Netflix 2019 is set to be the biggest year ever for the streaming platform with global hits such as The Crown season three, Black Mirror season five and Stranger Things season three coming out. While 2018 had some good shows like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Altered Carbon and Sacred Games, the big hitters weren't on. In 2018, Netflix's more established shows were in production, leaving fans to patiently wait. So prepare yourself for a year of binging. From January to December 2019, we've put together as complete and as comprehensive a list as we can of Netflix releases. The shows listed below have officially been renewed by Netflix or the network that makes the series.
Many of the shows have yet to get an exact date, so we’ve placed them according to when the previous season was released.
We will be updating this article as more release dates are announced by Netflix.
A Series of Unfortunate Events season 3 - January 1
Kicking off the new year in style will be the final instalment of the Lemony Snicket series from Neil Patrick Harris, who plays the dastardly Count Olaf in this TV adaptation.
Nightflyers - TBC
George RR Martin's highly-awaited sci-fi show is finally set to be landing after wrapping up broadcast on Syfy in the US.
Friends from College season 2 - January 11
Titans - January 11
Sex Education - January 11
Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield star in this coming-of-age series about teen sexuality.
The Good Place season 3 – January 11
The Good Place season three will resume as fans find out what will happen next in the supernatural comedy.
Riverdale season 3 – January 17
Riverdale season three returns weekly after its midseason hiatus over the Christmas period as Archie Andrews and co. do battle with the Gargoyle King.
The Punisher – January 18
The Marvel superhero series is still awaiting an exact date, but it will be released in January.
Apart from Jessica Jones and The Punisher, it looks like most of Marvel's Netflix shows have been axed.
Grace and Frankie season 5 - January 18
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin will be back for more comedy from the Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated series.
Star Trek: Discovery season 2 - January 18
Star Trek Discover season two will be airing on a weekly basis as the crew meet Mr Spock and embark on new adventures.
Episodes will air weekly on Netflix after airing on CBS in America first.
Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes - January 24
For fans of Netflix’s true crimes shows, this real-life docu-series will give some shocking insights into the mind of serial killer Ted Bundy
Medici: The Magnificent - January 25
Club de Cuervos season 4 - January 25
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 4 part 2 - January 25
The final instalment of the uplifting comedy will be coming to an end as we finish Kimmy’s story
The Umbrella Academy – February 15
The Umbrella Academy is hitting Netflix with a bang as a new set of superheroes try to stop the end of days.
Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments season 3 – TBC
Season three is the last one for Shadowhunters, despite a valiant effort to save the series. The back half of season three is expected to air in the US on Freeform on February 25, which could mean February 26 on Netflix UK.
Jane The Virgin season 5 - TBC
Jane The Virgin season five will be the last for the comedy-drama and as yet Netflix hasn’t announced a release date but The CW has suggested it will be early 2019.
Jessica Jones season 3
Jessica Jones season three doesn’t have a release date as yet but it could drop on March 8 to coincide with International Women’s Day this year – just like season two did.
Santa Clarita Diet season 3
Santa Clarita Diet season three will see more of the same as the zombie-comedy with Drew Barrymore takes another twist.
Suits season 8, Part B – TBC