Netflix Sets Premiere Dates for ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Prequel, ‘OITNB’ Season 3
Netflix has announced premiere dates for a slew of upcoming original series and stand-up comedy specials.
It all kicks off with comedian Chris D’Elia’s new stand-up special, “Incorrigible,” which premieres on the streaming service on April 17. It will be followed by Jen Kirkman’s newest special “I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine)” on May 22.
On the series side, “Between,” a “survivalist thriller” from Netflix and Shomi (a rival of Netflix in Canada) starring Jennette McCurdy, will premiere in May 2015. The following month, Netflix will debut two major titles from its originals slate: “Sense8,” a mysterious sci-fi series from The Wachowski siblings (“The Matrix”), which will go live on June 5; and season three “Orange Is the New Black,” which will premiere a week later on June 12. Netflix’s “Wet Hot American Summer” prequel mini-series will begin on July 17.
Meanwhile, “What Happened, Miss Simone,” a documentary film about the life of Nina Simone, is set for a June 26 release.
Other new projects in the Netflix pipeline include “Narcos” and “Club de Cuervos,” neither of which have a release date as of yet.Tags: Chris D'Elia, Jen Kirkman, Netflix, netflix originals, Orange Is the New Black, Sense8, Stand-up Special, Wet Hot American Summer