Netflix is looking to expand its original series portfolio with new originals, with the company’s first new original series in more than two years slated for this fall.
The series is expected to be called Blackout and is slated to air on Netflix in 2017.
Netflix’s original programming slate has seen some shakeups recently, with shows like House of Cards, Orange is the New Black and Stranger Things both having been pulled from Netflix due to poor ratings.
It’s not clear if Netflix will keep those shows, though.
Blackout is likely to be the first original Netflix series to make the jump to streaming, as it is set in the aftermath of the 2016 shooting of a Black man in Louisiana by police, which sparked nationwide protests.
The show will also be set in an alternate reality in which there was a much larger Black population than there is now.
Netflix is also planning to launch a new comedy series called The Unwritten, which is set to air in 2017 and is being described as a new version of The UnReal, which was first announced back in 2016.
The network has also been releasing a handful of other new series each year, including The Punisher, The Crown, American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson and House of Lies.
Netflix currently has more than 30 original series available for streaming, including many from original producers and talent, but the company is also working on a number of shows that are coming to the streaming service later this year.