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Clear Your Schedule for Upcoming Streaming Shows

Clear Your Schedule for Upcoming Streaming Shows

With Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu releasing so much original content, it might be a little hard to keep up. New shows and new seasons are coming out on a regular basis, ready to stream. Here’s a look at the original shows coming in the next couple months to Amazon, Netflix, or Hulu!

3/7: Hulu Hard Sun—Set in a pre-apocalyptic world, a pair of detectives must work together despite not seeing eye to eye. Jim Sturgess and Agyness Deyn star in this Hulu Original. Watch the trailer on YouTube.

3/8: Netflix Marvel’s Jessica Jones (new season)—Jessica Jones, private investigator and former superhero, is back for season 2 in the Netflix Original set in the Marvel universe. Watch the trailers on Netflix.

3/9: Netflix Love (new season)—This comedy starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust (and co-created by Judd Apatow) is coming back for a final season with season 3. Watch the trailer on YouTube.

3/9: Amazon Sneaky Pete (new season)—Sneaky Pete’s first season starred Giovanni Ribisi as a con man and Bryan Cranston as the gangster he’s on the run from. Season two sees Ribisi’s character dealing with new problems. Watch the trailer on Amazon.

3/16: Netflix On My Block—This Netflix Original comedy is set in inner-city LA as four teens start high school together. Watch the trailer on YouTube.

3/23: Netflix Alexa & Katie—Alexa & Katie follows Alexa as she deals with cancer and starts high school with her best friend. (A trailer isn’t yet available.)

3/30: Amazon The Dangerous Book for Boys—This Amazon Original is based on the popular guidebook for boys. Watch the trailer on YouTube.

3/30: Netflix A Series of Unfortunate Events (new season)—This Netflix Original based on the Lemony Snicket books and starring Neil Patrick Harris is back for a second season. Watch the teaser on YouTube.

4/13: Amazon Bosch (new season)—Bosch is returning for a fourth season on Amazon. Bosch features Titus Welliver as Harry Bosch, a detective with the LAPD. Watch the trailer on YouTube.

4/25: Hulu The Handmaid’s Tale—This dystopian show, based on the book by Margaret Atwood, is returning for a second season with Elizabeth Moss starring once again. Watch the trailer on YouTube.