Netflix’s biggest TV shows are all set to make a return in 2019. After a year off, The CrownStranger Things and Black Mirror are all back this year, alongside reliable big-hitters like OzarkGLOW and 13 Reasons Why.

Plus, we’ve got some exciting new series to look forward to, including the revival of cancelled drama Lucifer and hip-hop talent show Rhythm + Flow. Find out about the key shows coming to Netflix in 2019 below…


Wednesday 4th September

  • Wanderlust (Season 1) – Toni Collette and Steven Mackintosh explore polyamory in this BBC drama.

Friday 6th September

  • The SpySacha Baron Cohen stars as real-life Mossad agent Eli Cohen, who successfully went undercover in Syria in the early 1960s.
  • Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father (Season 3) – This time around, the comedian brings his curmudgeonly dad to the USA.
  • Hip-Hop Evolution (Season 3) – Documentary series tracing the growth of rap music.
  • Elite (Season 2) – The teen drama unveiled the killer at the heart of its murder-mystery at the end of season 1, but will they be brought to justice this time around?

Tuesday 10th September

  • Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020 – A Japanese reality series, which stuffs a bunch of strangers into a house for up to a year.
  • Bill Burr: Paper Tiger – The latest stand-up special from the popular US comedian and podcaster.

Wednesday 11th September

  • Call the Midwife (Season 7) –  The BBC period drama continues.

Thursday 12th September

  • The Mind, Explained – Emma Stone narrates a documentary series which explores various occurrences in the brain, from anxiety disorders to dreams.
  • The I-Land – Ten people wake up on a strange island with no memory of how they got there, and soon discover the world is not as it seems.

Friday 13th September

  • Top Boy – Netflix has re-booted the Channel 4 contemporary drama starring Ashley Walters. Coming this Autumn
  • Unbelievable – Police call into question a young girl’s (Kaitlyn Dever) account of her sexual assault in this drama inspired by true events.
  • The Chef Show (Volume 2) – The Lion King director Jon Favreau cooks food with his celebrity friends.
  • The Ranch (Part 7) – Netflix’s longest-running sitcom, led by Ashton Kutcher, rides on.
  • Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea – Comedian Chelsea Handler puts her own white privilege on blast in this topical comedy.
  • Tall Girl – Coming-of-age tale about a 6-foot-tall teen making her way through high school.
  • American Horror Story: Apocalypse – The ninth instalment of Ryan Murphy’s spooky anthology series.

Sunday 15th September

  • Only Fools & Horses (Seasons 1-2) – The comedic misadventures of Del Boy and Rodney Trotter.

Thursday 19th September

  • The Lego Batman Movie – Will Arnett voices the Caped Crusader in brick form in this animated spin-off.

Friday 20th September

  • Between Two Ferns: The Movie – Zach Galifianakis attempts to drag his sardonic internet chat show out to a feature length.
  • Criminal – David Tennant and Hayley Atwell both feature in this international anthology series set within the walls of a police interrogation suite.
  • Disenchantment (Part 2) – Matt Groening’s fantasy animated series continues after last year’s tragic conclusion.
  • Fastest Car (Season 2) – Real-life drag racing.
  • Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates – A three-part documentary about the billionaire’s efforts to improve the world.

Wednesday 25th September

  • Glitch: season 3 – Australian original series about an unusual zombie outbreak.
  • Abstract: The Art of Design (Season 2) – A series which looks at how visionary designers across various fields work.

Thursday 26th September

  • Call Me By Your Name – Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet strike up a romance in Italy in this beloved film from Luca Guadagnino.
  • Explained (Season 2) – A co-production with news site Vox, which breaks down relevant topics in 18-minute episodes so that our simple brains can understand them.

Friday 27th September

  • The Good Place (Season 4) – The final season of this heartwarming after-life comedy begins, with episodes airing weekly.
  • In The Shadow Of The Moon – Psychological thriller film about a police officer tracking a serial killer who mysteriously resurfaces every nine years.
  • The Politician (Season 1) – Wealthy student Payton Hobart mounts his campaign to get elected as student body president of his high school, with the help of his mother (Gwyneth Paltrow).

Monday 30th September

  • Mo Gilligan: Momentum – The British comedian’s first special for Netflix.


  • Final Space (Season 2) – The animated sci-fi series returns for another batch of episodes.
  • South Park – A selection of episodes of the long-running cartoon is set to drop at some point this month.
  • Shameless (Season 8) – William H Macy, Emmy Rossum and co return as the Gallaghers in this US adaptation of the beloved British series.
  • Fuller House (Season 5) – The final season of the Full House spin-off is set to be released “this Fall”


Friday 4th October

  • Big Mouth (Season 3) – The animated comedy from Nick Kroll returns for yet more explorations of puberty

Friday 11th October

  • El Camino: a Breaking Bad Movie – A spin-off of the beloved crime drama centred around Aaron Paul’s Jessie Pinkman

Friday 18th October

  • Living with Yourself – Paul Rudd stars as a Miles, who undergoes an experimental spa treatment and returns home to discover he has been replaced by a better version of himself

Friday 25th October

  • The Kominsky Method (Season 2) – The Emmy-nominated comedy series starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin returns


  • Rhythm & Flow (Chance and Cardi) – A hip-hop focused musical talent competition, featuring an impressive line-up of rap stars as judges: Chance the Rapper, TI and Cardi B.


Sunday 17th November

  • The Crown season 3 – A whole new cast, a whole new era, but we expect the same quality from Peter Morgan’s majestic royal drama as we march towards the 1970s.


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  • Ozark season 3 – Marty Byrde and his family are staying put in the Ozarks, and Wendy is really growing into her role as the bad guy… This can’t go well.