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How ‘Santa Clarita Diet’s’ Nazi Storyline Connects to Charlottesville

"I think because of our president, they are not as marginalized, unfortunately, as you wish they were or as they once were," showrunner Victor Fresco says of white supremacists like the Hitler supporters shown in the second season of Netflix's zombie comedy.

‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Stars Drew Barrymore, Timothy Olyphant on the Accidental Relevance of Season 2

"I think we were more on the pulse of the outside world than we may have even intended to be," Olyphant says of how much the latest batch of episodes of Netflix's zombie comedy touch on the current political climate.

Netflix’s New Releases Coming in March 2018

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will be available on the streaming service in March 2018.

‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix

The Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant-starring zombie comedy will return in 2018.

‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Creator on Zombie Comedies, Drew Barrymore and Mistaking Fake Body Parts for Real Ones

"It was a juicy role for her to play — in more ways than one," Victor Fresco tells THR of Barrymore's role as a suburban realtor-turned-zombie.

‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Premiere: Drew Barrymore Talks Show’s “Gritty, Unique Tone”

Netflix boss Ted Sarandos also discussed what drew him to the project: "We're always looking to do something that isn't already on television, and horror comedy as a genre is really hard to find."

‘Santa Clarita Diet’: TV Review

Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant star in 'Santa Clarita Diet,' an amusing Netflix series that works hard to bring zombie horror into a modern suburban marriage comedy.

‘Santa Clarita Diet’: Drew Barrymore Netflix Series Reveals Big Twist

The streaming giant unveiled several new photos for the mysterious series, ahead of its Feb. 3 global debut.

Drew Barrymore, Timothy Olyphant to Star in Netflix Comedy Series ‘Santa Clarita Diet’

'Better Off Ted' alum Victor Fresco will serve as showrunner on the single-camera comedy, due in 2017.