Netflix is firming up some premiere dates for new and returning series.
We have news on Elite, Dear White People, and Katee Sackhoff's big TV return.
Dear White People will be back in session on Friday, August 2.
Little details have been revealed about the third season, but we're sure it will be just as witty as ever.
Dear White People, based on the 2014 movie of the same name follows students at the socially conscious Winchester College.
It focuses on radio host, Samantha White (Logan Browning), and her "Dear White People" segments.
The cast also includes Brandon P. Bell, DeRon Horton, and Antoinette Robinson.
Elsewhere, the streamer will be taking viewers back into the wonderful, but corrupt world of Elite in September.
Netflix confirmed the news thanks to a social media post featuring Miguel Bernardeau and Danna Paola as their characters Guzman and Lucrecia.
Lu says, "Baby listen to me." Guzmán responds, "Shall we say it?"
"Hmm, I don't know. But..."
"Well, we have to tell them when we're coming back from our vacation, right?
"No, it's better if we do it at the same time, together, OK?"
Okay then, but before we get the actual premiere date, the phone they were using died.
Hey, at least we have the month, right?
Elite was a success for Netflix when it launched last year, focusing on a group of teenagers who are forced to attend a private school.
Once there, a tale of murder and deception kicks off, leaving one character in a pool of blood, and an even bigger pool of suspects.
Meanwhile, Katee Sackhoff's big TV return will get underway this summer, with Another Life premiering on July 25.
The series follows an astronaut Niko Breckinridge (Sackhoff) who is searching the space system for alien intelligence.
She is the leader of a crew on a mission to explore the origins aliens. As Niko and her young crew study, they find themselves thrust into a world of uncertainty and run the risk of not returning home.
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