The beginning of a new month means new titles are coming to Netflix. August 2017 will bring dozens of new movies and TV shows to the streaming service. Whether you’re looking for a classic action movie or want to catch a new Netflix original TV show, there are plenty of choices. These are some of the best titles being added to Netflix in August 2017:

“The Matrix” — Aug. 1 — Neo (Keanu Reeves) is a computer programmer who learns that his reality isn’t quite as real as he once thought. Knowing the truth, however, puts him in more danger than ever. Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss also star in this 1998 sci-fi movie.

“A Cinderella Story” — Aug. 1 — Who doesn’t love a modern fairytale? Hilary Duff stars as a waitress with a vindictive stepmother and stepsisters in this Disney movie. Chad Michael Murray stars as the popular jock who needs to find out the identity of the masked belle of the ball. Regina King, Jennifer Collidge and Dan Byrd also appear in the 2004 family movie.

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“Practical Magic” — Aug. 1 — Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock star as magical sisters Gillian and Sally in this 1998 romantic comedy. When Gillian’s mean boyfriend unexpectedly dies, the women try to bring him back from the dead. They accidentally put an evil spirit in his body.

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“Practical Magic,” starring Sandra Bullock, is coming to Netflix in August. Warner Bros.

“The Founder” — Aug. 2 — Michael Keaton stars as businessman Ray Kroc in this 2016 black comedy. Kroc comes across two men running a burger business in Southern California, and he sees the potential for something more. He takes their company and turns it into McDonald’s.

“Sing” — Aug. 3 — This 2016 animated comedy shows a koala trying to save the theater he loves with a singing competition. Five unlikely singers become top competitors. The Garth Jennings-directed movie features the voices of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson and Tori Kelly.

“Atypical” Season 1 — Aug. 11 — This Netflix original series follows Sam (Keir Gilchrist), an 18-year-old with autism who decides that he wants what pretty much any young adult wants: love and independence. That’s going to be a little difficult for his family to handle since they’ve built their whole lives around taking care of him. Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rapaport play his parents.

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“Atypical” Season 1 is one of many new TV shows on Netflix in August. Netflix

“Marvel’s The Defenders” — Aug. 18 — Marvel fans have been waiting a couple years for this Netflix miniseries. The eight-episode season will follow Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist (Finn Jones) as a truly terrible force of evil brings them together. Not much is known about what the villainous Alexandra (Sigourney Weaver) wants, but she’ll be using Elektra (Elodie Yung) as her weapon.

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“I Am Sam” — Aug. 18 — The Academy Award-winning drama follows Sam (Sean Penn), a mentally-challenged man raising his daughter Lucy (Dakota Fanning). When Lucy is 7-years-old, she surpasses her dad on an intellectual level. They run into trouble when a social worker wants to take Lucy away from Sam.

“The Good Place” Season 1 — Aug. 29 — Kristen Bell and Ted Danson’s hilarious comedy about a woman who “accidentally” ends up in the wrong part of the afterlife is finally hitting Netflix just before the second season’s Sept. 20 premiere. The half-hour show follows Eleanor (Bell) as she tries to overcome being a terrible person to fit into the afterlife.

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“The Good Place” Season 1 will be released on Netflix at the end of August 2017. NBC