Netflix is making sure you have movies and TV shows to watch all summer. The streaming giant will add several new titles throughout July, and it looks like everyone is in for a treat. Whether you’re looking to watch Academy Award winners, catch up on the latest TV shows or see some Netflix originals, you’re in luck. Netflix is adding something for everyone in July.

“Titanic” — July 1 — Relive the epic love story again. The 1997 movie about the doomed ship will hit Netflix at the beginning of the month, so have tissues ready. It follows Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio), a penniless artist, as he falls for Rose (Kate Winslet), a wealthy girl in first class with a fiancé she doesn’t love.

“The Originals” Season 4 — July 1 — The Mikaelsons have been through more than ever this year. The season kicks off with a 5-year time jump, and little Hope proves to be more powerful than anyone ever imagined. The fourth season of the CW drama just finished in June.

READ: Will Caroline Forbes Join “The Originals” Season 5?

Catch up on “The Originals” Season 4 when it hits Netflix in July. The CW

“Disney’s​ The Mighty Ducks” — July 1 — Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez) is sentenced to community service after driving drunk, so the former hockey star has to coach a team. They Ducks are losing regularly until Bombay comes along and helps them realize their full potential. TV fans can see young Jussie Smollett (“Empire”) and Joshua Jackson (“The Affair”) in the movie.

“Speech and Debate” — July 6 — This comedy is perfect for current or former theater geeks. Teens revive their school’s speech and debate club after getting fed up with the conservative adults around them. Sarah Steele, Liam James and Austin P. McKenzie star. “Glee” alum Darren Criss and “Hamilton” star Lin-Manuel Miranda make appearances as well.

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“Lion” is one of several Academy Award nominated movies being added to Netflix in July 2017. Mark Rogers/Long Way Home Productions

“Lion” — July 9 — Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman star in this movie, based on the true story of a man who goes looking for his birth parents after getting lost as a child. The 2016 flick was recently nominated for several Academy Awards.

“To The Bone” — July 14 — Lily Collins stars in this drama about a young girl fighting anorexia. After various treatment programs, her family tries sending her to a nontraditional program. Keanu Reeves and Carrie Preston also star. The Netflix original movie was written by Marti Noxon, who has previously penned critically acclaimed TV shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “UnREAL.”

READ: Lily Collins’ Emotional ‘To The Bone’ Trailer Released

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“Rogue One” will be available to stream on Netflix in July. Lucasfilm

“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” — July 18 — This 2016 “Star Wars” movie takes place between “Episode III” and “Episode IV.” Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) becomes a spy for the Rebel Alliance and wants to steal the plans for the Death Star, the weapon her father worked on.

“The Incredible Jessica James” — July 28 — No, this is not a follow up to Netflix’s superhero show “Jessica Jones.” The comedy, starring “The Daily Show” alum Jessica Williams, looks much lighter. The movie originally premiered at Sundance, and it follows Williams’ character as she goes on a date with Chris O’Dowd’s recently divorced character. The two have to figure out how to make relationships work in a social media-obsessed world.

Of course, with so many movies and TV shows being added, some will also be leaving. Check out which titles will disappear from Netflix in July HERE.