The streaming service has announced a slate of new titles and movies for next year that include the return of some old favorites as well as new offerings that feature new stars.

The list includes “The Hill” as well a reboot of “Parenthood” with new stars Sarah Michelle Gellar and Michael Kelly.

Also returning are “The Good Wife” with Julie Klausner and Matthew Perry, “The Big Bang Theory” with Chris Pratt and Emily Ratajkowski, “Glee” with Justin Theroux and Kristen Bell, “Orange is the New Black” with Tracee Ellis Ross, “Modern Family” with Kaley Cuoco and Jason Bateman, and “The Walking Dead” with Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Melissa McBride.

The “10 new shows” will debut this fall on Netflix, but the list is expected to grow.

The showlist includes “10” from “Gone Girl,” “13 Reasons Why,” “14,” “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” “The Exorcist,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Babylon 5,” “Chronicle,” “Dragons,” “House,” “Orange Is the New Bitch,” “Riverdale,” “Scandal,” “Shameless,” “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” “Supernatural,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “War Dogs,” “Whiplash,” “30 Rock,” “Misfits,” “Treme,” “Transformers: Age Of Extinction,” “Valley Girl,” and “Zoolander 2.”

Also new are “Zoo,” “Vikings,” “Zombieland,” “Crisis,” “Doctor Who,” “Game of Thrones,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “Lost,” “Marvel’s Agent Carter,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Fargo,” “Hannibal,” “Breaking Bad,” “Dexter,” “Gotham,” “Empire,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Hell on Wheels,” “Insecure,” “Jane the Virgin,” “Kindergarten Cop,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Master of None,” “Melrose Place,” “Narcos,” “One Tree Hill,” “Portlandia,” “Project Runway,” “Quatermass,” “Ringer,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Silicon Valley,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “Sherlock,” “Stranger Things,” “True Blood,” “Top Chef,” “Westworld,” “What About Bob?” and “Wisdom,” to name a few.

Netflix is also introducing the “12 new films,” which includes “Blue Valentine,” “Blue Is the Warmest Color,” “Broken Hearts,” “Deadpool,” “Dreamgirls,” “Deepwater Horizon,” “Flatliners,” “Freak Show,” and more.

“The 12 new TV shows” include “American Dad,” “Agent Carter,” and the revival of “American Ninja Warrior,” to which “Arrow” stars Stephen Amell and David Ramsey have joined in the revival.

“We’re excited to have such a diverse cast and team for our lineup,” Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said.

“Their experience on television will be the key to unlocking the potential of our platform and expanding the conversation around the new shows we’re bringing to Netflix.”

The 10 new films and shows are expected to premiere this fall, and Netflix has a plan to add shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Big Bang Theory,” “Community,” “Family Guy,” “Friends,” “Grace and Frankie,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Mad Men,” “Modern Love,” “Mr. Robot,” “MythBusters,” “Nikita,” “NCIS,” “New Girl,” “”Parks and Recreation,” “Rectify,” “Sex and the City,” “SpongeBob SquarePants,” “Stargate Atlantis,” “Suburgatory,” “Thor,” “TV Land,” and many more.