Welcome to your big preview of every new series that’s set to debut in 2023 or beyond.
Please note that this list may include some shows that may release in 2022 and we’re limiting it to only English-language shows.
Additionally, this list only includes brand new debut shows and not returning shows. We’ve got a separate guide for all the renewed Netflix shows, including Stranger Things, The Crown, Bridgerton, Outer Banks, and more.
This list is also a work in progress. We’ll update throughout the remainder of 2022 and 2023, so keep it bookmarked.
Enough caveats? We think so. Let’s crack on.
A Man in Full
Director: Regina King
Cast: Jeff Daniels, Chanté Adams, Tom Pelphrey, Sarah Jones, Tom Pelphrey
Read our full preview for Netflix’s limited series for A Man in Full.
David E. Kelley is behind this new adaptation of the Tom Wolfe novel.
Jeff Daniels leads the cast and plays the role of Charlie Croker, a real estate mogul who falls on hard times as he faces bankruptcy but goes to extraordinary lengths to keep his business going.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Showrunner: Albert Kim
Cast: Gordon Cormier, Ian Ousley, Kiawentiio, Dallas Liu
Read more about what we know about Netflix’s live-action Avatar remake here.
Filmed throughout 2022 on state-of-the-art LED sets, this live-action adaptation is of the beloved Nickelodeon series.
It tells the story of Aang, a young boy who possesses the ability to wield all the elemental powers.
Creator: Vanessa Ramos
Cast: Melissa Fumero, Randall Park, Tyler Alvarez, J.B. Smoove
Read our preview on Netflix’s upcoming comedy series Blockbuster here.
Yes, in a twisted turn of fates, Netflix is set to release a sitcom comedy series on a business it essentially ran out of business.
The series is set in the last remaining Blockbuster video store in the United States, but can they keep the lights on?
This series could release in 2022 given it wrapped filming earlier in 2022. Stay tuned.
Bodkin / On Record
Showrunner: Jez Scharf
Director: Nash Edgerton
Cast: Will Forte, David Wilmot, Robyn Cara, Siobhán Cullen
Read our preview on Netflix’s Bodkin (aka On Record).
Filming throughout the latter half of 2022 is the new series that comes from producers Barack and Michelle Obama.
Here’s a rundown on what you can expect from the new mystery series:
“A group of podcasters set out to investigate the mysterious disappearance of three strangers in an idyllic Irish town. But when they start to pull the strings, they find a story much bigger and stranger than they could have imagined.”
Boy Swallows Universe
Writer: John Collee
Based on the book by Trent Dalton and previously adapted into a stage play, this new Australian series is filming from the summer of 2022 through to the end of 2022.
The story follows a working-class Brisbane teenager navigating the world of drug addiction, ex-cons, poverty, and violence.
Conan the Barbarian
Executive Producers: Fredrik Malmberg and Mark Wheeler
First appearing in 1932, Conan the Barbarian is a fictional hero that was most famously bought to the screen in the 80s with Arnold Schwarzenegger bringing the character to life.
Netflix has been developing the show for a couple of years now with a series expected to be still in active development.
Creators: Jamie Dooner, Lauren Lungerich, Jeremy Haft, Jamie Uyeshiro
Cast: Ciara Riley Wilson, Bryana Salaz, Shiv Pai, Keyla Monterroso Mejia
On My Block ended with its fourth season in 2021, but we will be returning to the fictional location of Freeridge with a brand new story and a brand new cast.
Producers: Asad Qizilbash and Carter Swan
Adapting the video game franchise from PlayStation, this new series follows the storyline of the games in the 31st century, where humans live in scattered tribes and are under threat from rogue robots.
Playstation Productions and Sony Pictures Television are producing for Netflix.
Creator: Charlie Covell
Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Janet McTeer, David Thewlis, Stanley Townsend, Billie Piper, Cliff Curtis
Filming in the United Kingdom, this ambitious drama series will see Jeff Goldblum play the role of Zeus. Not sold yet? Here’s a bit more.
Described as a dark comedy, it reimagines Greek mythology, exploring “gender politics, power, and life in the underworld”.
Kings of America
Creator: Jess Kimball Leslie
Cast: Glenn Close, Amy Adams
Read our preview on Netflix’s Kings of America.
This new limited series comes from one of the producers of HBO’s Succession and tells the story of three powerful women whose lives were intertwined, with Walmart being at the center of the story.
Netflix’s first foray into the Millarworld didn’t pan out too well, with Jupiter’s Legacy being canned after a single season.
Hoping to right the ship, there are several confirmed TV series in development at Netflix, including:
- American Jesus – Series by Everardo Gout about Jesus Christ returning to Earth and taking on the antichrist.
- Night Club – Action-adventure series about a boy who inhabits vampire abilities after being bitten.
- Supercrooks – A live-action series to accompany the anime series Netflix released in 2021.
- The Magic Order – Harry Potter in scale, this series follows elite families with magical abilities. The project was postponed but is believed to be continuing.
My Life With The Walter Boys
Showrunner: Melanie Halsall
Cast: Marc Blucas, Jaylan Evans, Corey Fogelmanis, Ashby Gentry, Sarah Rafferty, Zoe Soul
Read our preview on My Life with the Walter Boys.
Based on the Ali Novak novel, this new series is a family coming-of-age series that’s set to consist of 10 episodes and wrapped filming in August 2022.
Here’s a quick rundown on what you can expect:
“Following the loss of her family in a tragic accident, 16-year old Manhattanite Jackie Howard has to learn to adapt to a new life in rural Colorado with her guardian – and 12 very rowdy kids.”
Sony Pictures Television and Komixx Entertainment are behind the series.
Showrunner: Steven Maeda
Cast: Iñaki Godoy, Emily Rudd, Mackenyu, Stevel Marc, Taz Skylar, Jacob Gibson
Read our preview on Netflix’s One Piece live-action series.
From Tomorrow Studios (the production company behind Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop) comes their most ambitious anime to live-action adaptation in the form of One Piece.
With Marc Jobst set to direct some of the episodes, the series will see a young pirate captain setting out to sea to look for mythical treasure and become the one true Pirate King.
Director: Tom Verica
Cast: Michelle Fairley, Ruth Gemmell, Adjoa Andoh, Golda Rosheuvel
Shonda Rhimes came over to Netflix from ABC and blew everyone away with her first major series for the service in the form of Bridgerton. As a successful property, Netflix has given a limited series order to a spin-off that looks at the younger years of one of the pivotal characters in the series, Queen Charlotte.
Something is Killing the Children
Creators: Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy
Based on the comics by James Tynion IV, Boom! Studios will adapt the series for Netflix.
For those unfamiliar with the source material, it follows a teen survivor in a town that has been ravaged by a monster who eats children.
Cast: Tosin Cole, Nadine Mills, Eric Kofi Abrefa, Calvin Demba
Originating out of the United Kingdom is this new superhero series which comes from Rapman (best known for Blue Story and Top Boy).
The series is about a group of five ordinary people who unexpectedly develop superpowers. The only thing these people have in common is that they’re Black South Londoners.
Creator/Showrunner: Kathleen Jordan
From the same team behind Netflix’s canceled Teenage Bounty Hunters and executive producer Jenji Kohan.
The series is described as a 14th Century Soapy Drama and has been given an 8-episode order. Set during the Black Death pandemic, we’ll be following a handful of nobles who are invited to retreat with their servants to a grand villa in the Italian countryside and wait out the pestilence with a lavish holiday.
The Fall of the House of Usher
Creator: Mike Flanagan
Cast: Carla Gugino, Willa Fitzgerald, Mark Hamill, Henry Thomas, Kate Siegel, Paola Nunez
One of the numerous Netflix projects coming from the master of horror, Mike Flanagan, is The Fall of the House of Usher, a new limited series based on a short story by Edgar Allan Poe.
Not too much has been revealed about the plot, but here’s what we know so far:
“The drama is based on multiple works from Edgar Allan Poe, it features themes of madness, family, isolation, and metaphysical identities. The Fall of the House of Usher is narrated by a man who has been invited to visit his childhood friend Roderick Usher. Usher gradually makes clear that his twin sister Madeline has been placed in the family vault not quite dead. When she reappears in her blood-stained shroud, the visitor rushes to leave as the entire house splits and sinks into a lake.”
Creator: Guy Ritchie
Read our preview of the upcoming series The Gentlemen.
Following the success of Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen movie, we’ll be heading back into the world with a brand new series adaptation that’s set to begin filming at the end of 2022.
The Green Beret’s Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse
Creators: Daril Fannin, Shawn Vance
Cast: Kristen Schaal, Flula Borg, Yasmine Aker, Emily Maddison
Produced by Peter Berg and Matt Damon, this comedy series will follow Vance who “plays a comic version of himself as he tries to survive through various apocalyptic scenarios, including a nuclear attack, supervolcano eruption, or of course, a zombie attack.”
The Night Agent
Showrunner: Shawn Ryan
Cast: Simone Kessell, Hong Chau, Richard Harmon, D.B. Woodside, Enrique Murciano, Rebecca Staab
Read our full preview of Netflix’s upcoming series, The Night Agent.
Employing the showrunner of The Shield and S.W.A.T., Netflix will be releasing a new thriller adaptation based on the novel by Matthew Quirk.
Here’s what you can expect from the new series:
“A low-level FBI agent, Peter Sutherland, who works in the basement of the White House, manning a phone that never rings until the night it does, propelling him into a conspiracy that leads all the way to the Oval Office.”
The Three-Body Problem
Showrunners: David Benioff and D.B. Weiss
Cast: Eliza González, Benedict Wong, Liam Cunningham, John Bradley, Tsai Chin
Read our preview for Netflix’s The Three-Body Problem.
From the creators of Game of Thrones comes their most ambitious project to date, attempting to adapt the complex and beloved sci-fi novel series that originates out of China.
The Three-Body Problem depicts humanity’s first contact with an alien civilization.
Director: Philip Abraham
Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Monica Barbaro
Read our preview for the new action comedy series here.
Skydance Television is one of the production companies behind this new global spy adventure series that Arnold Schwarzenegger helms.
The series is about a father and daughter who learn that they’ve been working for the CIA for years but slowly unravel the mystery behind their odd relationship.
It was filmed from May 2022 through to the end of August 2022 in Toronto, Canada.
Every Other Upcoming Netflix Original Series Coming in 2023 and Beyond
- 12 Scars – Jamie Linden is writing this new drama series that follows a single father trying to move beyond his previous life as a violent criminal.
- A Chorus Line – Mini-series starring Ewan McGregor about Broadway dancers auditioning for spots from Ryan Murphy.
- All The Light We Cannot See – Limited series on a blind French teenager in World War 2 who encounters a German soldier. Mark Ruffalo, Hugh Laurie and Aria Mia Loberti star.
- Beef – A24 comedy series starring Maria Bello and Steven Yeun.
- Blue Eye Samurai – Adult animated series about a master of the world who is looking for revenge in Edo-period Japan.
- Bodies – Drama from Moonage Pictures about four detectives all investigating the same murder.
- Captain Fall – From the creators of Netflix’s Norsemen comes a new animated comedy series that follows a captain on a ship that has no control over what’s happening.
- CoComelon Lane – A new Netflix exclusive series set in the kids universe of CoComelon.
- Confessions on the 7:45 – Jessica Alba to star in an adaptation series of the Lisa Unger book.
- Damage – Gaumont Television and Moonage Pictures are behind this drama series.
- Death Note – Another Netflix adaptation of the manga series but The Duffer Brothers are behind it this time and will be in a series format.
- Dumped – Comedy series from Kapital Entertainment and Anonymous Content about a hopeless romantic and friends becoming detectives to investigate her ex.
- East Of Eden – Florence Pugh will star in this new limited series about two families coming together to reenact Cain and Abel.
- Eric – Abi Morgan to write and Lucy Forbes to direct this new series about a young boy going missing in 1980s Manhatten.
- Fanger – Tom Lynch to produce this new kids series about a preteen girl realizing she has supernatural powers, she embarks on a search for who her birth parents were.
- Ghostbusters – A new animated series based on Sony’s Ghostbusters IP.
- Heaven’s Forest – Adult-animated series from Powerhouse Animation and executive produced by Adi Shankar, Warren Ellis, and Kevin Kolde. Set in an Indo-futuristic world and inspired by the Indian mythology of the Ramayana.
- Mama K’s Team 4 – Animated series due for release in 2024 about four teen girls living in the neo-futuristic African city of Lusaka, Zambia.
- Mech Cadets – Set to debut in 2023, is this new Boom Studios anime adaptation from Polygon Pictures.
- Mulligan – Animated comedy series from Robert Carlock and Sam Means.
- My Dad the Bounty Hunter – Animated series about a father and his two children hunting down criminals in space. Priah Ferguson, Yvette Nicole Brown, Rob Riggle and Jim Rash voice star.
- No Good Deed – From Liz Feldman (creator of Dead to Me) comes a new dark comedy about three families bidding to buy a 1920s Spanish-style villa.
- Not Quite Narwhal – Animated kids series from DreamWorks Animation.
- Palomino – Left Bank Pictures are behind this new serialized crime drama about a British teacher working in Spain and finds herself caught up in a supermarket robbery.
- Poindexter – Media Res series from producer Michael Ellenberg.
- Programmed – A new comedy series from Objective Fiction and Mae Martin.
- Recursion – An adaptation of the sci-fi thriller book comes from Matt Reeves and Shonda Rhimes.
- Shiksa – Sara Foster and Erin Foster to write and star in this comedy about a girl who converted to Judaism to marry a guy.
- Skull Island – Based on the King Kong IP, this new animated series follows shipwrecked characters desperate to escape the most dangerous place on Earth—a mysterious island home to prehistoric monsters.
- Splinter Cell – Animated series based on the Ubisoft video game IP.
- Stronger – Sheldon Turner is behind this new A+E Studios drama for Netflix starring Yvonne Orji. About a single mom who becomes obsessed with bodybuilding.
- Survival of the Thickest – From A24 pictures comes this new comedy series starring and produced by Michelle Buteau.
- The 39 Steps – Limited series starring Benedict Cumberbatch about a man who becomes a pawn in a global conspiracy to reset the world order. Based on the John Buchan novel.
- The Atomic Bazaar – Revolves around the global trade in nuclear weapons production and state-sponsored nuclear activities.
- The Brothers Sun – Brad Falchuk’s dark comedy series about two Taiwanese brothers who took very different paths in life.
- The Chronicles of Narnia – At least one TV series is expected to be part of Netflix’s huge expansion into Narnia.
- The Craving – From Protozoa Pictures comes a new drama about a ski town in Colorado’s sheriff facing an unprecedented new threat.
- The Diplomat – Political thriller from showrunner Debora Cahn.
- The Fuck It Bucket – Left Bank Pictures are behind this new coming of age teen series.
- The Elf on the Shelf – Animated Christmas kids series from Vertigo Entertainment.
- The Moon Represents My Heart – Gemma Chan stars in this drama series about a British-Chinese family with the ability to time travel.
- The Murders of Molly Southbourne – Horror adaptation based on the Tade Thompson novel.
- The Night Jar – Fantasy series from producer Peter Chernin.
- The Residence – Shonda Rhimes produced adaptation of the Kate Anderson Brower book about a disastrous State Dinner that sees a dead body and 157 suspects. Paul William Davies to serve as showrunner.
- The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Seven-part series described as a “high-concept murder mystery set during a weekend party at a crumbling mansion where the narrator must repeat the same day repeatedly until he can identify the killer of the beautiful young heiress”
- The Warmth of Other Suns – Anna Deavere Smith will bring the book of the same name to Netflix with the help of Shondaland. It tells the story of the long migration of African Americans who flee the South for a better life.
- Tombraider – Animated series based on the classic video game IP.
- Transatlantic – Anna Winger is behind this new historical drama about an American journalist who secured safe passage for 2,000 refugees. Starring Gillian Jacobs and Corey Stoll.
- Twilight of the Gods – Animated series from Jay Oliva and Zack Snyder.
- Untitled Jane Lynch Series – Comedy from creators Stephen Engel and Carol Leifer described as a modern-day Golden Girls.
- Untitled Los Angeles Lakers Series – A new workplace comedy from Mindy Kaling, Elaine Ko and Jeanie Buss
- Untitled Stranger Things Spin-off – The Duffer Brothers are working on a Stranger Things spin-off.
- Unstable – Comedy series starring Fred Armisen and Sian Clifford.
- Watergate – Limited series from George Clooney and Matt Charman on the infamous Watergate scandal.
- Wellmania – Australian comedy series about a young woman who throws herself into a wellness journey. Expected to hit Netflix in January 2023.
- White Stork – Political thriller miniseries starring Tom Hiddleston – production was supposed to begin in 2022 but yet to happen.
Want to see Netflix’s movie slates for 2023 and beyond? We have a preview for that too.