A new month means a new slew of shows and movies are added to Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon prime – and many are taken away. The novelty of summer is wearing, and we’re spending many hours in our air-conditioned rooms. That means we have a lot of time for catching up on Netflix. The streaming giant has released its lineup of titles for the month of August, and we’ve figured out that “Dead Note,” “The League,” “Voltron: Legendary Defender” and “Hunter X Hunter” are the most prominent shows.

‘Death Note’

The Daily Mail confirms that “Death Note” will be available on Netflix from August 25.

The series’ release outside America and Japan was met with a wave of copycat crimes. According to PEOPLE magazine, “Death Note” is admired for its engaging topic that children should listen to their parents. Director by Tetsuro Araki, “Death Note” has won the Eagle Award for Favourite Manga as voted by UK fans. Nisio Isin writes the 37-episode show.

‘The League’

Subscribers should be happy because all seasons of “The League” are coming to Netflix on August 30. A few days ago, Tommy Little told the Daily Mail that though his series could not impress the audiences, it would certainly come to Netflix and other streaming websites in coming weeks. The story revolves around Peter who divorces his wife in the pilot episode.

“The League” stars Stephen Rannazzisi, Nick Kroll, Paul Scheer, Jon Lajoie, and Katie Aselton in the leading characters. Because of the family friendly time slot, Tommy Little named “The League” as “an engaging drama.” The series was given a pilot order in July 2009, with Jeff Schaffer and Jackie Schaffer serving as screenplay writers.

‘Hunter X Hunter’

Anime fans should get their fill for the five seasons of "Hunter X Hunter" before it expires from Netflix. Written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi, “Hunter X Hunter” has been a huge financial and critical success and is one of Shueisha's most famous shows, having sold over 70 million copies in the United States and Japan.

‘Voltron: Legendary Defender’

This ongoing American drama has a 78-episode commitment from Netflix. “Voltron: Legendary Defender” features Josh Keaton, Steven Yeun, Jeremy Shada, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Tyler Labine, Kimberly Brooks, and Rhys Darby in the leading characters. The show was confirmed in January 2016 when DreamWorks Animation and Netflix announced that a new series would debut as part of their multi-year agreement.