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Netflix Reveal Full 2015 Slate, Includes New shows And Films



Courtesy of USAToday, Netflix have revealed that 2015 is jam-packed full of new productions from the streaming service.
The full series line-up is as follows:
The Fall (Jan. 16): Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) stars in season 2 of the BBC drama about a police detective investigating murders in Belfast.
The Adventures of Puss in Boots (Jan. 16), the latest kids’ series from DreamWorks Animation.
House of Cards Season 3 (Feb. 27)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (March 6): Ellie Kemper stars as a woman who leaves a cult after 15 years to start a new life in New York. Tina Fey and Robert Carlock (30 Rock) produce this comedy, originally set for NBC.
Bloodline (March 20): Sam Shepard and Sissy Spacek head a Florida Keys innkeeper family that unravels when a black-sheep son returns after a long-buried tragedy. Kyle Chandler and Linda Cardellini co-star.
Marvel’s Daredevil (spring): Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) is a lawyer-turned-superhero daredevil by night in modern-day New York. Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, Luke Cage and a combined Defenders series will appear at roughly one-year intervals.
Grace and Frankie (spring): Comedy from Marta Kauffman (Friends) stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as “frenemies” brought together when their husbands fall in love with each other.
Orange Is the New Black Season 3 (summer)
Sense8 (later this year): Eight characters in different cities are connected by a simultaneous “violent vision” in this drama from the Wachowskis (The Matrix).
Narcos (later this year): Drama about cocaine cartels and the lawmen who try to stop them.
On top of that packed schedule, there will be a Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon sequel, and a slate of Adam Sandler original films. One of those might be interesting, I’ll leave it to you to work out which.
On expanding the Netflix line, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told USAToday, “We can successfully support about 20 original scripted series every year, with a new series or a new season every two to three weeks, and still maintain a level of quality we expect.”