Friends, welcome to the greatest two months of your life! The ones in which you unapologetically avoid all social interaction, live in sweatpants, eat ice cream from the pint and binge all the Netflix your heart desires. Here's what's on tap for January.


“Pride and Prejudice”

Keira Knightley + Jane Austen + the English countryside + corsets = the very best Friday night we can think of. (Available January 1)


“The Wedding Date”

Follow that up with a pretty cheesy but (who are we kidding?) worth-a-watch flick from the rom-com heyday. (Available January 1)


“The Overnight”

Oh, how the genre has changed. This rom-com (the indie sleeper hit of the summer) goes beyond "guy meets girl." Now, it's "couple meets couple." (Available January 15)

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“Along Came Polly”

For those weekends when you just need a little turn-of-the-millennium Jennifer Aniston. (Available January 1)


“Meet the Parents” and “Meet the Fockers”

Ben Stiller triple feature? Sure. (Available January 1)


“New Girl” (Season 4)

Fox is finally premiering the fifth season on January 5. So while you're DVR-ing the first few episodes, refresh yourself on what's happening to whom. (Available January 5)


“Parks and Recreation” (Season 7)

This is it, folks--the final season with Leslie and the gang. Newbies: Binge on. Die-hard fans: Cry on. (Available January 13)


“Chelsea Does”

You've seen her poke fun at celebrities on her late-night talk show. Now watch as Chelsea Handler pokes fun at racism, drugs, marriage and Silicon Valley in her new Netflix-original documentary. (Available January 23)


“Frozen Planet”

For a slightly more cuddly documentary, try this critically acclaimed BBC miniseries from 2011. (Available January 28)


“Ice Age 2: The Meltdown”

You secretly love Scrat and you know it. (Available January 1)


“Sharknado 3”

You secretly love Ian Ziering and you know it. (Available January 22)

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