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New ‘Arrested Development,’ Olsen Twins On ‘Fuller House,’ And Everything Else Netflix Is Working On

Today was the first day of the 2015 Television Critics Association press tour, that annual event where chief content officers and other people with important-sounding titles tease their upcoming slate of projects. First up was Netflix, which must be feeling good after receiving 34 Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Outstanding Drama Series (House of Cards). Here’s just about everything we learned:

BoJack Horseman, which you should watch, has been renewed for season three.

-Aziz Ansari’s Master of None, which “follows the personal and professional lives of Dev (Ansari), a 30-year-old actor in New York who has trouble deciding what he wants to eat, much less the pathway for the rest of his life,” debuts November 6. It was co-created by Parks and Recreation‘s Alan Yang, and also stars H. Jon Benjamin and Noel Wells (SNL).

Jessica Jones, with Krysten Ritter and David Tennant, will be out sometime before the end of 2015. A new Marvel series will be released every six months leading up to Defenders.

-Also out in 2015: Bob Odenkirk and David Cross’ With Bob and David, as well as the resurrected Longmire, season four of which premieres on September 10.

-Will the Fuller House reunion get even, well, fuller?

-Everyone hated the stupendously unfunny Pixels, but Netflix still believes in Adam Sandler. “We did our deal with Adam Sandler because he is an enormous international movie star,” “we are as encouraged as ever,” and “I don’t feel I have to defend Adam Sandler” are things you have to say when you’ve given someone tens of millions of dollars.

-Ted Sarandos, the aforementioned chief content officer, said that it is Netflix’s intention “to have another season of Arrested Development and negotiations are under way.” Taste the happy.

-And most importantly:

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