Netflix january 2023 releases: programming, movies and tv series

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Netflix January 2023 releases. The new year brings with it new TV series and new movies to be savoured, as well as hopes and intentions: it is a way to enjoy the old habits of all time, without giving up thrills never felt before and getting involved in other stories on the programme. Below we will collect the new unmissable releases of the first month of 2023 on Netflix, the streaming giant which never fails to amaze and entertain all its loyal viewers. In fact, many palates will be satisfied by the Netflix proposals of 2023: fans of fantasy, thrillers and dramas will find exactly what they are looking for, nor will they miss the opportunity to have a laugh, thanks to the comedies that the platform offers.

Netflix January 2023 Releases: Movies

Netflix expands the catalog of its offer with these films, of which we report the official synopsis and the logline:

The Pale Blue Eye – The West Point Murders (January 6) : “West Point, 1830. In the early hours of a winter morning, the body of a cadet is found. But after the body arrives at the morgue, tragedy turns brutal when it is discovered that the boy’s heart has been precisely removed. Fearing irreparable damage to the newly opened military academy, the directors turn to local detective Augustus Landor (Christian Bale) to solve the murder. Hampered by the code of silence among the recruits, Landor enlists one of their own to carry out the investigation, an eccentric cadet named Edgar Allan Poe (Harry Melling) who despises the rigidity of the military world and loves poetry. Based on the novel by Louis Bayard, THE PALE BLUE EYE”

-JUNG_E (January 20): “The Earth has been devastated by drastic climate change and humanity has migrated to new refuges in space, where a civil war has been raging for decades. Yun Jung-yi (Kim Hyun-joo) becomes an incredible mercenary and military strategist responsible for countless victories, but a failed mission leaves her in a vegetative state and Kronoid, a company developing artificial intelligence for military purposes, seeks to create a perfect fighting robot by cloning its brain.

35 years later Yun Seo-hyun (Kang Soo-youn), Jung-yi’s daughter, participates in this initiative as research director for the JUNG_E project. After limited progress, despite countless cloning and simulation attempts, Kronoid abandons the quest to launch another project, but Seo-hyun discovers their plans and tries to save JUNG_E.”

– Pamela, a love story (January 31) : “Pamela, a love story is an intimate and humanizing portrait of one of the most fascinating and famous women in the world and chronicles the life and career of Pamela Anderson from small-town girl to international sex symbol, actress, activist and loving mother.”

Netflix january 2023 releases: tv series

Netflix expands the catalog of its offer with these TV series, of which we report the official synopsis and the logline:

Kaleidoscope (January 1, 2023): “The new anthology series Kaleidoscope (formerly titled Jigsaw) takes place over 25 years and follows a band of master thieves as they attempt to open a seemingly inviolable vault in order to get the biggest loot in history. Under the watchful eye of the world’s most powerful corporate security and law enforcement team, each episode reveals a piece of an elaborate puzzle of corruption, greed, revenge, schemes, alliances and betrayals. How did the gang of thieves engineer the plan? Who will get away with it? Who can you trust?”

Copenhagen Cowboy (January 5, 2023) : “electrifying and illuminated by neon lights, Copenhagen Cowboys is a six-episode noir series centered around the enigmatic young heroine Miu who, at the dawn of a new beginning after a life of servitude, traverses the unnerving world of Copenhagen’s criminal underworld. Thirsting for justice and revenge, Miu meets her nemesis Rakel and together they embark on an odyssey through the natural and supernatural dimensions. The past ends up transforming and defining their future, as the two young women discover they are not alone.

Vikings Valhalla 2 (January 12): “Set over a thousand years ago in the early 11th century, VIKINGS: VALHALLA chronicles the heroic adventures of some of the most famous Vikings who ever lived: legendary explorer Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett), his fearless and tenacious sister Freydis Eriksdotter (Frida Gustavsson) and the ambitious Northern prince Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter). Season 2 finds our heroes shortly after the tragic fall of Kattegat, an event that shattered their dreams and altered their destinies. Suddenly finding themselves fugitives in Scandinavia, they are forced to test their ambitions and mettle in worlds beyond the Kattegat fjords.

The Lying Life of Adults (January 4) : “The lying life of adults is the intense and singular portrait of Giovanna, who faces the transition from childhood to adolescence by discovering the different faces of Naples during the 90s. The search for a new face, after the happy one of childhood, oscillates between two consanguineous Naples who however fear and hate each other: the Naples above, which has given itself a fine mask, and the one below, which pretends to be immoderate , trivial. Giovanna oscillates between high and low, now falling now climbing up, disoriented by the fact that, up or down, the city seems unanswerable and without a way out.”

Miniseries in planning

-MADOFF – The Monster of Wall Street (January 4, 2023): “The Monster of Wall Street reveals the truth about Bernie Madoff’s infamous $64 billion Ponzi scheme (the largest in history), which destroyed the lives of countless individual investors who

they were trusted by Wall Street’s revered statesman. Featuring exclusive access to whistleblowers, employees, investigators and victims, as well as never-before-seen video testimony from Madoff himself, this four-part docuseries traces his rise from humble beginnings to one of Wall Street’s most influential and powerful brokers. Through an innovative visual approach and a gripping thriller tinge that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats, prolific director Joe Berlinger (Conversations with a Killer, A Murder Scene, Brother’s Keeper) uncovers the genesis and, for the first time, the dynamics of Madoff’s fraudulent financial advisory business, revealing that the scam was not the creation of a single evil mastermind as many believed.”

Netflix january 2023 releases: programming, movies and tv series