The television landscape has been heading towards the direction of streaming for years now. In 2017, some of the most anticipated shows in 2017 will not be aired on HBO, Showtime, FOX, ABC, NBC, or CBS, but on Netflix. With these networks shelling out billions of dollars for NFL games, you can make the connection that this is hurting their development for television shows. With Netflix becoming one of the flagship platforms for the best television content. Here a few dates to write down in your calendar for 2017 Netflix shows.
January 6th: One Day At A Time
January 13th: A Series Of Unfortunate Events
January 20th: Voltron: Legendary Defender
March 17th: Marvel’s Iron Fist
Other Shows Without Concrete Dates
Bill Nye Saves The World
Stranger Things Season Two
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later
Master Of None Season Two
House Of Cards
Orange Is The New Black
F Is For Family
Three Dave Chappelle Specials
If your football team is in the playoffs but NFL tickets are way too much money, you will be probably be watching A Series of Unfortunate Events starring Neil Patrick Harris come January. There are no set dates for the most popular returning Netflix Originals such as House of Cards or Stranger Things, but be sure to keep an eye out for upcoming trailers and dates.