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In 2020, Netflix promises even more original series and films, as well as the return of several beloved shows, more standup specials, and titles from some high-profile creators.
Here’s what we know about Netflix release dates in 2020 so far.
Netflix release dates 2020: The best new movies and series
Netflix release dates: January 2020
Fortune Feimster: Sweet & Salty (standup)
The comedian gets her first hour-long special.
Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak (documentary)
A look at how prepared we are for a global pandemic.
The Ghost Bride (series)
A woman trapped in the afterlife tries to solve a murder mystery.
October Faction (series)
Monster hunters try to balance work and life.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 (series)
The Ranch: The Final Season (series)
The Ashton Kutcher series heads for the sunset.
Vir Das: For India (standup)
The comedian explores the history of India.
Alex Fernández: El mejor comediante del mundo (standup)
A new special from the Mexican comedian.
Night on Earth (series)
A look at the nocturnal world.
Next in Fashion (series)
Designers compete to make a name.
Close Enemies (film)
A drug dealer and a cop from the same neighborhood try to solve a murder.
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The Stranger (series)
An adaptation of the Harlan Coben thriller.
BoJack Horseman season 6 (series)
The second half of the final season.
I Am a Killer season 2 (series)
The true-crime series returns.
The residents of a Norwegian town must stop another Ragnarok from happening.
Diablero season 2 (series)
The demon-hunter series returns.
Luna Nera (film)
A teenager accused of witchcraft must make a difficult decision.
Miss Americana (documentary)
A look at the life and times of Taylor Swift.
Netflix release dates: February 2020
The Silent War (film)
Set in WWII, a man tries to survive in northern Spain after a bombing.
Team Kaylie Part 3 (series)
Kaylie is back.
Tom Papa: You’re Doing Great! (standup)
Papa offers some positive reinforcement for these dark times.
The Pharmacist (documentary)
A New Orleans pharmacist takes on Big Pharma after his son’s tragic death.
Cagaster of an Insect Cage (series)
A mysterious disease has turned people into insects.
Horse Girl (film)
Alison Brie plays Sarah, a socially awkward woman whose reality and dreams start to overlap.
Locke & Key (series)
After their father’s murder, the Locke siblings move to his ancestral home to unlock the mystery.
My Holo Love (series)
A woman finds connection with a hologram.
The Coldest Game (film)
A math whiz is enlisted to play in a U.S.-Russia chess match during the Cuban missile crisis.
Road to Roma (documentary)
Alfonso Cuarón’s documentary about the making of Roma.
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (film)
The anticipated sequel to the 2018 Netflix rom-com.
Narcos: Mexico season 2 (series)
The crime drama returns.
Dragon Quest Your Story (film)
A young boy becomes the hero of his story.
Love Is Blind (series)
Nick and Vanessa Lachey host this dating competition show where contestants get engaged before meeting.
Isi & Ossi (film)
The daughter of a billionaire gets into a fake relationship with a boxer, but then things get real.
A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (film)
Shaun meets an alien.
The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia (series)
A 15-year-old robotics genius moves in with her football coach uncle.
Chef Show Volume 3 (series)
Jon Favreau and Roy Choi cook with Sam Raimi, Wolfgang Puck, and more.
A teenager gets involved in a battle between Shinto spirits and Brazilian witchcraft.
A look at the first year of life.
The Last Thing He Wanted (film)
Ben Affleck and Anne Hathaway star in this adaptation of Joan Didion’s book.
A family tries to keep its restaurant afloat in a gentrifying neighborhood.
I Am Not Okay With This (series)
A teenager with superpowers tries to navigate high school in this adaptation of Charles Forsman’s graphic novel.
Altered Carbon season 2 (film)
Takeshi Kovacs returns.
A look at the lives of women in Tokyo.
All the Bright Places (film)
Elle Fanning and Justice Smith star in this adaptation of the bestselling novel.
Babylon Berlin season 3 (series)
The historical drama returns.
Queen Sono (series)
A spy tries to balance the personal and professional in Netflix’s first original African series.
Three friends on a road trip in Mexico City meet a desperate woman.
Netflix release dates: March 2020
Spenser Confidential (film)
Mark Wahlberg stars as an ex-cop who enlists roommate Hawk (Winston Duke) to solve a murder.
Lost Girls (film)
A mother embarks on her own investigation to find her missing daughter.
Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker (series)
Octavia Spencer stars as haircare entrepreneur Madam C.J. Walker, the first Black American woman to become a self-made millionaire.
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.