Broadway Streaming Guide: January 2022

While it might be a new year, several classics are returning to the streaming services, giving Broadway fans the perfect frenzy list, along with HBO’s all-star series The Gilded Age and new additions to the series. Seth Rudetsky online concerts.

Watch below to see the movies, TV, music, and concerts you should be listening to in January!

Movies and TV

Annie (Netflix, January 1)
The 1982 film adaptation of the classic Broadway musical returns to Netflix. With unconventional tunes like “Tomorrow” and “Hard Knock Life,” the film stars Carol Burnett, Aileen Quinn, Ann Reinking, Bernadette Peters, and more.

Big Fish (Netflix, January 1)
The Tim Burton film that inspired the 2014 Broadway musical returns to stream, starring Ewan McGregor, Helena Bonham Carter, Jessica Lange and many more.

The Wedding Singer (Netflix, January 1)
The romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore that inspired the 2006 musical moves on Netflix.

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (Netflix, January 1)
The iconic musical film that has inspired countless adaptations, including the 2017 Broadway musical, is coming to Netflix.

Harriet (Peacock, January 1)
Tony winner and future Elphaba Cynthia Erivo stars as Harriet Tubman, a performance that earned her an Oscar nomination. The film also features Leslie Odom Jr., Janelle Monáe and Jennifer Nettles.

Moulin Rouge (Hulu, January 1)
The film that inspired the award for Best Musical, Tony Winner, is coming to streaming services. With hit songs like “Lady Marmalade”, “Your Song” and “Like A Virgin”, the film stars Ewan McGregor, Nicole Kidman and current musical star Natalie Mendoza.

Sex and the City (Hulu, January 1)
Inspired by the hit HBO series, Sex and the City films on Hulu, starring a variety of Broadway names including Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Hudson, Joshua Henry, and more.

Once (Prime Video, January 1)
The musical film that inspired the 2012 Tony-winner for Best Music Streams on Amazon Prime Video.

Sister Act (Prime Video, January 1)
The Tony-nominated 2014 Broadway hit comedy Whoopi Goldberg is coming to streaming.

Waitress (Prime Video, January 1)
Adrienne Shelly’s romantic comedy that formed the basis for Sara Barreilles’ hit Broadway musical.

The Bodyguard (HBO Max, January 1)
Whitney Houston’s iconic musical drama, including hits like “I Will Always Love You” and “I Have Nothing”.

Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Return to Hogwarts (January 1, HBO Max)
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and the original stars of the Harry Potter films reunite for the first time in a new special retrospective to honor the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

The Last Five Years (January 1, HBO Max)
Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan star in a film adaptation of Jason Robert Brown’s famous Off-Broadway musical.

Wolf Like Me (Paon, January 13)
Tony contender Josh Gad stars in a new mystery comedy series, also starring Isla Fisher and Emma Lung.

The Golden Age (HBO Max, January 24)
The new star-studded drama features a plethora of Broadway talent, including Carrie Coon, Denée Benton, Audra McDonald, Cynthia Nixon, Christine Baranski, Kelli O’Hara, Patrick Page, Donna Murphy, Michael Ceveris, Claybourne Elder, Nathan Lane, and more .


Fly over the sunset (January 24)
The new original recording from the Broadway cast with a score by Tom Kitt and Michael Korie. Carmen Cusack, Tony Yazbeck, Harry Hadden-Paton, Kanisha Marie Feliciano, Nehal Joshi, Emily Pynenburg, Michele Ragusa, Robert Sella, Laura Shoop and Atticus Ware feature on the new album.

Space Dogs (January 28)
Space Dogs tells the heart-wrenching true story of Laika and the chief designer – a stray dog ​​and the top secret Russian scientist who sent her into space during the Cold War. The new recording features Nick Blaemire and Van Hughes.

Anaïs Mitchell (January 28)
The Tony-winning Hadestown songwriter has released her first solo record in over a decade.


Jessica Vosk & Seth Rudetsky (The Seth Concert Series, January 2)
Fresh out of her sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall, former Wicked star Jessica Vosk joins Seth Rudetsky for another installment of his popular concert series. Watch a clip from their last concert together below!

10 years of Tony Award nominees! Feinstein / 54 Below 10th Anniversary Celebration (54 Below, January 2)
The special concert event features 10 Tony Nominees who have performed on the now legendary club nightclub stage.

New musical in concert! Goodbye New York, feat. Arielle Jacobs and more! (54 below, January 3)
A streaming reading of Goodbye New York, a contemporary epic composed by Andrew Beall (Song of Solomon, Platinum Girls), with lyrics by Evan McCormack (Song of Solomon), and a book by David Don Miller with Arielle Jacobs, Brad Standley, and Ben Jeffrey.

Liz Callaway & Ann Hampton Callaway: Broadway The Calla-Way! (54 below, January 8)
The Broadway duo return to 54 Below for an evening of Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Marvin Hamlisch, Stephen Schwartz, Kander & Ebb, and more.

Jeanna de Waal (54 below, January 10)
Fresh out of his run to lead Diana: The Musical on Broadway, de Waal offers an intimate concert at 54 Below, with original arrangements of songs currently on Broadway shows and additional insight into the journey and life of the Broadway. ‘actress.

Christy Altomare & Seth Rudetsky (The Seth Concert Series, January 16)
Broadway’s Anastacia, who also recently released her first solo album of original music, joins Seth Rudetsky for a new live concert.

54 famous Mel Brooks (54 below, January 17)
John Bolton, Lesli Margherita, Brad Oscar and others pay homage to Mel Brooks with hits like “Springtime for Hitler”, “High Anxiety”, “Men In Tights”, “Roll In The Hay” and more.

Ciara Renée & Seth Rudetsky (The Seth Concert Series, January 23)
Fresh out of her run in Waitress, the main lady of Broadway joins Seth Rudetsky for the next installment of his successful concert series.

Sondheim Unplugged (54 below, January 23)
Broadway stars pay homage to the legendary late composter with selections from A Little Night Music, Company, Into the Woods, Follies, Passion, Dick Tracy, and more.

I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been (54 below, January 23)
Joe Carroll, Alex Finke, Presley Ryan and others sing songs from roles they would have loved to play.

Ana Gasteyer & Seth Rudetsky (The Seth Concert Series, January 30)
Saturday Night Live and Wicked alum joins Seth Rudetsky for an evening of laughter and music.

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