A new year is coming and as its usual practice, Netflix has announced the movies that it will show and the ones it will cancel for January 2017. The network is ringing in the New Year with a healthy dish of original movies, TV shows and comedy specials. It will also feature some of the best film classics that graced the entertainment scene in recent years.
Netflix's New Shows In 2017
The movies that Netflix will show at the start of next month include "Braveheart," "Superman" 1 to 4, "Dreamcatcher" and "Collateral Damage." On January 3, the network will show season 11 of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." There will be four Netflix originals that will be shown on January 6. They include "Tarzan and Jane" season 1, "Coin Heist," "Next Class" season 3, "Degrassi," and "One Day at a Time" season 1.
On Jan. 7, Netflix has scheduled the showing of "Miss Sharon Jones," "Under the Shadow," and "Alpha and Omega 7." And then on Jan. 9, the network will show "Rachel and Clark" and "Best and Most Beautiful Things." The hit TV series "Stranger Things" season 2 is also scheduled next month, so is with "A Series of Unfortunate Events" season 1 and "Master of None" season 2.
List Of Series That Will Be Canceled
Some of the films that will not be seen in Netflix anymore this coming year include "Bewitched," "Amityville Horror" and "Alvin and the Chipmunks." Starting Jan. 6, the network will no longer run the following shows: "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest" and "The Girl Who Played with Fire." Other shows that are headed to the dustbin include "Saving Private Ryan," "Dazed and Confused" and "The Italian Job."
For a more complete list of what are coming in and what are going out, Netflix subscribers and those who might want to sign up should visit the official website of the network. The official list will show all the films, TV shows, documentaries and non-scripted shows that will be shown. More importantly for those who might have missed the chance to watch their favorite film, this might be their last chance to see them.