What’s New on Netflix Canada This Week: January 17th, 2020

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A Fall from Grace is now available to stream on Netflix Canada

You’ll have 35 brand new titles to be binged on this week with plenty of new Originals to be enjoyed. Here’s what’s new on Netflix Canada this week for January 17th, 2020.

First of all, here are the past week’s top highlights:

A Fall From Grace (2020) N

In his first Netflix Original to date, Tyler Perry has directed, produced, written and starred in A Fall From Grace. Instead of adding to the growing number of comedies, instead, A Fall From Grace is a thriller.

Grace Waters, a longtime pillar of her Virginia community, stays composed when her ex weds his mistress and her son moves away. With convincing from her best friend Sarah (Phylicia Rashad), she tries putting herself first, and a handsome stranger becomes her surprise, second love. Yet any woman can snap, and Grace’s new husband soon ravages her life, her work and many say her sanity. Shuttered in a cell awaiting trial for his murder, Grace’s only hope for vindication lies with Jasmine Bryant, a public defender who has never tried a case.

The Healing Powers of Dude: Season 1 N

One for all the family, The Healing Powers of Dude touches upon the issues of social anxiety, and how an emotional support dog helps a young school boy manage his disorder.

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts: Season 1 N

Dreamworks and Netflix come hand in hand, and over the years some truly excellent titles have been enjoyed by millions of subscribers around the world. Based on the popular webcomic series by Radford Sechrist, Dreamworks has adapted the titles into a series for our enjoyment. We suspect this one will be a smash hit with the kids.

Thirteen-year-old girl Kipo is searching for her father after being forced out of the safety of her underground city. Together with her friends Wolf, Mandu, Benson and Dave the group traverse the sprawling apocalyptic wasteland fighting grizzly sentient mutant animals as they search for Kipo’s father.

Here Are All the Latest Additions to Netflix Canada This Week

18 New Movies Added to Netflix Canada This Week:

  • A Fall From Grace (2020) N
  • Bulbul Can Sing (2018)
  • Deadcon (2019)
  • Deep Blue Sea 2 (2018)
  • Hyena Road (2015)
  • Jezebel (2019)
  • Made in China (2019)
  • Marshall (2017)
  • NiNoKuni (2019) N
  • Peter Rabbit (2018)
  • Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017)
  • Saving Zoe (2019)
  • Serena (2014)
  • Stuck in Love (2012)
  • Sword of Tust (2019)
  • The Brave (2019)
  • The Captive (2014)
  • Women of Mafia 2 (2019

13 New TV Shows Added to Netflix Canada This Week:

  • Ares: Season 1 N
  • Booba: 3 Seasons
  • Eye for an Eye (2019) N
  • Grace and Frankie: Season 6 N
  • Handsome Siblings: Season 1 N
  • Hip-Hop Evolution: Season 4 N
  • Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts: Season 1 N
  • Line of Duty: Season 5
  • Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Season 1
  • Sex Education: Season 2 N
  • The Healing Powers of Dude: Season 1 N
  • The Ollie & Moon Show: Season 1
  • Tiny House Nation: Volume 2 N

2 New Docuseries and Documentaries Added to Netflix Canada This Week:

  • Betty White: First Lady of Television (2018)
  • The Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez: Limited Series N

1 New Reality Series Added to Netflix Canada This Week:

  • Nailed It! Germany: Season 1 N

1 New Stand Up Special Added to Netflix Canada This Week:

  • Leslie Jones: Time Machine (2020) N

What are you planning to watch on Netflix Canada this week? Let us know in the comments below!

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Screen Actors Guild Awards 2020: guide

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The 56th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will screen Live on Arena on Monday.

There is no host this year.

Robert De Niro will receive the SAG Life Achievement.

Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.

Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown, Taika Waititi, Lupita Nyong’o, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Leonardo DiCaprio.

Monday January 20
12pm Arena 56th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Live
7:30pm Arena 56th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards rpt

TV nominees:

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries:
Mahershala Ali (True Detective)
Russell Crowe (The Loudest Voice)
Jared Harris (Chernobyl)
Jharrel Jerome (When They See Us)
Sam Rockwell (Fosse/Verdon)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries:
Patricia Arquette (The Act)
Toni Collette (Unbelievable)
Joey King (The Act)
Emily Watson (Chernobyl)
Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series:
Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us)
Steve Carell (The Morning Show)
Billy Crudup (The Morning Show)
Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones)
David Harbour (Stranger Things)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series:
Jennifer Aniston (The Morning Show)
Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown)
Olivia Colman (The Crown)
Jodie Comer (Killing Eve)
Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Alan Arkin (The Kominsky Method)
Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method)
Bill Hader (Barry)
Andrew Scott (Fleabag)
Tony Shalhoub (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series:
Cristina Applegate (Dead to Me)
Alex Borstein (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel)
Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel)
Catherine O’Hara (Schitt’s Creek)
Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag)

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series:
Big Little Lies (HBO)
The Crown (Netflix)
Game of Thrones (HBO)
The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)
Stranger Things (Netflix)

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series:
Barry (HBO)
Fleabag (Amazon)
The Kominsky Method (Netflix)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon)
Schitt’s Creek (CBC Television)

Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series:
Game of Thrones
Stranger Things
The Walking Dead

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‘Money Heist’ Season 4: Netflix April 2020 Release Date & What We Know So Far

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Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) – Picture: Netflix

Money Heist is returning to Netflix for part 4 (or sometimes referred to as season 4) now confirmed for release globally on April 3rd, 2020. The explosive Spanish series is among the most popular titles on Netflix so here’s what we know about Money Heist season 4 including what to expect from the next chapter, who’s returning and more. 

The renewal comes long before part 3 has even aired and comes at a bit of a surprise given that Alex Pina is working on another Netflix Original series due out in 2020. Álex Pina is a name you’ll be seeing on Netflix for many years to come given he signed an exclusive deal with Netflix last year.

One quick note is that Netflix technically classes each season as a part. For the purpose of this article, we’ll refer to part 4 as season 4.

Money Heist became an instant success after Netflix picked it up to air internationally. The first two seasons had aired on Antenna 3 in Spain before becoming a full Netflix Original for season 3. Season 3 of Money Heist is due out on Netflix on July 19th, 2019.

Over 34 million have tuned in to watch the show across the world. The show was also frequently mentioned in Netflix’s recent investor relations video in saying it was a key driver in international growth.

Since part 3 of Money Heist released, they’ve actually added more runtime to one of the episodes. That’s because, on the first edit, the team behind the show removed a segment featuring footballing legend Neymar. That’s since been re-added meaning it’s time to dive in for a rewatch.

To demonstrate the reach of the show, the famous writer Stephen King (who has a great selection of Netflix picks, by the way) requested a fourth season with the official Twitter account responding as follows.

Speaking recently as to whether the show was going to come back for a subsequent further two seasons Alex Pina said the following (translated):

“It was a complicated decision, there were many reasons not to return. On the one hand, it was a short and concluded series about a robbery. On the other hand, the protagonists end up being millionaires and putting them together for another robbery seemed something remotely impossible, but we realized that this was a band with different characteristics than we see in the stories of perfect robberies,”

What to expect from Money Heist season 4

Warning: spoilers for season 3 follow so if you haven’t caught up, this is your last warning. 

Let’s quickly run through the events of Money Heist Part 3.

The band is back together again to perform an even bigger heist than the first one. All of it, however, is a ruse to try and rescue one of their members (Rio) who has been captured by the authorities.

Fast forward to episode 8 and we get a glimpse that the stakes have been upped dramatically. It’s an all-out war between the authorities and our gang with a new pregnant woman at the helm trying to bring them all in.

The Professor believes Raquel to be dead and calls for DEFCON 2 which results in the use of RPG’s against a tank rolling into storm the Bank of Spain where the gang is held up.

Nairobi’s fate looks bleak given her bullet wound and the Professor’s plan is seemingly up in the air with the new police negotiator firmly in control. Some fans have speculated the fact that Nairobi failed to appear in a recent recap could mean she’s now done for. However, in the official date reveal (see below) she has been confirmed to be back although likely wounded.

We’re expecting to hopefully see the inevitable escape or, as it’s looking like at this point, the demise of the crew.

When will season 4 of Money Heist release on Netflix?

The good news here is that Alex Pina confirmed that filming and production directly followed part 3 which wrapped up earlier in 2018. Filming for part 4 was confirmed by Alva Morte, who plays The Professor, to have wrapped up in August 2019.

With an interview with Cadena 3 we were led to believe that part 4 of Money Heist would be on Netflix in January 2020.

However, we now know that part 4 of Money Heist is coming to Netflix globally on April 3rd, 2020.



Will part 4 of Money Heist be the final season?

As for whether season 4 of Money Heist is going to be the final season has yet to be confirmed. We’ve heard rumors that work is already ongoing on a fifth part but nothing has yet to be confirmed.

There is, however, good news for Netflix members looking for more series from the creator of Money Heist. As we mentioned above, Álex Pina is working on two upcoming series as part of his output deal with Netflix.

White Lines is a new series is a new mystery crime series where a woman looks to solve the mysterious death of her brother in Ibiza. The other upcoming series, Sky Rojo, is in early development.

Are you looking forward to season 4 of Money Heist? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Where to Watch Killing Eve Season 2

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Killing Eve Season 2

It’s been a long wait for those of us who were eagerly awaiting Season 2 of Killing Eve, but the new series has finally premiered. If you’re a modern TV fan, though, you probably cut the cord ages ago and you’re wondering where to watch the new season. 

Where to Watch Killing Eve Season 2

UPDATE: For those who’ve been waiting on a streaming service, Hulu is now offering Season 2 of Killing Eve. They’ve had the first season for a while now, so we assumed it would end up here eventually. 

We’ll start with the obvious. If you have a normal cable package, you can watch the new season of Killing Eve on either AMC or BBC America. The first episode aired on Sunday, April 7th, and it will continue to air on Sunday evenings.

For those who are streaming, the first episode is now available for purchase HERE. You can also get a season pass, and they’ll email you each time a new one becomes available.  If you want to check out the first episode first, you can also watch through the websites for AMC or BBC America. Both sites are offering the first one for free.

Is Killing Eve on Netflix?

No. We’re not aware of any plans to offer it there, but we’ll certainly update this if that changes.

What’s Happening in Killing Eve Season 2?

Sandra Oh returns in Killing Eve Season 2

In Season 2 of Killing Eve, both Jodie Comer (Villanelle) and Sandra Oh (Eve Polastri) return. We’ll also see the strangely suspicious operative Carolyn returning (Fiona Shaw). 

In terms of plot, little to nothing has been released outside of the actual first episode – and we don’t want to spoil that for anyone. You may want to stop reading here if you haven’t seen Season 1, though.

With any luck, Season 2 of Killing Eve will deliver some answers about the big questions:

  • How in the world did Villanelle survive the Season 1 cliffhanger?
  • Will Villanelle and Eve reunite? All I can say is that they’d better, because it’s kind of the whole point.
  • What’s the deal with Carolyn? Is it possible to be so deeply embedded in those circles and not be completely awful?
  • Will Villanelle return to contract killing? And who are the people who were hiring her?
  • Will Eve save her marriage? Will she even want to? 
  • Are Eve and Villanelle in love?

Watch the Season 2 Killing Eve Trailer

Whether you’re ready to buy the season just to get your hands on it early, or you prefer to wait until it’s covered by one of your streaming subscriptions, you’ll probably want to give the trailer a watch. 




What About Season 3 of Killing Eve?

We’re in luck. AMC Networks has already renewed Killing Eve for Season 3, with a new lead writer at the helm. Suzanne Heathcote takes over for Emerald Fennell (aka Nurse Patsy Mount on Call the Midwife), who took over for Phoebe Waller-Bridge after Season 1. Waller-Bridge has been quite busy with a number of projects, including Fleabag Season 2, so it seems likely that’s why she stepped back from the writing role for Season 2. We haven’t the slightest idea why Fennell is being replaced, though.

The only bad news is that we’ll probably be waiting a while for that third season. With the first two seasons premiering in April, there’s nothing to suggest Season 3 will come any faster.

UPDATE: It’s been confirmed that Season 3 *will* premiere in April, though an exact date isn’t yet available. Stay tuned!

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‘Team Kaylie’ Part 3 Coming to Netflix in February 2020

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Team Kaylie – Picture: Netflix

Team Kaylie is returning to Netflix just a couple of months after part 2 landed on the service. Part 3 of Team Kaylie is scheduled to hit Netflix globally on February 3rd, 2020. 

For those unaware, the series is about teenage celebrity billionaire Kaylie Konrad who is is court-ordered to lead an inner-city wilderness club.

As we stated above, new episodes are dropping on February 3rd and it’s expected it’ll once again consist of 5 new episodes.

Here’s how Team Kaylie has dropped on Netflix so far:

  • Part 1 of the show, consisting of 5 episodes arrived on September 23rd, 2019.
  • Part 2 of the show, consisting of 5 episodes and a Christmas special arrived on December 2nd, 2019.

What can we expect from part 3 of Team Kaylie? Kaylie is clearly starting to adapt to her new life has just spent Christmas with a friend and learning how to have a more traditional holiday. We also saw Kaylie get her first job in part 2 which hopefully we’ll see more of in part 3 too.

When will Part 4 of Team Kaylie be on Netflix?

First of all, part 4 of Team Kaylie is a certainty. The reason for this is that it’ll conclude the full first season. When the show was first ordered, it was ordered with 20 episodes. As we now know, new parts have dropped in quick succession.

Based on the previous release schedules we could see part 4 of Team Kaylie on Netflix as early as April 2020 but also could release up to a few months after April too. We’ll have more news on that as we get it.

You can find a full list of all the new Netflix Originals scheduled for release throughout February 2020 here.

Let us know in the comments down below if you’re looking forward to part 3 of Team Kaylie hitting Netflix.

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Netflix Original Anime ‘Cagaster of an Insect Cage’ Arrives February 2020

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Cagaster of an Insect Cage – Copyright. GONZO

After months and months of waiting, we finally have confirmation that Netflix will be releasing Cagaster of an Insect Cage this coming February! Below we have all the information you’ll need to know before you stream Cagaster of an Insect Cage!

Cagaster of an Insect Cage is an upcoming Netflix Original anime series based upon the manga series Mushikago no Cagaster by author Kachou Hashimoto. The manga series has a total of 32 chapters, and it ran from September 2005 to May 2016.

When is the Netflix release date for Cagaster of an Insect Cage?

We finally have confirmation that Cagaster of an Insect Cage will be coming to Netflix on February 6th, 2020.

The release date comes somewhat of a surprise after very little information regarding the series has been revealed.

What is the plot of Cagaster of an Insect Cage?

Set in the near future, a mysterious plague known as ‘Cagaster’ has ravished the population of Earth, turning its inhabitants into monstrous insects. With very little of humanity remaining, survival is tough and every day is even harder than the one before. 30 years after the start of ‘Cagaster’ in 2125, we follow Kidou, a young adventurer that fights the insects for a living. On an extermination mission, Kidou finds a dying man who entrusts him with looking after his daughter, to help find her mother.

Mushikago no Cagaster – Copyright. Kachou Hashimoto

Which studio produced Cagaster of an Insect Cage?

The production studio behind Cagaster of an Insect Cage is Gonzo. Over the years the studio has produced plenty of popular anime titles such as Hellsing, Rosario + Vampire and Afro Samurai.

Gonzo also produced the Netflix Original anime series 7Seeds.

How many episodes will the first season air?

Annoyingly, the number of episodes hasn’t been revealed yet.

We’d expect to see around 10 to 13 episodes which is the typical number of episodes for an anime season.

Will a second season happen?

With 32 chapters in total of the manga, it’s hard to say if the first season won’t just cover all of the source material. That being said if the anime has any filler, they could drag out the main story for a second season. There’s no word yet but if Cagaster of an Insect Cage turns out to be popular, we could expect to see a second season in the future.

Are you excited for the release of Cagaster of an Insect Cage? Let us know in the comments below!

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Apple Releasing ‘The Banker’ to Theaters March 6 – Apple TV+ Premiere to Be March 20

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Apple will release the original Apple TV+ film “The Banker” in theaters in early March. The movie stars Samuel L. Jackson, Anthony Mackie, Nicholas Hoult, and Nia Long.

Inspired by true events, “The Banker” centers on revolutionary businessmen Bernard Garrett (Anthony Mackie) and Joe Morris (Samuel L. Jackson), who devise an audacious and risky plan to take on the racist establishment of the 1960s by helping other African Americans pursue the American dream.

Variety reminds us that the movie was originally expected to debut at the AFI Fest ahead of a December theatrical release. However, Apple delayed the release following concerns surrounding the film being brought to the Cupertino firm’s attention.

The delay came following reports that a family member of one of the men represented in the film accused another family member (and one of the film’s executive producers) of abuse. Following an internal investigation, Apple decided to release the movie. Apple made the following statement to Variety:

We created Apple TV Plus as a home for stories that matter and believe ‘The Banker,’ inspired by the brave actions of Bernard Garrett Sr. and Joe Morris, two African American businessmen who brought about positive social change, is one of those stories.

We wanted to take the time to understand the situation at hand — and after reviewing the information available to us, including documentation of the filmmakers’ research, we’ve decided to make this important and enlightening film available to viewers.

Following the film’s theatrical debut on March 6, it will be released on ‌Apple TV‌+ on March 20.

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Friday Questions

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Friday Questions are just a scroll-down away.

I’m honored that radio legend,Tom Leykis has the first one.

I have a question for discussion and I think there’s no one better to ask.

Just as you enjoyed Parasite, I have recently seen some amazing TV comedies that all have one thing in common with Parasite: none of them were made in the United States.

Through the magic of streaming, I have been delighted at the quality of shows like Fleabag, Catastrophe, Motherland, Episodes (England) and Kim’s Convenience (Canada). There are so many of them that I can’t remember them all!

Do you enjoy any of these shows? Why can other countries make shows like this, but US studios apparently can’t (or won’t) anymore?

I’ll hang up and listen.

I like most British comedies. FLEABAG and EPISODES are way better than the current U.S. fare (it pains me to say). And among my all-time favorite sitcoms are three from the U.K. – COUPLING, FAWLTY TOWERS, and BLACK ADDER.

So why are international comedies better than ours? The short answer is that foreign showrunners aren’t subjected to the insane level of network and studio interference. And testing.

And unlike here, where networks are just chasing Millennial writers hoping to get a Millennial audience (that has already abandoned them and is never coming back) foreign TV networks and platforms welcome age and experience. Who knew that writers over 40 were still funny and knew their craft?

My sense is international broadcasters are open to trying new things. American broadcasters operate solely out of fear.

Cedricstudio is up next.

Tonight I watched ‘Arthur’ (the 1981 original starring Dudley Moore). Writer Steve Gordon was nominated for an Oscar and deservedly so. However, the writing strikes me as a bit *too* perfect, at least by modern standards. What I mean is, characters constantly toss off sparkling banter that I find way too sharp and clever to be believable. Hobson the butler is especially witty, almost supernaturally so. Every time he opens his mouth out comes the perfect stinging quip (John Gielgud won an Oscar for the performance). Yes it makes me chuckle but it also takes me out of the movie. Nobody speaks like that in the real world and it strikes me as artificial. Do you think that’s a fair criticism, or am I putting too much value on “authenticity”?

I think you are. The dialogue is stylized but so is Edward Albee’s, and Aaron Sorkin’s, and Neil Simon’s, and Paddy Chayefsky’s, Larry Gelbart’s, Quentin Tarantino’s, Woody Allen’s, and on and on.

It’s a creative license to elevate the experience.  

The trouble comes when the writing is bad. Then the fact that it’s stylized exacerbates the badness.

Personally, I love ARTHUR and love that the dialogue crackles. And that seems to be a lost art in today’s romcoms. Studios are more concerned with mounting a movie that can score overseas and clever dialogue doesn’t always translate globally.

It’s another reason why I now write for the theatre and not the silver screen.

Cowboy Surfer asks:

Ken – I’m wrapping up my CHEERS binge on Netflix. I noticed former KLOS disc jockeys Mark & Brian sitting down the bar from Norm in S9 – E10 Veggie Boyd.

Any other stories of famous people as bar extras?

Well, the most famous of all was my father, Cliff, who appeared in a number of episodes.

We tried not to have any celebrities who would be recognizable so they wouldn’t distract from the story.

But some notables included a Hall-of-Fame sportswriter named Allan Mallamud. He joined the barflies several times. The man who hired me for my very first radio job as a sports intern at KMPC, Steve Bailey, bent elbows with the gang.

Warren Littlefield, then-NBC president appears once, and the final season all of the writers show up one time or another. I’m in the final Bar Wars episode.

And finally, from Chris Gumprich

Are there any actors who, if they came to you with a new project, you would agree to sight-unseen, just because you trust the actor implicitly? Conversely, are there any that you would turn down flat, even if you enjoy working with them as an actor?

Obviously I don’t expect examples, and I don’t mean someone like Roseanne who isn’t likely to approach you with a new project, but someone like an actor from Cheers who asks you to work on the remake of The Tortellis.

There are actors I would consider doing a project with, but I’d have to be on board as to what that project is. Especially if I’m the one in the writing room until 2 AM fixing the scripts.

And yes, there are actors I would have nothing to do with regardless of their talent, star power, influence, popularity, etc. I won’t name names but you know who you are, Rosanne & Bret Butler & Cybil Shepherd & Teri Hatcher (among others).  

Come join me in San Pedro tomorrow night at the Little Fish Theatre for the Pick of the Vine Festival and Sunday night in Santa Monica at the Ruskin Theatre for their one-day play festival.  And if you’re in San Juan Capistrano this weekend, I have a play in the Camino Real Show Off Festival.  Come see it and enjoy one of the prettiest towns in America.
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New Releases on Netflix: January 17th, 2020

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Ares – Picture: Netflix

Welcome to your Friday roundup of what’s new on Netflix for January 17th and today, it’s dominated by new Netflix Originals headlined by the second season of the British comedy, Sex Education. Here’s a full rundown of what’s new on Netflix for January 17th. 

This week has seen such a great week of new releases including nine new releases yesterday including new movies such as Legend and Hop. On Wednesday we saw Grace & Frankie return for their sixth season and a bunch of other new releases.

Sex Education (Season 2)

Genre: Comedy, Drama
Cast: Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey

One of Netflix’s biggest comedies is back for a second season. The big ensemble cast returns for another outing with Otis finally loosening up. This season sees chlamydia hit the school and mates struggle with new issues.

Want to have a quick read up on the new season before diving in? Take a look at our season 2 preview.

Ares (Season 1)

Genre: Horror
Cast: Robin Boissevain, Tobias Kersloot, Jade Olieberg, Lisa Smit
Language: Dutch

Eight episodes of one of the biggest Dutch productions for Netflix to date just dropped on Netflix. If you loved The Order on Netflix then this should absolutely be on your list.

The series is about a psychological horror series about a student who enters a secret society in college and it then takes a dark turn.

As per most Netflix Original foreign productions, you can watch in either English dub or English subtitles. Our preference is with English subtitles but you be you.

Tiny House Nation

Genre: Reality-TV
Cast: John Weisbarth, Zack Giffin

Tiny House Nation is a fabulous reality series on Netflix that takes you around the United States on the search for the quaintest homes. It’s insightful and makes for a really easy binge on a Sunday afternoon.

John Weisbarth and Zack Griffin return to present.

A Fall from Grace

Genre: Thriller
Director: Tyler Perry
Cast: Tyler Perry, Adrian Pasdar, Cicely Tyson, Mehcad Brooks
Runtime: 120 min

Tyler Perry writes, directs and stars in this brand new thriller movie. Tyler Perry really needs no introduction given his past credits including the likes of Gone Girl, Madea’s Family Runion and Dairy of a Mad Black Woman.

This movie is about a woman called Grace (played by Crystal Fox) who finds a new relationship but is once again facing down the prospect of lies and heartbreak.

Full List of New Releases on Netflix for January 17th

1 New Movies Added Today

  • A Fall from Grace (2020) Netflix Original

5 New TV Series Added Today

  • Ares (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • Hip-Hop Evolution (Season 4) Netflix Original
  • Nailed It! Germany (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • Sex Education (Season 2) Netflix Original
  • Tiny House Nation (Volume 2)

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Apple Reminding Customers to Redeem Their Free Year of Apple TV+

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Apple is sending out push notification reminders that read: “Expiring Soon: Your Free of Apple TV+” to users who are eligible for a free year of the Apple TV+ streaming service but have not yet done so. The company is also sending out email alerts.

Buyers of any iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch or Mac purchased after September 10 are eligible for a free one-year trial of Apple’s new streaming service. However, they must activate the free trial within 3 months of activating their device.

Millions of folks bought iPhones between November 10th and November 1st, so there are plenty of folks likely getting the reminder. Their Apple TV+ offer would expire on January 31st.

Just FYI, if you haven’t activated your free trial of Apple TV+, you can quickly do so on your iPhone or iPad by going to “Settings” -> “[Your Name]” -> “Subscriptions.” When you activate the free year offer, you are signing up for an autorenewing $4.99 per month subscription when the free trial comes to an end. Unfortunately, canceling the subscription also cancel your free trial, so be sure to set a reminder to let you know when your subscription is close to expiring.

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