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Disney+, Prime Video, Netflix: here are the series arriving for the new year

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How to start the new year in the best way ? By adding an avalanche of series and films to your catalog. Streaming platforms like Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+ have understood the benefit of adding new programs regularly to always satisfy their audience. In this first month of 2024, series fans will be delighted.

Several series will be available in the coming days. All you have to do is sit comfortably on your sofa and have a delicious month of January. Here is our selection of series to discover on Prime Video, Disney+ and Netflix.

Echo (Disney+)

After an appearance in Hawkeye, Marvel fans will be able to find Maya Lopez in the series Echo< /em>. This new original creation of the MCU will be the opportunity to focus on his relationship with the Kingpin, the violent Wilson Fisk always played by Vincent D'Onofrio. Dark and violent, the series invites us to discover Maya Lopez, who will have to face her past, reconnect with her Native American roots and embrace the sense of family and community.

Echo promises to be violent and much less watered down than the latest Marvel productions on Disney+. Even better ? The series will be available in full on January 10, 2024 on Disney+. While the platform has accustomed us to weekly distribution sparingly, we can only rejoice about it.

Squeezie: Thank you Internet (Prime Video)

On YouTube, it's hard to miss Squeezie. The young man is today the most popular web videographer in France. If today, Squeezie entertains Internet users with increasingly impressive and advanced concepts, he started in his bedroom. As many. For 10 years, his director Théodore Bonnet has been following him. And films it “off”.

The documentary series Squeezie : Thank you Internet us promises to immerse us in the last decade to relive the meteoric rise of the essential content creator. Prime Video will meet us on January 19, 2024 to return to Squeezie's journey.

The Boy and the Universe (Netflix)

In 2018, Trent Dalton published his semi-autobiographical novel The Boy and the Universe. Very quickly, success was achieved and the work reaped its share of literary rewards. It is therefore not surprising that Netflix wanted to adapt it for the small screen.

So, from January 11, 2024, subscribers will be able to discover The Boy and the Universe with Travis Fimmel (Vikings). The series takes us back to the 1980s as a boy from a Brisbane suburb faces the harsh realities of life as well as the imminent dangers that threaten his family.

Expats (Prime Video)

Inspired by the novel The Expatriates by Janice Y.K. Lee, the series Expatsimmerses us in the streets of Hong Kong. Far from the United States, Margaret has settled in China where she is experiencing a comfortable expatriate life. Wife and mother, her life is turned upside down when her son suddenly disappears.

But Expats should also be interested in the destinies of other women, all expatriates. Following this tragedy, their paths will cross. Worn by Nicole Kidman, Expats could be the nice surprise of the start of the year. The series is available from January 26, 2024 on Prime Video.

The Sun Brothers (Netflix)

Michelle Yeoh (Everything Everywhere All at Once) is the lead from the new Netflix series. In The Sun Brothers, a member of a Taipei triad must go to Los Angeles after his family is attacked in order to protect his strong-willed mother and his brother who knows nothing of their activities. It's available January 4, 2024 on Netflix.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Disney+)

Since December 20, 2023 , fans of the literary saga Percy Jackson will enjoy Disney+. Indeed, the platform is currently broadcasting the series Percy Jackson and the Olympians, a faithful and successful adaptation of Rick Riordan's novels.

At the age of 12, Percy realizes that he is not quite like everyone else. Indeed, he is the son of Poseidon, which makes him a demigod. And that’s not necessarily a good thing. Accused of having stolen the precious Lightning Bolt of Zeus, Percy will have to learn to master his powers, surround himself with the right people to survive and, above all, restore order on Mount Olympus. In short, the young boy has his work cut out for him.

Currently, three episodes are available on Disney+. The platform intends to broadcast an episode of Percy Jackson and the Olympians with a final date on January 31, 2024. If you like fantasy and Greek mythology, the series worth the detour.

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Teilor Stone

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