as a society we've outgrown the need for comedians

I can't get enough of loglines for international Netflix programming.

WILD ABANDON (NETFLIX)
Premieres Wednesday, March 30

DESCRIPTION:
In the haze of a midlife crisis, an architect begins living a double life as a punk.

TOMORROW (NETFLIX)
Premieres Friday, April 1

DESCRIPTION:
Made half-human and half-spirit by accident, a young man is employed by a company of grim reapers in the underworld.

FURIOZA (NETFLIX)
Premieres Wednesday, April 6

DESCRIPTION:
A policewoman makes her ex-boyfriend an offer he can't refuse: Either he infiltrates and informs on a gang of hooligans, or his brother goes to jail.

THE MARKED HEART (NETFLIX)
Premieres Wednesday, April 6

DESCRIPTION:
A man hell-bent on exacting revenge on the organ trafficking organization that murdered his wife becomes involved with the woman who received her heart.

HARD CELL (NETFLIX)
Premieres Tuesday, April 12

DESCRIPTION:
Events planner-turned-women's prison governor Laura Willis documents the thrills and spills of life behind bars.

HE'S EXPECTING (NETFLIX)
Premieres Thursday, April 21

DESCRIPTION:
When a successful ad executive who's got it all figured out becomes pregnant, he's forced to confront social inequities.

THE 7 LIVES OF LEA (NETFLIX)
Premieres Friday, April 22

DESCRIPTION:
After finding a young man's remains, Léa wakes up in the '90s and body swaps seven times as she tries to solve the mystery of his death — and prevent it.


Meanwhile, on BBC Three:

THE FAST AND THE FARMER-ISH

DESCRIPTION:
Teams of petrol heads pitch their souped-up tractors against each other in challenges that put their driving skills and vehicle power to the test. Who will take the tractor trophy?

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