The sequels and trilogies will be successful in the new year, including “I Know What You Did Last Summer” and “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer” along with “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze ”and“ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III ”.
As for the new productions, the teen drama “Rebelde” premieres on January 5th, the TikTok reality show “Hype House” will appear on January 7th and season 3 of “Too Hot to Handle” will be available on January 19th.
“Rebelde” is a new version of the famous soap opera for young adults, which takes place at Elite Way School, now called “EWS”, the international boarding school where the legendary band RBD was born.
“Munich – The Edge of War” is a film based on the international bestseller of the same name by Robert Harris, where, in the fall of 1938, a British official and a German diplomat intersect in Munich and conspire to prevent war in Europe. Adolf Hitler is preparing to invade Czechoslovakia, and the government of Neville Chamberlain is desperately trying to find a peaceful solution. Pressure is mounting, and Hugh Legat, a British official, and Paul von Hartmann, a German diplomat, are meeting in Munich at the Emergency Conference. Once the negotiations begin, the two friends find themselves in the middle of a vicious circle of political subterfuges and real dangers.
The film is directed by Christian Schwochow, adapted by Ben Power, with George MacKay, Jannis Niewöhner, Jeremy Irons.
“Ozark: Season 4 Part 1” is a new chapter in the addictive action-packed drama of the Byrde family’s journey from ordinary Chicago suburban life to dangerous criminal activity in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri. The series explores topics such as capitalism, the dynamics of family ties, and survival, all from the perspective of (not at all) ordinary Americans.
În distribuţie: Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, Julia Garner, Sofia Hublitz, Skylar Gaertner, Charlie Tahan, Jessica Frances Dukes, Lisa Emery, Felix Solis, Damian Young, Alfonso Herrera, Adam Rothenberg, John Bedford Lloyd, Joseph Sikora, Bruno Bichir, CC Castillo, Katrina Lenk, Bruce Davison, Ali Stroker, Veronica Falcón.
New Season of The Hook Up Plan on January 1 – Elsa, Charlotte and Milou see their friendship shaken by a secret love and each face daunting challenges and important life decisions.
“The Club: Part 2” January 5 – Matilda’s source of guilt comes to light when a character from her past returns. Raşel and İsmet come to a standstill. Violence is smoldering in Istanbul.
“Undercover: Season 3” January 10 – Hoping to change his life, Bob accepts a dangerous undercover mission to find a police caster, but will reunite with Ferry Bouman.
“The Journalist” January 13 – In this blockbuster series of the same name, a journalist known for nonconformism in the news world follows the truth at all costs.
“After Life: Season 3 of January 14 – Although Tony no longer has the same aggressive and grumpy attitude toward life, he is still struggling to fill the void left by the loss of his wife.
January 14 – Archive 81 – An archivist hired to restore a collection of tapes reconstructs the work of a filmmaker and her investigation into a dangerous cult.
“The House” January 14 – This eccentric black comedy anthology is directed by top talent in independent stop-frame animation.
“El Magistral” from January 19 – The action series returns with a fourth season.
“Too Hot to Handle” January 19 – On a paradise coast, young people meet. The problem is, they have to refrain from sex if they want to win the $ 100,000 prize.
“Snowpiercer” January 25, Weekly Episodes – Six months later, Layton continues his search in hopes of finding a place to live, and Wilford, fueled by rage and revenge, is on his trail.
“Chosen” January 27 – A teenage girl’s world is turned upside down when she discovers what her quiet little town in Denmark is really hiding.
“Framed” A Sicilian Murder Mystery “January 27 – Two unlucky TV technicians wake up at a crime scene. Every step I take to avoid becoming suspicious brings them even bigger problems.
“Holiday: The Darkest Light” January 28 – In the mid-1990s in Andalusia, two sisters search for the truth when their missing parents are accused of killing 23 people in an occult ritual.
“Getting Curious With Jonathan Van Ness” January 28 – A new series from Jonathan Van Ness, inspired by his hit podcast and stand-up tour.
“From the Cold” January 28 – A woman has to choose between endangering her family and resuming her past as a Russian spy with special bioengineering skills.
“The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window” January 28 – The life of a broken-hearted artist is turned upside down when she witnesses a crime.
“Four to Dinner” January 5 – This romantic comedy challenges the idea of soul mates following in parallel stories four single friends who form couples in different combinations.
January 6, The Wasteland – The peaceful life of a family isolated from society is turned upside down by a frightening creature.
“Mother / Android” January 7 – In a post-apocalyptic world shaken by a violent android revolt, a pregnant young woman and her boyfriend are desperately looking for a safe place.
“Dear Mother,” January 11 – When Jean-Louis’s heart stops beating, he must face Oedipus’s problems and ask his mother an impossible question or die within three days.
January 14th – This is not a comedy – At a crossroads in his life, a comedian receives a bizarre offer from his best friend.
“The Royal Treatment” January 20 – Izzy, a hairdresser from New York, has the chance to work on the wedding of a Handsome Boy.
“My Father Violin” January 21 – After a devastating loss, a young woman tries to get close to a distant uncle, who shares his passion for music.
January 28 Home Team – Suspended from the NFL, Coach Sean Payton finds redemption by coaching his son’s football team in a small town in Texas. Based on a true story.
“The Puppet Master: Hunting the Ultimate Conman” January 18 – In this documentary series, a ruthless crook pretends to be a British spy who manipulates and steals victims and their families.
“Heavenly Bites: Mexico” January 19 – A visual poem about Mexican culinary ingenuity and the bizarre and delicious aromas that make your stomach worthwhile.
“Midnight Asia: Eat. Dance. Dream ”January 20 – An evening walk through six iconic Asian cities and the gastronomy, art, clubs and subcults that set them apart.
“Neymar: The Perfect Chaos” January 25 – Loved by the whole world and criticized by many, Neymar talks about the ups and downs of his personal life and his fabulous football career.
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“Action Pack” January 4 – The brave children of the Academy of Little Heroes work together with soul, intelligence and superpowers to confront the villains and bring out their good side.
January 14th – Riverdance: The Animated Adventure – After a great loss, Keegan and his girlfriend, Moya, learn to face danger and despair in dance steps with a herd of fantastic deer.
“Ada Twist, Scientist: Season 2” January 25 – This season, Ada and her science-savvy friends are looking for answers all over the world, from stars to Earth!
“Dota: Dragon’s Blood: Book 2” January 18 – The riots are chained, order is shattered, and all heroes must respond to the call to battle against the forces that want to throw the world into the darkest darkness.
Licensed titles: From January 1: “After Earth”, “Masha and the Bear: Season 1”, “Mission: Impossible – Fallout”, “Pup it, me! 2: The Crazy Bride ”,“ Taxi Driver ”,“ The Covenant ”,“ The Ninth Gate ”,“ War of the Worlds ”.
From January 28: “Charlie’s Angels”
From January 31: “Poppy Field”, “Star Trek Beyond”.
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