Netflix is giving you plenty of time to clear your calendar, stock up on munchies, and warn your friends that you won't be talking to them for a few days. The streaming-video service has revealed summer premiere dates for a handful of its original programs, including Netflix's best, the women's prison dramedy Orange Is the New Black.
Your visiting rights to the women of Litchfield resumes on Friday, June 12. As usual, all 13 episodes of the season will be released at midnight Pacific Time, so you can gorge yourself on it and be done with it by 1pm the next day. Or you can be a weirdo and watch the finale first thing. It's your choice.
Elsewhere on the schedule, the six-part science fiction series Between debuts in May (an exact date is to be determined). The series stars iCarly's Jennette McCurdy as a woman living in a town where a mysterious disease has killed everyone over the age of 21.
Sense8, another science-fiction series, will make its debut on Friday, June 5. It's about eight strangers from around the world who find themselves emotionally and mentally connected.
Finally, the TV prequel of the cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer, called Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, will be released Friday, July 17. The summer-camp-movie parody features an impressive cast that includes Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Christopher Meloni, Bradley Cooper and more.
Additionally, Netflix announced the premiere dates for several stand-up specials. Chris D'Elia: Incorrigible will premiere April 17, Jen Kirkman: I'm Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine) will be released on May 22, and What Happened, Miss Simone debuts June 26.
Which Netflix series or special are you most excited about?
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