Narnia on Netlix: What We Know

Updated: January 1, 2019

Netflix is developing new content based on The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. This page will be updated regularly to include all known details.

All 7

This is the first time the rights to all seven Narnia books have been held by the same company.

Series and Movies

Producer Mark Gordon said this collaboration has “the capacity to translate the Narnia universe into both stellar feature-length and episodic programming.” What does that mean exactly? Listen to our discussion about this on Talking Beasts: The Narnia Podcast.

Not surprisingly, at least some of this content will be live-action.


Mark Gordon, Douglas Gresham, Vincent Sieber (executive producers for series, producers for features)


Netflix, Entertainment One, The C. S. Lewis Company


To be announced.


To be announced. (At this point, David Magee is not involved)


To be announced.

What happened to The Silver Chair movie?

Entertainment One and Sony were developing The Silver Chair with Director Joe Johnston and Screenwriter David Magee. Johnston said he hoped filming would begin in 2018 but that did not happen. Sony and David Magee are not involved with the Netflix productions at this point. Nothing more has been officially announced.


Will Netflix start over and do their version of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe? Will they pick up where the Walden Media movies left off and do The Silver Chair? Or perhaps another book? Nothing has been officially announced.

Narnia cinematic universe? (Speculation)

The original press release included the word “universe” 3 times, which caused some fans to speculate that we would see original content that expanded on the canon of C. S. Lewis. But, that is merely speculation at this point. Nothing of the sort has been officially announced.