While most of the TV series won’t be coming back until fall, here are three new series on Netflix to be released this August.

1. Disjointed

Created by the person behind “The Big Bang Theory” and “Two & a Half Men,” Chuck Lorre together with David Javerbaum, comes the comedy series “Disjointed.” The story follows Ruth Whitefeather Feldman, played by Kathy Bates, who is a lifelong advocate for the legalization of marijuana. Her dream come to reality with the opening of her cannabis dispensary in Los Angeles.

Ruth is joined by her ‘budtenders’ Jenny, Olivia and Pete played by Elizabeth Ho, Elizabeth Alderfer, and Dougie Baldwin respectively.

Ruth also employs her newly graduate son Travis played by Aaron Moten. Tone Bell and Chris Redd also joins the show as Carter and Dank respectively. Bell plays the shop’s security guard who has previously served in Afghanistan. Redd’s character is a stoner who is a regular customer at the dispensary.

The series is written by Lorre and Javerbaum; they also serve as executive producers. The first season of the show will consist 20 episodes and will be available on Netflix on August 25.

2. Atypical

This new series might be one of the biggest hits coming to Netflix. “Atypical” is Netflix’s new comedy series is about an autistic teenager who is searching for acceptance and a girlfriend. In an interview with USA Today, series creator Robia Rashid said that the theme of the series is that ‘no one’s normal.’ Rashid hopes that “Atypical” will appeal to viewers, with its universal theme of coming of age, struggling to fit in and looking for love.

The series stars Keir Gilchrist as Sam, an autistic teenager who is struggling with dating and finding independence. The series also follows Sam’s family and how his independence will affect them. Jennifer Jason Leigh plays Sam’s protective mother Elsa, Michael Rapaport plays Doug, Sam’s Father. Brigette Lundy-Paine plays Sam’s sister Casey, and Amy Okuda plays Julia, Sam’s therapist.

The first season of “Atypical” will consist of 8 episodes and will be available on August 11.

3. Marvel’s The Defenders

Probably one of the most anticipated series coming to Netflix is “The Defenders.” The new Marvel series merges Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, the Daredevil and the Iron Fist – all of which were previously released and culminated with “The Defenders.” The street heroes will be joining forces to save New York City.

The series will star Mike Colter as Luke Cage, Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock and Finn Jones as Danny Rand. The heroes will be joined by Rosario Dawson as Claire Temple, Rachel Taylor as Trish Walker, Elden Hensen as Foggy Nelson, Simon Missick as Misty Knight, Jessica Henwick as Colleen Wing and Elodie Young as Elektra.

The cast will be joined by Sigourney Weaver who will be playing the role of Alexandra, who is going to be the antagonist of the series. Showrunner Marco Ramirez has not released other details regarding the series or the villain.

The first season will consist of 8 episodes and will be available on August 18.