Next on Netflix UK 2024: Every New Show and Movie Announcement

Black Mirror was among the titles showcased alongside a slew of other new commissions.

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Netflix UK just unveiled and showcased a bunch of movies and series from its upcoming lineup of titles scheduled for 2024, 2025, and beyond. We’ll cover everything that was announced below. 

This is the second major Next on Netflix event this week, following yesterday’s German movie and series announcements. We’re here at the event in person, so stay tuned for a first impressions article where I’ll cover everything I see and what I think in due course.

So, let’s run through all the big new announcements:


Adolescence (Working Title)

Adolescence is a new four-part limited series coming to Netflix in 2025 that brings together the award-winning team of Stephen Graham, Philip Barantini, and Jack Thorne in a real-time, one-shot style crime drama, with production by Warp Films and Matriarch.


Black Mirror (Season 7 + USS Callister Spinoff)

Black Mirror Uss Callister Limited Series In The Works

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After months of not wanting to reveal anything about Black Mirror, Netflix has confirmed our reporting that we’ll be getting six episodes of Black Mirror including a USS Callister spinoff.

New episodes touch down on Netflix in 2025.


Grown Ups 

From the team behind Heartstopper, this new scripted series (due out in 2026) adapts the best-selling novel Grown Ups by Marian Keyes.

Per Netflix, here’s what you can expect:

“Based on three couples – Nell and Liam, Cara and Ed, Jessie and Rory, like most families, the Caseys are a complicated bunch. Ever-shifting politics. Old and new resentments. Arguments that blow over quickly and hurts that are nursed forever. They’re loyal. Noisy. And bound together by a whole lot of love.”


The Choice

The Choice Netflix Series

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Revealed yesterday, Netflix officially launched The Choice today, the second major show from writer and director Matt Charman, who worked on Netflix’s Obsession and, more recently, the defunct movie The Mothership.

Netflix confirmed our reporting that Suranne Jones will be headlining the cast. They also confirmed that Julie Delpy will star alongside Corey Mylcreest, Lucian Masmati, Ashley Thomas, James Cosmo, and Jehnny Beth.


The Witness

STV Studios is behind this new series that we were able to reveal exclusively a short while ago. The three-episode miniseries is based on the memoir of Alex and André Hanscombe and is about a father who becomes a single parent overnight following the brutal murder of his wife, Rachel. The story tracks how a father and son made it through the aftermath of an unimaginable tragedy, through darkness and into light.

Filming will commence in the summer of 2024 with a 2025 release date.


Millennium Diamond Heist

Netflix is reteaming with Guy Ritchie following The Gentlemen for a new three-part docu-series about fairly recent events that cover “a group of South-East London criminals are orchestrating what just might be the most audacious heist of all time.”


House of Guinness (Working Title)

Steven Knight House Of Guinness

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Steven Knight (Taboo, Peaky Blinders) brings his next major scripted series to Netflix with this new drama about the Guinness Family.

Per Netflix, here’s what you can expect from the new series:

House of Guinness will tell the epic story of one of Europe’s most famous and enduring dynasties – The Guinness Family. Set in 19th-century Dublin and New York, the story will focus on the consequences of the death of Benjamin Guinness, the man responsible for the extraordinary success of the Guinness brewery, and the far-reaching impact of his cunning will on the fate of his four adult children, Arthur, Edward, Anne, and Ben, as well as on a group of Dublin characters who work and interact with the growing juggernaut that is Guinness.”


The Undertow 

The Undertow Netflix Noir Crime Series Jamie Dornan

As we revealed a little earlier. The Undertow was announced at the Next on Netflix UK event with Jamie Dornan (Belfast, The Tourist), Mackenzie Davis(Station Eleven), Iain de Caestecker (The Winter King), and Gary Lewis (Vigil). The series is the English adaptation of Twin, the Norwegian drama series starring Game of Thrones star Kristofer Hivju.


Rounding out the announcements:

  • Bear Hunt – Natural Studios, Workerbee and Talkback are behind this new reality series hosted by Holly Willoughby that sees celebs dropped into a jungle with Bear Grylls.
  • Buying London – A new reality series from Freemantle, will drop on Netflix globally later this year.
  • The Final: Attack on Wembley – Documentary on the 2021 disaster at Wembley Stadium as fans gathered to watch England but instead were landed in chaos.
  • Bank of Dave: The Sequel (fka Bank of Dave 2) – Amit Shah, Def Leppard, Pearce Quigley, Leila Farzad, Dan Fogler, Rob Delaney
  • Missing You—The new Harlan Coben series, which is currently in production, has announced several new cast members, including Rosalind Eleazar, Jessica Plummer, Richard Armitage, Lenny Henry, Steve Pemberton, Paul Kaye, Samantha Spiro, Lisa Faulkner, and Mary Malone.

That’s a brief rundown of everything announced. We’ll have more previews for all the titles mentioned above and more in the days to come.

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