It looks like Sense8 and the Netflix’s untitled psychological thriller from the creators of Damages won’t be hitting the streaming service until next year.
Netflix released its quarterly earnings report on Wednesday along with a letter to shareholders describing (among other things) its slate of upcoming original content.
The company didn’t go into many details about release schedules, but noted that 2014 will see the release of new seasons of House of Cards, Derek, Hemlock Grove, Orange is the New Black, Lilyhammer, The Killing, Turbo F.A.S.T., BoJack Horseman, Marco Polo and additional news kids series from Dreamworks Animation.
Missing from the list, and appearing on next year’s list, however, are Sense8 and the untitled thriller.
When Sense8, an ambitious project from the Wachowskis, was first announced, it was said to be aiming for a late 2014 release. In recent months, the timing had begun to come into question, and now we have official word from the company that a 2015 release is more likely.
CEO Reed Hastings and CFO David Wells said in their letter, “Looking into early 2015, we anticipate the release of the first season of Sense8 from the Wachowski siblings and J. Michael Straczynski, the as-yet unnamed project from the creators of Damages, and Daredevil, the first series from our recently announced deal with Marvel Television.”
The untitled thriller, which recently picked up a new cast member, never had any established release announcement attached to it, but early speculations had it coming out this year. It looks like we’ll be waiting a little longer for that too.
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