Netflix is unleashing a steady stream of new movies, TV series, comedy specials, live concert flicks, and documentaries all year long. As we did in 2016, we're compiling and updating a list of the service's most intriguing originals. Don't be surprised when you lose entire weekends to binge-watching these titles.
Amy Schumer: The Leather Special
The comedienne's latest special, which she directed and filmed at Denver's Bellco Theatre, brings the heat on binge drinking, relationships, and brave nudes.
Buddy Thunderstruck (Season 1)
The stop-motion adventures of a semi-truck-racing dog who loves dancing and refuses to lose.
Gerard McMurray's Sundance competitor follows a top fraternity pledge as he considers speaking out against his college's violent hazing rituals.
Love (Season 2)
The next installment of Judd Apatow's comedy series promises smoking and awkward dance parties. You in?
One More Time (Season 1)
Per the streamer, a fantasy drama that "follows an indie band singer who repeatedly undergoes unwanted time slips and the girlfriend he must save from an unlucky fate."
Beau Séjour (Season 1)
When a teenage girl wakes up bloodied and confused in a hotel room, she's tasked with solving her own murder -- sucks because only a few people can see her.
Deidra & Laney Rob a Train
This crime dramedy, from director Sydney Freeland (Emmy-nominated Her Story), tells the story of two sisters who turn to train robbery after their mother ends up in jail.
Iron Fist (Season 1)
Danny Rand (Finn Jones, aka Loras from Game of Thrones) wants you to know 2017 won't be without appetizing Marvel fare.
Julie's Greenroom (Season 1)
An educational children's arts show that stars Julie Andrews and comes from Jim Henson Studios.
Park Jong-woo's disaster movie about an earthquake that sends a small Korean town into an atomic crisis.
Samurai Gourmet (Season 1)
A live-action rendition of Masayuki Kusumi's essay and manga of the same name.
The comedian unspools two stand-up specials -- The Age of Spin (filmed in March 2016 at LA's Palladium) and Deep in the Heart of Texas (an Austin City Limits Live performance from April 2015) -- on the same night.
Ingobernable (Season 1)
Kate del Castillo takes a turn as the first lady of Mexico, intent on fighting for peace and change, in this Spanish-language political drama.
The Most Hated Woman in America
Tommy O'Haver's biopic about Madalyn Murray O'Hair, long known as the head atheist activist of the US.
13 Reasons Why
Adapted from Jay Asher's novel, Reasons follows teen Clay Jensen as he discovers the motivations behind his crush's suicide.
Jason Segel and Rooney Mara co-star in this sci-fi love story, one in which everyone looks sad and the afterlife has been scientifically verified.
Five Came Back
A three-part docu-series, based on Mark Harris' book of the same name, that details how World War II changed Hollywood and vice versa.
Louis C.K.: 2017
The first of two specials the comedian has in store for 2017 -- this first one was filmed in Washington, DC.
The Get Down -- Part II
Stephen Adly Guirgis and Baz Luhrmann's historic hip-hop saga returns to take the cast's music from minor to major league.
Win It All
Eddie Garrett (New Girl's Jake Johnson) takes care of his friend's duffel bag, full of cash, while the latter's away at prison. Problem: Eddie's a gambler.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Season 1)
Joel Hodgson's tongue-in-cheek B-movie showcase re-debuts as a reboot -- that means new episodes and new faces.
The third movie in Adam Sandler's four-picture deal with Netflix; it looks like it could maybe be some sort of Billy Madison sequel. Maybe.
Bill Nye Saves the World (Season 1)
Bill's back on the screen with this talk show, hopefully one episode of which is devoted to debating everyone's new favorite scientist, B.o.B.
Girlboss (Season 1)
Kay Cannon's comedy about Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso's real-life rise to fashion and entrepreneurial stardom.
A fresh look at the unsolved murder of JonBenet Ramsey.
Dear White People (Season 1)
Justin Simien's send-up of post-racial America gets its TV adaptation, with Logan Browning and 10 30-minute episodes.
Sense8 (Season 2)
The mental hijinks pick up with the Sensates still on the run from the adorably terrifying Mr. Whispers.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Season 3)
Everyone's favorite mole person-turned-New Yorker takes another crack at winning over the city with her unflinching optimism.
The Mars Generation
A (surely envy-inducing) documentary about a team of teens training to set foot on the Red Planet.
Inspired by Michael Hastings' The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan, an absurdist war story about the rise and fall of one rockstar US general (Brad Pitt).
House of Cards (Season 5)
Upside-down flags, terror, and Kevin Spacey return for a run that promises cracks in Francis and Claire's relationship.
Orange Is the New Black (Season 5)
Piper Chapman's story can't stop, won't stop.
Alison Brie stars as Ruth Wilder, a struggling actress who seeks redemption in the glittery neon world of women's wrestling in 1980s Los Angeles.
Bong Joon-ho's follow-up to Snowpiercer, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Lily Collins, and Tilda Swinton.
The following titles are slated for 2017, but don't have concrete release dates:
A Futile and Stupid Gesture
Taking after Josh Karp's book, this David Wain-helmed movie details the life, career, and death of National Lampoon co-founder Doug Kenney.
Castlevania (Season 1)
An animated series adapted from the popular video-game series.
Dark (Season 1)
A German drama with supernatural elements, this 10-episode series ties the disappearance of two children back to events in 1986.
This horror movie based on a famous Japanese manga shows what happens when an angry high school student gets ahold of a magical book that allows its owner to kill people merely by writing down their names.
Lady Dynamite (Season 2)
Comedienne Maria Bamford continues to lose and find her shit in the next installment of her surreal, semi-autobiographical series.
Master of None (Season 2)
The second run of Aziz Ansari's New York dramedy should hopefully include updates on Dev's pasta-making adventures.
Stranger Things (Season 2)
What happened to the secret Christmas Eggos? Will there ever be justice for Barb? Is Will Byers really a giant slugchild? Just some of the important questions the Duffer brothers must answer in Season 2 of Stranger Things.
Stretch Armstrong (Season 1)
Like the toy, but now a kids TV show -- one with 26 episodes and a trio of teens-turned-superheroes.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later
Netflix's First Day of Camp sequel, which might look something like this.
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