From One Piece to Wednesday, the crazy trailers for Netflix series for Geeked Week

New seasons

All of Us Are Deadseason 2

Waiting for the return of the hit Squid GameSouth Korean series continue to do well on Netflix, as confirmed by the renewal ofAll of Us Are Dead for a second season. This zombie series is set on a campus in the city of Hyosan, which sees students trapped in the facility facing a horde of the undead. Containment and martial law being declared, they must now do everything to survive and leave the city as soon as possible, otherwise they could also turn into corpses on legs.

Destiny: The Winx Sagaseason 2

After more than a year of absence, Netflix’s Winx Club is soon back. The fairies of Alfea Academy, including Bloom, Stella, Aisha, Terra and Musa, will return to fight the forces of evil in an explosive season 2. Fans of the cartoon will be delighted to learn that an iconic character will make its debut in the adaptation. This is Flora, the fairy of the earth, in the guise of Paulina Chhassee (Ashley Garcia: brilliant and in love). The doors of Alféa will reopen in the fall on Netflix.

Locke and Keyseason 3

Last lap for the children of Keyhouse. adaptation of the comics Locke and Key by Joe Hill will come to an end with season 3 of the series. Tyler, Bode and Kinsey will have to join forces with the magic keys to defeat Dodge, a demonic creature that seems to be immortal, for good. We obviously hope to discover new keys and powers that are still just as spectacular in this final season, which will definitely close the doors of the Keyhouse mansion. Season 3 will arrive on Netflix on August 10.

Manifestseason 4

After saving black-mirror, Lucifer or Designated Survivor of a cancellation, Netflix recovered in extremis Manifest, formerly produced and broadcast on the NBC network. The mystery series inspired by Lost will therefore be entitled to a conclusion worthy of the name on the platform at the end of a season 4 which has taken a long time to see the light of day. Passengers on Flight 828 will have one last chance to understand how and why they traveled into the future when loved ones thought they were dead after a crash. Answers soon on Netflix.

sweettoothseason 2

The platform took advantage of its conference to confirm the end of the filming of season 2 of sweettooth, adapted from the comics by Jeff Lemire. The trailer takes us behind the scenes of the show to celebrate the rest of Gus’ adventures with Christian Convery and Nonso Anozie (Tommy). sweettooth takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where humans die and are gradually replaced by a hybrid species, half-human, half-animal. The young Gus, who has the attractions of a deer, must now learn to survive in this hostile world with, for only ally, a wanderer named Tommy. Season 2 will be coming soon to Netflix.

Warrior Nunseason 2

Netflix has also confirmed the upcoming return of one of its most outrageous and muscular original series of recent years. The girls of Warrior Nun, a series adapted from the eponymous comics by Ben Dunn, will return to break mouths to protect the warrior sisters. The badass nuns of the Catholic Church will continue to oppose the forces of evil, hoping that the action will still be there for this completely crazy proposal. See you this winter on Netflix to get to the bottom of it.

New series

Cabinet of Curiosities

After The Strain and Tales of Arcadia, Guillermo del Toro is back on the small screen in his favorite field: a horror series. And even more precisely an anthology of creepy and even creepy tales, gathered in a high-class cabinet of curiosities. On the program, eight horrific stories told by renowned directors in the genre, including Panos Cosmatos (mandy), Jennifer Kent (Mister Babadook), Vincenzo Natali (Splice) or Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight). We will also find a gala cast with Andrew Lincoln (The Walking Dead), Ben Barnes (Westworld), Crispin Glover (American Gods), Rupert “Ron Weasley” Grint and Sofia Boutella (Modern Love). Expected release later this year on Netflix.

One Piece

Netflix’s most exciting (but also disturbing) project has been talked about during Geeked Week. The platform takes us behind the scenes of the live action adaptation of One Piece, and more precisely in the studios where the impressive ships of the manga are partly recreated. Thereby, Iñaki Godoy, the interpreter of Luffy, and the showrunners Steven Maeda and Matt Owens show us in timelapse the construction of Baratie, the nomadic restaurant where the Straw Hat Pirates meet Sanji. We also discover some concept arts of the Miss Love Duck, Alvida’s boat, and of course the Vogue Merry, the first ship of Luffy and his companions. Something to raise the hype while waiting for the end of filming and a trailer worthy of the name.

The Imperfects

With The ImperfectsNetflix has potentially found the heir of Teen Wolf. This new creation from showrunner Dennis Heaton (The Order) mixes fantastic creatures, teenage dramas and human experimentation to the delight of fans of the genre. In this story of “coming of rage”, three teenagers discover bestial powers after being, against their will, the guinea pigs of an experiment carried out by malevolent scientists. Uncontrollable and eager for revenge, they will now try everything to find a way to reverse the process. Their quest for revenge will begin in 2022 on Netflix.

The Midnight Club

If you are a fan of horror and Netflix series, you must know the name of Mike Flanagan. The creator of the anthology The Haunting and midnight sermons returns with his new project called The Midnight Club. In an atmosphere for adults of Scare me !, the prolific showrunner invites us to walk through the doors of a dark and mysterious mansion where eight characters come together to tell spine-chilling stories. The series, based on the eponymous novels by Christopher Pike, promises some ghost-worthy chills from the Crain and Wingrave families. To discover from October 7 on Netflix.

resident Evil

After squatting in dark rooms for more than ten years under the leadership of director Paul WS Anderson, the franchise resident Evil hits the small screen. This summer, Netflix will offer a new adaptation of Capcom’s cult video games, in which the Umbrella Corporation will once again bring the world to ruin because of the Virus-t. We will discover a futuristic version of Raccoon City but also emblematic characters of the saga, including Wesker and Ethan Winters. Zombies hits Netflix July 14.


After American Gods and Good Omens, Neil Gaiman is once again adapting one of his iconic works for the small screen. This time he’s hitting Netflix with the ambitious Sandman, based on the eponymous graphic novel published in the late 1980s by Vertigo. As always with the American author, it’s a divine story full of metaphors that plays out on screen: Morpheus, the god of dreams, wakes up from a long sleep to discover that his kingdom has been destroyed. To restore order and recover his throne, he will have to ask for help from his demiurge allies but also face overpowered forces, which together form the Eternals. The Beginning of the Dream begins August 5 on Netflix.


For the first series of his career, Tim Burton will bring the famous Addams family up to date. Jenna Ortega (You, Scream) embodies the young heroine Mercredi, freshly arrived at the Nevermore Academy. There, she discovers psychic powers as powerful as they are terrifying, while the director Larissa Weems, lifelong rival of her mother Morticia, puts her through a daily ordeal. But when his town is hit by a series of gruesome murders, Mercredi decides to muster up his courage and lead the investigation. A promising series to be discovered soon on Netflix, with the presence of Catherine Zeta-Jones, Gwendoline Christie (Game Of Thrones), Christina Ricci (Yellowjackets) and Luis Guzmhasnot (Shameless) in the cast.


Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese, the creators of the acclaimed Darkare back soon with a promising mystery series. 1899 is described as an SF odyssey, where a group of migrants flee London on a steamboat in the hope of reaching New York. But during their trip, they will come across a strange ship that will turn their stopover into a real nightmare. The fans of Dark will be delighted to find some familiar faces in the cast, including Andreas Pietschmann who played the adult version of Jonas. 1899 coming to Netflix soon.