Classic Netflix shows such as Black Mirror, Orange Is the New Black season seven and Stranger Things season three also came back to the delight of global audiences.uk has put together a comprehensive list from January to December 2019 of the biggest Netflix releases.
Many of the shows have yet to get an exact date, so we’ve placed them according to when the previous season was released.
A Series of Unfortunate Events season 3 - January 1Kicking 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.
stars Perry Mattfeld, Rich Sommer, Brooke Markham, Casey Deidrick, Keston John, Morgan Krantz, Thamela Mpumlwana, Derek Webster, and Kathleen York.
The story follows a hard drinking and smoking blind woman, Murphy Mason (Mattfield).
Murphy will do whatever it takes — even if that means setting down her drink for season two?
The numbers aren’t very good and the series isn’t attached to a pre-existing show or franchise so it seems more likely to be cancelled.
Friends from College season 2 - January 11Friends from College made its return in the new year but sadly it will be the last outing after Netflix decided to cancel the show.
Titans - January 11The highly anticipated DC Comics show has its Netflix debut with Batman’s sidekick Robin leading a team of superheroes.
Sex Education - January 11Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield star in this coming-of-age series about teen sexuality.
Sex Education has since been recommissioned for a season two, so prepare for more hilarious comedy.
When she stumbles upon the body of a drug-dealing kid, Tyson (Mpumlwana), who once saved her from a mugger, Dean Riley (Sommer) and the other cops find her drunken account less than convincing and nobody in sight.