Here’s everything to look forward to from Netflix in 2019

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

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Netflix release dates: July 2019

July 24

The Great Hack (film)

A look at the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

July 25

Another Life (series)

Katee Sackhoff leads a dangerous mission to track down an alien artifact.

Workin’ Moms season 2 (series)

The mom-com returns.

July 26

Orange Is the New Black season 7 (series)

The final season.

Sugar Rush season 2 (series)

The baking show returns.

Girls with Balls (film)

A woman’s volleyball team stranded in the woods takes matters into its own hands.

My First First Love season 2 (series)

The Korean drama returns.

July 30

Whitney Cummings: Can I Touch It? (standup)

Cummings’ first Netflix special explores gender, feminism, and technology.

July 31

The Red Sea Diving Resort (film)

Chris Evans and Michael K. Williams star in this drama inspired by true events.

The Letdown season 2 (series)

The new-mom-com returns.

Netflix release dates: August 2019

August 2

Dear White People season 3 (series)

The third season goes meta and makes some big changes.

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Derry Girls season 2 (series)

The series about Irish teens in the ’90s returns.

Basketball or Nothing (series)

A look at Chinle High’s basketball team in Arizona’s Navajo Nation.

Otherhood (film)

Patricia Arquette, Angela Bassett, and Felicity Huffman play moms who surprise their sons on Mother’s Day.

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power season 3 (series)

The animated series returns.

August 5

Enter the Anime (film)

An exploration of the origins and definitions of anime.

No Good Nick part 2 (series)

The Melissa Joan Hart family sitcom returns.

August 8

The Naked Director (series)

Loosely based on the life of Toru Muranishi, the controversial director of Japanese adult movies.

Dollar (series)

Two people team up to track down a dollar bill worth $1 million.

Wu Assassins (series)

An ordinary man (Iko Uwais) is chosen to protect the Wu powers in this sci-fi drama.

August 9

GLOW season 3 (series)

The ladies get a Las Vegas residency.

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The Family (series)

A docuseries about the conservative Christian group that’s influenced D.C. for decades.

The Inbestigators (series)

Kids become friends through their detective work.

Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling (film)

The beloved Nickelodeon series gets its own movie.

Sintonia (series)

A look at the life of three teens in São Paulo.

August 13

Tiffany Haddish: They Ready (standup)

Haddish brings six of her favorite comedians to the stage.

August 15

Cannon Busters (series)

Philly the Kid goes on an intergalactic adventure in this adaptation of the comic series.

August 16

Diagnosis (series)

A look at people searching for medical advice, based on the New York Times column.

45 RPM (series)

A rom-com about Spain’s music scene in the ’60s.

Better Than Us (series)

A sci-fi series about a family in Moscow that accidentally gets a killer robot.

Mindhunter season 2 (series)

The true-crime series returns to explore a series of murders in Atlanta from 1979-81.

Sextuplets (film)

An expectant dad (Marlon Wayans) finds out he’s a sextuplet and decides to track down the rest (all played by him).

Apache: La Vida de Carlos Tevez (series)

A look at the life of the Argentine soccer player.

Frontera Verde (series)

A detective investigating femicides in Colombia gets drawn into something bigger.

Victim Number 8 (series)

This Spanish drama explores the aftermath of a terrorist bombing.

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August 20

Simon Amstell: Set Free (standup)

The British comedian talks about coming out and more in his first Netflix special.

August 21

American Factory (film)

The first project from the Obamas’ production company looks at the past and future of the auto industry in Ohio.

Hyperdrive (series)

A reality show about street racers.

August 22

Love Alarm (series)

A Korean drama about finding love on apps.

August 23

Hero Mask: Part II (series)

The sci-fi anime returns.

August 27

Million Pound Menu season 2 (series)

A new season finds more entrepreneurs with ideas about food.

August 29

Falling Inn Love  (film)

After winning a New Zealand inn, Gabriela finds a spark with a handsome contractor.

Workin’ Moms season 3 (series)

Another season of the mom-com.

Kardec (film)

A look at the life of author Allan Kardec.

August 30

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (series)

The fantasy classic gets a reworking.

Carole & Tuesday (series)

Two girls join forces to make music together.

Droppin’ Cash season 2 (series)

More musicians and athletes spending money.

La Grande Classe (film)

A middle-school reunion lets two friends show off.

Styling Hollywood (series)

Jason Bolden and Adair Curtis make the magic happen.

Netflix release dates: September 2019

September 13

Unbelievable (series)

Based on the true story of a teenager pressured to recant a rape allegation, and the detectives who saw the bigger picture.

September 20

Disenchantment season 2 (series)

The animated Matt Groening series returns.

Between Two Ferns: The Movie (film)

The Zach Galifianakis interview series hits the road.

Editor’s note: This article is regularly updated for relevance.

Audra Schroeder

Audra Schroeder

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.