In an effort to put an embargo on “Netflix and Chill” jokes, I’m about to present to you every new bit of information that Netflix is unleashing on their 2016 lineup without making said joke. For whatever reason, they chose a day where one-third of the American workforce is sitting at home hungover celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which could actually be genius given the fact that everyone’s going to be absolutely craving Netflix in an effort to cure their Monday Scaries.
First, Netflix unveiled the dates for eight series, both new and returning.
Okay, if you didn’t catch all that, here’s what you missed:
Flaked: March 11
The Ranch: April 1
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — Season 2: April 15
Marseille: May 5
Grace & Frankie — Season 2: May 6
Orange Is The New Black — Season 4: June 17
Stranger Things: July 15
The Get Down: August 12
To get you super jacked up for OITNB, here’s the new trailer (also released today).
…along with the date announcement video for Marseille, wich definitely does not feel like a Sunday show.
With House of Cards starting March 4, they also released a new trailer promoting everyone’s favorite 2016 Presidential candidate, Frank Underwood.
There’s also going to be a new Hannibal Buress special, which is hopefully better than his television show.
And finally, two new teasers for Chelsea Handler’s new show as well, which will be a 4-part documentary series on her experiences with marriage, racism, Silicon Valley, and drugs.
First, the drugs.
And then, the racism.
Man, Netflix going hard in the paint in 2016 is great news not only for television enthusiasts, but hungover assholes with nothing better to do as well. .
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