Summer is officially here, and Netflix has decided to bring the heat with a new slate of exciting releases. This month, the streaming giant is set to release several programs – both acquired and original – that feature famous black actors. From Keegan Michael-Key in the comedy show “Friends From College” to Cedric the Entertainer as the leading actor in “Code Name: The Cleaner,” there are a lot of picks to choose from.

‘Code Name: The Cleaner’

“Code Name: The Cleaner” was an American comedy film directed and co-produced by Les Mayfield.

It featured Callum Keith Rennie, Cedric the Entertainer, and Nicollette Sheridan. New Line Cinema released the film in January 2007, and it met positive reviews by critics. “Code Name: The Cleaner” is coming to Netflix this Sunday so you can make your plans with your family and friends. Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 48% based on 101 reviews.

‘Are We There Yet’

Ice Cube played the leading role in this action comedy directed by Brian Levant and scripted by Steven Gary Banks. Released in 2005, “Are We There Yet” was based on a novel of the same name by David Stem, and it featured Nia Long, Philip Daniel Bolden, Tracy Morgan and Aleisha Allen in the supporting characters.

The film is hitting Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu by the end of this month.

‘Boat Trip’

Released in 2003, “Boat Trip” was an American comedy directed and co-written by Mort Nathan, starring Cuba Gooding, Horatio Sanz, Roger Moore, Vivica Fox, and Roselyn Sánchez. The film was released in Canada and the United States in April 2003, and its story revolved around two best friends, Jerry and Nick, whose love life hits rock bottom.

In the United States and South Korea, “Boat Trip” opened at No. 7 and grossed over $36 million in 1315 theaters. In total, it had a worldwide gross of $150 million.

‘Friends from College’

“Friends from College’ is a Netflix original television show created by Francesca Delbanco and Nicholas Stoller. The first season consists of eight half-hour episodes and is set to premiere on the streaming service on July 14, 2017.

Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon, Fred Savage, and Jae Suh Park play the leading characters in “Friends from College.”

‘Last Chance U’

“Last Chance U” was a 2016 series produced by Netflix showing the 2015 American football season for East Mississippi Community College. Netflix has reportedly renewed the show for a second season, and Coach Buddy Stephens and Brittany Wagner are returning from the previous season.

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