Netflix is starting the new year off right. Here are all the movies, series and documentaries you can expect in January 2023. From that 90s show (yes, a reboot) to the docu Pamela, a love story a miniseries Kaleidoscope.
2022 was a good year for series and movies for Netflix, with Wednesday as an absolute highlight. But we are already in 2023 and an endless arsenal of new titles will be added in the first month alone.
New January 2023 on Netflix
We highlight some big guys and welcome surprises. Below you will find the complete list of new movies, series and documentaries by category.
Kaleidoscope revolves around master thief Leo Pap and his crew as they attempt to pull off an epic heist worth $7 billion. But betrayal, greed, and other threats undermine his plans. Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring in breaking bad in Better call Saul) plays the main role.
Kaleidoscope It will stream on Netflix starting January 1, 2023.
Promising cast and interesting plot. Con artist Robert Freegard (James Norton) poses as a member of the British secret service MI5. He manages to convince his victims to go into hiding at the risk of assassination by the IRA. He allegedly sells cars to the victim Alice Archer (Gemma Arterton). The two just get along very well and agree. based on one true story.
rogue agent It will stream on Netflix starting January 5, 2023.
Vikings: Valhalla season 2
The Vikings spin-off was absolutely as good as the original. No wonder there is a new season.
Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 will stream on Netflix starting January 12, 2023.
that 90s show
sitcoms That 70’s Show it’s getting a ’90s reboot with some of the original cast anyway. Red and Kitty are welcoming a new generation of stoners, so it’s going to be fun.
that 90s show It will stream on Netflix starting January 19, 2023.
Pamela, a love story
The absolute heroine of our adolescence arrives with her own documentary and of course we are talking about Pamela Anderson. In Pamela, a love story you walk with him Baywatchactress through the entire story of her life. At the time of writing, there is no trailer yet.
Pamela, a love story It will stream on Netflix starting January 31, 2023.
All new documentaries, movies and series.
Scroll through the full rundown of all the new documentaries, movies, and series coming to Netflix in January 2023.
Netflix original series in January 2023
The Ultimatum: France Season 1 Part 2 12/30/2022 1/6/2023
lady voyeur 1/1/23
The lying life of adults 4/1/23
Ginny and Georgia season 5/1/23
Woman of the Dead 5/1/23
Copenhagen Cowboy 5/1/23
Pressure Cooker 6/1/23
Sexify Season 2 11/1/23
The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House 1/12/23
Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 12/1/23
Sky Red takes 3 1/13/23
That ’90s Show 1/19/23
Fauda: Season 4 1/20/23
Bake Squad: Season 2 1/20/23
Bling Empire: New York 1/20/23
Against the ropes 1/25/23
Lockwood and company 1/27/23
Kings of Jo’Burg Season 2 1/27/23
The Snow Girl 1/27/23
Cunk on earth 1/31/23
Physical: 100 (date to follow)
Netflix Original Movies in January 2023
How I Became A Gangster 1/4/23
Rogue Agent 5/1/23
The Pale Blue Eye 06/01/23
The dog is gone 1/13/23
Majnu Mission 1/20/23
JUNG_E (date to follow)
Netflix Original Documentaries in January 2023
MADOFF: The Monster of Wall Street 4/1/23
Mumbai Mafia: Police vs. Underworld 1/6/23
The Hitchhiker Wielding an Ax 10/1/23
Break Point 1/13/23
Pamela, a love story 1/31/23
Suzan & Freek (date to follow)
Netflix Anime in January 2023
The way of the househusband capture 2 1/1/23
Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre 1/19/23
Ragnarok Record: Season 2 1/26/23
Movies purchased in January 2023
The Lorax of Dr. Seuss 1/1/23
Fifty Shades Darker 1/1/23
Power Rangers Dino Fury: Season 2 1/1/23
Sausage Party 1/1/23
Netflix Kids and Family in January 2023
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight Captures 2 12/1/23
Daniel Bewitched Season 2 1/26/23
Princess Power 1/30/23
Netflix Original Comedy Specials
Andrew Santino: Cheeseburger 10/1/23
Also see what movies and series were added in December 2022. You probably haven’t seen them all yet.
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