Ozark was Netflix’s largest crime series to date, and now that it’s over, there’s a huge void. Don’t worry, there are plenty of new criminal shows in the works on Netflix, and we’ll go through the majority of them below.
This is one of many genre previews we’ve created in recent months to look forward to what’s coming on Netflix in 2022 and beyond. If you like the criminal genre, you may also be interested in our previews for forthcoming action movies, comic book adaptations, and fantasy series and movies.
Here’s The List Of Upcoming crime Series:
Moonage Pictures, the studio behind Curfew, Intergalactic, and The Pursuit of Love is bringing a new crime comic adaption to Netflix about four cops in four distinct historical periods in London who are all investigating the same murder.
More about Bodies may be found in our continuous preview for the next series.
Florida Man, a new criminal drama series set to premiere on Netflix in 2022, is one of several projects under development by Aggregate Films (the production firm led by Jason Bateman).
When an ex-cop returns home to Florida, he discovers a mobster’s fleeing lover on his doorstep.
The cast will include Abbey Lee, Edgar Ramirez, Clark Gregg, Emory Cohen, and Anthony LaPaglia.
A British-produced crime mini-series starring Stanley Tucci, David Tennant, Lydia West, Dolly Wells, and Katie Dickie is in the works.
Here’s what to expect: “A death row inmate in the United States and a lady confined in a basement under an English vicarage meet paths in the most unexpected manner.”
Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
This limited series on one of the most notorious murders in US history, Jeffrey Dahmer, will be one of the most anticipated movies to emerge out of Netflix’s hefty Ryan Murphy agreement.
This series, like his earlier series American Crime Story (which regrettably left Netflix), will be portrayed from the viewpoint of the victims and the police incompetence that enabled the Wisconsin native to continue on a multi-year killing rampage.
Even Peters (best known for American Horror Story and X-Men: Apocalypse) will play Dahmer.
The makers of Narcos will return with a new series (unrelated to Narcos, we hasten to stress) focusing on another drug kingpin in the person of Griselda Blanco, who will be portrayed by Sofa Vergara of Modern Family fame.
The new limited series is being produced by Ingrid Escajeda and will begin production in the first half of 2022.
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area
Money Heist is likely the second most popular Netflix Original crime series to date, and it is partly attributed to the growth in popularity of international material over the previous decade.
With the conclusion of the original Spanish series, the first spinoff is set to debut on Netflix in June 2022 with the release of a K-drama version of the program.
Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harpster are the creators of this new Netflix TV mini-series on the beginnings of the opioid problem in the United States.
The series will concentrate on those who benefited from the crisis, those who suffered the consequences, those who planned in boardrooms, and those who sought to sound the warning.
The series was shot in the later part of 2021 and is scheduled to premiere in 2022. Uzo Aduba, Matthew Broderick, West Duchovny, Dina Shihabi, and John Rothman are among the cast members announced for the limited series.
Ridley Scott is producing this fresh new Netflix series, which spans 24 years and chronicles the tale of one of the most daring bank heists in history, in which they try to steal $70 billion in bonds during Hurricane Sandy in New York City.
Tati Gabrielle (from Netflix’s Sabrina series), Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul), Rufus Sewell (Old), Pz Vega (Sex and Lucia), and Jai Courtney are among the cast members of Jigsaw (Terminator Genisys).