Netflix: Kimmy Schmidt, Orange is the New Black & Jessica Jones release dates announced

Alex Kidman 18 January 2016 NEWS


Netflix has revealed when you’ll be able to see a range of its Netflix Originals series in 2016.

While it has recently made waves by first launching globally and then announcing a renewed crackdown on VPN users, Netflix is still in the business of providing streaming content with an increased reliance on its own series offerings, dubbed "Netflix Originals".

The company has announced over the weekend at the US Television Critics Association conference when it will launch a range of returning Netflix Originals series.

It also launched a new trailer for the fourth season of Orange Is the New Black

As well as a teaser for season 4 of House Of Cards.

Not content to just rest on that set of accolades, Netflix also took to Twitter to formally announce the second season of Jessica Jones:

Before we see either of those series, however, there will be a new series of Full House, now dubbed Fuller House

But hey, why stop when you’re just getting warmed up? Netflix has also announced that it will be making a series based on Marvel’s Punisher character. The Punisher is set to appear in the second series of Netflix/Marvel’s Daredevil prior to starring in his own series.

Netflix Originals typically launch day and date with the US, which means we should see the following series at the same time as in the States, except that where they launch just after midnight in the US, we should see them around dinner time on the same date. It's still (confusingly) releasing at the same actual minute in either case.

Series US Launch Date
Fuller House 26 February 2016
House of Cards Season 4 4 March 2016
Daredevil Season 2 18 March 2016
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2 15 April 2016
Grace and Frankie Season 2 6 May 2016
Orange Is The New Black Season 4 17 June 2016
Jessica Jones Season 2 "Coming Soon"

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