Netflix will surely delight its subscribers with its new and old Netflix series this year. It can be said that the Internet television network spent millions for its original series and the entertainment company is willing to spend more to satisfy its viewers.
The Netflix original series will cover various genre for the different audiences. There will be comedy, drama, documentaries and also kids shows. Since some original Netflix series are about to end this year, the entertainment company aims for its subscribers to continue with their subscription. This can only be done by making sure it comes up with quality shows.
Time Entertainment provided a list of Netflix shows and it included the release dates for those series to be released from march to October this year. Although it did not provide that dates for the repeat series like The Crown, Lady Dynamite, and The OA.
March. Two interesting series will be launched on March 24, "Grace and Frankie" and the political drama "Ingobernable" will be making its debut before this month ends. Also, "13 Reasons Why" will be shown on March 31.
April. "The Get Down" will be released on April 7, "Bille Nye Saves the World" on April 21, "Girlboss" on April 21 and "Dear White People" on April 28.
May. "The Sense 8" is expected to be released on May 5. It will be followed by 2 series, "Anne and Master of None" on March 12 while "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" Season 3 on May 19. "House of Cards" Season 5 will be rolling on May 30.
June. The Season 4 of "Orange Is The New Black" will again grace subscribers' TV screen on June 9 while "Alison Brie" will premiere on June 23.
October. "Stranger Things" Season 2 will debut on October 31. On the other hand, Charlize Theron and David Fincher-produced "Mindhunter" which is also reported to be released in October but with no confirmed dates yet.
Meanwhile, Netflix will soon have a new rating system using a "binary thumbs up and down". Todd Yelling, Netflix executive revealed that it ill be called the Siskel and Ebert-ian system. The system was formed in order to help subscribers make their user experience more personal according to Entertainment News.