A new year means lots of new content to binge-watch of course! There's something about starting fresh in January and it seems Netflix couldn't agree more with these latest releases dropping on the popular streaming platform. At the end of a long week, we all know nothing beats a quiet Friday night in. So kick up your feet, get comfy and escape from reality for a few hours with these new Netflix releases that you really can't miss. Here is what's new on Netflix Canada this weekend that will make it easy to stay in.
AJ and the Queen Season 1
Get excited because season one of AJ and the Queen is finally available on Netflix Canada! Starring none other than RuPaul, this series takes you on a wild ride across America.
When drag queen Ruby Red ends up completely broke, she hits the road travelling from bar to bar with an orphaned 10-year-old boy named AJ. Expect lots of laughs, mishaps, and fun!
Medical Police Season 1
If you're in the mood for a little comedy, action, and adventure, then be sure to stream the new series Medical Police on Netflix Canada tonight.
It's based on two doctors who are recruited for a top-secret division of the CDC after discovering a life-threatening virus. The pair ends up in over their heads working as government agents searching for a cure.
Titans Season 2
Filmed in Toronto, get ready for a whole new season of Titans. Starring Minka Kelly, Brenton Thwaites and Anna Diop, this DC universe series is about a group of superheroes led by Nightwing, also known as the grown-up version of Batman's sidekick Robin.
With 13 new episodes available to stream, who knows what could happen in season two!
The Circle Season 1
If you're into reality TV, be sure to check out one of Netflix's newest releases The Circle. While it's not necessarily new this weekend, it was only released about a week ago and is definitely worth the watch with users everywhere binging the entire season in one sitting!
The show revolves around a group of strangers who are brought together to live in an apartment building, but there's one big catch: the players can't meet in person and instead use social media to judge and vote off their fellow opponents.
In a world where nothing is what it seems — things are bound to get real interesting.