Drag queens, Dracula & drama: Here's what's streaming on Netflix, HBO and others in January

The 7 shows you need to binge this month
Posted at 11:19 AM, Jan 02, 2020

Happy New Year, and happy streaming! If you’re looking for a new show to binge in 2020, we've got you covered with the seven shows to watch.

1. The Bachelor (ABC - Jan. 6)

The next season of The Bachelor airs right here on Denver7. This year's lucky guy is Peter Weber, an airline pilot who was on Hannah Brown's season. This time there's even more drama than ever. In a first look, we see Hannah Brown return. You'll just have to wait and see if Peter finds love starting Jan. 6.

2. Next in Fashion (Netflix - Jan. 29)

If you love "Project Runway," this show is for you. Tan France from "Queer Eye" and stylist Alexa Chung host the fashion show on Netflix. You can watch contestants compete in different fashion challenges starting Jan. 29.

3. AJ and the Queen (Netflix - Jan. 10)

Famous drag queen, Ru Paul, stars in this series, out Jan. 10. We find Ru Paul as a struggling drag queen, when a kid decides to come along on a cross-country tour.

4. The Outsider (HBO - Jan 12)

Based on the Stephen King novel, this drama will deliver lots of chills this month. It follows a murder investigation that turns supernatural, making investigators question everything they believe in.

5. Dracula (Netflix - Jan. 4)

The makers of "Sherlock" are bringing us a new take on Dracula in three 90-minute episodes. We hear it's pretty gory. This is already on BBC, and out on Netflix January 4th.

6. The New Pope (HBO - Jan. 10)

"The New Pope" shows a dark, sassy side of the Vatican we never knew we needed. With Jude Law and John Malkovich starring in this series, that might make you want to watch. Sharon Stone and Marilyn Manson also guest star.

7. Friends (Leaving Streaming)

We have to mention "Friends" is leaving Netflix this month. You won’t be able to stream that until May when it premieres on HBO Max. You might just have to watch it the old fashioned way.