Some people would rather spend their summer binge-watching new movies and shows than going to the beach or hitting the club and Netflix has proven itself to be an invaluable tool for such people. The company has taken the wraps off most of its summer lineup of new releases, including: Orange is the New Black season three, the first season of Sense8, the new Wet Hot American Summer, and much more.
Even if you’re slow-burning instead of binging on House of Cards, you’ll still need a few backups once you’re through with the exploits of Frank & Claire Underwood’s world domination tour. Netflix has revealed release dates for most of its summer (winter in Australia) programming, ready to keep you inside where the AC is cool and the WiFi signal is strong. Of course, you can also check out the spring shows here, and if you need something this week there’s Aziz Ansari and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Sense8, its sci-fi collaboration with the Wachowskis will hit streaming on June 5th, a week before Orange is the New Black season three and a month before its Wet Hot American Summer revival arrives July 17th. Also worth keeping an eye out for are the Nina Simone documentary on June 26th, and Canadian sci-fi thriller Between coming at some point in May. Check for the full list after the break, and update your calendars accordingly.