Coming Soon To Netflix: Original Premieres You Shouldn’t Miss

By Faith McKay and Staff | 2 weeks ago

While Netflix has more licensed movies and television series than you will likely ever be able to watch, they are also always putting out new Netflix originals you won’t be able to see anywhere else. As more streaming services become available, we can count on Netflix to step up their exclusive, original content in order to beat out the competition. We’re here to help you keep track of what’s coming soon to Netflix.

Netflix’s competitive nature a win for consumers who have more content to choose from than ever before. So what’s coming next from Netflix? These are the originals coming soon to the biggest streaming service in the world.

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You – February 12, 2020

Sequel coming soon

Yes, it’s time for the sequel film for To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before to finally hit Netflix. This teen romantic comedy was a big success for Netflix so it’s no surprise we’re about to see Lara Jean (played by Lana Condor) and Peter (played by Noah Centineo) back on the streaming service. 

In this next film, Lara Jean will be leaning more on her friends as she explores relationships, feelings, and consequences of her actions from the first film. What does it mean to be in a relationship? What do you do on your first Valentine’s Day in a relationship? How do you navigate all those exciting firsts?

P.S. I Still Love You Netflix Original Trailer

If you haven’t seen the first movie yet, it’s time to catch up with this fun romantic comedy. The sequel is well timed, releasing two days before Valentine’s Day. 

All The Bright Places – February 28, 2020

All the bright places on Netflix

All the Bright Places was originally a novel by Jennifer Niven. Now, the novel’s author, along with Liz Hannah, have turned this novel into a romantic film starring Elle Fanning and Mitchell Kaplan. 

This love story was a big hit. With the author’s involvement helping it stay true to the original novel, fans are looking forward to this one coming soon to Netflix. 

Self Made: Inspired By the Life of Madam C.J. Walker – March 20, 2020

Netflix coming soon

Madam C.J. Walker was the real life first female self-made millionaire. You may have seen her story posted around the internet over the past decade. As an African American entrepreneur, she made her fortune in the haircare industry.

Walker’s great-great-granddaughter A’Lelia Bundles wrote a book about C.J. Walker’s life titled On Her Own Ground. Now, Netflix has taken that story and used it as a guide to create Self Made. This four part biographic series stars Octavia Spencer as Madam C.J. Walker, along with Tiffany Haddish, Carmen Ejogo, and Blair Underwood.

Hollywood – May 2020


This limited drama series takes place during the Golden Age of Tinseltown and will take a closer look at Hollywood and the sex industry. 

Showrunner Ryan Murphy has signed a famous deal with Netflix where he’ll be creating a number of series for the streaming giant. While The Politician season one hit Netflix in 2019, Hollywood will be the first series entirely produced by Netflix as part of the deal. The series is co-created with Ian Brennan, who Murphy has worked with on series like The Politician, Glee, and Scream Queens.

The cast list for this series is long so far, including names like: Darren Criss, Patti LuPone, Jeremy Pope, Rob Reiner, Samara Weaving, Mira Sorvino, and Maude Apatow. 

Glow Season 4 – 2020

GLOW returns to Netflix

This is the final season for the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. The 1980s wrestling series starring Alison Brie has been a fan favorite as it fictionalized the real lives of professional women wrestlers from the past. Season three left off in a big way, and fans are excited to see how it will all wrap up. 

While Netflix has yet to give us a release date for the finale season, if we judge by past years, it will likely release in the summer of 2020. 

Ratched – September 2020


Another big series from Ryan Murphy. You’ve likely heard of the novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey, which was made into a film in 1975. Ryan Murphy is coming at that story with a fresh angle, telling the origin story of Nurse Mildred Ratched. Nurse Ratched will be played by Sarah Paulson, famous for her roles on American Horror Story

In Ratched, we’ll see this character go from a perfectly ordinary nurse to a woman capable of creating nightmares for her patients. This series has already been renewed for a second season, so we’re expecting big things.

Stranger Things Season 4 – December 2020

Stranger Things 4 coming

If you search anything about the upcoming fourth season of Stranger Things, you’ll find two things. 

First, you’ll find people hoping it will be released in 2020. While nothing has been officially announced, the Stranger Writers official Twitter account has said they believe the fourth season will be released in 2020. A December release would put a year and a half between seasons three and four, which is consistent with past releases for the series. 

Second, fan theories about what is going to happen. Where will the series take place? Will there be a time jump? Is a certain fan favorite character coming back? What is happening? Season four will likely answer these questions, and then supply even more.

Cursed – 2020

Lady of the Lake coming soon

The Lady of the Lake is a unique viewpoint for the legend of King Arthur, and Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler took her story on in their upcoming illustrated novel, Cursed.  Cursed is being turned into a Netflix series.

The Lady of the Lake is known as Nimue. The story finds her as a teenage heroine, destined for big things and wielding mysterious gifts. Nimue (played by Katherine Langford of 13 Reasons Why) meets Arthur (played by Devon Terrell). They join forces in a quest to find Merlin so they can deliver an ancient and powerful sword to him. Along the way, Nimue gains fame and attention that brings more responsibility and power into her life.

Frank Miller is widely known for his work on Sin City and The Dark Knight Returns as a comic book writer and artist. This new illustrated novel from Miller and Wheeler will be coming out in 2020, along with the Netflix series they are also the creators and executive producers for. 

Season one will premiere with ten episodes.

The Haunting Of Bly Manor (The Haunting Of Hill House Season 2) – 2020

Haunting on Netflix

While this second season has a brand new name and will be following the adventures of new characters, you can expect the same tone from the show that you saw in The Haunting of Hill House. The Haunting of Bly Manor was inspired by a horror novella from 1898 called The Turn of the Screw, a story of two orphaned children and their governess. The governess soon senses evil in Bly Manor and is tasked with protecting her charges. 

While this new season has a new title and new characters, some of the cast from the original season are returning. Those returnees include Kate Siegel, Henry Thomas, and Victoria Pedretti. 

I’m Thinking of Ending Things – 2020

Coming soon to Netflix

If you love a road trip movie, I’m Thinking of Ending Things promises to be a unique one. This Netflix original thriller movie follows a woman road tripping with her boyfriend to his parents’ farm house. They take a detour that goes from strange to terrifying. 

The movie is based on the novel by Iain Reid and is being brought to the screen by Charlie Kaufman (the mind behind Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Being John Malkovich). The film will star Toni Collette, Jessie Plemons, and Jessie Buckley. 

Lucifer Season 5 – 2020

Lucifer season 5 coming soon

While Lucifer didn’t start out as a Netflix series, it was picked up for its fourth season. Now, the fifth and final season is coming to Netflix with 16 episodes to tell the end of his story. 

It’s important to note the 16 episodes will be released as two halves, so you’ll be getting part one and then waiting a bit for part two. There isn’t any word yet on when each half will be released, but Lucifer is expected to be completed in 2020. 

Space Force – 2020

Space Force on Netflix

This comedy series will follow characters working to create the sixth branch of the United States armed services. Steve Carell and Greg Daniels (The Office, Parks and Recreation) are the minds behind the series. Steve Carell will star alongside names like John Malkovich, Diana Silvers, Tawny Newsome, and Ben Schwartz. 

Netflix’s Space Force Teaser Trailer

Not much else is yet known about the series, though filming ended in the beginning of January 2020, so we can expect to catch this new series soon.

Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight – Coming Soon To Netflix

Coming soon to Netflix

Are you ready for a horror anthology series, Guillermo del Toro style? 

What we know about this series so far is that Guillermo del Toro (the mind behind films like Pan’s Labyrinth, The Shape of Water, and Pacific Rim) will write and directing some of the 10 episode series himself and then select other top horror creators for the others. We can be sure whatever this turns out to be, it will be uniquely his style.

Guillermo del Toro has a few interesting projects being quietly worked on over at Netflix. 10 After Midnight was announced back in 2018. While we haven’t received many updates about the series, there were reports of production beginning in Toronto in the summer of 2019. 

While we can’t be sure when this will be released, late in 2020 seems a fair bet.

Resident Evil – Coming Soon To Netflix

Resident Evil Netflix

It was nearly a year ago that news first broke revealing Netflix is working on a television version of the popular Resident Evil franchise. So far the Resident Evil series has stretched across multiple movies and video games, but it’s never been a series.

The Resident Evil series focuses on a future where an evil company called the Umbrella Corporation causes a viral outbreak which turns people into zombies. The movies have focused primarily on a character named Alice (played by Milla Jovovich) but word now is that the the Netflix series will go in a different direction.

According to Splash Report Netflix’s Resident Evil series will focus on the daughters of Albert Wesker. Wesker has long been one of the central recurring antagonists throughout the series. Their report says the show, set in 2022, follows half-sisters Jade and Billie Wesker. Their family relocates to a town called “Raccoon 2” which is home to the headquarters of the Umbrella Corporation. There in the suspiciously too-perfect town, the sisters start to uncover a conspiracy involving their father’s work.

The rumor’s claim is that the Resident Evil show will also feature flash-forwards to the year 2036 when the world has gone post-apocalyptic and zombies reign supreme. There we’ll follow an older version of Jade as she tries to fight off zombies and save the three-million humans still left alive.

Adam Sandler Movies

Back in December of 2019 Adam Sandler issued the following threat to the Academy Awards, regarding his potential nomination for his work in the movie Uncut Gems

Adam Sandler is threatening to make more terrible Adam Sandler movies if Hollywood doesn't give him an Oscar for Uncut Gems. Note to the Academy: Save us!

Posted by Giant Freakin Robot on Wednesday, December 4, 2019

The Academy responded by snubbing Sandler for an Oscar nomination.

Best Actor Sandler?

He followed that Oscar snub with this hilarious, vulgar speech after winning Best Actor at the Independent Spirit Awards…

But that award wasn’t enough to stave off Sandler’s promised revenge. Now Sandler is following through on his threat.. and then some. He’s planning to make not one, but four really terrible movies. Or at least we assume they’ll be terrible because he’s signed a new deal with Netflix to make four more movies for them. All the previously released movies which Sandler created for the streaming service were savaged by critics, but were apparently heavily watched by audiences (who also gave them really low scores) since Netflix is paying him a boatload of cash to make four more.

Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos had this to say about their new deal with Sandler, “Whether you know him as Sandman, the Water Boy, Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, Nick Spitz or simply Adam, one thing is clear: our members can’t get enough of him. They love his stories and his humor, as we saw with Murder Mystery. So I could not be more excited to extend our partnership with Adam and the Happy Madison team and deliver more laughs around the world.

Sandler’s last Netflix movie was called Murder Mystery and it co-starred Jennifer Aniston. The Netflix exclusive movie currently has a 44% score with critics and a 41% score with audiences on Rotten Tomatoes.

Content Censored By Netflix

Netflix recently revealed they’ve been forced to remove some content at the request of various governments. They even provided a list of nine movies they’ve removed and which governments requested the removal.

“We offer creators the ability to reach audiences all around the world. However, our catalog varies from country to country, including for rights reasons (i.e., we don’t have the rights to show everything in every country where we operate). In some cases we’ve also been forced to remove specific titles or episodes of titles in specific countries due to government takedown demands. Below are the titles we’ve removed to date, as of February 2020 — just nine in total since we launched. Beginning next year, we will report these takedowns annually.

– -Netflix statement on Censorship

Here are the movies and shows they’ve removed and which governments requested them…

Netflix the Bridge

The Bridge: Netflix says, In 2015, we complied with a written demand from the New Zealand Film and Video Labeling Body to remove The Bridge from the service in New Zealand only. The film is classified as “objectionable” in the country”

Full Metal Jacket

Full Metal Jacket: Netflix says, “In 2017, we complied with a written demand from the Vietnamese Authority of Broadcasting and Electronic Information (ABEI) to remove Full Metal Jacket from the service in Vietnam only.”

Netflix coming soon

Night of the Living Dead: Netflix says, “In 2017, we complied with a written demand from the German Commission for Youth Protection (KJM) to remove Night of the Living Dead from the service in Germany only. A version of the film is banned in the country.”

Netflix censorship

Cooking On High, The Legend Of 420, Disjointed: The Singapore Government had all three of these removed, presumably because they are all Marijuana themed.

banned on Netflix

Patriot Act With Hasan Minaj: Netflix says, “In 2019, we complied with a written demand from the Saudi Communication and Information Technology Commission to remove one episode—“Saudi Arabia”—from the series Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj from the service in Saudi Arabia only.”

Last temptation

The Last Temptation of Christ: Netflix says, “In 2019, we received a written demand from the Singapore Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to remove The Last Temptation of Christ from the service in Singapore only. The film is banned in the country.”

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The Last Hangover: Netflix says, “In 2020, we complied with a written demand from the Singapore Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to remove The Last Hangover from the service in Singapore only.”

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