Netflix on Sunday wrapped up the commercial portion of Winter TCA, arguably the TV programming service that has forced the most change on TV, with renewals for 11 shows.

Three years ago Netflix had zero shows, now it has 55, with seemingly a new series announced every day. Even more are coming in 2016, with a deluge of release dates on the forefront of today’s event.

Kevin Spacey infiltrates the White House in House of Cards season 4, premiering March 4.

Netflix unveiled the official trailer for Judd Apatow’s “Love,” which stars Gillian Jacobs (Community) and Paul Rust. Netflix’s partnership with Marvel continues to blossom, as Marvel’s Jessica Jones has been given a second series. There is no premiere date as of now, but there will be another 13 episodes.

The fourth season of Orange is the New Blackpremieres June 17.

Flaked, an 8-episode series from executive producers Will Arnett and Mark Chappell (The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margret) that stars the BoJack Horseman star and Netflix mainstay Arnett, premieres Friday, March 11.

The mini That ‘70’s Show reunion between Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson in The Ranch launches Friday, April 1. The ten-episode show also stars Sam Elliott and Debra Winger. Lost & Found Music Studios also premieres April 1. The live action series targets the expanding teen and tween demo spotlighting talented musicians finding their sound.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s second season premieres Friday, April 15.

Kong: King of the Apes, an animated kid’s series from Avi Arad that updates the classic gorilla, also shows up on your queue April 15.

Marseille, the first French language series from Netflix, premieres May 5.

Grace and Frankie‘s second season, with Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda, arrives May 6.

Word Party, a vocabulary building show for kids from the Jim Henson Company, launches June 3.

Stranger Things, a drama from Wayward Pines’ Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, comes July 15. The 8-episode missing children series is also a sort of ode to the 80s, stars Winona Ryder and Matthew Modine.

The first half of the highly anticipated series from Baz Luhrmann The Get Down premieres August 12. Jimmy Smits, Giancarlo Esposito and Jaden Smith star in the take on 1970s New York’s hip-hop scene.

While the next batch of Black Mirror has yet to be scheduled, there are 12 episodes upcoming (with its distribution model TBD), and its currently in production. Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Beyond the Lights) and Mackenzie Davis (Halt and Catch Fire) will star in one of the episodes.

[All images courtesy of Netflix]

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