Netflix recently earned a bunch of Golden Globe nominations for its original series House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black, including best TV series in the drama and comedy categories, respectively. Not content to rest on those laurels, Netflix plans to introduce eight new, original series in 2015, and Digital Trends has the details.
From Digital Trends
With the tremendous success of shows like House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, Netflix is ramping up its original series lineup for 2015 with a total of 8 new series:
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (March)
Sense8 (Launch TBA)
F Is for Family (Launch TBA)
A.K.A. Jessica Jones (Launch TBA)
Between (Launch TBA)
Grace and Frankie (Launch TBA)
In addition to these shows for mom and dad, Netflix also has plans to launch a selection of children's programming next year, along with various documentaries, like one on the late singer and activist Nina Simone. Also on tap for 2016 is Netflix's first talk show format with Chelsea Handler. And,of course who can forget the Season 3 premieres for both House of Cards and OITNB? Looks like Netflix has plenty of goodies up its sleeves for subscribers to unwrap all through the year.
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