With the holiday season fast approaching, Netflix has lined up a pretty mega package of original content to engage its fans during the Christmas and New Year period. With quite a collection of movies and TV shows to look forward to, we’ve picked out the most exciting new additions coming to Netflix in the month of December 2023.
The Archies – December 7
The iconic Archie comics that served as the basis for Riverdale have been given the Bollywood treatment in this upcoming series.
Under pressure: the U.S. Women’s World Cup team – Dec. 12
This documentary follows the U.S. women’s soccer team during their campaign at the recent World Cup.
The Crown (Season 6 – Part 2) – Dec. 14
After six seasons, the drama series finally ends in December, exploring the last part of Queen Elizabeth’s reign.
Yu Yu Hakusho – December 14
This Japanese live-action adaptation looks to put a unique spin on the iconic manga and anime of the same name.
Ricky Gervais: Armageddon – Dec. 25
The famous comedian is back for another (undoubtedly) record-breaking stand-up special.
Pokémon Concierge – Dec. 28
The Pokémon Company and Netflix have teamed up to bring to life the adventures of Haru and various pocket monsters, all during their stay at a Pokémon Resort.
Berlin – December 29
This Money Heist prequel sees the return of Pedro Alonso and revolves around his time in Berlin during its golden age.
May, December – December 1
Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore star in this drama about a young actress who travels to Georgia to study the life of a controversial woman.
Green Lantern (2011) – Dec. 7
Ryan Reynolds shines as the DC hero in this notoriously bad superhero movie.
Leave the World Behind – Dec. 8
A star-studded cast of Julia Roberts, Mahershala Ali, Ethan Hawke and Myha’la Herrold leads this post-apocalyptic comedy.
Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget – Dec. 15
Aardman is back with a brand new stop-motion animation project that continues the story of the famous Chicken Run series.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Extended Edition (2021) – December 15
You’ve seen the original version, but prepare for a Spider-Man bonanza with 11 minutes of additional No Way Home footage in this extended version.
American Underdog (2021) – Dec. 16
Zachary Levi stars as former Hall of Fame quarterback, Kurt Warner, in this biopic about the life of the NFL player.
Marry Me (2021) – Dec. 16
Owen Wilson and Jennifer Lopez come together for this romcom that quickly becomes anything but a love story.
Maestro – Dec. 20
Bradley Cooper plays and directs in this dramatized look at the life of composer Leonard Bernstein, along with Carey Mulligan.
Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire – Dec. 22
In the first installment of Zack Snyder’s promising and action-packed sci-fi film series, Rebel Moon, Sofia Boutella stars as an alien defending a peaceful colony from a tyrannical power.