New to Netflix in January

Cobra Kai’s Peyton List as Tory and Jacob Bertrand as Eli.

Original Series

Headspace Guide to Meditation (01/01/2021)

Headspace takes a friendly, animated look at helpful meditation practices and the research on their effects. 

Dream Home Makeover: Season 2 (01/01/2021)

Shea and Syd McGee keep the dream alive for families in search of stylish spaces, whether it’s a comfy cabin or a manor sporting NBA-worthy hoops.

¡Nailed It! México: Season 3 (05/01/2021)

Crooked cakes, deflated bakes and hapless takes on Pancho Villa and Einstein put the pressure of amateur pastry chefs hoping to win a sweet cash prize.

History of Swear Words (05/01/2021)

A loud and proudly profane new series that explores the origins, pop culture usage, science and societal impact of bad words.

Lupin (08/01/2021)

Inspired by the adventures of Arsène Lupin, gentleman thief Assane Diop sets out to avenge his father for an injustice inflicted by a wealthy family.

Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 5 (08/01/2021)

Raphael Rowe, who spent years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, volunteers to go behind bars in the Philippines, Greenland and South Africa.

Bling Empire (15/01/2021)

Follows a wildly wealthy group of Asian and Asian American friends (and frenemies) in Los Angeles who are as good at keeping secrets as they are at spilling them.

Disenchantment: Part 3 (15/01/2021)

Bean must step up her princess game amid royal plots, deepening mysteries, King Zøg’s increasing instability and concerns about who will rule Dreamland.

Spycraft (20/01/2021)

This is a look at the gadgetry behind some of history’s greatest stories of espionage, the minds that invented them and the agents that used them.

Daughter From Another Mother (Madre solo hay dos) (20/01/2021)

Two very different women form a peculiar family when they discover that their 6-month-old children were erroneously exchanged at birth.

Call My Agent!: Season 4 (21/01/2021)

The agents at top Paris talent firm ASK are back for a fourth season with Andrea in charge and the agency in a precarious state.

Fate: The Winx Saga (22/01/2021)

A teen fairy learns to master magic while forming friendships, falling in love, fighting monsters and most importantly searching for her true identity.

Busted!: Season 3 (22/01/2021)

Celebrity sleuths take a stab at solving smaller crimes that lead to a larger mystery.

Blown Away: Season 2 (22/01/2021)

A new batch of glass-blowing artists from around the world battle the heat, the clock and each other in 10 dynamic challenges.

Bonding: Season 2 (TBA)

Totally broke and banned from every dungeon in New York City, best friends Tiff and Pete work to rebuild their reputations in the bondage community.

Cobra Kai: Season 3 (TBA)

Everyone’s reeling in the aftermath of the violent high school brawl between their dojos, which has left Miguel in a precarious condition. While Daniel searches for answers in his past and Johnny seeks redemption, Kreese further manipulates his vulnerable students with his own vision of dominance. 

50M2 (TBA)

After betraying his bosses, a hitman hides out in a vacant tailor shop, where he assumes the identity of the late owner’s son.

Weekly Seres

Riverdale: Season 5 (21/01/2021)

Original Film

Pieces of a Woman (07/01/2021)

A heartbreaking home birth leaves a woman grappling with the profound emotional fallout, isolated from her partner and family by a chasm of grief.

Stuck Apart(Azizler) (08/01/2021)

Knee-deep in a midlife crisis, Aziz seeks solace from his mundane job, lonesome friends and rowdy family as he puts on an act of sanity.

Outside the Wire (15/01/2021)

In the near future, a drone pilot sent into a war zone finds himself paired with a top-secret android officer on a mission to stop a nuclear attack.

Double Dad (Pai Em Dobro) (15/01/2021)

While her mother is abroad, an 18-year-old who’s lived in a hippie commune all her life sneaks out into the real world to find her biological father.

So My Grandma’s a Lesbian! (Salir del ropero) (22/01/2021)

When Eva’s grandmother decides to marry her best friend, Celia, Eva worries what her conservative fiancé and his family will think.

The White Tiger (22/01/2021)

The ambitious driver for a rich Indian family uses his wit and cunning to escape from poverty and become an entrepreneur. Based on the bestselling novel.

The Dig (29/01/2021)

When a wealthy widow hires an amateur archeologist to excavate burial mounds on her estate, they uncover history-changing treasure.

Finding ‘Ohana (29/01/2021)

Two Brooklyn-raised siblings spending a summer in Oahu find a journal pointing to long-lost treasure and set out on an epic adventure with new friends.

Original Comedy

Natalie Palamides: Nate – A One Man Show (01/12/2020)

Follows an alpha male (Natalie Palamides) learning to express emotion and understand the rules of consent.

Ari Eldjárn: Pardon My Icelandic (02/12/2020)

Ari Eldjárn pokes fun at Nordic rivalries, Hollywood’s take on Thor, the whims of toddlers and more.

Hazel Brugger: Tropical (02/12/2020)

Hazel Brugger offers her breezy takes on unruly geese, chatty gynecologists, German bank loans and more.

London Hughes: To Catch a D*ck (22/12/2020)

Explores the complete mystery of why the world is full of desirable, brilliant but single women – who definitely don’t need a man but wouldn’t mind the option.

Best of Stand-Up 2020 (31/12/2020)

This compilation features the funniest jokes from comedians in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand that have launched specials in 2020.

Original Documentary

The Minimalists: Less Is Now (01/01/2021)

They’ve built a movement out of minimalism. Longtime friends Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus share how our lives can be better with less.

Tony Parker: The Final Shot (06/01/2021)

This documentary examines the background and career of Tony Parker, whose determination led him to become one of the greatest French basketball players.

Surviving Death (06/01/2021)

What happens after we die? This docuseries explores personal stories and research on near-death experiences, reincarnation and paranormal phenomena.

Pretend It’s a City (08/01/2021)

Writer Fran Lebowitz discusses life in New York City as a reader, walker and incisive observer of the changes in contemporary culture and the city.

Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy (11/01/2021)

A cheap, powerful drug emerges during a recession, igniting a moral panic fueled by racism. Explore the complex history of crack in the 1980s.

Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer (13/01/2021)

Beneath the sunlit glamor of 1985 L.A. lurks a relentless serial killer, a willing acolyte of evil. Two detectives won’t rest until they catch him.

We Are: The Brooklyn Saints (29/01/2021)

This series follows the school and home lives of young football players and coaches fighting for survival with the odds stacked against them.

Kids & Family

Carmen Sandiego: Season 4 (15/01/2021)

From the snowy Himalayas to the pyramids of Egypt, Carmen and friends race to stay one step ahead of V.I.L.E. on their latest adventures.

Hello Ninja: Season 4 (19/01/2021)

Wesley, Georgie and Pretzel go on more fun-filled adventures, solve mysteries and learn important life lessons along the way.

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous:Season 2 (22/01/2021)

The teen campers still on the run from dinosaurs find hope of a rescue with a small group of eco-tourists. But things aren’t what they seem.

Original Anime

The Idhun Chronicles: Part 2 (08/01/2021)

In the next instalment of this fantasy trilogy, Jack, Victoria and Kirtash have grown and so have their problems. Are they still destined to change Idhún’s fate?

Highlights

The Office (US): S1-9 (TBA)

Batman Forever (01/01/2021)

The Dead Pool (01/01/2021) 

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (01/01/2021)

American Hustle (01/01/2021)

The Karate Kid (01/01/2021)

The Karate Kid Part II (01/01/2021)

Good Luck Chuck (01/01/2021)

Beneath Clouds (10/01/2021)

Sesame Street: Selections from Season 49 (15/01/2021)

Rocketman (26/01/2021).

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2 Responses to “New to Netflix in January”

  1. It’s wonderful to see Rocketman is coming, I haven’t seen that one yet even though I like Elton John. According to my Netflix on my phone we are also supposed to be getting Ready Player One and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle on January 4th 🙂

  2. Thanks for the Netflix updates, Trevor. Re Rocketman: I stopped being an Elton fan in the early ’80s but the movie’s great.

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