New Arrivals on Netflix

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Netflix has new shows and movies coming out on their platform in 2021.

Abigail Tice, Editor

For Netflix, when the new year begins, they remove shows off of their platform for a variety of different reasons. Although this might upset people whose favorite shows were removed, there are plenty of new shows and movies that will be added in 2021.

Here is a list of just some of the new additions to Netflix coming this month. Each thing on this list either already came out on Netflix or will be released later this month:

“Bonnie and Clyde” (1967) – A late 60s movie with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway (January 1st)
“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” (2009) – An animated movie with characters voiced by Bill Hader and Anna Faris (January 1st)
“Tony Parker: The Final Shot” (2021) – An NBA documentary (January 6th)
“Charming” (2021) – First animated feature film for 2021, a beloved fairytale story (January 8th)
“Henry Danger” (Seasons 1-3) – Nickelodeon series (January 15th)
“Outside of the Wire” (2021) – Netflix’s hit movie of the month with Anthony Mackie (January 15th)
“Penguins of Madagascar: The Movie” (2014) – Dreamworks animated spin-off (January 15th)
“Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous” (Season 2) – Animated Jurassic Park kids series (January 22nd)
“Go Dog Go” (Season 1) – Last series to come from the Dreamworks Television (January 26th)
“Finding ‘Ohana” (2021) – Comedy about two Brooklyn siblings who find treasure in their Oahu retreat (January 29th)
“Fatima” (2020) – A war drama based on historical events (January 31st)

When asked which of these shows/movies she’ll watch first, Jade Sandoval ’22 said, “If I were to watch something off of this list, I would definitely watch Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous first.” The same question was asked to Gianna Sigenfuse ’22 and she said, “I would 100% watch Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs first.”

Of course, these are only a small portion of everything that will be coming out on Netflix this month and the rest of 2021. So don’t worry and happy binging!