9 films and series to be presented in January 2023
Season 2 of Ginny & Georgia, the highly anticipated documentary Pamela, A Love Story, and even Jennifer Lopez’s Shotgun Wedding…are coming to streaming platforms in January 2023.
Ginny and Georgian 2 seasons
What to do when you find out your mother is a murderer was the question that plagued Ginny in Season 2 of Ginny & Georgia. Ginny is distraught after learning that her stepfather Kenny died unnaturally, and she must come to terms with the idea that Georgia killed him to protect him. Georgia, for her part, would prefer the story to remain private because she has to organize her wedding! The problem with Georgia’s past is that it never gets buried for long…
Season 2 of Ginny & Georgia will premiere on Netflix on January 5
Pale Blue Eye
Pointe Ouest, 1830. On a harsh winter morning, the body of a cadet is found. This death was made even more tragic when we discovered at the morgue that the young man’s heart had been expertly removed from his rib cage. Concerned that his new military academy will be subject to such brutality, his superiors bring in local cop Augustus Landon (Christian Bale) to solve the murder. When the cadets’ code of silence hinders the investigation, Augustus Landau asks one of them, an eccentric cadet with a touch of poetry who defies military strictness and repeats the name Edgar Edgar Allan Poe (Harry Melling), to help shed light on the case. .
Light Blue Eyes is directed by Scott Cooper, based on Louis Bayard’s novel. The five-star cast does a great job supporting the cast: Gillian Anderson, Lucy Boynton and even Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Pale Blue Eyes will be available on Netflix on January 6.
In 1992, Oliver Stone (Wall Street) directed JKF, returning to Assassination of the President of the United States with Kevin Costner, Tommy Lee Jones and Laurie Metcalf. New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison questioned Commissioner Warren’s report after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. He closes the case by finding the last perfect culprit, Lee Harvey Oswald. However, the suspect denied his guilt until he was shot and killed by a sniper. For the garrison, this man could not act alone. Convinced that a conspiracy is in the works, Garrison sets out to investigate the hidden potential and soon learns that the CIA, FBI, and Pentagon play a crucial role in the case. Willing to do anything to uncover the truth, the prosecutor quickly becomes the man to kill.
JFK hits Netflix on January 15th.
That 90s show
In this reboot of the ’70s franchise, it’s 1995 and Leia Forman is bored. A teenager dreams of adventure, or at least a best friend without a father. When she arrives at Point Place to visit her grandparents, Red and Kitty, Leia finds everything she’s looking for in her neighbor, the fiery and rebellious Gwen. Surrounded by her friends: her adorable brother Nate, her super smart boyfriend Nicky, the sarcastic and smart Ozzie, and the charming Jay, Leia realizes that this place can be just as adventurous as my parents were 20 years ago. Excited to reinvent himself, he convinces them to let him spend the summer at Point Place. Kitty is more than happy to welcome a new generation of teenagers into her garage. When it comes to red, it’s always red…
The ’90s Show premieres on Netflix on January 19.
Guilty season 4
After a disastrous third season in which the series’ iconic plot took a back seat in favor of lame psychology, The Sinner returns with a decidedly successful fourth season. The series returns to square one, with brilliant detective Harry Ambrose leading a new crime investigation that seems intractable. If we recall the first season’s collaboration with Jessica Biel, who is also a regular on the production side, this season managed to keep the audience interested because the plot was so strong.
The fourth season of The Sinner will be released on Netflix on January 20.
Impeachment: American Crime Story season 3
After OJ Simpson and Gianni Versace, Ryan Murphy tackles one of America’s darkest scandals: the Monica Lewinsky affair. Brilliant and especially one of the showrunners’ favorite actresses this season, Sarah Paulson once again proved her acting talent in the role of Linda Tripp, who is accused of knowingly betraying Monica Lewinsky and the celebrity. By recording the last telephone conversations, he confirmed his relationship with US President Bill Clinton. Along with Monica Lewinsky herself, this season brings justice to everyone the world has thrown at them in the name of barely concealed misogyny.
Impeachment: American Crime Story comes to Disney+ on January 25th.
In this Kenyan comedy starring Barris, Eddie Murphy and Jonah Hill, a young couple and their respective families explore modern love and family dynamics amid culture shock, societal expectations and generational differences.
You guys are launching Netflix on January 27th.
It is a touching story with the characters of Jennifer Lopez and the bride. In Shotgun Wedding , Darcy (Singer) and Tom (Josh Duhamel) reunite their lovable but opinionated family and plan one last wedding abroad when the couple starts having second thoughts. As if the party wasn’t threatened enough, suddenly everyone’s lives are in danger when the entire party is taken hostage. In this hilarious adrenaline-fueled adventure, the phrase “till death do us part” takes on a whole new meaning as Darcy and Tom must save the ones they love—if they don’t kill each other.
Shotgun Wedding premieres January 27 on Prime Video.
Pamela, a love story
Although Pamela Anderson didn’t like the series Pam & Tommy, in which Lily James bluffed for the lead role, she decided to tell her own story in the Netflix story. An intimate and sensitive portrait of a true bombshell who achieved worldwide success, this documentary follows the icon’s personal and professional trajectory from her anonymous beginnings to her rise as an international sex symbol, actress, event organizer and mother.
Pamela, A Love Story premieres on Netflix on January 31st.