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Samantar 2, Young Royals, Dynasty Warriors: What to watch on July 1

From an Italian series set in the world of a young prince to a documentary that follows deaf high school footballers, here's everything that starts streaming today.

Written by Sampada Sharma | New Delhi |
Updated: July 1, 2021 10:33:45 am
young royalsYoung Royals is streaming on Netflix.

The first half of the year 2021 is over, and as we start July with a clean slate, Netflix is set to present many global titles to its audience. Here’s everything that starts streaming from July 1.




Young Royals Netflix Swedish
Dynasty Warriors Netflix Mandarin
Generation 56k Netflix Italian
Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway Netflix Japanese
Audible Netflix English
Samantar 2 MX Player Marathi

Samantar 2: MX Player

The first season of the Marathi thriller followed the story of a man name Kumar Mahajan (Swwapnil Joshi) who is searching for Sudarshan Chakrapani (Nitish Bharadwaj), a man who had already lived the same life as Kumar and could tell him what’s to happen in the time to come. The show ended on a cliffhanger with Kumar having found Chakrapani and his diaries of the past, which reveal what Kumar’s future will look like. Now, in the second season, Kumar will try to alter his destiny as he knows his future. Samantar 2 will also be dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

Young Royals: Netflix

The Swedish series focuses on the life of a prince who is struggling to balance his traditional roots with his new lifestyle.

Dynasty Warriors: Netflix

The Mandarin film, based on the video game series of the same name, starts streaming on Netflix from July 1. Dynasty Warriors’ official synopsis reads, “Based on Koei Tecmo’s namesake game. The Yellow Turban Rebellion breaks out in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. With the help of his trusted right-hand men Guan Yu and Zhang Fei, militia leader Liu Pei successfully suppresses the revolt. The calculating warlord Dong Zhuo takes advantage of the situation and takes control of the court, stirring further unrest.”

Audible: Netflix

This Netflix documentary follows a group of deaf high-schoolers who are trying to keep up with their winning streak amid the tragic loss of a friend. “The Football player Amaree McKenstry-Hall and his Maryland School for the Deaf teammates attempt to defend their winning streak while coming to terms with the tragic loss of a close friend. The graduating students face mounting pressures of entering the hearing world while tackling adversity and demanding to be heard in this moving coming-of-age story,” reads the film’s synopsis.

Generation 56k: Netflix

The show’s official synopsis reads, “Italy, late 90s: Internet finally lands on the small island of Procida, forever changing the love lives of the teenagers Daniel, Matilda, Luca and Sandro. Twenty years later internet will reconnect them again, showing that, even in a completely different world, certain feelings never change.”

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