Newest Summer Additions to Netflix and More

What time is it? Summertime, of course! It’s time for lounging around at the pool, tanning at the beach, hanging out with friends and most importantly, relaxing and enjoying your time off from school.

Valley knows just how important relaxing can be, and whether it’s through painting, reading, drawing or watching Netflix, it should be something you enjoy.

If you’re someone who prefers watching Netflix or other streaming services such as Amazon or Hulu over other activities, you’re in luck. Summer 2017 has a lot of new shows, movies and seasons coming your way!

Netflix, Amazon and Hulu have each released schedules for June and July 2017, but we at Valley picked a few of our favorites.

In June, Netflix brought back a few movies, added new seasons to a few television shows, and premiered a few brand new things.

Netflix debuted new seasons of “Orange is the New Black,” “Flaked,” “Quantico,” “The Ranch,” “Agents of Shield,” “Baby Daddy” and “Young & Hungry” this month. It has also introduced a few new comedy specials including “Oh Hello on Broadway” and “Chris D’Elia: Man on Fire,” and a more original televisions series, including “G.L.O.W.” and “Gypsy.”

In addition to the release of new seasons and new content in June, Netflix also added a variety of movies, including “13 Going On 30,” “Zodiac,” “Moana” and “Trolls.”

Also to come to Netflix, in August 2017, are two original television series called “MARVEL’s The Defenders” (August 18) and “Disjointed” (August 25).

Amazon also released new seasons of television series in June, including “Prison Break,” “Suits” and “All or Nothing.” In addition to these new seasons, Amazon is now streaming a slew of movies including “The Grateful Dead Movie,” “Urge,” “Ocean’s Eleven,” “Ocean’s Twelve” and “Star Trek Beyond.”

But wait— there’s more! Hulu released new seasons of television series in June, including “black-ish,” “Rizzoli & Isles,” and “American Ninja Warrior.” It also released the films “Urge,” “Tarzan,” and “Free the Nipple.” In addition to these series and films, Hulu released a new documentary called “Dumb: The Story of Big Brother Magazine.”

Hulu is also debuting a new season of the television series “Difficult People” in August.

No matter what your preferred streaming site is, Valley guarantees that you’ll be able to find something to suit your film and television needs this summer!