Check Out the Original Programming That’s Headed to Netflix in 2016

Check Out the Original Programming That’s Headed to Netflix in 2016

2015 proved to be an excellent year for original programming on Netflix. (Jessica Jones, Daredevil, and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt are particular favorites of mine.) It doesn’t look as if 2016 will be any different, as Netflix is continuing their strategy of attracting and retaining viewers with a buttload of original programming.

Check Out the Original Programming That's Headed to Netflix in 2016
Jessica Jones – One of the gems of Netflix’s 2015 original programming.


Looking ahead, the TV-minded folks over at Exstreamist recently compiled a list of all the new Netflix originals coming in 2016. While their list includes subsequent seasons of shows that have already aired, we’ll keep things simple and instead focus solely on entirely new shows debuting on the streaming service over the next 12 months.


  • Degrassi: Next Class – January 15
  • Chelsea Does – January 23
  • Even After High: Dragon Games – January 29 – (Kids show)
  • Pee Wee’s Big Holiday – March
  • Bottersnikes & Grumbles – (Kids show)
  • Chelsea Handler Talk Show
  • The Crown
  • Danger Mouse – (Kids show)
  • Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan and Jane – (Kids show)
  • Flaked
  • Fuller House
  • The Get Down
  • Justin Time: The New Adventures – (Kids show)
  • Kazoops! – (Anime)
  • Kong – King of the Apes – (Kids shows)
  • Kulipari: An Army of Frogs – (Kids show)
  • Love
  • The Magic School Bus – (Kids show)
  • Marvel’s Luke Cage
  • Marseille
  • The OA
  • Popples – (Kids show)
  • The Ranch
  • Some Assembly Required- (Kids show)
  • Stranger Things
  • Trailer Park Boys
  • Winx Club WOW: World of Winx – (Kids show)
  • World Party – (Kids show)


  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny – February 26
  • Jadotville
  • Mascots
  • Special Correspondents
  • War Machine

Netflix is spending a large amount of its considerable war chest on original programming, in 2015, Netflix aired approximately 320 hours of original programming, three times the amount shown in 2014. 2016 will see the streaming service offering more original programming than any other content provider.