Netflix didn’t hold back this year when it comes to delivering new and returning sci-fi and fantasy programming. From the wildly popular rookie series Sweet Tooth to the grandiose return of the much-discussed series The Witcher, there’s something for everyone. As the year 2021 draws to a close, fans are curious about what the streaming service has in store for the following year.
Unsurprisingly, Netflix already has a variety of original material available for the public to enjoy when 2022 arrives. From new programs like Army Of The Dead: Lost Vegas to returning series like Raising Dion, there’s something for everyone. These programs will not only attract fans due to the future plots, but several fan-favorite characters will also return.
Locke & Key: Season 3
The second season of Locke & Key was perhaps equally as fantastic as the first. This season left fans wanting more, from outrageous plot twists to devastating deaths. The finale concluded on a high note for the Locke Family and left various options open for several of the key characters.
There isn’t much information regarding season 3, including when it will air; however, Darby Stanchfield, who portrays Nina Locke, stated on Instagram that production for season 3 wrapped in September, before season 2 began. Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill, the show’s showrunners, revealed in an interview with Collider that the third season will concentrate more heavily on the Locke family and that they will confront their toughest peril yet.
The Witcher: Blood Origin
The Witcher: Blood Origin is a prequel set 1200 years before the events of The Witcher. The series will teach audiences how the first Witcher was created, as well as the elven civilization before its fall.
Netflix has released an enormous teaser trailer for The Witcher: Blood Origin, and it appears to have just as much action as the previous series. Fans got to see Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown, and Laurence O’Fuarain in action as they played their parts. The specific date for the launch of this series next year has not been announced.
All Of Us Are Dead
All Of Us Are Dead is a horror-themed South Korean television series. The freshman series will feature a group of kids stranded in their school following a zombie invasion. They must now do everything it takes to live.
The first season will launch in January of next year. The series is an adaptation of the webtoon Now At Our School and will be directed by Lee Jae Gyoo, who has already worked on Trap, King2Hearts, and Intimate Strangers.
Stranger Things: Season 4
Stranger Things Season 3 finished with the gang successfully slaying the Mind Flayer monster, but viewers were left with a cliffhanger, wondering if Hopper was dead. Season 4 has revealed that Eleven is at a different school and that the season will take place around Spring Break.
Stranger Things fans haven’t seen new episodes since 2019, and season 4 won’t premiere until the summer of 2022. According to all of the teasers that have been given, the lengthy wait will be worth it. Furthermore, it was reported that four additional cast members will be joining the team, including Amybeth McNulty from Anne with an E.
Midnight Club: Season 1
The Midnight Club is based on Christopher Pike’s novel of the same name. The show will follow a group of seven terminally ill people who are receiving hospice care. Every night at midnight, they gather to tell horror stories. One night, they form a contract that the first person to die from their condition must speak with the others from beyond the grave. Strange things begin to happen after one of the patients dies.
Many people are thrilled about this new series since it is being produced by Mike Flanagan. He’s worked on a number of series, including The Haunting of Hill House in 2018 and The Haunting of Bly Manor the following year. The precise release date has not been established, however the first season will consist of ten episodes.