Upcoming Shows on Netflix

by Nia Scott

Jun 10, 2019

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There are many fantastic shows coming out on Netflix. Some are long-awaited new seasons and others are new shows hoping to make a splash. Netflix offers a wide variety of series to consume and is constantly pushing out new material.

Stranger Things

On America’s birthday, July 4th, Netflix releases the new season of Stranger Things. This 80s-infused series has taken the world by storm. The show is hugely popular with a cult following. The newest season follows everyone’s favorite characters as they navigate the summer of 1985. If the previous seasons are any indication, this season will be filled with plot twists, humor and adventure.

Orange is the New Black

The show that first brought an outpouring of viewers to Netflix, Orange is the New Black is coming to an end. Premiering July 26, the seventh and last season of the prison drama hopefully ties up all the loose ends and gives fans the ending they deserve.

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance

Late in August, Netflix will release The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. Actors Mark Hamill, Helena Bonham-Carter and Alicia Vikander are some of the many stars who added their voice to characters. The film is based on the Jim Henson’s cult 1982 film.

Green Eggs and Ham

For children or children at heart, after the summer, Netflix will premiere a show based on the beloved children’s book Green Eggs and Ham. There aren’t many details yet on how the streaming giant transformed the short book into a series but it’s sure to be good.

The Crown

Also, later in the year, The Crown will return for a third season. This season is different and takes places during the 1970s with a new cast. However, the team behind the show is the same and will bring the same quality of drama watchers love.



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