Netflix announces premiere dates for original shows

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PASADENA, CA – Mark your calendars! Netflix has announced the season premiere dates for returning shows such as “Orange Is the New Black,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” and “Grace and Frankie,” as well as premiere dates for new shows, among them the much-anticipated Fuller House.

Here they are in the order of their premier dates:

  • Love (Feb. 11, 3:01 a.m. ET/12:01 PT),  relationship comedy starring Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs (Community), produced by Judd Apatow.
  • Fuller House, (Feb. 26) -The whole family is back, except for the Olsen twins, in the sequel to the 1990’s sitcom.
  • House of Cards   (March 4)Kevin Spacey’s political drama, returns for a fourth season.
  • Flaked (March 11) an eight-episode comedy starring Will Arnett as Chip, a self-appointed guru who falls in love with his friend’s crush.
  • The Ranch (April 1) a comedy reuniting That ’70s Show’s Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson. Kutcher stars as a failed semipro football player who returns home to a family ranch in Colorado, where his family lives. The show will air twice in 2016 with 10 episodes each time.
  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (April 15), the second season of an NBC-produced comedy about a woman (Ellie Kemper) who escapes from a cult after 15 years and starts a new life in New York.  Tina Fey is a producer.
  • Marseilles (May 5), Netflix’s first French production. It will follow the story of a man (played by Gerard Depardieu) who is the mayor of a city for 25 years who is facing a new, younger opponent.
  • Grace and Frankie (May 6), the second season of the comedy starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as women whose husbands leave them to start their own gay relationship. This show also stars Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen.
  • Orange is the New Black (June 17), the fourth season about the female inmates of Litchfield prison.
  • Stranger Things (July 15), an eight-episode series about a boy who vanishes in a mystery that involves “top-secret experiments, supernatural forces.”   Winona Ryder plays his mom.
  • The Get Down (Aug. 12),Baz Luhrman created this musical drama set in the South Bronx in the 1970s. Herizen Guardiola will star in the 13-episode series. (Only the first six episodes will be released on this date.)