January is often the lowest box office month, and the same is true for streaming. Because 2023 kicks off with new, discreet collections on platforms like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Max. The biggest debut of the month was the appearance of Mark Mylod’s “The Menu” on HBO Max. The horror-comedy starring Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy is a post-pandemic indie whose releases have performed well at the box office (he topped $30 million domestically) and needs more audiences on HBO Max as genres clash. there is. The tone is perfect for the streaming age.
Elsewhere, Amazon Prime Video has a glamorous new offering in the form of Jennifer Lopez’s vehicle, Shotgun Wedding. Paramount+ wants to make headlines by reviving the “Teen Wolf” franchise with “Teen Wolf: The Movie,” which brings back many of the original stars from his original MTV drama series. Meanwhile, Netflix is teaming up with Eddie Murphy and Jonah Hill to produce the culture-clash comedy You People. It may be a low profile month for streaming overall, but there’s certainly room for some big streaming breakouts to dominate the topic.
Check out the full list of must-have streaming titles coming to streaming platforms in 2023 below.