Unscheduled Upcoming Releases
Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City (New series)
A 10-episode reboot of the Laura Linney starring series about a woman named Mary Ann Singleton and her interesting friendships upon moving to San Francisco in the ‘70s. While revisiting Linney’s character, the series will also focus on her daughter, played by Ellen Page, in contemporary times.
13 Reasons Why (Season 3)
The controversial teen drama that has now expanded well past the novel it’s based on to cover other issues in high schools, from gun violence to sexual assault, is set for a third season, which is on its way for a 2019 release date.
Bard of Blood (New series)
The popular Indian espionage novel of the same name by Bilal Siddiqui is being adapted into a series, following a former agent who must revisit one of his dangerous missions from 10 years prior and its repercussions today.
Black Mirror (Season 5)
Despite the attention-grabbing release of "Bandersnatch," an interactive installment that has wowed and vexed people in equal measure, Netflix says Season 5 is still on the way.
Central Park Five (New series)
Ava DuVernay is set to adapt a mini-series dramatization of the infamous true crime story known as the Central Park Five, in which five black teens from Harlem were wrongly convicted for the brutal rape of a woman in Central Park in the ‘80s. Michael K. Williams, Vera Farming, and John Leguizamo are set to appear.
A horror film about a young boy with a rare medical disease whose parents have thrust him into the experimental treatments of an unconventional doctor.
Hache (New series)
Inspired by true events, Hache illustrates the trials and tribulations faced by a woman thrown into high-profile heroin trafficking in 1960s Barcelona.
An animated Santa Claus origin story from filmmaker Sergio Pablos featuring a star-studded voice cast with the likes of JK Simmons, Jason Schwartzman, Rashida Jones, and Joan Cusack, among others.