Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt fans can finally stop wondering when they will be able to catch up with the exploits of their favorite sunshine-and-lollypops Mole Woman: Netflix has announced that the second season of Tina Fey and Robert Carlock's series will hit the streaming service April 15.
It's also been announced that Netflix has picked Schmidt up for a third season before the second has even been released—that's confidence.
Over the weekend, Netflix released premiere dates for ten other of its original series, including for the fourth seasons of House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, the Full House reboot Fuller House and Baz Luhrmann's look at disco and rap in the Bronx in the '70s, The Get Down. (Check out our list of the new Netflix shows coming this year that we're most excited for.)
As well as renewing Schmidt, Netflix announced it has picked up superhero series Jessica Jones for a second season, though there is no release date as of yet.
Here is the full list of just-announced dates:
• Love (Feb 11)
• Fuller House (Feb 26)
• House of Cards (March 4)
• Flaked (March 11)
• The Ranch (April 1)
• Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (April 15)
• Marseilles (May 5)
• Grace and Frankie (May 6)
• Orange Is the New Black (June 17)
• Stranger Things (July 15)
• The Get Down (Aug 12)
Wondering about Aziz Ansari's Master of None? It may be some time before we get more of the award-winning series. Ansari has said he wants to do a second season, but needs "time to refill my head. The first season was so personal and I want to make sure that what ever we do for season two lives up to what we did for season one. We'd love to do it; we're just figuring it out."