Netflix's Grace & Frankie is back on January 19. (Photo via Netflix)

Now that you’ve made it to 2018 and the leftover asado in your fridge is already putting your New Year’s weight loss resolutions at risk, you’re just on time to catch up with all the TV shows and movies that will pop up on Netflix in January. 

By the way, the  fourth season of Black Mirror is being released today but it will surely be one of the most popular shows of 2018’s first month. The convoluted science fiction anthology series is presenting new scenarios so enigmatic, that after seeing the first two episodes you’ll be thinking of moving to the middle of a Patagonian forest and hanging with the local fauna forever just to escape the technological singularity.

Here’s the complete list of series, movies and documentaries coming to Netflix Latin America in January 2018:


Lovesick Netflix
The critically acclaimed British sitcom “Lovesick” is coming back for a third season. (Image credit: Netflix/Alan Peebles.)

January. 1

-Lovesick (Season 3).

-Weeds (Seasons 1-8).

January. 5

-Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Collections.

-Devilman Crybaby (Season 1).

January. 10

-Sin Senos sí Hay Paraiso (Season 2).

January. 12

-Disjointed (Part 2).

January. 18

-Tiempos de Guerra (Season 1).

January. 19

-Grace and Frankie (Season 4).

-Van Helsing (Season 2).

January. 23

-Black Lightning  (Season 1).

January. 28

-El Ministerio del Tiempo (Season 3).

January. 30

-Black Sails (Season 4).

Here, if you cannot wait to see Jefferson Pierce fighting the deadly local gang The One Hundred, here’s Black Lightning official trailer.


The three-times Oscar winner Whiplash is finally coming to Netflix on January 15 after a four-year wait. (Image credit: Netflix.)

January. 1


-The Stanford Prison Experiment.

-Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa .5.


January. 2

-Mustang Island.

January. 12

-The Polka King.

January. 15



January. 19

-The Open House.

January. 26

-A Futile And Stupid Gesture.

If dark and twisted sounds like music to your ears, The Stanford Prison Experiment is a tortuous film that explores how far can humans go – specially unemployed students – when they are given freedom without rules.


Rotten Documentary Netflix
If having a summer body is one of your New Year’s resolutions, Netflix’s new documentary Rotten might help you stick to your plan as it exposes the dark side of the food industry. (Image credit: Netflix.)

January. 1

-He Named Me Malala.

January. 5


January. 10

-Alejandro Riaño: Especial de stand up.

January. 17

-Arango y Sanint: Ríase El Show.

January. 24

-Ricardo Quevedo: Hay gente así.

January. 26

-Sebastián Marcelo Wainraich.

After what was an eventful (to say the least) 2017, what better way to regain your faith in humanity than by seeing Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai fighting for the right to education of every girl around the globe?

Kid Shows

Puss in Boots Netflix
Remember those times when the best part of January 1st was watching cartoons all day long? Some things never change. (Image credit: Netflix.)

January. 1

-Young Justice (Seasons 1 and 2).

-Power Rangers Ninja Steel.

January. 15


January. 19

-Trolls: The Beat Goes On.

January. 26

-Llama Llama.

-The Adventures of Puss in Boots (Season 6).

We’ll be back in a month with more info about what’s coming to Netflix LatAm, so don’t worry about having to go out and (God forbid) socialize: we have your back.