Kaleidoscope is a heist drama that follows a crew of master thieves as they attempt to break into the world’s most secure vault and walk away with the biggest “payday” (read: $7 billion) known in history. But that’s hardly the most interesting thing about the anthology series. Each of the show’s eight episodes is named after a colour and can be watched in any order. When all is said and done, you’ll still be able to make sense of the entire story, but everyone’s experience and viewpoint of it will be totally unique.

Available: January 1

The Lying Life of Adults

Adults lie. That’s an inevitable part of life. But in the six-episode Italian series The Lying Life of Adults—which is based on the Elena Ferrante novel of the same name—when sheltered teen Giovanna (Giordana Marengo) overhears her father call her ugly, her sense of self becomes completely unmoored. So she strikes up a relationship with her estranged aunt—who her parents don’t like and have secretly compared her to—in order to try to gain a better understanding of who she is and where she comes from.

Available: January 4

Copenhagen Cowboy

If you love the 2011 Ryan Gosling film Drive (which, you do, right?), you’re going to want to check out director Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest project, Copenhagen Cowboy. The Danish noir-thriller follows Miu (Angela Bundalovic), a mysterious woman who has been used by an unknown organization for years. Finally, she decides to fight back and seek revenge against those who have wronged her.

Available: January 5

Ginny & Georgia (Season 2)

Hey, peaches: Ginny & Georgia, at long last, is back. Season two of the Gilmore Girls-esque mother-daughter dramedy picks up right where the first one left off, with Ginny (Antonia Gentry) having discovered that her mother, Georgia (Brianne Howey), is actually a murderous criminal. I’m sure that will all work out and everything will be fine.

Available: January 5

The Pale Blue Eye

Christian Bale stars in this moody period drama as an 1830s-era detective who is hired to look into a brutal murder at a New York military academy. But The Pale Blue Eye isn’t your typical thriller: He teams up with a cadet to solve the case and that young man turns out to be Edgar Allan Poe (yes, that Edgar Allan Poe). Harry Melling, Lucy Boynton, Gillian Anderson, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Toby Jones also star.

Available: January 6

Break Point

Popular docuseries F1: Drive to Survive helped give never-before-seen insight to Formula One racing while also opening up the sport to a brand-new audience. Now, the behind-the-scenes team hopes to do the same with tennis. Break Point will follow a diverse group of tennis players—including Matteo Berrettini, Maria Sakkari, Sloane Stephens, Nick Kyrgios and Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime— as they travel around the world on the Association of Tennis Professionals and Women’s Tennis Association tours, tracking their highest of highs and lowest of lows.

Available: January 13

That ‘90s Show

If you’re old enough to have watched That ‘70s Show on TV, I’ve got some news from you: We’re about as far removed from the ‘90s as we were from the ‘70s when that show first aired. With that existential crisis out of the way, get ready for That ‘90s Show, a sequel series that finds Leia Forman (Callie Haverda)—the daughter of Eric (Topher Grace) and Donna (Laura Prepon)—visiting her grandparents (Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith, who are reprising their roles) for the summer. OG stars Grace, Prepon, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher and Wilmer Valderrama all make appearances.

Available: January 19

Bling Empire: New York

After conquering LA, the world of Bling Empire is coming to the Big Apple. Bling Empire: New York follows original cast member Dorothy Wang as she moves across the country and settles into life in NYC. Of course, she finds a new group of glam and wealthy Asian Americans to hang out with, with the drama not far behind.

Available: January 20

You People

Going from meet cute to blossoming relationship to knowing your partner is the person you want to spend the rest of your life with to meeting each other’s families is…a lot. That’s exactly what’s in store for Ezra (Jonah Hill) and Amira (Lauren London) in You People. Things are even more complicated by the fact that Ezra and Amira’s parents (played respectively by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, David Duchovny, Eddie Murphy and Nia Long) have an uncanny knack for meddling in their children’s lives. Black-ish creator Kenya Barris directed the film (his feature-length directorial debut) and also co-wrote the screenplay with Hill.

Available: January 27

Pamela, A Love Story

Pamela Anderson becomes the latest star to reclaim her story in Pamela, A Love Story. The documentary follows her life and career from growing up in small town Canada to international fame, life as an actress, activist and mother, all told from her perspective. “I was very hesitant, but looking back, I feel empowered,” she told Netflix. “And I hope that [my story] inspires people to have a great fucking time and not worry so much.”

Available: January 31

Everything Else Coming to Netflix Canada in January 2023

Available January 1

Kaleidoscope (Netflix Series)

Lady Voyeur (Netflix Series)

The Way of the Househusband: Season 2 (Netflix Anime)

13 Going on 30

Hyena Road

The Interview

Made of Honor

Old Enough!: Season 2

Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin

The Royals: Seasons 1-4

Soul Surfer 

Available January 4

How I Became a Gangster (Netflix Film)

The Kings of the World (Netflix Film)

The Lying Life of Adults (Netflix Series)

MADOFF: The Monster of Wall Street (Netflix Documentary)

This Is Us: Season 6

Available January 5

Copenhagen Cowboy (Netflix Series)


Ginny & Georgia: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Mars One

Woman of the Dead (Netflix Series)

Available January 6

Mumbai Mafia: Police vs The Underworld (Netflix Documentary)

The Pale Blue Eye (Netflix Film)

Pressure Cooker (Netflix Series)

The Ultimatum: France Season 1, Part 2 (Netflix Series) (new episodes)

The Walking Dead: Season 11

Available January 7

Sound of Metal

Available January 10

Andrew Santino: Cheeseburger (Netflix Comedy)

The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker (Netflix Documentary)

The Phantom of the Open

Available January 11

A Quiet Place Part II

Noise (Netflix Film)

Sexify: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Available January 12

Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight: Season 2 (Netflix Family)

The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House (Netflix Series)

Vikings: Valhalla: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Available January 13

Break Point (Netflix Documentary)

Dog Gone (Netflix Film)

Sky Rojo: Season 3 (Netflix Series)

Suzan & Freek (Netflix Documentary)

Trial by Fire (Netflix Series)

Available January 15

Shiva Baby

Available January 17

The Devil to Pay

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins

Available January 19

Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre (Netflix Anime)

Khallat+ (Netflix Film)

That ’90s Show (Netflix Series)

Women at War (Netflix Series)

Available January 20

Bake Squad: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Bling Empire: New York (Netflix Series)

Fauda: Season 4 (Netflix Series)

Mission Majnu (Netflix Film)

Represent (Netflix Series)

Şahmaran (Netflix Series)

Shanty Town (Netflix Series)

Available January 23

Narvik (Netflix Film)

Available January 24

Little Angel: Volume 2

Available January 25

Against the Ropes (Netflix Series)

Available January 26

Daniel Spellbound: Season 2 (Netflix Family)

Record of Ragnarok: Season 2 Episodes 1-10 (Netflix Anime)

Available January 27

Kings of Jo’Burg: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Lockwood & Co. (Netflix Series)

The Snow Girl (Netflix Series)

You People (Netflix Film)

Available January 30

Princess Power (Netflix Family)

Available January 31

Cunk On Earth (Netflix Series)

Pamela, A Love Story (Netflix Documentary)

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