Every Netflix Original Scheduled for 2019 Release Netflix is pumping out more content than ever before, and we get the spoils.

If you have Netflix, you know they’re constantly releasing new content. Don’t think for a minute 2019 will be any different. Look for continuations of your favorites and new, promising series in this year’s lineup.

January

Jan. 1: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Season 3
Jan. 1: Comedians of the World, Season 1
Jan. 1: Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, Season 1
Jan. 4: Call My Agent!, Season 3
Jan. 10: When Heroes Fly, Season 1
Jan. 11: Friends From College, Season 2
Jan. 11: Sex Education, Season 1
Jan. 18: Grace and Frankie, Season 5
Jan. 18: The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes, Season 2, Part B
Jan. 18: Trigger Warning With Killer Mike, Season 1
Jan. 21: Justice, Season 1
Jan. 24: Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, Season 1
Jan. 25: Black Earth Rising, Season 1
Jan. 25: Club of Crows, Season 4
Jan. 25: Kingdom, Season 1
Jan. 25: Medici: Masters of Florence, Season 2
Jan. 25: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Season 4, Part 2

February

Feb. 1: Russian Doll, Season 1
Feb. 1: Always a Witch, Season 1
Feb. 8: One Day at a Time, Season 3
Feb. 15: The Umbrella Academy, Season 1

March

Mar. 1: Cannon Busters, Season 1

April

Apr. 1: Ultraman, Season 1
Apr. 5: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Season 2
Apr. 5: Our Planet, Season 1
Apr. 19: Rilakkuma and Kaoru, Season 1

No Release Date Set

13 Reasons Why, Season 3
Bard of Blood, Season 1
Marvel’s The Punisher, Season 2
Stranger Things, Season 3
Orange Is the New Black, Season 7
GLOW, Season 3
Ozark, Season 3
The Witcher, Season 1
Insatiable, Season 2
Jessica Jones, Season 3
Easy, Season 3
Turn Up Charlie, Season 1
Daybreak, Season 1
October Faction, Season 1
Rhythm + Flow, Season 1
After Life, Season 1
What/If, Season 1
Chambers, Season 1
Dead to Me, Season 1
V-Wars, Season 1
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, Season 1
Central Park 5, Season 1
Diagnosis, Season 1
Jinn, Season 1
The Last Dance, Season 1
Mr. Iglesias, Season 1
Raising Dion, Season 1
Tales of the City, Season 1
Messiah, Season 1

And don’t forget to check out what Hulu is offering for 2019.

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Brian Penny is a former Business Analyst and Operations Manager at Bank of America turned whistleblower, troll, and freelance writer.

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