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Stranger Things Season 3 (Teaser)

Stranger Things Season 3 (Teaser)

“And don’t forget! A state-of-the-art food court!” Netflix went all in for this short but rad teaser for the third season of Stranger Things. It’s an advertisement for Starcourt Mall, a newly opened mall in the show’s town. It should make for an awesome setting for the series.

Ghoul (Trailer)

Ghoul (Trailer)

From the producers of Insidious and Get Out comes Ghoul, an upcoming Netflix series created in India. The show stars a newly minted military interrogator, who gets trapped in a prison where not all of the prisoners are human. Premieres 8/24/18.

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Disenchantment (Teaser)

Disenchantment (Teaser)

Cartoonist Matt Groening gave us the present with The Simpsons, then he entertained us in a futuristic setting with Futurama. So for his upcoming Netflix show Disenchantment, it’s only fitting that he goes to the past. The show premieres 8/17/18.

How It Ends (Trailer)

How It Ends (Trailer)

In the Netflix exclusive film How It Ends, a mysterious apocalyptic event hits the United States, causing misinformation and violence to spread throughout the country. But a man and his father-in-law will journey across the country to save his pregnant wife. Premieres 7/20/18.

Luke Cage Season 2 (Trailer)

Luke Cage Season 2 (Trailer)

In the second season of Netflix’s Luke Cage, our hero is earning some well-deserved love and respect. Just as the fame seems to be going to his head, out comes a villain who appears to be even stronger than him. Fortunately, friends both old and new have his back.

Arrested Development: Season 5

Arrested Development: Season 5

The disjointed nature of last season meant the return of Arrested Development was a little off of its game. But for Season 5, Netflix managed to get all of our favorite characters back in the same place at the same time. We’re hoping that restores its former glory. Drops 5/29/18.

Safe (Trailer)

Safe (Trailer)

Dexter‘s Michael C. Hall stars in this Netflix series created by crime author Harlan Coben. A doctor living in an affluent neighborhood has just lost his wife when his daughter goes missing. As he tries to track down his child, he discovers his neighbors’ dark secrets.

Anon (Trailer)

Anon (Trailer)

Clive Owen stars in this sci-fi thriller about a future in which our lives are are live-streamed to the authorities, violating all privacy, but providing detectives with a great crimesolving tool – at least until someone starts to mess with the data. Coming soon to Netflix.

Mindhunter: A Game Called Dialogue

Mindhunter: A Game Called Dialogue

(PG-13: Language) Netflix’s Mindhunter has a repetitive flow and is heavy on dialogue. But it keeps viewers watching by recreating Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter’s conversations in Silence of the Lambs – conveying information through framing and body language.

Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity

Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity

(PG-13: Language) Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity is an upcoming Netflix special that combines music, sketches and stand up comedy to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. It stars John Mulaney, Post Malone, Tiffany Haddish and more. Premieres 4/6/18.

The Titan (Trailer)

The Titan (Trailer)

A sci-fi thriller set in the not-too-distant-future, about a group of people recruited to help relocate humanity to one of Saturn’s moons when Earth is doomed. But in order to survive the mission, the humans must evolve at an unnatural pace. Drops 3/30/18 on Netflix.

Netflix in 1995

Netflix in 1995

For their latest episode of “Wonders of the World Wide Web,” Squirrel Monkey envisions what it might have been like to used Netflix to stream movies and other videos back in the days of dial-up modems, HotBot, and Excite!

Netflix: Lost in Space (Trailer)

Netflix: Lost in Space (Trailer)

The 1960s sci-fi adventure series gets a modern update. Netflix reintroduces the Robinson family as they crash land on a strange planet on their way to establish a new space colony. We don’t usually love reboots, but this one looks intriguing. DANGER WILL ROBINSON!

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The Outsider (Trailer)

The Outsider (Trailer)

(PG-13: Nudity) Jared Leto stars as an American soldier imprisoned in post-WWII Japan and who ends up serving as a Yakuza enforcer as a way to earn his freedom. Based on a concept by Sons of Anarchy Executive Producer John Linson. Coming to Netflix on 3/9/18.

Jessica Jones Season 2 (Trailer)

Jessica Jones Season 2 (Trailer)

Jessica Jones‘ first season lost steam halfway through for us, but overall it’s still a good show. The super-powered sleuth is coming back with another personal investigation. This time she’s trying to find out how and why she inherited her abilities.

Everything Sucks! (Trailer)

Everything Sucks! (Trailer)

Ready to feel old? 1990s nostalgia is now officially a thing. This new Netflix original series is about relationships and coming of age in the heyday of Beavis and Butthead, Nickelodeon, and America Online. Drops 2/16/18.

Altered Carbon (Trailer)

Altered Carbon (Trailer)

This Netflix sci-fi series envisions a future in which consciousness can be uploaded into other bodies, allowing humans to survive physical death. The story kick off as a soldier is brought to life after 250 years by a wealthy man who wants answers to his own murder.

The End of the F**king World (Trailer)

The End of the F**king World (Trailer)

(PG-13) Based on Charles Forsman’s graphic novel, The End of the F**king World is a comedy series about a young sociopath who pretends to like a girl so he can kill her. Turns out she’s as crazy as he is. But maybe two wrongs can make a right.

The Open House (Trailer)

The Open House (Trailer)

“Death – it’s like it moves in and never leaves.” After the death of her husband, a woman and her son move in to a relative’s vacation home, which is currently being sold. And there might be a good reason why they’re selling the place. On Netflix starting 1/19/18.

Dave Chappelle on Netflix Pt. 2 (Trailer)

Dave Chappelle on Netflix Pt. 2 (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) “My parents did just well enough so that I could grow up poor around white people.” Dave Chappelle’s last two Netflix specials – at least in the foreseeable future – are streaming now. Equanimity is arguably one of his best specials.

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Dark (Trailer)

Dark (Trailer)

This upcoming Netflix original series originates from Germany, and follows the story of two children who suddenly vanish. As the layers of the onion are peeled back, we’re lead down the rabbit hole into a mystery about the very nature of time. Drops 12/1/17.

She’s Gotta Have It: The Series

She’s Gotta Have It: The Series

Spike Lee’s latest joint goes back to his roots, with a Netflix series based on his 1986 classic She’s Gotta Have It. The 10-episode series drops Nola Darling and her trio of lovers into modern day Brooklyn. Please baby, please baby, please baby, baby baby, please let this be good.

Little Evil (Trailer)

Little Evil (Trailer)

Adam Scott and Evangeline Lilly star in this horror/comedy about a couple and their especially hard to handle child. But why is junior such a dick? Well it turns out the kid’s real dad might just be the Antichrist. Hits Netflix 9/1/17.

The Meyerowitz Stories (Teaser)

The Meyerowitz Stories (Teaser)

From Noah Baumbach (Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou) comes a film about fathers and sons. Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller and Dustin Hoffman star in the critically acclaimed comedy-drama hailed as “the best Netflix original film to date.” Drops 10/13/17.

Mindhunter (Trailer)

Mindhunter (Trailer)

(PG-13, Gore) “You like truffles? You gotta get in the dirt with the pigs.” An unsettling Netflix series based on the memoir of former FBI agent John Douglas. Mindhunter is about FBI agents in 1979 interviewing imprisoned serial killers to crack ongoing cases. Premieres 10/13/17.

What Happened to Monday? (Trailer)

What Happened to Monday? (Trailer)

Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe, and Noomi Rapace star in this Netflix release about a future in which overpopulation is controlled by strict limits on reproduction. But one man hides his secret septuplets by only letting them go out one day per week, and sharing a single identity.

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