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Everything You Need for the Ultimate Summer ‘Staycation’

Featuring several highly-anticipated continuations of our favorite shows to binge-watch, see the world from the comfort of your own home with Netflix’s Summer 2023 ‘Staycation’ releases.

Los Angeles, CA (April 19, 2023) – Looking for some much-needed rest and relaxation this summer? Travel no further than your own couch! This summer, plan the ultimate ‘staycation’ with Netflix’s star-studded Summer 2023 releases.

With a wide array of long-awaited series continuations to some of our favorite Netflix offerings, plus some great new original content, Netflix subscribers will have an easy time choosing which series or movie to watch this summer. Plus, this year’s releases come with a fun twist that’s sure to take your staycation to the next level. Each release will offer special, behind-the-scenes trivia of set locations, providing major inspiration for your travel bucket list.

We’re especially looking forward to the Bridgerton season 3 release and its expansive trivia. Viewers can learn about the Bridgerton family’s Wisteria-clad mansion (Ranger’s House in Greenwich, south-east London) and several other iconic sights from the series, all while watching from their own home. Plus, we have to see what happens with Colin and Penelope – if anything at all!

“We’re so thrilled to announce our newest show and movie offerings with our ‘Ultimate Summer Staycation,’” said Bela Bajaria, Netflix’s Chief Content Officer. “There’s truly something for everyone. From the long-awaited season six of The Crown to the newly created drama series Painkiller, Netflix subscribers are going to have plenty to watch, and plenty of places to immerse themselves in this summer.”

See some of the highly-anticipated releases for Netflix’s ‘Ultimate Summer Staycation’ below:


  • June 3 Break Point Part 2: The tennis docuseries which will cover 2022’s Wimbledon and US Open tournaments.
  • June 16 Extraction 2: Tyler Rake is back after barely surviving his mission in Bangladesh, and his next task is even deadlier.
  • June 24 Emily in Paris season 4: Following season 3’s shocking ending, Emily will have to navigate complicated personal and work relationships, and how they come into conflict with each other.


  • July 2 Never Have I Ever season 4: With things steaming up in Devi’s love life, the relatable main character has a lot of life and love lessons to learn as she enters her senior year of high school.
  • July 11 Painkiller: A Netflix Original drama series about the origins of the opioid crisis and its effect on the United States.
  • July 21 — They Cloned Tyrone: A series of eerie events thrust the unlikely trio of John Boyega, Jamie Foxx, and Teyonah Parris onto the trail of a criminal government conspiracy.
  • July 23 The Crown season 6: This season explores the tragic death of Princess Diana in 1997, and the aftermath following it. 


  • August 4 — All the Light We Cannot See: The star-studded limited drama series that follows the story between a blind French teenager and a German soldier during World War II.
  • August 11 — Heart of Stone: The spy thriller film starring Gal Gadot as Rachel Stone, an intelligence operative who’s addicted to adrenaline.
  • August 29 — Bridgerton season 3: The fan-favorite plans to follow Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan), who has finally given up on her long-held crush on Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) – or so she thinks.

Whether you want to see Prague through the rakish eyes of Chris Hemsworth in Extraction 2 or visit the Eiffel Tower with Emily in Paris season 4, it’s time to mark your calendars for Netflix’s ‘Ultimate Summer Staycation!’

To see the full list of summer releases, visit


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*Note: I have no affiliation with Netflix. This content is for an academic project only.