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New On Netflix In January 2020 - Best Movies And TV Shows To Watch!

Find out what shows, originals, and films are coming to the streaming platform in January as we list our top recommendations, including Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3, BoJack Horseman Season 6 Part 2, and Sex Education Season 2!

It's 2020, and there is no better way to spend the new year than burying yourself underneath your blanket and binge-watch Netflix all day long. However, every month, the streaming service puts out a ton of new content, and there are a lot of movies, TV shows, and originals headed your way in January, so what should you watch and what's the best to check out? GameSpot has you covered, and we have a few recommendations for you, which you can see in the video above.

On January 1, Netflix dropped plenty of movies for you to enjoy. You can watch the classic John Hughes coming-of-age comedy Ferris Bueller's Day Off and debate for yourself whether or not Ferris is real or just a manifestation of what Cameron wants to be in life. Also arriving that day are Inception and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.

If you're into vampires, check out Dracula on January 4. It's from the creators of Sherlock, Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, and it's a three-part mini-series starring Claes Bang as the legendary vampire. Inspired by Bram Stoker's classic novel, this series promises new adventures that "flesh out Dracula's gory crimes” and make him a more vulnerable character.

On January 31, BoJack Horseman comes to an end with Season 6B. BoJack has been at his lowest point in the series, and he is struggling to get clean. After a stint in rehab, he's forced to confront the mistakes he made. While that all sounds super-depressing, BoJack is one of the most consistently hilarious shows on television, and it's a bummer to see it go.

If you're interested in more news about streaming, check out what's headed to Disney+ and Hulu this month.