10 Netflix Series to Make Bingeing Time for in 2016

Another year, another round of Netflix series for our binge-watching pleasure. The video streaming site recently announced its lineup of shows for the next few months, and we have them all listed here. So mark your calendars, because you're going to be busy catching some must-see-streaming TV.

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1. First up, we have Chelsea Does, premiering January 23. This four-part documentary series promises to be as politically incorrect as the host herself, Chelsea Handler. Seems like this could be a good break from all the political debates for the 2016 election.

2. Next there's Love, out February 19. Brought to you by Judd Apatow (of Knocked Up and This Is 40 fame), this looks like it's going to be a great series about two people trying to figure out love and life.

3. Fuller House is out February 26, and we '80s kids couldn't be more excited to see D.J., Steph, and Kimmy embark on grown-up adventures.

4. What in the world is going to happen to Frank and Claire Underwood in the fourth season of House of Cards? I guess we're going to have to watch to find out. Tune in March 4.

5. Here's one for you, Will Arnett fans! The Arrested Development star is appearing in a new series called Flaked, due on your screens on March 11. 

 

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6. Forget everything you know about the Ben Affleck movie and go watch the first season of Daredevil now. Season two is coming out on March 18, and you're going to want to be caught up on this action-packed series.

7. The Ranch debuts April 11 and reunites Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson from That '70s Show, this time as brothers. In case that's not enough said, Sam Elliott and Debra Winger play their parents in the series that's said to be more of a traditional sitcom than your usual Netflix series.

 

8. The second season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is out April 15, and this is one that is as endearing as it is funny. Find out what happens when a 30-year-old locked away underground for half her life moves to NYC to embrace life and make it on her own.

 

9. Described as a French House of Cards, Marseille stars Gerard Depardieu in Kevin Spacey's power-hungry role.

10. Orange Is the New Black season four is due June 17. We know that crazy crap can happen on this show, but after this preview, we're more excited than ever!

 

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