Nothing beats Netflix and a pint after a long day at work. This year, there are even more reasons to hurry home. Check out this list of 2020 Netflix shows you shouldn’t miss:
A man creates a big fanbase of people who believe that he’s a divine being. However, he becomes an international security threat.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
The adaptation of ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ is back for a third season. The title character continues to reconcile her half-mortal and half-witch self while dealing with threatening evil forces and her new role.
Season 4 is back from a short holiday hiatus. Archie, Jughead, Betty and Veronica continue with challenges in life and school while dealing with sinister events.
Anne With An E
The adaptation of Anne of Green Gables, a classic novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery, is now on its third and final season.
Season 2 of the critically acclaimed comedy-drama series continues the story of a teen boy, Otis, who starts a sex clinic in school. The story also follows the lives of his classmates Eric, Ola, Maeve and Adam.
January Jones and Kaya Scodelario combine forces in this new ice skating drama on Netflix.
AJ and the Queen
This new series stars RuPaul playing a drag queen teaming up with an 11-year old girl to retrieve the savings stolen from her.
From the makers of Last Chance U, this documentary series follows the cheerleaders of Navarro College, as they get ready for the National Championships.
From The Netherlands comes this psychological horror series about two friends seduced by power and wealth. However, they find themselves involved in something demonic.
Grace and Frankie
One of the longest-running comedy series is back on Netflix this 2020, now on its 6th season. The story continues to follow two women played by Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, forced to live together after their respective husbands fall in love with each other.
A Fall From Grace
Written and directed by Tyler Perry, this thriller features a woman who gets in trouble because of a dangerous new romantic partner.
Season 4 (part 8) features the final part of a Colorado ranch sitcom, which stars Ashton Kutcher, Elisha Cuthbert, Debra Winger and Sam Elliot.
Next In Fashion
Tan France of Queer Eye is teaming up with Alexa Chung. Together, they are hosting a competition to discover fashion’s next big name.
You have to see this psychological thriller with eight episodes, based on the novel by Harlan Coben. Starring Richard Armitage (The Hobbit).
This is an unexpectedly good crime thriller that stars Adam Sandler as a gambling addict and jeweller. Directed by The Safdie Brothers.
Miss Americana: Taylor Swift
Follow the US pop sensation in this documentary that reveals some of her life’s intimate details, while giving us onstage concert and backstage footage.
Part two of this adult animated series’ sixth season is on its way to a moving finale.
Locke and Key
Joe Hill’s critically acclaimed graphic novels come to life in this new series that takes place in a mysterious house. There, magical abilities are granted to those who unlock doors. A bit of trivia: The author is Stephen King’s son.
Season 2 of the drug-fuelled drama will showcase the life of Felix Gallardo.
Better Call Saul
The 5th and final season of Breaking Bad’s spin-off will end the story of Saul Goodman.
Jason Bateman is back with season 3 of this crime drama web TV series about Marty Byrde, a former financial planner—now a drugs lord—who relocates his family in the Ozarks.
Money Heist (La Casa de Papel)
The Spanish heist crime drama is back for its 4th season.
Season 2 of Ricky Gervais’s heart-warming and dark comedy is expected to return this year.
Can you believe it’s on the 7th season? The squad is back to catch the bad guys and solve crime while getting into all kinds of antics in between.
This American drama web TV series is a new take on King Arthur’s legend. This time, a teenager (Nimue) and a mercenary (Arthur) are together on a quest. Their goal is to seek Merlin and give him an ancient sword.
Don’t miss part 3 of the animated medieval adventure story by Matt Groening (The Simpsons).
The 2nd season of the sci-fi series about a future world with immortal humans because of the technology that lets their consciousness transfer from one ‘sleeve’ (body) to another. Joel Kinnaman from season 1 is to be replaced by Anthony Mackie.
The End Of The F***ing World
The second season of the dark comedy-drama will be airing on Netflix this year too, in case you missed it on TV.
Season three of the comedy-drama continues to tell the story of three suburban moms who turned into criminals by robbing a supermarket.
The Haunting Of Bly Manor
From Hill House’s creators comes a brand new story with a new haunting and a new family.
There you go—thirty Netflix shows to add to your list this 2020. Don’t forget to bookmark Filmoria to get first dibs on Netflix UK news!