All 50 Movies and Shows Netflix Is Releasing in 2023

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Chris Hemsworth out in the show holding onto the side of machinery

Chris Hemsworth is back as Tyler Rake in Extraction 2.


After dropping an outline of its film and TV slate for 2023 in mid-January, Netflix is slowly adding new titles to the mix.

One of those is One Piece, a live-action TV series adaptation of the ongoing manga. Cowboy Bebop, Netflix’s 2021 live-action adaptation of the anime of the same name, was canceled after one season. Maybe set your expectations low for the new series. Note that not every upcoming Netflix title has an exact release date yet, and more new movies and shows might be announced down the track.

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Descriptions below come from Netflix’s press release.


  • Dog Gone — Jan. 13: Family movie. “After a young man and his beloved dog are separated on the Appalachian Trail, he and his father must begin a desperate search to find him before it’s too late. Based on an incredible true story of humanity and everyday heroism.”
  • Jung_E — Jan. 20: “In 2194, a civil war among those who survived the Earth’s catastrophe breaks out. A war heroine Major Jung-e goes into a coma after a serious injury, and her family is forced to donate her brain data to ‘Next Generation Lab’.”
  • You People — Jan. 27: “When a ride-share mix-up in LA brings Ezra Cohen (Jonah Hill) and Amira Mohammed (Lauren London) together, the two find themselves connecting over a shared love of street wear and music.”
  • Pamela, A Love Story — Jan. 31: “An intimate and humanizing portrait of one of the world’s most famous blonde bombshells, Pamela, a love story, follows the trajectory of Pamela Anderson’s life and career from small-town girl to international sex symbol, actress, activist and doting mother.”


  • True Spirit — Feb. 3: “When the tenacious young sailor Jessica Watson (Teagan Croft) sets out to be the youngest person to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world, many expect her to fail.”
  • Bill Russell: Legend — Feb. 8: “Documentary about the life and legacy of NBA legend and civil rights icon Bill Russell.”
  • Your Place or Mine — Feb. 10: “Debbie and Peter are best friends and total opposites. She craves routine with her son in LA; he thrives on change in NY. When they swap houses and lives for a week they discover what they think they want might not be what they really need.”
  • We Have a Ghost — Feb. 24: “Finding a ghost named Ernest haunting their new home turns Kevin’s family into overnight social media sensations. But when Kevin and Ernest go rogue to investigate the mystery of Ernest’s past, they become a target of the CIA.”
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  • Luther: The Fallen Sun — March 10: “In Luther: The Fallen Sun — an epic continuation of the award-winning television saga reimagined for film — a gruesome serial killer is terrorizing London while brilliant but disgraced detective John Luther (Idris Elba) sits behind bars.”
  • The Magician’s Elephant — March 17: “When Peter (voiced by Noah Jupe), who is searching for his long-lost sister named Adele (voiced by Pixie Davies), crosses paths with a fortune teller in the market square, there is only one question on his mind: is his sister still alive? … The Magician’s Elephant is based on Two-time Newbery Award winning author Kate DiCamillo’s classic novel.”
  • Murder Mystery 2 — March 31: “Now full-time detectives struggling to get their private eye agency off the ground, Nick and Audrey Spitz find themselves at the center of an international abduction when their friend the Maharaja is kidnapped at his own lavish wedding.”
Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler looking at a phone on a lock bridge in France

Murder Mystery 2 brings Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler back for a sequel.



  • A Tourists’ Guide To Love — April 27: “After an unexpected break up, a travel executive accepts an assignment to go undercover and learn about the tourist industry in Vietnam. Along the way she finds adventure and romance with her Vietnamese expat tour guide when they decide to reroute the tour bus in order to explore life and love off the beaten path.”


  • The Mother — May 12: “A deadly female assassin comes out of hiding to protect the daughter that she gave up years before, while on the run from dangerous men.”


  • Extraction 2 — June 16: “Chris Hemsworth returns as Tyler Rake in Extraction 2, the sequel to Netflix’s blockbuster action film Extraction.”


  • They Cloned Tyrone — July 21: “A series of eerie events thrusts an unlikely trio (John Boyega, Jamie Foxx and Teyonah Parris) onto the trail of a nefarious government conspiracy in this pulpy mystery caper.”


  • Heart Of Stone — Aug. 11: “Rachel Stone (Gal Gadot) is an intelligence operative, the only woman who stands between her powerful, global, peace-keeping organization and the loss of its most valuable — and dangerous — asset.”
  • Lift — Aug. 25: Action/heist. “An international heist crew is recruited to prevent a terrorist attack and must pull off the heist on a plane mid-flight.”


  • Damsel — Oct. 13: Fantasy. “A dutiful damsel agrees to marry a handsome prince, only to find the royal family has recruited her as a sacrifice to repay an ancient debt. Thrown into a cave with a fire-breathing dragon, she must rely on her wits and will to survive.”
  • Pain Hustlers — Oct. 27: “Upon losing her job, a blue-collar woman struggling to raise her daughter takes a job at a failing pharmaceutical startup, only to get involved in a dangerous racketeering scheme.”


  • The Killer — Nov. 10: Based on the graphic novel series The Killer by Alexis Nolent (a.k.a Matz) and illustrated by Luc Jacamon. “After a fateful near-miss an assassin battles his employers, and himself, on an international manhunt he insists isn’t personal.”
  • A Family Affair — Nov. 17: Romcom. “A surprising romance kicks off comic consequences for a young woman, her mother and her movie star boss as they face the complications of love, sex, and identity.”
  • Leo — Nov. 22: “Actor and comedian Adam Sandler (Hotel Transylvania, The Wedding Singer) delivers signature laughs in this coming-of-age animated musical comedy about the last year of elementary school — as seen through the eyes of a class pet.”


  • Leave The World Behind — Dec. 8: Based on the novel Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam. “A family vacation on Long Island is interrupted by two strangers bearing news of a mysterious blackout. As the threat grows more imminent, both families must decide how best to survive the potential crisis, all while grappling with their own place in this collapsing world.”
  • Rebel Moon — Dec. 22: “When a peaceful colony on the edge of the galaxy finds itself threatened by the armies of the tyrannical Regent Balisarius, they dispatch a young woman with a mysterious past named Kora to seek out warriors from neighboring planets to help them take a stand.”


  • Chupa: Action/adventure. “While visiting his family in Mexico, teenage Alex gains an unlikely companion when he discovers a young chupacabra hiding in his grandpa’s shed. In order to save the mythical creature, Alex and his cousins must embark on the adventure of a lifetime.”
  • Kill Boksoon: “Boksoon leads a double life — she is both a mother of a teenage daughter and the legendary professional killer at the top-tier killing agency MK. Caught in between the mission of killing someone and the mission of raising someone, Boksoon refuses to complete an assigned mission and is thrown into an inevitable fight.”


  • Happiness For Beginners: “Based on the wildly popular novel by Katherine Center.”
  • The Perfect Find: “Will a 40-year-old woman with everything on the line — her high-stakes career, ticking biological clock, bank account — risk it all for an intensely lusty secret romance with the one person who could destroy her comeback, for good?”


  • Love At First Sight: “Love At First Sight is a charming romantic comedy from the producers of the To All The Boys franchise based on the wildly popular novel, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, by Jennifer E Smith. Starring Ben Hardy, Haley Lu Richardson, Jameela Jamil, Rob Delaney, Dexter Fletcher and Sally Phillips.”
  • Nyad: “The remarkable true story of marathon swimmer Diana Nyad, who, at the age of 64, became the first person to complete the “Everest of swims,” a 53-hour, 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida through dangerous open ocean without a shark cage.”
  • Spaceman: “As an astronaut sent to the edge of the galaxy to collect mysterious ancient dust finds his earthly life falling to pieces, he turns to the only voice who can help him try to put it back together. It just so happens to belong to a creature from the beginning of time lurking in the shadows of his ship.”
Colman Domingo as Bayard Rustin standing on a podium in front of a huge crowd

Colman Domingo plays Bayard Rustin in Rustin.

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  • The Archies: “The Archies, a feature film adaptation of the comics will be produced by Tiger Baby and Graphic India and will premiere exclusively on Netflix. A live action musical set in 1960’s India, the film will be directed by Zoya Akhtar.”
  • Best. Christmas. Ever.: Christmas movie starring Heather Graham, Brandy, Jason Biggs and Matt Cedeño.
  • Carga Máxima (Overhaul): “In the first Brazilian action movie on Netflix, Roger is a truck racing driver who starts driving for a cargo robbery gang in order to keep his team. Once inside the crime, he will have to fight hard to get out.”
  • Chakda ‘Xpress: “The film is inspired by the incredible story of one of the fastest female pacers in the history of world cricket, Jhulan Goswami as she moves up the ladder, despite the countless hindrances, to fulfill her only dream: to play cricket.”
  • Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget: Sequel to stop-motion animated comedy Chicken Run.
  • Choose Love: Netflix’s first interactive rom-com, starring Laura Marano and Scott Michael Foster.
  • The Deepest Breath: Documentary. “A champion freediver trains to break a world record with the help of an expert safety diver, and the two form an emotional bond that feels like fate. This heart-stopping film follows the paths they took to meet at the pinnacle of the freediving world, documenting the thrilling rewards — and inescapable risks — of chasing a dream through the silent depths of the ocean.”
  • Maestro: “Maestro is a towering and fearless love story chronicling the lifelong relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. A love letter to life and art, Maestro at its core is an emotionally epic portrayal of family and love.”
  • Monkey Man: “An unlikely hero emerges from prison to take on a world enmeshed in corporate greed and eroding spiritual values, seeking revenge from those who took everything from him many years ago.”
  • The Monkey King: “The Monkey King is an action-packed family comedy that follows a monkey and his magical fighting Stick as they team up on an epic quest where they must go head to head against gods, demons, dragons and the greatest enemy of all, Monkey’s own ego!”
  • Nimona: “A knight is framed for a crime he didn’t commit and the only person who can help him prove his innocence is Nimona, a shape-shifting teen who might also be a monster he’s sworn to kill. Set in a techno-medieval world unlike anything animation has tackled before, this is a story about the labels we assign to people and the shapeshifter who refuses to be defined by anyone.”
  • The Out-Laws: “Owen Browning (Adam Devine) is a straight-laced bank manager about to marry the love of his life, Parker. When his bank is held up by the infamous Ghost Bandits during his wedding week, he believes his future in-laws who just arrived in town, are the infamous Out-Laws.”
  • One Piece: Live-action adaptation of the Japanese manga series.
  • Players: “New York sportswriter Mack (Gina Rodriguez) has spent years devising successful hook-up “plays” with best friend Adam (Damon Wayans Jr.) and their crew, but when she unexpectedly falls head-over-heels for one of her targets (Tom Ellis), they all must learn what it takes to go from simply scoring to playing for keeps.”
  • Reptile: “Following the brutal murder of a young real estate agent, a hardened detective attempts to uncover the truth in a case where nothing is as it seems, and by doing so dismantles the illusions in his own life.”
  • Rustin: “Bayard Rustin, the brilliant strategist behind 1963’s momentous March On Washington and close advisor to Martin Luther King Jr., dedicated his life to the tireless quest for racial equality, human rights and worldwide democracy … Directed by George C. Wolfe and starring Tony Award winner and Emmy Award nominee Colman Domingo, Rustin illuminates the life of this unsung hero, a man whose influential work as an activist changed the course of history.”
  • Shirley: “Shirley is the intimate portrayal of trailblazing political icon Shirley Chisholm, the first Black congresswoman and the first Black woman to run for president of the US, and the cost of accomplishment for Shirley herself. This film will tell the story of Chisholm’s boundary-breaking and historic presidential campaign, based on exclusive and extensive conversations with family, friends and those who knew her best.”
  • Untitled Wes Anderson/Roald Dahl Film: “Wes Anderson’s adaptation of several Roald Dahl short stories including The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar.”
  • Victim/Suspect: “Investigative journalist Rae de Leon travels nationwide to uncover and examine a shocking pattern: Young women tell the police they’ve been sexually assaulted, but instead of finding justice, they’re charged with the crime of making a false report, arrested and even imprisoned by the system they believed would protect them.”

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