The New Marvel and Aziz Ansari Trailers Look Great…Like Pretty Much Everything Netflix Does

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last 5 years, this is just a reminder.

Netflix. Is. Amazing.

Remember when you actually had to put on clothes, leave your house, and interact with some emo tween stuck behind a Blockbuster counter? And all before you could stay in to watch a movie (the horror, the horror).

Well, Netflix remembers, and they did something about it – they brought you all of your favourite TV shows and movies so you don’t have to leave the apartment when you’re hungover for the second day in a row.

But if you thought that was enough, you haven’t been paying attention. ‘Cause they’ve gone ahead and produced original content that’s just as good as anything they’re paying for the rights to.

Go ahead, have a look below and tell us you haven’t binged watched at least one of them (or all of them) in the last few years:

House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, Bloodline, Daredevil, Narcos, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Bojack Horseman, and stand-up comedy specials from so many huge comedians.

What a time to be alive.

And guess what? It gets better.

Netflix dropped two trailers in the last 24 hours for two more all new originals that each look fantastic.

The first is a brand new comedy from everyone’s favourite loud-but-tiny man Aziz Ansari (though Kevin Hart might have some room to argue this) called Masters of None.

The show stars Ansari as an out-of-work 30 something actor struggling to make his career and living an awkward, but hilarious life. Take a look at the trailer for yourself, and see why we think this will be a must watch:

The second is the much anticipated Marvel series Jessica Jones, based on a lesser known comic book hero. Following the path of Daredevil, we see a dark and gritty imagining of this heroine’s world, with Krysten Ritter headlining as the main character. And might we add, it’s refreshing to see this kind of series taken on with a strong female lead.

Look, all we can say is Netflix is crushing it.

Which is a very good thing, ’cause who actually wants to spend their weekends outside…