Netflix has announced premiere dates for its originals through the start of 2017. To save all the “Black Mirror” fans a search, the streaming service will drop the six-episode third season of Charlie Brooker’s dystopian anthology series in the wee hours of Oct. 21.
The streamer will serve up new original content roughly every two to three weeks throughout the fall of 2016, part of its attempt to grab and keep more subscribers both in the U.S. and abroad — all of the releases are global, so Netflix customers in Finland can get their fix at the same time as their American counterparts.
Here’s the complete list of premiere dates in chronological order; all premieres are set for midnight PT:
“Chef’s Table: France”: Sept. 2, 2016
The sumptuous docuseries turns its palate to France for its third season. The following French chefs will be featured:
- Alain Passard, L’Arpege
- Michel Troisgros, Maison Troisgros
- Adeline Grattard, Yam’Tcha
- Alexandre Couillon, La Marine
“Easy”: Sept. 22, 2016
The eight-episode Joe Swanberg anthology series explores the lives of various Chicagoans. Swanberg stalwart Jake Johnson is part of a cast that also includes Hannibal Burress, Marc Maron, Emily Ratajkowski, Aya Cash, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
“The Ranch”: Oct.7, 2016 (Part 2 of Season 1)
The second batch of episodes of the mutlicam has Ashton Kutcher’s ex-football star Colt Bennett finally accepting his place on the titular ranch with brother Rooster (Danny Masterson) and mom Maggie (Debra Winger) and salty dad Beau (Sam Elliott).
For Season 3, the sometimes eerily prescient series about just how terrifying technology can be will draw on the acting talents of Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mackenzie Davis, Jerome Flynn and Kelly MacDonald, and the directing prowess of Joe Wright and Dan Trachtenberg.
“Lovesick”: Nov. 17, 2016
No, this isn’t a new series. Netflix has renamed the rom-com formerly known as “Scrotal Recall.” Eight more episodes will be coming your way.
“Beat Bugs”: Nov. 18, 2016
An animated show about five best friends who learn life lessons in a backyard in suburbia, inspired by Beatles songs.
Four 90-minute “chapters” about the current-day lives of Lorelai and Rory, nearly a decade down the line.
“Captive”: Dec. 9, 2016
Executive producer Doug Liman (“Go,” “Edge of Tomorrow”) goes inside hostage negotiation from the point of view of everyone involved in the harrowing experience in this new docuseries.
“One Day at a Time”: Jan. 6, 2017
The remake of the Norman Lear classic focuses on a Cuban-American family, with Justina Machado as a recently separated, former military mom raising her family with the help of her old-school Cubana mother (Rita Moreno).