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Here's Everything New On Netflix Today: January 13th, 2021

Here's Everything New On Netflix Today: January 13th, 2021

We've got the full list of all the new releases hitting Netflix.

Get ready to binge-watch some incredible new series and movies. Netflix added three new titles for the US audience on January 12th, 2021. Let's see what they are.

Last Tango in Halifax (Season 4)

If you're looking for a show that's got a mix of comedy, drama, and romance, you might like this British show. Starring Anne Reid, Derek Jacobi, Sarah Lancashire, and Nicola Walker, the fourth season of Last Tango in Halifax is now available on Netflix. Although there are just two new episodes, this means season 5 may possibly be lengthier. So what's the story? "Two widowed childhood sweethearts fall for each other all over again when they are reunited over the Internet after nearly 60 years,” says What's On Netflix.



 

Chris Rock Total Blackout: The Tamborine Extended Cut (2021)

In the mood for some in-your-face comedy? Comedy legend Chris Rock is belting out witty nuggets of truth in his first Netflix standup special which originally aired in 2018. The extended version will highlight observations on race, fatherhood, and politics. "I'm releasing a new, extended version of the Tamborine special called Total Blackout," Rock, 55, says in the special's trailer.

"For the first time in history, a remixed version of a special. Racism’s not gonna stop,” Rock says onstage in one clip. “Now they’ve got something new, called ‘prices.’ Prices are the new Jim Crow. The Four Seasons Hotel does not say, ‘No Blacks allowed.’ But a $4,000-a-night hotel suite sure does.” In another clip, Rock makes comments about the difference between men and women cheating on their partners.

“Guys, we’re horrible cheats. It’s so easy to catch us because it’s always a new chick. When you catch a woman, it’s always some motherfucker you’ve done met 10 times. He been all up in your house, he drank your Pellegrino.” Tamborine was directed by Bo Burnham and marked Rock's first comedy special in 10 years, reports PEOPLE. The special was even nominated for a Grammy. Rock had pointed out he had to be careful in not being offensive. "If it was five years ago I could say something real offensive and funny right now," Rock previously said, "but I can't do that anymore, so … heyyyy!"



 

Al acecho (2019)

This thriller is directed by Francisco D’Eufemia and features Facundo Aquinos, Belén Blanco, Rodrigo De la Serna, and Walter Jakob. If you were glued to the popular Money Heist series on Netflix, this might just be up your alley. The summary of Al acecho reads: “Looking for a fresh start, a park ranger gets a new assignment. When he discovers a network of poachers, survival depends on his lethal instincts.”



 

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