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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: September 2019
Disenchantment season 2 (series)
The animated Matt Groening series returns.
Between Two Ferns: The Movie (film)
The Zach Galifianakis interview series hits the road.
Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates (series)
The three-part series looks at the personal and professional life of Bill Gates.
David Tennant stars in this British crime drama.
Fastest Car season 2 (series)
The race is on.
Team Kaylie (series)
A teen star has to lead a wilderness club as community service.
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Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself (standup)
Dunham’s back and he’s brought even more puppets.
Abstract: The Art of Design season 2 (series)
The documentary series explores more innovative design and architecture.
The Politician (series)
Ben Platt and Gwyneth Paltrow star in Ryan Murphy’s political satire.
A German drama about a hip-hop producer ensnared in organized crime.
In the Shadow of the Moon (film)
A police officer tracks a serial killer who reappears every nine years.
Bard of Blood (series)
Adapted from the 2015 novel, this thriller tells the story of a former agent trying to move on from his past.
El Marginal season 3 (series)
The Argentinian crime drama returns.
Sturgill Simpson Presents: Sound & Fury (series)
The country star brings anime to the screen.
Mo Gilligan: Momentum (standup)
The British comedian explores family and growing up.
Netflix release dates: October 2019
Nikki Glaser: Bangin’ (standup)
Glaser will be talking about sex, of course.
Living Undocumented (series)
A series of interviews with eight undocumented families, from executive producer Selena Gomez.
Rotten season 2 (series)
The new season tackles avocados, marijuana, and more.
Seis Manos (series)
Three orphans team up with the DEA to get justice for their murdered martial arts teacher.
Big Mouth season 3 (series)
The animated series grows up.
In the Tall Grass (film)
Strangers find themselves lost in a field in this adaptation of Stephen King and Joe Hill’s novella.
Creeped Out season 2 (series)
A new season of scary stories.
Raising Dion (series)
A young boy learns how to control his superpowers in this sci-fi thriller.
Peaky Blinders season 5 (series)
The new season centers around the stock market crash of 1929.
Legend Quest: Masters of Myth (series)
Three monster hunters fight mythical creatures.
Deon Cole: Cole Hearted (standup)
Cole talks about race, sex, and more in his first Netflix hour.
Rhythm + Flow (series)
Chance the Rapper, Cardi B, and T.I. try to find the next big thing in hip-hop.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (film)
Jesse Pinkman is on the run.
A father (Sam Worthington) searches for his wife and daughter in this road-trip thriller.
Insatiable season 2 (series)
The divisive series returns, and Patty is still trying to clean up her mess.
Haunted season 2 (series)
A new season brings more haunting tales.
The Hookup Plan season 2 (series)
Elsa returns to Paris.
The Awakening of Motti Wolkenbruch (film)
An Orthodox Jew bucks tradition when he falls for a classmate.
A teenager tries to figure out if he wants a life of crime or law.
Ghosts of Sugar Land (film)
A group of Muslim American friends grapples with one’s decision to join ISIS.
Living with Yourself (series)
Paul Rudd plays opposite Paul Rudd in this comedy directed by Little Miss Sunshine‘s Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris.
Baby season 2 (series)
The Italian high-school drama returns.
A young boy must live cut off from the world, but a doctor says she can cure him.
The Laundromat (film)
Steven Soderbergh’s surreal account of the Panama Papers scandal.
The House of Flowers season 2 (series)
The Mexican family drama returns.
Interior Design Masters (series)
Designers must redo spaces for a chance to work with a London hotel.
A teenager goes on a journey to find his therapy dog.
Three college grads from India try to make it in the startup world.
Tell Me Who I Am (film)
Alex Lewis’s memory was wiped after a motorcycle accident, but his twin brother helps him put his past back together.
Jenny Slate: Stage Fright (standup)
Slate’s first comedy special is part standup, part documentary.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner (series)
David Chang joins a different celebrity guest each episode, as they explore food from around the world.
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.
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.
I Lost My Body (film)
A severed hand tries to find its way back to its owner in this animated French film.
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.
The Irishman (film)
Martin Scorsese brings in De Niro, Pacino, and Pesci for an epic look at the history of organized crime.
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.