Hot on the heels of announcing a second season of Jessica Jones and a possible standalone Punisher series, Netflix has announced the premiere dates of a few of its most well-received shows, as well as a handful of newcomers.
The first premiere on the way is season two of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. The comedy, led by The Office’s Ellie Kemper and also starring Tituss Burgess and Jane Krakowski, returns on Friday, April 15, Variety reports. The show has also already been renewed for a third season, according to Deadline.
Next up is the second season of Grace and Frankie, which premieres on Friday, May 6. Starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as the titular main characters, the show was also greenlit for a third season last month. Finally, the hit Orange is the New Black returns for its fourth season this summer, premiering on Friday, June 17.
Netflix has also revealed premiere dates for some of its new shows. The Ranch, a comedy reuniting That ’70s Show’s Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson and also starring Sam Elliot and Debra Winger, premieres on Friday, April 1. The Gérard Depardieu political drama Marseille, Netflix’s first French language original, airs Friday, May 5.
Stranger Things, an eight-episode supernatural drama starring Winona Ryder premieres on Friday, July 15. The first part of Baz Luhrman’s The Get Down, a music-driven drama set in New York during the 1970s, airs on Friday, August 12. This will be the first six episodes of a planned 13-episode season, with no word on when the rest of the episodes will air.
While the above shows are all aimed at adults, Netflix is focusing more on programming for kids and teens as well, with Lost & Found Music Studios, a live-action drama following a group of teenage musicians, airing on April 1. The animated series Kong: King of the Apes airs April 15, while Word Party, a vocabulary building show for preschoolers, comes to the service on June 3.
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