Seit produziert der Streaming-Dienst seine eigenen Filme und Serien. COMPUTER BILD zeigt die besten Eigenproduktionen von Netflix. Bei Netflix finden Sie großartige exklusive Titel, die Sie nirgendwo sonst sehen können. Filme, Serien, Specials und vieles mehr – auf Ihren Geschmack. Bei Sky siehst du die neuesten Filme und exklusive Serien in HD + Netflix zum Vorteilspreis - jetzt buchen und sparen | Sky.
Netflix Niederlande streamt Disney-Content exklusivSeit produziert der Streaming-Dienst seine eigenen Filme und Serien. COMPUTER BILD zeigt die besten Eigenproduktionen von Netflix. Jetzt neu und exklusiv auf Netflix: Alina Serban und Tobias Moretti in Hüseyin Tabaks vielfach ausgezeichnetem Film Gipsy Queen. Wir wünschen packende. Liste von Eigenproduktionen von Netflix bezeichnet: Liste von Eigenproduktionen von Netflix (Serien) · Liste von Eigenproduktionen von Netflix (Filme). Dies ist.
Netflix Exklusiv Navigation menu VideoBarbaren - Offizieller Trailer - Netflix
Southeast Asia . Treehouse Detectives. All other markets . Fantasy adventure. Justice: Qalb Al Adala.
OSN Ya Hala Al Oula . Selected territories . If I Hadn't Met You. Latin America and the US . Welcome to the Family. All other markets .
Mystery drama. Selected territories . Worldwide except Belgium, Germany, Austria and Switzerland . Psychological thriller.
Romantic comedy , Family drama. Descendants of the Sun Philippines. Drama , Action. Melodrama , Romance. Selected territories . A Very Secret Service.
Espionage parody. All other markets . Can You Hear Me? No Second Chance. Selected territories  .
The Frozen Dead. Twice Upon a Time. US and Canada . NSU German History X. The Same Sky. Final Fantasy XIV: Dad of Light. My Husband Won't Fit.
A Love So Beautiful. Fantasy historical drama. Bad Guys: Vile City. Fantasy thriller. Chief of Staff. Crash Landing on You.
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol. Medical romantic comedy. It's Okay to Not Be Okay. Love ft. Marriage and Divorce. Lovestruck in the City.
Memories of the Alhambra. Science fiction romantic thriller. My Country: The New Age. All other markets except China and Japan .
Supernatural thriller. Private Lives. Romantic crime drama. Sport , Comedy-drama. Romance Is a Bonus Book. Rookie Historian Goo Hae-ryung. Science fiction police procedural.
Worldwide except South Korea and China . The King: Eternal Monarch. The Sound of Your Heart. The Sound of Your Heart : Reboot.
Action spy thriller. Black romantic comedy. When the Camellia Blooms. Romantic comedy thriller. A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities. Public Television Service.
All other markets except the US . Ashes of Love. Worldwide except China and Taiwan . Meteor Garden.
Worldwide excluding Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia . Science fiction anthology series. Teen comedy-drama. The Rise of Phoenixes.
Science fiction thriller. Unrequited Love. War drama thriller. Space Brazil. Comedy Central Brazil. Premier . All For Love.
Apache: The Life of Carlos Tevez. Biographical drama. Cathedral of the Sea. Her Mother's Killer. US, Canada, UK, Ireland and Portugal .
La Reina del Sur. Luis Miguel: The Series. Latin America, Spain . Morocco: Love in Times of War. Nicky Jam: El Ganador. Antena 3. Playing with Fire.
Surviving Escobar: Alias J. Caracol Television. The Department of Time. Science fiction drama. The Queen and the Conqueror. Worldwide excluding Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela and Japan .
The Road to Love. Thriller drama. All other markets except Denmark, Finland, and Norway . Bangkok Love Stories: Innocence. Bangkok Love Stories: Objects of Affection.
Bangkok Love Stories: Plead. Oh My Ghost. The Judgement. All other markets except France and Latin America  . Little Things season 1.
Hip-Hop Evolution season 1. Inside the World's Toughest Prisons season 1. All other markets  [a].
Nisman : The Prosecutor, the President, and the Spy. Paul Hollywood's Big Continental Road Trip. All other markets except Ireland, Poland and Africa .
Rust Valley Restorers. National Geographic Channel. All other markets except New Zealand, Spain, Portugal and Africa .
The Defiant Ones. All other markets except Canada . The Investigator: A British Crime Story. All other markets except Ireland, Australia and New Zealand .
The World's Most Extraordinary Homes. Time: The Kalief Browder Story. Trump: An American Dream. Who Killed Malcolm X?
America's Got Talent: The Champions. UK and Ireland . Churchill's Secret Agents: The New Recruits. Glow Up. Discovery Channel Canada.
Rupaul's Drag Race season Reality competition. Rupaul's Drag Race: Untucked! The Big Family Cooking Showdown. The Great British Baking Show seasons 4— Baking reality competition.
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays. Tiny House Nation season 5. Zumbo's Just Desserts season 1. Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee seasons 1—9.
Arrested Development seasons 4—5. ABC1 [c]. Longmire seasons 4—6. Rabbids Invasion season 4. Star Wars: The Clone Wars season 6. Animation Science fiction.
Selected territories  [a]. The Killing season 4. The Last Kingdom seasons 2. BBC Two [c]. Zumbo's Just Desserts season 2.
Seven Network [c]. Leo the Lion. The Little Prince. United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand .
October 7, January 23, January 25, Worldwide except Israel and France . February 18, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny.
Journey to Greenland. Worldwide except France . Hell or High Water. Italy, San Marino, Vatican City,  Japan . Drama - Sports.
Selected territories, including Sweden and Czech Republic . Two Lovers and a Bear. United States . Selected territories including Japan  and Latin America .
Before I Wake. Horror - Fantasy. United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Czech Republic and Nordics . August 19, David Brent: Life on the Road.
Worldwide except United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand . September 6, Black comedy thriller. September 8, Message from the King.
United States, Sweden, multiple territories . September 10, Worldwide except the Netherlands and Japan . September 14, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life.
United Kingdom, Ireland, Benelux, DACH, Italy, Spain, Japan, India . October 9, Worldwide except the United Kingdom and Ireland .
November 16, Teen Drama. Worldwide except Italy . December 7, Multiple territories except South Korea and Japan . The Lighthouse of the Orcas.
Worldwide except Spain and Argentina . December 25, The Year-Old Man Who Skipped Out on the Bill and Disappeared.
Worldwide except Nordics, DACH, Japan and Luxembourg . January 18, January 21, United States, Sweden, Czech Republic and select other territories .
January 22, February 3, The Space Between Us. Japan,  Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, Canada. February 10, February 22, April 26, April 29, Blade of the Immortal.
Spain, Sweden, Poland and Czech Republic . A Prayer Before Dawn. Worldwide except Australia and New Zealand . Animal Crackers. Catching Feelings.
Worldwide  . August 4, August 5, What Happened to Monday. Science fiction - thriller. United States, Latin America, The Caribbean, UK, Ireland and Malta  .
August 18, The Hitman's Bodyguard. Action Comedy. Selected territories, including Sweden . United States, Canada, UK, Italy, Benelux, Japan, India and the Nordics .
Selected territories including the US . Worldwide except Canada, Latin America and Eastern Europe .
September 9, Worldwide except Japan, Korea, China . September 24, The Foreigner. September 26, October 12, October 30, A Bad Moms Christmas.
November 2, November 3, The Skin of the Wolf. Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters. November 29, December 1, Fullmetal Alchemist.
December 11, December 14, January 19, Guardians of the Tomb. The Kindergarten Teacher. United States and Canada . January 20, Worldwide except Mexico, Belgium and Netherland .
Selected territories including the United States . And Breathe Normally. January 31, February 8, United States, Canada, Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, and Japan .
February 13, River's Edge. Selected territories including Sweden . February 17, United States, United Kingdom . Selected territories, including Sweden and United States .
February 27, Worldwide except Spain and Taiwan . The Resistance Banker. Duck Duck Goose. The Breaker Upperers. Romantic comedy-drama.
Worldwide except Australia, New Zealand . The Laws of Thermodynamics. Worldwide except Spain . March 18, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.
Historical - drama. United States, Canada, Latin America, Italy, Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia .
April 15, April 17, April 18, The World Is Yours. April 20, April 21, Japan,  Benelux,  Sweden. April 28, Worldwide except Mainland China .
United States, Canada and Latin America . Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle. How to Get Over a Breakup.
My Teacher, My Obsession. Flavors of Youth: International Version. Worldwide except Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia . Illang: The Wolf Brigade.
Worldwide except Korea . August 7, August 9, May the Devil Take You. Worldwide excluding Netherlands, Poland, Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia .
August 20, August 24, Modest Heroes: Ponoc Short Films Theater. Selected territories outside North America . August 28, High Society.
Worldwide excluding U. August 30, August 31, September 1, September 3, At Eternity's Gate. Goyo: The Boy General. September 7, Worldwide except France, Switzerland, Canada and the Benelux countries.
Cities of Last Things. September 21, September 23, September 27, September 28, September 29, The Awakening of Motti Wolkenbruch.
October 3, October 4, El Potro: Unstoppable. October 5, October 17, Nothing to Hide. October 20, Worldwide except France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Canada.
October 26, The Photographer of Mauthausen. October 31, Crime thriller. Godzilla: The Planet Eater. November 13, November 15, Suzzanna: Buried Alive.
November 21, November 28, The Plagues of Breslau. December 6, Willy and the Guardians of the Lake: Tales from the Lakeside Winter Adventure.
Musical comedy-drama. December 19, December 21, January 16, In Family I Trust. Science fiction Thriller. North America and selected territories .
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. Worldwide except Japan and China . January 26, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.
United States and select other territories . Worldwide except the United States. February 5, Isn't It Romantic.
Selected Territories except the United States. February 14, Svaha: The Sixth Finger. February 28, Blood Will Tell.
Coming-of-age Comedy. March 20, Jo Pil-ho: The Dawning Rage. March 22, The Silent War. March 27, Let's Dance. March 29, April 10, The Little Switzerland.
The Son. Worldwide except China, South Korea, Argentina and Uruguay. Worldwide except France, Switzerland, Russia, Benelux and China . Worldwide except France and Turkey .
Worldwide excluding United States and Canada . Hot Gimmick: Girl Meets Boy. Worldwide except Japan and South Korea .
July 12, Dragon Quest: Your Story. August 8, Till Death: Azalea's Wrath. August 23, Teen comedy. Worldwide except South Korea .
Eye for an Eye. Worldwide excluding United States . Selected territories excluding China . Live Twice, Love Once. September 22, A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon.
United States, Canada, and Latin America . All the Freckles in the World. Latte and the Magic Waterstone. October 10, The Legacy of the Bones.
October 11, The Influence. Twin Murders: The Silence of the White City. November 1, The Man Without Gravity.
The Silence of the Marsh. January 2, January 3, January 24, February 21, Mutiny of the Worker Bees. Worldwide except Poland .
Your Name Engraved Herein. Berlin, Berlin: Lolle on the Run. Krishna and His Leela. Animated comedy-drama. August 14, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run.
Worldwide except United States, Canada, and China . September 2, So Much Love to Give. September 11, September 12, North America, UK, France and select countries in Asia .
October 16, Love and Monsters. Monster - Adventure. Worldwide except United States . October 22, October 28, October 29, And Tomorrow the Entire World.
Worldwide except Germany . Romantic drama. November 4, Worldwide except France, Spain, and China . November 5, Worldwide except Taiwan .
November 12, Animated fantasy adventure. Worldwide except Mexico  . Selected Asian territories . November 19, November 23, November 27, December 24, News of the World.
Western - Drama. December 31, January 1, Animated fantasy comedy. Worldwide except China . A Boy Called Christmas. Worldwide except UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France and China .
The Last Letter from Your Lover. Worldwide except UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, Scandinavia and China .
Worldwide except UK . The Mitchells vs. Animated family comedy. Worldwide except Denmark . Worldwide except Singapore .
Art of Conflict: The Murals of Northern Ireland. The Battered Bastards of Baseball. This 15 Me. The Netherlands and Belgium .
An Afternoon with SCTV. Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same. Bill Burr: I'm Sorry You Feel That Way. Chelsea Handler : Uganda Be Kidding Me Live.
Chelsea Peretti : One of the Greats. Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help. Derren Brown: Miracle. Worldwide . Derren Brown: The Push.
Frankie Boyle : Hurt Like You've Never Been Loved. Iliza Shlesinger: War Paint. Jim Jefferies : Bare. John Hodgman: Ragnarok.
Kevin Hart: What Now? Stand-up comedy concert film. Mike Birbiglia: My Girlfriend's Boyfriend. Nick Offerman: American Ham.
Southeast Asia Malaysia TV3 ntv7 8TV TV9 Astro Ceria Star Vijay. Oceania Australia ABC Animal Planet Cartoon Network Channel 31 Discovery Discovery HD World Disney Channel MTV Australia Nat Geo Nat Geo Wild Network Ten Nine Network Sky News Live SBS SF Channel Seven Network.
Europe Albania Top Channel. Middle East Israel Channel 2 Channel 1 Israeli Educational Television Arutz HaYeladim. It didn't, and Kimmy is now free, and that leads to an incredibly sunny disposition as she tries to forge a life for herself despite some deep psychological damage.
And somehow, this is a comedy with both verbal and background jokes flowing at a rate even faster than they did on 30 Rock. The premise makes it sound overly contrived—like a bad '80s sitcom, if '80s sitcoms ever dared to feature gay main characters.
But the star power—and the fact that the people who created Friends came up with this—makes for a show that's far from trite.
Straight-laced Grace Jane Fonda and old hippie Frankie Lily Tomlin are forced to share a beach house when their lawyer husbands Martin Sheen, Sam Watterston divorce them after admitting they've been having a decades-long affair and want to get legally married.
While there are the usual sitcom hijinks resulting from the mismatched Grace and Frankie trying to get along, it's really a show about forging identity and independence.
It's also a nice reminder that Netflix exists in part to provide niche programming—the youth-obsessed broadcast networks would never air a show in which the leads are both over 70 years old.
This is a cartoon show set in some kind of alternate universe where all kinds of animals have human qualities and live among humans.
Its main character is BoJack Horseman, a washed-up actor who starred in a terrible '90s family sitcom called Horsin' Around.
The people closest to him are his slacker roommate Todd, his memoir's ghostwriter Diane, and her husband, a golden retriever named Mr.
Peanut Butter who starred in a knockoff of Horsin' Around. It boasts a volume of animal puns more robust than even those of Zootopia.
BoJack's greatest ambition is to one day play Secretariat. And yet in spite of all of this zaniness, BoJack Horseman provides one of the most accurate and heartbreaking portrayals of depression ever put to screen.
BoJack is a sellout who wants to make art, but isn't sure if he can, and always self-sabotages his own successes.
But seriously, so many animal puns. There's also a completely silent episode set totally underwater. Along with the podcast Serial and HBO's The Jinx, Netflix's Making a Murderer reignited the public's fascination with true crime stories.
This exhaustive and extraordinarily compelling series analyzes every possible aspect of the murder case for which Wisconsin man Steven Avery was charged—and as the series shows, a lot of things don't quite add up.
Was evidence planted? Were police out to frame Avery because he was suing them for wrongful conviction and imprisonment for an earlier crime?
Did police coerce a confession out of Brendan Dassey, Avery's accomplice and nephew? Making a Murderer is equal parts riveting and enraging, and it landed with such an impact that the case against Avery will actually be reconsidered by a judge.
It's the dramatic version of Veep! Based on a British miniseries, House of Cards details the slow, methodical, and at-any-cost path by which Southern politician Frank Underwood Kevin Spacey, in a role he was born to play seeks out and obtains the power he's so obsessed with.
Over the course of several seasons, cold-hearted and cold-blooded Frank does whatever he needs to do to ascend the government ladder, including ruining lives, murder, and numerous other crimes in between.
And each one gets a fourth-wall breaking little bon mot from Frank defending his actions. Oh, Frank, you're incorrigible! Wet Hot American Summer was not a hit when it was released in The wacky comedy set on the last day of summer camp in became a cult classic over time, and as a distributor of movies, Netflix knew people wanted more when they agreed to host a prequel series.
So, 15 years after the cast were too told to be playing teenage camp counselors anyway, they return as actors in their late 40s to play the same characters from before the events of the film.
Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Janeane Garofalo, and all the rest return to explain the back stories behind the movie's most ridiculous jokes such as why there's a talking can of vegetables and to provide new insights Elizabeth Banks is a secret reporter from a hipster magazine.
It's less a serial comedy series and more an anthology of standalone episodes in which each entry has a theme. Topics covered range from the difficulty of trying to connect with and appreciate one's parents particularly first-generation immigrants , dating in the age of technology and the "fear of missing out," and struggling to make a living in the arts.
It's thoughtful, wise, and even legitimately touching—but also hilarious, because Ansari can't help being funny. While the adaptation of the kiddie goth book series Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events was certainly delightful, the problem is that there was only one.
There are multiple bestselling books about the forever-doomed Baudelaire orphans, and now they all finally get to come to life via a Netflix original series.
Neil Patrick Harris stars as the wicked Count Olaf, an actor by trade who uses his access to wigs and makeup to worm his way into the lives of the kids so as to steal their inheritance.
The versatile Harris is perfectly cast as Olaf, and he also sings the theme song, a perfect encapsulation of author Daniel Handler's humor, warning the viewer to stay away from the show because it's just too bleak and troubling.
The dark and playful humor is balanced with whimsical, dreamlike imagery. A remake that's good? A multi-camera sitcom in this day and age that's good?
One Day at a Time gets it right. This new take recalls the original '70s semi-classic and improves upon it, with an impeccable cast, warmth, and discussions of social issues that feel organic and non-didactic like they did on All in the Family, which, like One Day, was made by legendary TV producer Norman Lear.
This One Day is really about something, and with a Cuban-American family and a plotline involving a teenager coming of age, gives voice to demographics who aren't often represented on television.
Oh, and don't worry, Schneider is still here. While Handler made waves in the entertainment industry for taking her extremely popular E! However, Handler, who's best known for her broad, self-effacing humor, also quietly released to Netflix a little documentary series called Chelsea Does.
Each of the four episodes is a deep dive on a big, complicated subject Handler approaches with enthusiasm, sensitivity, and curiosity: marriage, Silicon Valley, racism, and drugs.
Quiet, slow-building stories about British monarchs are nothing new to television—it's the bread and butter of PBS and the BBC, after all.
And yet The Crown is something entirely different. Keep in mind that Elizabeth is still alive—but she'd find it hard to be offended.
The stakes are incredibly high, keeping England together in the post-war years and learning how to be a stateswoman from the incomparable Winston Churchill John Lithgow.
And it's all done with an empathy and humanity not generally given to larger-than-life figures, especially ones that can seem as cold and distant as English monarchs.
Instead, we see her grieve, we see her insecurities, we even see her getting flirty with her husband Prince Phillip Matt Smith. The Crown is also absolutely gorgeous—the set and costume design is so lush and spot-on that you could swear they let them shoot in Buckingham Palace.
Luke Cage marks Netflix's first spinoff, as this is an extension of the character so memorably portrayed by Mike Colter on Jessica Jones.
And here we have another Marvel series set in a similar world as its predecessor—also reflective more of the real world, and its culture, history, race relations, and interpersonal dynamics, than the occasionally silly world of comic books.
Luke Cage is a human story: very thoughtful, even celebratory. It's about a superhero trying to navigate a world in which he sometimes feels like he doesn't fit in, which makes for some great allegory about a young man just trying to not to get swallowed up by the underbelly of urban society.
Brit Marling stars as a mysterious young woman who re-emerges after disappearing seven years earlier. Only now she's covered in scars, calls herself "The OA," and oh yes, she can see somehow see, even though she used to be blind.
It's a dark, labyrinthine series about death, the afterlife, science, violence, conspiracies, and human spirituality.
In short, it gets deep, and it gets weird. And it's a good thing that Netflix doesn't charge by usage, because we'd all rack up huge bills trying to figure out The OA.
It's baffling and mystifying and asks more big questions than it answers. In , the service aired its first revival of a show originally produced and seen elsewhere, making quite a statement in the bargain: If Arrested Development, a critically adored cult hit that lurked near the bottom of the ratings when it initially aired on Fox from to , could be revived, then anything could.
It also proved Netflix was a major player in entertainment, as an AD revival had been discussed at such big places as HBO and Showtime.
The show reunited the entire main cast and most of the recurring ones to create what's really a episode super-long movie.
Each episode focuses on the backstory of a different main character and what they've been up to in the past decade or so. It's ridiculous, multi-layered, self-referential—and astonishingly good, of course.
If you only watch one episode, watch the GOB Will Arnett one, in which he confuses the first friendship he's ever had for romantic attraction, gets himself locked in a fake rock, tries and fails to raise bees, and becomes part of the entourage of a Bieber-esque pop star who writes a song about how awful GOB is.
Netflix is like a TV genie, magically bringing back beloved shows long thought dead. Apparently Gilmore Girls has been so popular since its iteration started streaming on Netflix that the service figured there was enough of a demand for more episodes.
The entire cast is back for A Year in the Life, a series of four Gilmore Girls movies that take place in a different season of the present day.
The only major character not around is patriarch Richard Gilmore, owing to the death of actor Edward Hermann, whose loss factors greatly and sadly into the plot.
It advances the story left unfinished when the series ended a decade ago, but also asks—and answers—a lot of new questions: will Lorelai figure out her relationship with Luke?
Has Rory made it as a journalist?