Netflix made a batch of programming announcements today, including announcing the renewal of the series “BoJack Horseman” for a third season, USA Today reports. The animated show’s second season rolled out July 17.
“The streaming service also announced premiere dates for the fourth season of ‘Longmire’ (Sept. 10) and Aziz Ansari’s new series — which also gets a name — ‘Master of None’ (Nov. 6) at the start of its session on the opening day of the Television Critics Association summer press tour,” the publication reports.
The Western-themed “Longmire” moves to Netflix for a 10-episode season four after airing its first three seasons on A&E.
Netflix also took the wraps off premiere dates for a number of original comedy specials, the report notes. “Demetri Martin: Live (At the Time)” is due Aug. 14; “Anjelah Johnson: Not Fancy” bows Oct. 2; “Anthony Jeselnik: Thoughts and Prayers” rolls out Oct. 16; “John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid” arrives Nov. 13; “Brent Morin” debuts Dec. 1; and “Mike Epps: After Dark” unspools Dec. 18.