The Best Series On Netflix In 2019 For You To Watch

Netflix has a lot of premieres and new seasons of some of their beloved series. I bet you want to know what Netflix has in store. We review the best Netflix series in 2019.

A Series Of Unfortunate Events (Season 3)

Start off 2019 with the premiere of the third and final season of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Neil Patrick Harris plays the lead role.

Based on the novels by Daniel Handler under the pseudonym of Lemony Snicket, the series revolves around Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire, three siblings, orphaned after their parents died in a fire.

Their new guardian, the evil Count Olaf, will stop at nothing to gain ownership of his inheritance. But the Baudelaire orphans do not make it easy for him.

Lucifer (Season 4)

One of the biggest disappointments for fans of Lucifer was its sudden cancellation. A series starring Tom Ellis who plays Lucifer. Lucifer, bored, sneaks to Earth, and he ends up joining forces with Detective Chloe Decker. His mission is to punish the most dangerous criminals in the city.

After the cancellation, Netflix responded to fans’ requests and Lucifer re-emerged from his ashes with a fourth season that will arrive in early 2019.


2019 sees Netflix add more Japanese anime. Not only reviving great series like Neon Genesis Evangelion but also making new series, like Ultraman. The first season will premiere on the video streaming serviceon April 1, 2019.

This new Ultraman anime will not be a remake. It’s a sequel to the classic 1966 series. Shinjiro, who discovers that his father, Shin Hayata, is Ultraman, must now fight against the aliens that invade the Earth.

Saint Seiya

There’s also the remake of Knights of the Zodiac: Saint Seiya, a classic Japanese anime series.

Its first season will consist of 12 30-minute episodes, an adaptation of the Galactic Tournament to the Silver Knights’ arc.

Stranger Things (Season 3)

The Netflix series we’re waiting for in 2019! The mega-hit series Stranger Things. The Duffer brothers series pays homage to series and cult films from the 80s.

This time, Eleven, Mike, Dustin, Lucas, Will and the rest of the of Hawkins fast forward to the summer of 1985. Who knows what surprises lie in wait for us in this third season?

Right now we will have to wait, but we already know that season 3 of Stranger Things will premiere on July 4, 2019.

Thirteen Reasons Why (Season 3)

Considered one of the most controversial series because it deals with very sensitive issues such as suicide and rape, Thirteen Reason Why returns to Netflix sometime in 2019.

Although Hannah Baker will not make an appearance, according to statements by the actress Katherine Langford. If there’s no Hannah, what does Netflix have in store for us?

House of Cards (Season 3)

There is no doubt that this is a remarkable series. House of Cards, has had such great success that it won the Emmy Award for Best International Drama. The first Spanish series to get such an award. The third season airs sometime in 2019.

Black Mirror (Season 5)

Another successful series, Black Mirror, returns for a fifth season in 2019. The series offers us an interesting vision of how our lives would be in a hypothetical future with the advancement of technology, from a darker perspective.

Elite (Season 2)

Another series that has also had success on Netflix is Elite. The plot revolves around a murder in a prestigious institution. Some of the stars from House of Cards also headline this series.

The End of the F***ing World (Season 2)

Netflix has opted for a continuation of The End of the F *** ing World, whose plot focuses on the characters of James and Alyssa.

They both go to the same school and end up getting to know each other and start a relationship.

It’s a strange relationship as James is always thinking about what it would be like to murder Alyssa. You’ll just have to watch to find out more.

Netlfix looks good for 2019. There are also rumors of 3% season 3, Dark season 2 and Altered Carbon season 2, to name a few. There’s no doubt that 2019 will be a very interesting on Netflix!

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