Here's Everything Coming To Netflix In January

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Netflix clearly knows exactly what we need to jump start the new year: Degrassi's new class (minus Drake; sorry), multiple examples of why we need to save the planet, a hilarious sex comedy starring Adam Scott, and tons of Ben Stiller.

Plus, January really is the best time to snuggle up under the covers, turn off the lights, and watch Matthew Macfadyen moodily lust after Keira Knightley in Pride & Prejudice. Another perfect pick for January dreariness is the unsettling, explosive We Need To Talk About Kevin, starring Tilda Swinton as the worried mom of potential school shooter Ezra Miller. We'd advise watching it with a friend unless you don't mind never wanting to leave your house again.

January also gifts us with a reason to fall back in love with two sitcoms we haven't honestly thought about in a while, but love dearly: New Girl and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. When you come home from work, layered in sweaters and scarves, and you just need to sit on the couch and laugh, Netflix will give you Jessica Day (Zooey Deschanel) and Charlie Kelly (Charlie Day) in bulk packages.

What better way to enjoy the cold than by staying in!
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2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)

Yet another chance to watch the sorely missed Paul Walker in action as Brian O’Conner.

Available January 1
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Along Came Polly (2004)

This may be our favorite Jennifer Aniston performance in a movie. As Polly, she’s reckless, down-to-earth, and can dance a mean salsa.

Available January 1
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American Girl: Grace Stirs Up Success (2015)

Too much of a ‘90s kid to know who Grace the American Girl is? We’re with you. Still, if you have a niece, these movies always make a good option when you’ve run out of things to talk about.

Available January 1
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Angry Birds Toons: Season 1

Yes, there really is an Angry Birds cartoon. And, yes, it’s probably pretty funny and definitely more fun than playing the actual game.

Available January 1
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Bring It On: Fight to the Finish (2009)

So, this is the Bring It On sequel you probably haven’t watched yet. Christina Milian plays the East L.A. head cheerleader who faces off against the snobby squad led by Holland Roden (Teen Wolf).

Available January 1
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Bring It On: In It to Win It (2007)

Sorry, this isn’t the one starring Hayden Panettiere. On the bright side, you probably haven’t seen this one, either! Pretty Little Liars’ Ashley Benson stars.

Available January 1
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Catwoman (2004)

Still a punch line, but there are bright moments. Halle Berry plays Patience Phillips, graphic artist by day, sexy feline by night.

Available January 1
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Constantine (2005)

Definitely an odd choice for Keanu Reeves in his heady post-Matrix days, but worth checking out to see one of Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence’s earliest full-length studio pictures.

Available January 1
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Forensic Files: Collection 2

Admit it: You would totally watch CSI if it weren’t for the annoying smugness and nightclub lighting getting in the way of all the cool forensic stuff.

Available January 1
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The Celebrity Plastic Surgeons Of Beverly Hills: Season 1

A closer look at what it’s really like to be a plastic surgeon catering to the rich and famous. And the Housewives.

Available January 1
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How to Change the World (2015)

This timely documentary tells the tale of the men and women who created Greenpeace in the ‘70s.

Available January 1
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Intolerable Cruelty (2003)

It may not appear to be a Coen brothers movie, but this dark comedic tale of a gold digger (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and a womanizer (George Clooney) is signature Coen.

Available January 1
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Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (2006)

Keeping in line with this month’s global-warming theme, this animated flick that isn’t a Pixar movie does its best to instill children with a fear of climate change.

Available January 1
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House of Wax (2005)

All you really need to know about this low-budget horror film is that Paris Hilton is a co-star. Still want to know more? There are wax-covered corpses involved, and Chad Michael Murray. That’s all we’re going to say.

Available January 1
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Journey to Le Mans (2014)

Le Mans is one of the most famous car racing events in the world, and this British documentary details one team’s journey to win from start to finish.

Available January 1
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Meet The Fockers (2004)

Well, at least it isn’t Little Fockers. This Jay Roach-directed sequel to Meet The Parents (2000) introduces us to Greg Focker’s (Ben Stiller) parents, played with chutzpah by Barbra Streisand and Dustin Hoffman.

Available January 1
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Loins of Punjab (2007)

All sorts of eccentrics, from a yogi to an actress to a businessman, compete in a singing contest in New Jersey.

Available January 1
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Friday Night Tykes: Seasons 1-2

Peewee football is real, and it is terrifying. This is a reality show told in the form of a highbrow documentary, and it’s compelling.

Available January 1
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Pride & Prejudice (2005)

He’s no Colin Firth, but Matthew Macfadyen offers a hunkier version of Mr. Darcy in this Joe Wright version of the classic Jane Austen tale.

Available January 1
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Nanny McPhee (2006)

Even with her crass makeup, Emma Thompson is impossibly charming and likable as a magical nanny.

Available January 1
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Meet The Parents (2000)

The original is still the gold standard. Pitting Ben Stiller’s mild-mannered nurse against Robert De Niro’s former CIA interrogator is still funny, 15 years later.

Available January 1
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Piku (2015)

We haven’t seen this Bollywood film starring Irrfan Khan as a cab driver, but it has an 83% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. If you haven’t dipped your toes into the Bollywood pond, perhaps this is a good place to start.

Available January 1
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Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005)

What is a heffalump, you ask? It’s an adorable purple elephant, but Pooh and Piglet fear the mythological creature until they finally meet.

Available January 1
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Something New (2006)

Sanaa Lathan can do no wrong, even in this standard romantic comedy about three strangers who meet at a funeral.

Available January 1
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Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball (2009)

The original Smokin’ Aces starred a hyper Jeremy Piven as a Vegas performer named Buddy Israel and was good for a laugh. The sequel has no such star power.

Available January 1
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Shout Gladi Gladi (2015)

This critically acclaimed documentary about the obstetric fistula epidemic in Africa is narrated by Meryl Streep and should be on many Academy voters’ short lists for Best Documentary.

Available January 1
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Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle: Season 3

We can’t say we know too much about British comic Stewart Lee, but any Anglophile will want to at least check him out.

Available January 1
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The Good Road (2013)

Three different travelers’ terrible days coincide on a highway in India.

Available January 1
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Swordfish (2001)

Starring John Travolta and Halle Berry, this movie was actually way ahead of the curve; its plot centers on an anti-terrorist unit of the CIA that seeks out cyber criminals.

Available January 1
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Stephen Fry Live: More Fool Me (2014)

Filmed in front of an adoring, sold-out audience at the Royal Festival Hall in London, this comedy special features ample doses of Fry’s very British wit.

Available January 1
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The Tale Of Despereaux (2008)

Who doesn’t love an adorable animated mouse? This film tells the heroic tale based on author Kate DiCamillo’s 2003 children’s book.

Available January 1
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The Wedding Date (2005)

Debra Messing is at her peak of Will & Grace popularity, playing a hopeless single gal who hires a male escort (Dermot Mulroney) to be her date at her sister’s wedding.

Available January 1
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The Whole Ten Yards (2004)

This is the (arguably unnecessary) sequel to The Whole Nine Yards, starring Bruce Willis in one of his funnier comedic roles.

Available January 1
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We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011)

It’s only been four years since this psychological thriller came out, but it’s even scarier to watch now. Tilda Swinton plays the mom of a school shooter (Ezra Miller), who is shunned into isolation by her town in the incident’s aftermath.

Available January 1
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The Rundown (2003)

Peter Berg is a great action director, and The Rock is a great action hero. We can’t promise that dynamic duo leads to a cinematic masterpiece, but it’s worth a shot.

Available January 1
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I'll Have What Phil's Having: Season 1

Phil Rosenthal, a former writer for Everybody Loves Raymond, invites famous-ish people over for extravagant culinary adventures.

Available January 2
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30 for 30: Four Falls of Buffalo

Sports fans will understand the pain of watching their favorite team go to the Super Bowl four years in a row (1990 to 1993), and lose every single time. This ESPN documentary details those tough losses.

Available January 2
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Sofia the First: Season 2

This kids’ series is essentially a cartoon version of The Princess Diaries; Sofia’s mom marries a prince, so awkwardness ensues as she goes from commoner to princess.

Available January 3
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Blunt Force Trauma (2015)

Ryan Kwanten and Freida Pinto play gunfighters in love and Mickey Rourke co-stars.

Available January 4
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Training Day (2001)

The Los Angeles-set cop drama won Denzel Washington an Oscar and kept audiences on the edges of their seats with plot twists and slow-building tension.

Available January 4
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New Girl: Season 4

This is the season when Damon Wayans, Jr. is promoted to a series regular and Jessica Biel plays a hot scientist.

Available January 5
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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 10

Charlie (Charlie Day), Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dee (Kaitlin Olson), and Dennis (Glenn Howerton) join forces as the series introduces Psycho Pete and a fictional game show called Family Fight.

Available January 5
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Adult World (2014)

Emma Roberts plays a naif who takes a job at a sex shop while interning with a reclusive, inevitably sexy writer (John Cusack).

Available January 8
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Tom Segura: Mostly Stories (Netflix Original)

The little-known, bearded comic gets a shot at the big time in this Netflix Original.

Available January 8
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Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 2 (Netflix Original)

Formerly called DreamWorks Dragons, this series aired on the Cartoon Network until now. The animated children’s show is based on How to Train Your Dragon.

Available January 8
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The Marziano Family (2011)

Ana Katz directed this dramedy about two very different brothers, one of whom suddenly can’t read.

Available January 10
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Rosario Tijeras (2005)

In this Colombian take on badass women, Flora Martinez stars as a formerly abused woman who takes it upon herself to assassinate all the terrible men in her life and her town.

Available January 10
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Un Oso Rojo (2002)

An ex-con seeks revenge on the man (or group) who hurt his family. From Argentina.

Available January 10
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Esperando La Carroza (1985)

This comedy set in Argentina focuses on a family arguing over who should care for their aging mother.

Available January 10
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El Hombre De Al Lado (2009)

This is an Argentinian thriller about two neighbors involved in a tense dispute over their common wall.

Available January 10
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Dos Hermanos (2010)

This drama takes place in Buenos Aires and stars Antonio Gasalla as one half of two brothers who are fighting after their mother’s death.

Available January 10
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Littlest Pet Shop: Season 4

Hasbro’s Littlest Pet Shop toys come to life in this colorful children’s series.

Available January 11
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The Ladykillers (2004)

Tom Hanks plays a Southern professor who attempts to rob a casino in this classic Coen brothers romp.

Available January 12
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Parks and Recreation: Season 7

Die-hard fans of the NBC sitcom — and newbies who never caught on — will finally have the final season all in one place.

Available January 13
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The Testimony (2015)

This short Irish film follows the real-life case of Cat O’Neill, who testified against her parents on charges of domestic abuse in 1991.

Available January 14
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The Last Five Years (2015)
Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan sing their hearts out in this musical adaptation directed by Richard LaGravenese.

Available January 15
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The Overnight (2015)

Adam Scott and Taylor Schilling play a couple drawn to the risky sexual habits of a sleepover’s hosts, played by Jason Schwartzman and Judith Godrèche.

Available January 15
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Sirens: Season 2

This beloved USA comedy never made it past season 2, but it has a cult-like following among laugh-seeking TV obsessives.

Available January 15
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Occupied (2015)

Sparked by an idea from Jo Nesbo, this Norwegian political thriller imagines a futuristic Norway occupied by Russia.

Available January 15
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Moonwalkers (2015)

This comedic farce stars the unlikely pair of Ron Perlman and Rupert Grint as a CIA agent and music manager, respectively, who cook together a con.

Available January 15
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Degrassi: The Next Class: Season 1 (Netflix Original)

The beloved Canadian high school drama that introduced Drake to the world is back, in a revival series starring Amanda Arcuri and Reiya Downs.

Available January 15
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Hyde Park on Hudson (2012)

Bill Murray stars as FDR in a wheelchair, who gets a controversial hand job from his cousin and future mistress (Laura Linney).

Available January 16
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Z Nation: Season 2

Season 3 premieres on Syfy in January, but the vast zombie-loving TV audience out there can enjoy season 2 on demand.

Available January 17
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Curve (2015)

This straight-to-video horror movie stars Julianne Hough as a woman who gets trapped in her overturned car with a dangerous hitchhiker on the loose.

Available January 19
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Drone (2014)

Written and directed by Tonje Hessen Schei, this documentary will scare anyone already nervous about the lack of transparency regarding the CIA’s overseas drone program.

Available January 20
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When Calls the Heart: Season 2

Erin Krakow plays a wealthy school teacher transferred to a working-class community.

Available January 21
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Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (2015)

Ian Ziering and Tara Reid gamely agreed to return for a third movie in the mysteriously popular Sharknado franchise.

Available January 22
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Chelsea Does (Netflix Original)

Perhaps the biggest January release for Netflix, Chelsea Handler’s new documentary series follows the shameless comedian as she investigates racism, marriage, Silicon Valley, and drugs in four separate films.

Available January 23
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Turbo Kid (2015)

This Canadian comedy is basically every comic book fan’s dream; a fanboy tries to save the world from an impending apocalypse. Nerds unite!

Available January 25
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From Dusk Till Dawn: Season 2

Robert Rodriguez’s horror series is based on his cult classic movie of the same name.

Available January 25
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Frozen Planet (2011)
Frozen Planet: On Thin Ice (2011)
Frozen Planet: The Epic Journey (2011)
The Making Of Frozen Planet (2012)

Co-produced by the BBC, this documentary series comes from the same team who made the gorgeous Planet Earth and The Blue Planet. This time, they take a look at the disappearing Arctic and Antarctic.

Available January 28
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Even After High: Dragon Games (Netflix Original)

Even After High is a series of animated specials focused on ultra-modern teens at a fairy-tale high school.

Available January 29
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Words and Pictures (2013)

Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche, a rare age-appropriate couple on-screen, play academics arguing over which is more important: words or art.

Available January 31