A Whole List of Thrilling New Netflix Series and Films are Set to Premiere this December

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MANILA, Philippines—New movie releases to enjoy over the holidays as Christmas is fast approaching. To end the year in style, prepare your pen and paper and take note of these new movies and series that Netflix has to offer. Including the early-anticipated season of our favorite series, new television shows, and more.

Top Pick’s this month

Here are the eagerly anticipated new seasons of our favorite shows, ranging from new series to new seasons of our old faves, as well as new films to be released.

Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Part 2: December 9

Thieves seize control of a unified Korea’s mint. With hostages trapped inside, the police must apprehend them — as well as the enigmatic mastermind behind it all.

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Emily in Paris: Season: December 21

Emily arrives at a career and romantic crossroads a year after moving to Paris for her dream job, forcing her to decide where her future lies.

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Alice in Borderland: Season 2: December 22

The games are more dangerous, and this world is more dangerous and cruel; but will Arisu ever return to the real world — and will it be worth everything he’s lost.

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery: December 23

Detective Benoit Blanc travels to Greece in the sequel to Rian Johnson’s Knives Out to peel back the layers of a mystery involving a new cast of colorful suspects.

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Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical: December 25

Meet Matilda, an extraordinary young woman with a sharp mind and a vivid imagination takes a risk to change her story, with miraculous results.

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Christmas Related Films

It’s a Wonderful Life: December 1

When a guardian angel comes across a depressed George Bailey about to jump off a bridge, he shows him what life would have been like if he had never been born.

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Angel Falls Christmas: December 1

A workaholic doctor sets out to show her ex that she has the Christmas spirit. Are you looking for assistance with your holiday to-do list? Of course, an angelic barista.

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Scrooge: A Christmas Carol: December 2

The selfish miser Ebenezer Scrooge has one night on a chilly Christmas Eve to confront his past and alter the future before time runs out.

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Delivery by Christmas: December 6

When a vengeful coworker sabotages her deliveries, a courier and a helpful customer must race against the clock to deliver Christmas gifts to their intended recipients.

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A Bad Moms Christmas: December 9

The Stressed-out moms Amy, Carla and Kiki are back, and the looming Christmas holiday gets even more daunting when their mothers show up for a visit.

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I Believe in Santa: December 14  

After five happy months dating Tom, Lisa’s horrified to learn he’s obsessed with her least favorite holiday. Is it time to give Christmas another chance?

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Who Killed Santa? A Murderville Murder Mystery: December 15

Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) is back as Senior Detective, and this time the case is critical. He’s on a mission with two celebrity guests, Jason Bateman and Maya Rudolph, to figure out who killed Santa.

The catch is that Jason Bateman and Maya Rudolph will not be given the script. They are completely unaware of what is about to happen to them. They’ll have to improvise their way through the case with Terry Seattle.

However, it will be up to both of them to identify the murderer. Based on Tiger Aspect Productions’ and Shiny Button Productions’ BAFTA-winning BBC3 series Murder in Successville.

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Action-Packed Films

Warriors of Future: December 2

A suicide squad has only hours to prevent their post-apocalyptic city from collapsing after a meteor bearing a deadly plant crashes the planet.

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Hot Skull: December 2

In a dystopian society where disease is communicated by verbal exchange, a totalitarian institution hunts out a linguist who is immune to the illness.

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CAT: December 9

A former police informant who is now living under a false identity is asked to infiltrate a large drug organization but finds a perilous link to his troubled past.

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The Recruit: December 16

When a former asset threatens to reveal agency secrets, a new lawyer at the CIA stumbles headlong into the perilous realm of international espionage.

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Anime’s you’ll definitely enjoy

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure STONE OCEAN The Final Episodes: December 1

Jolyne’s problems have only become worse, but she is determined to do everything in her power to foil Father Pucchi’s scheme.

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Gudetama: An Eggcellent Adventure: December 13

The sluggish egg Gudetama grudgingly sets out on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure with the chick Shakipiyo, who is determined to track down their mother.

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The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh Part 1: December 20

When evil forces attempt to disturb Brittania’s tranquility, a young prince sets out on a dangerous quest to save those he loves and learn the extent of his actual abilities.

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Exciting movies for the family

Bring your family together for a fun-filled movie night to kick off your December with new family flicks that everyone will love.

The Boss Baby: Christmas Bonus: December 6

The Boss Baby mistakenly switches places with one of Santa’s helpers on Christmas Eve and ends up trapped at the North Pole, giving the holiday a twist.

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Sonic Prime: December 15

Sonic races through multiple realms to find his buddies and save the Earth after an apocalyptic fight with Dr. Eggman destroys the cosmos.

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Brown and Friends: December 29

A group of pals who enjoy having fun meet together at a nice local coffee shop and engage in a variety of escapades.

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More titles you shouldn’t miss

Lady Chatterley’s Lover: December 2

The Aristocrat Lady Chatterley, who is unhappily married, begins a passionate relationship with the gamekeeper on her husband’s country estate and falls in love with him.

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Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio: December 9

In this breathtaking stop-motion musical narrative, Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro reimagines the traditional legend of a wooden puppet brought to life.

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Alchemy of Souls: December 10

When a young woman who is a prisoner in her own home begs his assistance to restore her freedom, Uk turns becomes a hunter of the soul-swapped.

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The Witcher: Blood Origin: December 25

Seven outcasts in the elven world band together in a blood quest against an unstoppable power more than a thousand years before to the world of The Witcher.

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Treason: December 26

An MI6 agent’s promising future abruptly changes when he reunites with a Russian spy and is forced to reflect on his entire life.

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White Noise: December 30

White Noise dramatizes a modern American family’s attempts to deal with the everyday conflicts of life while pondering the universal mysteries of love, death, and the possibility of happiness in an unknowable world. It is simultaneously hilarious and horrifying, lyrical and absurd, ordinary and apocalyptic.

Don DeLillo’s book served as the inspiration for Noah Baumbach’s screenplay, which he also directed.

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The Glory: Coming Soon

A woman sets her carefully thought-out revenge plan into motion after growing up in a painful and violent environment. featuring Lee Do-hyun and Song Hye-kyo.

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