With rekindling of highly praised drama ‘Jessica Jones’ and casting of the much awaited series ‘Black Mirror,’ on Sunday, at the Television Critics Association’s winter press trip, Netflix announced dates for the returning and new series.
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Here are the 10 upcoming schedules
- February 11: LOVE- starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust, produced by Judd Apatow, it’s a comedy of Resolute Relationship.
2. February, 26: sequel to the 1990s sitcom, Fuller House debuts on this day.
3. March 4: Returning for the 4th season, Kevin Spacey’s House of cards will dramatize our political appetite.
4. April, 1: The Ranch: Comedy
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5. April, 15: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Comedy about a woman played by Ellie Kemper who starts a new life in New York after 15 year of escaping from a cult; Co-starring, Jane Krakowski and Tituss Burgess, co produced by Tina Fey.
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6. May, 5: Marseilles: a power struggle French series starring Gerard Depardieu as a mayor.
7. May 6: Grace and Frankie: Comedy, starruing Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda is a series about women whose respective husbands have left them to indulged in the gay relationship; it also stars Martin Sheen and Sam Waterson.
8. June 17: Orange is the New Black: In its 4th season, the series follows female inmates of Litchfield prison.
9. July 15: Stranger Things: Winona Ryder as one of the stars, this 8-episode series is a mystery about a boy who vanishes and faces, “top-secret experiments, supernatural forces and one very strange little girl.”
It's official: Baz Luhrmann's #TheGetDown premieres August 12.
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10. August 12: The Get Down: Musical Drama, Jaden Smith, Jimmy Smits and Giancarlo Esposito as the cast, set in 1970s new York City.