This article discusses what’s coming to Netflix in January 2023.
Welcome to our monthly rundown of what’s coming to Netflix in January 2023. Please note, this article focuses primarily on original content rather than licensed fare, with particular attention paid to recognizable IPs or hotly-anticipated movies and shows. Since complete information isn’t available right now, this article will be regularly updated throughout the month with the latest additions as and when we get them. And do remember that here at Ready Steady Cut we offer the most comprehensive coverage of all streaming releases, so be sure to check back regularly not just for updates but for links to our reviews and recaps for January’s offerings.
What’s coming to Netflix in January 2023?
The Way of the Househusband (Season 2) — Tatsu, a once-legendary yakuza known as the Immortal Dragon, gives up a life of crime to become a stay-at-home husband.
Kaleidoscope — A master thief and his crew attempt an epic and elaborate heist worth $7 billion dollars — but betrayal, greed and other threats undermine their plans.
Lady Voyeur — A talented, voyeuristic hacker finds herself thrust into a dangerous investigation after her sex worker neighbor leaves for a weekend trip.
Old Enough! — Children go on errands all by themselves for the very first time as a camera crew follows along in this beloved, long-running reality show from Japan.
The Lying Life of Adults — Young Giovanna navigates her passage from childhood into adolescence as she experiences the different sides of Naples during the 1990s.
How I Became a Gangster — An ambitious gangster works his way up the ranks of Warsaw’s criminal underworld, and ultimately takes his shot at the big time.
Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street — This docuseries follows the rise and fall of financier Bernie Madoff, who orchestrated one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in Wall Street history.
Woman of the Dead — In a vengeful quest to find out who killed her husband, a woman ends up exposing her small community’s deepest and ugliest secrets.
Mars One — Brazilian family drama.
Ginny & Georgia (Season 2) — Free-spirited Georgia and her two kids, Ginny and Austin, move north in search of a fresh start but find that the road to new beginnings can be bumpy.
Copenhagen Cowboy — After a lifetime of being sold as a human good luck charm, a woman with mysterious supernatural abilities seeks revenge against those who wronged her.
Mumbai Mafia: Police vs the Underworld — In 1990s Mumbai, a crime boss and his network wield unchecked power over the city — until the rise of “encounter cops,” who brazenly kill their targets.
The Pale Blue Eye — Veteran detective Augustus Landor investigates a series of grisly murders with the help of a young cadet who will eventually go on to become the world-famous author Edgar Allan Poe.
Pressure Cooker — Living under one roof, eleven chefs use culinary skills and strategic plays in a tense cooking contest where they vote on who among them will win $100,000.
The Ultimatum: France — Six couples on the cusp of lifelong love are hit with an ultimatum to get engaged or break up; before they decide, they’ll swap partners for three weeks.
Vinland Saga — Young Thorfinn longs for an adventure far from his home in Iceland. One day, his father saves the life of a runaway slave found buried in the snow.
Andrew Santino: Cheeseburger – the latest stand up from the popular comedian
Noise — A search for her missing daughter leads a mother to a support network, where she bonds with other women whose lives have been destroyed by violence.
Sexify (Season 2) — To build an innovative sex app and win a tech competition, a sexually inexperienced student and her friends must explore the daunting world of intimacy.
The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House — Two inseparable friends move to Kyoto to chase their dreams of becoming maiko, but decide to pursue different passions while living under the same roof.
Vikings: Valhalla (Season 2) — In this sequel to “Vikings,” a hundred years have passed and a new generation of legendary heroes arises to forge its own destiny — and make history.
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (Season 2) — Legendary warrior Po teams up with an elite knight on a quest to rescue magical weapons, restore his reputation and save the world.
Sky Rojo (Season 3) — A fatal turn of events at a brothel sends three women haunted by their pasts on a wild run from their pimp and his henchmen.
Break Point — From the team behind F1: Drive to Survive, Break Point follows a diverse group of tennis players on and off the court as they compete in gruelling slams with hopes of winning a final and even bigger dreams of becoming world number one.
Dog Gone — When his beloved dog goes missing, a young man embarks on an incredible search with his parents to find him and give him life-saving medication.
Trial by Fire — A woman who develops a close relationship with a death row inmate sets out to prove the man was wrongfully convicted of killing his children in a fire.
Disconnect: The Wedding Planner — After falling victim to a scam, a desperate man races the clock as he attempts to plan a luxurious destination wedding for an important investor.
Juni Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre — From the mind of horror manga maestro Junji Ito comes a spine-tingling selection of some of his most bizarre, disturbing and terrifying tales.
That ’90s Show — Kitty and Red Forman welcome a new generation of teenagers into their basement when their granddaughter Leia decides to spend her summer in Wisconsin.
Alkhallat+ — These four tales explore trickery and deception, from tire thieves crashing a wedding to a man’s frantic attempt to bury a secret for a deceased friend.
Women At War — France, 1914. As the German troops advance and men leave for the frontlines, four women must grapple with the devastating consequences of war at home.
Bling Empire: New York — A new cast of stylish Asian American socialites flaunts their fortunes — and fashions — while bringing the drama and living it up in New York City.
Represent — A youth center leader from the suburbs of Paris becomes a finalist in the presidential election. But is France truly ready for its first Black president?
Shamahran — When ?ahsu goes to Adana for a lecture, it’s the perfect chance to face her estranged grandfather. But soon, she finds herself in the midst of a legend.
Mission Majnu — Set in the 1970s, an undercover Indian spy takes on a deadly mission to expose a covert nuclear weapons program in the heart of Pakistan.
Fauda (Season 4) — A top Israeli agent comes out of retirement to hunt for a Palestinian fighter he thought he’d killed, setting a chaotic chain of events into motion.
Jung_E — This riveting sci-fi action-drama from “Hellbound” director Yeon Sang-ho stars Kang Soo-youn, Kim Hyun-joo and Ryu Kyung-soo.
Shanty Town — A group of courtesans attempts to escape the grasp of a notorious kingpin – but political corruption and blood ties make freedom a near-impossible goal.
Narvik — Against the backdrop of the WWII battle known as Hitler’s first defeat, a Norwegian soldier returns home and learns a shocking truth about his wife.
Physical: 100 — One hundred contestants in top physical shape compete in a series of grueling challenges to claim the honor — and cash reward — as the last one standing.
Against the Ropes — Released from prison, Ángela tries to regain the respect of her daughter, who loves lucha libre wrestling, by entering the ring as a mysterious persona.
The Endless Night — To escape the monotony of suburban life, a reclusive 17-year-old befriends a group of teenagers who use a drug that allows them to dream while awake.
The Price of Family — Christian De Sica, Angela Finocchiaro, Dharma Mangia Woods and Claudio Colica star in this story about parents who trick their adult kids into visiting.
Record of Ragnarok II — Before eradicating humankind from the world, the gods give them one last chance to prove themselves worthy of survival.
Daniel Spellbound (Season 2) — In New York City, a teenage tracker makes his living selling hard-to-find mystical items to sorcerers — but dealing in magic can be risky business.
Kings of Jo’Burg (Season 2) — The Masire brothers rule Johannesburg’s criminal underworld, but a supernatural family curse and a tangled web of betrayal threaten to destroy them.
Lockwood & Co. — A girl with extraordinary psychic abilities joins two gifted teen boys at a small ghost-hunting agency to fight the many deadly spirits haunting London.
The Snow Girl — When a little girl goes missing during a parade in Málaga, a young newspaper journalist becomes fiercely determined to help Amaya’s parents find her.
You People — A new couple and their families reckon with modern love amid culture clashes, societal expectations and generational differences.
Princess Power — A celebration of girls, friendship and self-expression, Princess Power follows four young princesses from the major fruit kingdoms.
Pamela, A Love Story — In this intimate documentary, directed by Ryan White, the icon tells her own story, in her own words, for the first time.
That’s everything original that’s coming to Netflix in January 2023, not including a plethora of licensed content. You can check out all of this content and plenty more with a subscription to Netflix.
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