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Netflix This Week: 19 New Titles, Mary Poppins Returns

Netflix this week (July 7-13) plans to add 19 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including 12 originals. (Note: Netflix labels a show an ‘original’ even if it first airs in another country, but airs first on Netflix in the United States.)

The new titles will include Blown Away, a Netflix original reality show featuring competing glass blowers; and Point Blank, a Netflix original film starring Frank Grillo and Anthony Mackie as unlikely partners trying to foil a kidnapping.

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Also notable: Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns (pictured above), the 2018 remake of the children’s classic. This installment stars Emily Blunt as the magical nanny.

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Here is the complete list of new titles coming this week to Netflix streaming:

Tuesday, July 9:
Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns
Kinky

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Wednesday, July 10:
Family Reunion (Netflix Family)
Grand Designs: Season 10
Grand Designs: Season 15
Parchís: El documental (Netflix Original)

Thursday, July 11:
Cities of Last Things (Netflix Film)

Friday, July 12:
3Below: Tales of Arcadia: Part 2 (Netflix Family)
4 latas (Netflix Film)
Blown Away (Netflix Original)
Bonus Family: Season 3 (Netflix Original)
Extreme Engagement (Netflix Original)

Kidnapping Stella (Netflix Film)
Luis Miguel: The Series: Season 1
Point Blank (Netflix Film)
Smart People
Taco Chronicles (Netflix Original)
True Tunes: Songs (Netflix Family)

Saturday, July 13:
Sorry Angel

— Phillip Swann

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1 Comment on Netflix This Week: 19 New Titles, Mary Poppins Returns

  1. Barbara Jackson // July 7, 2019 at 1:38 pm // Reply

    Why have we lost Direct TV Channel 3 on Thursday (4th of July “Macy’s Parade”. We live in Lawton, Oklahoma. We have experienced this type of situation in the past that took a long time to resolve with it being a financial tuft with local companies and a large Broadcast System elsewhere. The cost & control should be overseen by an organization that represents us. Who is that & How can I contact them via phone & address & person in charge of this outage of Channel 3?

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