Longmire

With Sense8, Orange Is the New BlackBojack Horseman, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, and Narcos, Netflix ensured we’d have a whole summer’s worth of binge-watch material. Now that binge-watch binge can continue into this fall, as Netflix has set release dates for Longmire Season 3 and Aziz Ansari‘s newly titled Master of None.

Hit the jump for the Netflix Longmire and Master of None premiere dates. 

As announced by Netflix today, Master of None will debut with 10 episodes on November 6. The semi-autobiographical comedy stars Ansari as Dev, “a 30-year-old actor in  New York who has trouble deciding what he wants to eat, much less the pathway for the rest of his life.” The show tackles “subjects as diverse as the plight of the elderly, the immigrant experience, and how to find the most delicious pasta for dinner.”

Master of None, which Netflix picked up in April, is executive produced by Ansari with Parks and Recreation‘s Mike Schur and Alan Yang, Louie‘s Dave Becky, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s David MinerH. Jon BenjaminLena WaitheEric WareheimNoël Wells, and Kelvin Yu will star with Ansari. atch options this summer. Now the streaming service has announced plans

Meanwhile, Longmire will return for its 10-episode fourth season on September 10. The neo-Western crime drama originally debuted on A&E, and lasted three seasons there before Netflix picked it up last fall. Season 4 promises to pick up “moments after Season 3’s exciting finale, and to reveal to the audience “what happened, and whether Walt can be stopped before he makes a fatal choice.”

Robert Taylor returns as Walt Longmire, along with series regulars Katee SackhoffLou Diamond PhillipsCassidy FreemanBailey Chase, and Adam Bartley. Gerald McRaney returns as a recurring star. New additions for Season 4 include Ally Walker in a recurring role.

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