What To Watch In January 2020 On Netflix

Netflix is kicking off 2020 with a bang, as some of its best and most popular shows will be returning next month. Not only are we getting new seasons of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sex Education, and Grace and Frankie, but the final seasons of BoJack Horseman, Anne with an E, and The Ranch will debut in January as well.

Some other interesting additions include Dracula (a new show from the creators of Sherlock), the two best Lord of the Ringsmovies, the two best Naked Gun movies, both Kill Bills, an anime based on Ni No Kuni, and a new show called Messiah from the director of V for Vendetta that looks intense.

Ghost Stories (Netflix Film) Short films from Indian directors behind “Bombay Talkies” and “Lust Stories.” 

Good Girls: Season 2

Messiah (Netflix Original) After their “The Bible” series, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey present a show about a charismatic, enigmatic man (Mehdi Dehbi) who may or may not be performing miracles for his international following, while a CIA officer (Michelle Monaghan) investigates.

Nisman: Death of a Prosecutor (Netflix Documentary) This series follows a prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, who was found dead after investigating a 1994 attack in a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires that killed 85 people. 

Spinning Out (Netflix Original) Kaya Rose Scodelario (“Maze Runner”) stars in this drama series as an ice skater fighting for her dream, and dealing with mental struggles and relationships along the way.  

The Circle (Netflix Original) Reality series where contestants catfish each other and communicate through a so-called digital “circle” in order to win cash prizes. Starts Jan. 1, with new episodes arriving the next two Wednesdays. 

Thieves of the Wood (Netflix Original) Historical drama series about a highwayman who becomes a local hero in 18th-century Belgium.  

Jan. 3

Anne with an E: The Final Season (Netflix Original) The series based on “Anne of Green Gables” ends with a search for Anne’s origin story and planning for the future. 

All the Freckles in the World (Netflix Film) Romantic movie set in Mexico about a 13-year-old trying to win over his crush during the 1994 World Cup.

Jan. 4

Go! Go! Cory Carson (Netflix Family) A show based on the Go! Go! Smart Wheels toys, starring a kid car. 

Jan. 8

Cheer (Netflix Documentary) A documentary series about competitive Texas cheerleaders on their road to the National Championship. 

Jan. 10

AJ and the Queen (Netflix Original) RuPaul stars as a drag queen traveling on a cross-country tour in an RV with a stowaway 10-year-old.

The Evil Dead

Giri / Haji (Netflix Original) British drama series about man looking for his mob-assassin brother. 

Harvey Girls Forever!: Season 4 (Netflix Family) Girls in the animated show deal with a friendly ghost and encounter a robot band.

The Inbestigators: Season 2 (Netflix Family)  School-age sleuths solve the case. 

Jamtara – Sabka Number Ayega (Netflix Original) Young men run a phishing operation that gets the attention of a corrupt politician and a cop.

Medical Police (Netflix Original)Comedy series starring “Childrens Hospital” actors Erinn Hayes, Rob Huebel and Malin Akerman about American doctors who discover a deadly virus in Brazil. 

Scissor Seven (Netflix Anime) Seven uses hairdressing scissors to disguise himself for contract killing assignments. 

Until Dawn (Netflix Original) Comics from France try to outlast each other in haunted locations. 

Zumbo’s Just Desserts: Season 2 (Netflix Original) Australian amateur dessert makers create cakes and confections for co-hosts Adriano Zumbo and Rachel Khoo.

Jan. 12

Betty White: First Lady of Television

Jan. 13

The Healing Powers of Dude (Netflix Family) An 11-year-old with social anxiety disorder finds comfort in a mutt named Dude. 

Jan. 14

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts (Netflix Family) A comics-based show about a sheltered girl who comes to the surface after a mutant attack. 

The Master

Jan. 15

Big Fat Liar

Grace and Frankie: Season 6 (Netflix Original) Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return for their second-to-last season as two women figuring out their lives after discovering their husbands are gay lovers. 

Jan. 23

The Ghost Bride (Netflix Original) A young woman in 1890s Malacca becomes mired in a murder mystery. 

October Faction (Netflix Original)Monster hunters with teenage kids hide their identities in this series inspired by comics.

Jan. 24

A Sun (Netflix Film) A family reckons with the aftermath of their younger son’s incarceration. 

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 3 (Netflix Original) The devilishly good show returns with Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) aiming to free her boyfriend from eternal damnation. 

The Ranch: The Final Season (Netflix Original) The comedy series starring Ashton Kutcher and Sam Elliott has its final episodes (without Danny Masterson).

Jan. 31

37 Seconds (Netflix Film) A young woman with cerebral palsy is torn between family obligations and her dream to become a successful manga artist.

Bojack Horseman: Season 6 (Part B) (Netflix Original) BoJack has a rehab stint that sets him on a positive path.

Diablero: Season 2 (Netflix Original) Demons walk among humans in this Mexican show that’s back for a new season.  

I AM A KILLER: Season 2 (Netflix Original) Season 2 of the documentary series features death row inmates convicted of capital murder giving firsthand accounts of their crimes.

Luna Nera (Netflix Original) In 17th-century Italy, a teenage midwife accused of witchcraft must choose between a star-crossed love and fulfilling her powerful destiny.

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