)

Netflix: After moving from New York to Indiana in the wake of his parents’ divorce, a clever middle schooler is determined to throw the best bar mitzvah ever.

A Model Family (Netflix Series)

Netflix: A professor is forced to take money from a criminal cartel. He finds that he can only save his family’s finances by becoming a drug courier.

Day Shift (Netflix Film)

Netflix: Jamie Foxx portrays a blue collar dad with a desire to provide a decent life for his young daughter. But his boring job cleaning the pool in San Fernando Valley, California is only a façade for his true income source, hunting and killing Vampires as part of an international Union of vampiric hunters.

Never Have I EverSeason 3 (Netflix Series)

devi and paxton walking through school

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Netflix: Devi and her friends may be finally single. But they’re about to learn that relationships come with a lot of self-discovery — and all the drama.

Available August 15

Ancient Aliens: Season 4

Deepa & Anoop (Netflix Family)

Netflix: Joined by her color-changing pet elephant, a joyful little girl creates music, merriment and mischief at her Indian family’s Mango Manor hotel.

Learn to Swim

Available Aug. 16

Untold: Volume 2 (Netflix Documentary)(New episodes every week)

Netflix: The critically-acclaimed series is back with a four-week docuseries event. This time, the show will bring new eyes to great stories from all sports. From football to basketball and streetball to sailing, these stories aren’t the ones you’ve heard before, even if you think you have. Each weekly premiere begins at a pivotal moment, and then dives deep into the stories of those who experienced it. They reveal the grit and resilience, triumph, tragedy, violence, comedy, and pathos underneath the headlines. The weekly August premieres include:

Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn’t Exist (2 Parts)

Netflix: Born into a Hawaiian paradise, All-American football standout Manti Te’o leads a simple life summed up in just three words: faith, family, football. College football’s golden boy could do no wrong, but when tragedy strikes, the increased scrutiny of his online relationship causes a media maelstrom that threatens his future and legacy. Featuring in-depth interviews with Manti Te’o and the person behind the online identity, Ronaiah ‘Naya’ Tuiasosopo. Ryan Duffy, Tony Vainuku and Tony Vainuku direct.

Available August 17

High Heat (Netflix Series)

Netflix: When clues to his brother’s murder lead Poncho to a fire brigade, he joins it to investigate further and finds romance, family… and a serial killer.

Junior Baking ShowSeason 6 (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Britain’s most talented young bakers wow judges with cakes, biscuits, breads and more in this kid-focused spinoff of “The Great British Baking Show.”

You can do both (Netflix Film)

Netflix: On the night of her college graduation, Natalie’s life splits into parallel realities after she takes a pregnancy test. What is the future of love and life?

Royalty (Netflix Film)

Netflix: When she falls for the crown prince, a teenager struggles to keep her scandal-ridden history and big secret from others.

Unsuspicious (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Conned by the same playboy, three women and their families go to his mansion to get answers — and must stay for an investigation when he’s found dead.

Available Aug. 18

He-Man and the Masters of the UniverseSeason 3 (Netflix Family)

Netflix: He-Man must stop Skeletor from controlling the universe. He-Man along with his hero squad must accomplish their destiny. The epic battle for the ultimate power is underway!

The Mind of a Cat (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: In this charming and cuddly documentary, cat experts explore the thoughts of felines to discover their true abilities.

Tekken: Bloodline (Netflix Anime)

Netflix: While he waits for his chance to exact revenge, a fiery fighter learns under the guidance of his grandfather after he has lost his home.

Available August 19,

The Cuphead Show!Part 2 (Netflix Family)

Cuphead and Mugman riding a firework while holding (double) scoop ice cream cones in their hand

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Netflix: This animated series, which is based upon the hit videogame, follows the misadventures and impulsive Cuphead along with his brother Mugman.

Echoes (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Leni and Gina, identical twins, have secretly been living apart since childhood. Their worlds are thrown into chaos when one of their sisters goes missing.

The Girl in Mirror (Alma). (Netflix Series)

Netflix: After losing her memory in a bizarre accident that kills most of her classmates, Alma tries to unravel what happened that day — and regain her identity.

Glow up: Season 4 (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Ten contestants are challenged to test their creativity in an attempt to be the next big thing in makeup.

Kleo (Netflix Series)

Netflix: After the fall of the Berlin Wall, a former East German spy resolves to find out who betrayed her and why — and use her lethal skills to exact revenge.

The Next 365 Days (Netflix Film)

Available Aug. 20

Fullmetal Alchemist – The Revenge of Scar (Netflix Film)

Netflix: In this sequel to the first feature film, the Elric brothers meet their toughest opponent yet — a lone serial killer with a large scar on his forehead.

Available August 21

A Cowgirl’s Song

Available August 23

Chad and JT Get Deep (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Chad and JT, best bros, set out to spread positivity via community activism and chill vibes through this hilarious prank comedy series.

Untold: The Rise & Fall of AND1 (Netflix Documentary)(New episodes every week)

Netflix: Born out of the playgrounds of New York City, the “And 1 Mixtape Tour” took streetball to the masses, challenging convention and picking up a team of basketball misfits along the way. “The Rise and Fall of AND1” traces the journey of how three young friends with a dream of bringing greater acclaim to the game they loved, connected with the underground artform of streetball, and ended up flipping the billion-dollar basketball industry on its head. AND1 co-founders along with streetball legends The Professor, Hot Sauce, Skip 2 My Lou, The Main Event, Shane the Dribbling Machine and more reflect on their experience and the brand’s journey. Kevin Wilson Jr. directed.

Available August 24

Lost Ollie (Netflix Series)

a stuffed bunny

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Netflix: A toy searches the countryside for the young boy who lost him in this family series inspired by the book “Ollie’s Odyssey.”

Mo (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Mo is an American who straddles the border between Texas and Texas. He speaks three languages, has a pending asylum application, and hustles to support his Palestinian family.

Queer Eye Brazil (Netflix Series)

Netflix: The uplifting makeover series hits Brazil with a new Fab Five and more courageous journeys of transformation — along with lots of tears and laughs.

Running With the Devil: John McAfee’s Wild World (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: He’s the original computer genius gone rogue, inventor of one of the most successful (and most hated) pieces of software of all time: McAfee Anti-Virus. John McAfee was worth over $100 million at his peak. McAfee fled after his neighbor was killed and invited a crew to join him. With access to hundreds of hours of never-before-broadcast footage of McAfee as he was pursued by the authorities, this is the definitive story of a larger-than-life character, a man who ran for President, escaped from prison multiple times, and claimed to have hacked the world.

Selling the OC (Netflix Series)

Netflix: The Oppenheim Group expands into Orange County. A new real estate team showcases lavish oceanfront listings. Big personalities also make waves.

Under Fire (Netflix Series)

Netflix: East Bank Station’s firefighters are a tight-knit crew that must balance high-stress work, personal challenges, and professional setbacks.

Watch Out, We’re Mad (Netflix Film)

Netflix: In this reboot of the 1970s Bud Spencer and Terence Hill film, two brothers estranged for 25 years reunite to reclaim their father’s beloved dune buggy.

Available Aug. 25,

Angry Birds Summer Madness: Season 3 (Netflix Family)

Netflix: Red, Chuck, Bomb, and Stella, teenage birds, are flying through Camp Splinterwood to meet their feathered friends for a summer filled with high-flying hijinks.

History 101Season 2 (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: This time, the bite-sized history lessons are back, and this time we will be looking at psychedelic drugs and weaponized lasers, as well as bottled water.

Rilakkuma’s Theme Park Adventure (Netflix Anime)

Kaoru and her fuzzy friends in Rilakkuma and Kaoru.

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Netflix: Cuddly bear Rilakkuma and his lovable friends have a day full of adventure at a sweets-themed amusement park that’s about to close its doors forever.

That’s Amor (Netflix Film)

Netflix: After her job and relationship implode on the same day, Sofia starts from scratch — and meets a dashing Spanish chef who might be her missing ingredient.

Available from August 26

Disobedience

Drive Hard: The Maloof Method (Netflix Series)

Netflix: Legendary racer Sammy Maloof and his family of racers and stunt drivers build the world’s baddest cars to make sure their clients take the checkered flag on race day. After racing is over, the Maloofs open the curtains on professional stunt driving. They practice and execute some of the most exciting feats they can.

Loving Adults (Netflix Film)

Netflix: The thin line between love and hate turns deadly when a wife discovers her husband’s affair — and they both take extreme measures to get what they want.

Ludik (Netflix Series)

Netflix: A furniture magnate must use his secret diamond smuggling operation, to help a kidnapped relative.

Me Time (Netflix Film)

Netflix: When a stay-at-home dad finds himself with some “me time” for the first time in years while his wife and kids are away, he reconnects with his former best friend for a wild weekend that nearly upends his life.

Seoul Vibe (Netflix Film)

Netflix: A small group of mechanics and drivers go undercover in the days leading to the 1988 Seoul Olympics to uncover a huge money-laundering ring.

Available August 29

Under Her Control (Netflix Film)

Netflix: A young woman with ambition enters into a unique arrangement with her charismatic boss. When doubts begin to creep in, it might be too late.

Mighty Express: Season 7 (Netflix Family).

Netflix: Flicker, Nate and the rest of Flicker raise the rails to allow for more exciting deliveries, special missions, and lighthearted lessons.

Available Aug. 30,

I am a Killer: Season 3 (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: While serving hard time for murder, inmates recount their crimes and reflect on how their actions destroyed lives — including their own.

Untold: Operation Flagrant Foul (Netflix Documentary)(New episodes every week)

Netflix: News broke in 2007 that an NBA referee was being investigated by the FBI for his gambling activities on his own game. This sparked a media storm and put the NBA and FBI into serious financial trouble. That referee was Tim Donaghy and the story didn’t just start and end with him, but wound its way from the small town bookies of the Philadelphia suburbs to lining the pockets of the notorious New York crime families and worldwide sports gambling underworld. For the first time, all three co-conspirators discuss their involvement and, unsurprisingly, their stories don’t all line-up. Featuring revealing sit-down interviews with Tim Donaghy, Tommy Martino, Jimmy “The Sheep” Battista plus FBI agent Phil Scala, Donaghy’s lawyer John Lauro, Donaghy’s ex-wife Kim Strupp Donaghy, and more. David Terry Fine directed.

Available Aug. 31

Club América vs Club América (Netflix Documentary)

Netflix: This documentary dives deep into the past and future of America’s most controversial soccer club, Mexico.

Family secrets (Netflix Series)

Netflix: A couple’s wedding day threatens to turn disastrous when they begin to unravel a web of secrets and lies that connects their two families.

I Came By (Netflix Film)

Netflix: A graffiti artist who targets homes of the elite uncovers a twisted secret in a hidden basement — triggering events that put his loved ones in danger.

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