We already know that Netflix is doubling its amount of original content for 2016; developing 31 original series as opposed to last year's 15. That's a shitton of TV, and your time is valuable, so I'm here to tell you which shows are worth missing your beauty sleep to binge.
1. Chelsea Does.* In a four-part series, brash blonde bombshell Chelsea Handler tackles a variety of intense subjects: "Chelsea Does Marriage," "Chelsea Does Racism," "Chelsea Does Silicon Valley" and "Chelsea Does Drugs." The trailer alone has me salivating:
2. Flaked*. Will Arnett stars as a self-obsessed guru who falls for his friend's crush. Expect plenty of weird and plenty of funny from the so-charming-it's-kinda-annoying Arrested Development* star.
3. Fuller House. Thirteen episodes of Tanner-rific content is coming at you faster than Uncle Joey can say, "cut it out!"
4. Lady Dynamite. The Most Wonderful Comedian, Maria Bamford, gets a series inspired by her life and it will definitely be magic. Bonus: Tig Notaro and Silverman are gonna guest star: Lady dynamite!
- *Marvel's Luke Cage. If Jessica Jones was any indication of how ~fucking awesome~ Netflix's Marvel shows are gonna be, Luke Cage* will be out of control good. (Also, did you know that Nicholas Cage totally got his last name from the Marvel superhero? He did!)
6. Love.* Judd Apatow's latest series stars Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs and has already been given two seasons. If that isn't a vote of confidence, I don't know what is.
- *The Ranch.** That 70's Show* co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson are reunited for this comedy about brothers working at their family farm in Colorado. I have no doubt there will be at least one Mila Kunis cameo, so I'm in.
8. A Series of Unfortunate Events. *The Lemony Snicket books brought to life? Sign me the eff up!
9. The Get Down.* Musical madman Baz Luhrmann helms a drama set in 1970s South Bronx. It's being billed as a "mythic saga of transformation" and that sounds epic AF and I'm in. Plus, there are musical numbers. PRAISE HANDS!
10. Stranger Things. Goddess Winona Ryder stars as a single mum who is caught in a ~very dramatic~ world of secret experiments, supernatural forces, and "one very strange little girl." It sounds super creepy; I'm in.