Netflix reached the new consecutive decade.
We are in mid-January 2020 and we have already devoured new seasons of Grace and Frankie Y Sex educationas well as the debuts of Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez, The circle, SpinningY Encourage. There is much more to expect for the rest of the year, with a series of exciting series and movies that air on Netflix before the end of March.
Listed in the expected release order, here are 10 Netflix originals to highlight now.
Protagonist Black mirrorHannah John-Kamen, this episodic thriller aims to make viewers look over their shoulders, especially when they are surrounded by those they love most.
Family man Adam Price (Richard Armitage) has his world shaken when a stranger (John-Kamen) tells him a devastating secret about his wife Corrine (Dervla Kirwin). The interaction drives Adam and his family into a dangerous world of intrigue and risk to unravel them all. Siobhan Finneran, Jennifer Saunders and Anthony Head also star.
How to look: The stranger starts airing on January 30 on Netflix.
Netflix’s novel animated dramatization of a horse in Hollywoo comes to an end this January with Part 2 of BoJack HorsemanThe last season
In just eight episodes, the creators will try to answer the question they asked for the first time in 2014: Can BoJack really change? Voice acting by series cast members Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Amy Sedaris, Paul F. Tompkins and Alison Brie.
How to look: BoJack Horseman Season 6 Part 2 begins airing on January 31 on Netflix.
After the success of last year’s concert Back home: a Beyoncé movie, Netflix is launching another revealing look at a music icon.
In Miss americana, the documentary filmmaker Lana Wilson (The exit) will offer fans a “Raw and emotionally revealing look “at pop country superstar Taylor Swift. The film will debut first at Sundance on January 23, before streamers coming the following week.
How to look: Miss americana starts airing on January 31 on Netflix.
A chilling new version of Norse mythology, Ragnarok It takes place in the fictional Edda.
The small Norwegian city, full of disastrous weather events and mysterious natural disasters, is home to a series of inhabitants “who may not be all who claim to be.” Offering a new look at climate change and fantasy, the pre-apocalyptic series features performances by David Stakston, Jonas Strand Gravli, Theresa Frostad Eggesbø, Herman Tømmeraas and more.
(Ragnarok it will be available for dubbed English-speaking viewers with translated subtitles).
How to look: Ragnarok starts airing on January 31 on Netflix.
5) Locke & Key Season 1 (February 7)
Based on the beloved comic series by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez, Locke & Key It is a mystery of the age of majority centered on a family and its dangerous ancestral home.
After the murder of his father, the brothers Tyler (Connor Jessup), Kinsey (Emilia Jones) and Bode Locke (Jackson Robert Scott) move with their mother Nina (Darby Stanchfield) in an old family property full of magic keys. Soon, they are discovering the power of the place where they live, and they are waking up a demon that threatens them all.
How to look: Locke & Key Season 1 begins airing on February 7 on Netflix.
The cards have come out since To all the boys I’ve loved before debuted in the summer of 2018, but for Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) its consequences are endless.
In sequel PS I still love you, Lara Jean and the heartbreaker Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) no longer pretend to be a couple, they happily celebrate their status as real boyfriend and girlfriend. But when another recipient of Lara Jean’s letters, John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher), enters the scene, the happy story of Lara Jean and Peter seems to be further than ever.
How to look: To all the boys: P.S. I still love you starts airing on February 12 on Netflix.
Based on the novel NOW of the same name by Jennifer Niven, this coming-of-age story follows the unlikely link between Violet Markey (Elle Fanning) and Theodore Finch (Justice Smith).
On a life-changing road trip, two teenagers explore their shared experiences with pain, trauma, hope and love in a moving narrative focused on mental illness and its effect on relationships. With performances by Alexandra Shipp, Virginia Gardner, Keegan-Michael Key, Luke Wilson and more.
How to look: All the bright places starts airing on February 28 on Netflix.
Inspired by Robert Kolker’s nonfiction book of the same name, Lost girls He points to police prejudices against sex workers, focused on the disappearance of 24-year-old Shannan Gilbert.
Amy Ryan plays Shannan’s mother, Mari, a woman who tries to find justice for her son, even if that means leading her own investigation. Thomasin McKenzie, Gabriel Byrne and Lola Kirke co-star.
How to look: Lost girls starts airing on March 13 on Netflix.
The incredible story of Madam C.J. Walker, the first self-made millionaire woman in the United States, comes to the screen for the first time in March as a limited series.
Based on Walker’s great-granddaughter book, A’Lelia Bundles On his own, self-made ground: inspired by the life of Mrs. C.J. Walker It will represent the incredible increase in Walker’s hair care empire and its cultural impact. Octavia Spencer, Academy Award winner, starring Blair Underwood, Tiffany Haddish, Carmen Ejogo, Garrett Morris and Kevin Carroll.
How to look: Self Made: inspired by the life of Madame C.J. Walker starts airing on March 20 on Netflix.
10) Ozark Season 3 (March 27)
The Byrdes have returned.
After a scathing ending in season 2, Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) are deeper leagues in their money laundering scheme, with expectations of the cartel, the Snells and the Langmores higher than ever. Julia Garner, Janet McTeer, Lisa Emery, Sofia Hublitz and Skylar Gaertner repeat their roles. Tom Pelphrey joins the cast as Wendy’s brother, Ben.
How to look: Ozark Season 3 begins airing on March 27 on Netflix.
Scheduled as the first Netflix blockbuster of 2020, director Peter Berg Confidential Spenser He casts Mark Wahlberg as a former policeman and Winston Duke as an aspiring MMA fighter who was involved in a murder investigation.
Without a trailer that triggers, it’s hard to say if Confidential Spenser This will rise to the top of Netflix’s upcoming releases, but considering the attached names (including comedian Iliza Shlesinger, icon Alan Arkin and podcast ace Marc Maron), this movie is certainly one to watch.
How to look: Confidential Spenser starts airing on March 6 on Netflix.