‘PRAYING FOR THE FAMILY’: Netflix’s ‘The Promise,’ ‘The Fate of the Furious’ star talk at film production conference.
Netflix’s “The Promise,” “The Fate Of The Furious,” “Star Wars: Episode VIII,” “Wonder Woman” star Amy Adams and “Wonder Boys” star Paul Dano at the 2017 Film Industry Association of America (FIBA) Awards.
‘PRAISE BE TO THE WORLD’: Netflix stars John Boyega, Chris Pine, Finn Jones, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Zendaya, Jesse Eisenberg and Cate Blanchett speak at the International Society of Cinematographers (ISOC) World Premiere of “The Promised Land” (2018).
‘STAR WARS’: Netflix releases its first ‘Star War’ trailer, featuring Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley and Anthony Daniels.
Netflix releases “The Empire Strikes Back” on October 25, 2019.
Netflix hosts its first Star Wars event.
‘STAR TREK’: Netflix hosts “Star Trek Beyond” on December 6, 2019, marking the 25th anniversary of the original series.
‘THE FORCE AWAKENS’: Netflix premieres the new season of “American Horror Story: Coven,” featuring Michael Shannon and Kristen Wiig.
Netflix launches “The Leftovers,” a new series from the creators of “Lost.”
Netflix’s new “LOST” and “The Defenders” series premieres in 2018.
‘COUNTING ON: Netflix unveils its first series in six years, “The End of the Beginning,” which follows the lives of five characters in their mid-twenties and beyond, as they navigate the aftermath of a mysterious plague that is threatening the human race.
Netflix introduces “DARK SOULS,” an original series from executive producer Joe Weisberg and star/producer Mark Wahlberg.
Netflix begins production on its second original series, “PRETTY DEADLY,” which focuses on a female detective who, after a devastating car accident, is forced to investigate a serial killer.
‘WE’LL BE HERE: Netflix introduces its first original series “Savage Love,” which tells the story of a man who discovers a young woman’s relationship with his estranged father.
Netflix will premiere “Stonewall” on January 10, 2019 and the “American Gangster” series in 2019.
‘BEAUTIFUL’: Netflix announces the return of “Beautiful,” a drama from executive producers Steven Knight and Michael Stein that will follow two couples who fall in love in an isolated Maine cabin.
Netflix unveres “The Last Laugh,” starring Kevin Hart and Adam Driver, in 2019 and launches a series of original series starring the actors in 2019 including “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” “Daredevil” and the upcoming “Hail to the King.”
Netflix will debut the new “DuckTales: Monsters Unleashed” in 2019 on January 23, 2019 from director/producers Jason Blum and Mike White.
‘GIRLFRIEND’: Netflix announces a new original series based on “GIRLS,” a comedy about a young boy and his family, starring Kevin Bacon and Amy Poehler.
Netflix brings back “Fifty Shades of Grey,” “Maddie” and its sequel “Ladies Man.”
Netflix unvels “The Strain,” a horror series starring Mark Wuhlman and Jodi Arias.
‘HARD HOME’ AND ‘LOST’: Netflix unvets its first new original drama series in five years, starring Kristen Wiigs as an aspiring singer.
Netflix and Warner Bros. Television announce “The Big C” will be a Netflix original series that follows the adventures of a family of homeless kids as they seek refuge in a Brooklyn shelter.
‘LEGACY’: Netflix introduces the Netflix original drama “Legacy,” which will follow a young girl’s struggle to survive an abusive home.
Netflix premiets the new original “Gravity Falls” season 4 in 2018, featuring Charlie Day and Alyson Hannigan.
Netflix announces its first “The Good Place” original series in 2021.
‘WOLFMAN’S TALE: Netflix acquires “Wolfman’s Tale,” the second-largest streaming library in the United States, after acquiring “Mudbound.”
Netflix introduces a new documentary series starring Charlie Day, Jamie Chung, Adam Driver and Andy Samberg.
‘I CAN BE ALL THINGS TO YOU’: Netflix acquives the rights to “I Can Be All Things To You,” a memoir written by actor John Krasinski and about his struggles with alcohol addiction.
Netflix opens a series based off of “Wicked,” a film starring Seth MacFarlane, Charlie Day as an alcoholic, and “I Love Dick.”
Netflix opens its first anthology series with a new Netflix original. Netflix