Netflix has established itself as one of the biggest production giants in the entertainment industry. The company has invested billions upon billions in producing TV shows of all genres to attract audiences from all over the globe.
The company has production houses in countries all across the world and hosts a collection of thousands of movies in hundreds of different languages.
Ever since the streaming giant started producing its own content, it has successfully attracted millions of viewers from all over the globe who have invested days into watching Netflix Original content.
Producing its own content has allowed Netflix to reduce its dependence on other reproduction houses and get ownership of the content it streams on its website. So far this year, we have been treated to some great shows, including the latest season of Stranger Things and the cinematic adaptation of Jeffrey Dahmer’s life, to name a few.
However, this isn’t it; there are still a number of shows that are in the pipeline and might be released sooner than anyone expects. If you are bored while waiting for the next season of your favorite show, you can place online bets on different sports at NetBet and kill your boredom.
In this article, we look at some of the Netflix shows that are due to be released by the end of this year or early next year.
- The Watcher
Set to be released in October, this is a psychological thriller based on real-life events that follow the life of a family that just moved into a new neighborhood.
Created by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, the series stars Naomi Watts, Bobby Cannavale, and Jennifer Coolidge. Fans have been waiting for this series for a long time, and it won’t be long until they get their wish.
- Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities
This is another highly anticipated show that will be released on the streaming platform on October 25. It comprises eight horror stories that will leave you stunned.
Starring Tim Blake Nelson, Sebastian Roche, and Elpidia Carrilo, this series is a must-watch for fans who love horror movies and tv shows.
This sitcom is the epitome of irony, Netflix, producing a show about the last operating store of one of its biggest rivals that refused to purchase it. It doesn’t get more ironic than this.
However, putting irony aside, Blockbuster looks like a great pick for anyone looking to lay back, relax, and watch something that doesn’t require too much emotional involvement.
Starring the Brooklyn Nine-Nine sweetheart Mellisa Fumero with Randall Park, this sitcom looks like the real deal for comedy lovers.
- Avatar: The Last Airbender
The real-life adaptation of the legendary animated series, Avatar: The Last Airbender is something that anime fans have been looking forward to for a long time.
The series has a promising cast with Gordon Cormier, Ian Ousley, Dallas Liu, and Kiawntiio. However, Netflix’s record with anime adaptation hasn’t been that good, and only time will tell how this one turns out for them.
The tv-screen adaptation of the videogame of the same name, Horizon, follows the lives of humans in the 31st century where they are being hunted by robots.
This is an ambitious project on Netflix’s part, but if the success of the video game is any indication, this might work out for the best for the production giant.
- Alice in Borderland Season 2
The second season of this Japanese thriller is set to hit the screens by the end of this year, and everyone who watched the first season cannot wait to see how everything turns out to be.
- The Witcher Season 3
Another hugely popular Netflix Original series, The Witcher Season 3, is still in the works and might take some time before we get to witness how Geralt, Ciri, and Yennefer work together to save the world.