Films and series to watch on Disney + in January 2022: The Revenant, Birdman, the sequel to …

Get ready to start the year 2022 on a high note on Disney + with a program that will delight series and cinema fans: the sequel to Big Sky, the musical drama Queens, but also The Revenant, Birdman, The Big Short and many more. other films!

Films and series to watch on Disney in January
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Big Sky (season 2) – Wednesday January 5

Broadcast since February 2021 on the platform Disney +, Big Sky returns for a second season at the start of the year with a new deal for Cassie Dewell and Jenny Hoyt. The crime series created by David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies, The Undoing) this time sees the two private detectives investigating a mysterious car accident.

In particular, they will meet on their way a bunch of unsuspecting teenagers, a particularly disturbing stranger and someone straight out of Jenny’s past… The actresses Katheryn Winnick and Kylie Bunbury will be joined this season by Vinny Chhibber, Romy Rosemont, Ryan O’Nan, Michael Malarkey and David Meunier.

The first eight episodes of Season 2 of Big Sky, which has 18 in total, will be offered on a weekly basis starting January 5.

Grand cinema – Friday January 14

Film buffs will be spoiled at the start of 2022 with a program with small onions. Starting January 14, three critically acclaimed films will join the already packed Disney + catalog!

On the poster for The Revenant, find Leonardo DiCaprio in the role that won him an Oscar in 2016, in front of the camera of Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu, also Oscar winner for this feature film. A year earlier, the filmmaker had already won the Oscar for best director and best film for his dramatic comedy Birdman with Michael Keaton.

In addition to these two excellent feature films, subscribers will also be able to (re) discover The Big Short: The Heist of the Century and its five-star cast: Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, Karen Gillan, Marisa Tomei, Melissa Leo… Based on a true story, this film by Adam McKay (Don’t Look Up) was awarded the Oscar for best adapted screenplay in 2016.

Queens – Wednesday January 19

Once hip-hop legends, now forgotten: Discover the story of four women in their forties desperate to regain their former stardom in the new musical drama Queens, a Star Original series airing from the January 19.

Rapper and actress Eve, Naturi Naughton (Fame), Nadine Velazquez (Major Crimes) and Brandy Norwood (from the duo Brandy and Monica) play four artists determined to reform the group Nasty Bitches, at the height of its glory in the 90s, to reconnect with success. But will they succeed?

The soundtrack for the series was composed by the actresses themselves. Composed of 13 episodes, the first season will be offered on a weekly basis.


Marvel Studios Gathering: The Making-of of Hawkeye – Wednesday, January 19

After captivating viewers throughout the month of December, Hawkeye will unveil all of her secrets to viewers in a new episode of Marvel Studios Gathering entirely devoted to the making-of of the series worn by Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld.

Malcolm (season 6 and 7) – Wednesday January 19

The most delirious siblings on the small screen will not stop making you laugh: arriving in December on Disney +, Malcolm and his brothers still have many surprises in store for you in the last two seasons of the hit comedy, available from January 19. .

Glass and Unbreakable – Friday January 21

Fans of M. Night Shyamalan will be able to find the first two films of the American director’s essential trilogy at the start of the year: Unbreakable, with Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, and Glass which brings together the two actors alongside James McAvoy, interpreter of the chilling Kevin Wendell Crumb and his multiple personalities.

Marvel’s Hit-Monkey – Wednesday, January 26

After MODOK and What If… ?, Marvel studios unveil a new animated series dedicated this time to the character Hit Monkey, a Japanese snow monkey in search of revenge. To discover from January 26 on Disney +.

The Hate U Give – Friday January 28

Adapted from Angie Thomas’ novel of the same name, The Hate U Give tells the story of a teenage girl who witnesses the death of her childhood best friend, Khalil, to be shot and killed by a police officer. The young heroine of this punchy film is played by Amandla Stenberg (Hunger Games, Darkest Minds).


Wednesday January 5:

Touch – full

Spider-Man – season 3

Friday January 7:



The Flingueuses

Jessica’s Temptation

Do not tell anyone

Wednesday January 12:


The Mick – complete

Journey to the End of Hell – Seasons 3 and 8

Gang travel

Friday January 14:

The Real Queens of Hip-Hop: The Women Who Changed the Game

The First Wave

Wednesday January 19:

Bob’s Burgers – season 12

Soul of a Nation

The Grand Tour of Switzerland

Friday January 21:

The Amazing Voyage of Polar Kid

Wednesday January 26:


New York Police Blues – unabridged

Filthy Rich

Drugs, Inc – season 3

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