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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Jan. 18, 2021

A glassblower on the show 'Blown Away' sculpting molten glass.

You’ve binge-watched Bridgerton and finished a rewatch of a few recently added classics (here’s looking at you, Hook), so what’s next? Well, those who love Netflix’s original content have a lot to look forward to this week.

If you want to plan your upcoming weekend marathon watch, here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of Jan. 18, 2021.

  • Jan. 18
    • Homefront: A former DEA agent has to get back into the field after a druglord puts him and his daughter in danger.
  • Jan. 19
    • Hello Ninja: Season 4: Wesley and Georgie are back for another adventure in this animated series about ninjas.

  • Jan. 20
    • Daughter From Another Mother (Madre solo hay dos): After two women’s daughters are switched at birth, they try to form one big family.
    • Sightless: A woman loses her sight after an attack and believes her assailant is back.
    • Spycraft: This Netflix original documentary looks at the history of espionage tools and technology.
  • Jan. 21
    • Call My Agent!: Season 4: The latest season of this series about talent agents in Paris arrives.

  • Jan. 22
    • Blown Away: The reality competition of glassblowers returns.
    • Busted!: Season 3: The Korean series that see K-drama stars solve mysteries returns.
    • Fate: The Winx Saga: This series follows teenage fairies as they attend boarding school and learn to use their powers.
    • Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous: Season 2: The animated series about the famous park returns.
    • So My Grandma’s a Lesbian!: In this Spanish comedy a family’s plans are turned upside down when Grandmother announces she’s marrying her best friend.
    • The White Tiger: An Indian driver tries to make his way to the top in this film.

  • Jan. 23
    • Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce): Three women who work at a radio station experience relationship turmoil.
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