File 81 (January 14) – Based on the hit podcast, this horror series (whose executive producers include James Wan) follows a man who stumbles upon a sinister mystery Included in a range of old VHS tapes.
Orbit Kids (January 28) – Coming to Netflix in a six-episode miniseries, Mitsuo Iso’s sci-fi film duo tells the story of a group of kids left to fend for themselves on an orbiting space station in 2045, when a sudden accident leaves them as the only ones left on board.
Space Force (February 18) – This satire series Starring Steve Carell, John Malkovich and Ben Schwartz – about the still very real US Space Force in a way – returns for a second season.
Stranger Things (Summer TBD) – Season three feels like a long time ago, but we’re ready to return to a world full of demons, teenage angst, sinister government conspiracies, psychic powers, and retro 1980s fashion. Stranger Things return.
Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas (TBD) – Zack Snyder’s 2021 Netflix hit is getting an animated spinoff series that’s said to be a prequel story that will delve into how all the Sin City zombies came to be.
Locke & Key (pending) – The adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s IDW series has previously been renewed for a third season second season It’s even airing in 2021, which means we’ll likely see more adventures with the Rock family, the magic keys they’ve collected, and an enemy desperate to get their hands on them sometime this year.
Magic: The Gathering (TBD) – This animated series from the Russo Brothers delves into the multiverse of the iconic card game, following powerful magical planeswalkers across it to battle.
Midnight Club (TBD) – Mike Flanagan The latest Netflix horror series Adapted from Christopher Pike’s YA novel, a group of terminally ill kids exchange horrific stories every night…a friendship beyond the grave.While most of the young cast is light on Flanagan’s regulars, the show does feature Elm Street Iconic Heather Langenkamp plays a mysterious doctor.
Resident Evil (TBD) – Netflix is back in trouble This resident Evil good for the eight episodes reality series performed by supernaturalAndrew Dabb, with two timelines related to popular video games and (presumably) many, many zombies.
Sandman (TBD) – Neil Gaiman’s beloved comics come to Netflix The outstanding cast includes Tom Sturridge as Morpheus/Dream, Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer, Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Reaper, and Charles Dance as Rodri G. Burgess and more.
Umbrella Academy (TBD) – Like many of the comeback shows on this list, Pandemic delays return This story adapted from Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá’s beloved comics — but the Hargreeves siblings and their new enemies, including A mind cube, should bring season three to Netflix sometime this year.
The Witcher: Blood Origin (TBD) – you love the wizard. You love Michelle Yeoh.This prequel series is set 1200 years before the main series both, added enhancements Yeoh’s character happens to be a kick ass elf. Sell!