Top 25 upcoming Netflix Web series and Movies in 2023

Everything Coming To Netflix In 2023

Netflix never stops. The streaming service has never been in the business of "less is more".  A number of new movies, new series and new seasons of some previous series are coming this year.  

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The Top 25 upcoming Netflix Series and Movies are:

• Atypical: Season 4

• Dead to Me: Season 3 

• Dear White People: Season 4

• Don’t Look Up: New movie

• Fear Street: New movie

• The Harder They Fall: New movie

• Hit and Run: New series

• I Think You Should Leave: Season 2

• Into the Deep: New documentary

• Kissing Booth 3: part III

• Midnight Mass: New series

• Night Teeth: New movie

• Ozark: Season 4

• Peaky Blinders: Season 6

• Pieces of Her: New series

• Red Notice: New movie

• Robin Robin: New movie

• Sex Education: Season 3

• Stranger Things: Season 4

• tick, tick… BOOM: New movie

• A Week Away: New movie 

• The Witcher: Season 2

• The Woman in the Window: New movie

• You: Season 3

• Money Heist: season 5 Vol. I and II

Atypical: Season 4

The thoughtful dramedy about a now freshman college student on the autism spectrum is wrapping up its run with a final season. 

Dead to Me: Season 3 

It’s time for Ben’s (James Mardsen) dark secrets to take front-and-center in the upcoming season of this addictive series. 

Dear White People: Season 4

It’s senior year for Justien Simien’s Dear White People series and the Black students fighting the embedded institutional racism at the mostly white Winchester University. Before graduation day, radio host Sam White, Troy Fairbanks, investigative journalist Lionel Higgins and co. clash with the mysterious secret order that maintains the university’s prestige at all costs. 

Don’t Look Up: New movie

Adam McKay’s (Anchorman, The Big Short) latest is as star-studded a blockbuster as they come. Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCarprio lead the cast as two astronomers tasked with informing the public that a destructive comet is approaching Earth, and supporting them is an ensemble featuring the likes of Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Chris Evans and many others.  

Fear Street: New movie

Horror fans, get excited: An adaptation of R. L. Stine’s book series of the same name about a group of teenagers in a small Ohio town investigating a string of murders that seem to be connected is coming to Netflix. 

The Harder They Fall: New movie

Idris Elba, LaKeith Stanfield, and Regina King are heading west. The three lead the cast in this highly anticipated Western about a man out for revenge against the man who murdered his parents.  

Hit and Run: New series

This thriller series from the creators of the Israeli crime drama Fauda follows a man who goes on an intense mission to track down the person who killed his wife in a hit and run.  

I Think You Should Leave: Season 2

What delights could the second season of Tim Robinson’s dare we say comedy masterpiece contain? Honestly, we couldn’t even begin to predict, but if it’s anything like the first set of sketches, it will be absolutely incredible. 

Into the Deep: New documentary

This documentary began as filmmaker Emma Sullivan’s attempt to profile Danish inventor Peter Madsen in 2016, but became something much bigger after Madsen shockingly murdered journalist Kim Wall aboard his self-made submarine the following year.  

Kissing Booth 3: part III

To All the Boys… isn’t the only Netflix teen rom-com series wrapping up this year. The final Kissing Booth movie is also on the way, so fans will finally find out which of the Flynn brothers really has Elle’s heart.  

Midnight Mass: New series

Director Mike Flanagan can’t stop churning out that creepy Netflix content. Before The Haunting of Bly Manor even hit the streamer in October 2020, the spooky filmmaker started shooting his latest new series in August. Taking place on a desolate island, it follows disturbing events that start to unfold among the community there when a mysterious young priest arrives. 

Night Teeth: New movie

Alfie Allen stars in this thriller as a chauffeur who drives two young women (Debby Ryan, Lucy Fry) to parties in LA, and follows his night that turns into a twisty ride as he learns his passengers are not who they claim to be.  

Ozark: Season 4

The final season of the tense Missouri-set money laundering saga will be nothing short of shocking, we expect. The Byrdes keep getting deeper in bed with dangerous people-now, the cartel boss Omar Navarro and the FBI-and it’s only a matter of time until the blocks crumble beneath them, sending their family and associates into a free fall.    

Peaky Blinders: Season 6

Our Peakies! The biggest question at hand after a doozy of a fifth season in Steven Knight’s English mob series is: Who betrayed Tommy Shelby and caused his plan to take out political rival and literal fascist Oswald Mosley to fail? (We have some thoughts.)

Pieces of Her: New series

Toni Collette leads the cast in this adaptation of Karin Slaughter’s popular thriller about a woman who tries to stop an active shooter, and the effects it has on her relationship with her daughter who feels she witnesses a change in her mother after the traumatic interference.  

Red Notice: New movie

Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds all star in this action film that follows an Interpol agent tracking down the world’s most-wanted art thief.  

Robin Robin: New movie

Okay, cute: Gillian Anderson and Richard E. Grant voice little critters in a tale about a bird raised by mice who sets off to discover more about her own kind.  

Sex Education: Season 3

Class will be back in session for the horny high schoolers of Moordale Secondary, and there’s plenty of unfinished drama waiting for us, including Jean’s unexpected pregnancy, Eric and Adam’s relationship, Maeve’s tragic home life, and whatever the hell Otis is up to. 

Stranger Things: Season 4

The Hawkins crew has to figure out how to get Hopper out of Russia in the next season of Stranger Things, presumably digging into its ’80s-ness with its own interpretation of the Cold War. 

tick, tick… BOOM: New movie

Lin Manuel Miranda may be known for penning and starring in Broadway hits In the Heights and Hamilton, but now he’s heading behind the director’s chair, too. Tick, tick… BOOM, which stars Andrew Garfield, marks Miranda’s directorial debut and tells the story of an aspiring theater composer in NYC with his sights set on writing the next great musical.  

A Week Away: New movie 

Hallelujah! The Lord hath brought Netflix a Christian teen movie musical. A Week Away stars Kevin Quinn as a young man who is forced to choose between either going to juvie or a religious summer camp, and in choosing the camp meets a summer regular (Bailee Madison) who changes his life. 

The Witcher: Season 2

Toss another coin to your local Witcher: Henry Cavill’s brooding, wandering monster hunter Geralt of Rivia is coming back this year with all the Hmm’s you could hope for. Video game and book series fans should be in for a little treat-we’re betting Season 2 is adapting the first book of the main Witcher series, Blood of Elves. Ciri could be much older; Yennifer should still be on a mission to become the greatest sorcerer; Jaskier, without a doubt, will still be penning his annoyingly catchy bard songs. You can’t escape destiny, Geralt. 

The Woman in the Window: New movie

Amy Adams hive: Assemble. The actress stars in this thriller based on the novel of the same name about a woman with agoraphobia who witnesses a disturbing crime in the window across from her apartment.

You: Season 3

Murderous creep Joe (Penn Badgley) sets his eyes on a new target of obsession, blonde neighbor woman Natalie, who he peeped engrossed in a book he almost certainly has at least five opinions on. Such wandering eyes when his girlfriend, the equally bloodlusting Love, is so pregnant! For shame, Joe. Season 3 will also feature an ensemble of the finest LA stereotypes, including a wellness guru, “momfluencer,” and tech venture capitalist. 

Money Heist: Season 5 Vol. I and II 

It's been over two years since The Professor's crew and their iconic Dali masks first entered the Bank of Spain, but we finally know when we'll find out how - and if - they make it out alive. The final season will see the war begin and The Gang must fight to survive their enemies – and after over 100 hours in the bank and with adversaries mounting, the end of the greatest heist in history is coming.


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