Netflix Has Announced The Premiere Dates For 13 Of Its Original Shows And Films

Get ready. Get set. BINGE WATCH!

Okay, not yet, but now that Netflix has announced the release dates of 13 of its original shows in 2016 we’re oh-so-much closer to being able to get our binge on.

Now these aren’t the release dates for ALL 31 of Netflix’s original series (yes, 31, and who knows how many movies) they have slated for 2016, but it does include a whole bunch of new shows as well as some series that we’ve already spent many, many hours watching.

January 23: Chelsea Does Chelsea Handler finally makes her return to TV and can stop posting boob pics.

February 11: Love Another Judd Apatow project to look forward to watching.

February 26: Fuller House The Tanner gang is getting back together. (Well, almost all of them.)

February 26: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny The long-awaited (?) sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

March 4: House of Cards Congressman Frank Underwood is back!

March 11: Flaked Will Arnett gives it another go.

April 1: The Ranch Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson are back together.

April 15: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt You should already know this one.

May 5: Marseille Gerard Depardieu as the incumbent mayor faces an election.

May 6: Grace and Frankie Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return.

June 17: Orange Is the New Black You should also already know this one as well.

July 15: Stranger Things Hey, it’s Winona Ryder! Remember her?

August 12: The Get Down Takes place in 1970s New York City.

Now all we really need to know is when is Jessica Jones coming back? Because, thank goodness, we know that it IS coming back we just don’t know when yet.

H/T Business Insider

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