Netflix is a great platform where you can watch all your favorite shows and movies. Fans have always been excited about the new releases, and 2022 will not be any different. 2022 will be a lot more exciting if you look at the list of shows that are coming up on the streaming platform. The release dates have probably not been finalized, but they are all going to be a treat for the fans.
The cast and the crew behind these shows are now out in the open. Some fabulous remakes and new originals are available just for you. So you should know what is on the cards this year. Without further ado, dive into the list of the new shows that you can catch on Netflix in 2022.
Shonda Rhimes is famous for her brilliant writing skills. After all, she is the one who created the classic Grey's Anatomy. She has conned many high-class socialites in Manhattan and taken out thousands of dollars from them in the past four years. This time, she comes up with Inventing Anna.
It is another exciting series that revolves around the life of Anna Delvey, a so-called social media celebrity and Instagram influencer. Inventing Anna mini-series will comprise nine episodes and is one of the most anticipated Netflix shows this year. And it is more so because of Rhimes' talent to cooks up an excellent plot. The premiere date is February 11, 2022.
Have you watched So I Married an Axe Murderer, the film released in 1993? If you have, you should know where the title of this show comes from. The Pentaverate was mentioned in this movie for the first time. It had Mike Myers in a pivotal role. Coincidentally, The Pentaverate has the actor playing the lead role. It looks like the makers were quite sure about taking him on board. Mike’s sense of humor is popular. Therefore, he might have been an automatic choice.
Along with Mike, you get to see Ken Jeong, of Community fame, as well as Keegan-Michael Key, whom you might have caught in Key & Peele. You can expect Mike to give his best to the multiple roles in The Pentaverate. It’s going to have a 2022 release on Netflix.
No one needs to introduce you to what Resident Evil is all about. It’s a game created way back in 1996 for the PlayStation. It deals with a pharmaceutical company developing a certain kind of virus that metamorphizes people into terrifying, nightmarish creatures.
You certainly know Mila Jovovich from all those novels, comic books, video games, animations, and a host of movies she has been a part of. However, Netflix thought, why not come up with an installment? That particular adaptation has Lance Reddick playing the character of Albert Wesker. Wesker is the tough and witty guy from the video games. Fans will certainly fall in love with this reboot.
The Midnight Club
Seven patients suffering from terminal illnesses have been kept under medical care at the Rotterdam House. These seven people agree that whenever one succumbs to their illness, they will communicate with the rest of the group from the afterlife. Mike Flanagan, who directed Midnight Mass, will be at the helm of this adaptation from The Midnight Club, which Christopher Pike wrote.
Flanagan has also tasted success previously with The Haunting of Bly Manor. Therefore, you can rest assured that he will leave no stone unturned to turn this into a masterpiece. Unfortunately, there is no news yet on the release dates. However, The Midnight Club has a 2022 release.
Wednesday is an adaptation of The Addams Family by Tim Burton. The series tells the tale of Wednesday Addams and her experiences as a Nevermore Academy student. In this eight-episode series, Wednesday tries to learn about her psychic abilities.
It explores a mystery that has been the root cause of the trouble for her family for over two and a half decades. In this series, you can expect to catch Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jenna Ortega, and Riki Land home. Also, Burton is there to offer you a treat.
Other shows that are arriving soon on Netflix are Magic: The Gathering, The Witcher: Blood Origin, The Sandman, and so on. If you are eager to binge on some of the finest Netflix originals but aren't a subscriber just yet, you should know that the plans start from $9.99 only.