With 2020 comes a whole new content slate, and Netflix is keen to keep pumping out TV shows and movies that will keep viewers hooked. Now that other services like Apple TV+ and Disney+ have entered the market, with HBO Max and NBC’s Peacock coming soon, the streaming platform will be pulling out all the stops to produce some high quality titles.
With that in mind, here are some of the top shows and films you can expect to see as 2020 unfolds.
Anne with an E – The third and final season of this Anne of Green Gables adaptation will become available.
AJ and the Queen – RuPaul stars as a drag queen who joins forces with a tough 11 year old orphan while on the road.
Grace and Frankie – The sixth and final season about two women who live together after their husbands become lovers will be released.
Sex Education – The comedy drama returns for season two, which began with Otis setting up a sex clinic at his school.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – The supernatural series following the journey of a teenage witch returns, as Sabrina gets ready to enter hell so she can save her boyfriend Nick.
Bojack Horseman – The second part of the sixth and final series will come out on the streaming platform, closing the journey of a childhood star turned alcoholic horse.
Narcos: Mexico – Season 2 of this drug-themed drama with narco Felix Gallardo will become available on Netflix screens.
Better Call Saul – The fifth and final season of the immensely popular Breaking Bad spin-off will drop on the streaming platform.
After Life – The second season of the dark comedy from Ricky Gervais will return to fans after a popular debut on the streamer.
Altered Carbon – The sci-fi series returns for a second season, set in a future world where humans can transfer their consciousness from one body to another.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Season 7 of the NYPD drama comes back, starring Andy Samberg of The Lonely Island as Jake Peralta.
Eurovision – A comedy from Will Ferrell which ridicules the song contest, while two Icelandic singers compete for the chance to represent their country.
Queer Eye – The Fab Five return for a fifth season. After spending some time in Japan, they are back for a full series, this time set in Philadelphia.
The Umbrella Academy – The family of superheroes returns for a second season after a dramatic cliffhanger.
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