Most Anticipated Original Series of Netflix in 2022

Another year of Netflix originals has come and gone from your television schedule. Perhaps you’re still working up the courage to give the go-ahead to watch Squid Game. Maybe you’re still reeling from the season three conclusion of Sex Education. Or maybe you’re looking forward to the most anticipated original series of Netflix in 2022.

Whatever your Netflix streaming experience was like in 2021, 2022 appears to be a wonderful year to try out some new original shows. Who says your New Year’s resolve to “try something new every day” can’t include binge-watching Netflix originals? Do you want to know what everyone will be talking about in a year? In 2022, some of the most anticipated Netflix releases are listed below:

The Most Anticipated Original Series of Netflix in 2022: Let the show begins

Inventing Anna (Season 1)

“They hate to see a girl boss succeed,” the internet continuously informs us. This is especially true if the girl’s boss is a fraudster. What is Anna Delvey’s name? This is the central question in Shonda Rhimes’ (Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal) new series, which is based on the actual tale of a young Russian lady who pretended to be a wealthy German heiress and duped the New York elite, extorting hundreds of thousands of euros in the process. Anna Delvey, the Instagram-famous heiress who captured the hearts and money of New York’s elites, is the subject of an investigation by a journalist.

Love is blind

Love Is Blind, a reality dating program that began in 2020 and appeared tailor-made for love in the time of Covid-19, is back for another season of pod romances. According to the teaser, the next season will follow the same premise as the previous one, in which candidates get to know one another without being able to see them. If last season’s dramatic ups and downs (including one contender going down on one knee) are any indicators, there will be lots of surprises this season. Men and women from all areas of life take part in a social experiment in which they go on blind dates with strangers in the hopes of finding love.

Vikings: Valhalla

Vikings: Valhalla is a Jeb Stuart-created Netflix streaming historical drama series. It’s a follow-up to History’s Vikings. The series set one hundred years after the events of the Vikings follows the start of the end of the Viking Age, which is marked by the Battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066. Netflix premiered the series on February 25, 2022.

Vikings: Valhalla, a History Channel spin-off, is likely to be a thriller, whether you’re a history buff or just remember Leif Erickson from that Sponge-bob episode. The series showcases some of the most renowned Norsemen as they raid across Europe, chronicling their legacies as well as new advancements in society, such as the roots of Norse Paganism.

The Crown

Imelda Staunton will replace Olivia Coleman as Queen Elizabeth II and the British royal family in the fifth season of The Crown, which tells the story (with some liberties) of Queen Elizabeth II and the British royal family. Elizabeth Debicki will play Lady Di, who was previously played brilliantly by Emma Corrin.

The Crown, the award-winning royal drama, will return for a fifth season this autumn. In addition to the surprising revelation that the series will continue beyond this new season, Netflix has also stated that the current cast will be replaced by a new group of performers, including Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II. Although the season is still a long way off, most history aficionados might probably anticipate what would happen next in the historically-based series.

Human Resources

Big Mouth’s universe of exotic animals has swiftly evolved over the previous five seasons, much like the bodies of its teenage characters. The puberty-personifying characters have become fan favorites, ranging from Hormone Monsters to Anxiety Mosquitoes. Now, a new spin-off (shown above) will take us behind the scenes of what these critters do when they’re not causing humans to experience unwanted arousal and depressed spells. The “Big Mouth meets The Office” excursion, which stars Maya Rudolph, Nick Kroll, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Aidy Bryant, Keke Palmer, and others, is guaranteed to be a success.

The three-body problem

The creators or directors of Game of Thrones, David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and Alexander Woo, who wrote numerous episodes of True Blood, have teamed together to develop a science fiction series based on Chinese novelist Liu Cixin’s eponymous trilogy, The Three-Body Problem. It’s about the first meeting between humanity and aliens, as well as the ensuing battle. The series has yet to be given a release date, although it is expected to arrive in late 2022.

The Midnight Club

Mike Flanagan, the creator of The Haunting and Midnight Mass, is back with his sixth Netflix series, and it’s a terrifying one, as you’d expect given his track record. The Midnight Club is based on the Christopher Pike novel of the same name, and it takes place at a hospice center where a group of terminally sick teenagers gathers every night at midnight to share horror stories. The gang agrees that whom-ever dies first will speak with them from beyond the dead. A promise is a promise, regardless of whether it is kept or broken.

The Sandman

Even before its debut, this adaptation of the same-named fantasy graphic novel is generating a sensation. Tom Sturridge and Gwendoline Christie will appear in the film (of Game of Thrones fame). What’s the plot summary? After many years in captivity, Dream, the protector of dreams and a member of the Eternals, tries to free himself.

The Sandman series, based on the DC Comics series from the 1980s and 1990s, will follow the legendary character Dream, played by Thomas Sturridge, as he embarks on a new adventure. The dream must struggle to reclaim his realm of Dreaming after waking up in 1916 after being held captive for a century.

Wrapping Up the Most Anticipated Original Series of Netflix in 2022

I hope the article presented above has given you the list for all the shows you should add in your bucket list. So why not make a list of your favorite snacks to enjoy with these shows!