They're coming back! It might seem like there's an endless supply of Netflix Original shows, but only some are good enough to make the cut for another season. These series are all returning within the next year for another round of entertaining fun.
You'll want to add these shows to your watchlist so that you can binge-watch them before another season is added to the streamer.
With ratings well over 70%, you can trust both Netflix and film critics for recommending the best content.
While you wait for a new season of your favourite series to drop, check out the new arrivals in August to look forward to.
Rating: 86% on Rotten Tomatoes
This teen drama follows a teenager who joins forces with his three BFFs to hunt down a long lost treasure that's tied to the disappearance of his father.
Variety reported last week that Outer Banks is renewed for season two.
Rating: 73% on Rotten Tomatoes
Jamie Lynn Spears and JoAnna Garcia share the screen in this romance series about lifelong friends living in a southern town that juggle their professional and dating lives together.
Sweet Magnolias was renewed for a second season late last week, per Variety.
Rating: 78% on Rotten Tomatoes
Grey's Anatomy alum Martin Henderson stars in this romantic series about a nurse practitioner who makes the big move to LA and meets an intriguing man in her new home.
What's On Netflix recently reported that Virgin River got the green light for a third season, ahead of the season two premiere.
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Rating: 87% on Rotten Tomatoes
The German comedy-drama follows a nerdy teenager who starts selling drugs out of his bedroom in a bid to win back the love of his life, and ends up becoming a successful drug dealer in his town.
Deadline reported this week that a third season is coming soon.
The Dragon Prince
Rating: 93% on Rotten Tomatoes
Animation lovers can sink their teeth into this adventure series about two princes who form an unlikely bond with an assassin that was sent to kill them.
The Dragon Prince was very recently renewed for a whopping four more seasons, per Screen Rant.
Rating: 86% on Google
This drama is named after lead character Valeria, a writer that finds herself at a dead-end in both her career and marriage and enlists the help of her friends to get her back on track.
Oprah Mag reported in June that this Spanish version of Sex and the City will be back with season two.
Rating: 70% on Rotten Tomatoes
Coming from South Africa, this action drama follows a highly trained secret agent that fights crime while also dealing with her own personal battles.
Netflix renewed Queen Sono for a second season back in April.