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Netflix Trailers: New International Shows ‘1983’, ‘Dogs of Berlin’, and Docu-Series ‘Our Planet’

Netflix can’t stop, won’t stop! There was a time when the streaming service was primarily known for providing subscribers with other people‘s content. Those days are gone! Week after week, the streaming giant unleashes new original programming, and you, the hungry viewing public, lap it up like a lioness of the Serengeti lapping up the blood of a fresh kill. Below, check out some new Netflix trailers for international shows 1983 and Dogs of Berlin, and the Planet Earth–like docu-series Our Planet.

1983 Trailer

1983 looks plenty moody and chilly. There’s style to spare in this trailer – lots of frosty landscapes, blue-tinted shots, and a grumbly narrator. And then there’s an explosion. The series has to do with secrets surrounding a terrorist attack that happened in (you guessed it) 1983. Twenty years later, a group of unlikely rebels band together to uncover those secrets. 1983 streams on Netflix November 30, 2018.

Dogs of Berlin Trailer

In Dogs of Berlin, “the death of a high-profile football star leads two contrasting police officers into a battle with Berlin’s underworld as tensions mount throughout the city.” Like the 1983 trailer above, this looks gritty and moody – perhaps Netflix has a type they’re drawn to. This series looks a bit more exciting than 1983, or perhaps that’s just because of how flashy this trailer is, complete with words slamming on the screen in sync with the music. Dogs of Berlin is streaming December 7, 2018.
  Our Planet Trailer

And now for something completely different! Our Planet is from the creators of the fascinating docu-series Planet Earth, and even has the same narrator: Sir David Attenborough. This visual stunning series takes viewers through some of the world’s most precious natural habitats. It’s a nice reminder that while everything seems like a constant garbage fire, there is actual beauty out there…somewhere. Our Planet streams April 5, 2019.