Disney + – New for January 2023. What are the movies and series?

What premieres on Disney+ for January 2023? One of the most famous series is Welcome to Chippendales, a new Hulu production arriving in Poland a few months after its world premiere. The premiere is scheduled for January 11, 2023 and all episodes will be available immediately.

Welcome to the Chippendales – Plot Description

A sweeping, sweeping epic, Welcome to the Chippendales, tells the scandalous story of Somen “Steve” Banerjee, an Indian immigrant who founded the world’s largest male striptease empire–and lets nothing stand in his way.

Disney + – January 2023 premiere

New seasons of the series will appear Star Wars: The Dirty Bunch (January 4), Original and angryAnd the The Simpsons (January 11) and Family Guy: The head of the family (January 4). New National Geographic shows premiering January 13: Retreat and Territory The Star Spangled Banner.

    • Exceptional – Welcome to a world where every adult has superpowers. Everyone except 25-year-old Jane, who feels isolated. Fortunately, Jen’s roommates – Carrie, Cash and the fuzzy cat – don’t let her feel sorry for herself. Armed with a little hope and a lot of despair, Jane navigates a big, confusing world to find her strength. During her adventure, she may discover that life without powers is also good. All episodes will premiere on January 25, 2023.
    • koala man – The series follows the fate of Kevin’s middle-aged father and his titular identity – not so secret. His only superpower is his passionate passion for following the rules and fighting petty crime in Dapto City. While it may look like an ordinary Australian suburb, forces of evil, both cosmic and man-made, are waiting to attack the unsuspecting residents of Daptoo. Koala Man, who strives for order in his hometown and often drags his frustrated family into his adventures, is ready for action. He’ll do whatever it takes to defeat villains, supernatural horrors, or worse, idiots who don’t put out trash cans on certain days. All episodes will premiere on January 9, 2023.
    • Little demon Thirteen years after being impregnated by the Devil, a wayward mother and her Antichrist daughter try to live an ordinary life in Delaware. The two heroines constantly stand in the way of monstrous forces, led by Satan, who demands protection for his daughter’s soul. All episodes will premiere on January 18, 2023.
    • Chasing the Waves – Following the debut of surfing at the Tokyo Olympics, “Chasing the Waves” explores the people and places important to promoting Japan’s place in the world’s surfing culture. The documentary series follows multicultural athletes and their pursuit of their dreams. He also paints a captivating view of life in Japan and what it takes to succeed in international surfing. All episodes premiere January 11th.
    • If the walls could talk Documentary. For more than 90 years, Abbey Road Studios has been at the heart of the music industry. In this film full of personal reminiscences and reflections, Mary McCartney brings us closer to those nine decades. Decades of creativity and magic underpin the world’s most famous and longest-running recording studio. The movie shows just how diverse the Abbey Road studios are, home to classics, movies, pop and even hip-hop. Artists, producers, composers, sound engineers and studio staff talk about how they found their musical language and created community. Archival recordings and tapes from the session reveal some of the secrets of this famous place. Premieres January 6, 2023.

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