Summer is the perfect time for staying inside and catching up all the series you missed in the past few months. With the so many excellent television shows, it is tough for you to choose the best ones. Netflix updated its list of titles at the beginning of July. The streaming giant had itself a notable July 11. In one day, news broke of two new series coming to Netflix: “Safe” and “Umbrella Academy.” If you have plans to watch some exciting shows over the weekend, this may be the right list for you.

‘Iron Fist’

Iron Fist” is an American web television series created by Scott Buck for Netflix, based on an MCU character of the same name.

The show had its premiere in the second of week of March, with the full season of thirteen episodes releasing on Netflix in the third week of March. The cast included Finn Jones, Jessica Henwick, Ramón Rodríguez, Sacha Dhawan, Tom Pelphrey, Rosario Dawson, David Wenham, and Jessica Stroup. Kevin Fitzpatrick from Screen Crush named “Iron Fist” as the “best Netflix show to date.” However, Alan Sepinwall of Uproxx called it the “worst web television series.”

‘Hemlock Grove’

“Hemlock Grove” is a Netflix original horror series, produced by Eli Roth and directed by Brian McGreevy. The show was based on a novel of the same name by McGreevy. It examined the strange happenings in a fictional town in Pennsylvania.

On June 20, it was reported that Netflix had renewed the series for another season, which might premiere on the streaming service in 2018. The show featured Famke Janssen, Bill Skarsgård, Landon Liboiron, Penelope Mitchell, Freya Tingley, Kaniehtiio Horn, and Dougray Scott.

‘Fuller House’ – TV show

Fuller House” served as a continuation of the 1995 show of the same name, aired as a Netflix original series.

It was produced by Jeff Franklin in associations with Miller-Boyett Productions and Warner Horizon Television. The story revolved around a widow, Tanner-Fuller, who received financial support from her friend and mother after the death of her husband. Most of the original series ensemble cast reprised their characters on “Fuller House,” either as regulars or in guest appearances.

The second season received more positive reviews from critics than the first season. Jenny Varner from IGN gave the show a mixed 6/10 score. She wrote that “Fuller House” was a good show but it needed a lot of work to get more views on Netflix.

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