Everything New And Coming Soon To Netflix

Keanu Reeves as John Wick with guns pointed at him
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It can be hard to keep track of all the new and best movies on Netflix, in addition to all of the fine TV shows making their way to the platform. Just as you’re getting used to the new stuff debuting every week on the streaming device of your choosing, a new raft of titles arrive to promise what the future will hold.

We’re ringing in 2024 in style, folks! Just as the old year makes way for the new, we’re seeing some wild new additions arriving in Netflix’s January 2024 new releases. Whether you’re ready to rewatch the first three John Wick movies, or if you’re ready to cry through your choice of Good Grief or the complete series of This Is Us, it’s all happening!

Though you may want to save some of those tears for other incoming titles. The fear of Train to Busan and the majesty of the Jurassic Park movies kind of inspires that sort of reaction. So grab your Kleenex, and let’s take a look at what’s heading to Netflix in the first month of January…and will probably take a backseat to the priority of catching Rebel Moon: Part 1 - A Child of Fire, if you haven’t already done so.

As you can see, this is the place to be to spot all the new movies and TV shows on Netflix in the here and now. If you want to look at Netflix’s 2024 movies and TV schedule, that specific information is kept in a more limited guide. However, if you want the whole wide world of what’s on or heading to the big red streamer, that’s what you should expect below. 

Just be sure to bookmark this page and check back in frequently, as this guide is going to refresh pretty regularly. Here's the rundown on what each week will hold for those of you with a Netflix subscription!

New On Netflix Week Of January 7: This Is Us Complete Series, Lift, And More

Rebecca and Jack.

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For six seasons, NBC’s This is Us was the gold standard for emotional drama series to follow, leaving so many tear soaked weeks of joy and sorry behind in its wake. If you feel it’s been too long since you’ve met with the Pearson family, then take this week’s addition of the complete series to Netflix as a sign that you’ve come home. Just make sure you’ve addressed any potential Crock Pot situations before you do. 

Action is also on its way to the Netflix library, as the original film Lift sees Kevin Hart and an all-star cast pulling off a dangerous heist. More specifically, a heist that must be executed on a 777 jet, in mid-air. I mean, if it was easy, it wouldn’t be a big ticket spectacle directed by The Italian Job and The Fate of the Furious’ F. Gary Gray, would it?

This is Us Seasons 1-6 - 1/8/24
Break Point: Season 2 - NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY - 1/10/24
The Trust: A Game of Greed - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/10/24
Champion - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/11/24
Sonic Prime Chapter 3 - NETFLIX FAMILY - 1/11/24
Lift - NETFLIX FILM - 1/12/24
Love is Blind: Sweden (new episodes weekly) - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/12/24

New On Netflix Week Of January 14: Cats, Love On The Spectrum U.S.: Season 2, And More

Taylor Swift performing in Cats, as a cat.

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January is a month where movie fans have time to take it easy and catch up on lesser known titles and/or oddities they’re deathly curious about. As 2019’s cinematic adaptation of Cats is heading into the Netflix library this week, it feels as if the stars have aligned for you thrill seekers to ride the lightning and dive deep into an infamous disaster. Or maybe it’s a sign that warns anyone daring to lock eyes with it to look away, lest they be drawn into its inescapable gravity. 

On the other hand, a brand new season of Love on the Spectrum U.S. is about to start as well! With several neurodivergent couples trying their hand at love on camera, the series is a fascinating switch from the usual dating programs you might be used to. 

CoComelon: Season 9 - 1/15/24
Holey Moley: Seasons 3-4 - 1/15/24
maboroshi - NETFLIX ANIME - 1/15/24
MTV Floribama Shore: Season 2 - 1/15/24
Cats (2019) - 1/16/24
End of the Line - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/17/24
Freaks - 1/17/24
Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis - NETFLIX COMEDY - 1/18/24
Love on the Spectrum U.S. : Season 2 - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/19/24
Mi soledad tiene alas - NETFLIX FILM - 1/19/24
Sixty Minutes - NETFLIX FILM - 1/19/24
Captivating the King - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/20/24
The Real World: Season 16 - 1/20/24

New On Netflix Week Of January 21: Train To Busan, Queer Eye: Season 8, And More

the Fab Five promotional image for 2022's Season 7 of Queer Eye

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Originally the world of upcoming horror movies had us primed to experience the American remake of the South Korean hit Train to Busan in April 2023. Alas, for those of you who were pumped for it, that project still hasn’t happened yet. However, with the Yeon Sang-ho original making its way to Netflix, you can spend part of your January delighting in that film’s wonders instead. 

For those of you who have been waiting for the return of Netflix’s Queer Eye reboot, you’re sitting on the other side of the fence known as luck. This week is Season 8’s debut, which is actually the final season that will include interior designer Bobby Berk. Who will fill his spot in the line up for future seasons doesn’t seem to be determined, but it’s going to be bittersweet to see this last batch of episodes with the original reboot crew.

Not Quite Narwhal: Season 2 - NETFLIX FAMILY - 1/22/24
Jacqueline Novak: Get on Your Knees - NETFLIX COMEDY - 1/23/24
Train to Busan - 1/23/24
Six Nations: Full Contact - NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY - 1/24/24
American Girl: Corinne Tan - 1/24/24
Queer Eye: Season 8 - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/24/24
The UnXplained with William Shatner: Season 4 - 1/25/24
Griselda - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/25/24
Masters of the Universe: Revolution - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/25/24
Doctor Slump - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/27/24

New On Netflix Week Of January 28: Jack Whitehall: Settle Down, And More

Jack Whitehall talking to camera in front of an empty venue in an announcement video for Jack Whitehall: Settle Down.

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Netflix's stellar lineup of international standup strikes again in January 2024! If you happen to be a fan of comedian Jack Whitehall and missed out on seeing his Settle Down tour that worked through the UK earlier this year, your time has come. As of this week, the special pulled from that very set will debut digitally, giving fans far and wide a chance to catch what they didn't get to see in person. 

Mighty Bheem's Playtime - NETFLIX FAMILY - 1/29/24
Jack Whitehall: Settle Down - NETFLIX COMEDY - 1/30/24
Alexander the Great - NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY - 1/31/24
Baby Bandito - NETFLIX SERIES - 1/31/24
The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse: Part 1 - NETFLIX ANIME - 1/31/24
WIL - NETFLIX FILM - 1/31/24

New On Netflix TBD January 2024

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There are a handful of titles that we don’t have release dates for on the Netflix January 2024 new releases calendar. So make sure to keep an eye out for updates pertaining to these exciting new adventures, arriving at some point within this page on the calendar. 

Detective Forst - NETFLIX SERIES
Delicious in Dungeon - NETFLIX ANIME
Dusty Slay: Workin' Man - NETFLIX COMEDY
The Kitchen - NETFLIX FILM

The wonders of Netflix are all here for your amusement! Just be sure to check this listing frequently, as it will change due to keeping things current. Also, all titles are subject to change and availability, so there's always a chance something might move in the meantime. So stream responsibly, and come back often to keep your watch list current!

Mike Reyes
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Mike Reyes is the Senior Movie Contributor at CinemaBlend, though that title’s more of a guideline really. Passionate about entertainment since grade school, the movies have always held a special place in his life, which explains his current occupation. Mike graduated from Drew University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, but swore off of running for public office a long time ago. Mike's expertise ranges from James Bond to everything Alita, making for a brilliantly eclectic resume. He fights for the user.