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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix
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As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change.

We don’t have a huge list this week, and it’s mostly new seasons of existing shows, but hopefully you can find something of interest.

Here’s the list.

Available on 07/18:

Baby Daddy: Season 3

New York bartender Ben unexpectedly becomes a parent when an ex-girlfriend drops off a baby girl for him to raise. But with lots of help from his mother and a childhood friend who secretly has a crush on him, he steps into the role of dad.

Melissa & Joey: Season 3

Single politician Melissa has her life turned upside-down when she is made guardian of her niece, Lennox, and nephew, Ryder. She hires Joe, an unemployed stockbroker, as a live-in “manny” (male nanny) to help out, a job he hopes will be temporary.

Available on 07/19:

Hell on Wheels: Season 3

Former Confederate soldier Cullen Bohannon seeks his wife’s killer as post-Civil War America struggles to rebuild its identity. His quest traverses the history of Reconstruction, peopled with railroad bosses, emancipated slaves and immigrants.

McCanick (2013)

David Morse, Cory Monteith, Mike Vogel, Ciarán Hinds, Rachel Nichols, Aaron Yoo, Trevor Morgan

In his last part before his untimely death in 2013, Cory Monteith plays a small but pivotal role as a teenage criminal whose early release from prison triggers a wave of paranoia for the obsessive cop who put him away.

Available on 07/20:

Weekend of a Champion (2013)

Jackie Stewart, Roman Polanski

In 1971, director Roman Polanski spent three days recording Formula One racing champion Jackie Stewart’s life leading up to the Monaco Grand Prix. This recut version of Polanski’s original film includes a reunion between the two men 40 years later.

Available on 07/22:

Peace, Love & Misunderstanding (2011)

Jane Fonda, Catherine Keener, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chace Crawford, Elizabeth Olsen, Rosanna Arquette, Kyle MacLachlan, Katharine McPhee

Distraught over her impending divorce, conservative lawyer Diane seeks refuge with her mother, Grace, even though the two haven’t spoken in years. Diane’s children are thrilled with their free-spirited grandma, while Diane finds peace and romance.

The Samaritan (2012)

Samuel L. Jackson, Luke Kirby, Ruth Negga, Alan C. Peterson, Gil Bellows, Aaron Poole, Tom Wilkinson

Just out of prison and vowing to go straight, con artist Foley gets just what he doesn’t want: a can’t-lose opportunity to get back in the game. With the job’s perfect mark and a $2 million payoff, Foley’s old instincts start taking over.

Available on 07/24:

Lost Girl: Season 4

After discovering she’s a succubus who sustains herself by feeding on the sexual energy of humans, seductive Bo sets out on a journey to understand herself and her kind — and to help people she encounters on her travels.

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