All The Shows Coming To Netflix In 2017

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For many, a new year means taking time to reflect on the past year, celebrate accomplishments and memorable events, evaluate and figure out where there is room for improvement, and set new goals to crush.

And then there are those of us who find all the New Year’s hoopla to be redundant, overrated, and unnecessary. We’re the naysayers who say question why people feel so compelled to wait until January first to try something new or set a goal. We curse the “fakers” at the gym and the sudden wave of positivity.

We know we’ll be up to the same old tricks: going to work, coming home, and Netflix & chillin'. Luckily we can help with that. Here is a list of all the shows coming and returning to the streaming platform. Here’s a goal: Try to watch all of them.

*An exact release date has not been confirmed. Netflix is typically consistent with releasing original content around the same time each year, in some cases we have included a release month consistent with previous seasons.

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One Day At A Time (January 6, 2017)
This sitcom reboot stars Justina Machado.
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A Series Of Unfortunate Events (January 13, 2017)
Lemony Snicket's classic saga is getting the TV treatment.
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Santa Clarita Diet (February 3, 2017)
Drew Barrymore is the star and executive producer of this new Netflix original.
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Love (February 2017)*
This hilarious rom-com will probably be available just in time for Valentine's Day.
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House of Cards (February/March 2017)*
Let's hope Frank's bid for re-election isn't as traumatic as our recent real-life election. But it probably will be.
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Iron Fist (March 17, 2017)
This Marvel character is ready for his Netflix debut.
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Flaked (March 2017)*
Spoiler alert: It's not that great. But if you're into subpar shows, catch up for season 2.
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Grace and Frankie (May 2017)*
Who knew a show about divorced retirees could be this good? I can't wait for season 3.
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Lady Dynamite (May 2017)*
Season 2 of the show based loosely on Maria Bamford's life is coming.
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Sense8 (May 5, 2017)
This sci-fi drama will be back for all the nerdy TV buffs.
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Bill Nye Saves The World (Spring 2017)
Our favorite science guy is back.
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Orange Is The New Black (June 2017)*
If you're ready to be further traumatized by the events of Litchfield (RIP Poussey), season 4 will likely be back in June.
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Hot Wet American Summer (July 2017)*
Short shorts for all.
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Stranger Things (July 2017)*
Get ready for season 2 of the creepiest show on Netflix.
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Narcos (September 2017)*
Who will take over the cartel? Find out in season 3.
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Master of None (November 2017)*
Aziz Ansari's comedy-drama is gearing up for season 2.
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Longmire (Fall 2017)
The crime drama returns for it's sixth and final season.
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Real Rob (December 2017)*
Another glimpse into the life of Rob Schneider.
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F is For Family (December 2017)*
Netflix's original animated series for adults will be back in the new year.
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Anne (2017)*
Netflix will bring a drama series based on the novel Anne of Green Gables in 2017.
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Crazyhead (2017)*
A British horror-comedy with a Black girl lead. Yaaaaas!
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Girlboss (2017)*
Britt Robertson will play the lead in Sophia Amoruso's book of the same title.
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Gyspy (2017)*
Naomi Watts is the leading lady in this upcoming psychological drama.
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Kiss Me First (2017)*
Simona Brown will play the lead in this thriller about a video game addict.
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Mystery Science Theater 3000 (2017)*
You can expect 14 episodes of the science cult classic.
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The Get Down (2017)*
The taste of the hip hop history drama we got last year was only the first half of the inaugural season. The second half will air in 2017.
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