Sure, you haven’t seen all of the Netflix Original stuff, but still, Netflix has something for everyone. Most of the digital platform hits across the globe are from Netflix. Over the years Netflix has produced in every genre which includes science fiction, crime drama, comedy etc. Here is a list of Netflix Originals which are planned to be premiered in 2019, shows which are in English or not in English.
The list consists a crime gangster film by Martin Scorsese starring Robert De Niro, a new superhero fantasy series, a high-octane Ryan Reynolds/Michael Bay movie, 2019 is shaping up to be a grand year on Netflix, soon they will have 1000 shows and movies on their library. Here’s a look at everything we know about the 2019 Netflix originals that are sure to blow everyone away.
7 Netflix Originals that will blow everyone away in 2019
The most anticipated movie of Netflix to releasing in 2019. So asked why not, the gangster film directed by Martin Scorsese, who earlier made classics like Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, Wolf of Wallstreet and many more. The Irishman will be the 9th collaboration of De Niro and Scorsese which also includes the short film “The Audition”. Also, for the first time, Pacino has been directed by Martin Scorsese.
The Irishman is based on the book I Heard You Paint Houses by Charles Brandt, stars Robert De Niro as Frank Sheeran, a labor union leader who was accused to be having a link and with Bufalino crime family work as a hitman, Al Pacino as Jimmy Hoffa, who served the president of IBT (International Brotherhood of Teamsters), and also Joe Pesci as the boss of the crime family.
The Irishman Cast:
Robert De Niro
Raising Dion is the forthcoming Netflix original science fiction family series based on a comic book by Dennis Liu. The series follows a story of a woman named Nicole Reese (Alisha Wainwright), who raises her 7 years old son Dion Reese. After the death of her husband, Mark Reese(Michael B Jordan). The expected everyday dramas of raising a son as a single mom are enlarged upon when Dion starts to demonstrate several superhero-like abilities. The mother must now keep her son’s powers unseen by others with the help of her husband’s best friend Pat(Jason Ritter), and protect Dion from antagonists out to make use of him while figuring out.
The series will be 10 episodes long having each episode of runtime 45 minutes. The American actress Carol Barbee has written the episodes which will act as showrunner. Netflix had given the production a straight-to-series order for a first season consisting of ten episodes to Dennis Liu who is also one of the executive producers. Liu directed the short film of the superhero comics which was adapted by Carol Barbee.
Raising Dion Cast:
Michael B. Jordan
One more graphic novel adaptation, but this time will be shaped into a film. Polar is an upcoming Netflix Original film adaptation of the action noir comics series of Dark Horse comics Polar: Came from Cold. Polar is set to premiere on Netflix in the summer of 2019. Victor Santos wrote the original comic. The film was a combined production of the United States and Germany and made in English.
Danish Actor Mads Mikkelsen who is known as Casino Royale’s main antagonist will be seen in the role of lead character Duncan Vizla. The production of the movie began in Toronto in February 2018.
Sex-Ed follows, created by Laurie Nunn is a comedy-drama series with a story A teenage virgin who lives with his sex therapist Jean mother played by Gillian Anderson, who is accessible for her work in The X-Files and American Gods, teams up with a smart and edgy high school classmate to start their health clinic. The series is filming in New Port, South Wales produced by Eleven Film and will consist of 8 episodes.
We had lesser information about this series, but sure will be going to one of best Original comedy by Netflix.
Sex Education Cast:
Remember last year Netflix came with the urban action drama “Bright” starring Will Smith. That movie was the most expensive movie of that time which was which received lukewarm response critics and cinephiles. Now the Deadpool team is teaming up for the new high octane action movie “Six Underground” directed by Michael Bay. Bright was about 90 Million USD where Six Underground made on a budget of 150 Million USD.
It was reported that Michael Bay would direct the action thriller film for Netflix titled Six Underground, based on the script by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, which would be produced by David Ellison’s banner Skydance Media. An extended schedule is going on its primary production on Los Angele’s, California and other countries like Italy and Rome.
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Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Dave Franco, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Adria Arjona, Corey Hawkins
#6.The Last Dance
The docu-series made by teaming up with ESPN, consist of 10 parts and planned to release in mid of 2019. The Last Dance is good news for 90s kid who is fans of Basketball superstar Michael Jordan. The series will consist of interviews with Jordan’s former teammates and his coach.
Michael Jordan is an athletic legend and a pop-culture icon, hope the series will be a favourite of aspiring players. This documentary series will consist of some unseen footage of Michael Jordan.
Cast: Michael Jordan
#7.The Bard of Blood
After the success of Phantom Production’s Sacred Games and Ghoul more Indian filmmakers joining the streaming site. This series will be going to produce by Bollywood Superstar Shahrukh Khan’s banner Red Chillies. The series will cast Emraan Hashmi in the lead character of Kabir Anand. A gripping thriller, researched with the assistance of the United States and Indian intelligence agents, war correspondents and crime writer S. Hussain Zaidi.
The series is based on Billal Siddiqui’s “The Bard of Blood”. It will be interesting to see if this series will be bold like the other Indian series.
Cast: Emraan Hashmi
That’s a glimpse of Netflix 2019, We know sure there will be lots more Originals which are going to be a masterpiece. Please let us know in the comment section below, for which Netflix Original you’re looking forward.