Your handy guide to Netflix's 2016 premiere dates
Clear your calendars and take to the couches: The 2016 premiere dates for a considerable chunk of Netflix's original programming has dropped into our collective laps. Even better, the streaming service is diving right in with two of their most hotly anticipated shows. Here's the rundown:
Judd Apatow's aptly titled relationship comedy premieres just in time to nurse your Valentine's hangover.
February 26:Fuller House.
Yup, every '90s baby's favorite sitcom gets the reboot treatment, complete with cameo appearances from the entire original cast.
March 4th: House Of Cards.
We'll finally get to learn the fate of Washington's most powerful couple when the show returns for its fourth season.
One the one hand, it's a new comedy created by and starring Will Arnett. On the other, his post-Arrested development track record hasn't been pristine.
There may be a new showrunner on board, but most of the core cast, including Rosario Dawson, are back to reprise their roles. Stephen Rider and Jon Bernthal also join this season, as Blake Tower and The Punisher, respectively.
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April 1st:The Ranch.
Enter a comedy which reunites That 70s Show alums Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson as brothers who run a ranching business in Colorado. Also premiering is Lost & Found Music Studios, a live action show about teen musicians struggling to navigate the music industry.
April 15th:The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Mid-April brings the second installment of Tina Fey's hilarious comedy, along with the debut of Kong: King of the Apes, an animated series for kids which promises a fresh take on the classic tale.
Continuing Netflix's solid run with foreign shows, this intriguing political drama set in France stars Gérard Depardieu.
May 6th: Grace and Frankie.
The Jane Fonda-Lily Tomlin comedy returns with its second season.
June 3rd:Word Party.
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June 17th:Orange Is The New Black.
Break out your best orange jumpsuit because the fourth season of everyone's favorite prison dramedy returns.
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July 15th:Stranger Things. A new drama/mystery about the supernatural occurrences that come to light when a young boy vanishes.
August 12:The Get Down.
And finally, the first part of Baz Luhrmann's musical drama set in gritty 1970s New York City arrives.
But if all that wasn't enough to keep you streaming all the way into fall, Netflix has also announced that Marvel's Jessica Jones has been renewed for a second season, and casting has begun for the next installment of Black Mirror.