Here’s what’s heading to Netflix in 2018!

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2017 was a huge year for Netflix, Orange is the New Black made an epic return and 13 Reasons Why made an explosive its debut. And 2018 is set to be bigger and better with some of the biggest shows set to return to our screens.

LOVE | Season 3 | March 9

Good news if you’re a fan of this original series, Netflix confirmed that LOVE is returning. The bad news is that this is the final chapter of Mickey’s and Gus’ insanely complicated relationship that sees Mickey continue to battle her addiction to drugs, sex and alcohol, while Gus perseveres to work towards his dream of becoming a scriptwriter. Streaming from March 9, you’ve got plenty of time to catch up on seasons one and two.

Orange is the New Black | Season 6

Viewers of Orange is the New Black were left shooketh after the explosive ending to season six (no spoilers here, we promise). Whilst Netflix is yet to reveal any specific details about the release date of season six, we’re expecting it to take us whole new level as we rejoin the prisoners of Litchfield in Jenji Conan’s award-winning comedy/drama.

Series of Unfortunate Events | Season 2

Things are about to go from bad to worse for the Baudelaire orphans Violet, Klaus and Sunny as they continue to be terrorised by Count Olaf. Starring Neil Patrick Harris, this original series follows in the footsteps of the 2004 movie. Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events season 2 will stream from March 30.

13 Reasons Why | Season 2

It was one of the most talked about and controversial series of 2016, and it’s set to return to screens this year. While it remains very unclear what path the storyline of 13 Reasons Why will follow, but our guess is twists, turns and heartbreak, that has once again see’s Selena Gomez as its executive producer.

Ozark | Season 2

Commissioned for a second series, no one knows quite what to expect when we jump back into the lives of the Bryd family in the latest season of Ozark when it returns this year. Details are very much being kept under wraps, so Netflix clearly want to keep viewers guessing.

Better Call Saul | Season 4

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A spin-off of the gripping Breaking Bad, the success of Better Call Saul‘s previous series has left us really looking forward to season four. There’s no specific release date from Netflix, but we have been told the series will drop this summer, so keep your eyes open.

Making a Murderer | Season 2

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Making a Murderer hasn’t kept out the spotlight ever since the real-life documentary was first released back in 2015. A season that we’re desperate to watch here in the Style HQ, the trilling and gripping series continues to follow the ongoing stories of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, who were both convicted for the murder of photographer, Teresa Halbach.

Glow | Season 2

We were hooked on GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) when it made it’s Netflix debut last year. Starring Alison Brei, Betty Gilpin and our very own Kate Nash, this comedy series is one that you need to add on to your watch list!

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