Netflix still has some big releases in store this year — including Don’t Look Up and the second season of The Witcher — but the streaming service is also looking forward to its 2022 lineup. Today, the company released its slate for genre shows and movies coming next year, and while we knew some of them (last month, Netflix revealed that Stranger Things 4 would be coming out next summer), there were also some new confirmations. Most notably, both the live-action adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman and The Witcher spinoff Blood Origin will debut on the streaming service in 2022.
Outside of those heavy hitters, there are also plenty of shows returning — Alice in Borderland’s season 2, Locke & Key season 3, The Umbrella Academy season 3 — along with gaming adaptations, including The Cuphead Show, a live-action Resident Evil series, an animated Magic: The Gathering show, and Cyberpunk: Edgerunners from the acclaimed Studio Trigger. Rounding out the selection are some horror titles, including vampire hunting romance First Kill and The Midnight Club, the latest series from Midnight Mass and Haunting of Bly Manor creator Mike Flanagan.
Most of the releases don’t have specific dates attached to them yet, but here’s the full list of genre stories coming to Netflix in 2022.
Archive 81 (January 14th)
In From the Cold (January 28th)
Raising Dion season 2 (February 1st)
Vikings: Valhalla (February 25th)
Alice in Borderland season 2
All of Us Are Dead
Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas
The Cuphead Show
Locke & Key season 3
Magic: The Gathering
The Midnight Club
Stranger Things 4 (summer)
The Umbrella Academy season 3
The Witcher: Blood Origin