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Everything Coming to Netflix in January 2023

New year, new content! Here is everything you can expect on Netflix during January.
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The new year is finally upon us. Goodbye, 2022!

It’s a time of fresh beginnings, resolutions, and soon-to-be-forgotten gym memberships. It’s also a time for new content to stream! Netflix is ready to help you ring in the new year right: from the couch!

If you ask me, January 1st should officially be renamed National Netflix Day. After everyone stays up late to celebrate the ball drop, New Year’s Day should be a day of pajamas and binge-watching on the couch. That gym membership sign-up can wait until January 2nd, okay?

So, if you’re planning on spending the first day of the new year recovering from the last day of 2022, let’s take a look at all the new stuff heading to the streaming giant starting January 1st.

Lots of Content Arriving on New Year’s Day

In terms of the number of titles, New Year’s Day will see the most movies and series hitting Netflix. This first day is when tons of content arrives. A lot of these library entries are movies, and there is a little something for everyone.

There are classics, like 1978’s Grease and 1994’s Forrest Gump. Fans of ‘90s flicks will be stoked to find I Know What You Did Last Summer and Jerry Maguire coming back to Netflix. Plus, the first five films from the Rocky franchise arrive on January 1st, as well. (No word on if or when 2006’s Rocky Balboa will join them.)

If you prefer binging a series, multiple seasons of The Mindy Project are also arriving on January 1st. Originally airing on Fox and Hulu, the romantic comedy ran for six seasons. Mindy Kaling portrays Dr. Mindy Kuhel Lahiri, a professional in New York City who wishes her personal life was as successful as her professional life.

Three anime series will also arrive first thing in January. In Monster (2004-05), a neurosurgeon finds his life is turned upside down after he becomes involved with a psychopathic former patient. We’ll get multiple seasons of this one. Kimi ni Todoke: From Me To You, adapted from the Japanese shōjo romance manga of the same name, will also arrive on Netflix. We can also expect season 2 of The Way of the Househusband (Netflix Original anime series) on January 1st.

Netflix’s New Non-Linear Heist Drama Series

There is one new Netflix Original that stands out from the rest. Kaleidoscope arrives on New Year’s Day. This series, created by Eric Garcia, is inspired by true events and is centered around the largest heist ever attempted. It spans 25 years, following a crew of skilled thieves attempting to crack a vault for the biggest payday in history. Of course, there are betrayals, corruption, scheming, vengeance, and more.

While the plot is interesting enough, the actual layout of the show is what sets it apart from everything else on Netflix right now. Kaleidoscope is nonlinear. That means that the entire show is structured so that you can watch the episodes in any order. The order you choose will likely influence your perspective as you attempt to solve the mystery. It all culminates with the 8th episode, which is the finale.

Giancarlo Esposito and Paz Vega star, along with Jai Courtney, Rufus Sewell, Tati Gabrielle, and more.

Other Notable Releases

Of course, not everything drops on that first day of January. The rest of the month is packed with releases, too!

The much-anticipated follow-up to That ‘70s Show will arrive on the streaming service in January. Just like its predecessor, That ‘90s Show is a period teen sitcom – except this time, it’s in the 1990s. (A period piece set in the ‘90s makes me feel old, but anyway…) It will feature some of the same characters and locales from That ‘70s Show. Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith are back as Kitty and Red Forman. Laura Prepon returns as Donna, and Topher Grace is back as Eric Forman. Even Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are returning to reprise their roles as Jackie and Kelso. Expect new characters too, like teen Leia Forman, who makes friends with a new generation of Point Place kids in Wisconsin.

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Netflix Original film The Pale Blue Eye will be available on the streaming service starting January 6th. Christian Bale stars as a detective investigating a series of murders at the U.S. military academy in West Point, NY, during the 1800s, and he’s doing it with the assistance of a young Edgar Allan Poe. This will be Bale’s first major Netflix Original movie. If you can’t wait until then, the film will be released in select theaters at the end of December, ahead of its streaming debut.

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Among the non-English releases coming in January, I’m probably most looking forward to Contra las Cuerdas, or Against the Ropes. After Angela is released from prison, she enters the ring with a mysterious persona in an effort to regain the respect of her lucha libre-loving daughter. It’s a second-chance story, and real-life women wrestlers were consulted for the series. Netflix has it labeled as offbeat and heartfelt – plus, there’s wrestling!

What’s Coming January 1-8

Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004) – January 1st

Blue Streak (1999) – January 1st

Brokeback Mountain (2005) – January 1st

Closer (2004) – January 1st

Daddy Day Care (2003) – January 1st

Fletch (1985) – January 1st

Forrest Gump (1994) – January 1st

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) – January 1st

Grease (1978) – January 1st

I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) – January 1st

Jerry Maguire (1996) – January 1st

King Kong (2005) – January 1st

Kaleidoscope (Season 1) – January 1st – Netflix Original

Kimi ni todoke: From Me to You (Multiple Seasons) – January 1st

Lady Voyeur (Season 1) – January 1st – Netflix Original

Leap Year (2010) – January 1st

LEGO Friends: Heartlake Stories (Limited Series) – January 1st

Life (2017) – January 1st

Minority Report (2002) – January 1st

Monster (Multiple Seasons) – January 1st

Mousa (2021) – January 1st

National Security (2003) – January 1st

New Amsterdam (Multiple Seasons) – January 1st

The Aviator (2004) – January 1st

The ‘Burbs (1989) – January 1st

The Conjuring (2013) – January 1st

The Mindy Project (Multiple Seasons) – January 1st

The Nutty Professor (1996) – January 1st

The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000) – January 1st

The Raid 2 (2014) – January 1st

The Way of the Househusband (Season 2) – January 1st – Netflix Original

Old Enough! (Season 2) – January 1st

Parenthood (1989) – January 1st

Reservoir Dogs (1992) – January 1st

Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010) – January 1st

Road to Perdition (2002) – January 1st

Rocky (1976) – January 1st

Rocky II (1979) – January 1st

Rocky III (1982) – January 1st

Rocky IV (1985) – January 1st

Rocky V (1990) – January 1st

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) – January 1st

Survivor (New Seasons) – January 1st

The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) – January 1st

This is 40 (2012) – January 1st

Top Gun (1986) – January 1st

Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) – January 1st

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) – January 1st

Twins (1988) – January 1st

How I Became a Gangster (2023) – January 4th – Netflix Original

MADOFF: The Monster of Wall Street (Season 1) – January 4th – Netflix Original

The Kings of the World (Season 1) – January 4th – Netflix Original

The Lying Life of Adults (Season 1) – January 4th – Netflix Original

10 Minutes Gone (2019) – January 5th

Copenhagen Cowboy (Season 1) – January 5th – Netflix Original

Ginny and Georgia (Season 2) – January 5th – Netflix Original

Mars One (2022) – January 5th

Stealing Raden Saleh (2022) – January 5th

Woman of the Dead (Season 1) – January 5th – Netflix Original

Love Island (Season 2) – January 6th

Mumbai Mafia: Police vs the Underworld (2023) – January 6th – Netflix Original

Pressure Cooker (Season 1) – January 6th – Netflix Original

The Pale Blue Eye (2023) – January 6th – Netflix Original

The Ultimatum: France (Season 1, Part 2) – January 6th – Netflix Original

The Walking Dead (Season 11) – January 6th

What’s Coming January 9-15

Vinland Saga (Season 1, Episodes Weekly) – January 9th

Andrew Santino: Cheeseburger (2023) – January 10th – Netflix Original

The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker (2023) – January 10th – Netflix Original

Noise (2023) – January 11th – Netflix Original

Sexify (Season 2) – January 11th – Netflix Original

Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (Season 2) – January 12th – Netflix Original

The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House (Season 1) – January 12th – Netflix Original

Vikings: Valhalla (Season 2) – January 12th – Netflix Original

Disconnect: The Wedding Planner (2023) – January 13th – Netflix Original

Dog Gone (2023) – January 13th – Netflix Original

Suzan and Freek (2023) – January 13th – Netflix Original

Sky Rojo (Season 3) – January 13th – Netflix Original

Trial by Fire (Limited Series) – January 13th – Netflix Original

What’s Coming January 16-22

The Devil to Pay (2019) – January 17th

Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre (Season 1) – January 19th – Netflix Original

Khallat+ (2023) – January 19th – Netflix Original

That ‘90s Show (Season 1) – January 19th – Netflix Original

The Pez Outlaw (2022) – January 19th

Women at War (Season 1) – January 19th – Netflix Original

Bake Squad (Season 2) – January 20th – Netflix Original

Big Mäck: Gangsters and Gold (2023) – January 20th – Netflix Original

Bling Empire: New York (Season 1) – January 20th – Netflix Original

Fauda (Season 4) – January 20th – Netflix Original

Mission Majnu (2023) – January 20th – Netflix Original

Represent (Season 1) – January 20th – Netflix Original

Shahmaran (Season 1) – January 20th – Netflix Original

Shanty Town (Season 1) – January 20th – Netflix Original

The Real World (Season 28) – January 20th

What’s Coming January 23-29

Minions: The Rise of Gru (2022) – January 23rd

Narvik (2023) – January 23rd – Netflix Original

Little Angel (Season 2) – January 24th

Physical: 100 (Season 1) – January 24th – Netflix Original

Against the Ropes (Season 1) – January 25th – Netflix Original

Begin Again (2013) – January 25th

The Endless Night (Season 1) – January 25th – Netflix Original

The Price of Family (2023) – January 25th – Netflix Original

Daniel Spellbound (Season 2) – January 26th – Netflix Original

Record of Ragnarok (Season 2) – January 26th – Netflix Original

King of Jo’Burg (Season 2) – January 27th

Lockwood and Co. (Season 1) – January 27th – Netflix Original

The Snow Girl (Season 1) – January 27th – Netflix Original

You People (2023) – January 27th – Netflix Original

What’s Coming January 30-31

Princess Power (Season 1) – January 30th – Netflix Original

Cunk on Earth (Season 1) – January 31st – Netflix Original

Pamela, a Love Story (2023) – January 31st – Netflix Original