A core component of the Netflix product range in 2019 are the so-called “Netflix Originals” – exclusive films and series that can only be seen there. The streaming provider is very active especially in the area of series. TECHBOOK shows selected highlights that will soon be launched at Netflix.
Interesting Netflix Originals starting in February 2019:
“Matryoshka” – Season 1
The high-caliber series picks up on the idea of the classic film “And every day greets the marmot”. Main character Matryoshka experiences the same day again and again – and dies again and again. The trailer is definitely promising.
As of February 1st, the first season of “matryoshkaAvailable on Netflix.
“Dirty John” – Season 1“Dirty John” is based on a true story and tells the story of an online romance that takes a dramatic turn. Everything seems harmonious at first, but that changes quickly.
As of February 14th, watch the second installment of the fourth season of “Dirty John” on Netflix.
“The Umbrella Academy” – Season 1: In this comic book adaptation, a chaotic family of superheroes tries to save the world from destruction. The six heroes were adopted as babies and trained in the Umbrella Academy. Reminds us a lot of X-Men.
As of February 15th you will see “The Umbrella Academy” on Netflix.
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These were the Netflix highlights in January
These highlights will start in 2019
“Dark” – Season 2:Shortly after broadcasting the first produced in Germany Netflix series Netflix announced a second season of“Dark”on. The kinky mystery thriller about the disappearance of several children in a small town quickly found many fans abroad. Concrete information about the story, however, there is hardly any – only that the second season probably plays in 1921 and the ex-crime scene star and former jungle camp inmate Winfried Glatzeder plays along.
“Stranger Things” – Season 3:The hugely popular series will kick off on July 4, 2019, Independence Day, in season three. The plot about the youthful main characters, however, is not yet known.
Also interesting: Netflix wants to have spectators codetermine actions