It’s a huge mystery how Netflix promotes things. I mean they just released Henry Sugar trailer when they will stream it in just a few days! I would be worried if it hadn’t already received acclaim at Venice and I also realized that they did the same with their last Adam Sandler movie, with his own daughter as the star of the film, and it not just was a hit (according to their system) but was very well received by critics. On the other hand, they released TPOTD trailer weeks before it premiered at Venice but also months before it was on stream and I remember they published photos of an already forgotten Sandra Bullock serious film when they were shooting it.
Anyway, I saw they posted photos of a new Sofia Vergara series that they plan to stream in January.
I checked and it was filmed exactly in January last year. A few of their productions are streamed exactly a year after their shooting. “Eric” began its shooting early last year in February. It would be nice if they announce something about it but again, who knows how Netflix works! There are also a lot of Netflix series waiting for a date (that’s one of the reasons I don’t think the strikes are hurting them too much! I checked their future productions and they just have a lot of stuff already finished and waiting for release).
For starters, Sister also produced this comedy series,
It was filmed in August, 2022 but it still hasn’t a date. It’s already added on the Netflix site but without images nor a date.
Then there is that Andrew Scott series about Tom Ridley which was made by Showtime but bought by Netflix. It sounds interesting! It was shot in 2021 but still without a date on Netflix. TBF this one was bought by Netflix much later but in theory it was already finished so in they could had have released it immediately after the buying.
Anyway, I hope Eric is released much sooner than those two and that they do some promotion with some time.