What to watch on Disney + Canada in January 2022

Our picks for the best upcoming new movies and TV shows at Disney + Canada in January 2022.

All the FX shows you can eat

Rejoice, Canada! Some obscure rights deals have come to an end and a slew of FX programs are underway on Disney + ‘s Star Tier this month, meaning the full series of Americans (January 5), Baskets (January 26), Legion (January 19) and You are the worst (January 26) are ready to binge, with the first two seasons of Atlanta (January 26), Pose (January 19) and What we do in the shadows (January 19), the fourth to the ninth season of american horror story (January 12) and the recent limited series A teacher (January 12) and Black narcissus (January 19). Still no sign of Y: The last man, but it will eventually happen.

Gemma Chan and Richard Madden stand still in Marvel’s Eternals.
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Eternals

I won’t mince my words: I absolutely hated Chloe Zhao’s Marvel epic, which turned Jack Kirby’s cosmic super-beings into a family of distant brats. But many people were waiting for the Nomadic country The Oscar winner’s take on superhero tropes coming to streaming, and now that theaters are closed again, I guess there are worse things one could do than skip two and a half hours watching Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani, Don Lee, Angelina Jolie, and Salma Hayek trying to invest one-dimensional characters with something like life. Or you could just watch Shang-Chi again, of course. This one is great. January 12

Buck Wild’s Glacial Adventures

Hey, do you remember Buck Wild the one-eyed weasel voiced by Simon Pegg in Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs? (By the way, do you remember Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs? Had to search!) It was ultimately transformed into its own image, which premieres on Disney + instead of releasing on DVD as I originally predicted. Hey, a lot has changed over the next 13 years. But not that much, since this new feature – which follows opossum sidekicks Crash and Eddie (now voiced by Vincent Tong and Aaron Harris) into the underground dinosaur refuge where Buck has made his home – looks exactly like the kind of Ice Age movie that you would get when the main cast has other things to do. But kids love dinosaurs, so it will make them happy. 28 january

Marvel’s Hit-Monkey

Rolled out of its original launch window last November, this Hulu animated series about a Japanese snow monkey trained as an assassin to take revenge on a Tokyo crime syndicate (for reasons) is finally found in front of Canadians at the end of this month. . Has Jason Sudeikis’ vocal performance as a ghostly assassin who frames the eponymous warrior primate come out? Nope. The animation is eternal. January 26

Here is the full list of new titles available on Disney + Canada in January 2022 by date:

Star

January 5

Americans (seasons 1-6)

January 7

The most dangerous animal of all (season 1)

January 12

Fantastic race (seasons 1-25)
american horror story (seasons 4-9)
The big North (season 1, new episode)
A teacher (season 1)

January 19

Black narcissus
family guy (season 20, new episode)
The big North (season 1, new episode)
Hip-hop discovered (season 1)
Legion (seasons 1-3)
Pose (seasons 1-2)
The simpsons (season 33, new episode)
Super star (season 1)
What we do in the shadows (seasons 1-2)

January the 21st

The informant: fear and faith in the heart of the country

January 26

Atlanta (seasons 1-2)
Baskets (seasons 1-4)
Bob’s burgers (season 12, new episode)
Dave (season 1)
family guy (season 20, new episode)
The big North (season 1, new episode)
Marvel’s Struck Monkey (season 1)
You are the worst (seasons 1-5)

Disney +

January 5

Boba Fett’s book (season 1, new episode)

January 12

Boba Fett’s book (season 1, new episode)
Eternals

January 14th

Betty White goes wild!

January 19

Assembled: The Making of Hawkeye
Boba Fett’s book (season 1, new episode)
Man, Woman, Dog (season 1)
The world according to Jeff Goldblum (season 2, lot 2)

January 26

Boba Fett’s book (season 1, new episode)
Random rings (seasons 1-2)

28 january

Buck Wild’s Glacial Adventures

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