netflix release dates 2020


Here’s everything to look forward to from Netflix in 2020

Be prepared.


Audra Schroeder


Posted on Dec 24, 2019   Updated on May 19, 2021, 7:36 pm CDT

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: May 2020

May 1

All Day and a Night (film)

A man reflects on the circumstances that led him to prison. From Black Panther co-writer Joe Robert Cole.

Almost Happy (series)

A radio show host deals with life after divorce.

Get In (film)

A man returns from vacation to find squatters in his home.

The Half Of It (film)

A teenager falls for the girl she’s been hired to write a love letter for.

Hollywood (series)

Ryan Murphy looks back at Hollywood after World War II, and a group of actors struggling to make it.

Into the Night (series)

Passengers on a hijacked overnight flight try to stay alive after realizing the sun is suddenly killing everyone.

Mrs. Serial Killer (film)

A woman commits copycat crimes to prove her jailed husband’s innocence.

May 5

Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill (standup)

Seinfeld has some more observations.

May 6

Workin’ Moms season 4 (series)

The mom-com returns.

May 7

Scissor Seven season 2 (series)

The animated series returns.

May 8

Dead to Me season 2 (series)

Jen and Judy try to cover up their secret.

The Eddy (series)

Damien Chazelle’s series follows a Paris jazz club owner as he struggles to keep his business and family safe.

The Hollow season 2 (series)

The animated series returns.

Restaurants on the Edge season 2 (series)

The restaurant rescue series returns.

Rust Valley Restorers season 2 (series)

The car restoration show returns.

Valeria (series)

A writer gets support from her best friends.

May 11

Bordertown season 3 (series)

The crime drama returns.

Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics (documentary)

Celebrities share their wildest trips. Hosted by Nick Offerman.

Trial By Media (documentary)

A look at how media shapes criminal trials, directed by Skye Borgman (Abducted in Plain Sight).

May 12

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. the Reverend (film)

An interactive special in which Kimmy must defeat the Reverend’s evil plot, with your help.

May 13

The Wrong Missy (film)

David Spade and Lauren Lapkus star in this comedy about a blind date gone wrong.

May 15

Chichipatos (series)

A magician makes a kingpin disappear during a party.

I Love You, Stupid (film)

A heartbroken man tries to reinvent himself.

Inhuman Resources (series)

An unemployed man gets lured into a job at a shadowy corporation.

Magic For Humans season 3 (series)

Justin Willman is back with more tricks.

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power season 5 (series)

The animated series returns.

White Lines (series)

A woman travels to Ibiza to investigate her brother’s death.

May 18

The Big Flower Fight (series)

A reality show about florists and designers.

May 19

Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything (standup)

Oswalt explores getting remarried, aging, and buying a house.

Sweet Magnolias (series)

Three friends in a small Southern town deal with love, careers, and family.

May 20

Ben Platt Live From Radio City Music Hall (film)

The actor and singer performs his album Sing to Me Instead.

May 22

Control Z (series)

As a hacker starts exposing students’ secrets, one girl tries to figure out who it is.

The Lovebirds (film)

Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae star as a couple unwittingly involved in a murder.

Selling Sunset season 2 (series)

The real estate reality series returns.

Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series season 2 (series)

The animated series returns.

May 26

Hannah Gadsby: Douglas (standup)

The comedian follows up Nanette with a look at art history, fame, and more.

May 27

I’m No Longer Here (film)

A 17-year-old is forced to leave behind his friends in Mexico and migrate to the U.S.

May 29

Space Force (series)

Steve Carell stars as the general in charge of managing the newly created Space Force.

Somebody Feed Phil season 3 (series)

Phil travels to Marrakesh, Seoul, Montreal, Chicago and London. 


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

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*First Published: Dec 24, 2019, 3:22 pm CST
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