What’s New On Netflix: New Seasons Of Queer Eye & Cobra Kai

Viewers can also look forward to The Lost Daughter, Maggie Gyllenhaal’s acclaimed directorial debut.

A still from 'Queer Eye.'
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Ulrika Malm

Anxious People

This adaptation of Fredrik Backman’s bestselling novel begins with a failed bank robbery and moves onto an unplanned hostage crisis, all while maintaining a surprisingly funny tone.

Coming Dec. 29


Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer

This true crime docu-series looks back at Times Square in the 1970s, focusing on crimes committed by a serial murderer.

Coming Dec. 29

Walter Wehner


Still grieving over the death of her brother, a German teen’s life begins to spin out of control when she gets swept up in a rich clique of skiers.

Coming Dec. 30


Hilda and the Mountain King

Fans of Hilda, the animated series based on Luke Pearson’s award-winning graphic novels, rejoice: The titular heroine is back for a feature-length adventure.

Coming Dec. 30


The Lost Daughter

In her directorial debut, Maggie Gyllenhaal adapts a novel by Italian writer Elena Ferrante. The story follows a middle-aged woman (Olivia Colman), who reckons with her complicated feelings about motherhood.

Coming Dec. 31


Cobra Kai (Season 4)

The popular reboot returns for its fourth season. This time around, the dojos are forced to team up in an attempt to defeat Cobra Kai at a big tournament.

Coming Dec. 31


Queer Eye (Season 6)

The Fab Five return for a sixth season, this time set in Austin, Texas.

Coming Dec. 31

James Stack

Stay Close

Based on Harlan Coben’s bestselling novel, Stay Close follows four very different people, all of whom are keeping secrets from the ones they love.

Coming Dec. 31


The Hook Up Plan (Season 3)

This romantic French dramedy returns for its third and final season.

Coming Jan. 1

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