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Netflix announces premiere dates for Marvel series Daredevil, several other shows

Netflix's Bloodline with Kyle Chandler and Linda Cardellini will launch March 20.
Netflix's Bloodline with Kyle Chandler and Linda Cardellini will launch March 20.
Emily St. James was a senior correspondent for Vox, covering American identities. Before she joined Vox in 2014, she was the first TV editor of the A.V. Club.

At its Wednesday morning press conference at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, Netflix announced premiere dates for a whole bunch of its shows.

These included:


Daredevil Netflix

Daredevil (Netflix)

The first series in Netflix's new deal with Marvel, about the blind superhero Daredevil, will launch Friday, April 10. The streaming service will be making four Marvel series about some of the publisher's lower-profile superheroes, and the protagonists of all of them will come together, Avengers-style, in a fifth series.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the first new series from Tina Fey and Robert Carlock since the end of 30 Rock, which will debut Friday, March 6. It stars Ellie Kemper and involves a woman re-entering society after spending years in a doomsday cult.



Bloodline (Netflix)

Bloodline, a dark family drama from the creators of Damages, will debut Friday, March 20. It stars Kyle Chandler and Linda Cardellini.

Grace and Frankie

The new comedy, which stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, will launch Friday, May 8.

House of Cards

Netflix announced last month that its political drama House of Cards will return for its third season on Friday, February 27.

The streaming service did not announce the return date for its women's prison series Orange Is the New Black.

The streaming service also announced the renewal of Marco Polo for a 10-episode second season that will film later in the year.

The streaming service announced all of this during a press conference with its chief content officer, Ted Sarandos. We'll have more on what Sarandos had to say later today.

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