The animated animal comedy has been renewed for a third season, and crime drama Longmire, which previously aired for three seasons before A&E canceled it, will debut its highly anticipated fourth season on Thursday, Sept. 10, Netflix announced at the Television Critics Association fall previews on Tuesday.
Not to be left out of the fun, comedian Aziz Ansari's new comedy — which officially earned the title Master of None — will be released on Friday, Nov. 6. On it, Ansari plays 30-year-old Dev, a New York actor who struggles with finding a direction for his life.
Netflix is high on comedians apparently because Chelsea Handler will star in Chelsea Does -- a four-film documentary project in which Handler explores the topics of drugs, technology, racism and marriage. Handler's Netflix talk show will also premiere in 2016.
In addition, Netflix will also launch a series of stand-up specials from comedians Demetri Martin (Aug. 14), Anjelah Johnson (Oct. 2), Anthony Jeselnik (Oct. 16), John Mulaney (Nov. 13), Brent Morin (Dec. 1) and Mike Epps (Dec. 18).
Not one to ignore the kiddies, the network also announced premiere dates for six new original family series for the fall: the live-action Project Mc2 (Aug. 7), Way Too Wonderland (Aug. 14) from the Ever After High franchise, DreamWorks' dino-mech action series Mechazoic World of Dinotrux (Aug. 14), the cutesy preschool-age series Puffin Rock (Sept. 1) about young puffins, fluffy balls-turned-friends the Popples (November) and the cuddly Care Bears and Cousins (December).
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