20 Exciting Titles Coming to Netflix This December
02nd December, 2020
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Can’t find what to binge-watch next on Netflix? We’ve got you! Here are 20 new, exciting titles that are all set to come to your screens this December. The holidays are almost here, and there’s nothing better than snuggling under a cozy blanket with some hot chocolate while watching a movie. And you can do just that with Netflix releasing some exciting movies and series this month. And while some of them are older productions, most of them are new releases produced by Netflix. The lineup features a perfect mix of Christmas movies, K-drama, animated productions, and action movies, so there is something for everyone to watch.
Peppermint (2018) - December 1st Netflix
Peppermint (2018) - December 1st
Peppermint, a vigilante action film, is directed by Pierre Morel and stars actors like Jennifer Garner, John Ortiz, and John Gallagher Jr. It tells the story of a regular, mild-tempered mom who later turns into a ruthless woman to avenge the death of her husband and daughter who were killed by a cartel. Jennifer Garner’s performance was applauded by viewers all over the country.
Angela’s Christmas Wish (2020) - December 1st Netflix
Angela’s Christmas Wish (2020) - December 1st
Written and directed by Damien O'Connor, Angela’s Christmas Wish is an animated sequel to the movie Angela's Christmas. It is based on the characters from a children's story written by Irish author Frank McCourt, who is also a Pulitzer Prize-winner. In this movie, after her father travels to Australia for work, Angela sets her mind to make sure her family spends Christmas together.
The Repair Shop (Season 3) - December 1st Netflix
The Repair Shop (Season 3) - December 1st
The Repair Shop is a British reality TV show that first aired on BBC Two. It stars Jay Blades, Steve Fletcher, and Will Kirk as experts and Robert Pugh and Bill Paterson as the narrators. The show brings forward three treasured family heirlooms that Jay Blades discovers and revives for families. They also tell us the history behind each of these items.
The Holiday Movies That Made Us (Season 1) - December 1st Netflix
The Holiday Movies That Made Us (Season 1) - December 1st
The Holiday Movies That Made Us is a spin-off of the popular show The Movies that Made Us. This series will give us an insight into how our favorite holiday films, like The Nightmare Before Christmas and Elf, were brought to life. This docu-series is directed by Brian Volk-Weiss. We should warn you, though; it will feature quite a few spoilers.
Captain Underpants - Mega Blissmas (2020) - December 4th Netflix
Captain Underpants - Mega Blissmas (2020) - December 4th
Based on the Captain Underpants books by author Dav Pilkey, Captain Underpants: Mega Blissmas is a Christmas special that is coming to Netflix. In the animated movie, things get really weird after George and Harold decide that they want to change some things about their favorite holiday by meddling with some old traditions. Will they succeed?
MANK (2020) - December 4th Netflix
MANK (2020) - December 4th
Produced by Ceán Chaffin, Douglas Urbanski, and Eric Roth, MANK is another directorial masterpiece by David Fincher based on a script written by his father, Jack Fincher. It is a biographical drama starring Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, Lily Collins, and other talented actors. The story is based on the life of Herman J. Mankiewicz, the writer of the Academy Award-winning film Citizen Kane.
Pokémon Journeys - The Series (Part 3) - December 4th Netflix
Pokémon Journeys - The Series (Part 3) - December 4th
Pokémon Journeys: The Series is the twenty-third season of the Pokémon animated series, and it is set to be released just in time for Christmas. This season, you will see Ash, Misty, and Brock gear up to participate in the World Coronation Series Ranking Match with their new team of Pokemon. They also battle against their old friend and opponent, Korrina and Lucario.
Selena - The Series (Season 1) - December 4th Netflix
Selena - The Series (Season 1) - December 4th
This Netflix original series tells the story of the legendary singer Selena Quintanilla and how she navigated her way to fame while battling numerous challenges and heartbreaks. The titular role is being played by Christian Serratos. She will be joined on screen by talented actors like Gabriel Chavarria, Ricardo Chavira, and Seidy Lopez. This is one of the most awaited shows this year.
Leyla Everlasting (2020) - December 4th Netflix
Leyla Everlasting (2020) - December 4th
Directed by Ezel Akay, Leyla Everlasting is a Turkish film. It revolves around Leyla and her husband Adam, as they get involved in a strange love triangle. It all starts after Adam decides to leave Lelya for his mistress, Nergis. Meanwhile, Adam is also in the pursuit of an antique, handwritten manuscript. The film stars Demet Akbağ, Elçin Sangu, and Haluk Bilginer.
Detention - The Series (Season 1) - December 5th Netflix
Detention - The Series (Season 1) - December 5th
Based on a videogame of the same name, Detention: The Series is a Taiwanese horror show that is set in the White Terror era. A transfer student named Yunxiang Liu comes across some unsettling facts and secrets about the punishment practices in her new high school. She soon starts to experience a series of paranormal and unsettling experiences.
Ava (2020) - December 7th Netflix
Ava (2020) - December 7th
Starring Jessica Chastain in the titular role along with John Malkovich and other great actors, Ava is an action thriller written by Matthew Newton and directed by Tate Taylor. Ava is a professional assassin who works for a black ops organization. However, she has to now escape the very organization, as they are chasing her for messing up a high profile hit.
100 Days My Prince (Season 1) - December 7th Netflix
100 Days My Prince (Season 1) - December 7th
Starring Do Kyung-soo and Nam Ji-hyun, 100 Days My Prince is a South Korean television series that is written by No Ji-sul and directed by Lee Jong-jae. The story follows the life of Lee Yul, a prince who is forced to go through life as a commoner after he gets ambushed by some people and loses his memory. This series first aired on television in 2018.
The Big Show Show - Christmas (2020) - December 9th Netflix
The Big Show Show - Christmas (2020) - December 9th
After airing just one season on Netflix, The Big Show Show is now back with a brand new Christmas special. The show features well-known wrestler Paul Wight, popularly known as the Big Show, as he plays an exaggerated version of himself along with his fictional wife and children. The show has also featured some well-known guests, including wrestling legends like Mick Foley, Rikishi, and Mark Henry.
Alice in Borderland (Season 1) - December 10th Netflix
Alice in Borderland (Season 1) - December 10th
Alice in Borderland is a live-action adaptation of a Japanese manga series of the same name. It stars actors like Kento Yamazaki, Tao Tsuchiya, and Nijiro Murakami. The manga series was written and illustrated by Haro Aso. The plot follows a group of high school delinquents who get transported to a parallel wasteland in Tokyo. The group must pass a series of challenges to survive.
The Prom (2020) - December 11th Netflix
The Prom (2020) - December 11th
Directed by Ryan Murphy, The Prom is an American musical comedy that is an adaptation of the eponymous 2018 Broadway musical by Matthew Sklar, Chad Beguelin, and Bob Martin. The movie stars talented Broadway actors like Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, and Keegan-Michael Key as they set off on a mission to help a teenage girl attend prom with her girlfriend.
Tiny Pretty Things (Season 1) - December 14th Netflix
Tiny Pretty Things (Season 1) - December 14th
Tiny Pretty Things is a series starring Lauren Holly, Kylie Jefferson, and Casimere Jollette. This dramatic piece was co-written by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton, and it tells the story of an elite ballet academy and the students as they navigate through the academic years. Things so south when a master student gets attacked and is replaced by someone who must withstand a new world of ruthless competition.
The Professor and the Madman (2019) - December 15th Netflix
The Professor and the Madman (2019) - December 15th
Directed by Farhad Safinia, The Professor and the Madman is a biographical drama film based on the 1998 book by Simon Winchester. The story is about a professor called James Murray, who starts to work on compiling The New English Dictionary on Historical Principles, now known as the Oxford English Dictionary. He was assisted by Dr. W. C. Minor, who was a patient at Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (2020) - December 18th Netflix
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (2020) - December 18th
Directed by George C. Wolfe and written by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom is an American film based on August Wilson's play of the same name. It focuses on a recording session in 1927 with Ma Rainey, who was known as the “Mother of the Blues.” The recording sessions turned out to be quite exciting as tempers and tensions rose between Ma Rainey and her bandmates.
The Midnight Sky (2020) - December 23rd Netflix
The Midnight Sky (2020) - December 23rd
Directed by and starring the extremely talented George Clooney, The Midnight Sky is an American sci-fi film based on a Lily Brooks-Dalton novel called Good Morning, Midnight. Clooney will be joined by Felicity Jones, Kyle Chandler, and David Oyelowo. The story follows the life of a scientist named Augustine and his struggle to stop Sully and her team of astronauts from walking into a global catastrophe.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Season 4) - December 31st Netflix
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Season 4) - December 31st
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, based on a comic series published by Archie Horror, is now all set to release its fourth and final season. Sabrina Spellman, played by Kiernan Shipka, is half-human, half-witch and must face a new set of challenges. This season, the series covers the concept of time travel, as the town of Greendale is being attacked by the Eldritch Terrors.