Release date for Orange is the New Black Season 4 revealed

Brodie Fogg 29 January 2016 NEWS


Netflix's database reveals a handful of unannounced release dates for some of its most popular series and a few fresh properties.

Netflix's Upcoming Titles list has revealed a number of release dates for some its most popular titles and some fresh content, including one of its most popular Originals series, Orange is the New Black, as well as Aussie directing legend Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down.

Though a few of the dates below were already public knowledge before today, neither The Get Down or season 4 of Orange is the New Black had officially announced a release date. If the data below (sourced from Netflix's own database) is correct, we should be seeing an official announcement for one of Netflix's biggest properties very soon. (It's also possible Netflix will change the release dates; we'll update if we hear more).

It's also worth noting that you can catch up on episodes of Orange is the New Black Season 4 on Foxtel's streaming service, Foxtel Play (now known as Foxtel Now).

TitleLaunchRelease date
Marvel's Daredevil Season 2Global18 March 2016
Pee Wee's Big HolidayGlobal18 March 2016
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2Global15 April 2016
Special CorrespondentsGlobal29 April 2016
Orange is the New Black Season 4Global 17 June 2016
The Get DownGlobal12 August 2016
Lady DynamiteGlobal2016
The GreenhouseGlobal2017
Our PlanetGlobal2019
First They Killed My FatherGlobalUpcoming
Haters Back OffGlobalUpcoming

*All titles listed will be available in Ultra HD 4K

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