Netflix's 2017 lineup is unbelievably stellar, featuring what looks to be some of the best, most promising, or most hyped TV shows this year.
Marc N. Kleinhenz
About the Author Marc N. Kleinhenz has written for 31 sites, including The Huffington Post, IGN, and The Escapist. He's the editor of the Tower of the Hand ebooks (covering Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire), has co-created and -hosted three podcasts, and has even taught English in Japan. He also likes mittens.
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