August 10, March 16, Netflix has a large slate of original shows coming to the streaming service in Release dates for every single program have yet to be revealed, but returning favorites like Stranger Things and BoJack Horseman, and newcomers such as The Defenders will soon be on your screens along with a host of other series. Further shows are slated to be released in , though exact dates have not yet been specified. Here are the original shows coming to Netflix this year.
The second season follows Mickey Gillian Jacobs as she navigates her relationship with Gus Paul Rust and deals with her addiction to sex and love.
Sure, this series is technically for children. But learning about the performing arts from Julie Andrews feels like a timeless activity. The show has stirred controversy with accusations of whitewashing from critics and fans. Samurai Gourmet March The Japanese live-action series is based on the essay and manga by Masayuki Kusumi in which Takeshi Kasumi discovers his inner samurai and a love for food.
Grace and Frankie March Two seasons after their husbands announced they were in love with each other, Grace Jane Fonda and Frankie Lily Tomlin are moving on and trying to get their sex toy business for older women off the ground. Emilia Urquiza, played by Kate del Castillo, is the ambitious first lady of Mexico in this political drama. In the tapes, Hannah reveals there are 13 reasons why she chose to end her life—and Clay may be one of them.
Bill Nye Saves the World April Featuring correspondents like Karlie Kloss and special guests like Zach Braff, Nye explores subjects such as global warming, GMOs, alternative medicine and advances in technology.
Dear White People April May Sense8 May 5: Season 2 opens with the Sensates on the run from Whispers Terrence Mann as they try to connect with each other—all while keeping the group safe. Master of None May Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt May In the third season, the unflappable Kimmy Schmidt Ellie Kemper continues to attempt to reclaim her life after being freed from fifteen years of captivity.
House of Cards May F Is for Family May The second season of this s-set cartoon takes viewers back to a different kind of time. Season 4 ended on a bleak and violent note at Litchfield Penitentiary. The fifth season—set over the course of three days —will pick up on the deep divisions in the prison after the shocking death of a fan-favorite character. Advertisement July Castlevania July 7: Inspired by the classic video game series, this series follows a vampire hunter who fights to save a city taken over by beasts that are controlled by Dracula.
Friends From College July Advertisement August Atypical August Watch this coming of age story told from the perspective of an year-old boy on the autism spectrum whose aim to find love sets his family on a changing path.
The Defenders August Advertisement September Narcos September 1: BoJack Horseman September 8: Your favorite depressed talking horse comes back for a new season of animal jokes, whiskey guzzling and existential crises. Advertisement October Stranger Things Oct. Things are turning upside down on the second season of Stranger Things —just in time for Halloween. Based on the book Mind Hunter: David Fincher and Charlize Theron have both signed on as executive producers.
Lee will direct the episodes. Advertisement December The Crown December 8: Season 2 finds Queen Elizabeth fighting to keep the British monarchy together while handling personal life crises. Advertisement TBA Netflix has not yet announced official release dates for some returning series, although it has renewed several shows. Popular programs like Lady Dynamite and The OA will return to the streaming service for at least another season each.