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What’s New On Netflix In January 2021


It’s that time of the month where we bring you our latest picks on Netflix SA.

Its January, It’s a new year and everyone has anticipated this time with renewed hope that this year will be better than the last. What better way to start off a year than with more binge-worthy content on Netflix.

Here is what is new on Netflix South Africa in January 2021

Kids Shows

  • Gabby’s Dollhouse S1 (5th of January ):

Cute cats, quirky crafts, and colourful magic! Join Kitty enthusiast and her sidekick Pandy Paws as they team up for a series of animated adventures.

  • Mighty Little Bheem Kite Festival S1 (8th of January ):

With Winter behind them, Bheem and his townspeople usher in a sunny new season in all their favourite ways during the Makar Sankranti festival.

  • Carmen Sandiego S4 (15th of January):

A master thief who uses her skills for good, Carmen Sandiego travels the world foiling V.I.L.E.S.’s evil plans with help from her savvy sidekicks.

  • Hello Ninja S4 (19th of January):

BFF’S Wesley and Georgia and their silly cat sidekick Pretzel transform into Ninjas and enter a magic world, where they solve problems and save the day.

  • Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous S2 (22nd of January):

The teen campers still on the run from dinosaurs find hope of a rescue with a small group of eco-tourists. But things aren’t what they seem.


  • Fate The Winx Saga S1( 22nd of January):

Determined to master their enchanting powers, a group of teens navigate rivalry, romance, and supernatural studies at Alfea, a magical boarding school.


  • Headspace guide to meditation S1 (1st of January):

Headspace takes a friendly, animated look at the benefits of meditation while offering techniques and guided meditations to jump-start your practice.

  • History of swearwords S1 (5th of January ):

Nicolas Cage hosts this proudly profane, funny, and engagingly educational series about the history and impact of the most notorious English swear words.

  • Surviving Death S1 (6th of January):

What happens after we die? This docuseries explores personal stories and research on near-death experiences, reincarnation, and paranormal phenomena.

  • Inside the world’s toughest prisons S5 ( 8th of January):

Raphael Rowe, who spent years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, volunteers to go behind bars in the Philippines, Greenland, and South Africa.

  • Night Stalker: The hunt for a serial killer (13thof January):

Beneath the sunlight glamour of 1985 LA lurks a relentlessly evil serial killer. In this true-crime story, two detectives won’t rest until they catch him.

  • Disenchantment: Part 3 (15th of January):

Princess duties call, but she’d rather be drinking. Free-spirited Bean exasperates the king as she wreaks havoc with her demon and elf pals.

  • Snowpiercer S2 (26th of January):

Snowpiercer is set in 2021, seven years after the world becomes a frozen wasteland, and follows the remnants of humanity, who inhabit a perpetually moving train consisting of 1001 carriages that circles the globe 2.7 revolutions per year (133 days to complete a revolution).


  • Penguin Bloom (27th of January):

As a mom copes with the aftermath of a harrowing accident, she finds inspiration from an injured magpie taken in by her family. Based on a true story.

  • Finding Ohana (29th of January):

In O`ahu for the summer, two siblings from Brooklyn connect with their Hawaiian heritage and their family on a daring quest for long-lost treasure.


  • Pieces of a woman ( 7th of January):

A heartbreaking home birth leaves a woman grappling with the profound emotional fallout, isolated from her partner and family by a chasm of grief.

  • The DIG (29th of January):

When a wealthy widow hires an amateur archeologist to excavate burial mounds on her estate, they uncover history-changing treasure.

  • Outside The Wire (15th of January):

In the near future, a drone pilot sent into a war zone finds himself paired with a top-secret android officer on a mission to stop a nuclear attack.