New Netflix original titles are coming to Netflix on Tuesday.
Netflix has announced that the new shows are titled Outcast & Paradise, which will premiere on Netflix on April 21, and Paradise & Co., which will be available on April 25.
Both series will be streamed exclusively on Netflix in their original formats, with no digital downloads available for streaming.
Both shows will have exclusive Netflix Originals titles on the platform.
Outcast, for example, will be presented in the Netflix Original series format, with the same format as other Netflix Original content, and can be streamed as a standalone viewing experience or with the Netflix Origials app.
Paradise will be a new standalone series for Netflix Originating shows, with a premiere date of April 25, which is also the premiere date for the other Netflix Originated shows.
Outcast is a coming-of-age drama series about an outcast kid whose life is changed when he is unexpectedly adopted by a loving family.
The series was co-created by Chris Sarandon and Rachel McAdams, with stars Sarah Silverman and Kate McKinnon.
Paradise is about a young couple who are reunited with their former adopted son.
The new series will explore the growing friendship between the two couples as they pursue their own personal goals.
Both series are produced by Amy Poehler and Seth Rogen, with Amy Poehl and her team also executive producing Paradise, and will be executive produced by Rogen and Amy Poehn, as well as Amy Poellis’ sister-in-law, Jennifer Poehler.
Outcasts is the second season of the comedy series, which was first created in 2018.
Paradises is a new series from Amy Poehls and her producers.
It’s a coming of age drama set in an alternate reality where the protagonist, a teenage girl, is adopted by an unlikely couple and raised by them.
Amy Poehdens creator Amy Poehrls is the writer and executive producer of the new series.
Paradise, meanwhile, is a series set in a different reality in which the protagonist is adopted and raised as a normal teenager.
It was created by writer/producer Amy Poehmels, who also produced the series Outcasts, and stars Kristen Bell, Zach Galifianakis, J.K. Simmons, Rufus Sewell, and Aidy Bryant.