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Everything you need to know about Netflix OriginalsNetflix brands more than just series as original -- but what does it really mean?
Your guide to all things original on Netpicks. [MUSIC] This is Netpicks, and we're talking Netflix original series, comedy specials, documentaries, and movies. These are the ones you won't find anywhere but Netflix. March 20th brings Bloodline, set in the Florida Keys and about one family's drama, starring Linda Cardellini and Friday Night Light's Coach Taylor, I mean. Kyle Chandler. Catch season nine of Trailer Park Boys March 27. But Inspector Gadget is also available that day so choose wisely. After that the next Marvel property we all have high hopes for, Daredevil, begins April 10. So with all these titles why doesn't Netflix have an originals section? Probably because it'd be a huge mess and seriously blur the line between original, exclusives, and continuations. Under Original Series shows made by or for Netflix you have ones such as House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, and Hemlock Grove. Those are the truly original originals. Originals. Then there's the originals that really are just exclusives, meaning Netflix has sole distribution rights for them in the US, like Peaky Blinders, The Fall, Happy Valley, Lilyhammer, and Knights of Sidonia. Then you have continuation series, where Netflix picked up a show and produced seasons of it after its initial TV run. Like Arrested Development, Trailer Park Boys, The Killing, and Longmire. Basically most things you see branded as a Netflix original really just means they pay a lot of money so you can't watch it anywhere else. Here's the full list of every Netflix original available to watch, whatever that really means. Well, that's it for next week's original. I'm Caitlin. Stop watching this and start watching that. [MUSIC]