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What’s Coming to Netflix On January 2021🍿📺

Take out your phone and start booking these dates! This will be the bucket list of Netflix Originals and non-Netflix Original titles planned for release in the United States all through the main month of the year. We are including a bucket lists of all the release however recollect Netflix consistently loses titles as well and January 2021 will be a guard month for Netflix expulsions.


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1. 17 Again (2009) – Zac Efron stars in the comedy movie where one man gets relives his youth.

2. 30 Minutes or Less (2011) – Comedy featuring Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari.

3. Abby Hatcher (Season 1) – Animated kids series.

4. Blue Streak (1999) – Martin Lawrence comedy.

5. Bonnie and Clyde (1967) – Late 60s classic starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway.

6. Can’t Hardly Wait (1998) – Teen drama starring Jennifer Love Hewitt.

7. Catch Me If You Can (2002) – Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio team up for this biopic on Frank Abagnale Jr.

8. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) – Sony Animation Pictures movie returns to Netflix.

9. Cobra Kai (Season 3) N – The Karate Kid spin-off series returns for its first solo outing with Netflix. Originally scheduled for January 8th.

10. Cool Hand Luke (1967) – Crime drama about a Southern man sentenced to two years in prison

11. Dream Home Makeover (Season 2) N – Shea and Syd McGee convert more houses into homes.

12. Eddie Murphy: Raw (1987) – An early stand-up special from Eddie Murphy.

13. Enter the Dragon (1973) – Bruce Lee’s martial arts epic.

14. Four Christmases (2008) – Seth Gordon directs this Christmas romance featuring Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn.

15. Fred Claus (2007) – Vince Vaughn stars as Santa’s older brother Fred who takes up a job in the North Pole.

16. Full Out 2: You Got This! (2020) – Family dance movie about the University of Oklahoma losing their star gymnast ahead of a major competition.

17. Gimme Shelter (2013) – Ron Krauss drama about a pregnant teenager fleeing her abusive mother.

18. Good Hair (2009) – Chris Rock documentary looking into African-American hairstyles.

19. Goodfellas (1990) – Martin Scorsese Oscar-winning gangster movie about Henry Hill.

20. Gothika (2003) – Halle Berry horror.

21. Headspace Guide to Meditation (Season 1) N – Netflix teams up with Headspace for a series designed to teach you the ropes of meditation.

22. Into the Wild (2007) – Sean Penn writes and directs this biopic on Christopher McCandless who gives up everything to hike to Alaska.

23. Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio (Season 1) – Spanish soap opera series.

24. Julie & Julia (2009) – Amy Adams and Meryl Streep team for this cooking biopic.

25. London Heist (2017) – British action thriller about a career criminal looking into his father’s murder. Also known as Gunned Down in some regions.

26. Monarca (Season 2) N – Mexican drama about a tequila empire that’s looking like it might tumble.

27. Mud (2012) – Matthew McConaughey stars in this drama directed and written by Jeff Nichols.

28. Mystic Pizza (1988) – The story of three girls coming of age working in a pizza parlor.

29. Running Man (Season 1) – Animated kids series from Korea.

30. Sex and the City: The Movie (2008) & Sex and the City 2 (2010) – The two movie adaptations of the famous TV series.

31. Sherlock Holmes (2009) – Robert Downey Jr plays the classic role of Sherlock Holmes.

32. Striptease (1996) – Demi Moore comedy.

33. Superbad (2007) – Cult classic starring Michael Cera and Jonah Hill.

34. The Creative Brain (2019) – Documentary about the neuroscientist David Eagleman and his endeavors to catalog how creativity from the brain works.

35. The Departed (2006) – Martin Scorsese’s epic thriller starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon.

36. The Haunted Hathaways (Seasons 1-2) – Nickelodeon series.

37. The Minimalists: Less Is Now (2021) N – Documentary looking into the people living by the term “less is more”. Directed by Matt D’Avella.

38. The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988) – The David Zuerk crime comedy returns to Netflix.

39. Unknown (2011) – Liam Neeson action-thriller about a man awakening from a coma to find someone has taken his identity.

40. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) – Oscar-nominated movie starring Johnny Depp and Leonardo DiCaprio.

41. What Happened to Mr. Cha? (2021) N – Korean comedy about a megastar who is past his prime and tries to get back to his former heyday self.


1. Asphalt Burning (2021) N – German car action thriller about a cross-country race.

2. The Netflix Afterparty (Cobra Kai Special) N – David Spade, London Hughes and Fortune Feimster return for their second Netflix Afterparty with the cast of Cobra Kai.


1. Korean Pork Belly Rhapsody (Season 1 – New Episodes Weekly) – Korean lifestyle series.


1. Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 1) N – Dreamworks pre-school animated series.

2. LA’s Finest (Season 1) – Jessica Alba stars in this Spectrum Original series that serves as a spinoff series to the Bad Boys movies.

3. Nailed It! Mexico (Season 3) N – More crappy deserts.

4. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) – Daniel Craig stars in David Fincher’s adaptation of the bestselling trilogy.

5. The History of Swear Words (Season 1) N – Nicolas Cage hosts this docuseries looking into the history of some of the bad words you’re not supposed to say.


1. Ratones Paranoicos: The Band that Rocked Argentina (2021) N – Music documentary looking into the Argentinian rock band.

2. Surviving Death (Season 1) N – British docu-series looking into stories of the paranormal and near-death experiences.

3. Tony Parker: The Final Shot (2021) N – NBA documentary.


1. 100% Halal (2020) – Indonesian movie.

2. Pieces of a Woman (2021) N – Venice Film Festival pickup starring Venessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf with Martin Scorsese producing.


1. Charming (2021) N – Netflix’s first animated feature film for 2021 picking up on the beloved fairytale story.

2. Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons (Season 5) N – More in-deph looks at prisons around the world.

3. Lupin (Season 1) N – French heist movie stealing a famous necklace from the Louvre Museum in Paris.

4. Mighty Little Bheem: Kite Festival (2021) N – Kids animated special.

5. Pretend It’s a City (Season 1) N – Fran Lebowitz speaks to Martin Scorsese across different New York City landmarks.

6. Stuck Apart / Azizler (2021) N – Turkish movie about Aziz, a man who’s going through an existential crisis.

7. The Idhun Chronicles (Part 2) N – Anime series returns.


1. Spring Breakers (2012) – Crime drama starring James Franco from A24 Pictures.


1. Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy (2021) N – Documentary looking into the history of the drug that rocked the United States during the 1980s.

2. The Intouchables (2011) – Biopic about an aristocrat hiring a young man to become his caregiver. Ranks #44 on the IMDb top 250.


1. Al acecho / Furtive (2019) – Money Heist alum Rodrigo De la Serna features in this Spanish thriller.

2. Last Tango in Halifax (Season 4) – British feel-good series.


1. An Imperfect Murder (2017) – An actress lives her nightmare as she ends up killing her ex-boyfriend. Also known as The Private Life of a Modern Woman.


1. Bling Empire (Season 1) N – Reality series following the rich in LA.

2. Carmen Sandiego (Season 4) N – The fourth and final season for the animated series.

3. Disenchantment (Part 3) N – More adventures with Bean, Elfo and Luci!

4. Double Dad / Um Pai no Meio do Caminho (2021) N – Brazillian feel-good family drama.

5. Henry Danger (Seasons 1-3) – Nickelodeon live-action series from the noughties.

6. Hook (1991) – Steven Spielberg family movie starring the late Robin Williams.

7. Kuroko’s Basketball (Season 1) – Anime basketball series.

8. Outside the Wire (2021) N – Netflix’s movie hit movie of the month starring Anthony Mackie.

9. Penguins of Madagascar: The Movie (2014) – The Dreamworks animated spin-off.

10. Pinkfong & Baby Shark’s Space Adventure (2019) – Animated special based on the viral children’s song of last year.

11. The Magicians (Season 5) – The final season of Syfy’s magic drama.

12. WISH YOU: Your Melody In My Heart (2020) – LGBTQ Korean drama.


1. A Monster Calls (2016) – A family adventure about a boy seeking the help of a tree monster.

2. Radium Girls (2020) – Joey King stars in this period drama set in the 1920s about factory workers banding together to achieve safer working conditions.


1. Homefront (2013) – Jason Statham action thriller about a former DEA agent getting involved with a local drug lord.



1. Daughter From Another Mother / Madre solo hay dos (Season 1) N – Mexican series about two women combining their families after a mixup at birth.

2. Sightless (2020) – Thriller from Cooper Karl about the victim of an attacker that leaves her blind fighting for her life after her assailant returns.

3. Spycraft


1. Call My Agent! (Season 4) N – French workplace comedy series set in a talent agency.


1. Blown Away (Season 2) N – Second season of the talent competition for glassblowers.

2. Busted! (Season 3) N – Korean reality series.

3. Fate: The Winx Sage (Season 1) N – Netflix’s teen adaptation of the Nickelodeon animated series.

4. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Season 2) N – Animated kids series based in the Jurrasic Park franchise.

5. So My Grandma’s a Lesbian! / Salir del ropero (2021) N – Spanish language comedy.

6. The White Tiger (2021) N – Indian dark comedy about the rise of a poor village to a successful entrepreneur.


1. Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) N


1. Go Dog Go (Season 1) N – The final series to come from Dreamworks Television.


1. 50M2 (Season 1) N – Turkish dark comedy series.

2. Accomplice – Unclear what version.

3. Outlander (Season 4) – Starz period drama series finally hits Netflix with its fourth season.

4. Penguin Bloom (2021) N – Australian movie starring Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln.


1. Below Zero / Bajocero (2021) N – Spanish crime action thriller.

2. Finding ‘Ohana (2021) N – Jude Weng directs this comedy about two Brooklyn siblings who find treasure in their rural Oahu retreat.

3. The Dig (2021) N – Simon Stone directs this drama based on the excavation of Sutton Hoo shortly before World War II. Stars Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan.


1. Fatima (2020) – War drama based on true historical events.


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