It’s the last week of January, and the various major streaming services have a lot of new content to offer over the next seven days to send off the first month of 2021 in style. Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video have a range of fresh movies and TV shows, both originals and newly licensed, coming up, and here’s your full guide to everything hitting streaming for the week beginning January 25th.
Go Dog Go — NETFLIX FAMILY
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel
50M2 (Season 1) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Bonding (Season 2) — NETFLIX FILM
Penguin Bloom — NETFLIX FILM
Outlander (Season 4) — NETFLIX FILM
Mixed-Ish: Season 2 Premiere (ABC)
The Haves and Have Nots: Complete Season 7B (OWN)
June & Kopi — NETFLIX FILM
Below Zero (Bajocero) — NETFLIX FILM
The Dig — NETFLIX FILM
Finding ‘Ohana — NETFLIX FILM
We Are: The Brooklyn Saints — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
The Incredible Dr. Pol
Ramona and Beezus
Texas Storm Squad
WandaVision – New Episode
Extras – Beyond the Clouds: A Promise Kept (Finale)
MORE FROM THE WEB
¡Animo Juventud! (Aka Go Youth!), 2021
What I Like About You
The Little Things
Jann: Complete Seasons 1 & 2 (Distribution 360)
Chick Fight (2020)
While there are unusually no new arrivals due on Monday across any of the platforms, Tuesday brings pre-school animation Go Dog Go to Netflix and, for sci-fi fans, all of Babylon 5 to HBO Max. Wednesday then delivers a bunch of new Netflix content, including another acclaimed indie drama – Penguin Bloom, starring Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln, in his first post-Walking Dead role. Prime, meanwhile, adds season 2 of ABC comedy Mixed-Ish the same day.
On Thursday, Netflix shares Indonesian family comedy June & Kopi, while Friday brings a load of great stuff to Disney Plus. There are all four seasons of 90s cult favorite Dinosaurs, 2013 animated movie Epic, Selena Gomez flick Ramona and Beezus and the latest episode of Marvel’s WandaVision, which promises to deepen the mystery of the mind-bending MCU series.
The same day, The Little Things releases on HBO Max and in theaters. The neo-noir crime thriller stars Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto. Meanwhile, Prime adds fantasy flick Mortal and Bella Thorne comedy Chick Fight, and Hulu delivers both seasons of Canadian sitcom Jann. Last but not least, faith-based film Fatima drops on Netflix on January 31st.
Tell us, though, what do you plan on catching this week across the various streaming services? Let us know down below.