What’s Coming to Netflix UK in August 2017

Welcome back to another update of what’s New On Netflix UK for the month of August. Here, with the help of Netflix and Vodzilla, we will give you the rundown of what new films and TV shows will be added next month. As well as all the global Netflix Originals we post about separately there are a lot of great shows and films on their way – so let’s jump straight to our top picks for new additions to Netflix UK in August.

New Movies on Netflix UK for August

August sees the arrival of some great Netflix Originals (which we discuss weekly) including the live-action remake of classic Manga/anime “Death Note” (25th August) and the documentary about Russian doping in sport, “Icarus“. Groundhog Day-style film “Naked” (11th August) sees Rob repeating his wedding day over and over again until he gets it right.

Other movies for August include the action-packed “Triple 9” (19th August) starring Anthony Mackie, Woody Harrelson, Norman Reedus, Aaron Paul, Kate Winslet and more, sees corrupt cops and a gang of criminals coming together to pull of their biggest heist. “Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd” (1st August), the prequel to a much better film, is coming next month alongside the much better “Gothika” and “Boyz n the Hood

For the younger viewers the great British kids film “All Stars” (1st August) makes a welcome return as well as “Horrid Henry: The Movie“.

New TV on Netflix UK for August

First up we have “Marvel’s The Defenders” (18th August) which sees Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist teaming up to fight crime in New York. There’s also the great Adult Swim cartoon “Rick and Morty” – season 3 of which will be added weekly to Netflix UK. The autism coming-of-age comedy/drama series “Atypical” (11th August) arrives this month too.

Season 1 of BBC drama “New Blood” (1st August) will be joining Netflix UK alongside season 1 of “The Mist” – a new horror series based on the classic Stephen King novel.

Series updates for August include seasons 3-4 of “Blackadder” (15th August) and for the younger viewers there are new seasons of “Home: Adventures With Tip & Oh” (season 3, 11th August), “Voltron: Legendary Defender (season 3, 4th August), “Dinotrux” (season 5, 18th August) and “Dragons: Race to the Edge” (season 5, 25th August).

Don’t forget our list of all weekly episodes on Netflix UK and please let us know what you’re looking forward to this month.

Here is the full list of known additions for Netflix UK for August 2017 (subject to change):

1st August
All Stars
Anarkali of Aarah
AWAKE, A Dream From Standing Rock
Below Her Mouth
Bountiful Blessings: Season 1
Boyka: Undisputed
Bruno and Boots: Go Jump in the Pool
Chuttalabbayi
Curse of the Pink Panther
Dallas Buyers Club
Dark Net: Season 1
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
Entangled: Season 1
Fartsa: Season 1
Hippopotamus
Hogie the Globehopper: Season 1
Horrid Henry: The Movie
Houston, We Have a Problem
Inspector Gadget: Season 2
Justice in the City: Season 1
Locust: Season 1
Max Steel
Maz Jobrani: Immigrant
Method: Season 1
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir: Season 1
Naruda DONORuda
New Blood: Season 1
Opening Night
Penn & Teller: Season 1
Revenge of the Pink Panther
Right Right
Robot Jox
Savage Dog
Seed Of Innocence
Son of the Pink Panther
The Beach
The Birdcage
The Blind Christ
The Bomb
The Dream Catchers: Season 1
The Family Court: Season 1
The Golden Path: Season 1
The Great Train Robbery
The In-Laws: Season 1
The Little Nyonya: Season 1
The Pink Panther Strikes Again
The Truth About Alcohol
The Truth: Season 1
The Wedding Party
Tie The Knot
Together: Season 1
Trail of the Pink Panther
Under Arrest: Season 6
Vroomiz: Season 3
Wake Wood
We Speak Dance: Season 1
Women Who Kill Lions
World War II in Colour
X2 (X-Men 2)

2nd August
Godzilla (1998)
Jab We Met
Killjoys: Season 2

3rd August
The Day of the Jackal (1973)
When the Bough Breaks

4th August
Alan Saldaña: Mi vida de pobre
Dope
Icarus
Lockup: State Prisons: Collection 1
Love & Mercy
The Headhunter’s Calling
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 3
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later

5th August
Warrior’s Gate

6th August
Selfless

7th August
Hostel
The Black Room

8th August
First Love: Season 1
Good Time: Season 1
Hey, Kids!: Season 1
If Life Cheats You: Season 1

9th August
The Base

10th August
Diary of an Exorcist – Zero
Shut In

11th August
Atypical: Season 1
Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh: Season 3
Naked
Sweet Sixteen
True and The Rainbow Kingdom: Season 1

12th August
Pray For Rain

13th August
Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo

14th August
Bride and Prejudice
The Outcasts

15th August
Blackadder: Seasons 3-4
Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo
The Sweet Life
We’re No Animals

16th August
Envy

17th August
The Girl Who Played with Fire

18th August
Dinotrux: Season 5
Glitter Force Doki Doki: Season 1
Marvel’s The Defenders: Season 1
What Happened to Monday

19th August
Hide and Seek
Triple 9
What She Put on the Table: Seasons 1

21st August
All About Love: Season 1
Bad Rap
Dickensian: Season 1
Unacknowledged

22nd August
Lynne Koplitz: Hormonal Beast
Wasteland

23rd August
Feel Rich
Gothika

25th August
Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 5
Disjointed: Part 1
Death Note
I.T.
The D Train
The Mist: Season 1

26th August
Buster’s Mal Heart

28th August
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Ryan Hamilton: Happy Face

29th August
Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary
Fantastic Four
Killing Me Softly

30th August
Boyz n the Hood

31st August
The Other Boleyn Girl

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11 thoughts on “What’s Coming to Netflix UK in August 2017

    1. I’m sick of Netflix to I’ve been with them pretty much since they came to UK and the quality of content is now terrible yes they have some good Netflix original series but apart from that everything else seems to be crap I’m sick of most of the new additions being foreign I pay for the UK service not a Korean or Indian service I think we should be able have the same quality as other countries like USA or Australia it would be nice to have some decent films to watch

      1. You want a UK service so don’t want Korean or Indian. Yet you want American films? Seems odd… Wanting the same content worldwide means we also get Korean and Indian stuff too. You don’t HAVE to watch it. But guess what? America and Australia also get them…

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