January premieres Netflix, Disney +, HBO Max, Prime Video and Movistar +: one of the most anticipated series of the year and the third installment of the Jurassic trilogy

Discover the most outstanding titles that are incorporated into the different streaming platforms this month.


We welcome 2023 and we look at the series and movie news that arrive this first month of the year on the different streaming platforms. January has been the month chosen by HBO Max to premiere one of its most anticipated series of this new year. We are referring, of course, to The Last of Us, the adaptation of the well-known video game starring Pedro Pascal and the young Bella Ramsey.

In addition, this month you will be able to enjoy new series such as Koala Man, Welcome to Chippendales and the Spanish thriller The Snow Girl, among others. But you will also have the opportunity to see the new seasons of fictions such as Red Sky and Vikings: Valhalla.

We now stop at the novelties for cinephiles, among which it is worth highlighting the historical thriller The crimes of the academy, with Christian Bale as the protagonist; and the comedies An Explosive Wedding, with Jennifer Lopez, and People Like You.

As if that were not enough, from January 2023 you will be able to watch film premieres such as Jurassic World: Dominion, The Menu and Fast & Furious 9 without leaving home.

Below you can consult the series and movies that premiere in January 2023 on the different streaming platforms.


Koala Man


Koala Man is the title of the animated series that lands this month in the Disney+ catalog. Produced by the creator of Rick and Morty, the fiction follows Kevin, a family man whose only superpower is his obsession with following the rules. Under the identity of Koala Man, Kevin tries to keep crime at bay in the small town of Dapto. With the unwavering support of his family, he does everything in his power to stop the villains and prevent supernatural horrors from wiping out the small town.

Premiere: January 9 on Disney+

Welcome to Chippendales

The drama based on true events, Welcome to Chippendales is another of the new series that you can find this month on Disney +. The fiction tells the story of Somen “Steve” Banerjee, an Indian immigrant living in the United States. Determined to prove that nothing and no one was going to stop him from fulfilling his dreams, Somen founded Chippendales, one of the largest male striptease empires.

Premiere: January 11 on Disney+

Vikings: Valhalla – Season 2

This month is back on Netflix Vikings: Valhalla, the prequel ‘spin-off’ of the successful fiction that premieres its second season. The new episodes show how, after the tragic death of Kattegat, Leif, Freydis and Harald become fugitives in Scandinavia, and must flee beyond the borders they know.

Premiere: January 12 on Netflix

Sky Red – Season 3

Another of the fictions that returns to the Red N platform is the Spanish Sky Red. In this third season, Coral, Gina and Wendy have decided to start a new life in a small fishing village, after having managed to escape with their lives, and with several million euros in their pockets, from the clutches of Romeo and Moisés. Just when they thought they were safe, they discover that the two hitmen have found their refuge and are willing to show them who has the real power.

Premiere: January 13 on Netflix

The Last of Us

The Last of Us is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated fictions of this month of January. The HBO Max series is inspired by the well-known video game of the same name. Its plot is set in a post-apocalyptic world, where a large part of the population has been infected with a mysterious virus that turns its victims into a kind of cannibal. In this desolate scenario, Joel, a man who has lost everything he loved, must carry out a dangerous mission: move the young Ellie, only 14 years old, from the quarantine zone to the place where a paramilitary group lives. calls Fireflies. Along the way, Joel discovers that Ellie has a bite, but she appears to be uninfected. A detail that leads him to think that her immunity is what the Fireflies want to take advantage of.

Premiere: January 16 on HBO Max

the snow girl

Netflix also premieres this month one of its new original series, the ‘thriller’ The Snow Girl. Based on the homonymous novel by Javier Castillo, the fiction takes place in Malaga in 2010. The traditional procession of the Three Kings turns into a nightmare when the young Amaya Martín disappears in the crowd. The investigation into her whereabouts comes into the hands of Inspector Millán, who begins to relive moments from her past that she had forgotten. At the same time, Miren, a young trainee journalist decides to investigate the case with the help of veteran Eduardo.

Premiere: January 27 on Netflix


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Abbey Road: If the walls could sing

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the crimes of the academy

Christian Bale stars in The Academy Murders, the historical thriller coming to Netflix this January. Based on the novel by Louis Bayard, the film takes us to the American military academy at West Point, in 1830. Inspector August Landor is ordered to go to the place to investigate the murder of a young cadet. Desperate at the repeated silence of the rest of the cadets, Landor chooses one of them to help solve the case. A young poetry lover named Edgar Allan Poe.

Premiere: January 6 on Netflix

Jurassic World: Dominion

This January, Jurassic World: Dominion, the third installment of the new trilogy inspired by Michael Crichton’s novel, premieres in streaming. The film stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, and with the special participation of the actors from the original film by Steven Spielberg, Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum. The plot begins four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar. Now dinosaurs roam the world freely, and coexist with human beings. A coexistence that could end the hegemony of humans as the world’s main predators.

Premiere: January 13 on Movistar+

The menu

Disney+ receives this month The Menu, the horror thriller starring Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy. The film follows Tyler and Margot, a couple who travel to an island in the Pacific in the United States to go to the exclusive Hawthorn restaurant, to taste the luxurious menu prepared by chef Julian Slowik. What was supposed to be a wonderful evening turns into a real nightmare when a series of strange events begin to unfold as each new item on the menu is served to them.

Premiere: January 18 on Disney+

an explosive wedding

This month comes to Prime Video Bombshell Wedding, the romantic comedy starring Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel. The plot follows Darcy and Tom, a couple who are about to say yes. After gathering all their families to celebrate the wedding of the year, they both begin to feel some fear about commitment. As if that were not enough, during the celebration of the link, the guests are taken hostage. As they try to sort out their feelings, Darcy and Tom must do what they can to rescue the ones they love.

Premiere: January 27 on Prime Video

people like you

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Another of the feature films that you will be able to enjoy this month of January from the sofa at home is the comedy People like you. Starring Jonah Hill, Julia Louis-Dreyfuss, Eddie Murphy and David Duchovny, the film tells the story of a couple and their respective families as they try to adjust to new forms of love, cultural differences and social expectations.

Premiere: January 27 on Netflix

fast & furious 9

Another novelty that you can find this month on Prime Video is Fast & Furious 9. The ninth installment of the well-known automobile saga follows, once again, Dominic Toretto, who now enjoys a quiet life with Letty and his son. The calm comes to an end when his brother Jacob appears on the scene, with whom he has been at odds for years. Memories of the past surface as Toretto does his best to keep those he loves most safe.

Premiere: January 28 on Prime Video


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January premieres Netflix, Disney +, HBO Max, Prime Video and Movistar +: one of the most anticipated series of the year and the third installment of the Jurassic trilogy