Some of my most popular posts are my Netflix movie lists. Starting this month, I’m going to begin posting new shows coming to Netflix, new Netflix original series, new films on Netflix, and titles leaving Netflix this week.
New shows coming to Netflix | New films coming to Netflix
Updated January 17, 2020
New on Netflix: Movies
Check out the full list of what’s new on Netflix this week. Includes movies, TV shows, series, and Netflix originals.
Did you miss the list of new shows coming on Netflix January 2020?
Make sure you finish up any series or movies scheduled to leave at the end of this week before they’re gone. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the hottest series and films on Netflix this week.
Ares (Netflix Original) In this Dutch show, a woman realizes the secret society she’s joined is built on demonic secrets.
Hip-Hop Evolution: Season 4 (Netflix Original) The music series continues to tell the story of how hip-hop was shaped in the U.S.
Sex Education: Season 2 (Netflix Original) The surprisingly sweet show about teens and sex and relationships follows Otis, a late bloomer and son of a sex therapist who must control his new urges.
Tiny House Nation: Volume 2
Tyler Perry’s A Fall From Grace (Netflix Film) Law-abiding Grace (Crystal Fox) moves on to a new love (Mehcad Brooks), and then gets indicted for murdering her ex-husband in this thriller.
Vivir dos veces (Netflix Film) Emilio searches for a long-lost love before his memory fails.
Wer kann, der kann! (Netflix Original) Dessert competition show “Nailed It!” goes to Germany with model Angelina Kirsch as host.
The Bling Ring
Family Reunion: Part 2 (Netflix Family) This sitcom about a Seattle family who must readjust to simple living in Georgia returns for its second season.
Fortune Feimster: Sweet & Salty (Netflix Original) The comedian’s first hour-long Netflix comedy special covers childhood misadventures and how a movie helped her realize she was a lesbian.
Word Party: Season 4 (Netflix Family) The educational TV show featuring animated animals in diapers continues.
Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak (Netflix Documentary) A six-episode docuseries that likely won’t make you less paranoid about influenza.
Playing with Fire: Season 1
The Ghost Bride (Netflix Original) A young woman in 1890s Malacca becomes mired in a murder mystery.
October Faction (Netflix Original) Monster hunters with teenage kids hide their identities in this series inspired by comics.
SAINT SEIYA: Knights of the Zodiac: Season 1 / Part 2 (Netflix Anime) Seiya, who has risen up to protect the goddess Athena, is now one of her Saints.
A Sun (Netflix Film) A family reckons with the aftermath of their younger son’s incarceration.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 3 (Netflix Original) The devilishly good show returns with Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) aiming to free her boyfriend from eternal damnation.
The Ranch: The Final Season (Netflix Original) The comedy series starring Ashton Kutcher and Sam Elliott has its final episodes (without Danny Masterson).
Rise of Empires: Ottoman (Netflix Original) With a mix of scripted and documentary elements, this series examines the history of the Ottoman Empire.
Vir Das: For India (Netflix Original) Vir Das takes his audience on a celebratory journey through the history of India, from its people and traditions to modern culture and famous films.
Leaving this week
Leaving Jan. 17
Short Term 12
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO WATCHING ON NETFLIX THIS WEEK?
Even though this post is a collection of the movies coming to and leaving Netflix this week, their library actually changes just about every day.
Do movies change on Netflix?
Netflix’s lineup of movies and TV shows is constantly changing as the company gains and loses licensing rights for different content.
Why does Netflix keep removing movies?
Netflix licenses TV shows and movies from studios and content providers around the world, and those licenses can expire if they’re not renewed. If one of your favorite TV shows or movies you love is leaving, it indicates that the licensing agreement with the content provider is about to end.
Is the Netflix library shrinking?
According to The Fiscal Times, “Netflix’s streaming library included close to 11,000 titles in 2012. Currently, the library contains about 5,300. Every month, many subscribers search for one of those “What’s Coming to and Leaving Netflix This Month” articles without noticing that the exits are far outpacing the arrivals.”
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