If you are looking forward to seeing everything new that Netflix brings for January 2023, below we offer you some of the great series and movie titles that will arrive on the streaming platform.

With 2022 coming to an end in less than a week, Netflix has revealed its new lineup of movies and series for January 2023. And, after learning about the news about Movistar Plus+, HBO Max and Prime Video, it was time for Netflix.

Some of the most anticipated novelties this month are the non-linear police drama Kaleidoscope, the final season of The Walking Dead and the sequel to the comedy That ’90s Show, a continuation of the mythical sitcom That ’70s Show. 

We will also have new seasons of the Netflix original series Vikings: Valhalla, Ginny & Georgia, Bake Squad, Fauda, ​​From yakuza to a househusband, Sky Rojo, the original series on the platform directed by Alex Pina (creator of Money Heist ) starring Veronica Sanchez, Lali Esposito and Yany Prado; and Sexify, among others.

In addition, to whet your appetite, we leave you the trailer of the news in movies and series that come to Netflix, facing January of the new year.

These are the great news that Netflix brings for January 2023

One of the big highlights for next month is the new original anthology series Kaleidoscope, which will premiere on the first day of 2023. The reason for its structure is to properly tell the story of a heist that has lasted 25 years. 

A talented cast including Paz Vega, Rufus Sewell, Tati Gabrielle, Peter Mark Kendall and many others will join Giancarlo Esposito as the boss of the biggest heist in history. Perhaps the biggest draw to Kaleidoscope is that it will reportedly air differently for each viewer, as subscribers will be able to choose their own order to watch the episodes.

On the other hand, we will be fortunate to be able to see the final eleventh season of The Walking Dead, made up of 24 episodes, which premiered on AMC in August 2021 and concluded in November 2022.

The post-apocalyptic horror series has always revolved and triumphed around various survivors of a zombie apocalypse and their attempts to find safety and resources while fighting to stay alive. It will finally arrive on Netflix on January 6. 

Another of the most anticipated novelties is That ’90s Show. Set 15 years after the events of That ’70s Show , this series follows the children of its predecessor’s characters. It opens on January 19.

Specifically, it focuses on Leia Forman, the teenage daughter of Eric Forman and Donna Pinciotti, and her attempts to make friends in the summer of 1995 at her grandparents’ house in Point Place. The series will reunite most of the old cast and introduce a new group of young people. There are many who are impatient to feel the nostalgia that is about to enter their lives.

As for the movies, we highlight The Academy Murders, a film written and directed by Scott Cooper starring Christian Bale, Harry Melling, Gillian Anderson, Lucy Boynton, Toby Jones and Robert Duvall, among others.

This Netflix film will involve us in a mysterious murder in which our detective protagonist is hired to discreetly investigate. However, the students’ code of silence hinders his investigation, so he recruits one of the boys to help him solve the case, a young man the world will know as Edgar Allan Poe. 

Finally, mention the predictably spectacular premiere of the next Korean film JUNG_E, which will hit the streaming platform on January 20, 2023.

Written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho (Train To Busan, 2016), it stars Kang Soo-yeon, Kim Hyun-joo and Ryu Kyung-soo. The film JUNG_E is also the last film appearance of actress Kang Soo-yeon, who died before its premiere.