The 10 Netflix series everyone is gonna be talking about in 2016

The 10 Netflix series everyone is gonna be talking about in 2016

By Laura Beck
The 10 Netflix series everyone is gonna be talking about in 2016

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!

  1. *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.

  1. *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.

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