As we kick off the new year, streaming services in Canada are offering a wide array of content to keep audiences entertained. From new releases to classic favorites, there’s something for everyone on Crave, Crunchyroll, Netflix, and Prime Video for the week of Jan. 1-7.
Crave is starting the year off strong with a plethora of new content. One of the most anticipated releases is the new season of the hit show “Euphoria,” which has already garnered critical acclaim for its raw and unflinching portrayal of teenage life. Additionally, Crave is also premiering the second season of the comedy series “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” which promises to deliver even more laughs and sharp satire. And for those looking for a bit of nostalgia, the streaming service is also adding classic films like “The Breakfast Club” and “The Goonies” to its library.
Meanwhile, anime fans will have plenty to look forward to on Crunchyroll. The streaming platform is debuting several new series, including “Attack on Titan Final Season” and “The Promised Neverland Season 2.” With its extensive library of anime titles, Crunchyroll continues to be a go-to destination for fans of Japanese animation.
Over on Netflix, there is no shortage of exciting new releases. The highly anticipated third season of the hit show “Cobra Kai” will make its debut on the streaming service, bringing even more karate action and ’80s nostalgia to audiences. Additionally, Netflix is adding new films like “Pieces of a Woman” and “The Minimalists: Less Is Now” to its lineup, offering a variety of options for subscribers to enjoy.
Lastly, Prime Video is kicking off the new year with a bang. The streaming service is premiering the second season of “The Expanse,” a critically acclaimed science fiction series that has garnered a dedicated fan base. Prime Video is also adding classic films like “The Godfather” and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” to its library, giving subscribers the opportunity to revisit timeless cinematic gems.
Overall, Canadian audiences have plenty to look forward to on Crave, Crunchyroll, Netflix, and Prime Video in the first week of January. With a diverse range of new releases and beloved classics, there’s something for everyone to enjoy as we embark on a new year of streaming entertainment.