Netflix is all set and ready with the new and versatile content for the new year. It’s January and already it has thrown up some ultimate series so you can head your way in January 2020 very easily. They have a treasure trove of terrific movies and series that you can stream right now here’s. Here’s a look at everything hitting on Netflix this January.
A humanoid horse, BoJack Horseman, this was one of the earliest original content of Netflix finally coming to an end this year. Displaying its last season. Fans have been worried about how this goodbye from the series is going to shatter their hearts. The show about a Hollywood parody of a depressed talking horse. The animated series BoJack Horseman is a challenging show to explain to someone who’s never seen it. It’s a goofy, pun-filled show about an over-the-hill TV star who happens to be a horse, but it’s also an insightful document of mental illness, depression, trauma, and loneliness.
Another show is Breaking Bad you have to admit even if you haven’t seen this show you have definitely heard of it. This show acquired great success and a massive fan base. Well, it is the most acclaimed shows of the modern age. If you don’t know what it is about you have just missed Bryan Cranston Best performance in TV history as an average man who becomes an above-average drug lord. If you have seen this show it is worth to watch is all over in your spare time.
We all Love Paul Rudd, don’t we, well, who wouldn’t want to watch some cloning twin action drama. Living with Yourself is a Series starring Paul Rudd where founds himself stuck with his cloned self who somehow happens to be a much better version of him. It is a story of a depressed man who goes to a spa to find his “better you” and ends up literally being cloned. undeniably it’s funny and interesting, secured by another incredibly likable work from newcomer Aisling Bea and a great performance from Paul Rudd actually, it’s kind of like two performances.
The Next show is The first major hit of 2019 for Netflix. The Russian Doll it’s that show, everyone, been telling you to watch. Well, you can use some advice here. The show portrait he one that uses a Groundhog Day premise of a day lived over and over again to comment on trauma, isolation, and the modern midlife crisis. Natasha Lyonne plays a woman who keeps dying and reliving her 36th birthday party, and … well, that’s all you just need to know for now. It’s that show that you’ll probably watch in a straight, 4-hour blast and then you’ll want to watch it again.
We cannot complete the list without talking of Mad Man Set in New York in the 1960s, Mad Men follows one of the city’s most prestigious ad agencies on Madison Avenue. If someone were to make a list on the most acclaimed acts of the current millennium, AMC’s Mad Men would have to be included near the top. From its opening episode all the way through its final season, Mad Men is a great work of art.
“The Crown” the show traces Elizabeth’s (Claire Foy) life from her marriage to Prince Philip (Matt Smith) in 1947 to the present day, digging into the web of agendas and alliances as the Queen must operate. The Crown is sure to entertain viewers who comprehend Machiavellian television, as well as those who love the decor of TV shows like Downton Abbey. However, the show also has a profoundly private side, in that it explores Elizabeth’s personal relationships and the toll imposed by her duties as Queen.
The keeping in mind the wide range of its audience Netflix has come up with another teen comedy ” Sex Education” it’s a bawdy comedy about teens grappling with sexuality. It’s a show that gets a lot of mileage out of sex jokes, but what leaves a lasting impression is the show’s recognition that sex can be an emotionally perilous adventure and the effects that can have on people.
The darkest of dark comedies, this BBC import stars Alex Lawther as a kid who is kind of considering becoming a serial killer when he runs into a force of nature named Alyssa, this mind-blowing storyline is of The Series End of the Fucking World. Acclaimed to have an unforgettable performance by Jessica Barden. The show follows James (Alex Lawler), the self-described psychopath, and Alyssa (Jessica Barden), a modern rebel without a cause who convinces him to run away with her, and the two embark on a road trip across England, getting into bizarre shenanigans as James plots to kill her. it is one of the most unique shows you’ll find.
“The Black Mirror” It’s Charlie Brooker’s world, we just live in it. Each episode of Black Mirror tells a single story. With a theme of modern and near-future technology running through each unnerving tale you simply have to see what all of the hype is about, watch it now before our technological overlords force you to.
“The Witcher” the show known for being the savior of Game of Thrones fan base it’s Netflix’s big-budget adaptation of the hit fantasy novels and video games that have been compared to Game of Thrones in their ambition and complexity. The critics have been mixed on this Henry Cavill action show, but fans have been falling in love with its quirky humor. The plot of the series is already well known through major gaming fan base; The Geralt of Rivia “The witcher” (Henery Cavill) a monster hunter tries to reconnect with his child of surprise. The fans have been falling in love with this show Check it out and see why.
After watching this show you are going to forget American remakes. it’s the show of BBC mystery classic, starring David Tennant of Marvel’s Jessica Jones and one of our newest Oscar winners, Olivia Colman, giving one of her best performances. When an 11-year-old boy is killed, the coastal town of Broadchurch is constrained to the onrush of media attention. At only eight episodes, this British show is easy to binge on a weekend, its twisting plot will keep making you watch it. The first season, which has a constrained mystery about a boy’s body found on a beach in a small town, is a classic masterpiece.
These are the show that just a review of the January gift bag of Netflix. Not to forget about these honorable mentions.
Good Girls: Season 2
A Cinderella Story.
American Horror story
These are some major hits of Netflix, some had launched their next plot and others are just on the way to land within the coming month. The versatility of shows is a massive choice for yourself what suits your choice best from comedies to action, from horror to mystery drama everything has been renewed.