Your Netflix Fix: New Trailers for ‘Grace and Frankie,’ ‘Marseille’ and More!

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Still from 'Grace and Frankie'
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It’s impossible to keep up with everything Netflix is working on, that’s why we’ve rounded up the highlights for you!

Been binging on too much Netflix and need a breather? Good idea! While recuperating, why not get caught up on all the latest shows and movies in the works from the streaming service. There’s a new trailer for Grace and Frankie, casting news from the Miranda Sings show Haters Back Off, and loads more.

Did you love the first season Netflix’s original comedy Grace and Frankie? Of course you did! And it’s time to get hyped because a second season is only weeks away! Today, the trailer was released showcasing the next chapter in the twosome’s hilarious show.

The trailer features Grace and Frankie (played by Jane Fondaand Lily Tomlin, respectively) gabbing about picking up men at the Farmer’s Market, infusing a watermelon with vodka, and lounging beachside. These two were born for these roles.

The new season arrives May 6th.

Excited for YouTube star Colleen Ballinger-Evans’ Netflix comedy? The talented multi-hyphenate behind Miranda Sings has found her family for the show.The Office actress Angela Kinsey will be playing Miranda’s much-referenced mother, while Steve Little, from The Grinder, will be playing the fictional no-talent singer’s uncle, Jim.

As per usual with her beloved character, Ballinger-Evans made the announcement in a new video featuring Kinsey.

Are you fan ofHouse of Cards? Well, Netflix has a potent new political thriller on the way titled Marseille. Expanding their international content, the French drama follows Robert Taro (Gérard Depardieu), the mayor of the scenic port city as he embarks upon one last political play: constructing a casino in the city’s historic marina.

The trailer offers oodles of dark and compelling moments in a city that is just begging to be the setting of a brooding drama series.

Domhnall Gleeson, that guy who was in Ex Machina, Brooklyn, The Revenant and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is joining Will Forte for a new Netflix film about the founding of the humor magazine National Lampoon, according to theHollywood Reporter.

Titled A Futile and Stupid Gesture, the film will star Forte as Doug Kenney, the magazine’s co-founder, while Gleeson will portray his colleague Henry Beard. The iconic magazine helped shape some of the most important comedic voices of the 1970s.