Don’t freak out but Netflix just announced it’s bringing a whopping 21 original films to the streaming service this year.

I’m not entirely sure how it’s humanly possible to produce 21 individual films in one year, but apparently it is, and hopefully only like seven of them are tacky Christmas films.

The announcement comes after four Netflix Originals copped Golden Globe nominations this year. The Irishman, Marriage Story, Dolemite Is My Name and The Two Popes are all in the running for a Globe tomorrow, with a number of Netflix names being tossed around for the Oscars in February.

The company took to the Netflix Film Twitter account to drop a “handy list” of everything we can expect from the streaming giant (so far).

Some of the films on the list have already been announced, like EurovisionThe Kissing Booth 2 and To All The Boys: PS I Love You (which is NOT a cinematic cross over between PS I Love You and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before).

We’re also getting not one, but two films The Prom and The Boys In The Band by Ryan Murphy, the genius behind Glee and American Horror Story. 

The Prom, which had previously been announced, tells the story of a lesbian teenager who’s banned from, you guessed it, prom. Luckily, a team of Broadway eccentrics band together to fight back against the injustice. Oh, and did I mention it stars Nicole Kidman, James Corden and Meryl Fucking Streep?

We’re copping Taylor Swift’s documentary Miss Americana as well as Crip Camp – a documentary produced by Barack and Michelle Obama about “a revolution [that] blossomed at a summer camp for teens with disabilities” down the road from Woodstock.

But it doesn’t stop there, no.

There’s The Platform, which is… something.

Mark Wahlberg plays an ex-cop (shocking, I know) in Spenser Confidential, where he moves in with an aspiring MMA fighter and the pair form an unlikely crime-fighting duo who solve a double homicide. Yes, Marky Mark is playing a cop again. No, this is not The Other Guys, Patriots Day, Shooter, Lone Survivor, 2Guns, Broken City or any other film in which Mark Wahlberg plays a cop or some sort of gun-wielding man.

And to end on a festive note, we’ve got Jingle Jangle to look forward to next Christmas.

The full list (so far) includes:

  • The Old Guard
  • Miss Americana
  • Mank
  • Uncorked
  • Rebecca
  • Hillbilly Elegy
  • Da 5 Bloods
  • The Boys In The Band
  • To All The Boys: PS I Love You
  • Eurovision
  • I’m Thinking Of Ending Things
  • All The Bright Places
  • The Last Thing He Wanted
  • A Fall From Grace
  • Tigertail
  • The Willoughbys
  • The Kissing Booth 2
  • The Half Of It
  • Dick Johnson Is Dead
  • The Platform
  • Crip Camp
  • Spenser Confidential
  • Sergio
  • Over The Moon
  • Coffee & Kareem
  • The Prom
  • Out Of The Fire
  • Lost Girls
  • Jingle Jangle
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