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Dystopian satire 'Black Mirror' will premiere on Netflix on October 21st, the streaming service has announced. The US firm is the series' new home after Channel 4 lost the rights.

Its third series will comprise six episodes, and will be executive produced by creator Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones.

But that's not the only series starting soon on Netflix. It has no fewer than nine new series on the horizon, including the hotly anticipated 'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' (November 25th), 'Chef's Table: France' (September 2nd), 'Easy' (September 22nd), 'The Ranch' (October 7th), 'Lovesick' (November 17th), 'Beat Bugs' (November 18th), 'Captive' (December 9th) and 'One Day at a Time' (January 6th).

Netflix has also renewed some shows for second series. Chelsea Handler's comedy series 'Chelsea' will return sometime in 2017, as will 'Lady Dynamite', and Rob Schneider's comedy 'Real Rob'.

It's also signed an untitled Motown project that will be a musically-themed animation for children and families. It's from Josh Wakely (the man behind 'Beat Bugs') and will have Motown legend Smokey Robinson as executive music producer. It too will air in 2017.

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