(LOS ANGELES) — Netflix on Wednesday announced a bunch of programming news, and not just the premiere date of its Gilmore Girls update: November 25.
Here are the highlights:
* The One Day at a Time remake, which will focus on a Cuban-American family, will premiere January 6, 2017. Norman Lear, who produced the original version, is back as executive producer.
* Chelsea Handler’s talk show, Chelsea, was renewed for a second season, as was Lady Dynamite and Real Rob.
* Part two of the first season of the Ashton Kutcher-Danny Masterson comedy The Ranch arrives on October 7.
* Jennifer Garner will lend her voice to Mama Llama in a new animated series for preschoolers, Llama Llama, based on the book series by Anna Dewdney. It will premiere sometime in 2017.
* Laura Linney has been cast in the Jason Bateman drama Ozark. Bateman will play a financial planner who, along with his wife (Linney) and their family, relocates from the Chicago suburbs to a summer resort community in the Missouri Ozarks. Ozark will debut in 2017.
* The anthology series Easy, which “explores diverse Chicago characters as they fumble through the modern maze of love, sex, technology and culture,” hits the streaming service on September 22. Cast members include Orlando Bloom, Malin Akerman, Jake Johnson, Marc Maron, Dave Franco, Hannibal Buress and Emily Ratajkowski.
* During a Television Critics Association panel in Beverly Hills, the cast and creators of the hit Stranger Things discussed their show — and the props. One of the kids on the show, 12-year-old Millie Bobby Brown, said she was confused by the record player.
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