In August of this year, Netflix is swapping some films which include “Now and Then” and “Groundhog Day,” for expiring titles such as “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” and “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” But of course, the streaming platform has plenty of original fare for your queue like the third season of “GLOW,” the debut of health docuseries “Diagnosis” and the second season of crime show “Mindhunter.” Down below is the list of shows and movies that are coming as well as going on Netflix.
All Movies and Shows Coming In August 2019
Are We Done Yet?
Four Weddings and a Funeral
Horns Jackie Brown Jupiter Ascending
Now and Then
Sex and the City: The Movie
Something’s Gotta Give
The Bank Job
The House Bunny
The Sinner: Julian
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything!
Why Do Fools Fall in Love
Ask the StoryBots: Season 3 The StoryBots answer kid-friendly questions such as “Why do people look different?”
Basketball or Nothing: A docuseries that follows the Chinle High basketball team in Arizona’s isolated Navajo Nation community.
Dear White People: Volume 3: A charismatic new professor shakes things up on campus in the provocative comedy.
Derry Girls: Season 2: High school continues to be a challenge, but change may finally be coming in the North Irish series set in the 1990s.
Otherhood: Patricia Arquette, Felicity Huffman, and Angela Bassett play best friends who surprise their adult sons in New York City on Mother’s Day.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 3: A reboot of the 1980s series continues, with Catra and Adora looking for answers in Crimson Waste.
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 4: Minhaj addresses political and cultural topics onstage in his weekly comedy show.
Enter the Anime: Actress Tania Nolan interviews anime filmmakers in this documentary series.
No Good Nick: Part 2: Melissa Joan Hart and Sean Astin play parents in the series about a grifter called Nick who has lied about her identity.
Sebastian Maniscalco: Why Would You Do That
Dollar: A show about an unlikely duo that team up to track down a dollar bill worth $1 million.
Jane the Virgin: Season 5
Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer
The Naked Director: The series follows Toru Muranishi, a director who revolutionized the adult film industry in 1980s Japan.
Wu Assassins: An aspiring chef joins forces with a homicide detective in the sci-fi series with Kung Fu, mystery and assassins in Chinatown.
Cable Girls: Season 4: The friends must navigate social changes in 1931 to solve a murder mystery, or else one of them could be sentenced to death.
The Family: The five-part docuseries follows The Fellowship, a secretive Christian group in Washington, D.C., that cultivated a network of politicians.
GLOW: Season 3: The wrestling ladies head to Las Vegas to perform a string of shows amid power struggles within the group.
The InBESTigators: Four kids start their own detective agency in this comedic Australian series.
iZombie: Season 5
Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling: The animated wallaby from the ’90s series returns in a meta-movie about getting his favorite show back on the air.
Sintonia: Three teen friends pursue their dreams amid music, drugs, and religion in this Brazilian drama.
Spirit Riding Free: Pony Tales: A mix of short stories and music videos featuring Lucky and her pony Spirit.
Tiny House Nation: Volume 1
Knightfall: Season 2
Tiffany Haddish Presents: Haddish brings six of her favorite comedians on stage for a stand-up special.
The 100: Season 6
Cannon Busters: A droid looks for her missing best friend with the help of a motley crew of travelers.
45 rpm: Three characters form a love triangle, and perhaps a new record label, in 1960s Spain.
Apache: La vida de Carlos Tevez, A series based on the life of Argentine soccer player Carlos Tevez.
Better Than Us: The sci-fi series is set in a near-future Moscow where man and robots coexist, along with a killer droid.
Diagnosis: Patients use the power of global crowdsourcing and established medical expertise to find cures to their mysterious illnesses in the docuseries based on Dr. Lisa Sanders’ New York Times Magazine column.
Frontera verde: A detective uncovers magic in the jungle in the Colombian series.
Invader Zim: Zim sets out for the next phase of his quest to conquer Earth in the animated series.
It Takes a Lunatic: A documentary about theater icon Wynn Handman, who taught actors including Denzel Washington and Christopher Walken.
The Little Switzerland: After the tomb of William Tell’s son is discovered, a village’s citizens lobby for Swiss annexation.
Mindhunter: Season 2: David Fincher’s crime series about an FBI agent in the Behavioral Science Unit returns with more murderers.
QB1: Beyond the Lights: Season 3: This series about high school football stars follows Spencer Rattler, Lance LeGendre and Nik Scalzo.
Sextuplets: Marlon Wayans plays Alan, and also Alan’s long-lost siblings.
Super Monsters Back to School: For Vida, school is new and different, so the monsters help her adjust.
Victim Number 8: After a terrorist attack shakes downtown Bilbao leaving destruction in its wake, police launch an investigation to hunt down the attackers.
The Punisher (2004)
Gangs of New York
Simon Amstell: Set Free: The comic talks about his relationships and neuroses in a stand-up special.
American Factory: A documentary about post-industrial Ohio, where a Chinese billionaire opens a new factory and hires thousands of Americans.
Hyperdrive: A tournament where racers compete in custom cars in the “baddest automotive obstacle course ever built,” according to Netflix.
Love Alarm: In the South Korean series, an app alerts people if someone in the vicinity likes them.
El Pepe: Una Vida suprema: A documentary centered on former political prisoner turned Uruguayan president José “Pepe” Mujica.
Hero Mask: Part II: A scientist’s daughter may hold the secret to a conspiracy surrounding uncanny bio-masks.
Rust Valley Restorers: The series follows a trio who restore retro cars.
Million Pound Menu: Season 2: The show about restaurant investing returns with a new slate of food entrepreneurs.
Trolls: The Beat Goes On!: Season 7: The tall-haired gang returns with more adventures.
Falling In Love: Christina Milian plays a city girl who enters to win a New Zealand inn she can fix up, with the help of a bighearted contractor.
Kardec: A biopic about Allan Kardec, the French author and founder of Spiritism.
Workin’ Moms: Season 3: The moms on the Canadian series try to manage family, work, and anger.
The A List: A supernatural U.K. show about a mysterious place: Peregrine Island.
Carole & Tuesday: Carole and Tuesday form an unlikely musical partnership that just might work.
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance: Back in the world of Thra, there’s a terrible secret that launches an epic journey.
Droppin’ Cash: Season 2: A series from Complex about musicians and athletes spending lots of money in Los Angeles.
La Grande Classe: A French film about two best friends hoping to impress at their middle school reunion.
Locked Up: Season 3
Mighty Little Bheem: Season 2: Toddler Bheem cheerfully dodges more danger with his super strength in this animated Indian show.
Styling Hollywood: Jason Bolden, the stylist to Alicia Keys and Yara Shahidi, joins forces with his husband, interior designer Adair Curtis, for a reality show about designing for the stars.
True and the Rainbow Kingdom: Wild Wild Yetis (Netflix Family) In the animated show, True and her friends learn about the lives and habits of the Yetis.
Luo Bao Bei: Season 1
Leaving Aug. 1
A Cinderella Story
A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song
Another Cinderella Story
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Beverly Hills Chihuahua
Chuggington: Season 1-5
Death in Paradise: Season 1-7
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 3
Good Will Hunting
The Butterfly Effect
The Butterfly Effect 2
The Da Vinci Code
The Fifth Element
The Final Destination
The Hurt Locker
World War II in Colour
World War Two: 1941 and the Man of Steel: Season 1
All Movies and Shows Leaving In August 2019
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Mothers and Daughters
Slow TV: Collection
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The Emoji Movie
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No Country for Old Men
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The Royals: Season 1
Leaving Aug. 15
World War Two: 1942 and Hitler’s Soft Underbelly: Season 1
Leaving Aug. 16
The 40-Year-Old Virgin
Leaving Aug. 20
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
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