Yes, Netflix, we're still watching.

Looking for something new to binge on? The streaming service updates its roster of TV shows and movies monthly, so there's always something "on."

Here are our picks for what to stream, and what to look forward to in the weeks to come.

‘Pretty Little Liars’ (Seasons 1-7B) July 20

Say farewell to Rosewood and all of the
Say farewell to Rosewood and all of the liars' drama when the Freeform series comes to a close with season 7B. (Credit: ABC Family)

‘To The Bone’ July 14

The Netflix original focuses on a woman's struggle
The Netflix original focuses on a woman's struggle with anorexia, something that hit home for actress Lily Collins. Collins, who has spoken publicly about battling eating disorders in the past, lost a significant amount of weight for the role. (Credit: Netflix )

‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ July 18

Channel the Force when you stream the highly
Channel the Force when you stream the highly anticipated "Star Wars" film starring Felicity Jones and Diego Luna. (Credit: Giles Keyte)

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‘Bad Santa 2’ July 8

Your favorite mall Santa, Willie Soke (Billy Bob
Your favorite mall Santa, Willie Soke (Billy Bob Thornton), returns to ruin Christmas once again. The holiday may be months away, but Netflix is gearing up by adding the 2016 sequel to its roster. (Credit: Jan Thijs)

‘Titanic’ July 1

No matter how many times you watch Rose
No matter how many times you watch Rose let go, the heartbreak of James Cameron's "Titanic" never gets old. (Credit: Paramount Pictures)

'GLOW' (Season 1) June 23

Alison Brie stars as Ruth, an actress who
Alison Brie stars as Ruth, an actress who gets involved with a women's wrestling team -- pink sparkles, spandex and all. The Netflix original is based on a comedy/drama from the '80s: "Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling." (Credit: Netflix )

'Baby Daddy' (Seasons 1-6)

Will the city-set series' leading man, Ben Wheeler
Will the city-set series' leading man, Ben Wheeler (Jean-Luc Bilodeau), finally find love? The ABC Family/Freeform favorite won't be back for a seventh season. (Credit: ABC Family)

'Scandal' (Seasons 1-6)

Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) and associates are at
Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) and associates are at the center of yet another presidential election. Expect to say goodbye to a somewhat-important character on the show. The ABC series will end after season 7. (Credit: ABC / Tony Rivetti)

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'The Ranch' (Parts 1-3)

Seeing Danny Masterson and Ashton Kutcher from
Seeing Danny Masterson and Ashton Kutcher from "That '70s show" together again is reason enough to watch this Netflix original. (Credit: Netflix / Greg Gayne)

'Quantico' (Seasons 1-2)

Once a story about Alex (Priyanka Chopra) and
Once a story about Alex (Priyanka Chopra) and the inner workings of the FBI, season 2 switches focus to the CIA. Bonus: The second season filmed in New York City. (Credit: ABC / Eric Liebowitz)

'Orange Is the New Black' (Seasons 1-5)

Taking place over the course of the three
Taking place over the course of the three crucial days that follow Poussey Washington's death, the prison is in full-on riot mode. Alex (Laura Prepon) and Piper (Taylor Schilling) think they can stay out of trouble -- as if. (Credit: Netflix / JoJo Whilden)

'13 Going on 30'

What's easier -- being a teen or an
What's easier -- being a teen or an adult? For Jenna (Jennifer Garner) both can be mastered with the help of pink clothes, glittery makeup, sleepovers and sing-alongs. (Credit: Cabbage Patch Kids)

'The Secret Life of Pets'

What does Fido really do when you're at
What does Fido really do when you're at work all day? "The Secret Life of Pets" gives you a glimpse into the daily doings of you furry friend, and might even inspire you to install a pet cam. (Credit: TNS)

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'Casting JonBenet'

We can't even get through the trailer without
We can't even get through the trailer without chills. The latest look at the unsolved death of child beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey in 1996 is told through the eyes of actors auditioning to play the roles of JonBenét and her family. (Credit: Netflix)

‘The Fosters’ (Seasons 1-4)

Callie's on the brink of a prison sentence
Callie's on the brink of a prison sentence (again), Jesus is recovering from serious trauma and Brandon and Mariana are helping Emma keep a pretty big secret. (Credit: ABC / Freeform)

‘Switched at Birth’ (Seasons 1-5)

Catch up on the first four years the
Catch up on the first four years the drama before the oddly connected Kennish and Vasquez families say goodbye in the fifth and final season. In typical family-friendly fashion, the Freeform drama squeezes in plenty of politically and racially charged topics. (Credit: ABC / Freeform)

‘Master of None’ (Seasons 1-2)

Dev is back in New York trying to
Dev is back in New York trying to figure out where to eat, sleep and more ... just like you. (Credit: Netflix / KC Bailey)

‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ (Seasons 1-3)

We hope the third season sees Kimmy Schmidt
We hope the third season sees Kimmy Schmidt visiting Santa at Macy's Herald Square and more of Titus channeling Beyoncé. (Credit: Netflix )

‘Southpaw’

This boxing flick starring Jake Gyllenhaal will appeal
This boxing flick starring Jake Gyllenhaal will appeal to the drama lover, just not those who are super squeamish. Gyllenhaal plays boxer Billy "The Great" Hope who has to fight to get his daughter back outside of the ring. (Credit: Scott Garfield)

'Kevin Hart: What Now?'

Kick back for a good laugh with
Kick back for a good laugh with "Kevin Hart: What Now," the film version of the comedian's hometown Philadelphia tour stop in 2015. (Credit: Getty Images)

'13 Reasons Why'

Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) leaves behind 13 oh-so-outdated
Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) leaves behind 13 oh-so-outdated cassette tapes explaining what led her to commit suicide. Jay Asher's best-selling novel comes to life in this highly addictive Netflix series produced by Selena Gomez. (Credit: Netflix )

'2017'

Netflix is becoming your comedy go-to. The first
Netflix is becoming your comedy go-to. The first of two Netflix-exclusive stand-up specials by Louis C.K. was filmed in Washington, D.C. (Credit: Getty Images for The Bob Woodruff Foundation)

'Gossip Girl'

That's right, your favorite Upper East Siders are
That's right, your favorite Upper East Siders are on Netflix. Relive the city-set drama and try to be shocked when you find the mystery blogger's identity all over again. (Credit: The CW / Patrick Harbron)

'Dave Chappelle'

The Dave Chappelle you missed is back with
The Dave Chappelle you missed is back with two throwback stand-up comedy specials. The two-hour-long specials include footage from Chappelle's 2015 show in Austin, Texas, and 2016 show in Los Angeles. (Credit: Netflix )

'How To Get Away With Murder' (Seasons 1-3)

The second season took on a whole new
The second season took on a whole new case when adopted siblings were charged with murder. The drama continues in the third, which leaves us all on the edge of our seats wondering who's under the sheet. (Credit: ABC / Mitchell Haaseth)

'Amy Schumer: The Leather Special'

"Amy Schumer: The Leather Special" has a good riff on gun control, but almost all of her first special revolves around you-know-what. She has a few good laughs about her outfit choice (hence the comedy special's name). (Credit: Marcus Price)

'Love' (Seasons 1-2)

A self-proclaimed sex and love addict (Gillian Jacobs)
A self-proclaimed sex and love addict (Gillian Jacobs) falls for an on-set tutor (Paul Rust), but it's not all warm and fuzzy between these two. (Credit: Netflix / Suzanne Hanover)

'Finding Dory'

It was only a matter of time before
It was only a matter of time before Dory got lost. The "Finding Nemo" sequel gives us an in depth look at the fish's past ... which helps us understand why she's so lovably spacey. (Credit: Disney / Pixar)

'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' (Season 1-2)

Rebecca Bunch is a high-profile lawyer in NYC
Rebecca Bunch is a high-profile lawyer in NYC ... for a hot minute, at least. Bunch, played by Rachel Bloom, ditches Manhattan and heads to West Covina, California, in the first episode to follow her obsession -- or love interest -- Josh Chan. (Credit: The CW / Scott Everett White)

'The People v. O.J. Simpson'

Golden Globe-winner Sarah Paulson stars as Marcia Clark
Golden Globe-winner Sarah Paulson stars as Marcia Clark in this crime drama following the gripping O.J. Simpson case. (Credit: TNS)

'Girl Meets World' (Seaons 1-3)

Yes, it's on Disney, but any
Yes, it's on Disney, but any "Boy Meets World" fan will enjoy this spinoff following Cory and Topanga Matthews and their new life in New York City. (Credit: Netflix)

'Magic Mike'

This Channing Tatum flick features lots and lots
This Channing Tatum flick features lots and lots of scenes of the actor with his shirt off. If that's your sort of thing, you'll be hoping the sequel makes it to Netflix stat. (Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures / Claudette Barius)

'The Crown' (Season 1)

"The Crown" follows the royal life of Queen Elizabeth II, because you need more drama in your life. (Credit: Netflix)

'The Fundamentals of Caring'

Watch Selena Gomez in
Watch Selena Gomez in "The Fundamentals of Caring," a Netflix flick about an 18-year-old, wheelchair-bound shut-in with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, played by Craig Roberts. (Credit: Netflix / Annette Brown)

'Barry'

Missing Obama? Take a look back at his
Missing Obama? Take a look back at his youth in "Barry." The film picks up with a young Obama at Columbia University in 1981. (Credit: Netflix / Linda Kallerus)

'Alice Through the Looking Glass'

Alice is back to save the day --
Alice is back to save the day -- and the Hatter -- but can she do it in time? "Alice Through the Looking Glass" isn't lacking interesting plot twists. (Credit: Walt Disney Pictures / Peter Mountain)

'A Series of Unfortunate Events' (Season 1)

The Baudelaire orphans must face the evil Count
The Baudelaire orphans must face the evil Count Olaf to unlock sacred family secrets in this Netflix original. (Credit: Netflix)

'Fuller House' (Seasons 1-2)

Because one season just wasn't enough, we get
Because one season just wasn't enough, we get to continue to watch yet another generation grow up in the Tanner house -- with Kimmy, Stephanie and D.J., of course. (Credit: Netflix / Michael Yarish)

'Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce' (Seasons 1-2)

Should you leave the past in the past
Should you leave the past in the past when it comes to a failed marriage? Probably. (Credit: Bravo / Carole Segal)

'The Jungle Book'

Yes, animals can talk ... and raise human
Yes, animals can talk ... and raise human children. See your childhood favorite, "The Jungle Book," come to life in the 2016 remake. Warning: The realistic animation may make Shere Khan (the tiger villain) a bit scarier than you remember. (Credit: Walt Disney Pictures)

'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life'

Hold on just a little bit longer,
Hold on just a little bit longer, "Gilmore Girls" fans. The show's reboot will bring us all back to Stars Hollow on Black Friday, and hopefully, answer all of our burning questions -- like who will Rory end up with? If you can't wait, get your Gilmore fix by binging on the original seasons, which are also on Netflix. (Credit: Netflix )

'Boyhood'

You probably haven't seen anything like Richard Linklater's
You probably haven't seen anything like Richard Linklater's "Boyhood." The film, which won the 2015 Oscar for best motion picture of the year, follows a boy, Ellar Coltrane, for 12 years, without subbing in different actors. (Credit: IFC / Matt Lankes)

'Black Mirror' (Seasons 1-3)

*Cue the screeching

*Cue the screeching "Twilight Zone" theme song*

"Black Mirror" is pretty much the modern British version of that sci-fi classic.

(Credit: Netflix / Laurie Sparham)

'Chewing Gum' (Seasons 1-2)

This one is for everyone who spent their
This one is for everyone who spent their teenage years under the reign of strict (and religious) parents. The second season beings streaming on April 4. (Credit: Netflix)

'Glitch' (Season 1)

Is it ever really a good thing when
Is it ever really a good thing when the deceased return from the dead? Probably not. (Credit: Netflix)

'The Flash' (Seasons 1-2)

You didn't think the drama would end after
You didn't think the drama would end after Flash defeated Eobard Thawne, did you? In the second season, he tries to save the city from a slew of villains. ... again. (Credit: The CW / Cate Cameron)

'American Horror Story' (Seasons 1-5)

The fifth season of
The fifth season of "American Horror Story" (starring Lady Gaga) focuses on a haunted 90-year-old hotel that's filled with a strange mix of guests that you probably wouldn't want to room next to. (Credit: Suzanne Tenner)

'The Vampire Diaries' (Seasons 1-7)

If Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) was one of
If Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) was one of the main reasons you kept watching this series, bring the tissues when you tune into the seventh season. Stefan and Caroline become the show's newest lovebirds once Elena departs. (Credit: The CW Network)

'The Originals' (Seasons 1-3)

We left off with Rebekah trying to protect
We left off with Rebekah trying to protect Klaus' new daughter, but if the first two seasons taught us anything, it's that no one is really safe in the vampire-infested city of New Orleans. (Credit: The CW)

'How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days'

Want to know what not to do in
Want to know what not to do in a relationship? Watch "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days." (Credit: BPI / Michael Gibson)
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