Follow This (Season 1)
A short-form docuseries from BuzzFeed, in which the site's reporters walk you through some of their strangest internet discoveries (like ASMR!).
Ghoul (Season 1)
Co-produced by Blumhouse (Insidious, Get Out), Ghoul follows "a prisoner who arrives at a remote military interrogation center and turns the tables on his interrogators, exposing their most shameful secrets." It's Netflix's first horror series out of India, and it looks creepy as hell.
The Innocents (Season 1)
Sorcha Groundsell and Percelle Ascott co-star in this British saga, which some have teased as something of a sci-fi Romeo & Juliet. (Although Romeo & Mystique might be more like it, because this Juliet is a freaking shape-shifter.)
The Comedy Lineup (Season 2)
The second installment of Netflix's standup roulette features the talents of Aisling Bea, Emma Willmann, Janelle James, Josh Johnson, JR De Guzman, Kate Willett, Matteo Lane, and Max Silvestri.
Ozark (Season 2)
After barely surviving a stressful move to the Ozarks, Marty (Jason Bateman!) and his family will have to dig in their heels and learn how to run a riverboat casino.
Marvel's Iron Fist (Season 2)
For some reason, there is more.
Sierra Burgess Is a Loser
A modern retelling of Cyrano de Bergerac, starring Shannon Purser, aka Stranger Things' Barb!
American Vandal (Season 2)
The follow-up to Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda's word-of-mouth mocku-series hit promises another movie about another crime. What kind of crime? A poop vandal involving a private Catholic school.
BoJack Horseman (Season 5)
"I think we go to some fun places and some dark places," creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg teased SlashFilm recently. So, in other words, you're getting another run of that show you either love or hate.
Ingobernable (Season 2)
Kate del Castillo is back! Along with many new characters and more threads of quasi-fictional dilemmas. Fortunately for us, it looks like the show will only get more daring in its sophomore run.
The Good Cop (Season 1)
Josh Groban is The Good Cop (really!). He lives to fight crime, not sing, and get advice from his on-screen dad, Tony Danza (also, really!), about EVERYTHING. Will this be a comedy, a police procedural, or a strange dream someone had and thought, Shit, I need to write this down? All of the above, probably.
Hilda (Season 1)
Based on Luke Pearson's comic book series -- you know the one -- the animated story of a blue-haired girl who "travels from a wilderness full of elves and giants, to Trollberg, a bustling city packed with new friends and mysterious creatures."
Cary Fukunaga's next big project, about "two strangers (Emma Stone, Jonah Hill) who find themselves caught up in a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial gone awry." Looks weird!
This recent Sundance hit, which comes with a stacked cast (Kathryn Hahn, Paul Giamatti, Kayli Carter, Molly Shannon), has apparently been reminding people (especially those involved) a lot about Waiting for Godot. High praise! Read what our critic had to say about it here.
Remember that insane interview with Quincy Jones from earlier this year where he just dunked on everyone he ever worked with, cementing his status as a living legend? Well now there's going to be a documentary about his life, directed by his documentarian and actor daughter, Rashida Jones.
Chef's Table (Season 5)
Another batch of woeful and triumphant tales of chefs with food porn!
Hold the Dark
Feral wolves take Riley Keough's son! Or are the people wearing the creepy wooden wolf masks responsible for the kidnapping, in addition to all the bloody deaths around town? Jeffrey "I'm retired but they say you're the best" Wright will find out in this snow-covered original film.
Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat
Walk through approachable kitchen basics in this series from Samin Nosrat, based off her James Beard Award-winning informational cookbook of the same name. Instead of sitting in one prop kitchen, expect to bounce around the globe, from homes in Italy, Japan, the Yucatán, and her famous home restaurant, Chez Panisse, in San Francisco.
This dramatic Spanish-language Colombian series sees Juan Pablo Raba (Narcos, 7 Años, Los 33, Six) as a former guerilla soldier trying to reintegrate himself back into the society of Bogotá, but seems to have a hard time staying out of trouble.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Sabrina: The Teenage Witch retold as a spooky story. Riverdale alum were part of the production crew, which tells us that indeed, this teen tale isn't going to be dabbling in lighthearted frivolities.
The Other Side of the Wind
Orson Welles' previously unfinished Hollywood satire, cut together by an Academy Award-winning post-production team.
They'll Love Me When I'm Dead
The perfect hors d'oeuvre or chaser for The Other Side of the Wind -- this doc, directed by Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom), chronicles the last 15 years of Orson Welles' life.
The Kominsky Method
Michael Douglas plays Sandy Kominsky, an aging actor that used to be a huge star, in this comedic yet earnest series about living our your third act in Los Angeles.
Springsteen on Broadway
Following in the footsteps of Oh, Hello!'s Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, The Boss is sending his concert residency from The Great White Way to The... Great Red Streamer? Yep.