If January is going to involve serious couch time, after the spendy madness of December, worry not. The Netflix line up for this month is a good 'un, with the usual mix of original shows and classics in there.
From another chilling real-crime documentary to one about the now notorious FYRE festival – with clutter-busting icon Marie Kondo for the spring clean feels, we promise, you won’t be bored! Here’s what’s on the must-watch list this month.
Tidying Up with Marie Kondo (available now)
The de-cluttering queen, Marie Kondo gets her own series on Netflix in which she helps clients clear out their homes and become happier too. Some spring cleaning inspo perhaps?
Sex Education (11 January)
The brilliant Gillian ‘X Files’ Anderson plays the sex therapist mum of socially awkward teen, Otis. While he’s had little practice in the field, so to speak, Otis is something of an expert on sex – and sets up an underground sex therapy clinic to deal with his classmates' weird and wonderful problems.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4 Part 2 (25 January)
The much-loved Kimmy bids farewell this month. In the final episode, she has to choose between helping her friends or helping herself. The show also gives fans a chance to see how the main characters’ lives might have been different if Kimmy had never been kidnapped.
FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened (18 January)
Oh we can’t wait for this one! Fyre Festival was billed as high-end music festival on an exclusive island, to be attended by social media influencers and celebs. The reality turned out to be very, very different and it’s now gone down in history!
Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (24 January)
Netflix has been, eh, killing it with the real crime stuff of late and this one looks to be no different. American Ted Bundy was one of the world’s most notorious serial killers and this documentary has been create from statements made by the killer himself.