Netflix just announced when all your favorite original shows are coming back

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Netflix revealed when fans can expect their favorite returning shows and highly anticipated new shows to premiere.

Among the shows with new premiere dates are the “Gilmore Girls” revival, the “One Day at a Time” remake, and the the trippy tech anthology series “Black Mirror.”

On Wednesday during the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills, the company also announced it has ordered additional seasons of its first talk show, “Chelsea”; the Maria Bamford comedy “Lady Dynamite”; and the Rob Schneider comedy “Real Rob.”

It also greenlit a new musical animated series – an untitled Motown project from Josh Wakely, the guy behind “Beat Bugs.”

Here’s when you can expect Netflix’s new and returning series to premiere:


‘Chef’s Table: France’ season 3 – September 2, 2016

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The series will showcase the crème de la crème of French chefs, what inspires them, and how it translates into their styles.

The filmmakers embark on a personal look into the daily lives of these carefully curated chefs, from their diverse backgrounds to the evolution and craft of their chosen cuisine, as well as their quests for sensory perfection.

This season will feature chefs Alain Passard (L’Arpege), Michel Troisgros (Maison Troisgros), Adeline Grattard (Yam’Tcha), and Alexandre Couillon (La Marine).


‘Easy’ — September 22

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“Easy” creator Joe Swanberg.
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“Easy” is “Drinking Buddies” director Joe Swanberg’s upcoming anthology series. It explores diverse Chicago characters in a world where love, sex, technology, and culture cross.

Stars include Orlando Bloom, Malin Akerman, Raul Castillo, Jake Johnson, Marc Maron, Dave Franco, Hannibal Buress, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.


‘The Ranch’ season 1, part 2 — October 7

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Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson on “The Ranch.”
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Life on The Ranch is never easy, and things get even more complicated in part two of season one. It seems as if ex-football star Colt Bennett (Ashton Kutcher) has finally accepted his place on the family ranch, but he and his brother Rooster (Danny Masterson) will have to prove themselves to their father, Beau (Sam Elliott), if they ever hope to become partners.


‘Black Mirror’ season 3 — October 21

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Jon Hamm in last year’s “Black Mirror” Christmas special.
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“Black Mirror” season three is a continuation of the British anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world. The season’s guest stars include Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Michael Kelly.


‘Lovesick’ season 2 (previously titled ‘Scrotal Recall’) — November 17

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Antonia Thomas and Johnny Flynn on “Lovesick.”
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After finding out he has an STD, Dylan (Johnny Flynn) must get back in touch with every girl he has ever had sex with to let them know the bad news. Antonia Thomas and Daniel Ings also star on this offbeat romantic comedy.


‘Beat Bugs’ — November 18

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Netflix’s “Beat Bugs.”
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The animated show follows five best friends who together discover life’s most important lessons in an overgrown suburban backyard. The Beat Bugs live out these childhood adventures to the words and music of The Beatles.


‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ series premiere — November 25

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Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham in “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.”
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The cult series continues with four 90-minute chapters, each spanning one of the four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall.


‘Captive’ series premiere — December 9

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“Captive” executive producer Doug Liman.
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“Captive” is a new docuseries that examines the most challenging hostage situations in history.


‘One Day at a Time’ series premiere — January 6, 2017

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The original cast of “One Day at a Time.”
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A remake of the classic ’70s sitcom that centers on a Cuban-American family. Justina Machado and Rita Moreno were tapped to star.


‘Chelsea’ season 2 — TBD 2017

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US Secretary of Education John King quizzes Chelsea Handler on “Chelsea.”
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Expect 90 more episodes of Netflix’s first talk show in 2017.


‘Lady Dynamite’ season 2 — TBD 2017

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Maria Bamford on “Lady Dynamite.”
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“Lady Dynamite” is a comedy inspired by Maria Bamford’s own struggle with mental illness.


‘Real Rob’ season 2 — TBD 2017

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Rob Schneider on “Real Rob.”
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“Real Rob” is an exaggerated yet brutally honest depiction of comedian Rob Schneider’s real life.