Fool Me Once

As far as British thrillers go, Fool Me Once has a pretty basic premise. Ex-soldier Maya (Michelle Keegan) is navigating grief and a new reality after her husband (Richard Armitage) is murdered—only to see him turn up on a hidden nanny cam in her house, leading her into a dangerous, long-building conspiracy. But, basic or not, you know what they say about things that work: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. January 1

The Brothers Sun

Picture this: You and your mom—who is the formidable Michelle Yeoh—live in L.A. as you study to become a doctor while harbouring not-so-secret dreams of chasing a more creative, unstable path. Suddenly, a mysterious man shows up at your door with some major bombshells. Turns out, he’s your older brother, your family runs a prominent Taipei triad, your father was almost murdered and now the assassins are after the rest of your family. Welcome to The Brothers Sun. January 4

Good Grief

What does life after Schitt’s Creek look like for Canadian Dan Levy? Adding movies to his resume. Good Grief is Levy’s feature-length directorial debut, which he also penned the screenplay for and stars in. The drama follows Marc (Levy), a recently widowed man who has to readjust to life without his husband (Luke Evans). To get away from everything, Marc takes his two best friends (Ruth Negga and Himesh Patel) on a trip to Paris, where they’re forced to face the hard truths they’ve all been pretending don’t exist. January 5

Gyeongseong Creature (Part 2)

Whether you’ve been holding off for the entire season of Gyeongseong Creature to drop or watched the first part of the supernatural period drama over the holidays only to be met with a cliffhanger, the wait for the rest of this Korean series is over. Set in 1945, while Korea is under oppressive colonial rule, expect part two to quickly pick up where things left off (spoilers!): sleuth Yoon Chae-ok (Han So-hee) has helped a group of Koreans escape from a cruel Japanese prison, while entrepreneur Jang Tae-sang (Park Seo-joon) got left behind. Oh, and there’s a giant, uncontrollable, deadly man-made monster running around. January 5

Break Point (Season 2)

I’m still waiting for Break Point to do to professional tennis what Drive to Survive did to Formula One racing—i.e. help make it even more popular among sports fans while more accessible to newcomers. Season two of the sports docuseries arrives at a perfect time, and will chronicle the 2023 tour as a younger generation of athletes (hi, Coco Gauff and Carlos Alcaraz) begin to rise among the ranks. You’ll see familiar faces from season one, such as Aryna Sabalenka, Frances Tiafoe and Maria Sakkari, while pros like Daniil Medvedev and Jessica Pegula will also participate in the doc for the first time. January 10


It’s one thing for a ragtag heist crew to pull off a ploy in which they grab $500 million in gold. In action-comedy Lift, it’s an entirely new thing when the group has to steal and make away with their haul from a passenger plane while they’re 40,000 feet in the air. Kevin Hart, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Vincent D’Onofrio, Úrsula Corberó, Billy Magnussen, Jacob Batalon and Sam Worthington star. January 12

Love Is Blind: Sweden

Reality dating phenomenon Love Is Blind is getting another international version, Love Is Blind: Sweden. Hosted by Swedish TV presenter Jessica Almenäs, the formula for the spinoff is what fans have come to know and love, with 32 singles coming together to seek love—and a marriage proposal—without ever actually looking at their fellow contestants. January 12


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The Kitchen

After winning an Oscar as an actor, Daniel Kaluuya is stepping behind the camera with fellow British filmmaker Kibwe Tavares for their feature-length directorial debut, The Kitchen. The sci-fi/drama is set in the future in a dystopian London in which all social housing has been erased, worsening the class and wealth gap in the city. Izi (Kane Robinson, a.k.a. the rapper Kano) is close to making it out of one of the last housing estates, but then he meets a young boy named Benji (Jedaiah Bannerman) and the pair search for their place in their community fighting for their home. January 19

Queer Eye (Season 8)

Prepare to potentially shed a few more tears during the eighth season of Queer Eye. The Fab Five return to New Orleans to transform the lives of their “heroes” in this latest batch of episodes—which also happens to be the last season for interior design expert Bobby Berk. January 24


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You may know her best as Modern Family’s warm and hilarious Gloria, but Sofía Vergara is ready to show off a whole new side of her talents in Griselda. The crime drama is inspired by the real-life story of Griselda Blanco, a woman known as “the Godmother” who created one of the most profitable cartels ever. The series is set in the ’70s and ’80s in Miami and tracks Griselda as she builds her “business” while navigating her complicated family life. January 25

Everything Available on Netflix Canada in January 2024

January 1
Bitconned (Netflix Documentary)
Fool Me Once (Netflix Series)
You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment (Netflix Documentary)
Annie (1982)
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Loudermilk: Seasons 1-3
ONE PIECE: Marineford
Sex Tape
Something Borrowed
War Dogs

January 4
Boy Swallows Universe (Netflix Series)
The Brothers Sun (Netflix Series)
Society of the Snow (Netflix Film)

January 5
Good Grief (Netflix Film)
Gyeongseong Creature Part 2 (Netflix Series)

January 7
Mr. D: Seasons 1-3

January 9
Batman Begins

January 10
Break Point: Season 2 (Netflix Documentary)
The Trust: A Game of Greed (Netflix Series)

January 11
Champion (Netflix Series)
Sonic Prime Chapter 3 (Netflix Family)

January 12
Lift (Netflix Film)
Love is Blind: Sweden (Netflix Series)

January 15
CoComelon: Season 9
maboroshi (Netflix Anime)
Spider-Man: No Way Home

January 16

January 17
End of the Line (Netflix Series)

January 18
Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis (Netflix Comedy)

January 19
Love is Blind: Sweden (Netflix Series) (new episodes)
Love on the Spectrum U.S. : Season 2 (Netflix Series)
Mi soledad tiene alas (Netflix Film)
Sixty Minutes (Netflix Film)

January 20
Captivating the King (Netflix Series)

January 22
Not Quite Narwhal: Season 2 (Netflix Family)

January 23
Jacqueline Novak: Get on Your Knees (Netflix Comedy)
Train to Busan

January 24
Six Nations: Full Contact (Netflix Documentary)
Queer Eye: Season 8 — (Netflix Series)

January 25
Griselda (Netflix Series)
Masters of the Universe: Revolution (Netflix Series)

January 26
The Blacklist: Season 10
Love is Blind: Sweden (Netflix Series) (new episodes)

January 27
Doctor Slump (Netflix Series)

January 28
Love is Blind: Sweden (Netflix Series) (new episodes)

January 29
Mighty Bheem’s Playtime (Netflix Family)

January 30
Jack Whitehall: Settle Down (Netflix Comedy)
A new special from Jack Whitehall.

January 31
Alexander the Great (Netflix Documentary)
Baby Bandito (Netflix Series)
The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse: Part 1 (Netflix Anime)
WIL (Netflix Film)