Netflix Announces 18 New Movies/TV Shows For January

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We’ve only got a few weeks left of 2020, so we might as well start looking ahead to 2021. When it comes to new arrivals dropping on Netflix in January, it’s too early to get our hands on a full list at this stage, but a small amount of titles have already been announced, including a bunch of newly licensed movies that’ll be added on the first of the month as well as a couple of much-anticipated originals that are on the way throughout the rest of January.

On New Year’s Day, Netflix is delivering a number of classic 2000s films. A couple of them are Christmas flicks, too, so make sure to squeeze those in just before the festive season officially ends. Oddly enough, both star Vince Vaughn as well – 2007’s Fred Claus and 2008’s Four Christmases. Meanwhile, Zac Efron comedy 17 Again goes up the same day, as does Jesse Eisenberg’s 30 Minutes or Less. Also, don’t miss Liam Neeson actioner Unknown. 

Here’s the full list of everything that we know is coming to Netflix in January so far:

January 1st 

17 Again (2009)
30 Minutes or Less (2011)
Fred Claus (2007)
Four Christmases (2008)
London Heist (2017)
Monarca (Season 2)
The Minimalists: Less Is Now (2021)
Unknown (2011)
What Happened to Mr. Cha? (2021)

January 2nd

Asphalt Burning (2021)

January 5th

Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 1)

January 7th

Pieces of a Woman (2021)

January 8th

Cobra Kai (Season 3)
Lupin (Season 1)
Stuck Apart / Azizler (2021)

January 22nd

The White Tiger (2021)

January 27th

50M2 (Season 1)

January 29th

The Dig (2021)

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German action thriller Asphalt Burning lands on the 2nd, with pre-school series Gabby’s Dollhouse arriving on the 5th. The 7th then brings another major release – Pieces of a Woman, the Martin Scorsese-produced indie drama starring Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf that made a big impression at the Venice Film Festival.

The 8th is an exciting day as well, delivering three Netflix originals. Namely, Turkish movie Stuck Apart, French series Lupin and, last but not least, the long-awaited third season of Cobra Kai. The Karate Kid sequel show was cancelled by YouTube Red after two seasons, but Netflix picked it up for this new batch of episodes.

January 22nd then brings Indian dark comedy The White Tiger while Turkish comedy series 50M2 drops on the 27th. And finally, the last title we can say that’s coming in January right now is British biopic The Dig, starring Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan.

Tell us, though, what will you be checking out on Netflix next month? As always, let us know down below.