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Netflix’s 2019 Originals: A Comprehensive Guide

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We’re more than halfway through 2019, but Netflix isn’t done churning out originals just yet.

The streaming service will continue piling onto your to-be-watched queue throughout the rest of the summer and into the fall/winter season, with a bunch of new titles joining the ever-growing list of returning favorites. So, to help guide you through the busy schedule, here’s a month-by-month guide of everything new that Netflix has to offer subscribers this year (note: previously released titles can be found at the bottom).

Jonathan Groff, <em>Mindhunter</em>Jonathan Groff, Mindhunter


Ask the StoryBots Season 3: The brainy kids show returns for another round. (Aug. 2)

Basketball or Nothing: The kids from Chinle High basketball of Arizona’s Navajo Nation aim to bring pride to their community by winning a state championship. (Aug. 2)

Dear White People Season 3: Prepare for year at Winchester University as this satirical series continues to tackle some of the era’s most pressing issues. (Aug. 2)

Derry Girls Season 2: The Irish dramedy returns. (Aug. 2)

Otherhood: Longtime friends (portrayed by Angela Bassett, Patricia Arquette, and Felicity Huffman) drive to New York to reconnect with their adult sons. (Aug. 2)

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 3: The animated adventures continue when this celebrated series returns for its third season. (Aug. 2)

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj Volume 4: This political variety show returns with its first of six new episodes. (Aug. 4)

Enter the Anime: This documentary features Tania Nolan getting to the root of anime’s popularity. (Aug 5)

No Good Nick Part 2: The family dramedy returns to reveal whether the titular thief will finally be caught in the act of deception. (Aug. 5)

Dollar: An assistant teams up with an ad executive to track down a very valuable dollar bill. (Aug. 8)

The Naked Director: This biopic centers on Toru Muranishi, who revolutionized Japan’s porn industry. (Aug. 8)

Wu Assassins: A San Francisco chef must become an assassin to protect the Wu powers from reaching the wrong hands. (Aug. 8)

Cable Girls Season 4: The Spanish period drama returns. (Aug. 9)

The Family: This limited series explores the power of religious institutions in American politics. (Aug. 9)

GLOW Season 3: The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling take their act to Las Vegas, but many of their problems follow in this new season. (Aug. 9)

Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling: The Nickelodeon animated series explores the present as its titular dog returns to Earth after two decades in space and finds that O-Town is quite different than he remembers. (Aug. 9)

Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready: Comedian Tiffany Haddish turns the spotlight to a few of her favorite comedians. (Aug. 13)

Diagnosis Season 1: This documentary series follows New York Times columnist Dr. Lisa Sanders as she uncovers rare and mysterious medical conditions. (Aug. 16)

Mindhunter Season 2: The FBI’s behavioral science unit is back at it again, this time, tracking the BTK Killer and the Atlanta Child Murderer and interviewing creepy historical murderers like Charles Manson and the Son of Sam. (Aug. 16)

QB1: Beyond the Lights Season 3: Get ready for some more three-star quarterback action when this docuseries from Friday Night Lights‘ Peter Berg returns. (Aug. 16)

Sextuplets: Marlon Wayans stars as all six siblings in this film about a dad-to-be who discovers he shared a womb with five siblings. (Aug. 16)

Simon Amstell: Set Free: The comic opens up about his personal struggles in this stand-up special. (Aug. 20)

American Factory: The first rollout from Netflix’s partnership with Barack Obama and Michelle Obama’s production company, this documentary centers on an Ohio factory where American workers and Chinese owners clash. (Aug. 21)

Hyperdrive Season 1: Street racers compete on American Ninja Warrior style obstacle courses in this new series. (Aug. 21)

Rust Valley Restorers Season 1: One man’s trash is another man’s treasure in this new docuseries about car aficionados who hope to restore and make a profit off of old cars. (Aug. 23)

13 Reasons Why Season 3: This series has become quite the conversation-starter in its first two seasons about issues ranging from self-harm to bullying and more, but this time, the series ventures into murder-mystery land as the students of Liberty High deal with the fallout of Bryce Walker’s (Justin Prentice) death. (Aug. 23)

Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones: The comedian returns for a new stand-up special. (Aug. 26)

Trolls: The Beat Goes On!: Season 7: The Trolls keep on singing in this new season of the kids’ cartoon series. (Aug. 27)

Falling Inn Love: This rom-com stars Christina Milian as a corporate exec who hires a handsome contractor to restore her New Zealand inn. (Aug. 29)

Workin’ Moms: Season 3: The overworked moms are back at it when this dramedy series returns. (Aug. 29)

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Season 1: This prequel to Jim Henson’s classic 1982 original film returns to the world of Thra for a new adventures, as three Gelfling discover the disturbing truth of the Skeksis’ power and embark on a journey of world-changing rebellion. (Aug. 30)

Styling Hollywood Season 1: Stylist Jason Bolden and husband Adair Curtis reveal the secrets to styling A-listers for the red carpet. (Aug. 30)

True and the Rainbow Kingdom: Wild Wild Yetis: The Rainbow Kingdom is back to brighten your kid’s day and teach them a little something along the way. (Aug. 30)



Disenchantment Season 2: Matt Groenig’s animated fantasy-comedy series returns for a second season of Princess Bean’s adventures — only this time, Elfo is gone and Dreamland is deserted. (Sept. 20)

The Politician Season 1: Ryan Murphy‘s musical comedy series stars Broadway superstar Ben Platt as a musically gifted and wealthy Santa Barbara man with political ambitions. The series will also star Bette Midler and is expected to have at least two seasons. (Sept. 27)

Skylines Season 1: A hip-hop musician in Frankfurt gets the record deal of a lifetime — until the label owner’s gangster brother comes back to claim his share. (Sept. 27)

Katherine Langford, <em>13 Reasons Why</em>Katherine Langford, 13 Reasons Why


The Kominsky Method Season 2: Coach Sandy (Michael Douglas) and agent Norman (Alan Arkin) are back for the second season of this celebrated comedy series. (Oct. 25)


American Son: Kerry Washington leads this adaptation of the celebrated Broadway play about the mother of a missing teenage boy who tries to piece together the details of his disappearance at a South Florida police station. (Nov. 1)

The CrownSeason 3: When we return to Buckingham Palace, the faces inside might look a little bit different as actors like Olivia Colman, Tobias Menzies, and Helena Bonham Carter step into royal family’s gilded shoes. (Nov. 17)


Ares Season 1: This psychological horror series centers on a secret student society in Amsterdam filled with wealth, power and … demons.

Bard of Blood Season 1: Based on Bilal Siddiqui’s popular Indian spy novel, this series will center on a retired spy who must return to the business to face his old enemies.

Big Mouth Season 3: Brace for more puberty-centered hilarity when this animated series returns later this year.

Brotherhood Season 1: This Brazilian thriller series will be set in the ’90s and will center on a woman who discovers that her missing brother has been imprisoned and leading a crime ring, and she’s forced to become an informant against him.

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby: A bundle of joy is on the way just in time for Christmas in Aldovia.

Daybreak Season 1: This dramedy series centers on a teen named Josh Wheeler (Colin Ford) who’s navigating the post-apocalyptic world of zombies and rowdy road rebels as he searches for his lost love.

Dolemite Is My Name: Eddie Murphy leads the cast of this comedic biopic about Rudy Ray Moore.

Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings: An anthology series centering on the backstories of Dolly Parton’s most famous songs.

Eli: Netflix scooped up this Paramount horror film about a house-bound boy (Charlie Shotwell) with an autoimmune disorder whose parents put his treatment in the hands of an unusual doctor.

Fractured: After taking his daughter to a hospital for a broken arm, a man wakes up to find her and his wife missing, with the staff having no memory of them checking in.

Goop: Gwyneth Paltrow will be bringing her lifestyle brand to the screen sometime this fall, as she and her digital team talk to experts about wellness issues.

Green Eggs and Ham Season 1: Dr. Seuss’ iconic children’s book comes to life in this animated story about Guy and Sam as they venture out on a cross-country journey with, of course, some curiously-hued foodstuffs.

Go! Go! Cory Carson: This animated preschool series will give fictional life to the hit toy line Go! Go! Smart Wheels from VTech Electronics by following kid car Cory Carson on his adventures through Bumperton Hills.

Hache Season 1: This Spanish thriller series centers on a woman named Helena (Adriana Ugarte) who is thrust into the heroin-trafficking business of 1960s Barcelona.

Holiday in the Wild: A woman’s husband leaves her just as they are about to embark on an African safari as a second honeymoon, leaving her to take the trip alone.

Holiday Rush: A single dad to four spoiled children faces a frugal holiday that might just be the gift his family needs to reconnect.

In the Shadow of the Moon: Boyd Holbrook stars as an officer who begins tracking a serial killer who emerges every nine years.

In the Tall Grass: A sister and brother venture into a field of tall grass after hearing a boy’s cry for help and discover something evil lurking within the brush.

The Irishman: Martin Scorsese’s biographical film about Frank Sheeran, a hitman for the Bufalino crime family, stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keital, Anna Paquin, Bobby Canavale, and Ray Romano.

Klaus: Netflix nabbed the distribution rights to this animated family film from Sergio Pablos, featuring a new origin story for the legend of Santa Claus.

The Knight Before Christmas: A medieval English knight is transported to the future where he meets and falls for a high school science teacher.

Last Kids on Earth: An action-packed story of a 12-year-old boy and his best friends surviving the zombie apocalypse in their treehouse fortress.

Nowhere Man Season 1: This Mandarin-language thriller features a man trying to escape prison to save his family after learning that his son has been kidnapped. All the while, he experiences the onset of alternate realities through a dream state.

October Faction Season 1: Based on the Steve Niles comic, this series centers on a family that includes retired monster-hunter, a witch and a warlock.

Raising Dion Season 1: Based on Dennis Liu’s comic book and short film, a single mother must protect her supernaturally talented son from exploitation from the outside.

Rattlesnake: A single mother accepts the help of a stranger when her daughter is bitten by a snake but has to pay back her debt by taking the life of a stranger in a rural town.

Rhythm + Flow Season 1: This hip-hop competition series features Cardi B, Chance the Rapper and T.I. as judges who scout the next big industry talent.

Tall Girl: A tall girl named Jodi never quite fits into her school until she meets a handsome foreign exchange student who sizes up and lives with her best friend.

Twelve Forever Season 1: This new animated kids series centers on a pre-teen girl named Reggie who never wants to grow up and creates her own little fantasy world to stay young as long as she can. It first debuted as a mini-episode on Cartoon Network.

The WitcherSeason 1: Based on the fantasy books, this original centers on Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter who struggles to understand a world wherein the people are often worse than beasts.

Sadie Sink, Millie Bobby Brown; <em>Stranger Things</em>Sadie Sink, Millie Bobby Brown; Stranger Things

Previously released

A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 3: The third and final season of Netflix’s gloomy adaptation of the Lemony Snicket books dropped on New Year’s Day to give the Baudelaire siblings one last run. (Jan. 1)

COMEDIANS of the World: Instead of just one stand-up comedian taking the stage, this series features funny people from across the globe offering a broader perspective of what makes people laugh in different regions of the world. (Jan. 1)

Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Season 1: This famed lifestyle author brought her KonMari organization skills to the homes of others as she helped everyone declutter their space. The impact was immediate, as it inspired fans everywhere to declutter. (Jan. 1)

Pinky Malinky Season 1: The newest character obsession for kids is this optimistic hot dog who likes to hang out with his besties. It’s like Sausage Party but without all the raunch. (Jan. 1)

And Breathe Normally: This film centered on an Icelandic single mother and an asylum seeker who team up as they face deportation. (Jan. 4)

Call My Agent! Season 3: The Parisian talent agents came back for another hilarious round as they tried to keep their clients happy. (Jan. 4)

El Potro: Unstoppable: This biopic of Rodrigo Bueno showcased the highs and lows of fame in the Tropical music scene. (Jan. 4)

Lionheart: Not to be confused with the Crusade-era drama or the Jean Claude Van Damme actioner of the same name, this film features a Nigerian woman stepping up to help run the family bus business in the wake of her father’s unexpected illness. (Jan. 4)

GODZILLA The Planet Eater: This Japanese film is the trilogy closer for Toho’s animated kaiju films. (Jan. 9)

When Heroes Fly Season 1: This Hebrew-language drama has already received acclaim during its original run in Israel but got a wider audience berth with its Netflix debut. (Jan. 10)

Friends from College Season 2: The group of 40-something friends who’ve been kicking it since college got back together for another round of (mostly) grown-up fun. (Jan. 11)

The Last Laugh: A long-retired comedian decides to get back into the game for one more tour with his old manager in this film, starring Richard Dreyfuss and Chevy Chase in the respective roles. (Jan. 11)

ReMastered: Massacre at the Stadium: This documentary series installment investigates the death of Victor Jara, a Chilean singer whose death was blamed on a member of Pinochet’s army. The accused was exiled but aims to prove his innocence. (Jan. 11)

Sex Education Season 1: The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree as the son of a sex therapist decides to set up his own little clinic for all his high school pals in his basement. (Jan. 11)

Solo: This story centers on a seriously injured surfer who fights to survive after falling from a cliff in the Canary Islands. (Jan. 11)

Sebastian Maniscalco: Stay Hungry: This Chicago comedian brought his memoir to the stage as he pokes fun at life’s many oddities and challenges. (Jan. 15)

Revenger: This Bruce Khan-led actioner features a man on a deadly mission to get revenge for his family on a remote island for dangerous criminals. (Jan. 15)

Marvel’s The Punisher Season 2: The second and final season of this gritty MCU series was the second-to-last of the Marvel-Netflix collaborations. (Jan. 18)

Carmen Sandiego Season 1: We don’t have to wonder where in the world the titular character is anymore because the globe-trotting thief returned to our lives again in this animated original series starring Gina Rodriguez as Carmen. (Jan. 18.)

Close: This action thriller features Noomi Rapace as real-life female bodyguard Jacquie Davis as her protection detail of an heiress turns into an unlikely partnership to hunt down a vicious kidnapper. (Jan. 18)

FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened: The spectacular disaster that was the 2017 Fyre Festival got the documentary treatment with this original film that aims to detail how a supposed luxury musical getaway turned into such a hilariously embarrassing fiasco. (Jan. 18)

GIRL: This Belgian film about a 15-year-old who pursues her dream of becoming a ballerina while transitioning debuted on Netflix in the same format as it did during its festival run, despite some controversy about its inclusion of underage nudity. (Jan. 18)

Grace and Frankie Season 5: The unconquerable Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda returned to their celebrated roles as the jilted ex-wives of two men who’ve decided to make their affair official — only this time, the ladies worked on a way to get their old lives back. (Jan. 18)

IO: In this film, Earth’s last hope is a teen (Margaret Qualley) who’s racing to save the dying planet before the last shuttle to the sanctuary of another planet takes off. (Jan. 18)

Soni: This original Indian film presents a police superintendent trying to curb violence against women in Delhi. (Jan. 18)

Trigger Warning with Killer Mike Season 1: The rapper challenges social expectations and all-things-taboo in this documentary series. (Jan. 18)

World’s Most Extraordinary Homes Season 2 Part B: Palace envy was very real when this series continued to showcase some of the coolest pads across the planet. (Jan. 18)

Trolls: The Beat Goes On! Season 5: The beat goes on indeed as the Trolls get into some more fun around the Foundation of Glitter in the new season of this kid-friendly favorite. (Jan. 18)

Justice: A woman sets up a shingle as a defense attorney instead of joining the family firm in Abu Dhabi. (Jan. 21)

Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes: This four-part docuseries revisits the twisted mind of the serial killer using audio evidence and exclusive interviews to detail both the killings and the media frenzy surrounding his crimes. (Jan. 24)

Animas: This fright flick features a woman descending into her own sort of hell, as reality blurs with a living nightmare. Spooky stuff. (Jan. 25)

Black Earth Rising: A Rwandan woman orphaned by genocide returns to her roots after being raised in London in this BBC thriller. (Jan. 25)

Club of Crows Season 4: Inheriting a soccer team isn’t as glamorous as it sounds for this series’ brother-sister duo. (Jan. 25)

Kingdom Season 1: As the dead rise and threaten an already-famined populace, a beleaguered crown prince must fight these plague-monsters to save his people and his reputation. (Jan. 25)

Medici: The Magnificent: This follow-up to Medici: Masters of Florence jumps ahead two decades to follow Lorenzo de’ Medici taking over the family bank ahead of the infamous Pazzi conspiracy. (Jan. 25)

Polar: A former assassin has to get back into the business once he finds out the latest hit is on him in this violent thriller. (Jan. 25)

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4 Part 2: The oh-so-cheery Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) got one last dance in this final stretch of the hilarious comedy as she navigates whether to keep propping up her new friends or focus on her own needs. (Jan. 25)

Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias: One Show Fits All: The comedian dives into stories about Snoop Dogg, his son and an overzealous fan in this stand-up special. (Jan. 29)

Russian Doll Season 1: Natasha Lyonne stars as a woman who’s stuck in a time loop where she attends a party and dies every night in this dark comedy series co-created by Lyonne, Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland. (Feb. 1)

Velvet Buzzsaw: This thriller features Jake Gyllenhaal, Toni Collette, Renee Russo and more in an ensemble set among the contemporary art world. It premiered at Sundance Film Festival before hitting the streaming service. (Feb. 1)

Always a Witch Season 1: This series centers on a witch who travels through time to avoid being burnt at the stake and finds her adjusting to modern life. (Feb. 1)

One Day at a Time Season 3: The Alvarez family returned to warm our hearts and make us bawl our eyes out in this charming sitcom, which moves to PopTV after being canceled by Netflix. (Feb. 8)

Big Mouth: My Furry Valentine: Big Mouth dove into the awkwardness of Valentine’s Day with a holiday special that was expectedly and gloriously gross. (Feb. 8)

High Flying Bird: This basketball drama features a talent agent changing up all the rules amid and NBA lockout. (Feb. 8)

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: A new episode of this comedy series followed the streaming service’s controversial decision to pull an episode in Saudi Arabia earlier this year. (Feb. 10)

Dating Around Season 1: This documentary-style dating show features one person going out on five different dates each episode to see whether they can form a connection or if it’ll just be a whole bunch of awkward encounters. (Feb. 14)

Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho: The physician-turned-comedian appeared in his first stand-up special and talk about his life and how The Hangover saved it. (Feb. 14)

The Breaker Upperers: This New Zealand comedy film features two women setting up a breakup agency and receives international release on the streaming service. (Feb. 15)

Larry Charles’ Dangerous World of Comedy: This documentary series explores the work of comedians across the globe, particularly in troubled countries, as they try to bring laughter to people in the most need of it. (Feb. 15)

The Umbrella Academy Season 1: Based on Gerard Way’s comic series, this series centers on a group of superheroes who were mysteriously born to women who’d not been expecting the day before and then were adopted by a billionaire industrialist with the hopes that they might one day save the world. (Feb. 15)

Paddleton: Two misfit neighbors come together after one of them is diagnosed with cancer in this Sundance debut film from writer-director Alex Lehmann. (Feb. 22)

Paris Is Us: This French film centers on a young woman who survives a plane crash and finds herself in the middle of chaos as she thinks about her past. (Feb. 22)

The Boy Who Harnessed the World: Based on the true story of William Kamkwamba, this film features the story of a boy who creates a windmill to save his Malawi village. It marked the directorial debut for Chiwetel Ejiofor. (March 1)

After Life Season 1: Ricky Gervais stars as a widower who decides to stop minding his Ps and Qs and act however he wants. (Mar. 8)

Walk. Ride. Rodeo.: This film is based on the true story of Amberley Snyder (Spencer Locke) who, after her dreams of being a rodeo star are dashed by an accident that leaves her paralyzed from the waist down, goes into barrel racing. (March 8)

Triple Frontier: Former special operations soldiers stage a heist to steal $75 million from a South American Drug lord in this film, starring Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal and Garrett Hedlund. (March 13)

Turn Up Charlie Season 1: Idris Elba stars as a failed DJ who takes a job nannying his best friend’s 11-year-old daughter. (March 15)

Queer Eye Season 3: The Fab Five headed to Kansas City for their next round of self-esteem-improving makeovers. (March 15)

Arrested Development Season 5, Part 2: The Bluths came back, this time for a murder trial for Buster to contend with as the family continued to fall apart over its plan to build a wall. (March 15)

Love, Death & Robots: Executive-produced by David Fincher, this animated short story anthology series spans the genres from science-fiction to horror and even comedy. (March 15)

Amy Schumer Growing: The stand-up comedian‘s second Netflix special tackles issues like love and her pregnancy in addition to her usual slate of sex jokes. (March 19)

The Dirt: This biopic of Mötley Crüe’s rise to rock-and-roll fame features four new original songs from the band. (March 22)

The OA Part II: This wild sci-fi drama series returned to finally answer all of the questions left unanswered by the first season, which saw Prairie/Nina/OA’s group finally use their inter-dimensional dance moves. (March 22)

Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid: The eponymous comedian talked about everything from cheap weddings to chocolate milk in this stand-up special. (March 26)

Santa Clarita Diet Season 3: The Hammonds (Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant) faced a new threat in the new season after their sheriff figured out who’s responsible for all the body bags in town. (March 29)

The Highwaymen: This film stars Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson as the two Texas Rangers who helped bring down legendary outlaws Bonnie and Clyde. (March 29)

Osmosis Season 1: This Paris-set series centers on a dating app that can find a user’s absolute perfect match — so long as they’re okay with tech taking control over their whole existence. (March 29)

The Legend of Cocaine Island: This Theo Love documentary, formerly known as White Tide: The Legend of Culebra, centers on a businessman whose desperation drives him to try and uncover a rumored fortune hidden in the Caribbean. (March 29)

On My Block Season 2: This warm series about a group of L.A. high school kids returned to resolve the first season’s major cliffhanger at last. (March 29)

Ultraman Season 1: This new anime revived the iconic Japanese series by picking up with Shinjiro, who learns that he has a connection to the old hero and must suit up to fight aliens himself. (April 1)

Kevin Hart: Irresponsible: The comedian’s latest stand-up comes from his London, England set. (April 2)

Suzzanna: Buried Alive: A murdered pregnant woman’s spirit seeks revenge against her killers. (April 3)

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 2: The titular teenage witch (played by Kiernan Shipka) returns for a second round of magical mischief and mayhem. (April 5)

Our Planet Season 1: For those that loved the Planet Earth series, this new show documents some of nature’s most amazing habitats, and the human impact upon them, with some amazing photography. (April 5)

Tijuana: Journalists attempt to uncover the truth of a politician’s murder in this original. (April 5)

Unicorn Store: As the title suggests, this film presents a woman who gets an invitation to fulfill a childhood dream, with Brie Larson both directing and starring in the pic. (April 5)

Trolls: The Beat Goes On! Season 6: The beat goes on with this animated children’s original series. (April 9)

The Silence: This film centers on a group of people, including a girl who lost her ability to speak, surviving the scourge of creatures who hunt by sound. (April 10)

You vs. Wild: Netflix’s continued into the interactive zone came with this Bear Grylls survival show, which lets audiences decide how to help the outdoorsman survive his latest challenges. (April 10)

Black Summer Season 1: Who doesn’t need another zombie survival story to fill the void? This one journeys back to the earliest days of the apocalypse as strangers team up in hopes of returning to those they love. (April 11)

Huge in France: A comedian must adjust to life away from the French spotlight he’s grown used to. (April 12)

Mighty Little Bheem: This Indian preschool series centers on a toddler who gets into all manner of mischief in his small town. (April 12)

The Perfect Date: This romantic comedy centers on an app creator (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before‘s Noah Centineo) who makes his way through college by being the perfect date for hire. Riverdale star Camila Mendes and Laura Marano also star. (April 12)

The Silence: Kiernan Shipka stars as a deaf teen who seeks to escape creatures who hunt their prey by sound and stumbles upon a cult who seeks to exploit her unique gifts in this film. (April 12)

Special: A gay man with cerebral palsy goes after the life he’s always wanted. (April 12)

Who Would You Take to a Deserted Island?: This film centers on four roommates who make some startling discoveries during a night of fun. (April 12)

No Good Nick Season 1: This comedy series centers on a teen con artist who moves in with a couple (played by Melissa Joan Hart and Sean Astin) that she claims to be her family. (April 15)

Super Monsters Furever Friends: The Super Monsters celebrate the arrival of spring at the park and meet their monster pets. (April 16)

Homecoming: Beyoncé takes fans behind the scenes of her groundbreaking 2018 Coachella performance in this documentary. (April 17)

My First First Love Season 1: What happens when a group of friends move into the same house? A lot in this Netflix Original. (April 18)

Brené Brown: The Call to Courage: The eponymous author discusses what it means to be hopeful in modern times. (April 19)

Cuckoo Season 5: A new sister arrives on the series. (April 19)

A Fortunate Man: This film centers on a man who escapes his roots among Copenhagen’s elite … or does he? (April 19)

The Lunatics: This 10-part comedy series is presented as a documentary with the characters played by writer/creator Chris Lilley. (April 19)

Music Teacher: A music teacher from a small town reconnects with a famous former student. (April 19)

Rilakkuma and Kaoru Season 1: Based on the Japanese character, this animated series features a girl whose best friend and roommate is a lazy teddy bear. Yes, really. (April 19)

Samantha! Season 2: The adventures of this ’80s child star continue. (April 19)

Someone Great: Gina Rodriguez stars in this rom-com about an aspiring music journalist who moves to San Francisco for her dream job, gives up her boyfriend (Lakeith Stanfield) and invites her best pals (DeWanda Wise and Brittany Snow) out for one last hurrah in the Big Apple. (April 19)

Grass is Greener: This original explores our nation’s complicated relationship with marijuana, with experts Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill’s B-Real, and Damian Marley. (April 20)

Pink Malinky: Part 2: The hot dog adventures continue. (April 22)

Selection Day: A cricket player with a competitive family finds fascination with the world of crime scene investigation. (April 22)

I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson: This sketch series features its host and guests trying to force their targets to bail on various situations. (April 23)

Bonding Season 1: A grad student works as a dominatrix in this original. (April 24)

Chambers Season 1: A heart attack survivors begins to exhibit sinister traits as she investigates the cause of her donor’s death in this series, starring Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn as the parents of the lost child. (April 26)

The Protector Season 2: Hakan and the Loyal Ones are back to defend the city from the Immortals. (April 26)

ReMastered: Devil at the Crossroads: This series focuses on the life and times of blues guitarist Robert Johnson, who may or may not have made a pact with the Devil. (April 26)

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 2: The Princess Alliance is back in action with the second season of this animated series. (April 26)

Street Food: The creators of Chef’s Table present this new adventure exploring the culinary offerings of street vendors across the globe. (April 26)

Yankee: A Texas man migrates to Mexico to become a drug lord in this Netflix original. (April 26)

Anthony Jeselnik: Fire in the Maternity Ward: This is the second comedy special from Jeselnik. (April 30)

Baki: Part 2: Biscuit Oliva must nab some escaped inmates in Tokyo this time in this original anime series installment. (April 30)

Ingress: The Animation: This anime series centers on a fight for power as scientists discover a way to influence human minds. (April 30)

Knock Down the House: This documentary explores the grassroots congressional campaigns of four freshman congresswomen, including Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez. (May 1)

All in My Family: This documentary features a Chinese man whose family struggles to come to terms to terms with his sexuality. (May 3)

Dead to Me Season 1: Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini star as two women grieving (sort of) the loss of their significant others in this dark comedy series. (May 3)

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile: This Ted Bundy biopic, starring Zac Efron as the infamous serial killer, focuses on the perspective of his disbelieving girlfriend Liz (played by Lily Collins). (May 3)

The Last Summer: KJ Apa, Maia Mitchell, Jacob Latimore, Halston Sage, and Tyler Posey star in this film about a group of teens spending their last summer before college exploring love and life. (May 3)

Tuca & Bertie Season 1: Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong star in this animated series about two 30-year-old bird women, from the producer of BoJack Horseman. (May 3)

Lucifer Season 4: After being canceled at Fox, this devilish drama has been resurrected at Netflix. The new season picks up where Season 3 left off, with Lucifer’s (Tom Ellis) devil face exposed, as the “original sinner” Eve returns. (May 8)

Easy Season 3: The third and final season of Joe Swanberg’s anthology series features a bevy of new faces, including Elizabeth Reaser, Sophia Bush, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Zazie Beetz, and more. (May 10)

The Society Season 1: Netflix’s best YA drama yet, this thriller series centers on a group of teens who’ve been transported to a facsimile of their town with no access to the outside world, and all the adults and younger children have disappeared — along with the rules. (May 10)

Wine Country: A group of friends — Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, and more — take a road trip to wine country to celebrate a birthday, and things unravel. (May 10)

Malibu Rescue: This surf-side teen film will center on a group of lifeguards competing with the cool kids for bragging rights on Malibu Beach. (May 13)

Still Laugh In: This 50th anniversary tribute to Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In features an all-star line-up, including Lily Tomlin, Ruth Buzzi, Billy Crystal, Snoop Dogg, Tiffany Haddish, Chelsea Handler, Neil Patrick Harris, Taye Diggs, Michael Douglas, Jay Leno, Rita Moreno, Rita Wilson, JoAnne Worley, Maria Bamford, Margaret Cho, Ron Funches, Nikki Glaser, Lisa Ann Walter, Mary McCormack, Bobby Moynihan, Cheri Oteri, Rob Riggle, Jeff Ross, J.B. Smoove, Tony Hale, Jon Lovitz, Natasha Leggero, Kenya Barris, Michael Rapaport, Jameela Jamil, and more. (May 14)

Good Sam: A good Samaritan leaves $100,000 on people’s doorsteps, and a journalist endeavors to find out why. (May 16)

The Rain Season 2: The second season of this dystopian foreign language thriller picks up where the first season left off with Simone and an infected Rasmus on the run. (May 17)

See You Yesterday: This Spike Lee-produced pic couples sci-fi time travel concepts with cultural divides and will debut at Tribeca Film Festival before it arrives on the stream scene. (May 17)

Nailed It! Season 3: The baking misadventures continue with new episodes devoted to subjects like Marvel’s superheroes and cake-o-phobia. (May 17)

Wanda Sykes: Not Normal: The comedian takes on the current state of politics in this stand-up special. (May 21)

A Tale of Two Kitchens: The nuances of two different chefs’ socially impactful kitchens are explored. (May 22)

After Maria: This documentary, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival, follows three Puerto Rican families in the aftermath of the devastating 2017 hurricane. (May 24)

The Perfection: Richard Shepard directs this thriller about a cello-playing prodigy (Allison Williams) who seeks out a student at her former school (Logan Browning) in her pursuit of perfection, and things get twisty. (May 24)

Rim of the World: Directed by McG, this film features a quartet of camp kids who have to really learn some survival skills in the wake of an alien invasion. (May 24)

She’s Gotta Have It Season 2: Nola Darling (DeWanda Wise) continues her journey of self-discovery in this Spike Lee series. (May 24)

What/If Season 1: This anthology series starts out by featuring Renee Zellweger and a newlywed couple who accepts a boatload of money from a mystery woman, but sacrifice their integrity and morals in the process. (May 24)

Historical Roasts: We’ve seen current famous figures roasted on Comedy Central, but here Jeff Ross and his celebrity guests lampoon some historical figures, including Abraham Lincoln and Freddie Mercury. (May 27)

Always Be My Maybe: Ali Wong and Randall Park star as childhood friends who reach a crossroads in their relationship in this romantic comedy. (May 31)

how to sell drugs online (fast) Season 1: This series centers on a teen’s digital drug market, which experiences both triumphs and travails. (May 31)

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction Season 2: David Letterman’s talk show returns to the streaming service, with all-new guests. (May 31)

When They See Us: Ava DuVernay created, co-wrote, and directed this four-part series about the Central Park Five, a group of teens who were blamed for a 1989 rape they didn’t commit in New York and weren’t exonerated until 2002. (May 31)

Arthdal Chronicles Season 1: This series centers on the birth of civilization in the ancient city of Arthdal. (June 1)

Oh, Ramona!: This film centers on a teen who is obsessed with his classmate until he meets a hotel clerk while on vacation. (June 1)

Malibu Rescue: The Series Season 1: Following the events of the film, the kids of Malibu Rescue will continue to enjoy the sand and sun in this eight-episode series. (June 3)

Miranda Sings Live…Your Welcome: Colleen Ballinger brings Miranda Sings to the stage for music and comedy. (June 4)

Black Mirror Season 5: If Bandersnatch wasn’t enough to quench your thirst for dystopian sci-fi, this three-part fifth season of the anthology features more optimistic episodes, although no more interactive ones. (June 5)

3% Season 3: In its third season, this Brazilian dystopian series continues to answer some of the question left behind as tensions between the Inland and Offshore reach a fever pitch. (June 7)

The Black Godfather: This documentary presents the mysterious music mogul Clarence Avant, who has defied many odds and remained in the shadows of those whose careers he has elevated. (June 7)

The Chef Show Season 1: Jon Favreau (Chef) and Roy Choi team up to discover even more about food from some celebrity chef pals. (June 7)

Designated Survivor Season 3: The political thriller, previously canceled at ABC, debuts all-new episodes at its new streaming home. (June 7)

Elisa & Marcela: Set in 1901 Spain, this film tells the true story of a woman who adopted a male identity to marry the woman she loved. (June 7)

I Am Mother: This sci-fi thriller follows a teen girl who is raised by a robot but learns that the world is not what she thinks it is. (June 7)

Pachamama: This celebrated family film is about a boy who goes on a mission to rescue a sacred statue stolen from his homeland. (June 7)

Super Monsters Monster Pets: The Super Monsters fun continues with this spin-off dedicated to the Super Pets. (June 7)

Tales of the City Season 1: Inspired by the books of Armistead Maupin, this series follows Mary Ann (Laura Linney) as she returns to San Francisco to reunite with her daughter, Shawna (Ellen Page), and ex-husband, Brian (Paul Gross), 20 years after leaving to pursue her career. She’s pulled back into the orbit of Anna Madrigal (Olympia Dukakis) and the folks of 28 Barbary Lane. (June 7)

Jo Koy: Comin’ in Hot: The comedian, who hails from Hawaii, tackles subjects like culture and fatherhood. (June 12)

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese: The title is pretty clear on this one, but it documents the cultural impact of Bob Dylan’s music in the fall of 1975. (June 12)

The 3rd Eye 2: This horror film hails from an orphanage where one teen begins to hear strange noises in the walls. (June 13)

Jessica Jones Season 3: The third and final installment to the Marvel heroine’s journey finally arrives. (June 14)

Awake: The Million Dollar Game: After 24 hours of no sleep, contestants are put to the test for a chance to win big. (June 14)

Murder Mystery: Starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, this whodunnit film features a couple who have been implicated in a billionaire’s murder. (June 14)

Trinkets: A grieving teen ends up making friends in Shoplifters Anonymous. (June 14)

The Missing Season 3: The French detective series continues. (June 17)

Adam Devine: Best Time of Our Lives: The comedian performs live from his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska. (June 18)

Beats: This ode to the music of Chicago’s South Side centers on a teen prodigy who forms an unlikely friendship with a security guard. (June 19)

The Edge of Democracy: A harrowing look at one of Brazil’s most politically impactful eras. (June 19)

Dark Season 2: This eerie time-hopping drama returns for a second season. (June 21)

Mr. Iglesias Season 1: This forthcoming sitcom features Gabriel Iglesias as a high school teacher who tries to help some gifted misfits. (June 21)

Mike Epps: Only One Mike: The comedian delivers hot takes and raw tales about everything from strip clubs to gang run-ins in this stand-up special. (June 25)

Anima: A short musical film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and scored by Radiohead’s Thom Yorke (who also stars). (June 27)

Family Business Season 1: This series presents a man who decides to turn his father’s butcher shop into a pot-producing facility after learning that marijuana will be legalized soon. (June 27)

Answer for Heaven Season 1: A reporter and a fallen angel team up to investigate crimes. (June 27)

Dope Season 3: The docuseries continues to shed light on the war on drugs. (June 28)

Exhibit A Season 1: This true crime series investigates some of the ways innocent people have been convicted with dubious forensics. (June 28)

Instant Hotel Season 2: Australian homeowners continue to compete over who can provide the best Instant Hotel. (June 28)

Motown Magic Season 2: The kid’s animated series continues to celebrate street art and classic Motown music. (June 28)

Designated Survivor: 60 Days Season 1: This Korean adaptation of the ABC-turned-Netflix political thriller features a politician who is promoted from minister of environment to president after an explosion kills everyone in the cabinet. (July 1)

Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room: The single mom comedian follows up her 2017 special Trouble with a four-week run in Londons’ West End. (July 1)

The Last Czars: The last emperor of Russia, Czar Nicholas II, faces the fallout of his dynasty-ending decisions. (July 3)

Stranger Things Season 3: Netflix’s nostalgic sci-fi series takes us all to the Starcourt mall (and the Upside Down) for its third outing. (July 4)

Aziz Ansari: Right Now: The comedian finally addresses the allegations against him in this stand-up special filmed by Spike Jonze. (July 9)

Family Reunion: A Seattle family relocates to the south. (July 10)

Cities of Last Things: A reverse-chronological film follows a man who takes revenge on those who’d hurt him decades before. (July 11)

Blown Away Season 1: Expert glassblowers compete for the chance to win a prize and a championship for their sculpture creations. (July 12)

Extreme Engagement: An engaged couple travels the world to try out eight different marriage traditions in the span of one year. (July 12)

Kidnapping Stella: A woman is kidnapped and held for ransom and fights back by trying to undermine her attackers’ plans. (July 12)

Point Blank: Anthony Mackie and Frank Grillo star in this film about an ER nurse who is forced to team with a career criminal to help him take down a ring of corrupt cops after his wife and unborn child are kidnapped. (July 12)

Taco Chronicles: Taco lovers, rejoice! This original celebrates the history and cultural varieties of this important treat.

True Tunes: Songs: Kiddos who love True and the Rainbow Kingdom will enjoy this sing-along show which puts a modern spin on classic nursery rhymes.

Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein: Stranger Things star David Harbour reveals lost footage from his own father’s televised stageplay. (July 16)

Pinky Malinky: Part 3: The hot dog and his BFFs continue to learn to love their little lives. (July 17)

Secret Obsession: This film stars Brenda Song as a traumatized woman who remains in danger when she returns to a life she doesn’t know. (July 18)

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2019: Freshly Brewed: Jerry Seinfeld’s caffeine-centered talk show continues as he picks the brains of fellow comedians. (July 19)

The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants Season 3: The fourth-grade fun keeps getting better as the undies-clad superhero adventures continue. (July 19)

Last Chance U: Indy: Part 2: This docuseries returns to Independence Community College to follow Coach Brown and his team as they face an unexpectedly disastrous season. (July 19)

Queer Eye Season 4: The Fab Five return to Kansas, City, Missouri for some more life-changing makeovers. (July 19)

Typewriter: A haunted house and book stir up the imaginations of young ghost hunters as they try to protect a family who’s moving into a notorious home. (July 19)

The Great Hack: Dig into the details of how Cambridge Analytica pulled off its operation in the 2016 presidential election. (July 24)

Another Life: An astronaut named Niko Breckenridge (Katee Sackhoff) leads a crew on a mission to explore the origins of an alien artifact but find themselves in immense danger by what they discover. (July 25)

Workin’ Moms Season 2: The parents grapple with their now-toddlers and the other life issues that face them. (July 25)

Girls with Balls: A women’s volleyball team play the most dangerous game ever as they’re stranded in the woods and surrounded by hunters. (July 26)

Orange Is the New Black Season 7: The final season of Netflix’s tentpole prison dramedy arrives. (July 26)

The Son: A father-to-be faces an unexpected challenge when his wife isolates the baby from everyone, including him. (July 26)

Sugar Rush Season 2: Teams compete to create the best treats while beating the clock. (July 26)

The Worst Witch Season 3: The Cackle’s Academy adventures continue with Mildred and her non-witch mother. (July 26)

Whitney Cummings: Can I Touch It? The comedian’s fourth stand-up special takes place in her hometown of Washington, D.C. (July 30)

The Letdown Season 2: Audrey and her parents support group continue to face the many challenges of motherhood. (July 31)

The Red Sea Diving Report: This film is based upon a group of international agents in the ’80s who used an abandoned resort in the Sudan to smuggle refugees to Israel. The film stars Chris Evans, Michael Kenneth Williams, Haley Bennett, Alessandro Nivola, Michiel Huisman, Chris Chalk, Greg Kinnear, and Ben Kingsley. (July 31)

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