It’s time for another monthly look at new Netflix originals, and now it’s 2022 – can you believe it? Here’s an updated look at Netflix Originals, whether a new series or movies, coming in January 2022.
The new year has started, and we are sure you are excited about what it will bring. We’ve got previews of upcoming movies and returning series, and we’ve got more to come.
Munich – On the Verge of War (2022).
One of Netflix’s first big original movies of the year will be Munich, a British drama based on the book by Robert Harris.
The film is about a British diplomat who travels to Munich in the run-up to World War II.
Among the actors in the film is Jeremy Irons, who plays Neville Chamberlain. He stars alongside George MacKay, Jannis Niewöhner, and Sandra Hüller.
Netflix’s British originals are coming in January 2022
Ozark (season 4 – part 1).
The Byrdes’ journey concludes in 2022, with the first half of the two-part final season airing in late January 2022.
We follow the family, getting deeper and deeper into the cartel they are laundering money for each season.
An animated series from the same studio as Muppet Babies, Phineas, and Ferb and Disney Jr’s Nursery Rhymes.
The series follows Treena, Watts, Wren, and Clay as they use their superpowers to take on Hope Springs’ biggest threats and put Mr. Ernesto’s lessons at the Action Academy into practice.
Netflix non-English originals coming in January 2022
Netflix is rebooting the Spanish-language series Rebel, a teen comedy that aired between 2004 and 2006.
Some of the original actors are expected to return to the series. Still, overall this is a brand new series that seems to focus heavily on music, as the show released a music video in late October.
The Wasteland / El páramo (2022).
This new Spanish horror film premiered at the Sitges Film Festival in October 2021 and is directed by David Casademunt.
You can wait:
“The quiet life of a family isolated from the rest of society is disrupted by a terrifying creature that tests the bonds that unite them.”
The movie is also called The Beast, but since there’s already a movie by that name on Netflix, it’s currently called The Wasteland.
All of Us Are Dead (Season 1)
Train to Busan was one of the most influential zombie movies in recent years. The country has captured the genre perfectly so far, and South Korea hopes to continue that trend with All of Us Are Dead.
The series is set in a school where a zombie outbreak occurs, and we follow a series of students as they struggle to survive.
This new Korean zombie series stars Yi-Hyun Cho, Ji-hu Park, and Park Solomon, among others.