[calendar] All the Dates of the Geek Sries From 2020.

Stranger Things The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Locke & Key… this year 2020 is looking good. Here is our selection of the series that will be released in the next twelve months.

The year 2020 promises to be rich in content and the various SVOD platforms, just like the TV channels, are unveiling the programme of celebrations. There will be something for everyone, here is our selection of upcoming series.


  • Dracula – January 4 on Netflix
  • An island – 9 and 16 January on Arte
  • The Good Place season 4 – from 10 January on Netflix
  • A Christmas Carol – January 6 on Canal +

The series stamped BBC and by the creators of Peacky Blinder proposes to revisit Mr Scrooge’s famous Christmas tale. In three episodes, it promises a good dose of magic and fear.

  • Titans season 2 – 10 January on Netflix
  • Treadstone season 1- 10 January on Amazon Prime
  • The New Pope season 2 – January 13 on Canal +
  • The Outsider season 1 – 13 January on OCS
  • Brooklyn 99 season 6 – 14 January on Netflix
  • Kipo and the Age of Animals – 14 January on Netflix
  • Little America season 1 – January 17 on Apple TV+.
  • Sex Education season 2 -17 January on Netflix
  • Avenue 5 season 1 – 20 January on OCS
  • Star Trek: Picard season 1 – January 23 on Amazon Prime

The new Star Trek generation continues on its momentum and after Star Trek Discovery it is Picard who will invade our screens.  With Patrick Stewart still in the role of Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise, it will take place twenty years after the Romulan conflict. Amazon trusts the writer of J.J. Abrams’ feature film to carry the project.

  • Sabrina’s new adventures season 3 – January 24th on Netflix
  • Ragnarok season 1 – 31 January on Netflix
  • BoJack Offeman season 6 – 31 January on Netflix


  • Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet – February 7 on Apple TV+

This comedy will plunge the spectator into the universe of a video game development studio. The 10 episode series was created by Rob McElhenney who also plays the lead.

  • Locke & Key – February 7 on Netflix

Adapted from the Comic Books of Stephen King’s son Joe Hill, the series tells the story of three children who move in with their mother to Keyhouse, the family ancestral home. This extraordinary building is full of secrets and houses mysterious magic keys. Each one of them has a power.

  • Narcos Mexico season 2 – February 13 on Netflix
  • Baron Noir season 3- in February on Canal +
  • Hunters season 1 – February 21 on Amazon Prime
  • Avenue 5 – January 19 on HBO
  • Altered Carbon – in February on Netflix


  • Barry season 3 – in March on OCS
  • Westworld season 3 – March 16 on OCS
  • The Mandalorian – March 31 on Disney +

It’s the first Star Wars series on Disney +. Already fully unveiled across the Atlantic, the first season will follow the adventures of a mercenary across the galaxy. Jon Favreau’s series features Pedro Pascal and is full of references to the saga on the big screen

  • Clone Wars – March 31 on Disney + in France


  • Casa de Papel season 4 – April 4


Coming soon

  • Umbrella Academy season 2 – on Netflix
  • Stranger Things season 4 – on Netflix

Welcome to Hawkins, a small town in Indiana, where young Will Byers disappears without a trace. Stranger Things, The Duffer Brothers series is a tribute to the cinema of the 1980s and has become a reference in the genre. Following the success of the first three seasons, Netflix has planned a fourth round of episodes. The most optimistic hope to see the series arrive on Netflix before the beginning of 2021.

  • Fargo season 5 – on Netflix
  • The Boys Season 2 – on Amazon Prime
  • Carnival Row season 2 – on Amazon Prime
  • Le Bureau des Légendes – season 5 – on Canal +
  • Euphoria – season 2 – on OCS
  • Dark season 3 – on Netflix
  • The 100 season 6 – on Netflix
  • Arsène Lupin season 1 – on Netflix
  • Foundation season 1 – on Apple TV+
  • Snowpiercer season 1 – on Netflix

Netflix will adapt the adventures developed in the movie Snowpiercer by Bong Joon-ho. This reboot unveiled its first images at Comic Con in San Diego in 2019, and the series is shaping up to be this year’s event. Class struggle, survival and revolt will be on the agenda of this project led by Jennifer Connelly. The actress will play the main character Melanie Cavill. The series is in the hands of the creators of the very good Orphan Black, it’s promising…

  • The Wheel of Time season 1 – on Amazon Prime
  • Rick and Morty season 4 – on Adult Swim France
  • The Marvelous Mrs Maisel season 4 – on Amazon Prime
  • The Falcon and The Winter Soldier season 1 – on Disney +

Falcon and The Winter Soldier will open the Marvel productions ball on the small screen. Set after the events of Endgame, the series will focus on the adventures of Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes. Emily VanCamp and Daniel Brühl have already been announced for casting and are expected to return to their roles as Agent 13 and Helmut Zemo. Disney should soon unveil the first images of the series and why not a trailer.

  • WandaVision season 1 – on Disney +
  • Big Mouth season 4 – on Netflix
  • Disenchanted season 3 – on Netflix
  • Love, Death and Robots season 2 – on Netflix
  • Lucifer season 5 – on Netflix
  • Hanna season 2 – first quarter on Amazon Prime
  • House of the Dragon – HBO
  • The Flash season 6 – on Netflix
  • Supergirl season 5 – on Netflix
  • Batwoman season 1
  • DC Legends of Tomorrow season 4- on Netflix

This year 2020 should hold some nice surprises and give us something to enjoy. Netflix seems to be going on the offensive and intends to unveil numerous productions to face the competition. While Amazon is quietly preparing for the arrival of its Lord of the Rings series, Apple TV + doesn’t seem ready to reveal the rest of its adventures. This year will be decisive in the war of the streaming platforms. In France, Salto should also make its debut in the autumn.

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