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“Who will fight, and who will fall?,” ominously teases the video description.

It’s a whole new world at Litchfield Prison. Season 4 of Orange Is The New Black picks up right where last season left off. An influx of new prisoners and new guards threatens to unbalance the status quo at the penitentiary. Plus, the fact it’s now become a for-profit prison has made things progressively worse for its female inmates.

OITNB returns to Netflix on June 17. Check out the trailer below. I’m beyond curious to learn exactly why a SWAT team is called in.

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Justin Simien’s crowd-funded satirical film, Dear White People, made a splash at film festivals a couple years back. It especially did well at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival where it earned the US Dramatic Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent. Netflix is adapting the critically-acclaimed film for a new series. Simien will write and direct the pilot episode.

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“Set among a diverse group of students of color as they navigate a predominantly white Ivy League college where racial tensions are often swept under the rug, Dear White People is a send up of ‘post-racial’ America that also weaves a universal story about forging one’s own unique path.”

Ten 30-minute episodes have been ordered by the streaming service. It’s not clear if any of the original cast members (Tyler James Williams, Tessa Thompson and Dennis Haysbert) will return for the TV series.

I actually watched the film and quite enjoyed it. If you haven’t, check out the theatrical trailer below and be sure to add it to your list.

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Even though there is some reported behind-the-scenes drama, it appears everything is copacetic again. At least, based on photos uploaded to Tumblr from co-creator Lana Wachowski.

“It was while shooting the Big Cluster Birthday Bash, we wished there was a way for our fans to experience… What we experience while making this show…,” Wachowski wrote.

After checking out the pics, I’m even more excited for Sense8 Season 2 to arrive. Sadly though, that’s not happening anytime soon.

According to actress Jamie Clayton, a Christmas special will drop this holiday season with the rest of the episodes available later. “Ep1 at Christmas. The rest, all at once in 2017,” she tweeted.

Check out more preview pics below.

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The Ranch Wrangles A Second Season From Netflix

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Netflix is notorious for not sharing ratings with regards to their original programming. It’s safe to assume though, The Ranch is doing well. The streaming service just renewed the comedy for a second season.

The Ranch reunites That ’70s Show co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson for the Colorado-set series. Kutcher plays a semi-professional football player who returns home to help his brother (Masterson) run their family ranch. Sam Elliott and Debra Winger also star.

The first 10 episodes are available to stream now. 10 additional episodes, dubbed Season 1B, will drop later this fall. Season 2 will consist of 20 episodes in total. Watch Kutcher and his co-stars announce the news below.

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When Sense8 returns for its second season on Netflix, the cast will look a little different. Some behind-the-scenes drama has led to one of the original sensates being recast. It appears the drama isn’t just confined to the screen this time around.

According to Deadline, the sudden change is due to a conflict between co-creator Lana Wachowski and this certain actor. It began with creative differences during a table read in Berlin and worsened during filming in India. Find out below who’s being replaced.

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The highly-anticipated return of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is just a mere two days away. I fully expect to finish Season 2 the day all the episodes begin streaming on April 15. Anyone else with me?

Anna Camp is just one of the numerous guest stars slated to appear. She plays a rival of Jacqueline’s (Jane Krakowski). Her character Deirdre Robespierre is a Princeton-educated trophy wife who also happens to be the queen of New York society. Watch a sneak peek below of their frenemy relationship. I can’t wait to watch the full episode.

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Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel and plenty others are returning for Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival. In fact, producers booked all the major players with exception to two. Edward Herrmann and Melissa McCarthy being them.

In the former’s case, he passed away in 2014, so unless he’s Jesus, that’s not going to happen. Just until this week, it looked like McCarthy would be the sole holdout. Looks can be deceiving. The 45-year-old, much to the delight of fans, revealed she will, in fact, head to Stars Hollow once again. She broke the news on The Ellen Show.

“It is really exciting. There has been something that I have been asked about so, so many times and it hasn’t worked out…And there was a whole thing. And then I was gonna be out of the country and blah, blah, blah. And literally about an hour and half ago we figured out that I’m gonna go back and do it and I am so excited. And they are gonna be amazing,” Melissa told Ellen

The news comes as a bit of a surprise given that Amy Sherman-Palladino just a few days ago stated Melissa most likely couldn’t participate in the new episodes. I’m so curious what wheeling and dealing transpired to make it happen. Watch the video announcement below.

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“Couldn’t we fight for the right to masturbate after lunch?” Preach!!! That’s just one of the zingers we can expect when Grace & Frankie return May 6 on Netflix. I can’t wait.

After a rough time dealing with their husbands leaving them last season, our beloved sassy seniors are finding their groove. Not only with living each other but also dipping back into the dating pool. Jane Fonda gets some action from Sam Elliott while Lily Tomlin stalks someone at the farmer’s market.

Brooklyn Decker, Ethan Embry, Baron Vaughn, June Diane Raphael, Martin Sheen and Sam Waterson all return for another go-round. Get your first look below at the comedy’s sophomore season.

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