Published On: January 5, 2021- Last Updated: October 14, 2023- 3 min read-

All The Shows You Need To Catch On Netflix Singapore in January 2021

With the pandemic still ravaging the world and many borders remaining closed, it’s a wonder how we should start our 2021. After all, we’ve already made our New Year’s Resolutions, went on our Singapoliday and started the first day of school. What else is there to do?

Sometimes, the easiest thing to do is right in front of us. It’s time to switch on our laptops, Netflix and (literally) chill. Whether you’re looking for a TV series, anime or Korean drama, here is curated list of shows to watch on Netflix Singapore.

Alice in Borderland (R21)

A suspense-thriller drama based on a manga, Alice in Borderland depicts 3 friends lost in a parallel world called Borderland. As they search for their way out of abandoned Tokyo, Arisu, Karube and Chōta must participate in risky, violent games and try to figure out how to stay alive.

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Cobra Kai Season 3 (PG13)

For old followers of The Karate Kid, Cobra Kai Season 1 and 2, Cobra Kai Season 3 should be nothing new. Reconciliation, recovery and the relieving of golden moments are all packed into this classic pop culture.
For what it’s worth, we think that Cobra Kai Season 3 is a lot better than its predecessor Cobra Kai Season 2 but it still can’t beat nostalgic and heart-warming Cobra Kai Season 1. Fight. Us.

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Start-Up (PG13)

Start-Up is a light-hearted Korean drama about romance, friendship and courage. It is a coming-of-age 16-episode series about how a university dropout and failing CEO work together to launch a highly successful start-up, with the support of family and friends around them.
Are you Team Do San or Team Ji Pyeong?

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (NC16)

This anime follows a boy Tanjiro Kamado who trains to become a demon slayer for revenge after a demon slaughtered his entire family and turned his remaining sister, Nezuko, into a demon.

Against the Demon Slayer Corps’ rules, Tanjiro continues to travel with Nezuko – and his friends Inosuke and Zenitsu—to defeat demons that roam the world and find a cure to turn Nezuko back into a human.

If you can’t get enough of Demon Slayer on Netflix, you can check out the movie Demon Slayer: Mugen Train airing in cinemas. We recommend you to bring lots of tissues and be prepared to bawl your eyes out.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Singapore Netflix

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Bridgerton (R21)

Fans of Regency London, rejoice! Bridgerton is finally out.

Bridgerton is based on the Bridgerton book series by award-winning romance author Julia Quinn. Taking place in the early 19th century, the first season focuses on Daphne (played by Phoebe Dynevor), the eldest Bridgerton daughter, as she debuted and accidentally caught the attention of the desirable Duke of Hastings (played by Regé-Jean Page).

The next few upcoming seasons will follows the remaining eight Bridgerton siblings (Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory and Hyacinth) on their quest for love.

The opulence of the set and diversity of the cast is simply stunning.

For fans of the book series who have yet to watch it, Lady Whistledown will be sharing a small, scandalous secret: “It has been reported to This Author that glitz, glamour and steamy scenes are to be expected. Perhaps it is best (to both the public and oneself) that one watches the show in the privacy of one’s own bedroom.”

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There you have, you’ll not struggle to find anything on Netflix Singapore for a while.

Do forget to also check out our list of Things to do in Singapore

 

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