All of the original series that Netflix is filming now (and where)

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Netflix told shareholders (pdf) today that it will continue to ramp up its original programming. Here are all of its shows currently in development, according to the letter, and where they are filming:

Marco Polo

Where it’s filming: Kazakhstan, Malaysia, and Italy

What it’s about: “A historical adventure from executive producer Harvey Weinstein,” based on the explorer.


Where it’s filming: Colombia

What it’s about: Brazilian director José Padilha will begin directing the international cast in a 10-episode series about Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

Marvel’s Daredevil

Where it’s filming: New York

What it’s about: The first of a four-series partnership with Marvel Television, this will be 13 episodes based in “the gritty world of heroes and villains of Hell’s Kitchen, New York.”

House of Cards

Where it’s filming: Baltimore

What it’s about: The Emmy-winning show about the darker side of American politics is filming its third season.

Orange is the New Black

Where it’s filming: New York

What it’s about: Also filming its third season, the Emmy-nominated show will likely take viewers back to Litchfield Prison, and season one favorite Laura Prepon will be back as a series regular.


Where it’s filming: The Florida Keys

What it’s about: The Netflix letter to shareholders didn’t give a name to this show, but describes it as “a dark family thriller with an ensemble cast” that includes Kyle Chandler and Sissy Spacek.


Where it’s filming: Started in San Francisco, now in Chicago, and “will shoot in many international locations.”

What it’s about: “A mind-bending series” from Lana and Andy Wachowski, who are responsible for The Matrix trilogy.

Grace and Frankie

Where it’s filming: Los Angeles

What it’s about: a half-hour single-camera comedy with Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen and Sam Waterson. From Vulture: “Fonda and Tomlin will play longtime rivals who are stunned when their respective husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to marry.”