Luckily for Santa, the friends are up to speed just in time to help save Christmas. Horse Girl (Feb. 7): Alison Brie stars in this Jeff Baena film about a woman who is closer to horses than people and begins to experience surreal hallucinations. First Class Brian Eisch is critically wounded in Afghanistan, it sets him and his sons on a journey of love, loss, redemption and legacy. Betonrausch (April 17): Based on true events, this film charts the rise and fall of two real estate fraudsters in Germany, as they are caught in their own web of lies and deceit. [Trailer]. By Sage Young. Super Monsters: Dia de los Monsters (Oct. 9): Super Monsters visit Vida's home town for a Dia De Los Muertos parade, where they meet some new Super Monsters. Her refreshingly honest approach reminds us to appreciate government workers named Otis and, most importantly, that character counts. Babylon Berlin Season 3 (Feb. 28): This political-crime drama set in 1929 Berlin continues. Octonauts & the Caves of Sac Actun (Aug. 14): The Octonauts embark on an underwater adventure, navigating a set of challenging caves to help a small octopus friend return home to the Caribbean Sea. Kingdom Season 2 (March 13): The zombie period drama set in Korea's Joseon era returns for Season 2. Political differences between the men foster mistrust and complicate their journey, leading to a powerful finale that's not-so-strangely resonant — this is Spike Lee — for our current moment in history. Read our review of the bittersweet send-off here. The Big Show Show (April 6): The former WWE wrestler takes on the new challenge of raising three daughters in Florida. But what the boy later discovers will rattle the family's radical hope in science. A serial killer is spreading chaos. Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy (July 29): This anime tells the origin story of the Transformers, centering around the Autobots and Decepticons battling fiercely for control on their dying planet. Featured artists include 15-time Grammy Award-winning artist, songwriter, and producer Alicia Keys, who breaks down "3 Hour Drive" from her 2020 album, Alicia; Pulitzer Prize, Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award-winning composer, lyricist, and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda, who delves into the creation of "Wait for It" from the musical phenomenon Hamilton; Rock & Roll Hall of Famers R.E.M., who open up about the influences behind "Losing My Religion"; and Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and producer Ty Dolla $ign, who discusses the inspiration behind "LA.". Spectros Season 1 (Feb. 20): A teenage boy and his friends get caught in a clash between Brazilian witchcraft and Japanese Shinto spirits in their neighborhood. * —Alison Foreman, Entertainment Reporter. 2020 has come and gone, but some of its films have stuck with us. upcoming netflix originals (2020-2023) by Jake279 | created - 16 Aug 2018 | updated - 6 months ago | Public A list of original TV shows and movies in development exclusively for Netflix - listed in release order. * —Erin Strecker, Entertainment Editor. From the most popular shows to buzzy film projects to those titles that could prove to be the next big sleeper hit, we're here to help guide you through everything coming to Netflix this year. Blood of Zeus (Oct. 27): A commoner living in ancient Greece, Heron discovers his true heritage as a son of Zeus, and his purpose: to save the world from a demonic army. Leyla Everlasting (Dec.4): A new original film from Ezel Akay starring Haluk Bilginer, Demet Akbag, Elcin Sangu, Firat Tanis and Alican Yucesoy. A Life of Speed: The Juan Manuel Fangio Story (March 20): This documentary centers on Juan Manuel Fangio, the Formula One king who won five world championships in the early 1950s -- before protective gear or safety features were used. Scripted in both Yiddish and English, this miniseries tells the story of 19-year-old Esty Shapiro (played by the mesmeric Shira Haas), a young woman who leaves her Orthodox community in Brooklyn to pursue a new life of freedom in Berlin. In a world robbed of the theatrical experience, Netflix (and the other so-called streaming giants) have been a haven for film-makers and film fans, and there have been some incredible releases throughout 2020. As he continues to cultivate followers who allege he's performing miracles, the global media becomes increasingly beguiled by this charismatic figure. Earth and Blood (April 17): In this film, after decades of successfully running a sawmill in the Ardennes, hiring ex-cons and young offenders, Said receives an unwelcome visitor: a cartel. [Trailer], Was it Love? But in a world of demons, gods and magic, everything comes at a cost. And if he doesn't find a solution, his forbidden lover Nergis will slip through his fingers very soon. Brilliant female lead and swoon-worthy aesthetics? Can Fritta bring Gurara back to life? Yes, it's the title that started 2020 off so strong: Love Is Blind! ... There’s a reason why ‘Adam Sandler’ and ‘Oscar snub’ appeared together so frequently at the onset of 2020. These Are the Best Netflix Original Romantic Comedies of 2020 Amanda Prahl 9/23/2020. Lost Bullet (June 19): A convicted car mechanic is recruited to work for the cops, pimping police vehicles for high-speed chases. Locke & Key Season 1 (Feb. 7): This long-awaited adaptation of Joe Hill's comic books finally arrives. Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy: The Transformers franchise follows the Great War between the Autobots and the Decepticons. Legado en los huesos (April 17): This is a sequel to The Invisible Guardian which follows Inspector Amaia Salazar as she investigates a suicide connected to a big murder case she previously solved in Spain. Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Crisis (March 3): Following her Netflix debut on The Comedy Lineup Part 1, Taylor divulges the lessons she's learned in her first hour-long comedy special. She manages to ruin her younger sister's Christmas wedding before it even takes place, and spends the next six days frantically trying to get things back on track. Read our review of the new season here. BoJack Horseman Season 6, Part 2 (Jan. 31): The second half of the final season of this animated favorite finally arrives. Emily's new life in Paris is filled with intoxicating adventures and surprising challenges as she juggles winning over her work colleagues, making friends, and navigating new romances. DraculaSeason 1 (Jan. 4): Claes Bang stars as the titular blood-drinker in this show set in 1897 Transylvania. Lucifer Season 5, Part 1 (Aug. 21): The irrepressible devil cop show returns for its second season on Netflix. [Trailer]. This makes the series' triumphant conclusion all the more satisfying. Also, Avery takes on a new role at the shop. Dark Desire (July 15): A married woman spends a weekend away from home that changes her perspective, leaving her questioning the people closest to her. SHARE. Netflix released dozens of new TV shows in 2019, and has even more planned for this year. Überweihnachten (Nov. TBA): This three part mini-series follows a likeable loser who travels home for Christmas, only to be confronted with the fact that his brother is now dating his ex-girlfriend. Explore some of them in Season 2 of this eye-opening, mouth-watering food adventure. Serious Men (Oct. 2): When a slum dweller spins a web of lies in pursuit of the upward mobility he has long craved, his ruse could be especially dangerous for his young son. Glen Keane (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast) and Gennie Rim (Dear Basketball) serve as executive producers alongside Max Keane. Drifting Dragons (April 30): Dragons are on the menu as the crew of the airship Quin Zaza sets out on a hunt. 2020 may not have been the best year, but Netflix’s movies and TV shows made it a little more bearable! Tiny Pretty Things: Set in the world of an elite ballet academy, the characters will do everything it takes to make their dreams come true in this adaptation of the book of the same name. Netflix has hundreds of original movies, TV shows, and documentaries on its streaming platform already, and in 2020 they're going to introduce even more. Super Monsters: The New Class(Aug. 1): New adventures, new friends! Pasal Kau / All Because of You (Oct. 1): After falling for a guest, an unsuspecting hotel staff becomes embroiled in a hostage scheme and discovers true love in an unlikely place. Can you invite a show over for a sleepover? Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 (Jan. 24): Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) is still reeling from Nick's (Gavin Leatherwood) possession by the Dark Lord but enlists her mortal friends, "The Fright Club," to help free him from eternal damnation. Camp Jened was a summer program for children and teens with a wide range of disabilities, and the documentary uses archival footage from the camp’s’ heyday in the 1960s to show the impact its progressive and accessible space had on its campers. Shawn Mendes: In Wonder (Nov. 23): This documentary chronicles Mendes' journey toward self-discovery, after the physical and emotional demands of his rise, and his last world tour, pushed him towards a personal and musical reckoning. Fast & Furious Spy Racers: Season 2: Rio (Oct. 9): When one of their own goes missing, the Spy Racers must leave L.A. and head to Brazil to take down a crime organization in Rio. You may not have a great time in this house of abstract horrors (especially when Toni Collette is onscreen doing those classically terrifying Toni Collette things), but it will be a lasting one. All products featured here are independently selected by our editors and writers. Chadwick Boseman, Paul Walter Hauser, Norm Lewis, Delroy Lindo, and Jonathan Majors star. The documentary is a heartfelt look at a songwriter and performer wrestling with the pressures of stardom and the emotional tolls of coming-of-age while the world watches. The Half of It (May 1): Alice Wu writes and directs this film about a shy, straight-A student named Ellie who is hired by sweet but inarticulate jock Paul to help woo the most popular girl in school. Never Have I Ever. The Valhalla Murders (March 13): An ambitious Icelandic detective teams up with a cop from Norway to investigate a series of murders that may be connected to a heinous trauma. My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Season 3 (Oct. 21): TV legend David Letterman teams up with Dave Chappelle, Robert Downey Jr., and more for another season of in-depth interviews and curiosity-fueled excursions. Dragons: Rescue Riders: Huttsgalor Holiday (Nov. 24): Huttsgalor's favorite winter festival is finally here! Lucifer (Tom Ellis) is one lucky devil. “The Queen’s Gambit” became the consensus favorite of the year among critics and subscribers alike, as the show earned high praise and was one of the most popular things on Netflix in all of 2020. Grand Army (Oct. 16): Five students at the largest public high school in Brooklyn take on a chaotic world as they fight to succeed, survive, break free, and seize the future. She sets out to conquer the male-dominated arena of competitive chess while "fueled by a cocktail of narcotics and obsession." But when his trusted apprentice (Keegan-Michael Key) steals his most prized creation, it's up to his equally bright and inventive granddaughter (Madalen Mills) - and a long-forgotten invention - to heal old wounds and reawaken the magic within. Fate: The Winx Saga: This live-action young adult series is inspired by the Italian animated series. Alta Mar / High Seas Season 3 (Aug. 7): When the Bárbara de Braganza sets sail from Argentina to Mexico, Eva joins a mission to root out a scientist harboring a fatal virus on board. Cory Carson Halloween (Oct. 2): Cory, Chrissy, and Freddie are on the hunt for king-sized candy bars this Halloween! Wasp Network (June 19): Based on a true and gripping story: Cuban spies infiltrate exile groups in the 1990s to stop terrorism against the island, but at a high personal cost. Reese Witherspoon and Molly Sims coproduce. Starring Manisha Koirala. * —Adam Rosenberg, Senior Entertainment Reporter. Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe. Social Distance (Oct. 15): The eight-part anthology series is centered around the lives of people coming to terms with "the new normal" during quarantine. Though she might seem obscene and unhindered to some, she provides solace and advice to the weary souls whose dreams she enters. But do these wellness trends live up to the promises? Spinning OutSeason 1 (Jan. 1): Kat Baker (Kaya Scodelario), a talented, up-and-coming elite figure skater, is ready to turn in her skates after a disastrous fall takes her off the competition track. Cue the critical mission! Phylicia Rashad, Bresha Webb, and Cicely Tyson also star. Car Masters: Rust to Riches Season 2 (March 27): Classic cars get massive makeovers courtesy of Gotham Garage, a skilled California crew dedicated to upgrading and trading sweet vintage vehicles. Chef Show Volume 3 (Feb. 19): Jon Favreau and Roy Choi's culinary adventures continue. Homemade (June 30): A collection of short films created by celebrated filmmakers around the world. Trust us, we get it. Team Kaylie Part 3 (Feb. 3): The adventures of teen celebrity Kaylie Konrad continue. I Still Love You(Feb. 12): The sequel to the romantic comedy favorite arrives just in time for Valentine's Day. Twin Murders: The Silence of the White City (March 6): A detective inspector is pushed to the edge while he hunts the ritualistic murderer who has been terrorizing a city in Spain's Basque Country for two decades. But it’s impossible to watch this singular work and not want to describe Radha Blank, its writer, director, producer, and star, as such. But one wrong turn brings them crashing together. Even though Netflix is commonly referred to for its expansive television show selection, it has more than a few great original flicks to see. [Trailer]. is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company. From the rubble of World War II to the third biggest sporting event on the planet, the Paralympics sparked a global movement which continues to change the way the world thinks about disability, diversity & human potential. Narrated by Mike Colter. Zoo story about what happened next. Voices of Fire (Nov. 20): This documentary series follows Pharrell Williams' hometown community as it builds one of the world's most inspiring gospel choirs. Perdida (Oct. 23): Antonio sets himself up to be arrested so he'll be sent to Colombia's worst prison, La Brecha. Mignonnes / Cuties (Sept 9): Amy, 11 years old, tries to escape family dysfunction by joining a free-spirited dance clique named "Cuties," as they become aware of their own femininity through dance. With a mutual disdain for the holidays, and assuring themselves that they have no romantic interest in the other, they make the perfect team. With that caveat, I still fell in love with a few Netflix Original series in 2020, all listed below in no particular order. Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts (Jan. 14): A sheltered girl gets a crash course in survival when a mutant attack sends her to the surface, far from the safety of her underground home. A skin and beauty expert teams up with a plastic surgeon to use the latest procedures to assist people in altering the way they look. Indian Matchmaking (July 15): Matchmaker Sima Taparia offers an inside look at the custom of arranged marriage in the modern era. The Holiday Movies That Made Us (Dec. 1): This in-depth look at two iconic holiday movies (Elf, The Nightmare Before Christmas) uses behind-the-scenes footage and cast and crew interviews. Formula 1: Drive to Survive Season 2 (Feb. 28): The fast-paced racing docuseries continues. Both will be on a mission to put together the pieces of a game they're completely unfamiliar with. Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (June 26): When aspiring musicians Lars (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit (Rachel McAdams) are given the opportunity of a lifetime to represent their country at the world's biggest song competition, they finally have a chance to prove that any dream is a dream worth fighting for. Medici: The Magnificent: Part 2 (May 1): In the wake of the conspiracy, Lorenzo is driven by vengeance. So little time. [Trailer]. Country-Ish (Sept. 25): Country-ish follows country singer Coffey Anderson and his hip-hop dancer wife Criscilla as they raise their children and navigate their opposite country vs. city perspectives of life and parenting. [Trailer]. Jupiter's Legacy will be coming to us in 2020 with a known cast with some Hollywood stars such as Josh Duhamel and Leslie Bibb. But danger will follow him fast. The Tiger King and I(April 12): Joel McHale hosts this bonus episode of the hit docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness and speaks to several key members of the G.W. These are the new Netflix series that everyone's talking about this year. In each themed episode, six contestants belt out the biggest hits from that genre while being judged by a vocal analyzer comparing their vocal performance to the original artist's. Crazy Delicious (June 24): This cooking competition show will be led by celebrity chefs Carla Hall, Niklas Ekstedt, and Heston Blumenthal. El silencio del patano (April 22): A successful, cold-blooded crime novelist gets involved in a kidnapping case while uncovering the corrupt ties between politicians and the local mafia in Valencia, Spain. The Last Dance (July 19): Michael Jordan opens up in this definitive docuseries framed by the 1997-98 season. Ratched(Sept. 18): Ryan Murphy's prequel series for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest stars Sarah Paulson as the twisted Nurse Ratched. Onisciente: In a future where each citizen is monitored 24/7 by a drone, a woman discovers a murder unaccounted by this surveillance system and investigates why. They will find out that you can run from your past but not from yourself. Here are our top picks of the best new specials to hit 2020, a look at the numbers, and what specials are on the way in 2021 and beyond. Middleditch & Schwartz (April 21): Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz bring their two-person comedy show, Middleditch & Schwartz, to a global audience in a collection of three completely improvised Netflix comedy specials. One-Way to Tomorrow (June 19): Two strangers cross paths on a train en route to Izmir, bonding over their turbulent — and unexpectedly intertwined — romantic pasts. Based on Chris Monroe's picture book series. The Players (July 15): This film, structured in a series of vignettes, finds several men struggling with identity, fidelity, and relationships. The Ranch Part 8 (Jan. 24): The final 10 episodes of the family dramedy will bring the series to its conclusion. Set during an eventful recording session in 1927 Chicago, the film is at once a full-throated tribute to the “Mother of the Blues,” a lively celebration of Black culture and its place in history, and a sharp exploration of racial dynamics then and now — not to mention a stunning showcase for its cast, including Viola Davis as the towering legend of the title and Chadwick Boseman in his thrilling, heartbreaking final performance. Read our review here. Dracula . Mr. Iglesias (Part 3) (Dec. 8): Hilarious high school teacher Gabriel Iglesias tries to make a difference in the lives of some smart but underperforming students at his alma mater. Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb (Oct. 28): A team of local archaeologists excavate never before explored passageways, shafts, and tombs, piecing together the secrets of Egypt's most significant find in almost 50 years. When Poppy decides to throw a holiday party for Sully, the Wonderoos learn that there are lots of different holidays and ways to celebrate! Netflix has released the fewest amount of Netflix Original stand-up specials since 2016 but there were plenty of highlights from the year. Ben Platt Live From Radio City Music Hall (May 20): Actor and singer Ben Platt performs in a sold-out show recorded at Radio City Music Hall in New York. Ozark Season 3 (March 27): The Byrdes are fully in their casino business when this celebrated drama series returns. Lost Girls (March 13): A mother's quest to find her missing daughter uncovers a wave of unsolved murders in this drama based on a true story. But jealousy flares when Freddie brings his cousin Rosie along for the ride. Summertime (April 29): Inspired by Federico Moccia's books, this series follows Summer, who longs to leave her small town and see the world, as she meets Ale, a motorcyclist. Genuinely scary and exquisitely felt, His House delivers an engrossing slow-burn, personal drama through the lens of traditional cinematic scares. Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker (Nov. 27): A spotlight on the career of award-winning entertainer Debbie Allen and follows her group of young dancers as they prepare for Allen's annual "Hot Chocolate Nutcracker" production. While investigating a series of mysterious murders, Joseph Guillotin — the future inventor of the guillotine — uncovers an unknown virus: the Blue Blood. The series also stars Martin Henderson, Tim Matheson, Annette O'Toole, Lauren Hammersley, Colin Lawrence, Grayson Gurnsey, and Sarah Dugdale. And a year later? Becoming (May 6): This documentary film, directed by Nadia Hallgren, is an intimate look at the life of former First Lady Michelle Obama, following her as she tours the country following the release of her memoir. Cast a struggling actor with nothing to lose to play her dad. Captain Underpants Epic Choice-o-Rama (Feb. 11): This interactive special has Harold and George asking audiences to decide how they stop Krupp from blowing their treehouse to smithereens. The English Game: Julian Fellowes' latest drama looks back on the history of football. Watch trailers & learn more. Puerta 7 (Feb. 21): A woman tries to rid an Argentine soccer club of the organized crime which surrounds it in this new series. The Prom (Dec. 11): Ryan Murphy directs this story of a lesbian teenager who's banned from attending the big dance with her girlfriend. Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020: Part 3 (April 7): Life in Tokyo continues as Ruka takes his next step and Hana meets new rivals. (Nov. 29): It's winter in the big city and everyone is excited to celebrate the holidays! Season 4 (April 1): Amateur bakers continue to try (and fail) to create masterpieces when this series returns. Our heroine competes in dazzling locations across the world while wearing lovely period costumes and rocking perfect eyeliner. Last Chance U Season 5 (July 28): The final football season of this docuseries follows the Laney College JUCO football team from Oakland as they try defend their national championship. Project Power (Aug. 14): This sci-fi thriller stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jamie Foxx and is directed by Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost. Facing elimination with every task set, these international teams of plant-obsessed artisans will be judged by florist to the stars, Kristen Griffith-VanderYacht and a slew of guest judges for a chance to display their own sculpture at London's Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. A Go! Rooting for Roona (Oct. 15): In rural India, a child with hydrocephalus gets a chance at life-changing surgery after her photos go viral. The Coldest Game (Feb. 8): This Polish drama film, starring Bill Pullman, is set during the 1962 Cuban missile crisis as a troubled math genius finds himself drafted to play in the U.S.-Soviet chess match. Go! Highlights from a year in movies (Image credit: Netflix) It’s been a mixed year for Netflix… Hospital Playlist (March 12): Five doctors, whose friendship goes back to their days in med school, band together at one hospital as colleagues in the VIP wing. * —Alexis Nedd, Senior Entertainment Reporter. Coffee & Kareem (April 3): A Detroit cop reluctantly teams with his girlfriend's 11-year-old son to clear his name and take down the city's most ruthless criminal. Fear City: New York vs The Mafia (July 22): A documentary about New York's war with the mafia. StarBeam: Halloween Hero (Oct. 6): Greedy Captain Fishbeard is stealing everybody's Halloween treats for himself, but StarBeam and Boost have some tricks up their sleeves to save the day. [Trailer], Freaks - You're One of Us (Sept. 2): in this German film, a working mom discovers she has superhero powers, suppressed by years of medication, and joins forces with two others like her to better the world. In different ways, I was grateful for shows like “The Crown” that brought a truly transportive A+ storytelling experience, as well as the turn-off-your-brain-and-look-at-pretty-flowers joy of “The Big Flower Fight.” BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky (Oct. 14): Record-shattering Korean girl band BLACKPINK tell their story — and detail the hard-fought journey of the dreams and trials behind their meteoric rise. By Jon O'Brien 26 December 2020. The Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of The Gods (Aug. 6): With Camelot now the stronghold of the Ten Commandments, the Seven Deadly Sins assemble once more to liberate all of Britannia from the Demon Clan in this anime. This year, the platform streamed a rich lineup of original shows and films. Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt (May 8): This silly series teaches preschoolers about the mechanical world and how things work. The Last Kids on Earth: Book 3 (Oct. 16): As the four pals continue to live it up with their monster allies, Jack worries a newly discovered radio transmitter may put an end to the fun. ¡Nailed It! Glitch Techs (Feb. 21): This new Nickelodeon family adventure series follows kids battling video game monsters that have made it into the real world. Alexa & Katie Part 4 (June 13): Summer's over, and Alexa and Katie are starting their senior year. [Trailer], Stateless (July 8): This new limited series centers on four strangers whose lives collide at an immigration detention center in the Australian desert: an airline hostess on the run from a dangerous cult, an Afghan refugee and his family fleeing persecution, a young father escaping a dead-end job, and a bureaucrat running out of time to contain a national scandal.
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