Streaming giant and everyone's unofficial best friend Netflix has detailed release dates for its original lineup in the coming months, including the debut of comedian Aziz Ansari's new show Master Of None.

The new show, beginning November 6th, stars Ansari as New York 30-something actor Dev, alongside co-stars H John Benjamin and Eric Wareheim. Ansari is the co-executive producer of the show with Alan Yang, who also stars.

As well, Netflix announced the return date for the fourth season of its drama Longmire, based on the best-selling novels by Craig Johnson. The new season will last 10 episodes beginning September 10th, but will only be available in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

Netflix also continues to build up its original comedic content with the new documentary film series Chelsea Does by Chelsea Handler, along with specials from notable comedians like, Demetri Martin, John Mulaney and Anthony Jeselnik.

Fans of Netflix's surprise animated hit BoJack Horseman also received good news this morning with the show's third season renewed just weeks after the season two debut. The series stars Will Arnett as the titular BoJack Horseman, a horse-actor trying to recover his life after breaking huge in the '80s. The deceptively deep, mature, and very funny series co-stars familiar names like Alison Brie, Paul F.