Now that House Of Cards fans have stumbled out out of their dark, musky apartments, bleary-eyed and amped up on 13 consecutive hours of politically charged rage, Netflix is preparing viewers for their next round of binge-induced psychosis. The company has set a premiere for season three of its other cornerstone show, Orange Is The New Black, on June 12, as well as the debut of the Wet Hot American Summer series on July 17. Also announced was the June 5 release of Andy and Lana Wachowski’s Sense8—a series proudly boasting footage of live births—and the not-so-concrete news that Canadian thriller Between will drop sometime in May.
For the comedy inclined, two specials have also been granted premiere dates: Chris D’Elia: Incorrigible on April 17 and Jen Kirkman: I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine) on May 22. What Happened, Miss Simone, the documentary about Nina Simone, will land on June 26. With everyone’s spring and summer binge calendars locked in, now we can concentrate on more pressing issues like what prison fashion to adopt into our everyday lives.