Netflix is about to add even more shows to the ever-growing “Netflix original” list. Some of them are available already, others you will have to sit back and excitedly wait for. We compiled this list so all of you viewers can make your own personal list of what you’ll be binge-watching each weekend.
One Day At a Time — premiered January 6
In a reimagining of the TV classic, a newly single Latina mother raises her teen daughter and tween son with the “help” of her old-school mom.
A Series of Unfortunate Events — premiered January 13
The tragic tale of the Baudelaire orphans – Violet, Klaus, and Sunny – whose evil guardian Count Olaf will stop at nothing to get his hands on their inheritance. After the loss of their parents in a mysterious fire, the three extraordinary siblings must outsmart Olaf at every turn, foiling his many devious plans and disguises, in their fateful quest to unlock long-held family secrets.
Frontier — Premiered January 20
The chaotic and violent struggle to control wealth and power in the North American fur trade in the late 18th century. Told from multiple perspectives, Frontier takes place in a world where business negotiations might be resolved with close-quarter hatchet fights, and where delicate relations between native tribes and Europeans can spark bloody conflicts.
Santa Clarita Diet — Premiered February 3
Married couple Sheila and Joel are real estate agents in Santa Clarita, California. The couple’s lives take a dark turn after Sheila goes through a dramatic change.
Iron Fist — Premieres March 17
Returning to New York City after being missing for years, Daniel Rand fights against the criminal element corrupting New York City with his incredible kung-fu mastery and ability to summon the awesome power of the fiery Iron Fist.
13 Reasons Why — Premieres March 31
This show is based on the 2007 novel that tells the story of the late Hannah Baker, a troubled high school student who committed suicide. The drama will focus on a boy named Clay who is classmates and has a crush on Hannah. He receives a shoebox of cassette tapes, on which Hannah explains to 12 peers how they each played a role in her death and gives 13 reasons why she took her life.
Dear White People — Premieres April 28
This show is based on the 2014 movie, titled the same. It will follow a diverse group of students of color as they attempt to navigate life at a predominantly white Ivy League college that often overlooks racial tensions.
Anne — Premieres May 12
This show is an adaptation of L.M. Montgomery’s novel Anne of Green Gables.
Starring Jason Bateman, this show is set on the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. It will follow a man moving from this city who must pay off a debt to a dangerous drug lord. The show is expected to debut in the latter half of 2017, so don’t get too excited just yet.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later
Following their success with the first season of Wet Hot American Summer, the sequel will be eight episodes and take place a decade after the original movie.
This show is set in 1979 and based on the book Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit. It will star Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany as two FBI agents who interview imprisoned serial killers to try to solve ongoing cases.
This show is based on the life story of the notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.
Based on the Marvel Comics “The Defenders”. Marvels superheroes Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist team up to fight crime in New York City.
Bill Nye Saves the World — Premieres April 21
This is going to be an “unfiltered” talk show where Bill Nye will discuss a different topic each week from a scientific point of view. Expect to hear science talk about things like vaccinations, genetically modified foods, climate change. If you need to have Bill Nye the Science Guy in your life before April, check out his old show here.
Starring Naomi Watts, who will play a therapist, the show is intended to be a psychological thriller series. As a therapist, she begins to develop dangerous and far too intimate relationships with the people in her patients’ lives.