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New to Netflix in July: ‘Her,’ ‘Blue Valentine,’ ‘Jurassic Park,’ and More Worth Streaming

Another month, another batch of good (and not so good) movies coming to Netflix. Ever timely, the streaming service is adding the first three “Jurassic Park” movies to coincide with the release of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” not to mention several movies that aren’t about dinosaurs run amok: “Her,” “Happy Gilmore,” “We Own the Night,” “Blue Valentine,” “Gone Baby Gone,” “Menace II Society,” “Chocolat,” “The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter,” “The Princess Diaries,” and more.

Avail yourself of the full list below:

July 1

Chocolat

Deceived

Finding Neverland

Get Smart

Happy Gilmore

Interview with the Vampire

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park III

Menace II Society

Pandorum

Penelope

Scooby-Doo

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

Spanglish

Stealth

Swordfish

The Boondock Saints

The Lost World: Jurassic Park

The Princess Diaries

The Voices

Traitor

Troy

Van Helsing

We Own the Night

We the Marines

What We Started

July
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Here’s Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in July

Here’s Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in July
If “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” left you craving more Jeff Goldblum, fear not — the original films in the franchise will be coming to Netflix at the start of July.

Jurassic Park,” “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic Park III” will fill out the streamer’s movie lineup, along with other action-packed epics “Troy” and “Journey to the Center of the Earth.” On the other end of the spectrum, indie romances “Blue Valentine” and “Her” will come July 5 and July 29, respectively.

In the realm of television, the sixth season of “Orange is the New Black” drops July 27 and the eighth season of “Shameless” arrives July 28.

Also Read: 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Post-Credits Scene Explained

See below for the complete list of titles coming to Netflix in July.

Arriving in July (Date Not Announced)

El Chapo: Season 3

Avail. July 1

Blue Bloods: Season 8

Bo Burnham: what.

Chocolat

Deceived

Finding
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Check Out all of the Movies and TV Shows Coming Netflix in July

Netflix has revealed all of the movie and TV show titles that will be released in the month of July 2018. They also released a promo video along with a list of titles leaving the streaming service in July.

There are some good titles being released including Happy Gilmore, Jurassic Park, Menace II Society, Interview with the Vampire, The Boondock Saints, Scream 4, Gone Baby Gone, Her and more.

Which of the new upcoming titles coming to Netflix are you looking forward to seeing?

Available July 1

Blue Bloods: Season 8

Bo Burnham: what.

Chocolat

Deceived

Finding Neverland

Get Smart

Happy Gilmore

Hawaii Five-o: Season 8

Interview with the Vampire

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park III

Madam Secretary: Season 4

Menace II Society

NCIS: Season 15

Pandorum

Penelope

Queens of Comedy: Season 2

Rica, Famosa, Latina: Seasons 1-4

Scooby-Doo

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

Spanglish

Stealth

Swordfish

The Boondock Saints
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Beauty vs Beast: Pop Quiz, Hot Shots

Happy Monday! Jason from Mnpp here with your weekly "Beauty vs Beast" fix - we're celebrating 1994  leading up to the Supporting Actress Smackdown and I figured I'd focus in on another great big hit from the year today (to compliment the Interview With the Vampire poll two weeks back), namely Jan de Bont's Speed. Which still holds up! I caught it on TV a couple of weeks ago and man, it still revs and roars. It's also got a stellar hero and villain pair - Keanu's buzzcut and biceps were The 1994 Fetish Du Jour, and Dennis Hopper is Dennis Hopper, the end.

polls

Previously I really thought that Jeff Goldblum's Finest Hour might put a dent in your acctressexual predilections but no, nope, not gonna happen, Laura Dern's Ellie Sattler still triumped in last week's Jurassic Park poll to the tune of 71% of your vote. Said chasm
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Film Review: Rigor Mortis (2013) by Juno Mak

The hopping dead of the 80s Hong Kong Mr. Vampire movie series is brought back to live in this lively but less comedy orientated tribute by Juno Mak, in his debut as a director.

The story is pretty simple; a middle- aged man moves into an apartment in an old, rundown block of building. As it turns out, he intends to end his life there because of his career and family problems. However, he fails his suicide attempt and becomes possessed by some evil spirits that still haunt his apartment.

From here, we are introduced to the rest of the occupants as he slowly gets to know them and learn about their everyday life, while strange things start to happen. Soon enough, besides the living, we encounter death, the undead, ghosts and the granddaddy of them all, the hopping vampire (Jiangshi) fully dressed in his finest traditional costume of course.
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Vintage '94: Vampires, Gumps, and Serial Moms

The Supporting Actress Smackdown 1994 Edition arrives in just two weeks (Sunday June 24th) so as we approach and you vote (hint hint), let's talk context in movies and entertainment.

Great Big Box Office Hits: 1. Forrest Gump 2. The Lion King 3. True Lies 4. The Santa Clause 5. The Flintstones 6. Dumb & Dumber 7. Clear and Present Danger 8. Speed 9. The Mask and 10. Pulp Fiction just barely beating out Interview with the Vampire to complete the top ten. 

Oscar's Best Picture Nominees: Forrest Gump  (13 noms / 6 wins), Pulp Fiction  (7 noms / 1 win), The Shawshank Redemption (7 nominations), Quiz Show (4 noms), and the surprise Four Weddings and a Funeral (only 2 nominations in the 'only 5' Best Picture era!).

After the jump more vintage '94 and our best guess as to what would have made the list in the current voting era of 5-10 nominees...
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Blu-ray Review – Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: The Complete Series

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: The Complete Series

Starring Gil Gerard, Erin Gray, Felix Silla, Henry Silva, Tim O’Connor, Mel Blanc, Pamela Hensley, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Gary Coleman, Sid Haig, Frank Gorshin, and Jamie Lee Curtis.

Synopsis:

A 20th century astronaut is caught in a freak accident in space that sends him back to Earth… 504 years in the future.

It’s easy to sneer and mock at old TV shows from years gone by but if you were a child of the 1970s/1980s then the recent Blu-ray releases of the likes of The A-Team, The Incredible Hulk and Airwolf are pure magic, especially as we can watch them now and point out all of the famous faces that appeared in them every week. Originally broadcast in 1979 and running for two seasons, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century was based on the 1920s comic strip character and was, along with Battlestar Galactica,
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'The Originals' to End After Season 5 -- See the Emotional Announcement

'The Originals' to End After Season 5 -- See the Emotional Announcement
The end is near for The Originals.

A year after it was revealed that The Vampire Diaries was ending, Julie Plec has now made another heart-wrenching announcement about her other beloved vampire series. The show's creator and showrunner shared via Twitter on Thursday that season five of The Originals will be its last.

Watch: Exclusive: 'Vampire Diaries' Boss Talks [Spoiler]'s Series Finale Death and the One Question That Was Never Answered!

"This year, we invite you to help us say goodbye to The Originals, which begins shooting its fifth and final season on Monday," Plec wrote. "It's both a gift and a burden to be able to control the ending of a series."

"Ending a show is always bittersweet, but for me, it's a true blessing to be a part of making that choice," she continued. "I want each actor to play their last scene as their character, and to put their character to bed with grace
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Days of Our Lives Review: The World's Most Contrived Love Triangle

Someone crashing their rival's wedding to try to sweep the bride off her feet is a soap opera staple.

Bo and Jack both did it in grand, dramatic fashions that have become classic Days of Our Lives clips.

Chad interrupted Gabi and Nick's wedding to reveal that Nick wasn't the father of Gabi's baby and chaos ensued.

All of these were great, soapy moments. But the nonsense over Abigail and Chad's vow renewal ceremony that went on almost all week wasn't.

From the second Abigail decided to renew her vows, a ton of contrived drama took over the entire show.

Kate decided that Chad belonged with Gabi and made sure to tell everyone she ran across, especially Abigail and Gabi.

Gabi tried to act like she had some morals and refused to go after Chad only because Abigail was her friend.

Abby and Gabi tried not being friends for about five seconds,
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Days of Our Lives Review: Back and Forth

Some of the greatest soap drama comes from tragic heroes.

These characters have been so damaged by painful life experiences that they feel worthless and get in their own way, sometimes with tragic consequences.

That kind of drama is what drew me to Jj and to Nicole, two characters who have since been completely rewritten to lose both their zest for life and their heartbreaking self-esteem problems.

It also made Jack and Jennifer's relationship interesting back in the day, because the conflict primarily came from Jack's overwhelming sense of guilt and fear.

And it could make Eric an interesting character now, if only Days of Our Lives would put an original spin on it and not just try to copy what Jack and Jennifer had.

Eric certainly has reason to feel guilty. He has to live with the fact that he got drunk and killed his best friend in a car accident about 18 months ago,
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Days of Our Lives Review: Turning Back the Clock

Days of Our Lives came so close to having a compelling story when Eli turned out to be Julie's grandson.

Julie's son, David, had just died suddenly and Julie was estranged from him for years.

Eli's mother is David's first love, Valerie, whose history includes being part of the first interracial couple in daytime history.  And of course, Julie and Doug are not only the only remaining supercouple in Salem, but powerful actors who have carried strong storylines for decades.

This kind of story is the stuff soap viewers hunger for, so why is it so rushed and free of drama?

There was so much that was offensive, obnoxious, or downright boring this week on Days of Our Lives, yet the one story that has something to offer is not much of a story at all.

Eli was understandably angry at his mother when he found out that Valerie had
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Beauty and the Beast Series Finale Sneak Peek: Don't Mess With Cat!

Beauty and the Beast Series Finale Sneak Peek: Don't Mess With Cat!
What will it take for Beauty and the Beast‘s titular twosome to finally (finally) attain “happily ever after?”

RelatedBeauty and the Beast to End Its Run After Season 4

Heading into the CW drama’s Season 4 finale aka series finale (titled “Au Revoir” and airing Thursday at 9/8c), Vincent and Catherine (played by Jay Ryan and Kristin Kreuk) have two tasks left on their seemingly never-ending to-do list: stop a bombing planned by Braxton (Beastmaster‘s Marc Singer) to cover his tracks, and hunt down Braxton himself, to ensure an end to beastmaking once and for all.

RelatedFall TV
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UnREAL Premiere Recap: Two of a Kind

What is it about reality-show dudes whose names start with “Ch”?

This season of ABC’s The Bachelorette has a deli-meat-scarfing, ‘roid-raging Chad. And in a similarly troubling turn of events, this season of Lifetime’s UnREAL has a spear-throwing, Paleolithic-lifestyle-retreating Chet, who shows up just in time to seriously threaten Rachel and Quinn’s plan for, if not world domination, than certainly network queen bee-hood.

As much as I’d like to laugh off Mr. I-Lost-50-Lbs.-and-Found-My-Gonads-Gumption’s bid to reclaim Everlasting for his own, he just may succeed. And what does that say about our two favorite lady bosses,
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Days of Our Lives: Kate Mansi Replaced as Abigail by Soap Rookie Marci Miller

Days of Our Lives: Kate Mansi Replaced as Abigail by Soap Rookie Marci Miller
On the heels of the news that Jen Lilley is leaving her Days of Our Lives role of scheme queen Theresa Donovan comes word that the also-exiting Kate Mansi has been recast as troubled ingénue Abigail Dimera: Marci Miller will make her debut as Chad’s bride this fall, Soap Opera Digest reports.

RelatedReport: Days of Our LivesJen Lilley Leaving the Role of Theresa

Though a soap rookie, the actress has appeared in a bunch of short films and stars in the upcoming Children of the Corn: Runaway and Death Race 2050, Roger Corman’s upgrade of his 1975 cult classic,
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The CW's Beauty and the Beast to End Its Run After Season 4

The CW's Beauty and the Beast to End Its Run After Season 4
A tale as old as time… is clocking out.

The CW has announced that Beauty and the Beast will end its run after Season 4, which is currently wrapping production and will air at midseason/summer 2016 (exact date Tba).

RelatedRenewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Starring Smallville alum Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan in the title roles, the supernatural-tinged take on the romantic fairy tale averaged 1.6 million viewers and a 0.6 demo rating during its freshman run (which had a buzzy Vampire Diaries for a lead-in), but during Season 3 (where it self-started summertime
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Mistresses, Nashville, Teen Wolf, Suits, iZombie, Falling Skies, Walking Dead and More

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Mistresses, Nashville, Teen Wolf, Suits, iZombie, Falling Skies, Walking Dead and More
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Teen Wolf? Any information? —Sandi

Ausiello: A vague question gets a vague answer, Sandi. While I’m sure you’re still reeling from Aiden’s return in the first six minutes of the June 29 premiere — click here to watch that if you haven’t already done so — you’ll be happy to know he’s not the only member of the show’s fallen faction that receives a tribute of sorts in Season 5’s opening hour.

Videos
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Beauty and the Beast Season 3 Video: Kristin Kreuk Talks VinCat's 'Greater Destiny,' 'Rings and Such,' New Threat

Beauty and the Beast Season 3 Video: Kristin Kreuk Talks VinCat's 'Greater Destiny,' 'Rings and Such,' New Threat
When last we tuned into The CW’s Beauty and the Beast, Catherine and Vincent were happy at last, with nary a care (or looming deadly threat) in the world.

That, of course, cannot last.

VideosBeauty and the Beast Season 3: Vincent Plots His Proposal to Catherine

With Season 3 arriving Thursday, June 11 — a good 11 months since the supernatural drama’s sophomore run wrapped — TVLine invited Kristin Kreuk to offer a quick refresher on where things left off, with “roses and butterflies” and whatnot. But as a new threat emerges (don’t miss Kreuk’s awesome Beast impression at the
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‘Beauty and the Beast’ Renewed for Season 4 at the CW

‘Beauty and the Beast’ Renewed for Season 4 at the CW
After much anticipation, “Beauty and the Beast” has been renewed for a fourth season at the CW, the net announced Friday, also setting a summer premiere date for season three.

The fan favorite drama will return with its 13-episode third season on May 21. Season four will air later in the 2015-16 season.

Earlier this year, the CW handed early renewals to all eight of its current scripted series — “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Jane the Virgin,” “Reign,” “Supernatural,” “The 100,” “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals” — bringing the net’s scripted renewals to a total of nine.

The CW has also greenlit four pilots for the upcoming cycle, not leaving much room for more pilot orders. All potential series are dramas — “Cheerleader Death Squad,” from Marc Cherry, Neal Baer, Dan Truly and Sabrina Wind; the reinvention of “Tales From the Darkside”; ghost series “Dead People,” from “Californication” creator Tom Karpinos; and “Cordon,” from
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Beauty and the Beast Gets Return Date — and Early Season 4 Renewal

Beauty and the Beast Gets Return Date — and Early Season 4 Renewal
The CW is gifting Beauty and the Beast fans with two long-awaited treats.

Season 3 of the Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan-starring drama will premiere Thursday, May 21 at 8/7c, the network announced on Friday.

Additionally, the show has been renewed for Season 4.

Related2015 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

As the 13-episode third season opens, “Cat and Vincent are able to focus on their love, finally free from Muirfield, manhunts and beasts. However, that love will be tested as new and more dangerous threats await. When they learn that innocent victims
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People's Choice Awards 2015: Grey's, Big Bang Theory, Castle Win Big

People's Choice Awards 2015: Grey's, Big Bang Theory, Castle Win Big
The year’s most people-friendly TV fare includes Castle, The Big Bang Theory and Grey’s Anatomy, per the 41st annual People’s Choice Awards, which aired Wednesday night.

Mom stars Allison Janney and Anna Faris emceed the annual fan-love fest, which awarded four accolades to Grey’s and three apiece to Big Bang and Castle.

New series Outlander, Jane the Virgin and The Flash also received trophies for Favorite Cable Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show, Favorite New TV Comedy and Favorite New TV Drama, respectively.

Scroll down for a complete list of TV winners.

Favorite Daytime TV Host

Ellen DeGeneres,
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