Philo is starting the year off with suspenseful thrillers, true crime docuseries, reality tv premieres, and finales for you to binge through the rest of January. With more than 60,000 titles available on-demand and 800,000 subscribers, Philo is increasingly becoming a streaming favorite.
Here’s the lineup for the rest of January:
Friday, January 15th, 2021
Forget everything you thought you knew about the traditional Southern Belle. OWN’s newest series, Belle Collective, follows five Black female entrepreneurs at work, play, and home in Jackson, Mississippi. These ladies aren’t just breaking glass ceilings, they’re also shattering long-held stereotypes about the south. Watch the series premiere this Friday at 10pm on OWN.
This Friday, tune in to The Wrong Mr. Right, starring Vivica A. Fox and Anna Marie Dobbins. Jessica moves back home from college and is surprised to find that her mother’s new boyfriend, Paul, is also moving in. Suspicious of this new guy’s motives, Jessica sets out to find out if he’s Mr. Right or Mr. Wrong. Watch the premiere at 8pm on Lifetime Movie Network.
Saturday, January 16th, 2021
Emily moves back to her hometown to escape an abusive relationship only to discover that she has a long lost twin sister. Will they develop a tight sisterly bond or will Emily discover her sister’s deep dark secrets? Watch the premiere of The Evil Twin this Saturday at 8pm on Lifetime.
All is fair in love and competitive skiing! Trevor Donovan stars as Justin, a champion ski racer who returns home to prepare for the biggest race of his career. While hitting the slopes, he runs into his old friend Kayla, who’s also the local ski instructor. Will sparks fly between these two as they work together to prepare for the upcoming competition? Watch the premiere of Two for the Win this Saturday at 9/8c on Hallmark Channel.
Sunday, January 17th, 2021
Missed the season 3 premiere of American Gods last week? No problem. Catch up with Moon Shadow, Mr. Wednesday, and meet a host of new vengeful gods. Watch an encore of the premiere episode this Sunday, January 17th at 7 pm, followed by an all-new episode at 8pm on STARZ*.
Monday, January 18th, 2021
TVOne’s newest special, Unsung Presents: Music & The Movement, remembers pivotal artists and their songs that provided the soundtrack to the fight for justice and equality. This two-part series is set to air on MLK Day, featuring first-hand accounts, archival footage, and exclusive interviews with Erica Campbell, Rev. Al Sharpton, Isaac Hayes III, Big Gipp, and many more. Watch Part One at 8/7c, immediately followed by Part Two at 9/8c on TVOne.
Your favorite 90 Day Fiancé: HEA couples are back and they’re reliving some of the most talked about moments of the season. Tune in to see their spicy reactions to what the Pillow Talkers had to say about them or the latest burning tweets and social posts. Watch the 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After Strikes Back season finale Monday, January 18th at 9pm on TLC.
Tuesday, January 19th, 2021
Paul met Caitea while playing Xbox and they fell madly in love. Everything was coming up roses until one day she mysteriously disappears. A decade later, Paul taps Nev and Kamie to help him find his first love. Will they be happily reunited or will this prove to be the most shocking reveal in Catfish history? Watch the explosive season finale Tuesday, January 19th at 9pm on MTV.
Wednesday, January 20th, 2021
Looking for a way to watch the Presidential Inauguration? Philo’s got you covered. Check out Newsy or Cheddar for a full day of inauguration coverage and a live stream of the swearing-in ceremony. BBC World News will also feature a full slate of pre-inauguration coverage leading up to their President Biden: The Inauguration special presented by Katty Kay.
They found love after lockup, but will they stay committed for life? Don’t miss a minute of the drama, watch these couples navigate life’s ups and downs in the Season 3B premiere of Life After Lockup Wednesday, January 20th at 9pm on WEtv.
Saturday, January 23rd, 2021
Lifetime’s newest biopic, Salt-N-Pepa, tells the captivating true story of Queensborough Community College students Cheryl “Salt” James and Sandra “Pepa” Denton and their meteoric rise to fame. The movie chronicles how the dynamic duo changed the look of Hip Hop, achieved groundbreaking success, and paved the way for future female emcee’s. Watch the premiere Saturday, January 23rd at 8/7c on Lifetime.
Source: Cord Cutters News