Gone are the days of roof top parties in shorts and tank tops. Despite a quick run in with Veranito de San Juan — the Latin American equivalent of an Indian Summer — it looks like it’s time to get cozy and start thinking of winter weather contingency plans. Netflix and chilly appears to be the recurring theme in the weather forecast, so let’s talk options.


Outlander (Season 2): July 15

The second season of this British-American drama is here. The series transports the married WWII nurse Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe) from her life in 1945 back in time to 1743 Scotland, where she must marry the dashing warrior Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) despite loving her husband Frank back in her original space in time. In the second season, Claire and Jamie must try to prevent the Jacobite uprisings in France — where war and time threaten both her life and those of the two men she loves.

Castlevania (Season 1): July 7

Friends From College (Season 1): July 14

Ozark (Season 1): July 21

El Tirador (Season 2): July 19

El Chema (Season 1): July 1

Bates Motel (Season 4): July 1

Outlander (Season 2): July 15

Pulsaciones (Season 1): July 1

46 (Season 2): July 1


To the Bone: July 14

This highly anticipated film, which premiered at Sundance in January to excellent reviews, follows a girl named Ellen (Lily Collins) who struggles with anorexia. The director, Marti Noxon, based the film on her own battle with an eating disorder and provides a glimpse into the life and mind of young girls who suffer from problems with control and body image. The film faced some controversy upon its release due to its sensitive subject matter, which some people found disturbing — so proceed with caution, but it’s a film definitely worth watching and a conversation worth hashing out.

The Incredible Jessica James: July 28

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl: July 1

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Coffer of the Dead: July 1

Pirates of the Caribbean: At the End of the World: July 1

A Talent Coup: July 1

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: July 1

Jurassic World: July 9

Power Hunger: July 11

Sex Tape: July 31

Documentaries and Specials:

Aditi Mittal: Things They Would not Let Me Say: July 18


The world of comedy is tough for women, especially women of color. Despite this, one of the first women to do stand-up comedy in India, Aditi Mittal, has been listed on the country’s top ten comedians by the Times of India and has been called by BBC a “trailblazer” of Indian comedy. Now she has her own Netflix stand-up show, where she will talk about gender and sexuality among other topics, breaking taboos in India. Be sure to watch for a good laugh and some food for thought.

In Search of the Coral: July 14

Daughters of Destiny (Season1): July 28

The Standups: July 4

Manny: July 1

Disney Nature: Bears: July 1