Netflix's schedule of original series and films continues to grow by the minute, so we've put together a guide to what's ahead so that you can plan your queue accordingly.
From new series to returning favorites to ambitious films, here's a look at everything the streaming service has to offer throughout the year so far.
A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 3: The third and final season of Netflix's gloomy adaptation of the Lemony Snicket books drops on New Year's Day. Here's hoping the Baudelaire siblings finally catch a break before it's all said and done. (Jan. 1)
COMEDIANS of the World: Instead of just one stand-up comedian taking the stage, this series will feature funny people from across the globe to offer a broader perspective of what makes people laugh in different regions of the world. (Jan. 1)
Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Season 1: This famed lifestyle author brings her KonMari organization skills to the homes of others as she helps everyone declutter their space. This one's sure to serve as some clutch inspo for spring cleaning, that's for sure. (Jan. 1)
Pinky Malinky Season 1: Your kids' next character obsession? This optimistic hot dog who likes to hang out with his besties. It's like Sausage Party but without all the raunch. (Jan. 1)
And Breathe Normally: Get ready to feel all the feels with this film's tale of an Icelandic single mother and an asylum seeker who team up as they face deportation. (Jan. 4)
Call My Agent! Season 3: The Parisian talent agents are back at it for another hilarious round as they try to keep their clients happy. (Jan. 4)
El Potro: Unstoppable: This biopic of Rodrigo Bueno showcases the highs and lows of fame in the Tropical music scene. (Jan. 4)
Lionheart: Not to be confused with the Crusade-era drama or the Jean Claude Van Damme actioner of the same name, this film features a Nigerian woman stepping up to help run the family bus business in the wake of her father's unexpected illness. (Jan. 4)
GODZILLA The Planet Eater: This Japanese film is the trilogy closer for Toho's animated kaiju films. (Jan. 9)
When Heroes Fly Season 1: This Hebrew-language drama has already received acclaim during its original run in Israel but gets a wider audience berth with its Netflix debut. (Jan. 10)
Friends from College Season 2: The group of 40-something friends who've been kicking it since college will get back together for another round of (mostly) grown-up fun. (Jan. 11)
The Last Laugh: A long-retired comedian decides to get back into the game for one more tour with his old manager in this film, starring Richard Dreyfuss and Chevy Chase in the respective roles. (Jan. 11)
ReMastered: Massacre at the Stadium: This documentary series installment will investigate the death of Victor Jara, a Chilean singer whose death was blamed on a member of Pinochet's army. The accused was exiled but aims to prove his innocence. (Jan. 11)
Sex Education Season 1: The apple doesn't fall far from the tree as the son of a sex therapist decides to set up his own little clinic for all his high school pals in his basement. (Jan. 11)
Solo: This story centers on a seriously injured surfer who fights to survive after falling from a cliff in the Canary Islands. (Jan. 11)
Revenger: This Bruce Khan-led actioner features a man on a deadly mission to get revenge for his family on a remote island for dangerous criminals. (Jan. 15)
Marvel's The Punisher Season 2: The second season of this gritty MCU series is expected to drop sometime in January. It's one of the last Marvel-Netflix collaborations that'll hit the streaming service before Disney+ launches. (Jan. 18)
Carmen Sandiego Season 1: We don't have to wonder where in the world the titular character is anymore because the globe-trotting thief will return to our lives again in this animated original series starring Gina Rodriguez as Carmen. (Jan. 18.)
Close: This action thriller features Noomi Rapace as real-life female bodyguard Jacquie Davis as her protection detail of an heiress turns into an unlikely partnership to hunt down a vicious kidnapper. (Jan. 18)
FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened: The spectacular disaster that was the 2017 Fyre Festival gets the documentary treatment with this original film that aims to detail how a supposed luxury musical getaway turned into such a hilariously embarrassing fiasco. (Jan. 18)
GIRL: This Belgian film about a 15-year-old who pursues her dream of becoming a ballerina while transitioning will debut on Netflix in the same format as it did during its festival run, despite some controversy about its inclusion of underage nudity. (Jan. 18)
Grace and Frankie Season 5: The unconquerable Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda return to their celebrated roles as the jilted ex-wives of two men who've decided to make their affair official — only this time, the ladies will be working on a way to get their old lives back. (Jan. 18)
Soni: This original Indian film presents a police superintendent trying to curb violence against women in Delhi. (Jan. 18)
Trigger Warning with Killer Mike Season 1: The rapper will challenge social expectations and all-things-taboo in this documentary series that's sure to get people talking, whether they agree with him or not. (Jan. 18)
World's Most Extraordinary Homes Season 2 Part B: Prepare for some more palace envy as this series continues to showcase some of the coolest pads across the planet. (Jan. 18)
Trolls: The Beat Goes On! Season 5: The beat goes on indeed as the Trolls get into some more fun around the Foundation of Glitter in the new season of this kid-friendly favorite. (Jan. 18)
Justice: A woman sets up a shingle as a defense attorney instead of joining the family firm in Abu Dhabi. (Jan. 21)
Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes: This four-part docuseries revisits the twisted mind of the serial killer using audio evidence and exclusive interviews to detail both the killings and the media frenzy surrounding his crimes. (Jan. 24)
Animas: This fright flick features a woman descending into her own sort of hell, as reality blurs with a living nightmare. Spooky stuff. (Jan. 25)
Black Earth Rising: A Rwandan woman orphaned by genocide returns to her roots after being raised in London in this BBC thriller. (Jan. 25)
Club of Crows Season 4: Inheriting a soccer team isn't as glamorous as it sounds for this series' brother-sister duo. (Jan. 25)
Kingdom Season 1: As the dead rise and threaten an already-famined populace, a beleaguered crown prince must fight these plague-monsters to save his people and his reputation. (Jan. 25)
Medici: The Magnificent: This follow-up to Medici: Masters of Florence jumps ahead two decades to follow Lorenzo de' Medici taking over the family bank ahead of the infamous Pazzi conspiracy. (Jan. 25)
Polar: A former assassin will have to get back into the business once he finds out the latest hit is on him in this violent thriller. (Jan. 25)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season4 Part 2: The oh-so-cheery Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) gets one last dance in this final stretch of the hilarious comedy as she navigates whether to keep propping up her new friends or focus on her own needs. (Jan. 25)
Russian Doll Season 1: Natasha Lyonne stars as a woman who's stuck in a time loop where she attends a party and dies every night in this dark comedy series co-created by Lyonne, Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland. (Feb. 1)
Velvet Buzzsaw: This thriller features Jake Gyllenhaal, Toni Collette, Renee Russo and more in an ensemble set among the contemporary art world. It'll premiere at Sundance Film Festival before hitting the streaming service. (Feb. 1)
Always a Witch Season 1: This series centers on a witch who travels through time to avoid being burnt at the stake and finds her adjusting to modern life. (Feb. 1)
One Day at a Time Season 3: The Alvarez family returns to warm our hearts and make us bawl our eyes out in this charming sitcom. (Feb. 8)
High Flying Bird: This basketball drama features a talent agent changing up all the rules amid and NBA lockout. (Feb. 8)
Dating Around Season 1: This documentary-style dating show features one person going out on five different dates each episode to see whether they can form a connection or if it'll just be a whole bunch of awkward encounters. (Feb. 14)
Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho: The physician-turned-comedian will appear in his first stand-up special and talk about his life and how The Hangover saved it. (Feb. 14)
The Breaker Upperers: This New Zealand comedy film features two women setting up a breakup agency and receives international release on the streaming service. (Feb. 15)
Larry Charles' Dangerous World of Comedy: This documentary series explores the work of comedians across the globe, particularly in troubled countries, as they try to bring laughter to people in the most need of it. (Feb. 15)
The Umbrella Academy Season 1: Based on Gerard Way's comic series, this series centers on a group of superheroes who were mysteriously born to women who'd not been expecting the day before and then were adopted by a billionaire industrialist with the hopes that they might one day save the world. (Feb. 15)
Paddleton: Two misfit neighbors come together after one of them is diagnosed with cancer in this Sundance debut film from writer-director Alex Lehmann. (Feb. 22)
Paris Is Us: This French film centers on a young woman who survives a plane crash and finds herself in the middle of chaos as she thinks about her past. (Feb. 22)
The Boy Who Harnessed the World: Based on the true story of William Kamkwamba, this film features the story of a boy who creates a windmill to save his Malawi village. It marks the directorial debut for Chiwetel Ejiofor. (March 1)
After Life Season 1: Ricky Gervais stars as a widower who decides to stop minding his Ps and Qs and act however he wants. (Mar. 8)
Walk. Ride. Rodeo.: This film is based on the true story of Amberley Snyder (Spencer Locke) who, after her dreams of being a rodeo star are dashed by an accident that leaves her paralyzed from the waist down, goes into barrel racing. (March 8)
Triple Frontier: Former special operations soldiers stage a heist to steal $75 million from a South American Drug lord in this film, starring Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal and Garrett Hedlund. (March 13)
Arrested Development Season 5, Part 2: The Bluths are back, and this time there's a murder trial ahead for Buster to contend with as the family continues to fall apart over its plan to build a wall. (March 15)
The Dirt: This biopic of Mötley Crüe's rise to rock-and-roll fame will feature four new original songs from the band. (March 22)
The OASeason 2: This wild sci-fi drama series returns to finally answer all of the questions left unanswered by the first season, which saw Prairie/Nina/OA's group finally use their inter-dimensional dance moves. (March 22)
Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid: The eponymous comedian will talk about everything from cheap weddings to chocolate milk in this stand-up special. (March 26)
Santa Clarita Diet Season 3: The Hammonds (Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant) will face a new threat in the new season now that their sheriff knows who's responsible for all the body bags in town. (March 29)
Osmosis Season 1: This Paris-set series centers on a dating app that can find a user's absolute perfect match — so long as they're okay with tech taking control over their whole existence. (March 29)
The Legend of Cocaine Island: This Theo Love documentary, formerly known as White Tide: The Legend of Culebra, centers on a businessman whose desperation drives him to try and uncover a rumored fortune hidden in the Caribbean. (March 29)
Ultraman Season 1: This new anime will revive the iconic Japanese series by picking up with Shinjiro, who learns that he has a connection to the old hero and must suit up to fight aliens himself. (April 1)
Unicorn Store: As the title suggests, this film presents a woman who gets an invitation to fulfill a childhood dream. (April 5)
Someone Great: Gina Rodriguez stars in this dramedy about an aspiring music journalist who moves to San Francisco for her dream job, gives up her boyfriend (Lakeith Stanfield) and invites her best pals (DeWanda Wise and Brittany Snow) out for one last hurrah in the Big Apple. (April 19)
Rilakkuma and Kaoru Season 1: Based on the Japanese character, this animated series will center on a girl whose best friend and roommate is a lazy teddy bear. Yes, really. (April 19)
The Perfection: Richard Shepard directs this thriller about a cello-playing prodigy (Allison Williams) who seeks out a student at her former school (Logan Browning) in her pursuit of perfection, and things get twisty. (May 24)
When They See Us Season 1: Ava DuVernay created, co-wrote, and directed this four-part series about the Central Park Five, a group of teens who were blamed for a 1989 rape they didn't commit in New York and weren't exonerated until 2002. (May 31)
Stranger Things Season 3: Netflix's nostalgic sci-fi series will take us all to the mall (and the upside-down, too, probably) for its third outing, which is expected to drop on Independence Day. (July 4)
13 Reasons Why Season 3: This series has become quite the conversation-starter in its first two seasons about issues ranging from self-harm to bullying and more, and it looks like the third season will be taking on even more tough issues when it returns to Netflix in 2019.
Ares: This psychological horror series centers on a secret student society in Amsterdam filled with wealth, power and ... demons.
Bard of Blood Season 1: Based on Bilal Siddiqui's popular Indian spy novel, this series will center on a retired spy who must return to the business to face his old enemies.
Black Mirror Season 5: If Bandersnatch wasn't enough to quench your thirst for dystopian sci-fi, a full fifth season of the anthology will be hitting the streaming service in 2019. The new season will include more optimistic episodes, although no more interactive ones.
Brotherhood Season 1: This Brazilian thriller series will be set in the '90s and will center on a woman who discovers that her missing brother has been imprisoned and leading a crime ring, and she's forced to become an informant against him.
Chambers Season 1: Starring Uma Thurman as the mother of an organ donor, this supernatural series follows a heart transplant recipient who becomes obsessed with the details of her donor's life (and death).
Daybreak Season 1: This dramedy series centers on a teen named Josh Wheeler (Colin Ford) who's navigating the post-apocalyptic world of zombies and rowdy road rebels as he searches for his lost love.
Dolly Parton's Heartstrings: An anthology series centering on the backstories of Dolly Parton's most famous songs.
Eli: Netflix scooped up this Paramount horror film about a house-bound boy (Charlie Shotwell) with an autoimmune disorder whose parents put his treatment in the hands of an unusual doctor.
Family Business Season 1: This series will center on a man who decides to turn his father's butcher shop into a pot-producing facility after learning that marijuana will be legalized soon.
Goop: Gwyneth Paltrow will be bringing her lifestyle brand to the screen sometime this fall, as she and her digital team talk to experts about wellness issues.
Green Eggs and Ham Season 1: Dr. Seuss' iconic children's book comes to life in this animated story about Guy and Sam as they venture out on a cross-country journey with, of course, some curiously-hued foodstuffs.
Go! Go! Cory Carson: This animated preschool series will give fictional life to the hit toy line Go! Go! Smart Wheels from VTech Electronics by following kid car Cory Carson on his adventures through Bumperton Hills.
Hache Season 1: This Spanish thriller series centers on a woman named Helena (Adriana Ugarte) who is thrust into the heroin-trafficking business of 1960s Barcelona.
Klaus: Netflix nabbed the distribution rights to this animated family film from Sergio Pablos, featuring a new origin story for the legend of Santa Claus.
Love, Death & Robots: Executive-produced by David Fincher, this animated short story anthology series will span the genres from science fiction to horror and even comedy.
Nowhere Man Season 1: This Mandarin-language thriller features a man trying to escape prison to save his family after learning that his son has been kidnapped. All the while, he experiences the onset of alternate realities through a dream state.
October Faction: Based on the Steve Niles comic, this series centers on a family that includes retired monster-hunter, a witch and a warlock.
Twelve Forever Season 1: This new animated kids series centers on a pre-teen girl named Reggie who never wants to grow up and creates her own little fantasy world to stay young as long as she can. It first debuted as a mini-episode on Cartoon Network.
What/If Season 1: This anthology series will start out by featuring Renee Zellweger and feature a newlywed couple who accepts a boatload of money from a mystery woman, but sacrifice their integrity and morals in the process.