UPDATED POST! ABSOLUTELY HUGE NEWS FROM NETFLIX INCLUDING A FEW LEGENDS...17:45:00
Now that we have had one piece of TV news, we have had a load come flooding in lovelies from Netflix, who have announced a whole host of new shows and specials that will be coming to their channel and I have them right here for you lovelies to take a look at and find your next binge watch from!
Over the course of the next few months lovelies, the service will be airing, ‘Longmire’ from the 10th September in the US, which follows on from the season three finale lovelies, as Walt Longmire battles on after discovering who killed his wife and the search in which he undertakes to track down the killer and get revenge on him. While others, such as Branch Connally try to stop him and his wild ways. However you will have to watch it lovelies to find out if he can be stopped or not.
UPDATE: Check out the latest trailer for season four of 'Longmire' here...
Netflix will also be airing the season premiere of ‘Master of None’, a show based on the comedic views of Aziz Ansari, through the character of Dev, in which Ansari plays, who is an actor living in New York, trying to get through the daily tasks of finding things to way and how he is going to plan his future out.
The service will all see the return of chat show legend Chelsea Handler, as she returns with four new films exploring the worlds of marriage, racism, technology and drugs, before her chat show returns next year.
As well as this a new four part comedy series known as ‘Coming in Fourth Quarter’ will be arriving on the service, which will star some huge names including, Bob Odenkirk, David Cross, Jessica Jones, Krysten Ritter, David Tennant, Bill Murray, George Clooney, Paul Shaffer, Amy Poehler, Julie White, Dimitri Dimitrov, Michael Cera, Chris Rock, David Johansen, Maya Rudolph, Jason Schwartzman, Jenny Lewis, Phoenix, Frederic Moulin, Rashida Jones, Miley Cyrus and many more, who will also be working on a number of other projects on the service as well.
And to top off all of this original TV show goodness, the service has also announced that dark comedy, ‘Bojack Horseman’, will be making a comeback for a third season lovelies, after the first two aired so well!
However this is not the only news I have from the channel, as they have also announced a number of specials including ‘Demetri Martin: Live’, which will air on the 14th August, and show the comedian delivering a number of one liners, before Anjelah Johnson takes to the service with her show ‘Anjelah Johnson: Not Fancy’ on the 2nd October, which will see her exploring a lot of paths for women and the life of one in particular.
There will also be special shows including, ‘Anthony Jeselnik: Thoughts and Prayers’, which will show on the 16th October, ‘John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid’, which airs on the 13th November. A new stand up show from ‘Brent Morin’ airing on the 1st December and ‘Mike Epps: After Dark’.
And not leaving any member of the family out lovelies, Netflix have also announced that they have six new original series for children, including Dreamworks, ‘Mechazoic World of Dinotrux’, in which they will see the like of a half dinosaur, half construction vehicle be brought to life. As well as preschool show, ‘Puffin Rock’, following a curious young puffing. All of which will be shown, alongside an 80s classic, as ‘Popples’ returns, along with ‘Care Bears and Cousins’. However these aren’t the only shows for big kids, as the service has also created, ‘Smart is the New Cool’, which is a live action adventure based project.
All of the shows however will follow on from one of the highlights of the year for Netflix, which is the premiere of the incredible documentary, ‘Keith Richards: Under the Influence’ which will air on the 18th September lovelies, showing audiences a different side to Richard, as it explores the songwriter, guitarist and performer, as well as his incredible music collection and history, as he makes his first solo album in 25 years lovelies.
“If there’s a Mount Rushmore of Rock ’n’ Roll, Keith’s face is surely on it. He has always represented the soul of rock music—for all of the light and dark shades that implies,” said filmmaker Morgan Neville. “To my relief, Keith Richards turned out to be a real man—full of humor, knowledge and wisdom. That’s the real Keith we’ve worked to capture in our film and I’m honored to bring it to a global audience via Netflix.”
“There’s no one who could bring this unprecedented look into the musical influences of Keith Richards to life as distinctively as Morgan Neville,” said Lisa Nishimura, Netflix VP of Original Documentary Programming. “Our viewers around the world are going to love the rare moments he has captured.”