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Netflix unleashed a lot of new movies and series on its audience in 2018, and 2019 promises to be deliver even more, with the streaming service set to release new seasons of shows like Stranger Things and 13 Reasons Why, as well as anticipated reboots (The Dark Crystal prequel), series (Ava DuVernay’s When They See Us), and standup specials (Billy Eichner, Wanda Sykes). We can only hope that Netflix new releases in 2019 are even better. Here’s what we know about the Netflix release dates in 2019 so far.
Netflix release dates 2019: The best new movies and series
Netflix release dates: October 2019
High school! Apocalypse! Matthew Broderick!
The Kominsky Method season 2 (series)
The Michael Douglas-Alan Arkin buddy dramedy returns.
Dolemite Is My Name (film)
Eddie Murphy channels Rudy Ray Moore.
Prank Encounters (series)
Stranger Things‘ Gaten Matarazzo pranks strangers in this hidden-camera show.
A mother on a road trip with her daughter must trade favors with a stranger.
A lawyer struggles with her brother’s criminal alliances in this Brazilian series.
Greenhouse Academy season 3 (series)
The teen boarding school drama returns.
It Takes a Lunatic (film)
A documentary about acting teacher Wynn Handman.
BoJack Horseman season 6 (series)
The first part of the final season.
A 3 Minute Hug (film)
A look at families separated at the border reuniting in 2018.
Little Miss Sumo (film)
Sumo wrestler Hiyori Kon pushes back against gender barriers within the sport.
Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy (standup)
Hall returns to the stage to talk about Coming to America, politics, and more.
Nowhere Man (series)
A man on the verge of being executed discovers alternate realities.
Netflix release dates: November 2019
American Son (film)
Adapted from the Broadway play, Kerry Washington stars as a mother trying to find her missing son.
The King (film)
Timothée Chalamet broods as King Henry V.
Queer Eye: We’re in Japan! (series)
The Fab Five goes abroad.
Atypical season 3 (series)
Sam heads to college.
A racer and a thief join forces.
Fire in Paradise (documentary)
A look at the tragic 2018 fire in Paradise, California.
Inspired by true events, this series chronicles a woman’s rise to the top of Barcelona’s drug trade.
Hello Ninja (series)
Wesley and Georgie enter the magical world of ninjas.
Holiday in the Wild (film)
Rob Lowe and Kristin Davis fall in love in Africa.
The Man Without Gravity (film)
A boy born defying gravity tries to live a normal life.
We Are the Wave (series)
Teens get involved in a mysterious movement.
The Devil Next Door (documentary)
A Cleveland man is revealed to be Nazi guard Ivan the Terrible.
The End of the F***ing World season 2 (series)
A woman obsessed with the man Alyssa and James killed sets out for revenge.
Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby (standup)
In his first standup special, the late-night host talks fatherhood and family.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power season 4 (series)
The animated series returns.
Tune in for Love (film)
Two people who met in the ’90s try to find each other over the years.
A phone scam pulls one man in too deep.
Busted season 2 (series)
The amateur detective show returns.
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays season 2 (series)
Paul and Prue judge a new round of bakes from former contestants.
Green Eggs and Ham (series)
The animated series takes Guy and Sam on a road trip.
Let It Snow (film)
Kiernan Shipka and Shameik Moore star in this holiday film about snowed-in high school seniors.
Paradise Beach (film)
A man tracks down his old gang in a beachside resort.
Little Things season 3 (series)
A couple’s relationship goes long-distance.
Chief of Staff season 2 (series)
The Korean political drama returns.
Jeff Garlin: Our Man in Chicago (standup)
Garlin’s first Netflix special takes a look back at the actor/comedian’s life.
Harvey Girls Forever! season 3 (series)
The animated series returns.
Maradona in Mexico (documentary)
Soccer legend Diego Maradona tries to save a local team.
The Stranded (series)
Students stranded after a tsunami must figure out how to survive.
Earthquake Bird (film)
Alicia Vikander and Riley Keough star in this thriller set in 1989.
Jason Schwartzman and J.K. Simmons star in this animated holiday film.
I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry (series)
Charli XCX mentors an all-girl band.
The Club (series)
Rich kids start selling ecstasy but run into trouble in this Mexican drama.
House Arrest (film)
A man locks himself in his home.
The Toys That Made Us season 3 (series)
A look at the origins of our favorite toys.
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The Crown season 3 (series)
Season 3 of the British royal drama picks up in the 1960s.
Iliza: Unveiled (standup)
Iliza Shlesinger holds forth on weddings and marriage.
Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator (documentary)
A look at the life of Bikram yoga founder Bikram Choudhury, and the accusations against him.
The Knight Before Christmas (film)
A knight is transported to present-day Ohio and finds love.
Three high schoolers connected by a mysterious force team up to find a missing brother.
Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings (series)
An anthology series inspired by Parton’s music.
The Dragon Prince season 3 (series)
The animated series returns.
High Seas season 2 (series)
The Spanish cruise-ship drama returns.
Nailed It! Holiday! season 2 (series)
More festive fails.
Mike Birbiglia: The New One (standup)
Birbiglia’s Broadway show comes to Netflix.
The Irishman (film)
Martin Scorsese brings in De Niro, Pacino, and Pesci for an epic look at organized crime.
The investigative series looks at consumer corruption and fraud.
Holiday Rush (film)
Romany Malco stars as an out-of-work DJ trying to make the holidays special for his kids.
John Crist: I Ain’t Prayin’ For That (standup)
Crist talks about religion, dating, and more.
Merry Happy Whatever (film)
A dad (Dennis Quaid) tries to keep the holidays under control when his daughter brings her boyfriend home.
I Lost My Body (film)
A severed hand tries to find its way back to its owner in this animated French film.
Mati Diop’s debut feature explores love and loss in Dakar.
The Movies That Made Us (series)
A look back at some of the most influential movies of a generation.
Netflix release dates: December 2019
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby (film)
It’s time for another royal baby.
Marriage Story (film)
Adam Driver and Scarlet Johansson star in Noah Baumbach’s domestic dramedy.
6 Underground (film)
Ryan Reynolds stars in this superhero thriller.
The Two Popes (film)
Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce square off.
Lost in Space season 2 (series)
The sci-fi series returns.
Editor’s note: This article is regularly updated for relevance.
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.