New Netflix releases: the trilogy “Men in Black”, “Space Jam”, “Skyfall” and other films and TV shows broadcast in August 2022.

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A Netflix subscription can be the key to many kinds of thrills. Like its competitors, the big red streamer will bring some big guns for August 2022. Looney Tunes are going to play the basketball of their lives, James Bond will protect his boss from a madman, and the Men in Black are the last, best line of defense against the universal bastard, which will last for three films. In addition, Neil Gaiman’s classic film “The Sandman” is finally making its debut in its game adaptation.

Of course, there is a lot to catch up on, and you need to be prepared. The Netflix lineup for July 2022 is still available if you want to make sure you haven’t missed anything. When you are ready to dive into what awaits you next month, come back here! Because now it’s time to see what awaits Netflix in August 2022.

New on Netflix for the week of August 1: the trilogy “Men in Black”, “Sandman”, “Skyfall” and much more

Netflix presents another key title from the Daniel Craig era about James Bond in Skyfall, a fan favorite in which Agent 007 reveals some deep and dark secrets from MI6’s past. Also, if you’re celebrating the 25th anniversary of “Men in Black” and you really like sequels, all three adventures with Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith will also appear online this week.

New on Netflix for the week of August 1: the trilogy “Men in Black”, “Sandman”, “Skyfall” and much more

New on Netflix for the week of August 7: “Day Shift”, “Nice Guys”, “Locks and Keys”, Season 3 and much more

If you can’t do a job with a buddy, is it worth doing this job? “Men in Black” aren’t the only partners having fun at work as part of Netflix for August 2022, as in the underrated crime comedy “Nice Guys,” Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe figure out some dark business in Los Angeles in the 70s.

Or, if you’re looking for a more modern gimmick, Day Shift pits Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg against another challenge in the city of angels: vampires. However, be careful: blink and you might miss the third and final season of Locke & Key, which sums it up.