Maria Bamford's Netflix show Lady Dynamite has a release date

They have a logo and banner. This shit is real now.

They have a logo and banner. This shit is real now.

When Netflix announced last June that Maria Bamford was set to create a 13-episode show for the streaming service, we were psyched. Now Lady Dynamite has become even more official, as a banner animation and premiere date have been released.

The show also has a twitter account, so there's no turning back:
— Lady Dynamite (@TheLadyDynamite) February 23, 2016 Bamford has been tweeting about the news via her account as well:

Are those emojis hints? Will there be cookies, sailboats, and fax machines on the show? We don't know! But what we do know is that Lady Dynamite is a single-camera comedy that follows a woman who loses her shit, and eventually puts it back together. Bamford is known for her honest comedy about living with depression and anxiety (her standup also earned her a spot on Vultures' "100 Jokes That Shaped Comedy" list), so we're thinking she will be drawing new material from this ever-relevant well.

Bamford has been making very official videos promoting the show as well:

The behind-the-scenes team is strong; Bamford is co-producing Lady Dynamite, along with Mitch Hurwitz (Arrested Development) and Pam Brady (South Park). There's also a lot of buzz surrounding who is set to pop up in episodes, as June Diane Raphael, Adam Pally, Patton Oswalt, Ana Gasteyer, Jenny Slate, Tig Notaro, and Sarah Silverman are all on the roster.