November 29, 2021

Netflix: the films and series arriving on the platform in December 2021

So that the year 2021 ends in style …

This month on Netflix, fans of The Money Heist are going to take out their handkerchiefs to bid farewell to the Professor and his very studious students whose adventures (abracadabrantesque) will come to an end. But good news, the platform will already offer the second seasons very much attired of two other of its successful series: Emily in Paris and The Witcher. On the film side, Netflix is ​​releasing heavy artillery with Don’t look up, satirical comedy carried by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence who will also be surrounded by Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Timothée Chalamet, Matthew Perry or Tomer Sisley, sorry! And after the big success of Black Bird in 2018 (one of Netflix’s most viewed movies), Sandra Bullock is back with Unforgivable, a thriller. What about Christmas comedies then? Netflix has already unsheathed almost all of its seasonal house productions in November but they still have a few under their elbow, including That romance blows – a title that already makes you want to get under the covers, right?

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Series coming to Netflix in December 2021

Lost in space, season 3 (December 1)
Coyotes (December 2)
The Paper House: Part 5 Vol. 2 (December 3)
Titans, season 3 (December 8)
Our big family, season 4 (December 9)
Aranyak: The secrets of the forest (December 10)
Their Roaring Twenties (December 10)
Saturday Morning All Star Hits ! (December 10)
How To Ruin Christmas: The Funeral (December 10)
Inspector Koo (December 11)
The Future Diary (December 14)
The Witcher, season 2 (December 14)
What Happened in Oslo (December 19)
Elite: Short Stories (December 15, Phillipe / Caye / Felipe, December 20, Samuel / Omar, December 23, Patrick)
Emily in Paris, season 2 (December 22)
The Silent Sea (December 24)
Completely on edge, mini-series (December 29)
Kitz (December 30)
Don’t go away, mini-series (December 31) – After Harlan Coben
Cobra Kai, season 4 (December 31)

Movies coming to Netflix in December 2021

The Power of the Dog (December 1) – Charismatic breeder Phil Burbank inspires fear and admiration. He lives hard on the new wife of his brother and his son … until he catches a glimpse of love.
The Whole Truth (December 2) – When a brother and sister discover a strange hole in the wall of their grandparents’ house, horrific incidents reveal their family’s dark secrets.
That romance blows (December 2) – At Christmas, Peter decides to pass off his best friend as his mate. But his plans are turned upside down when his family members play matchmaker.
Cobalt Blue (December 3) – When a budding author and his nonconformist sister fall in love with the enigmatic tenant of the family home, the sequence of events upsets their traditions.
The Cassette (December 3) – Synopsis: In 1999, young Beverly discovers the broken cassette of a compilation made by her deceased parents. By researching these songs, she will get to know them better.
David and the elves (December 6) – Jaded and overworked, an elf flees to the real world in an attempt to feel the magic of Christmas with the help of a young boy who becomes his friend.
The Claus Family 2 (December 7) – Delivering gifts is Santa’s sole mission. But when Jules takes over the reins from his grandfather, he is faced with a special wish from a little girl.
Of the (December 10) – Two strangers wake up, their abdomens sewn together. And the shock is all the greater when they discover who is behind their appalling torment.
Anonymous (December 10) – Born of a text message sent by mistake, the virtual friendship between Vale and Alex turns to romance. But both are unaware that they have already met in the flesh.
Even more beautiful (December 10) – After breaking up with the man of her dreams, Marta finds love with an artist. But life has some surprises in store for this sick young woman and her friends.
Back home (December 10) – They are sometimes a little scary, but these deeply misunderstood creatures have hearts of gold. And if they escape from their prison, it is to find a home!
Unforgivable (December 10) – Released from prison, a woman convicted of murder returns to a society that refuses to forgive her and seeks the little sister she was forced to abandon.
God’s hand (December 15) – In the Naples of the 80s, the young Fabietto lives his passion for football when the family tragedy strikes which will forge his fragile but promising future as a filmmaker.
Best wishes from Lagos (December 16) – A mother’s Christmas dream, and all that it entails, sparks fierce competition between her three sons.
Christmas in California: City Lights (December 16) – A year into their romance, Callie and Joseph leave the ranch to run family affairs in San Francisco. Could there be marriage in the air?
Don’t Look Up: Cosmic Denial (December 24) – Two panicked astronomers embark on a media tour to warn humanity that a killer comet is hitting Earth. But there is still more serious, no?
Christmas Antipodes (December 24) – A holiday tale, a romantic comedy … and above all the story of a grumpy man in his thirties who lets himself be carried away by the Christmas spirit, much reluctantly.
Minnal Murali : By the Power of Lightning (December 24) – Endowed with special powers after being struck by lightning, a tailor must face an unexpected foe to become the superhero their hometown needs.
Lulli (December 26) – After being electrocuted by an MRI machine, an ambitious medical student begins to hear the thoughts of others. With Larissa Manoela.
The Lost Daughter (December 31) – A woman’s peaceful seaside vacation comes to a head when her obsession with a young mother staying at a nearby villa awakens a painful past.

Documentaries and reality shows coming to Netflix in December 2021

La Casa de Papel: From Tokyo to Berlin: Volume 2 (December 3) – A page turns for the showrunners and cast of “La casa de papel” who share filming secrets and say goodbye to the cult series.
Coming Out Colton (December 3) – Former NFL player and reality TV star The Bachelor, Colton Underwood tackles the most intense challenge of his life: taking his place in the LGBTQ community.
See(December 6) – In this collection of visual essays, moviegoers reflect on moments in cinema that enchanted, bewildered, shaken and changed them forever.
Love and Music: The Camargo Family (December 9) – In this intimate reality TV series with family and friends, Zezé Di Camargo and his daughter Wanessa spend time together and collaborate creatively.
The good taste of bikers (December 11) – Traveling around Korea on a motorbike on a dream trip, friends Rain and Ro Hong-chul relax while feasting on tasty food and scenic locations.
Selling Tampa (December 15) – The ladies of Allure Realty, an all-female real estate agency owned by blacks, rule the luxurious waterfront and combine business with pleasure.
Like a fish in its reef (December 16) – In search of a home in the Great Barrier Reef, a tiny pufferfish ventures into a wonderful microscopic world populated by fantastic creatures.
Save who pécho! (December 25) – Singles seek love on a desert island that only couples can leave, with a romantic getaway to a heavenly place.
Stories of a Generation – with Pope Francis (mini-series) (December 25) – From around the world, Pope Francis and other men and women over 70, famous and otherwise, share their stories with young directors.
Crime scene: The Times Square killer (December 29)

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