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What's Coming to Disney+ in January 2023

What's Coming to Disney+ in January 2023

By Simon Hung

It's officially 2023 and you can start a new year with new things to binge on Disney+ Canada.

There are over 60 new releases coming this month, including The Menu (January 4) and the second season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch (January 4, new episodes every Wednesday).

Here's what's streaming on Disney+ in January 2023.

January 3

  • Welcome to Chippendales (Series Finale)

January 4

  • American Horror Story: NYC (Season 11, New Episode)
  • Grails: When Sneakers Change the Game
  • Marvel's Runaways (Season 3)
  • National Treasure: Edge of History (New Episode)
  • Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Season 2 Premiere, Episodes 1-2)
  • Taiwan Crime Stories (Season 1 Premiere)
  • The Menu
  • Willow (New Episode)

January 6

  • Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration
  • Hulk: Monsters Dwell
  • If These Walls Could Sing
  • Meet the Deedles

January 8

  • Tokyo Revengers (Season 2 Premiere)

January 9

  • Koala Man

January 11

  • American Horror Story: NYC (Season 11, New Episode)
  • Chasing Waves (Season 1)
  • Gina Yei (Season 1)
  • National Treasure: Edge of History (New Episode)
  • Spidey and His Amazing Friends (Season 1)
  • Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Season 2, New Episode)
  • The Ghost and Molly McGee (Season 1)
  • Willow (Season 1 Finale)

January 13

  • Criminal Minds (Season 16, New Episode)
  • Retrograde
  • The Flagmakers
  • The Territory

January 15

  • Family Guy (Season 21, New Episode)
  • The Great North (Season 3, New Episode)
  • The Simpsons (Season 34, New Episode)

January 18

  • King Shakir Recycle (Premiere)
  • National Treasure: Edge of History (New Episode)
  • Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Season 2, New Episode)
  • Super Junior Last Man Standing

January 20

  • Criminal Minds (Season 16, New Episode)
  • Idina Menzel: Which Way to the Stage?
  • The Heir: The Freestyle Dynasty/El Heredero: La Dinastia Del Freestyle (Season 1 Premiere)

January 22

  • Bob's Burgers (Season 13, New Episode)

January 25

  • Commander Fort/El Comandante Fort (Season 1)
  • Extraordinary (Premiere)
  • Mila in the Multiverse (Premiere)
  • National Treasure: Edge of History (New Episode)
  • Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Season 2, New Episode)

January 27

  • Darby and the Dead

January 29

  • Bob's Burgers (Season 13, New Episode)
  • The Simpsons (Season 34, New Episode)

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    • Another Stephen Chow classic has launched in Disney+ Hong Kong. "Out of the Dark" is now on Disney+. Wait Ka-Fai's "Detective vs The Sleuths" is coming to Disney+ tomorrow morning at around 8:30am, Toronto time.
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    • No new Hong Kong movies on Disney+ Hong Kong. Although there is a Japanese movie about flying penises.
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    • Since when did Disney start licensing from Lionsgate? The Punisher: War Zone is on Disney+ on Hong Kong now. I've actually never seen it. Maybe I'll watch it tomorrow to scratch that Marvel itch before Quantumania comes out.
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    • Looks like Canadians finally get to watch last year's Summertime Rendering on Disney+. I watched it already and can confirm that it's actually not that bad.

      The Files of Young Kindaichi is also now on Disney+ in Canada. But I heard this live action reboot is a huge stinker. Disney's also a full 9 months late on bringing this over here.
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    • Hmmm... odd... when I originally cut and paste it from my mobile it literally said February 1, 2023.
      Now after refreshing it says otherwise. Go Figure. Guess Disney can't make up their minds?


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      Looks like Roger from "What's on Disney Plus" confirms February 1st launch date. 🤷 (Just realized I got a shoutout from Roger, lol!)

      https://youtu.be/ODs-id7V9m0

      Guess the only thing I can expect on Disney+ this month is Wai Ka-Fai's Detective vs The Sleuths and the big screen debut of Hong Kong boyband Mirror's Keung To in "Mama's Affair". Missed out on both when they hit theatres here in Toronto.
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    • Nowhere on that site does it state that.
      Hmmm... odd... when I originally cut and paste it from my mobile it literally said February 1, 2023.
      Now after refreshing it says otherwise. Go Figure. Guess Disney can't make up their minds?


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    • Disney+ confirmed on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever's homepage that the sequel will debut on Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

      From https://thedirect.com/article/black-pan ... -streaming


      Edit: I can not confirm if this is correct since I do not see this on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever's homepage.
      Yes, this listing is in Chinese but it is directly from official Disney sources. A listing of things to come on Disney+ for the month of January 2023 in Hong Kong. While it doesn't say exactly when Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will arrive on the streaming service, it does say it's TBA (to be announced).
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    • Disney+ confirmed on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever's homepage that the sequel will debut on Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

      From https://thedirect.com/article/black-pan ... -streaming


      Edit: I can not confirm if this is correct since I do not see this on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever's homepage.
      Yes, this listing is in Chinese but it is directly from official Disney sources. A listing of things to come on Disney+ for the month of January 2023 in Hong Kong. While it doesn't say exactly when Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will arrive on the streaming service, it does say it's TBA (to be announced).
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    • Just saw Sammo Hung's short segment in Septet. Basically a short ten minute segment about his old trainer days with his son Timmy Hung playing Master Yu Jim-Yuen.

      Septet is now streaming on Disney+ in Hong Kong. NordVPN and surfshark recommended.
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    • Stan Lee Documentary Coming in 2023, Marvel Announces on His 100th Birthday.

      "100 years of dreaming. 100 years of creating. 100 years of Stan Lee."

      https://youtu.be/epOInfo_LWU
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    • Checked with Disney+ Hong Kong today. Nothing really except Strange Worlds but they did add in a couple of Stephen Chow classics. Namely Hail the Judge and From Beijing with Love

      https://youtu.be/x_h1lnFOv0M
      How that cigarette stuck by his lower lip is anybody's guess.
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    • Disney just uploaded The Witch Part 2: The Other One two days ago for Hong Kong viewers and I have no idea where to find the first film. I know it was on Netflix in North America but it removed a while ago.
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    • It just says coming soon exclusively to Disney+ without a launch date. Likely to be Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore only. I missed out when this was playing in theatres here in Toronto. Not a MIRROR fan.
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    • So glad Iger is back at the helm. Hopefully he can steer the ship around from what has been an absolutely abysmal couple years from Disney. Everything that has come out under the Disney/Marvel/Star Wars banner has been terrible except for Andor.
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    • God of Gamblers 1 & 3 joins Disney+ in Hong Kong. Not that they're a bad addition but it's still incomplete without the second film. Kind of a lackluster Friday if you ask me.
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    • Strange World coming Dec 23. That was quick.
      I guess the headlines relating a huge box office crater were accurate
      AFAIK the critics were much kinder
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    • I hope National Treasure: Edge of History is good, premiering this week.
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    • Just found this article and it appears a whole batch of Stephen Chow classics will be heading to Disney+ in Hong Kong this month including A Chinese Odyssey Part 1&2 (12/2), From Beijing with Love, Hail the Judge (12/23) and Tricky Brains (12/30).

      Disney has also bought exclusive streaming rights to Mama's Affair starring boyband Mirror member Keung To and Hard Boiled's Teresa Mo and the new dodgeball comedy "Life Must Go On" starring Ekin Cheng. Personally, I see that as good and bad. Good because Disney has invested some interest in Hong Kong cinema. But bad because they will not provide streaming these movies for Chinese communities around the globe. We're only just getting Limbo on physical media this month all thanks to Disney+. 🤦

      Here's the link to the news for further details in Chinese. https://konggokhk.com/stephen_chow_disneyplus/
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    • 4 mins of ads per hour in their new ad tier.

      Ferro told Reuters that Disney+ will carry four minutes of advertising time per hour, in 15 and 30 second spots, and limit the number of times the same ad will appear over the course of a day or week.

      "A brand like Starbucks will have no more than one commercial an hour, no more than two a day," she said. "We’ve asked advertisers for multiple versions of creative. Even if they air two a day, you won't see the same ad."

      https://www.reuters.com/business/media- ... 022-12-08/
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    • Johnnie To fans who subscribe to Disney+ may want to start investing on VPN. Next two months will be a doozy. We're getting Septet on New Years Eve. And then, sometime in late January, Wai Ka-Fai's Detective vs The Sleuths arrives on Disney+.

      Few other Johnnie To classics also came out on Disney+ last weekend. The 2007 film "Triangle" and Benny Chan's "A Moment of Romance 2" (which To produced). Actually bought Triangle on dvd many years ago but never got around to watching it. But my dvd was locked to region 3 and I don't have any region free dvd players in use at the moment.
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    • There's at least one theory that the guy who bought Marvel & Lucasfilm will mark his Disney re-tenure by selling it to Apple
      I wonder if the poster meant selling Marvel/Star Wars to Apple, opposed to the entire disney company.
      IT is singular, THEM would've (not would of BTW) been used to indicate a sale of more than one property
      I forgot Iger also acquired Pixar during his first reign
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    • Would the US anti-trust people even allow Apple to buy Disney? Highly doubt it, it would be like allowing Google to buy Amazon.
      I wonder if the poster meant selling Marvel/Star Wars to Apple, opposed to the entire disney company.

      I don't see why Disney would sell those two IP's. They've printed money off both of them, and their one of the main attractions to get people to use Disney+. They must of made the money back they paid for those IPs long ago. It's probably all profit now (well except for streaming, but they're working on it).
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    • There's at least one theory that the guy who bought Marvel & Lucasfilm will mark his Disney re-tenure by selling it to Apple
      Would the US anti-trust people even allow Apple to buy Disney? Highly doubt it, it would be like allowing Google to buy Amazon.
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    • There's at least one theory that the guy who bought Marvel & Lucasfilm will mark his Disney re-tenure by selling it to Apple
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    • Anyone know the date when the original AVATAR movie will be returning to Disney+? It quietly disappeared when they re-released the movie in the theatres recently.

      Tonight, I'm just waiting to see the newest trailer for AVATAR 2 during half-time of NFL's Monday night football. That's about 10 minutes away. 😎
      It came back yesterday.
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    • Anyone know the date when the original AVATAR movie will be returning to Disney+? It quietly disappeared when they re-released the movie in the theatres recently.

      Tonight, I'm just waiting to see the newest trailer for AVATAR 2 during half-time of NFL's Monday night football. That's about 10 minutes away. 😎
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