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Best OSN TV shows and movies: what to watch this month

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Need some recommendations of what to watch on OSN this month? We've rounded up the best movies and TV shows to watch this month, so you've got a great selection to choose from - whether it's originals, blockbuster classics or gripping TV shows. 

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Whether you're into drama, comedy, or just want something to relax on the couch and enjoy, there's something here for everyone. And with new movies and TV shows being added every month, we'll be updating this list every month with the best content to enjoy on OSN.

Starting this month, OSN will be offering an industry-first guarantee that will bring exclusive content on its platform every single day. This means that you can expect something new to watch every 24 hours on OSN.

Here's what's coming to OSN this January

Euphoria

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Emmy award winner Zendaya is back after a two-year hiatus. This HBO series tells the story of teenagers struggling with the ups and downs of teen life the revolve around love, drugs and violence.  

Season 2 is streaming on January 10th

The Righteous Gemstones

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A comedic take on the genre, this HBO series was created by Danny McBride (This is the End, Pineapple Express). It depicts a family of televangelists led by Eli Gemstone (John Goodman), who lives a rather luxurious life with his two children which come from church donations. What follows is a hilarious and crazy take on the lives of an eccentric family.

Season 2 is streaming on January 10th

Somebody Somewhere

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The show features Sam, who is struggling to fit in the mould of her hometown. Amidst all the chaos, singing has been Sam’s only escape which leads to her self-discovery. Watch how her soulful journey unfolds.

New Season is streaming on January 17th

The Gilded Age

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This historical drama tells the story of Marian Brook, who embarks on a journey after leaving her conservative family behind. Though different causes she needs to choose between her normal way of life or maybe forge her own path.

New Season is streaming on January 25th

Transplant

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This medical drama is back for a second season that proves to be as thrilling as the first. In the series, charismatic Syrian refugee Dr Bashir Hamed is looking to build his own medical career in Canada and undergoes a round of high stakes medical training to prove his worth.

New Season is streaming on January 22nd

Wolf Like Me

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This romantic drama follows Gary and Mary, a not-so-perfect couple. Gary’s been an emotional wreck and Mary believes she can’t share herself with anyone. The series looks on the saying if two people are really made for each other, crossing the line between myth and reality.

New Season is streaming on January 13th

A Quiet Place Part II

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John Krasinski’s sequel to the smash hit sees the return of Emily Blunt in the lead role and is now joined by Cillian Murphy. It continues the story of the Abbott family who struggles to navigate a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by deadly creatures who are sensitive to sound.

A Quiet Place Part II is streaming on January 7th

Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts

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Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint return for this retrospective show celebrating 20 years since the first Harry Potter movie came out. They will be joined by the rest of the cast and crew that will reveal the best memories that made the franchise a big hit.

Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts is streaming on January 1st

Ride Along 2

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James is taking Ben on another ride along to pull the plug on a drug racket that involves a famous businessman. But as Ben’s wedding day is fast approaching, there is only a little time left before they expose this crime and make it to his wedding.

Ride Along 2 is streaming on January 6th

Collateral

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Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx star in this thriller from director Michael Mann. Max is just an ordinary cab driver, but his night is about to change when he meets Vincent, an assassin for hire. Already on a rampage, he must find a way to stop Vincent before he himself becomes the victim.

Collateral is streaming on January 8th

Lucy

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What if you are using 100 per cent of your brain? This is the premise of this sci-fi action hit starring Scarlett Johansson. After being exposed to a performance-enhancing drug, Lucy has become the perfect assassin equipped with extraordinary physical and mental capabilities.

Lucy is streaming on January 13th

The Loudest Voice

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This seven-part miniseries depicts the rise and fall of Roger Ailes on Fox News. It looks how Ailes managed to turn Fox News into one of the most influential media companies in history. It also touches upon the numerous sexual harassment accusations that ultimately ended his career.

The Loudest Voice is streaming on January 15th

The Ring Two

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This horror sequel brings back Naomi Watts who continues to battle the malevolent force known as Samara, who is now set on becoming her daughter for real. A sequel to the 2002 remake, the movie is directed by Hideo Nakata, director of the original Japanese classic.

The Ring Two is streaming on January 8th

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Loki

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Disney's latest powerhouse in the Marvel universe comes with Loki, which features Tom Hiddleston reprising his role as the mischievous god. 

The Loki in this series is the one who escaped with the Tesseract shortly after the events of The Avengers – in an alternate timeline, as depicted within Avengers: Endgame. In this show, Loki falls afoul of the Time Variance Authority, including Owen Wilson's Mobius (who looks more like John Slattery from Mad Men, here). He's taken into custody, and the Tesseract is confiscated. 

In messing around with this power, Loki has caused damage to the fabric of time, splitting it off into different realities. The TVA is essentially pressuring Loki into helping them fix the mess he's made. There's a lot to unpack in this show, and Marvel fans are definitely in for a treat with Tom's performances.

Scenes from a Marriage

Scenes from a Marriage

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A chronicle of the years of love and turmoil that bind a relationship these days, this series follows a contemporary American couple. Set to premiere exclusively on September 13th with weekly episodes, the limited series explores the experiences of Jonathan and Mira as individuals and as a couple, with their strong, and sometimes contrasting, feelings.

The Good Doctor

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This series follows young surgeon Shaun Murphy, who is on the autism spectrum with savant syndrome, using his extraordinary medical talents at St. Bonaventure Hospital’s surgical unit. The Good Doctor will release on OSN on September 28th, the same time as the US and worldwide release.

The Mandalorian

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The Mandalorian is a breakout hit, and deservedly so. This expensive-looking show has unleashed Baby Yoda upon us – which is a true gift. Iron Man director Jon Favreau created this series, starring Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones’ Red Viper) as a mysterious bounty hunter wearing the box-of-tricks armor first made famous by Boba Fett. Episodes rarely exceed 40 minutes in length, which is a blessed relief in this age of bloated streaming dramas. Its second season is particularly strong, offering high-end fan service alongside terrific new Star Wars stories – we called it the best TV show of 2020, and for good reason. 

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

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The show follows lives of an eclectic group of detectives in a New York precinct, including Detective Jake Peralta who has been enabled - if not indulged - his entire career. That is, until the precinct gets a new commanding officer, and everything gets turned on its head. This iconic show came back for its final season this year, which you can watch right here on OSN.

Sex And The City

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There isn't a show more iconic than Sex And The City, which follows four women navigating their lives in NYC. Through career breaks, relationships, breakups, and scandals, the four friends always have each other to fall back on, with plenty  of laughter along the way.

Veep

Veep

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Senator Selina Meyer dreams about becoming the Vice President of the United States, but soon discovers that the job is nothing like she expected. This comedy drama features an incredible cast of often bumbling characters that come together to paint a grim picture of what may actually happen behind the doors of The White House.

American Horror Story: Double Feature

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A struggling writer, his pregnant wife, and their daughter move to an isolated beach town for the winter. Once they're settled in, the town's true residents begin to make themselves known. The latest season from Director Ryan Murphy is a true testament to the iconic horror and suspense that has made the show so compelling to watch. 

Arrival

Arrival

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A linguist works with the military to communicate with alien lifeforms after twelve mysterious spacecraft appear around the world.

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

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Super-assassin John Wick returns with a $14 million price tag on his head and an army of bounty-hunting killers on his trail.

Sonic The Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog

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Based on the global blockbuster videogame franchise from Sega. Sonic and his new best friend team up to defend the planet from the evil genius Dr. Robotnik and his plans for world domination.