What’s Next for Netflix Exclusive Series?


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So you’ve finished Arrested Development and Orange is the New Black, some of the best, most original TV released this summer. It seems that Netflix is the network (or whatever it is) to watch, something few would have guessed a year ago. Luckily for all of us, Netflix has plenty more in store for the coming year. We’ll have to wait and see whether they live up to their predecessors, but some of these look promising.

Already aired in England, this Ricky Gervais-starring workplace mockumentary is an interesting choice for Netflix–the show might fill the cringeworthy gap left by The Office.

Marco Polo
Seemingly part Game of Thrones, part golden age History Channel, this historical drama based on the explorer’s adventures seems like it could be sumptuously great.

Turbo: F.A.S.T.
Children’s shows do well on Netflix, and this one based on the recent Dreamworks movie Turbo should be a safe and unexciting choice. 

People love drugs, or at least they love watching drug culture on TV, which is why this drama based on the life of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar seems like a wise move.

Not much is known about the sci-fi mystery, except that it’s directed by the people behind The Matrix and V for Vendetta, which is good enough for us.

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