Netflix releases its Fall preview schedule


Netflix has a plethora of new original films spanning different genres including a Bill Burr comedy, a Spy Kids sequel and French heist film.

Netflix has been boasting about their film slate for 2023 after a successful 2022. The streaming giant already put out such content as Arnold, a documentary about Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as an action comedy starring the legend with FUBAR. The platform pushed their additional action flicks like the newly released Heart of Stone, The Mother and Extraction 2. Award season will bring such titles as The Killer and Maestro, and now Netflix is promoting a bevy of other titles in various genres for the rest of the year.

The streamer has released a list of original films that are scheduled for the fall. You can view the full list on TUDUM here.

Love at First Sight

Love at First SightSeptember 15

After missing her flight from New York to London, Hadley (Haley Lu Richardson) meets Oliver (Ben Hardy) in a chance encounter at the airport that sparks an instant connection. A long night on the plane together passes in the blink of an eye but upon landing at Heathrow, the pair are separated and finding each other in the chaos seems impossible. Will fate intervene to transform these seatmates into soulmates?
Starring Haley Lu Richardson, Ben Hardy, Jameela Jamil, Rob Delaney, Sally Phillips, and Dexter Fletcher and directed by Vanessa Caswill

El Conde

El CondeOn Netflix September 15 | In Select Theaters September 7

The story revolves around Augusto Pinochet who is not dead but an aged vampire who, after 250 years in this world, has decided to die once and for all, due to ailments brought about by his dishonor and family conflicts.
Starring Jaime Vadell, Gloria Münchmeyer, Alfredo Castro, Paula Luchsinger and directed by Pablo Larraín

Spy Kids: Armageddon

Spy Kids: ArmageddonSeptember 22

When the children of the world’s greatest secret agents unwittingly help a powerful game developer unleash a computer virus that gives him control of all technology, they must become spies themselves to save their parents and the world.
Starring Gina Rodriguez, Zachary Levi, Everly Carganilla, Connor Esterson, Billy Magnussen, D.J. Cotrona and directed by Robert Rodriguez

Fair Play

Fair PlayOn Netflix October 13 | In Select Theaters September 29 

When a coveted promotion at a cutthroat financial firm arises, once supportive exchanges between lovers Emily (Phoebe Dynevor) and Luke (Alden Ehrenreich) begin to sour into something more sinister. As the power dynamics irrevocably shift in their relationship, the couple must face the true price of success and the unnerving limits of ambition. In her feature debut, writer-director Chloe Domont weaves a taut relationship thriller, staring down the destructive gender dynamics that pit partners against each other in a world that’s transforming faster than the rules can keep up. Also starring Eddie Marsan, Rich Sommer, and Sebastian de Souza, Fair Play unravels the uncomfortable collision of empowerment and ego.
Starring Phoebe Dynevor, Alden Ehrenreich, Eddie Marsan and directed by Chloe Domont

Old Dads

Old DadsOctober 20

Three best friends become fathers later in life and find themselves battling preschool principals, millennial CEOs, and anything created after 1987.
Starring Bill Burr, Bobby Cannavale, Bokeem Woodbine, Katie Aselton, Reign Edwards, Miles Robbins, Jackie Tohn, Rachael Harris and directed by Bill Burr


Wingwomen (Voleuses)November 1

Best friends Carole and Alex are two master thieves — they’re both attractive and ruthless, and remain undefeated. Tired of life on the run, they agree to take on one last heist and ask feisty Sam to assist them in one last job — unlike any they’ve done before. They don’t realize the mission will turn out to be very different from what they expected.
Starring Adèle Exharchopoulos, Mélanie Laurent, Manon Bresch,  Philippe Katerine, Félix Moat, and Isabelle Adjani in the role of Marraine and directed by Mélanie Laurent

Best Christmas Ever

Best. Christmas. Ever!November 16

Every Christmas, Jackie sends a boastful holiday newsletter that makes her old college friend Charlotte feel like a lump of coal. When a twist of fate lands Charlotte and her family on Jackie’s snowy doorstep just days before Christmas, she seizes the opportunity to prove her old friend’s life can’t possibly be that perfect.
Starring Heather Graham, Brandy Norwood, Matt Cedeño and Jason Biggs. Also starring Wyatt Hunt, Abby Villasmil, Madison Skye Validum and directed by Mary Lambert

May December

May DecemberUS and Canada December 1 | In Select Theaters November 17

Twenty years after their notorious tabloid romance gripped the nation, a married couple buckles under the pressure when an actor arrives to do research for a film about their past.
Starring Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore, Charles Melton and directed by Todd Haynes

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