Netflix brings Nigerians in July with new titles and collections

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Streaming platform, Netflix has hinted at the collection of films that will be released for the month of July urging its subscribers to prepare to be thrilled once again.

In a statement released to Tribune Online in Lagos on Monday, Netflix said that as part of its plan to entertain and delight millions of its subscribers, it will host some of the most anticipated Nigerian movies for the new month on its platform.

According to the statement released by Chado Eyitayo, its team leader and media strategist, July ushers in the second half of the year with an unlimited number of challenging and compelling titles that would have you on the edge of your seats.

From the licensed titles category comes the trio of Prophetess, The Ghost and the Tout aussi and the folks at My Village to keep you laughing out loud and not forgetting the local titles already streaming on the service – Blood Sisters, Man Of God, Ayinla, Dazzling Mirage and many more.

According to the release, movies such as Resident Evil, The Gray Man, The Most Hated Man on the Internet, Prophetess, The Ghost and the Equally, My Village People and many more are coming to the streaming platform.

With local titles already airing on the service – Blood Sisters, Man Of God, Ayinla, Dazzling Mirage and more, the second half of the year comes with a limitless number of challenging and compelling titles that are a mix of action, drama, comedy and adventure.

“These titles are sure to take your streaming experience to a whole new level this July, starting with Resident Evil where years after a viral outbreak caused a global apocalypse and Jade Wesker swore to bring down those responsible while struggling to survive against the Infected at the Gray Man; The Internet’s Most Hated Man, a new documentary series that chronicles a mother’s crusade against the ruthless owner of a porn site.

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