Every Netflix Original Series Coming in 2020

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Welcome to possibly the biggest preview we’ve ever put together. This is our comprehensive list of every TV series both new and returning scheduled to release at some point in 2020. 

It’s important to note that we don’t quite have a full picture of what’s coming to Netflix in 2020 and also worth noting this list does not include everything, only what’s been announced so far. We believe it’s the most comprehensive list of the series coming to Netflix in 2020.

Further 2020 guides will be published by us over the next few weeks although we’ve already got a dedicated preview of all the K-Drama content we’re expecting in 2020.

Now, take a deep breath, here’s all the Netflix Original series planned for 2020.

Returning Netflix Original Series Coming in 2020

Let’s begin with the returning series we know are returning in 2020.

  • 13 Reasons Why (Season 4) – Teen Drama
  • 3% (Season 4) – Brazillian sci-fi series returns for a fourth and final season in 2020.
  • After Life (Season 2) – Ricky Gervais’s comedy returning for a second outing.

  • Altered Carbon (Season 2) – Sci-fi epic returns with a new cast set in the dystopian world where everyone uses sleeves.
  • Always A Witch (Season 2) – Spanish language supernatural drama about a slave who falls in love with her slaveowner.
  • Anne with an E (Season 3) – January 2020 – The third season of the Canadian produced period-drama based on Anne of green gables releases on January 3rd.
  • Big Mouth (Season 4) – Coming-of-age animated sitcom
  • Black Summer (Season 2) – The zombie series from Asylum will be returning at some point in 2020.
  • Bojack Horseman (Season 6 – Part 2) – January 2020 – The final episodes for Netflix’s longest-running animated sitcom come at the beginning of the year.
  • Cable Girls (Season 5) – The Spanish period drama series will be returning for its final two parts to round out the show.
  • Castlevania (Season 3) – The third season of Castlevania should be out in 2020 with more episodes set in the video game universe.
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Season 3/4) – The teen horror series may return in December 2019 which means we’ll expect season 4 in 2020.
  • Dark (Season 3) – German mindbending thriller.

  • Dead to Me (Season 2) – The insanely popular comedy featuring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini will be back for a second outing.
  • Dear White People (Volume 4) – The final series in the Justin Simien satire based comedy.
  • Disenchantment (Season 3) – More adventures with Bean return in 2020 for its third outing.
  • F is for Family (Season 4) – Frank and the family come back for more adventures in the 1970s.
  • Fuller House (Season 6 – Part 2) – The final half of the final season will be on our screens at some point during 2020.
  • GLOW (Season 4) – The gorgeous ladies of wrestling will be back for one last time in the final season of GLOW in 2020.


  • Grace and Frankie (Season 5) – January 2020 – The penultimate series of the comedy from the creator of Friends.
  • Greenhouse Academy (Season 5) – The teen drama series based on the elite spy school should be back in 2020 with more episodes.
  • Hilda (Season 2) – Return of the beautifully animated series that tells the adventure of Hilda.
  • I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson (Season 2) – More sketch comedy from the SNL alumni.
  • Kingdom (Season 2)March 2019 – Korean period-zombie-drama comes back for another bloody series.
  • Lucifer (Season 5 – Part 1) – The beginning of the end for Lucifer.

  • Money Heist (Season 3) – The biggest Spanish series on Netflix continues with us finding out the fate of The Professor.
  • Mr. Iglesias (Season 2) – Your new favorite high school teacher will be back in the classroom in 2020.
  • Narcos: Mexico (Season 2) – Continuation of the spinoff series exploring more of the cartels in Mexico.
  • Paradise PD (Season 2) – We’re expecting the return of Netflix’s animated series Paradise PD in 2020.
  • On My Block (Season 3) – The squad is back in 2020 and hopefully will begin answering some of the questions from the explosive ending.
  • Ozark (Season 3) – Things continue to go downhill in this series starring Jason Bateman.

Ozark season 3

  • Queer Eye (Season 5) – The fab five are set to transform more people’s lives in 2020.
  • Sex Education (Season 2) – Comedy coming-of-age series will be back in early 2020 for more awkwardness.
  • Stranger Things (Season 4) – Rumored for Christmas, Netflix’s biggest show in its library is set to come back in 2020.
  • Somebody Feed Phil (Season 3) – Cooking show with Phillip Rosenthal returning for a third course.
  • Team Kaylie (Part 3 & 4) – Kids sitcom about a privileged girl at an ordinary school.
  • Terrace House Tokyo (2019-2020) Part 2 – The incredibly popular Japanese reality series should be back in 2020
  • The Crown (Season 4) – Netflix’s flagship period drama will be back in 2020 with Olivia Colman’s second series as Queen Elizabeth.
  • The Haunting (Season 2) – The second outing for the horror anthology series from Mike Flanagan which is named The Haunting of Bly Manor.

  • The Last Kingdom (Season 4) – Netflix’s continuation of the BBC series continues.
  • The Order (Season 2) – Teen horror fantasy continuing the story about a college story pledging to a secret order.
  • The Politician (Season 2) – Ryan Murphy’s first full-fledged Netflix Original series comes back with Payton Hobart (played by Ben Platt) running for public office.
  • The Umbrella Academy (Season 2) – The superhero series based on the comic series from Gerard Way about the dysfunctional family returns.

  • The Rain (Season 3)
  • The Ranch (Part 8) – One of Netflix’s biggest comedies will be saying goodbye in 2020 with the final part of the final season hitting Netflix likely in early 2020.
  • The Society (Season 2) – The sci-fi coming-of-age drama that saw a group of teens trapped in a mirror world continues in 2020.

  • Trinkets (Season 2) – Coming of age drama coming back for a final season.
  • The Hollow (Season 2) – Kids animated series about kids trying to escape a dangerous world.
  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Interactive Special) – One-off special that takes advantage of Netflix’s interactive features.
  • Wizards: Tales of Arcadia – The third entry in the Guillermo Del Toro animated Dreamworks series.

Tales of Arcadia: Wizards – Picture: Dreamworks

Debut Series Coming to Netflix in 2020

  • Alice in Borderlands – Live-action Japanese series based on the manga series starring Kento Yamazaki and Tao Tsuchiya.
  • Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan – Historical drama docuseries on Japanese history.
  • AJ and the Queen (Season 1) – Series from Ru Paul where he inadvertently has to look after a child.

  • American Jesus – Millarworld series about a 12-year-old boy who discovers he’s returned as Jesus Christ after finding he can heal and turn water into wine.
  • Bridgerton – New series from Shonda Rhimes starring Julie Andrews based on a powerful family in Regency-era England.
  • Centaurworld – New animated series about magical centaurs.

  • Clickbait (Miniseries) – Collection of stories from Brad Anderson about people’s uncontrolled impulses on social media.
  • Crazy Delicious – Cooking competition series co-production with Channel 4.
  • Cursed – Spring 2020 – Fantasy drama starring Katherine Langford about a teenage sorceress.
  • Dash & Lily – Midori Francis and Austin Abrams feature in this Chrismas series due out in 2020.
  • Dracula – This new British series from the creator of Sherlock may arrive in late 2019 but more likely in early 2020. The BBC co-production follows the bloodthirsty count as he travels from Transylvania to London.

  • EDEN – Four episode Anime series directed by Yasuhiro Irie (Full Metal Alchemist)

  • Fate: The Winx Saga – Live-action series based on the Winx Club franchise.
  • Firefly Lane – Adaptation of the novel and tells the story of Tully and Kate set across four decades.
  • Followers – Japanese drama series about an aspiring actress who gets a large following on Instagram.
  • Gabby’s Dollhouse – Dreamworks animated series for pre-schoolers.
  • Ghost in the Shell SAC_2045 – Reboot of the anime series

  • Ginny & Georgia 10 episodes star in this drama about a fifteen-year-old who feels more mature than her thirty-year-old mother.
  • Giri/Haji – BBC co-production about a detective from Tokyo looking in London for his brother.

  • Go! Go! Cory Carson – Pre-school animated show.

  • Hollywood – Ryan Murphy series described as a “love letter to the Golden Age of Tinseltown.”
  • Hot Chocolate Nutcracker – Shonda Rhimes docu-series which gives insight into the Debbie Allen Dance Academy and the production that is The Nutcracker.
  • I Am Not Okay With This – Teen superhero drama based on the comic series written and directed by Jonathan Entwistle.
  • Inventing Anna – From Shondaland. A journalist with a lot to prove investigates the case of Anna Delvey.
  • Into the Night – Belgian sci-fi series about a flight heading to the dark side of Earth as the sun kills everything in its path.
  • Jupiter’s Legacy – The first debut series from the Millarworld universe about the revered older superheroes and their grandkids who live in the shadows of their grandparents.

  • Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous – Dreamworks animated series set in the Jurassic Park universe about six teens attending an adventure camp.
  • Ju-On: The Grudge – Japanese horror series on the popular IP.
  • Kid Cosmic – Animated kids series about a young boy becoming a super hero
  • Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts – Dreamworks animated kids series about a girl exploring the post-apocalyptic world featuring the voice of Karen Fukuhara.
  • Locke & Key – Fantasy horror teen series about three siblings moving into a house filled with reality-bending keys. Based on the comic books.
  • Madam C. J. Walker – Biopic limited series on the first black self-made millionaire in the United States.
  • Masters of the Universe: Revelation – Anime series coming from Kevin Smith based in the He-Man universe and is a direct sequel to the 80s series.
  • Messiah – Religious series

  • Next in Fashion – New competition reality series from Alexa Chung (Queer Eye)
  • October Faction – Sci-fi series by Damian Kindler based on the eponymous comic series.
  • Pacific Rim – Anime series based on the hit movie franchise.
  • Ragnarok – January 2020 – Norwegian coming-of-age drama with a supernatural twist.
  • Ratched – Ryan Murphy lends a hand to this new version of Nurse Ratched starring Sarah Paulson.

  • Reality Z – Brazillian zombie series that’s similar to Charlie Brooker’s Deadset.
  • Selena: The Series (Part 1)- Christian Serratos will star as legendary Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla.

  • Space Force – From the creator of The Office and starring Steve Carrell comes a workplace comedy set in Donald Trump’s newly formed Space Force.

Space Force – Picture: Netflix

  • Spectros – Douglas Petrie (behind Buffy and AHS) writes this supernatural series about five kids who discovers someone is bringing people back from the dead.
  • The Circle (US) – US adaptation of the hit reality series, The Circle.
  • The Green Beret’s Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse – Comedy reality series produced by Matt Damon that sees multiple world-ending scenarios tackled by military veterans.
  • The English Game – Six-part drama looks at the origins of football/soccer.
  • The Eddy – Eight episodes of this musical drama from Damien Chazelle.
  • The Upshaws – New comedy series starring Wanda Sykes and Mike Epps.
  • The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show – New sketch comedy series from the comedian Iliza Shlesinger.
  • Tiny Pretty Things – Ballet drama series based on the book series.
  • Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy – New animated series based on the hit Hasbro IP.
  • Unorthodox – Drama about a young ultra-Orthodox Jewish woman who flees her arranged marriage.
  • White Lines – Spanish series from the creator of Money Heist about a woman trying to solve the mysterious death of her brother.
  • Young Wallander – Series telling the early life of Henning Mankell’s popular police inspector.

Maybe Release in 2020 (but probably not)

  • Another Life (Season 2) – This sci-fi series may come in 2020 but its production schedule for season 1 points to a later release date.
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender (Season 1) – The live-action adaptation of the Nickelodeon series is likely going to start production in 2020 but it seems unrealistic to expect a 2020 release.
  • Black Mirror (Season 6) – We’ll be due a sixth season of Black Mirror at some point in 2020 but nothing confirmed as of yet.
  • Cowboy Bebop – Was due out in 2020 but given production woes, likely delayed into 2021.
  • Love, Death & Robots (Season 2) – animated anthology series that was renewed but given the wait for season 1, we’re not expecting in 2020.
  • Peaky Blinders (Season 6) – The series has been confirmed to be returning from the creator but a release date is not known, more likely 2021.
  • Q-Force (Season 1) – New animated comedy from Universal TV about gay spys.
  • Russian Doll (Season 2) – This is a 50/50 for us. Production has yet to start so it may be a while before we see the return of Nadia.

A few other titles we should mention. Although The Witcher has been renewed for season 2, that’s not expected until 2021.

What are you looking forward to in 2020? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Founder of What's on Netflix, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for over a decade. Covering everything from new movies, series and games from around the world, Kasey is in charge of covering breaking news, covering all the new additions now available on Netflix and what's coming next.