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Netflix sets premiere dates for new and returning series

So much to stream from Netflix this year

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Netflix had a flurry of announcements today, confirming release dates and season renewals for over a dozen popular series. The hit streaming service boasts a base of over 93M users, and it has over 1,000 hours of new series, films, stand-up specials, documentaries and more for lined-up for 2017. Below you can find the premiere dates for new and returning series, along with links to the latest teasers and trailer shown at today’s event.

“We aren’t in the business of creating ‘one size fits all’ programming, or building slates to fill a finite number of hours of a programming grid,” said Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer at Netflix. “We’re catering to a dynamic world full of people with different tastes – and as a result, no two Netflix experiences are alike – we want to have something for everyone to enjoy.”

“The beautiful thing about the internet is that it has ushered in a new era of television centered on delivering the best possible experience to millions of people around the world — with the singular goal of connecting people with stories they’ll love,” said Todd Yellin, Vice President of Product. “Human beings have incredibly diverse and unique tastes — each person is more than the demographic group they belong to. At Netflix, we not only have a catalogue that meets the needs of these tastes and moods, but we use our technology to ensure we surface the right story to the right person at the right moment.”

Today at the Hudson Mercantile in New York, Netflix confirmed release dates and screened trailers for its new and upcoming series, as well as many popular returning series.

It was confirmed today that “Bill Nye Saves The World” will premiere on April 21, 2017, and that “Orange Is The New Black” season 5 will be available on June 9, 2017. Netflix released a trailer for “Marvel’s Iron Fist” this week, and screened a first-look clip featuring Colleen Wing.

The Netflix Original “The OA” is getting a second-season, called “The OA Part II“. Netflix also confirmed that “Love” and “Chef’s Table” will be coming back for a third-season, and a preview clip was shown for Chef’s Table.

Anne” will now premiere on May 12, 2017, and “Dear White People” will launch on April 28, 2017. Project “MC2” has been picked up for Seasons 4 and 5 and will have a special episode launching on February 14, 2017.

The series “Buddy Thunderstruck” will premiere on March 10, 2017, and a “Castlevania” series is also coming to Netflix this year. The premiere of “Girlboss” will launch on April 21, 2017, and the company previewed a bit of “Travelers,” which is coming back for a second season. It was also confirmed that Kate McKinnon will voice Ms. Frizzle in “The Magic School Bus: Rides Again,” and Patricia Clarkson and Campbell Scott will join House of Cards Season 5.

Other premieres that were confirmed today include; “Casting JonBenet” on April 28, 2017, “Grace and Frankie” on March 24, 2017.