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Here’s Everything You Need to Stream on Netflix This December

Whether you are jetting off to a destination far away, or staying in, bundled up—say goodbye to 2023 with these new arrivals on Netflix this season.

The Crown: Season 6, Part 2
Release date: December 1

Synopsis by Netflix: A relationship blossoms between Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed before a fateful car journey has devastating consequences. Prince William tries to integrate back into life at Eton in the wake of his mother’s death as the monarchy has to ride the wave of public opinion. As she reaches her Golden Jubilee, the Queen reflects on the future of the monarchy with the marriage of Charles and Camilla and the beginnings of a new Royal fairytale in William and Kate.

Sweet Home, Season 2
Release date:  December 1

Synopsis by Netflix: A world where desire turns monstrous. The Green Home survivors and Hyun-su each fight to survive in new places, while other beings and mysterious phenomena emerge. New desires and more struggles unfold in this Netflix series.

Blood Coast
Release date: December 6

Synopsis by Netflix: A group of policemen with particular methods who track down a dangerous criminal in order to prevent Marseille from a bloodbath.

Christmas as Usual
Release date: December 6

Synopsis by Netflix: After surprising her Norwegian family with her new boyfriend – from India – Thea Evjen has to make him fit in over the Christmas Holidays. Life-long traditions are bent in every direction as the vibrant colors of Bollywood collide with the cold Norwegian winter.

My Life With the Walter Boys
Release date: December 7

Synopsis by Netflix: Following the loss of her family in a tragic accident, 15-year old Manhattanite Jackie Howard has to learn to adapt to a new life in rural Colorado with her guardian – and 8 very rowdy boys.

I Hate Christmas
Release date: December 7

Synopsis by Netflix: Pilar Fogliati stars in Netflix’s first Italian Christmas series, a comedy about a young woman looking for love. After lying to her family about having a boyfriend, a single nurse begins a desperate search to find a partner by Christmas — which is in 24 days.

Leave the World Behind
Release date: December 8

Synopsis by Netflix: In this apocalyptic thriller from award-winning writer and director Sam Esmail (Mr. Robot), Amanda (Academy Award winner Julia Roberts) and her husband Clay (Academy Award nominee Ethan Hawke), rent a luxurious home for the weekend with their kids, Archie (Charlie Evans) and Rose (Farrah Mackenzie). Their vacation is soon upended when two strangers — G.H. (Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali) and his daughter Ruth (Myha’la) — arrive in the night, bearing news of a mysterious cyberattack and seeking refuge in the house they claim is theirs. The two families reckon with a looming disaster that grows more terrifying by the minute, forcing everyone to come to terms with their places in a collapsing world.

Under Pressure: The U.S. Women’s World Cup Team
Release date: December 12

Synopsis by Netflix: The all-access sports series will allow audiences to intimately follow the U.S. Women’s National Team’s players and coaches and reveal an inside look at the most decorated team in soccer history. Viewers will get a first-hand look at the pressure, the euphoria, the joy, and the hardships that these world-class athletes experience as they strive to capture their third World Cup title in a row. Issues ranging from injury, criticism and doubt, equal pay, and upholding legacies are all brought to light as the narrative unfolds.

Face to Face with ETA: Conversations with a Terrorist
Release date: December 15

Synopsis by Netflix: Face to Face with ETA: Conversations with a Terrorist presents an exclusive interview with one of the key figures in the ETA organization: Josu Urrutikoetxea, also known as Josu Ternera. Hosted by Jordi Évole, this documentary looks at the terrorist group and some of its more significant moments upon its dissolution in 2018. Almost 50 years after an attack, this conversation helps provide answers to one of the terrorist group’s victims.

Release date: December 20

Synopsis by Netflix: Maestro is a towering and fearless love story chronicling the lifelong relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. A love letter to life and art, Maestro at its core is an emotionally epic portrayal of family and love.

Gyeongseong Creature
Release date: December 22

Synopsis by Netflix: In the spring of 1945 at the mysterious Ongseong Hospital in Gyeongseong, an entrepreneur and a sleuth fight for survival and face a creature born from human greed.

Hell Camp: Teen Nightmare
Release date: December 27

Synopsis by Netflix: The brutal conditions of an infamous wilderness therapy camp — and the alleged abuse of the troubled teens who attended — are exposed in this gripping tell-all documentary.

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