Everything New On Netflix This Week: July 13-19, 2020

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This week in our “New on Netflix” series, we have one of the most anticipated supernatural series titled Cursed. This show will remind you of both Game Of Thrones and The Witcher. It’s a must-watch for paranormal and historical fiction genre fans.

We also get to see a new pandemic themed movie titled Kissing Game and new reality shows like Indian Matchmaking and Skin Decision. For those who’d like to start the weekend on a lighter note, check out Urzila Carlson’s new standup special on Netflix.

New Shows On Netflix This Week

Before you move ahead and watch the trailers for everything new on Netflix this week, here is a list of new Netflix shows at a glance:

New Netflix Movies Release Year Available on Netflix
The Players 2019 July 15
Fatal Affair 2020 July 16
New Netflix TV Series Release Year Available on Netflix
Dark Desire 2020 July 15
Indian Matchmaking 2020 July 16
Cursed 2020 July 17
Skin Decision: Before and After 2020 July 15
Kissing Game 2020 July 17
New Netflix Documentary Release Year Available on Netflix
The Business of Drugs 2020 July 14
New Netflix Standup Comedy Release Year Available on Netflix
Urzila Carlson: Overqualified Loser 2020 July 14

New Movies On Netflix This Week

1.The Players

https://youtu.be/BHGsRdu3XlM

The story is about several men and their follies as they fumble with fidelity and relationships in search of love.

2. Fatal Affair

A sudden meeting takes a dangerous turn for Ellie (Nia Long) when she finds out that her old friend David (Omar Epps) is more unstable than she realized.

New TV Series On Netflix This Week

3. Dark Desire

Alma is a married woman who ends up spending an unfaithful weekend away from home. The weekend begins with passion but ends in tragedy, leading her to question the truth about those close to her.

4. Indian Matchmaking

This new Netflix Original series gives us an insight into modern Indian arranged marriage scenarios. Matchmaker Sima Taparia guides clients in the U.S. and India through the arranged marriage process while offering an inside look at the changes in traditional customs in the modern era.

5. Cursed

I have been personally waiting for this new Netflix series to arrive. If you look at the trailer, it looks like a crossover between The Witcher and Game Of Thrones, including a mix of supernatural concepts, epic drama, and conspiracies. The story of Cursed is a reimagination of the Arthurian legend from the perspective of the protagonist Nimue played by Katharine Langford.

If her face looks too familiar, then let me remind you she is the same actress who played the famous Hannah Baker role in 13 Reasons Why.

6. Skin Decision: Before and After

The new reality show on Netflix features Skin and beauty expert nurse Jamie and plastic surgeon Dr. Sheila Nazarian, who use the latest procedures to bring out their clients’ best selves.

7. Kissing Game

Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, you can enjoy this new pandemic based series on Netflix. In a Brazilian cattle-ranching town, many adolescents start panicking when they are threatened by the outbreak of a contagious infection, which, weirdly enough, is transmitted by kissing.

New Documentary On Netflix This Week

8. The Business of Drugs

This week we have a new documentary on Netflix that will remind you of Pablo Escobar’s drug empire. In this limited series, former CIA analyst Amaryllis Fox investigates the economics of six illicit drugs to understand the origins and real impact of drugs.

New Standup Comedy On Netflix This Week

9. Urzila Carlson: Overqualified Loser

This week in the stand-up section of Netflix, we have comedian Urzila Carlson sharing her hilarious thoughts on recasting “The Biggest Loser,” discussing sex tape regrets people have and boxed wine hangovers.

Manisha Priyadarshini

Manisha Priyadarshini

An Editor and a Tech Journalist with a software development background. I am a big fan of technology and memes. At Fossbytes, I cover all aspects of tech but my specific area of interest is Programming and Development.
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