Madam C.J. Walker (New series)
A four-part biographic series about Madam C.J. Walker, the African American woman who revolutionized the haircare industry and became America's first female self-made millionaire. Octavia Spencer will play the titular role with Tiffany Haddish, Carmen Ejogo, and others supporting.
Mank (New movie)
More David Fincher is coming to Netflix. The director's latest focuses on the story of how the legendary classic Citizen Kane was written, featuring Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, and Lily Collins in the leading roles.
The Platform (New movie)
A Spanish, dystopian thriller about a society where the incarcerated are held captive on stacked cells and must fight to survive.
The Prom (New movie)
Ryan Murphy is giving a recent, popular Broadway show the feature film treatment, Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman-starring cast included. It follows the drama that unfolds as a lesbian teenager is banned from going to the prom with her girlfriend in a small Indiana town.
Out of the Fire (New movie)
When the son of high profile crime boss becomes the kidnapped pawn in a drug war, an underground mercenary played by Chris Hemsworth is hired to bring him home safely in this high-action thriller.
The Old Guard (New movie)
An adaptation of the fantasy comic book of the same name that stars Charlize Theron as Andromache of Scythia, the leader of an immortal army struggling to survive in the 21st century when their special powers are exposed. Kiki Layne also stars, and Love and Basketball director Gina Prince-Bythwood is on to direct.
Over the Moon (New movie)
Famous Disney animator (Tarzan, Pocahontas) Glen Keane is making his directorial debut in a heartfelt animated feature about a girl who tries to travel to the moon to prove the existence of the Moon Goddess.
Ratched (New series)
Sarah Paulson is taking on the infamous role of the wicked Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in a prequel series from Ryan Murphy about her experience working in a mental institution that led her to be so hateful.
Rebecca (New movie)
Lily James and Armie Hammer star as a pair of newly weds, with James' character struggling to live in the shadow of her new husband's deceased, first wife. Based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier, this story was originally adapted by Alfred Hitchcock back in 1940.
Selena: The Series (New series)
A biographic series about the life and rise to superstardom of Selena Quintanilla, the legendary Tejano singer. Christian Serratos of The Walking Dead fame will portray the star in the series, which will drop Part 1 sometime this year.
Sergio (New movie)
A historical drama about UN diplomat Sergio Vieira de Mello's (Wagner Moura) experience on his final assignment in Baghdad amidst the US' invasion of Iraq.
Space Force (New series)
Created by Greg Daniels (The Office, Parks and Recreation) and Steve Carell comes a new workplace comedy about a group of government officials tasked with creating a sixth branch of the military for outer-space: The Space Force. Carell also stars, along with Ben Schwartz, John Malkovich, and many others.
Spenser Confidential (New movie)
Inspired by the classic detective novel character Spenser from Ace Atkins' books, Mark Wahlberg takes on the role here as an ex-felon who moves in with an aspiring MMA fighter played by Winston Duke, and together they venture back into the Boston underground to try to solve a murder on their own. Alan Arkin and Post Malone are also among cast members.
Taylor Swift: Miss Americana (New documentary)
The mega-pop star may have a tour documentary already on Netflix, but this doc is said to offer a more intimate portrait on the singer.
Tigertail (New movie)
Alan Yang (Master of None) wrote and directed this drama that chronicles generations of a Taiwanese family, beginning with a factory worker in the '50s who moves to America.
Uncorked (New movie)
Prentice Penny's (Insecure, Brooklyn Nine-Nine) directorial debut about a young man (Mamoudou Athie) who wants to become a sommelier despite his father's (Courtnery B. Vance) expectation that he'll take over their family BBQ restaurant.
The Willoughbys (New movie)
An animated feature about four siblings who send their parents away so they can raise themselves, leaving them to their own mischievous devices. Maya Rudolph, Jane Krakowski, and Will Forte are among the voice talents.