Netflix original movies coming in 2023 that we're most excited to see

"You People" (January 27)

Cultures clash in a major way in the feature-directing debut for "Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris.

"Pamela, A Love Story" (January 31)

This documentary used personal videos and diaries to delve into the life of Pamela Anderson and chronicle her rise to fame in the 1990s,

"Your Place or Mine" (February 10)

From director Aline Brosh McKenna (screenwriter of "The Devil Wears Prada" and cocreator of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"),

"Luther: The Fallen Sun" (March)

The popular TV series starring Idris Elba as detective John Luther gets the big-screen treatment as Elba sets out again to solve another caper.

"The Mother" (May)

Jennifer Lopez teams with "Mulan" director Niki Caro for this action drama in which Lopez plays an ex-assassin who comes out of hiding to help out the estranged daughter she left behind.

"Extraction 2" (TBA)

This long-awaited sequel to the hit 2020 action movie has Chris Hemsworth returning to play mercenary Tyler Rake.

"Heart of Stone" (TBA)

Gal Gadot stars in this spy thriller from the production company behind "Top Gun: Maverick" and director Tom Harper ("The Aeronauts").

"Irish Wish" (TBA)

Lindsay Lohan follows up her Netflix Christmas movie "Falling for Christmas" with this romantic comedy in which she plays a bridesmaid who wakes to find herself as the bride-to-be after making a wish for true love.

"The Killer" (TBA)

David Fincher's next directing effort will be a neo-noir action movie based on the French graphic novel by Alexis Nolent.