What's coming to Netflix in 2022 including Stranger Things, Ozark and After Life12/31/2021
GET ready to free your afternoons up when you find out Netflix’s new releases for 2022.
Find out here what they are.
What's coming to Netflix in 2022?
The American science fiction horror drama television series Stranger Things returns for season four Summer 2022.
The fourth season will have nine episodes in total and has continued to be produced by the show's creators the Duffer Brothers, along with Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen, and Iain Paterson.
The new series sees Eleven settle into her new home in California as a new threat rises.
Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger in Nightmare on Elm Street) joins the cast as the mysterious Victor Creel.
Bridgerton is returning for season 2, March 25, 2022.
Season two will follow the second book of Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton novels, titled The Viscount Who Loved Me.
It will focus on the relationship between Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma, played by Simone Ashley.
The Crown season 5 will be released by Netflix in November 2022.
Imelda Staunton will take over from Olivia Colman playing Queen Elizabeth.
Dominic West will star as Prince Charles and Princess Diana will be played by Elizabeth Debicki.
Seeing as season four of the show focussed on the 1970s and 1980 including Thatcher’s premiership, the wedding between Diana and Charles and the birth of Prince William and Prince Harry, we can only assume that season five will pick up towards the latter end of the decade or the start of the early 1990s.
Ricky Gervais, Brandy the dog , and After Life all return for one final season.
The bittersweet comedy about life after (a loved one's) death will be released on January 14, 2022.
And yes of course, viewers favourite, Brandy the dog is returning too.
Umbrella Academy is returning with season three.
The third season will include The Sparrow Academy, an alternative reality version of our heroes.
The series has also teased a hotel-shaped prison in space.
Showrunner Steve Blackman told Digital Spy that it’s “Wilder, Bigger and Zanier” than ever before.
“There's some very big surprises with the family this year. There are some amazing changes that people will love to sort of dig into, and there's a lot of growth for this family this year in a way that people are just not going to expect." he teased.
Ozark returns for its final season on January 21, 20221.
The series follows the Byrde family’s criminal enterprise in the Ozarks.
As patriarch Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) said in the series premiere back in 2017, “Money is, at its essence, that measure of a man’s choices.”
Locke and Key
Locke and Key are back for season three.
Co-creator Meredith Averill says that it focuses more heavily on the family.
She also said expect to see the greatest threat they've had to face yet.
"That really bonds them in a way that we've never seen before. I can't say more than that," Averill explained to Collider.
Army Of The Dead: Lost Vegas
The next prequel tells the story of Army of the Dead’s Scott, played by Dave Bautista.
New actors joining the cast include Joe Manganiello, Christian Slater and Vanessa Hudgens.
Netflix shared a synopsis of the series saying: “The animated origin story of Scott (Dave Bautista) and his rescue crew during the initial fall of Vegas as they confront the mysterious source of the zombie outbreak. Jay Olivia will be showrunning with he and Zack Snyder each directing two episodes.”
Alice in Borderland
Alice in Borderland Season 2 will return to Netflix December 2022.
The live-epic adaptation of Haro Aso’s hit Manga continues with even more deadly games
Can Arisu and Usagi survive long enough to uncover the mysteries of Bonderland?
All Of Us are Dead
A new Korean Survival drama will be released on Netflix January 28.
It’s a live action adaptation of the Webtoon Now At Our School, created by Joo Deng-geun.
Yoon Chan-young and Park Ji-hoo stars as the two students trying to survive the undead.
Inventing Anna inspired by the true story of Total Fake is released on Netflix Febauary 11.
The show tells the true story of how Anna Delvey tricked her way into New York’s high society.
Starring Ozak’s Julia Garner as Anna Delvey and is produced by Shonda Rhimes and Shondaland – the creative team behind Bridgerton.
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