Biggest Shots Coming To Netflix This December You Don’t Want To Miss
The streaming service Netflix is one of the most used websites right now because of its incredible content. It’s not that expensive, and you can watch whatever you want, as much as you want. Every month, they release wonderful new material.
However, we sometimes end up missing a bunch of new things because we might not know about a show coming out or a movie we had been waiting for, but no more. We are here to tell you about everything that will be released this December.
December 1st – December 5th
Most of the new content this month is going to be released on the first week, so you know this Christmas is going to be jolly. On Dec. 1st, we will have 8 Mile, Astro Boy, Battle, Bride of Chucky, Christine, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and Crossroads: One Two Jaga.
But that is not all. There will also be Friday, Friday After Next, Hellboy, Man vs. Wild with Sunny Leone (Season One), Meet Joe Black, Memories of the Alhambra (a new episode every Saturday), My Bloody Valentine, Next Friday, Reindeer Games, and Seven Pounds available for streaming.
Memories of the Alhambra is a project between the Korean cable network tvN and Netflix featuring the amazing Korean actors Hyun Bin, Park Shin Hye, and Park Hoon. The mini-series consists of 16 episodes, and it’s about two people that get mixed up in an incident in Granada, Spain.
We have more coming out on Dec. 1st like Shaun of the Dead, Terminator Salvation, The Big Lebowski, The Great British Baking Show: Masterclass: Season 5 Masterclasses, The Last Dragon, and The Man Who Knew Too Little. You cannot watch all that in one day!
On Dec. 2nd, there is only The Lobster. On Dec. 3rd, we have Blue Planet II (Season One), Hero Mask, and The Sound of Your Heart: Reboot (Season Two). Finally, on Dec. 4th, we will be able to watch District 9. We cannot believe how much content is coming out in just five days!
December 6th – December 10th
The next few days of December will also be busy with Happy! (Season One) coming out on Dec. 6th. We can expect a bunch more on Dec. 7th, like 5 Star Christmas, Bad Blood, Dogs of Berlin, Dumplin’, Free Rein: The Twelve Neighs of Christmas, and Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle.
That is not all for that day, though, there will also be Nailed It! Holiday!, Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas, Pine Gap, ReMastered: Who Killed Jam Master Jay?, Super Monsters and the Wish Star, The American Meme, The Hook Up Plan (Plan Coeur), and The Ranch: Part 6.
The American Meme is one of Netflix’s original documentary movie, and it features Paris Hilton, Josh Ostrovsky, Kirill Bichutsky, Brittany Furlan, Hailey Baldwin, DJ Khaled, Emily Ratajkowsky, and Dane Cook. It’s about social media influencers and their work is to build their brands.
On the 9th, we can expect the third season of Sin senos sí hay paraíso, and on the 10th, we will be able to see Michael Jackson’s This Is It. We don’t know how we are going to watch all these series in ten days, but we are up to the challenge.
December 11th – December 15th
On the 11th, get ready for Vir Das: Losing It, and on the 12th, Back Street Girls: Gokudols and Out of Many, One will be available. On Dec. 13th, we finally get the third season of Wanted. But the 14th is going to be incredibly busy.
You can expect the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale, Cuckoo (Season 4), Dance & Sing with True: Songs, Fuller House (Season 4), Inside the Real Narcos, Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons (Season 3), and Prince of Peoria: A Christmas Moose Miracle.
Out of Many, One is one of Netflix’s original documentaries. It explores how Americans understand their history and U.S. democracy, which is the key to creating healthy debates and increasing civic participation. This is all wrapped in the middle of a tough current political climate.
Continuing with the Dec. 14th releases, we have ROMA, Sunderland Til I Die, The Fix, The Innocent Man, The Protector, Tidelands, Travelers (Season 3), and Voltron: Legendary Defender (Season 8). Everything looks so interesting; we won’t be able to get off the couch!
December 16th – December 20th
On the 16th, we can expect Baby Mama, Kill the Messenger, One Day, Springsteen on Broadway, and The Theory of Everything. On Dec. 18th get ready for Baki, Ellen DeGeneres: Relatable, and Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 5.
The comedian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres announced months ago that she returned to stand-up comedy with a Netflix special. It features footage from her three-city West Coast tour, and it’s bound to be one of the best things the streaming service has to offer.
December 21st – December 25th
On Dec. 21st, get ready for 3Below: Tales of Arcadiazz, 7 Days Out, Back With the Ex, Bad Seeds, Bird Box, Derry Girls, Diablero, Greenleaf (Season 3), Last Hope: Part 2, Perfume, Sirius the Jaeger, Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski, Tales by Light (Season 3), The Casketeers, and Wolf (BÖRÜ).
On the 24th, we can expect to see Hi Score Girl and The Magicians (Season 3). On the 25th, we are getting a special treat with Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War and Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (Season 11).
December 26th – December 31st
On Dec. 26th, we will be delighted with Alexa & Katie (Season 2) and YOU. On the 28th, get ready for Instant Hotel, La noche de 12 años (The night of 12 years), Selection Day, When Angels Sleep, and Yummy Mummies.
On Dec. 30th, we will have The Autopsy of Jane Doe available for streaming. Finally, on Dec. 31st, you should get ready for The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned From a Mythical Man. We cannot believe how busy this holiday season is going to be!
What are you looking forward to the most this new month on Netflix? The original content seems very interesting, and we are glad to be able to watch some of our favorite movies again. We would like to know your opinion, so leave a comment below, and share this with all your friends so that you can binge-watch these together.