Binge-Worthy 2021 Netflix Shows and Movies

So far this year, Netflix has been checking off all our boxes with an exciting list of new movies and shows. The year began with the release of Bridgerton, the fourth season of Cobra Kai, the long-awaited movie Malcom and Maire, and the third installment of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. According to Thrillist, there is an extensive list of new binge-worthy shows and movies headed our way this year.

Last March, the release of Outer Banks took the teenage world by storm, creating a brand new John B inspired fashion look and an obsession with treasure hunting. The ending of the first season left on a cliffhanger, leaving viewers counting down the days to the release of the next season. The cast and crew members have been filming for the past few months, and it is expected that the new season will come out before the end of 2021. The exact day is still TBD, but audiences are beyond excited. Stranger Things, the beloved show set in the 80’s that caught the attention of most teenagers is also expected to release the fourth season this year, although not a ton of information has been given and because of COVID; there is a chance the installment won’t come out until 2022. Fans of Last Chance U are going to be pleased with the information that Last Chance U: Basketball is expected to release this year.

The poster for Bridgerton, released in 2020

and one of the most popular shows on Netlfix. (Courtesy of Netflix)

Here are some other movies and shows set to release:

  • Sky Rojo, March 19th. This drama series follows women on the run from their pimp and his henchmen. From the creators of Money Heist.

  • Show and Bone, April 23rd. This series following the popular Grisha series by Leigh Bardugo tells the story of a teenage orphan who discovers she has powers that could help her save her country.

  • Atypical, season 4, date TBD. This is a wholesome comedy following the story of a college student on the autism spectrum.

  • Dear White People, season 4, date TBD. This series covers the stories of black students at a mostly all white university and the fight against racism at the university.

  • Don’t Look Up, new movie, date TBD. This new movie with the leads Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio portrays the story of astronomers faced with the tasks of telling humanity that a comet is approaching Earth. The cast also features Timothée Chalamet, Jonah Hill, Meryl Streep and even Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi.

  • The Irregulars, March 26th: This series portrays a group of teens solving crimes for Watson and Holmes, so fans of Elona Holmes will be pleased.

A picture from the trailer of Don't Look Up, set to release sometime

this year. (Courtesy of Netflix)

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