Netflix has announced premiere dates for some of its series and comedy specials, the Internet TV network announced Tuesday at its TCA session in Beverly Hills.
“Longmire,” the former A&E series revived by Netflix, will launch Sept. 10 and be available in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
“Master of None,” based on the comedic viewpoints of Aziz Ansari, bows worldwide on Nov. 6, and “Chelsea Does” will get a global launch some time this year, though no premiere date has been set.
Original Netflix comedy specials set to bow this year include “Demetri Martin: Live (At the Time)” on Aug. 14; “Anjelah Johnson: Not Fancy” on Oct. 2; “Anthony Jeselnik: Thoughts and Prayers” on Oct. 16; “John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid” on Nov. 13; “Brent Morin” on Dec. 1; and “Mike Epps: After Dark” on Dec. 18.
Netflix also set dates for some of its new original kids and family series, beginning with DreamWorks Animation’s “Dinotrux” on Aug. 14 and “Puffin Rock” on Sept. 1. “Popples” will bow sometime in November, and “Care Bears and Cousins” in December.
The streaming site also renewed Will Arnett’s animated comedy “BoJack Horseman” for season three on Tuesday.