Inventing Anna (Season 1)

Who is Anna Delvey? That’s the question at the heart of this series, created by Shonda Rhimes (Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal) and inspired by the true story of a young Russian woman who posed as a wealthy German heiress and managed to dupe the New York elite, extorting hundreds of thousands of dollars in the process.

Release date: February 11.

Knives Out 2

Daniel Craig may have bowed out as James Bond, but he hasn’t said goodbye to his role as private detective Benoit Blanc. He’ll be back as the character in the sequel to Knives Out, a crime comedy also starring Chris Evans and Ana De Armas, which is sure to give us a good laugh. Even better, Netflix has already signed up for a third film!

Release date: Pending.

Bridgerton (Season 2)

In December 2020, we discovered with joy the romantic universe of Bridgerton. After more than a year of waiting, the series, produced by Shonda Rhimes, will finally be getting a second season in 2022, centred this time around the character of Lord Anthony Bridgerton, Daphne’s brother. The question is now to know when we will be able to watch the next episodes… To be continued!

Release date: March 25.

The Sandman

This adaptation of the fantasy graphic novel of the same name is already causing a stir, even before its release. It will star Tom Sturridge and Gwendoline Christie (of Game of Thrones fame). The synopsis? Dream, guardian of dreams and member of the Eternals, manages to escape after many years in captivity.

Release date: Pending.

Stranger Things (Season 4)

After the mysterious ending of season 3, we are very much looking forward to the next part of the story in Stranger Things. The only catch? Netflix chose to drag out the suspense! Fortunately, after two years of waiting, the fourth season of Stranger Things will finally see the light of day in the summer of 2022. We can’t wait to see Eleven, who seems—from the trailer—to have moved to California!

Release date: Summer 2022.

The Crown (Season 5)

For the fifth season of The Crown, telling the story (with some liberties) of Queen Elizabeth II and the British royal family, actress Imelda Staunton will replace Olivia Coleman in the role of the sovereign, while Elizabeth Debicki will play Lady Di, previously played brilliantly by Emma Corrin. We can’t wait to see the result, scheduled for next autumn!

Release date: November 2022.

Courtesy of Netflix (The Crown, Season 5)

The Gray Man

Based on the novel of the same name, this thriller will feature an exceptional cast including Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana De Armas and Regé-Jean Page. The film is about a CIA agent, abandoned by his agency, is forced to flee after a former colleague is on the hunt to find him.

Release date: Pending.

The Witcher: Blood Origins

Spin-offs will definitely be popular in 2022! The Witcher series will have its own prequel, The Witcher: Blood Origins, is a story about the very first wizard that will start 1200 years before.

Release date: Pending.

The Three-Body Problem 

Alexander Woo, who wrote several episodes of the True Blood series, and David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, creators of Game of Thrones, have joined forces to create a science fiction series based on Chinese writer Liu Cixin’s eponymous trilogy, The Three-Body Problem. It’s about the first contact between humans and aliens and the conflict that will follow. No release date has yet been revealed, but it is rumoured that the series will be released in late 2022.

Release date: Late 2022.


Based on the novel of the same name, the American drama will tell a fictionalized version of Marilyn Monroe’s life—and it’s none other than Ana De Armas, who has a string of successful films (No Time to Die, Knives Out), who will take on the features of the blonde pin-up!

Release date: Pending.

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