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6 New Best Netflix series you can’t skip This week (July 2020)



At the point when the release of news series on Netflix comes out each month, it in some cases feels like the main decoration has opened up a fire hose of the substance of different kinds: scripted, unscripted, universal, and the sky is the limit from there. With everybody’s restricted time, it’s difficult to make sense of which gives you need to plunk down and gorge. There is a lots of new web series comes on Netflix but we choose the best for you. Yes we bring the collection of 6 New Best Netflix series you can’t skip This week.

The team of Techzimo realize that it is so hard to figure out what to watch the news on Netflix… and we do this professionally. So let us be your guide. The following are speedy reviews of what we think the ten most blazing, most interesting arrangement to make a big appearance on the administration in July will be. They aren’t all Netflix Originals (however most are a direct result of that firehose); just shows we realize individuals will need to watch. Which shows will make it into the Netflix Top 6? The truth will surface eventually!

All the Netflix web series are rated good and recommended to watch in July 2020. So let’s have a look at the top 6 New Best Netflix series you can’t skip This week in July 2020.

Top 6 Netflix series to watch this week (July 2020)

Unsolved Mysteries


CAST: Although the original Unsolved Mysteries had a host in its various incarnations, most famously Robert Stack from 1987-2002, this new version has no host.


DESCRIPTION: A new incarnation of the series that aired on NBC, CBS, Lifetime and SpikeTV from 1987-2010. The haunting theme song has been updated, and you see a ghostly image of Stack during the intro. But the series, produced by creators John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer, feels more like the slickly produced true-crime format that Netflix has aced over the past half-decade. In a new wrinkle, the cases are international, and anyone with leads is directed to the show’s website.


Say I Do


CAST: Jeremiah Brent, Thai Nguyen and Gabriele Bertaccini


DESCRIPTION: From the producers of Queer Eye comes what can best be describes as “Queer Eye for weddings”. Three experts — Brent is an interior designer, Nguyen is a fashion designer and Bertaccini is a chef — swoop in and create surprise dream weddings for eight couples in this new series. Expect a lot of tears… oh, and the brides and grooms will be crying, too. You may just cry trying to add up how expensive everything about these weddings are.

Warrior Nun


CAST: Alba Baptista, Toya Turner, Tristan Ulloa, Lorena Andrea


DESCRIPTION: Based on Ben Dunn’s comic book character Warrior Nun Areala, Warrior Nun starts with a 19-year-old girl named Ava (Baptista) waking up in the morgue. Yes, the morgue. She apparently has gotten a new lease on life because the artifact embedded in her back is divinely blessed. She joins a group of warriors fighting demons on earth, and of course the inevitable battle for her soul between the forces of good and evil ensues.

The Baby-Sitters Club


CAST: Sophie Grace, Malia Baker, Momona Tanada, Shay Rudolph, Xochitl Gomez, Alicia Silverstone, Mark Feuerstein


DESCRIPTION: Rachel Shukert (GLOW) has created an updated version of Ann M. Martin’s hugely popular book series, where a group of 5 middle-school girls create a baby sitting business and form a ultra-supportive, tightly-bonded group. Alicia Silverstone and Mark Feuerstein are also in the cast playing supportive and goofy parents (to the chagrin of many a Gen Xer). A little more diversity, and a few more nods to technology mark this series, but it’s the same feel-good vibe as the books and the 1990 TV series.



CAST: Cate Blanchett, Yvonne Strahovski, Dominic West, Asher Keddie, Fayssal Bazzi, Marta Dusseldorp, Jai Courtney


DESCRIPTION: Blanchett is one of the executive producers of this Australian drama based on a true story. Four strangers — a flight attendant, a refugee, a bureaucrat and a dad who wants to escape his life —  meet in an Australian detention center and make emotional connections as their situations get increasingly dire. Expect lots of talking, escapes, tough talk from government officials, and just enough of Blanchett to keep you watching for the entire series.

Indian Matchmaking


CAST: Seema Taparia


DESCRIPTION: The casting call for this docuseries calls for “upwardly mobile milennials in the U.S. and India who are serious about getting engaged or married.” The selected singles will work with Taparia, the “top desi matchmaker in the world,” who will get to know her clients face-to-face but also use methods like biodata and horoscope matching. A modernized look at the traditional arranged marriage process, it sounds like it’ll be much more than just the two singles meeting for dinner with their parents then getting engaged, doesn’t it?


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