Best Movies and TV Shows Streaming in January: ‘Echo,’ ‘True Detective’ and More

Best Movies and TV Shows Streaming in January: ‘Echo,’ ‘True Detective’ and More

‘Echo’
Starts streaming: Jan. 9

The television arm of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going through changes, moving away from having every movie and TV series connect closely to a larger transmedia narrative. Although “Echo” is a spinoff from the Avengers-adjacent miniseries “Hawkeye” — with Alaqua Cox reprising her role as a deaf Native American with the power to mimic other people’s fighting styles — and although it will feature the Marvel villain Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio), the show is meant to stand alone, appealing even to viewers who have never even heard of the likes of Daredevil or She-Hulk. “Echo” will be available on both Hulu and Disney+. It is the first TV-MA Marvel series, reflecting its more mature story, about a woman who has to reckon with her past in Oklahoma in order to get some killers off her trail.

‘Bluey’ Season 3, Part 3
Starts streaming: Jan. 12

It’s a major event whenever Disney+ imports any new “Bluey” episodes from Australia, where the series airs months before it hits the United States. This latest batch of 10 includes episodes in which the imaginative puppy Bluey and her sweet kid sister, Bingo, build an elaborate furniture fort, take a trip to the beach, pretend to be office workers, play a game with a store’s security monitors and more. Will America’s parents and children be patient enough to parcel out these seven-minute doses of joy over multiple days, or will they burn through them all in one night?

Also arriving:

Jan. 17
“Siempre Fui Yo” Season 2

Jan. 24
“A Real Bug’s Life”

Jan. 31
“Choir”

‘Death and Other Details’
Starts streaming: Jan. 16

The “Knives Out”/“Only Murders in the Building” trend toward colorful whodunits continues with this stylish mystery series, set mostly on a high-end cruise ship in the Mediterranean. Violett Beane plays Imogene Scott, a young woman with a tragic past, who ends up becoming the prime suspect in a tricky locked-room murder case. Mandy Patinkin plays Rufus Coteworth, a celebrity detective who 20 years earlier disappointed the adolescent Imogene with his inability to bring her mother’s killer to justice. Reluctantly, she puts her remarkable memory together with Rufus’s keen eye for detail, working with him to find out which of the wealthy, fabulously well-dressed people on a luxury liner may have harpoon-gunned a man to death.

Also arriving:

Jan. 3
“Ishura”

Jan. 4
“Daughters of the Cult”

Jan. 7
“The Incredible Pol Farm”

Jan. 9
“Beyond Utopia”
“Safe Home” Season 1

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