5 exciting series coming to Netflix in 2019

Looking ahead to four brand-new series on Netflix, plus one much-anticipated returning show. [Image Pexels]
Looking ahead to four brand-new series on Netflix, plus one much-anticipated returning show. [Image Pexels]

Four new, exciting series are coming in the first half this year, plus the return of a firm favourite in July 2019.

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4 new exciting series coming to Netflix and the return of a favourite

Streaming on Netflix next month we have a true-life romance/crime drama series just in time for Valentine's Day. The next day a new superhero series is launched on Netflix.

March sees a new comedy series in which Idris Elba both stars and produces. Elba plays a single guy and struggling DJ in the Netflix show.

In April, Netflix streams "Our Planet," a documentary about our precious Earth with amazing footage. Looking ahead to July, we see the return of a beloved series, "Stranger Things" as season three finally launches. There has been no official trailer as yet, but two teaser trailers are included below for your viewing pleasure.


'Dirty John' - Real-life crime - 14 February 2019

“Dirty John” is an eight-part, true crime anthology which is based on the Los Angeles Times podcast. It stars Connie Britton and Eric Cana and is a provocative, harrowing and sexy thriller following the real events of an online dating relationship that went wrong and shocked the world. A chilling love story for Valentine's Day.


'The Umbrella Academy' - Superhero drama - 15 February 2019

Several babies were born to women who didn’t know they were pregnant that day. All are gifted and talented individuals who end up at The Umbrella Academy, a dysfunctional family of superheroes. They get together to solve the mystery of their adopted father’s death, as well as the threat of the apocalypse. The series stars Ellen Page, Tom Hopper and Mary J Blige and is based on the graphic novel written by Gerald Way.

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