You wait ages for a new series on Netflix, and then three land at once.
First up is the second series of 'Narcos', the only one of the new series that doesn't concern superheroes. It features an epic manhunt that picks up where the first series left off, with Escobar escaping house arrest. Check it out.
It launches on Netflix on September 2nd.
'Luke Cage' sees the titular character get his own show, after debuting in Netflix's 'Jessica Jones' last year. The series sees Cage take on characters like Misty Knight (Simone Missick) and Night Nurse Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson). As the trailer shows, he's also a dab hand at fighting off entire gangs single-handed.
It hits Netflix on September 30th.
Cage also stars in 'The Defenders', a series featuring all manner of Marvel characters including Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Iron Fist. They team up to fight a mystical evil that threatens to swallow New York City. It'll arrive on Netflix in 2017.
Speaking of Daredevil, the show of the same name is coming back for a third series, Marvel announced. It didn't say when the show would land, or reveal any details, just tweeted a short video clip of Hell's Kitchen subway station.
Still, Marvel fans already have plenty to get their teeth into.