Depending on what Canon model you shoot, you'll either be very happy or very disappointed to know that the company is entirely forgoing releasing any EF lenses in 2019, focusing instead on releasing up to seven RF mirrorless lenses.
Canon Rumors is reporting that Canon is likely to release quite the collection of lenses in 2019. The interesting part is that Canon has said that no new EF lenses will come out this year, meaning all those new lenses will be mirrorless RF versions (and perhaps an EF-M lens).
This is partially not surprising, as one goal of Canon's is surely to expand their mirrorless lineup to quickly offer the most commonly used lenses, including the holy trinity of zooms (16-35mm, 24-70mm, and 70-200mm, all f/2.8) and likely some commonly used primes. Nonetheless, it's interesting to see them diving so quickly into the RF mount with nothing soon on the horizon for the EF mount. Hopefully, we'll see some sort of higher-level body to match the upcoming lenses, as the glass released so far has been quite good.
Head over to Canon Rumors to see the full report and list of potential upcoming lenses.