Â The Dark KnightÂ is a brilliant Jenga tower of suspense. The Ant-Man movie sits outside of the Infinity War storyline sort of and ultimately was the final Marvel title to release in 2018. As usual, January is your last chance to watch a variety of shows and movies before they leave Netflix. But that's where we've got you covered with our monthly updates on the best new shows on Netflix. Here, we give you the top movies hitting the service in January, as well as the full list of titles you'll want to stream this month.
I am not a slovenly man, but in a lot of ways I feel like trash. The Walking Dead The zombies took over the Earth. Netflix frequently updates its library, so check back here often for new additions to this list. The Disney and Netflix partnership can end at any moment so enjoy it while you can! But if you're overwhelmed with all those choices, don't feel too bad about sifting through one single streaming service for your viewing pleasure. With a new year comes new Netflix content! But what Walter lacks in social skills he makes up for in smarts and invention, creating the awesome gadgets Lance uses on his epic missions.
Some titles may not currently be available on international platforms. Are you in the mood for some Chilling Adventures? Both wickedly funny and surprisingly thoughtful, Pulp FictionÂ is even better than you remember it being in the 1990s. Let us know in the comments below. The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell Finally. At its worst, it's still worth watching to get to the next good part.
However, the best thing about January 1 was that every Indiana Jones movie landed on Netflix. Not only does the film feature Han Solo, but it also chronicles the first meeting between Han and the Wookiee who would become his closest friend and copilot, Chewbacca. The Dragon Prince hopes to continue in that tradition. Available to stream on September 16. Stranger Things The pop culture phenomenon Stranger Things is a show that wears a lot of hats, sometimes evoking Spielbergian levels of nostalgia and wonder, and sometimes Stephen King-like moments of unbridled terror.
Led by a virtuoso performance from Darren Criss, Versace manages to be a work of both opulence and restraint, and its arrival on Netflix means you can kick off 2019 by catching up on one of the very best shows of 2018. Few horror shows have ever received the level of acclaim that The Haunting of Hill House has been getting, so find out for yourself why! In order to turn the experience into something positive, he decides to set up a secret sex therapy clinic for his classmates, which opens all kinds of new doors for him and his hormone-crazed peers. The deal elapsing will see some massive Disney titles leave Netflix as well as titles from the Marvel and Star Wars lineup. Older releases will likely continue coming to Netflix but are dealt with on a case by case basis. All of its characters — Diane, Mr. Devilman Crybaby eventually transforms into something completely harrowing, and unlike anything else you're likely to find on Netflix.
Available to stream on September 4. Keep an eye out for this one. This time, tension in the Incredibles household begins to rise when Elastigirl fights crime on her own—leaving Mr. Netflix at least has a guess. That's the premise of the captivating and stylish series Penny Dreadful, which combines serious period piece drama with modern fantasy world-building. At least until the show became all about Slimer and immediately started to stink.
In total, three have come to Netflix during the course of the Disney deal with those being Rogue One, Episode 8 and soon, Solo. And if this odd couple can't learn to work as a team, the whole world is in peril. Incredible back home with the kids. Michael Cera stars at the title character, a slacker musician who hits the romantic jackpot when he meets his new girlfriend Ramona Flowers—but must defeat her seven evil exes in manic, video game-inspired fashion. Give it a watch and you'll see why. Check out our favorite films and for families currently streaming on Netflix. If you're looking for something a little less action heavy, Netflix has some exciting originals coming as well.
It's the story of a young, sensitive teenager who becomes infected with a homicidal demon that uses its powers to destroy other demons. While , we can look forward to watching films like and. The bolded names signify more of our favorites to help you load up your binge queue. He leans into the fears and fascinations of 17th Century life and he leans into them hard, and that unflinching approach makes it possible for modern-day viewers to believe in the power of the devil, and the goat that might serve as his messenger. Check back here each month for new titles as Netflix adds them! The hit zombie drama The Walking Dead just keeps going, and it still finds new ways to shock its audience, long after you'd imagine they'd run out of ideas. Here's the full rundown on what's new and leaving in September 2018.
When she's not wrapped up in the misadventures of her mummified cat and roadkill raccoon, she's making astounding treats modeled after ghoulish delights, like edible femurs and eerily haunted houses. If you're interested in what's still headed your way soon, check out what's coming in. They've unfortunately left the service already, but you can get a look at what you still have time to watch below. It shows us how he came to meet Chewbacca as well as Lando too. Below is the full list of everything new coming to the streamer in the month of January, and everything going away.
Kasey launched the site in 2013 after growing frustration with finding content on Netflix. The movie will feature pretty much every iconic Disney character as Ralph gets connected to the internet and goes exploring. Check out the complete list of everything headed to Netflix--and leaving--in January. Hall plays Dexter, a serial killer who kills other killers. If you're wistful for the 1980s or, again, looking to show a young kid something horror-related that won't scare them much, The Real Ghostbusters is definitely the right choice. Rising teen star Asa Butterfield plays Otis Milburn, a high schooler with an unconventional home life, as his mom Gillian Anderson is a sex therapist who talks way more openly about the subject with her pubescent son than the average kid might be comfortable with.