Here's Everything Coming To UK Netflix In August

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From blistering heat to thunderstorms, the British summer is behaving more unpredictably than ever. Thankfully, Netflix will continue to deliver the goods well into August.

Original content coming this month includes a new season of fierce female-led comedy GLOW, the Christina Milian romcom Falling Inn Love, and flashy-looking fantasy series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. We're also super-excited to see Styling Hollywood, an insight into the glamorous work of an L.A. celebrity stylist and his interior decorator husband.

Some awesome blockbuster movies are arriving this month, too. Alicia Vikander stars in stylish sci-fi flick Ex Machina, and Rocketman 's Taron Egerton leads an all-star cast in the spy romp Kingsman: The Secret Service. If you're more of a documentary fan, Netflix has original series exploring everything from a secret religious organisation to the diagnosis of mysterious illnesses.

Click through to see the key new titles – and their release dates – on Netflix UK this August.

GLOW (2019)

Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin and Kate Nash return for season three of the '80s-set comedy-drama. This time around, the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling crew are adjusting to their new lives as Vegas headliners.

Available 9th August

American Factory (2019)

This Netflix original documentary explores the clash and collaboration between high-tech China and working-class America when a Chinese billionaire opens a new factory in a deprived part of post-industrial Ohio.

Available 21st August

Otherhood (2019)

This Netflix original film follows three middle-aged female friends (Angela Bassett, Patricia Arquette and Felicity Huffman) as they drive to New York City to reconnect with their adult sons. Former Sex and the City exec producer Cindy Chupack writes and directs.

Available 2nd August

Diagnosis (2019)

A seven-episode documentary series following various patients as they seek a cure for their mysterious illnesses and ailments. It's based on Dr Lisa Sanders’ popular column in The New York Times Magazine.

Available 16th August

Wu Assassins (2019)

A new Netflix original series about a chef working in San Francisco's Chinatown (actor/martial artist Iko Uwais) who becomes the crime-fighting and heroic "Wu Assassin" after an encounter with an ancient spirit.

Available 8th August

Sextuplets (2019)

This Netflix original film is a comedy about a man who discovers he has five siblings that he never knew about. All six of them are played by Marlon Wayans ( White Chicks, Scary Movie).

Available 16th August

Falling Inn Love(2019)

A Netflix original rom-com from the director of Cruel Intentions. Christina Milian stars as a San Francisco designer who relocates to New Zealand to renovate and sell a countryside inn. Once there, she hires a handsome local contractor ( UnREAL star Adam Demos) to help with the building work and fending off a meddling neighbour.

Available 29th August

Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Ryan Gosling joins Harrison Ford in the long-awaited sequel to '80s sci-fi classic Blade Runner. Robin Wright and San Junipero 's Mackenzie Davis are among their co-stars.

Available 28th August

Ex Machina(2014)

Alicia Vikander stars as a humanoid robot who appears to develop feelings in this excellent sci-fi film from The Beach 's Alex Garland.

Available 1st August

Dear White People (2019)

Season three of the comedy-drama series which explores and satirises race relations in modern-day America by following a group of black students navigating life at a fancy Ivy League college.

Available 2nd August

Happy Feet(2006)

What could be more adorable than a family comedy film about tap-dancing penguins? Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman and Robin Williams lead a starry voice cast.

Available 15th August

Kingsman: The Secret Service(2014)

Taron Egerton, Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson star in a stylish and super fun action-comedy about a secret spy organisation. Sofia Boutella and Michael Caine also appear in supporting roles.

Available 24th August

Cable Girls (2019)

Season four of the Spanish-language Netflix series about a group of female switchboard operators living and working in 1920s Madrid.

Available 9th August

Mindhunter (2019)

Season two of the acclaimed US drama series set in the FBI's elite serial crime unit. Jonathan Groff and Anna Torv lead the cast, while Charlize Theron exec produces.

Available 16th August

Styling Hollywood(2019)

This new Netflix series offers an insight into the careers of celebrity stylist Jason Bolden and his interior designer husband Adair Curtis, whose clients include Taraji P. Henson, Gabrielle Union, Eve and Ava DuVernay.

Available 30th August

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (2019)

The new Netflix fantasy series is conceived as a prequel to cult Jim Henson movie The Dark Crystal. It centres on a trio of young Gelflings who rebel against the all-powerful Skeksis who threaten their world, and the awesome voice cast includes Taron Egerton, Nathalie Emmanuel, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Lena Headey and Natalie Dormer.

Available 30th August

Workin' Moms (2019)

Season three of the hit Canadian sitcom about a group of friends dealing with the many challenges of being a busy working mother.

Available 29th August

Shakespeare in Love (1998)

Gwyneth Paltrow won an Oscar for her performance in this charming period rom-com imagining a romance between William Shakespeare (Joseph Fiennes) and a fictional merchant's daughter. Judi Dench co-stars and won an Oscar of her own for just eight minutes of screen time.

Available August date tbc

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