It’s almost a superfluous act to write this article because, for many, there’s only one thing that matters on Netflix in July, and it arrives on the first of the month.

That’s when the hugely-anticipated final two episodes of “Stranger Things” season four hits the streaming platform. After all the lengthy episodes, after the resurgent interest in an 80s art-pop legend, it all comes down to this: a teaser trailer for the two-part finale forewarner viewers of dark tidings, possibly even fatalities. And to think there’s still another season of this juggernaut series to come.

If you prefer your entertainment to be less populist, there are plenty of other highlights on Netflix in July. Dakota Johnson stars in an adaptation of “Persuasion”, Jane Austen’s final completed novel She plays Anne Elliott, who tries to seize a second chance at true love after meeting a former love interest again seven years later.

On July 22nd, the Russo Brothers make another foray outside the Marvel Cinematic Universe with “The Gray Man”, an action thriller film based on the 2009 novel of the same name. An all-star cast containing Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, and Regé-Jean Page should bolster this story of a highly skilled CIA operative fighting to survive a global manhunt by international assassins.

See the full list of titles below:

July 1st
“Stranger Things 4: Volume 2”
“The Rugrats Movie”
“The Arrival”

July 3rd
“Rabbit-Proof Fence”
“Firestarter: The Story Of Bangarra”
“Art Of Incarceration”
‘The Final Quarter”
“Samson & Delilah”
“Jasper Jones”
“My Name Is Gulpilil”
“Gurrumul”
“Murandak: Songs Of Freedom”

July 6th
“Uncle From Another World”
“Girl In The Picture”
“Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between”
“Control Z” (Season 3)
“King Of Stonks”

July 7th
“Karma’s World” (Season 3)

July 8th
“Rangeer vs Wild with Bear Grylls”
“The Sea Beast”
“Dangerous Liaisons”
“Incantation”
“Jewel”
“Boo, Bitch”
“Capitani” (Season 2)
“How To Build A Sex Room”
“The Longest Night”

July 11th
“Valley of the Dead”
“For Jojo”

July 12th
“How To Change Your Mind”
“My Daughter’s Killer”
“Bill Burr: Live At Red Rocks”

July 13th
“D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?!”
“Never Stop Dreaming: The Life And Legacy Of Shimon Peres”
“Under The Amalfi Sun”
“Big Timber” (Season 2)
“Hurts Like Hell”
“Sintonia” (Season 3)

July 14th
“Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight”
“Resident Evil”

July 15th
“Love Goals (Jaadugar)”
“Persuasion”
“Country Queen”
“Farzar”
“Mom, Don’t Do That!”
“Remarriage & Desires”
“Alba”

July 18th
“My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along”
“StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Collection 2: Learn To Read”
“Too Old For Fairy Tales”
“Live Is Life

July 19th
“David A. Arnold: It Ain’t For The Week”

July 20th
“Virgin River” (Season 4)
“Bad Exorcist” (Season 2)

July 21st
“Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous” (Season 5)

July 22nd
“The Gray Man”
“Blown Away” (Season 3)

July 25th
“Gabby’s Dollhouse” (Season 5)

July 26th
“Street Food: USA”
“DI4RIES”

July 27th
“The Most Hated Man On The Internet”
“Pipa”
“Dream Home Makeover” (Season 3)
“Car Masters: Rust to Riches” (Season 4)
“Rebelde” (Season 2)

July 28th
“Oggy And The Cockroaches: Next Generation”
“A Cut Above”
“Another Self”
“Keep Breathing”

July 29th
“Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time”
“Purple Hearts”
“The Entitled”
“Fanático”
“Uncoupled”
“Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series”