Netflix has a rich line-up of shows for 2020. Here’s a list of series that have been released this year and upcoming ones. The list will be updated as new shows are announced.

AUGUST

‘The Next Step’ Season 6

This Canadian mockumentary follows the eponymous dance troupe in their effort to win a national title.
Creator: Frank van Keeken
Cast: Victoria Baldesarra, Brittany Raymond, Alexandra Beaton
Release: August 1

‘Connected: The Hidden Science of Everything’

Science journalist and podcast host Latif Nasser travels the world uncovering the hidden connections between the earth, the universe and the humankind.
Cast: Latif Nasser
Release: August 2

‘Immigration Nation’

Get an in-depth look at the functioning of the United State of America’s federal agency, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in this docu-series.
Release: August 3

‘Mystery Lab’

In the Netflix special of his YouTube show, Brazilian YouTuber, Felipe Castanhari explores the answers to unsolved questions such as the Bermuda triangle.
Cast: Guilherme Briggs, Felipe Castanhari, Bruno Miranda
Release: August 4

‘Sam Jay: 3 in the Morning’

Saturday Night Live writer and comedian Sam Jay delivers a fresh take on relationships, travel and more.
Release: August 4

‘The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs The Reverend’

In this interactive episode, Kimmy is getting married but first she must stop foil the Reverend’s plans.
Creator: Tina Fey, Robert Carlock
Cast: Ellie Kemper, Tituss Burgess, Carol Kane
Release: August 5

‘The Rain’ Season 3

Two siblings emerge six years after a rain-borne virus has wiped out Scandinavia. They set out to explore the post-apocalyptic world looking for other survivors.
Creator: Jannik Tai Mosholt, Christian Potalivo, Esben Toft Jacobsen
Cast: Alba August, Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard
Release: August 6

‘Sing On Germany’

After the Spanish-language debut of this namesake karaoke series last month, the German spin-off is slated to release in August. The series will be hosted by German television anchor Palina Rojinsky.
Release: August 7

‘Tiny Creatures’

Narrated by actor Mike Colter, Tiny Creatures documents the journey of baby animals across eight ecosystems.
Release: August 7

‘High Seas’ Season

Alta Mar in Spanish, this period drama is set in the 1940s. It follows two sisters Eva and Carolina on their cruise from Spain to Brazil. Their journey on the ocean liner, Bárbara de Braganza, goes awry after a string of murders shrouded in mystery come to light.
Creator: Ramón Campos, Gema R. Neira
Cast: Ivana Baquero, Jon Kortajarena, Alejandra Onieva
Release: August 7

‘Selling Sunset’ Season 3

This reality series features The Oppenheim Group, where real estate brokers compete to sell the most luxe apartments to the affluent.
Cast: Brett Oppenheim, Jason Oppenheim
Release: August 7

‘Rob Schneider: Asian Momma, Mexican Kids’

Saturday Night Live alumna Rob Schneider’s first Netflix stand-up comedy special offers a glimpse into his personal life.
Release: August 11

‘Dirty John’ Season 2

Dirty John, a true-crime anthology is centred around the theme, love gone wrong.
Creator: Alexandra Cunningham
Cast: Connie Britton, Christian Slater, Eric Bana
Release: August 14

‘3%’ Season 3

In this Brazilian dystopian thriller, people must compete to be included among the island’s elite.
Creator: Pedro Aguilera
Cast: Bianca Comparato, Vaneza Oliveira, Rodolfo Valente
Release: August 14

‘The Great Heist’

The Spanish language Colombian show is based on the 1994 Colombian Central Bank robbery, in which thieves stole $33 million.
Cast: Andrés Parra, Christian Tappan, Christian Tappán, Waldo Urrego
Release: August 14

‘Rita’ Season 5

Danish comedy Rita, follows the eponymous single mother and teacher who is great with kids but struggles with her life outside the school.
Creator: Christian Torpe
Cast: Lise Baastrup, Mille Dinesen, Nikolaj Groth
Release: August 15

‘Stranger’ Season 2

In Korean crime-drama Stranger, detective Han Yeo-jin and prosecutor Hwang Si-mok team up to investigate a serial murder and inadvertently uncover a corrupt nexus between a conglomerate and the government.
Cast: Jo Seung Woo, Bae Doo Na, Lee Joon Hyuk, Choi Jae Woong, Yoon Se Ah
Release: August 15

‘Takki’

A popular Saudi Arabian series, Takki follows a young aspiring filmmaker who navigates his life grappling with gender roles and expectations.
Cast: Reem AlHabib, Ali Alsherif, Moayed Althagafi
Release: August 15

‘DeMarcus Family Rules’

A reality show on American county singer Jay Demarcus and his family.
Release: August 19

‘Biohackers’

In this German Netflix original, Mia, a first-year medical student nurses a secret that can alter the fate of humanity.
Creator: Christian Ditter
Cast: Luna Wedler, Susanne Jokiel
Release: August 20

‘The Great Pretender’

Japanese anime-comedy The Great Pretender follows protagonist Makoto Edamura, who decides to be a con artist after failing to find an honest income.
Creator: Ryota Kosawa
Release: August 20

‘Hoops’

This animated comedy follows a foul-mouthed high school basketball coach, who is certain of hitting the big leagues if he manages to transform his terrible team.
Creator: Ben Hoffman
Release: August 21

‘Lucifer’ Season 5A

In the first half of the final season (pictured above), Lucifer Morningstar’s brother Michael has some (literally) diabolical plans.
Creator: Tom Kapinos
Cast: Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro
Release: August 21

‘The Rust Valley Restorers’ Season 3

Set in Tappen, British Columbia, Canada aka ‘Rust Valley’, three people try to refurbish and restore cars to their former glory hoping to turn a profit.
Release: August 21

‘Trinkets’ Season 2

Based on author and screenwriter Kirsten Smith’s eponymous novel, Trinkets follows three teens in high school that find themselves in a Shoplifters Anonymous meeting.
Creator: Amy Andelson, Emily Meyer, Kirsten Smith
Cast: Brianna Hildebrand, Kiana Madeira, Quintessa Swindel
Release: August 25

‘Anna’s Revenge’

La venganza de Analía in Spanish, this Colombian drama follows the titular character seeking to avenge her mother’s death.
Creator: Clara María Ochoa
Cast: Carolina Gómez, Marlon Moreno, Brian Moreno
Release: August 26

‘Aggretsuko’ Season 3

Retsuko, an anthropomorphic red panda works as an accountant in a Japanese trading firm and sings at a karaoke bar to cope with the daily grind.
Creator: Rarecho
Release: August 27

JULY

‘Deadwind’ Season 2

Finnish noir series Deadwind follows detective Sofia Karppi as she investigates a homicide with links to a Helsinki construction company.
Creator: Rike Jokela, Jari Olavi Rantala, Kirsi Porkka
Cast: Pihla Viitala, Lauri Tilkanen, Mimosa Willamo
Release: July 1

‘Say I Do: Suprise Weddings’

In this reality series, a stylist, interior designers and a chef first help a participant through the proposal and then put together a wedding within a week.
Release: July 1

‘The Governor’

The Governor of the state of Savannah dies a premature death leaving behind his Deputy Governor Angela Ochello to fill his shoes and navigate politics along with her personal life.
Director: Ema Edosio
Cast: Caroline Chikezie,  Samuel Abiola Robinson, Baaj Adebule, Kachi Nnochiri, Simi Adejumo
Release: July 1

Thiago Ventura: Pokas

In his special, Brazilian stand-up comedian Thiago Ventura speaks about urban life, politics, sexuality, free will and more.
Release: July 2

‘Warrior Nun’

A teenager wakes up in the morgue with a device embedded in her back. She realises that she owes her new lease on life to an ancient order that fights demons on the planet, a mission she must accomplish.
Creator: Simon Barry
Cast: Toya Turner, Alba Baptista, Lorena Andrea
Release:  July 2

‘Cable Girls’ Season 5 B

Cable girls or Las Chicas del Cable in Spanish is a period drama set in the 1920s.  It follows four women from different backgrounds hired as operators for a new telecom company.
Creator: Ramón Campos, Gema R. Neira, Teresa Fernández-Valdés
Cast: Blanca Suárez, Yon González, Ana Fernández
Release: July 3

‘Ju-On: Origins’

Japanese filmmaker Takashi Shimizu’s long-running horror franchise Ju-on is also known as the Japanese counterpart of The Grudge. An extension In Netflix’s Ju-On: Origins, a paranormal researcher attempts to uncover events that took place in a cursed home four decades ago. Read our review here.
Director: Sho Miyake
Cast: Yoshiyoshi Arakawa, Yuina Kuroshima, and Ririka
Release: July 3

‘The Baby-Sitters Club’

Based on American author Ann M Martin’s eponymous children classic, the series is a contemporary reboot. It’s about a group of friends who start a babysitting service and highlights friendships, female entrepreneurship and contemporary issues such as divorce and racism. Read our review here.
Creator: Lisha Brooks, Ann M. Martin
Cast: Shay Rudolph, Malia Baker, Sophie Grace
Release: July 3

Jim Jefferies: Intolerant

In his fourth Netflix stand-up comedy special, Australian comedian Jim Jefferies jokes about generational differences, lactose intolerance, germaphobes, peanut allergies and more.
Release: July 7

‘Was it Love?’

This is a Korean drama. As a single mother who produces movies for a living, No Ae-Jung has her plate full. But her love life is non-existent. She finds love when four men, a best-selling author, a former gangster, an actor and a high school PE teacher become a part of her life.
Creator: Lee Seung-Jin
Cast: Song Ji-Hyo, Son Ho-Jun, Song Jong-Ho, Kim Min-Joon
Release: July 8

‘Stateless’

Australian drama, Stateless revolves around the lives of four individuals in a detention centre: an Afghan refugee, a father attempting to escape a dead-end job, a bureaucrat on the verge of a scandal and a woman who just escaped a cult. Read our review here.
Creator: Tony Ayres, Cate Blanchett, Elise McCredie
Cast: Yvonne Strahovski, Jai Courtney, Asher Keddie
Release: July 8

‘Japan Sinks 2020’

Japan, a country sits on a convergence of tectonic plates leaving the country vulnerable to multiple earthquakes. An adaptation of the eponymous novel by Japanese author Sakyo Komatsu, this disaster anime tells the story of an ordinary family’s struggle to survive following an earthquake.
Creator: Sakyo Komatsu, Toshio Yoshitaka
Cast: Tomomi Muranaka, Yûko Sasaki, Masaki Terasoma
Release: July 9

‘The Protector’ Season 4

Turkey’s first Netflix original The Protector is an adaptation of the novel Karakalem ve Bir Delikanlının Tuhaf Hikayesi by Turkish author Nilüfer İpek Gökdel. Hakan, who lives lives in Istanbul, belongs to a secret order that defends the city against evil.
Creator: Binnur Karaevli
Cast: Çagatay Ulusoy, Hazar Ergüçlü, Okan Yalabik
Release: July 9

‘Dating Around: Brazil’

Better known as O Perfeito, the show is the Brazilian spin-off of the titular dating reality series.
Release: July 10

‘The Twelve’

This Belgian drama, originally titled De Twaalf, follows a case in which twelve jurors must decide the outcome of a controversial double homicide.
Creator: Sanne Nuyens, Bert Van Dael
Cast: Luc De Ruelle, Zouzou Ben Chikha, Souad Boukhatem
Release: July 10

‘Down to Earth with Zac Effron’

High School Musical star Zac Effron has been an advocate for ecological sustainability. In his new series Down to Earth with Zac Effron, he travels the world to meet eco-innovators seeking sustainable solutions.
Cast: Zac Efron, Darin Olien
Release: July 10

‘The Business of Drugs’

A former CIA agent investigates the business of six narcotic substances in this limited series. Read our review here.
Release: July 14

‘Urzila Carlson: Overqualified Loser’

New Zealander stand-up comedian Urzila Carlson jokes about sex tape fails and boxed wine hangovers.
Release: July 14

‘Dark Desire’

Originally titled Oscuro Deseo, Dark Desire is a Spanish-language drama. This Mexican series follows a married young woman, Alma who’s vacation ends in a tragedy.
Creator: Leticia López Margalli
Cast: Erik Hayser, Maite Perroni, Alejandro Speitzer
Release: July 15

‘Skin Decisions: Before & After’

In this reality series, nurse Jamie and plastic surgeon Sheila Nazarian help people with transformative surgeries.
Release: July 15

‘Indian Matchmaking’

Seema Taparia, a matchmaker based in India helps Indians settled in the US find their better halves and guides them through the process. Read our review here.
Release: July 16

‘Kissing Game’

This Portuguese coming-of-age thriller is set in a peri-urban Brazilian state where adolescents contract a mysterious disease transmitted by kissing.
Creator: Esmir Filho
Cast: Caio Horowicz, Denise Fraga, Esther Tinman, Bianca Byington
Release: July 17

‘Cursed’

Cursed is the re-telling of the Arthurian legend from the young sorceress Nimue’s perspective as she joins forces with Arthur.
Creators: Frank Miller, Tom Wheeler
Cast: Sebastian Armesto, Shalom Brune-Franklin, Emily Coates
Release: July 17

‘How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast)’ Season 2

This German coming-of-age series follows a nerdy outcast, Moritz Zimmermann who, in an attempt to win back his high school sweetheart builds an online ecstasy empire.
Creator: Philipp Käßbohrer, Matthias Murmann
Cast: Maximilian Mundt, Danilo Kamber, Lena Klenke
Release: July 21

‘Jack Whitehall: I’m Only Joking’

English comedian Jack Whitehall tells absurd tales about his father and quips about the airport in Berlin in his hour-long stand-up special.
Release: July 21

‘Street Food Latin America’

Following the debut of the Street Food franchise in Asia, the series documents street-style nosh in Oaxaca, Mexico; Salvador, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Lima, Peru; Bogota, Colombia; and La Paz, Bolivia. Read our review here.
Release: July 21

‘Fear City: New York Vs The Mafia’

Set in a time when five crime families reigned in the world of organised crime in New York. This true-crime series dwells on the workings of these families and how federal agents dismantled the mafia.
Release: July 22

‘Love on the Spectrum’

This four-part docu-series follows young adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder as they navigate relationships and love.
Release: July 22

‘Norsemen’ Season 3

Norsemen or Vikingane in Norwegian is a period comedy set in 790 AD in Norheim village. The sitcom dwells on the daily lives of the Vikings and their ways of resolving conflicts.
Creator: Jon Iver Helgaker, Jonas Torgersen
Cast: Kåre Conradi, Nils Jørgen Kaalstad, Jon Øigarden
Release: July 22

‘Signs’

Originally titled Znaki, this Polish crime drama is set in the Sowie Mountains. A recent homicide resembles a cold case from decades ago that the police commissioner must investigate.
Creator: Artur Kowalewski
Cast: Andrzej Konopka, Helena Sujecka, Magdalena Zak
Release: July 22

‘¡A cantar!’

In this Spanish reality show, contestants take part in a karaoke competition.
Release: July 24

‘In The Dark’ Season 2

A blind woman accidentally stumbles upon the cadaver of a friend and finds herself in the middle of a police investigation.
Creator: Corinne Kingsbury
Cast: Perry Mattfeld, Rich Sommer, Brooke Markham
Release: July 24

‘Shameless’ Season 10

Frank Gallagher, a father of six is constantly drunk and seeking misadventures. Shameless returns for its final season.
Creator: Paul Abbott, John Wells
Cast: Emmy Rossum, William H. Macy, Ethan Cutkosky
Release: July 26

‘Inside World’s Toughest Prisons’ Season 4

In this series, investigative journalists become volunteer inmates at some of the most volatile and dangerous prisons on the planet.
Cast: Raphael Rowe, Paul Connolly
Release: July 29

‘Locked Up’ Season 5

Money Heist creator Alex Pina’s next project Locked Up is a Spanish prison drama. Macarena Ferreiro, a naive young woman helps her boss embezzle funds and finds herself in jail. She must acclimatise to her new life in the penitentiary.
Creator: Iván Escobar, Esther Martínez Lobato, Álex Pina
Cast: Maggie Civantos, Najwa Nimri, Itziar Castro
Release: July 31

‘The Umbrella Academy’ Season 2

Based on American graphic novelists Gabriel Bá and Gerard Way’s namesake comics, the show is about the children of an estranged family, who must reunite after their father’s mysterious death and address the threat of an impending apocalypse.
Creators: Steve Blackman, Jeremy Slater
Cast: Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda
Release: July 31

JUNE

‘Cardcaptor Sakura’

Cardcaptor Sakura (aka CCS) is an anime series that follows the titular ten-year-old character as she discovers a book in her basement and activates a set of magical cards.
Director: Morio Asaka
Cast: Sakura Tange, Huyen Chi, Andrea Kwan
Release: June 1

‘Dear My Friends’

Korean drama Dear My Friends centers on eight elderly Koreans and their relationships with their families.
Director: Hong Jong-chan
Cast: Hyun-Jung Go, Hyeon Ju, Hye-ja Kim
Release: June 1

‘My Shy Boss’

Eun Hwan-Ki runs a public relations company. He’s extremely shy and known to his employees as the silent monster. His employee Chae Ro-woon plots to reveal how the bossman killed her sister.
Creator: Studio Dragon, Choi Jin-hee
Cast: Yeon Woo-jin, Park Hye-su, Gong Seung-yeon, Yoon Park
Release: June  1

‘Alone’ Season 6

Season six of this wildly successful reality show sees survival experts brave the Canadian Arctic to win a cash prize.
Director: Jeff Kay
Release: June 2

‘Fuller House: The Farewell Season’

Fuller House returns for the second edition of its final season with the Tanner family.
Creator: Jeff Franklin
Cast: Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber
Release:  June 2

‘Garth Brooks: The Road I am On’

The American singer-songwriter shares his life from his early gigs in college to being one of the best-selling solo artist of all time.
Cast: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood
Release: June 2

‘Baki’ Season 3

Baki strives to surpass his legendary father’s reputation as the greatest martial arts champion, and signs up for a deadly competition.
Cast: Tôru Furuya, Kirk Thornton, Troy Baker
Release: June 4

’13 Reasons Why’ Season 4

Based on Jay Asher’s popular 2007 novel Thirteen Reasons Why, this show revolves around deceased Hannah Baker and her classmates. When a teenage boy from Hanna’s school discovers a box filled with tapes outside his house, he begins to listen to them. They’ve all been recorded by Hannah Baker, who committed suicide a few weeks ago. Through these tapes, Hannah explains 13 reasons why she decided to end her life.
Creator: Brian Yorkey
Cast: Dylan Minnette, Katherine Langford, Christian Navarro
Release: June 5

‘Queer Eye’ Season 5

Emmy Award-winning series, Queer Eye returns with their fifth season featuring our favourite quintet in Philadelphia.
Creator: David Collins
Cast: Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France
Release: June 5

‘Queen of the South’ Season 4

In Queen of the South Teresa Mendoza seeks refuge in America and works towards bringing down the drug cartel that killed her boyfriend.
Creator: A Fortin, Joshua John Miller
Cast: Alice Braga, Hemky Madera, Peter Gadiot
Release: June 7

‘Lennox Hill’

The Netflix original docu-series follows four doctors in New York hospitals as they balance their professional and personal lives.
Release: June 10

‘My Mister’

In Korean drama My Mister, three middle-aged men and a 20-something woman come together to heal scars from their past.
Creator: Studio Dragon
Cast: Sun-kyun Lee, Ji-eun Lee, Ji-Ah Lee
Release: June 10

‘Reality Z’

In this Brazilian show based on the British horror-comedy Dead Set, ten participants of Big Brother are stranded in the house as zombie outbreak takes place.
Director: Cláudio Torres
Release: June 10

‘Pose’ Season 2

Set in New York, the second season of the LGBTQ drama, which captures the ballroom dancing culture in New York in the 1980s and ’90s, begins in the 1990s during the HIV epidemic.
Creator: Steven Canals, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy
Cast: MJ Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson, Indya Moore
Release: June 11

‘Dating Around’ Season 2

After a six-part debut season, the reality show Dating Around returns for the second season.
Creator: Chris Culvenor
Release: June 12

‘F is for Family’ Season 4

Inspired by comedian Bill Burr’s early life, F is for Family, is an animated series.
Creator: Bill Burr
Cast: Bill Burr, Laura Dern, Justin Long
Release: June 12

‘The Search’

The Spanish limited series, titled Historia de un Crimen, loosely translates to crime diaries. The true-crime drama is inspired by true stories of abduction.
Release: June 12

‘The Woods’

Netflix’s English adaptation of the Polish author Harlan Coben’s book W głębi last, follows Polish prosecutor Paweł Kopiński who copes with the loss of his sister until a recent homicide suggests she may be alive.
Creator: Harlan Coben
Cast: Wiktor Debski, Pawel Gabor, Marcin Lipski
Release: June 12

‘Alexa & Katie’ Season 3B

Two best friends Alex and Katie navigate their freshman year in high school as Alexa realises she’s battling cancer.
Creator: Heather Wordham
Cast: Paris Berelc, Isabel May, Jolie Jenkins
Release: June 13

‘Marcella’ Season 3

Season three of the series follows the eponymous London detective as she goes undercover.
Creator: Hans Rosenfeldt, Nicola Larder
Cast: Anna Friel, Ray Panthaki, Jack Doolan
Release: June 14

‘Mr Iglesias’ Season 2

Gabriel ‘Fluffy’ Iglesias stars in this comedy series as a hard-working teacher who works at his alma mater. He focuses on misfit students who show potential.
Creator: Kevin Hench
Cast: Gloria Aung, Gabriel Iglesias, Sherri Shepherd
Release: June 17

‘Babies’ Season 2

The series examines how toddlers discover the world around them in their first year on the planet.
Release: June 19

‘The Politician’ Season 2

The second season of creator Ryan Murphy’s The Politician is slated to drop on Friday, June 19. It hinges on Payton Hobart, a rich Californian kid who has known, since he was little, that he would one day be the President of the United States. In season one, Payton negotiates high school politics. In season two, he runs for New York State Senate.
Creators: Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Ian Brennan
Cast: Ben Platt, Zoey Deutch, Lucy Boynton, Bob Balaban, Gwyneth Paltrow, Judith Light, Bette Middler
Release: June 19

‘Eric Andre: Legalise Everything’

Comedian Eric Andre’s comedy special has been filmed in New Orleans. The hour-long special sees the comedian joke about flawed fast-food icons and shares his take on the war on drugs.
Release: June 23

‘Crazy Delicious’

Judges Carla Hall, Niklas Ekstedt and Heston Blumenthal pick a winner from among three competing home chefs in this food contest.
Cast: Carla Hall, Niklas Ekstedt, Heston Blumenthal
Release: June 24

‘The Salisbury Poisonings’

The Salisbury Poisonings, a true-crime drama revolves around double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter’s poisoning in the titular English town.
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Director: Saul Dibb
Release: June 24

‘Home Game’

This sports docu-series chronicles native sports and dangerous and unique sports that reflect the culture of the community to which they belong.
Release: June 26

‘Dark’ Season 3

Two children disappear in the fictional town of Winden, Germany. This exposes the secrets of the four families living in the town revealing a time-travelling mystery that spans three generations.
Creators: Baran bo Odar, Jantje Friese
Cast: Karoline Eichhorn, Louis Hofmann, Jördis Triebel
Release: June 27

‘George Lopez: We’ll Do it for Half’

Comedian George Lopez shares his comic take on race, politics and life lessons in his first Netflix comedy special
Release: June 30

MAY

‘Hollywood’

A clutch of filmmakers and actors try to hack it in Hollywood in the years after World War II, a time considered the golden era of American cinema.
Creators: Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan
Cast: David Corenswet, Darren Criss, Jeremy Pope, Laura Harrier, Samara Weaving, Dylan McDermott
Release: May 1

‘Into The Night’

In this Belgian drama based on Polish sci-fi writer Jacek Dukaj’s 2015 digital novel The Old Axolotl,  passengers aboard a hijacked flight must escape into dark skies after sunlight mysteriously develops lethal qualities.
Creator: Jason George
Cast: Alba Gaïa Bellugi, Jan Bijvoet, Regina Bikkinina
Release: May 1

‘Casa Feliz’

Spanish for ‘happy house’, this is a comedy series that follows Sebastian, a radio jockey, dealing with his life while being in love with his ex-wife.
Writing credits: Alejandro De Grazia, Hernán Guerschuny, Sebastián Wainraich
Cast: Sebastián Wainraich, Natalie Pérez, Santiago Korovsky
Release: May 1

’23 Hours To Kill’

The legendary Jerry Seinfeld’s new special, which was performed at the Beacon Theatre in New York. The title refers to Seinfeld’s joke about how comedians spend an hour on stage and the rest of the day waiting to get on stage.
Cast: Jerry Seinfeld
Release: Tuesday, May 5

‘Restaurants on the Edge’

Designer Karin Bohn, chef Dennis Prescott and restaurateur Nick Liberato travel the world to help struggling restaurants make a comeback. In the second season, the trio is rumoured to be resurrecting restaurants in Finland, Muskoka, Slovenia and Arizona.
Creator: Courtney Hazlett
Cast: Karin Bohn, Nick Liberato, Dennis Prescott
Release: May 8

‘Dead to Me’ Season 2

Jen has lost her husband to a hit and run accident and Judy has lost her fiance to a heart attack. Both are a part of the same therapy group and form a friendship. Judy, however, hides a secret.
Creator: Liz Feldman
Cast: Christina Applegate, Linda Cardellini, James Marsden
Release: May 8

‘The Eddy’

Erstwhile jazz pianist in New York, Elliot Udo now runs a jazz club in Paris. He runs into struggles after he finding out that his partner has covertly been involved in controversial activities.
Creator: Jack Thorne
Cast: Leila Bekhti, Yannick Bouanga, Vincent Heneine
Release: May 8

‘Valeria’

Based on Elísabet Benavent’s books, the Spanish drama is an eight-part comedy about female friendships and solidarity.
Creator: María López Castaño, Elísabet Benavent
Cast: Ibrahim Al Shami J., Diana Gómez, Maxi Iglesias
Release: May 8

‘Bordertown’

In this Finnish drama, Detective Inspector Kari Sorjonen moves to a small town near the Russian border to live a life of peace and quiet. But fate doesn’t seem to want that for him, as he inadvertently finds himself solving a despicable crime.
Creator: Miikko Oikkonen
Cast: Ville Virtanen, Matleena Kuusniemi, Anu Sinisalo
Release: May 11

‘Trail by Media’

An incisive docu-series that examines the role and impact of media on courtroom trials from recent history.
Release: May 11

‘Chichipatos’

When magician Jaoquini is hired to play at a party, he accidentally makes a wanted criminal disappear, in this Colombian Spanish comedy.
Creator: Dago García
Cast: Mariana Gomez, Antonio Sanint, María Cecilia Sánchez
Release:  May 15

‘White Lines’

From the creator of Money Heist, White Lines revolves around Zoe Walker investigating her brother’s disappearance in Ibiza. Read our review here.
Creators: Álex Pina
Cast: Nick Hamm, Luis Prieto, Ashley Way, Alvaro Brechner
Release: May 15

‘Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj’

Comedian and former The Daily Show Correspondent Hasan Minhaj’s weekly show was initially postponed because of the pandemic. The show returns for the sixth volume with six episodes releasing every Sunday. Read our recaps of volume six here.
Creator: Hasan Minhaj, Prashanth Venkataramanujam
Cast: Hasan Minhaj
Release: May 17

‘The Big Flower Fight’

Florist, garden-design and carpentry skills are tested as ten pairs of contestants fight to create their own floral sculpture for the Royal Botanical Garden in Kew, England.
Release: May 18

‘Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything’

Patton Oswalt’s third Netflix comedy special in which he jokes about life in his 50s and the balancing act he does between being a doting father and his love for Star Wars.
Release:  May 19

‘Sweet Magnolia’

The show is based on the eponymous novel by Sherryl Woods about three Carolina women, Maddie, Helen and Dana Sue who navigate their lives together.
Creator: Sheryl J. Anderson, Sherryl Woods
Cast: Anneliese Judge, Carson Rowland, Logan Allen
Release: May 19

‘Blood & Water’

South African teen drama Blood & Water follows a 16-year-old Puleng Khumalo. She meets a girl she believes to be her sister, who was abducted at birth, and in the process, uncovers a family secret.
Creator: Nosipho Dumisa, Daryne Joshua
Cast: Khosi Ngema, Ama Qamata, Gail Mabalane
Release: May 20

‘Mystic Pop-up Bar’

South Korean drama Ssanggabpocha or Mystic Pop-up Bar travels through the world of the living and the dead. The bar owner attempts to heal his guests by entering their dreams.
Director: Jeon Chang-geun
Cast: Hwang Jung-eum, Yook Sung-jae, Choi Won-young
Release:  May 20

‘The Queen and the Conqueror’

La Reina de Indias y el conquistador or The Queen and the Conqueror is a Colombian period drama.  Pedro de Heredia, a conquistador, breaks an indigenous woman, Catalina’s heart. She returns 18 years later seeking revenge.
Creator: Johhny Ortiz
Cast: Angel Bayón, Maia Landaburu, Alejandro Muñoz
Release: May 20

‘Trailer Park Boys’ Season 2

Situated in a trailer park in Nova Scotia, this animated series is a spin-off of the namesake Canadian mockumentary series. It follows a group of ex-convicts on their misadventures.
Creator: John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells, Mike Smith
Cast: John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells, Mike Smith
Release: May 22

‘Control Z’

A Mexican teenage drama set against the backdrop of El Colegio Nacional, Control Z follows social worker Sofia as she works to uncover the hacker who leaked all the students’ secrets.
Cast: Ana Valeria Becerril, Michael Ronda, Yankel Stevan
Release: May 22

‘Inhuman Resources’

Originally titled Dérapages, French for slipping away, Inhuman Resources is a six-part thriller. It follows Alain Delambre, a 57-year-old desperately looking for employment. He’s lured into a job and things do not go as planned.
Director: Ziad Doueiri
Cast: Éric Cantona, Suzanne Clément, Alex Lutz, Gustave Kervern
Release: May 22

‘History 101’

Netflix’s new history series claims to delivered unadulterated history using infographics and archival footage.
Release: May 22

‘Selling Sunset’ Season 2

Real estate reality show Selling Sunset follows Oppenheim Group’s agents as they sell luxury properties.
Creator: Adam DiVello
Cast: Romain Bonnet, Mary Fitzgerald, Brett Oppenheim
Release: May 22

‘Betaal’

Betaal is a thriller set in a remote village that serves as a battleground in colonial India. The locals must be relocated to build a highway. The squad hired to do this inadvertently releases s British Indian Army officer’s zombie army. Read our review here.
Director: Patrick Graham, Nikhil Mahajan
Cast: Vineet Kumar Singh, Aahana Kumra
Release: May 24

‘Snowpiercer’

The show is based on a post-apocalyptic French graphic novel Le Transperceneige (1982). The novel was adapted as the film, Snowpiercer (2013), directed by Korean auteur Bong Joon-Ho. The series  Snowpiercer is a dystopian thriller, set in a time in which the Earth has been frozen for seven years. The survivors live in a train that circumnavigates the planet non-stop. Read our episode recaps here.
Creator: Graeme Manson
Cast: Jennifer Connelly, Daveed Diggs, Mickey Sumner
Release: May 25

‘Hannah Gadsby: Douglas’

Douglas is comedian Hannah Gadsby’s second Netflix special after Nanette. Her first special helped her find her voice, which she intends to use in Douglas, seemingly inspired by a dog. Read our review here.
Release: May 26

‘Jeffery Epstein: Filthy Rich’

Based American author James Patterson’s 2016 book Filthy Rich, this docu-series explores how financier and sex offender Jeffery Epstein used his wealth to abuse victims.
Director:  Lisa Bryant
Release: May 27

‘Space Force’

This series by Steve Carrell and Greg Daniels is a workplace comedy about a four-star general who attempts to establish the titular agency. Read our review here.
Creator: Greg Daniels, Steve Carrell
Cast: Steve Carell, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz
Release:  May 29

‘Somebody Feed Phil’ Season 3

Philip Rosenthal, creator of shows like Everybody Loves Raymond, travels the world to explore cultures and food, with a guest in tow. Read our review here.
Director: John Bedolis
Cast: Philip Rosenthal
Release: May 29

‘Kenny Sebastian: The Most Interesting Person in the Room’

Kenny Sebastian’s first Netflix comedy special sees him revisiting school,  animated films and explaining what the word ‘interesting’ means to him. Read our review here.
Release: May 29

APRIL

‘David Batra: Elefanten I Rummet’

Swedish comedian David Batra’s comedy Elefanten I Rummet translates to elephant in the room. Watch him joke about what Netflix describes as the perks and pitfalls of being married to a recently resigned politician.
Cast: David Batra
Release: April 1

‘How to Fix a Drug Scandal’

Netflix’s How to Fix a Drug Scandal is an investigative four-part docuseries that follows 35-year-old drug lab chemist Sonja Farak, who became addicted to the narcotics she was assigned to test.
Director: Erin Lee Carr
Release: April 1

‘The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show’

Comedian Iliza Shlesinger’s sixth and eponymous Netflix special features a mixed bag of zany characters.
Cast: Iliza Shlesinger
Release: April 1

‘Sunderland Till I die’ Season 2

Sunderland Till I die, a sports docu-series chronicles Sunderland AFC’s journey after being relegated in 2017-2018 season of the English Football League Championship.
Director: Myles Judd, Jonna McIver
Cast: Martin Bain, Nick Barnes, Gary Bennett
Release: April 1

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‘Money Heist’

‘Money Heist’ Season 4

A group of thieves attempts to carry out the most perfect robbery in the history of Spain. Read our review here.
Writer: Álex Pina
Cast: Úrsula Corberó, Itziar Ituño, Álvaro Morte, Paco Tous
Release: April 3

‘The Big Show Show’

Former WWE champion Big Show plays himself in The Big Show Show. The ten-part series follows the retired wrestler as he raises three daughters with his wife.
Director: Jody Margolin Hahn, Kelly Park
Writer: Jason Berger, Joyce
Cast: Paul Wight, Jaleel White, Allison Munn, Reylynn Caster
Release: April 6

‘Brews Brothers’

Brews Brother follows the misadventures of two estranged brothers, both brewmasters and completely different in every conceivable way as they run Rodman’s Brewery in California.
Creators: Robert Cohen, Greg Schaffer
Cast: Alan Aisenberg, Mike Castle, Carmen Flood
Release: April 10

Chris D’Elia: No Pain

American stand-up comedian Chris D’Elia jokes about self-censorship, grown up babies, lame mutant powers and evil dating.
Release: April 14

‘Fauda’ Season 3

Arabic for chaos, Fauda narrates the story of a retired Israeli agent Doron Kavillio. In season three, he goes undercover as an Arab boxing instructor. Read our review here.
Creator: Avi Issacharoff, Lior Raz
Cast: Lior Raz, Itzik Cohen, Neta Garty
Release: April 16

‘#blackAF’

American writer-producer Kenya Barris’ #blackAF satirises a new money family as they struggle to fit into the one per cent. Read our review here.
Creator: Kenya Barris
Cast: Kenya Barris, Rashida Jones
Release: April 17

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‘Hasmukh’

‘Hasmukh’

Vir Das plays Hasmukh, a small town comedian who get a shot at the limelight only after committing murder. Read our review here.
Creator: Nikkhil Advani, Vir Das
Cast: Vir Das, Ranvir Shorey, Manoj Pahwa
Release: April 17

‘House of Flowers’ Season 3

Mexican telenovela House of Flowers follows a wealthy matriarch and owner of a flower shop who strives to sustain her dysfunctional family’s picture-perfect facade. Read our review of season two here and season three here.
Creator: Manolo Caro
Cast: Aislinn Derbez, Cecilia Suárez, Dario Yazbek Bernal
Release: April 23

‘After Life’ Season 2

After Life is a six-part dark comedy starring Ricky Gervais. He plays Tony, a depressed widower who copes with his loss by being rude and destructive. Despite his demeanour, sympathetic individuals are polite to him, infuriating him.
Creator: Ricky Gervais
Cast: Ricky Gervais, Tom Basden, Tony Way
Season: 1 (2019)
Release: April 24

‘The Last Kingdom’ Season 4

Based on English author Bernard Cornwell’s book Saxon Stories, The Last Kingdom is a period fiction drama that debuted in 2015. Set in the 9th century AD, the series follows Uthred, a Saxon child and future Earl of Bebbanburgh (Bamburgh Castle). He’s captured by the Danes raised as one of them. Years later, his loyalties are tested as he vows to reclaim Bebbanburgh.
Creator: Bernard Cornwell
Cast: Alexander Dreymon, Eliza Butterworth, Ian Hart
Release: April 26

‘Never Have I Ever’

Never Have I Ever follows an Indian American high school sophomore, Devi. The ten-part show is inspired by Mindy Kaling’s childhood. Read our review here.
Creator: Mindy Kaling, Lang Fisher
Cast: Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani
Release: April 27

MARCH

‘Ugly Delicious’ Season 2

The second season of this food and travel show hosted by Korean-American whiz chef David Chang will be out on March 6. Chang will explore the cuisines of various places including India, Turkey and Australia, with guests such as comedian Nick Kroll and actor-comedian Aziz Ansari. Read our review here.
Creator: Morgan Neville
Cast: David Chang, Jimmy Kimmel, Nick Kroll, Ali Wong, Padma Lakhsmi, Aziz Ansari and more
Seasons: 2 (2018, 2020)
Release: March 6

‘Carmen Sandiego: To Steal Or Not To Steal’ Season 3

In this interactive animated show based on the computer game, super thief Carmen Sandiego, uses her slippery skills for the greater good. Choose wisely to help Carmen rescue Zack and Ivy from V.I.L.E.’s (Villains International League of Evil) clutches during a heist in Shanghai.
Starring: Gina Rodriguez, Finn Wolfhard, Abby Trott
Release: March 10

‘Better Call Saul’ Season 5

If you were hooked through all four seasons of this Breaking Bad prequel spin-off that follows the life of criminal lawyer Jimmy McGill, infamously known as Saul Goodman, you’re going to be glad that another season is just around the corner. Season 5 will have a total of ten episodes.
Creators: Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould
Starring: Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn
Seasons: 5 (2015-2020)
Release: March 11

‘Kingdom’ Season 2

Based on Land of the Gods, a popular Korean web comic written by Kim Eun-hee, Kingdom revolves around zombies. Crown prince Lee Chang is the kingdom’s only hope in the face of a flesh-eating epidemic.
Creators: Kim Eun-hee, Kim Seong-hun
Cast: Ju Ji-hoon, Ryu Seung-ryong, Bae Doona
Seasons: 2 (2019-2020)
Release: March 13

‘100 Humans’ Season 1

Fancy watching 100 volunteers take part in social science experiments? In this show, people from various backgrounds answer questions revolving around the themes of happiness, age, sex and more. It’s hosted by comedians Zaiban Johnson and Sammy Obeid as well as science correspondent Alie Ward, among other experts.
Starring: Zainab Johnson, Sammy Obeid, Alie Ward
Seasons: 1 (2020)
Release: March 13

‘Bloodride’ Season 1

This Friday the 13th, prepare to be spooked. Bloodride, an anthology horror series, is all about an eerie bus that’s on its way to an unknown destination. Promising dark Norwegian humour, plenty of twists and turns and lots of mystery, this one’s a must-watch for all those who aren’t afraid of spooks and chills.
Creators: Kjetil Indregard, Atle Knudsen, Geir Henning Hopland
Starring: Ine Marie Wilmann, Bjørnar Teigen, Emma Spetalen Magnusson
Seasons: 1 (2020)
Release: March 13

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‘The Valhalla Murders’

‘The Valhalla Murders’ Season 1

An Icelandic murder mystery. A serial killer. A detective and a cop. This is Netflix’s first Icelandic series, centred around a detective and a cop who set off on a hunt to nab a serial killer, who could be connected to crimes that took place 35 years ago.
Creator: Thordur Palsson
Starring: Nína Dögg, Filippusdóttir, Bjön Thors, Bergur Ebbi
Seasons: 1 (2020)
Release: March 13

‘Women of the Night’ Season 1

This Netflix original is all set to tell a riveting tale of a woman married to a man who works in the Amsterdam mayor’s office. It’s only when she finds herself drawn by and pulled into the city’s underworld of sex and drugs, that the real drama begins to unfold.
Starring: Karina Smulders, Susan Radder, Hilde Van Mieghem
Seasons: 1 (2020)
Release: March 13

‘Self Made’ Season 1

Octavia Spencer stars in this limited series that celebrates and documents the life of Madam CJ Walker.
Writer: Nicole Jefferson Asher
Cast: Octavia Spencer, Tiffany Haddish
Release: March 20

‘Feel Good’

Canadian comedian Mae Martin plays an eponymous character in Feel Good. The series follows Martin a recovering addict who tries to make it big as a stand-up comedian in London.
Director: Ally Pankiw
Writer: Joe Hampson, Mae Martin
Cast: Tom Andrews, Phil Burgers, Mae Martin
Release: March 20

‘Dare Me’

Based on the namesake novel by American author Megan Abbott, Dare Me follows teenage cheerleaders, Addy Hanlon and Beth Cassidy. The arrival of a new coach sees them at increasing odds with each other.
Creator: Megan Abbott, Gina Fattore
Cast: Willa Fitzgerald, Herizen F. Guardiola, Marlo Kelly
Release: March 20

‘Freud’

The eight-part crime drama, Freud is set in 1880’s Vienna. It follows a young Sigmund Freud as he investigates murders
Creator: Marvin Kren, Stefan Brunner, Benjamin Hessler
Cast: Robert Finster, Ella Rumpf, Georg Friedrich
Release: March 23

‘The Mire’

Polish crime thriller, The Mire,  which is set in 1980s, follows two journalists investigating a suspicious double homicide.
Director: Jan Holoubek, Michal Marczak
Cast: Dawid Ogrodnik, Andrzej Seweryn, Zofia Wichlacz
Release: March 25

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‘Ladies Up’

‘Ladies Up’

After Amit Tandon’s Family Tandoncies, Netflix’s comedy special Ladies Up sees Kaneez Surkha, Prashasti Singh, Supriya Joshi, Niveditha Prakasam joking about tinder misadventures, orgasms, and more. Read our review here.
Cast: Kaneez Surkha, Prashasti Singh, Supriya Joshi, Niveditha Prakasam
Release: March 27

FEBRUARY

‘Locke & Key’ Season 1

Based on the comic book, Locke & Key, written by Joe Hill and illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez, is the story of the Locke family. After the mysterious murder of their father, the three Locke siblings move to their ancestral home to discover magical keys that possess unique powers. Read our review here.
Creator: Joe Hill
Cast: Kevin Alves, Thomas Mitchell Barnet, Coby Bird
Season: 1 (2020)
Release: February 7

‘My Holo Love’ Season 1

Netflix’s latest Korean original, My Holo Love is an unconventional story of a woman who suffers from face recognition disorder. She distances herself from the world and forms an affinity with a human-like hologram.
Director: Lee Sang-yeop
Writer: Ryu Yong Jae
Cast: Ko Sung-hee, Yoon Hyun Min, Go Sung Hee
Release: February 7

‘Love is Blind’

A Netflix Original, Love is Blind is a reality show presented by Nick and Vanessa Lachey. Men and women seeking love spend time in a room hoping to fall in love and get married if they choose to each other, they’re revealed to the harsher realities of the real world.
Release: February 13

‘Narcos Mexico’ Season 2

A continuation of the eponymous franchise, Narcos Mexico debuted in 2018. The series explores the origins of the illegal marijuana trade from Mexico, the evolution of cartels and the American federal agency Drug Enforcement Administration or DEA’s intervention. Read our review here.
Creator: Carlo Bernard, Chris Brancato, Doug Miro
Cast: Diego Luna, Scoot McNairy, Teresa Ruiz
Seasons: 2 (2018, 2020)
Release: February 13

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‘Taj Mahal 1989’

‘Taj Mahal 1989’

Netflix announced three Indian originals this year and Taj Mahal 1989, the second after Jamtara was released this Valentine’s Day. The limited series is set in Lucknow in 1989, and follows three love stories. Read our review here.
Creator: Pushpendra Nath Mishra
Cast: Neeraj Kabi, Danish Husain, Sheeba Chaddha
Release: February 14

‘Cable Girls’ Season 5

Set in 1920s Madrid, this Spanish period drama follows four women from different backgrounds, who are hired as operators for a new telecom company. The series portrays the difficulties working women faced in that decade.
Creator: Ramón Campos, Gema R. Neira, Teresa Fernández-Valdés
Cast: Blanca Suárez, Yon González, Ana Fernández
Season: 4 (2017-2019)
Release: February 14

‘The Chef Show’

Chef Roy Choi and food enthusiast Jon Favreau return for the third season of The Chef Show exploring food with their celebrity friends in tow.
Director: Jon Favreau
Cast: Jon Favreau, Chef Roy Choi
Seasons: 2 (2019)
Release: February 19

‘Spectros’

A Brazilian Netflix original, Spectros is a supernatural thriller that follows a group of teenagers in a Japanese neighbourhood in Sao Paulo. The friends inadvertently get involved in a conflict between Japanese Shinto ghosts and Brazilian supernatural elements.
Director: Douglas Pietre
Cast: Enzo Barone, Pedro Carvalho
Release: February 20

‘Gentefied’

Gentefied is a drama series that follows three Mexican-American cousins in Los Angeles as they struggle to keep their grandfather’s taco shop afloat in a neighbourhood that is being gentrified.
Creators: Marvin Lemus, Linda Yvette Chávez
Cast: Karrie Martin, Joseph Julian Soria, Carlos Santos, Joaquín Cosio
Release: February 21

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‘I Am Not Okay With This’

‘I’m Not Okay With This’

Based on an eponymous comic book, I’m Not Okay With This is set in Pittsburg. It follows Sydney, a girl struggling with high school, teenage issues and her new, mysterious superpowers. Read our review here.
Director: Jonathan Entwistle
Cast:  Sophia Lillis, Wyatt Oleff, Sofia Bryant
Release: February 26

‘Followers’ Season 1

Based in Tokyo, Followers is a series that follows an aspiring actress, Natsume Hyakuta and fashion designer Limi Nara. Natsume shoots to fame when Limi posts a candid picture of her on Instagram following which they struggle to maintain their relevance and social presence.
Director: Mika Ninagawa
Cast: Miki Nakatani, Elaiza Ikeda, Mari Natsuki, Yuka Itaya
Release: February 27

‘Altered Carbon’ Season 2

Based on the eponymous novel by English writer Richard Morgan, this series is set in a world where consciousness can be stored and transferred to different bodies. The first season revolved around Takeshi Kovacs (Joel Kinnaman) solving a murder mystery to earn his freedom. In season, Anthony Mackie takes over from Joel Kinnaman.
Creator: Laeta Kalogridis
Cast: Chris Conner, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Anthony Mackie, Lela Loren
Release: February 27

‘Queen Sono’ Season 1

Netflix’s first South African original series, Queen Sono is a crime drama about a South African spy on a deadly mission and the effect it has on her personal life.
Creator: Kagiso Lediga
Cast: Pearl Thusi, Vuyo Dabula, Sechaba Morojele, Chi Mhende, Loyiso Madinga
Release: February 28

JANUARY

‘Spinning Out’ Season 1

Created by American writer Samantha Stratton, Spinning Out is a ten-part series that follows Kat Baker, a competitive skater. She suffers a career-ending fall but continues to skate with a partner while keeping a secret that could unravel her life.
Creator: Samantha Stratton
Cast: Kaya Scodelario, Mitchell Edwards, Svetlana Efremova
Release: January 1

‘Messiah’ Season 1

A mysterious, charismatic man appears in Syria. He claims to be doing god’s work as a returned Jesus and gathers a cult-like international following.
Creator: Micheal Petroni
Cast: Mehdi Dehbi, Michelle Monaghan, Jane Adams
Release: January 1

‘Dracula’ Season 1

Inspired by Bram Stroker’s eponymous novel, Dracula is a three-part series featuring Danish actor Claes Bang as the vampire. It’s 1897 in Transylvania. The Count travels to London in search of new blood.
Creator: Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat
Cast: Claes Bang, Dolly Wells, John Hefferman
Release: January 1

‘Anne With An E’ Season 3

This Canadian drama is an adaptation of the book Anne of Green Gables by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. In season three, Anne turns 16 and longs to know more about her lineage. The search leads her to the orphanage she grew up in.
Creator: Moira Walley Beckett
Cast: Amybeth McNulty, Geraldine James, R.H. Thomson.
Seasons: 2 (2017, 2018)
Release: January 3

Jamtara
‘Jamtara’

‘Jamtara’ Season 1

The new original series, directed by Soumendra Padhi, hinges on a phishing scam run out of the village of Jamtara in Jharkhand. Read our review here.
Director: Soumendra Padhi
Writer: Trishant Srivastava
Cast: Amit Sial, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Aksha Pardasany, Sparsh Shrivastav, Monika Panwar
Release: January 10

‘Medical Police’ Season 1

Two American physicians at a hospital in São Paulo, discover a civilization-threatening virus and are recruited as government agents in a race against time and around the world to find a cure and unearth a dark conspiracy.
Director: Nellie Andreeva
Writer: Rob Corddry, Jonathan Stern, David Wain
Cast: Erinn Hayes, Rob Huebel
Release: January 10

‘A J and the Queen’ Season 1

In his new comedy, RuPaul, who’s also known by his stage name Ruby Red, journeys across America performing in drag clubs with an 11-year-old stowaway.
Creators: RuPaul Charles, Michael Patrick King
Cast: RuPaul Charles, Izzy G, Tia Carrere, Misty Monroe
Season: 1 (2020)
Release: January 10

‘Brooklyn 99’ Season 6

Arguably one of the funniest sitcoms, Brooklyn 99 was renewed by NBC after a brief hiatus. The series follows a newly appointed commanding officer, Captain Raymond Holt and his squad fighting crime in the 99th precinct.
Creator: Dan Goor, Micheal Schur
Cast: Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero, Terry Crews, Stephanie Beatriz
Seasons: 5 (2013-2019)
Release: January 11

‘Grace and Frankie’ Season 6

Grace and Frankie, played by Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin respectively, become friends after their husbands declare that they’re in love with each other.
Creators: Marta Kauffman, Howard J Morris
Cast: Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sam Waterson, Martin Sheen
Seasons: 5 (2015-2019)
Release: January 15

‘Ares’ Season 1

In Ares, an eight-part supernatural series from the Netherlands, two best friends, Rosa and Jacob, join a secret student society only to realise that the group has a demonic past.
Creator: Pieter Kuijpers, Iris Otten, Sander van Meurs
Cast: Jade Olieberg, Tobias Kersloot, Lisa Smit, Robin Boissevain
Season: 1 (2020)
Release: January 17

‘Sex Education’ Season 2

British teen drama Sex Education follows Otis (Asa Butterfield), an awkward teenager who starts an underground sex clinic with a fellow student Maeve (Emma Mackey) for his peers. The show deals with coming of age issues such as being sexually active, struggling with one’s sexual activity and porn.
Creator: Laurie Nunn
Cast: Simone Ashley, Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson
Seasons: 1 (2019)
Release: January 17

‘The Ranch’ Season 4 Part 2

Set in the fictional Iron River Ranch, Colorado, this comedy revolves around a footballer who returns to his family ranch in Colorado to help run the family business.
Creator: Jim Patterson, Don Reo
Cast: Ashton Kutcher, Sam Elliot, Grady Lee Richmond
Seasons: 4 (2016-2019)
Release: January 24

‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Season 4

Loosely based on Sabrina The Teenage Witch, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina follows the half-witch, half-mortal Sabrina Spellman’s crusade against evil.
Creator: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Cast: Kiernan Shipka, Ross Lynch, Lucy Davis
Season: 3 (2018-2020)
Release: January 24

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‘Bojack Horseman’

‘BoJack Horseman’ Season 6

Animated comedy, BoJack Horseman, featuring the eponymous alcoholic, anthropomorphic horse, is a satire on show business. The series returns for the second part of the sixth and final season.
Creator: Raphael Bob-Waksberg
Cast: Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie
Seasons: 6 (2014-2019)
Release: January 31

COMING SOON

‘Russian Doll’ Season 2

Russian Doll follows Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) who keeps returning to a party thrown in her honour after her death. Stuck in a time loop she must exit with the help of Alan (Charlie Barnett), a stranger who died on the same night.
Creator: Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, Leslye Headland
Cast: Natasha Lyonne, Charlie Barnett, Greta Lee
Season: 1 (2019)
Release: To be announced

‘Love, Death and Robots’ Season 2

Love, Death and Robots is an animated, cross-genre anthology exploring stories with a combination of love, death and robots, such as a mutated sentient yoghurt that takes over the planet and an alternative death for Hitler. The series has 18 episodes running between six to 17 minutes.
Creator: Tim Miller
Cast: Scott Whyte, Nolan North, Matthew Yang King
Season: 1 (2019)
Release:  To be announced