New to Netflix in December

Original Series

The Sound of Your Heart: Reboot Season 2 (3/12/2018)

As Ae-bong’s husband and father of an adorable baby daughter, Seok finds fresh inspiration from his new family and changing responsibilities.

Dogs of Berlin (7/12/2018)

Two cops investigate the murder of a famous Turkish-German soccer player, but their ethnic and underworld connections mire the case in controversy.

The Hook Up Plan (7/12/2018)

When Parisian Elsa gets hung up on her ex, her best friends secretly hire a male escort to help her move on. But their plan works a little too well.

El Recluso (7/12/2018)

An ex-Marine poses as an inmate inside a Mexican prison in order to infiltrate a gang suspected of kidnapping an American judge’s teen daughter.

Pine Gap (7/12/2018)

At top-secret U.S.-Australian joint defense facility Pine Gap, fissures appear in the critical alliance as spies work with, and against, each other.

The Ranch: Part 6 (7/12/2018)

Colt confronts the challenges of running a ranch as he and Abby get ready to become parents. And a second new arrival keeps the Bennetts on their toes.

Nailed It! Holiday! (7/12/2018)

It’s the Nailed It! holiday special you’ve been waiting for, with missing ingredients, impossible asks and desserts that look delightfully sad.

Bad Blood (7/12/2018)

This sprawling crime drama follows the true story of the Rizzuto family and its associates, who presided over organised crime in Montreal for decades.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale (14/12/2018)

As the winter solstice approaches, Sabrina orchestrates an emotional séance with serious consequences, and Susie’s merry plans turn menacing.

The Fix (14/12/2018)

Comedians Jimmy Carr, D.L. Hughley and Katherine Ryan tackle the world’s woes with help from a rotating crew of funny guests and actual experts.

The Protector (14/12/2018)

Discovering his ties to a secret ancient order, a young man living in modern Istanbul embarks on a quest to save the city from an immortal enemy.

Fuller House: Season 4 (14/12/2018)

DJ and Steve rekindle their flame — and a new member of the family is on the way!

Travelers: Season 3 (14/12/2018)

With the truth about their existence exposed to the world, MacLaren and his team must cover their tracks, partner with the FBI, and find Traveler 001.

Tidelands (14/12/2018)

Ex-con Cal McTeer’s return to her hometown Orphelin Bay blows the lid off a generations-long conspiracy of silence around murder, drugs and sirens.

Inside the Real Narcos: Series 1 (14/12/2018)

Special Forces soldier Jason Fox embeds himself with drug cartels in Mexico, Colombia and Peru to understand the people involved and how they operate.

Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 3 (14/12/2018)

Investigative journalist Raphael Rowe, who was once wrongfully convicted of murder, visits prisons in Colombia, Costa Rica, Romania and Norway.

Sunderland Til I Die (14/12/2018)

This docuseries follows English soccer club Sunderland through the 2017-18 season as they try to bounce back after relegation from the Premier League.

Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 5 (18/12/2018)

Takayuki and Aya keep going on dates, but Takayuki’s heart may be set on someone else. New member Shunsuke begins a journey of self-discovery.

Perfume (21/12/2018)

A perfumer with a superhuman sense of smell begins killing female students at a boarding school to distill their essence and create the perfect scent.

Diablero (21/12/2018)

A supernatural fight between good and evil unfolds on the colourful streets of Mexico when a priest enlists the help of a crew led by a legendary demon hunter.

Derry Girls (21/12/2018)

Set against the backdrop of the Northern Ireland Troubles, this comic series follows a group of friends as they navigate their teens in the early 1990s.

7 Days Out (21/12/2018)

Unprecedented, behind-the-scenes access to some of the most exciting events in the world, from Karl Lagerfeld preparing for the latest Chanel Haute Couture collection to NASA’s groundbreaking Cassini mission.

BÖRÜ (Wolf) (21/12/2018)

Tasked with risky operations across Turkey, members of a special security unit confront danger and tragedy both on the field and at home.

You (26/12/2018) 

Obsessed with an aspiring writer, a brilliant bookstore manager begins quietly and strategically removing all obstacles that keep her from him.

Selection Day (28/12/2018)

Between an overbearing father and an underhanded system, a cricket prodigy and his brother grapple with their own ambitions, demons and identities.

Murder Mountain (28/12/2018)

A man goes missing in Humboldt County, California, exposing a dangerous and untenable web of violence, drugs and police apathy.

Watership Down: Limited Series (coming in December)

A warren of rabbits battles many threats on their daring journey to find a new home in this adaptation of the classic novel by Richard Adams.

Weekly Series

Memories of the Alhambra (01/12/2018)

While looking for the cryptic creator of an innovative augmented-reality game, an investment firm executive meets a woman who runs a hostel in Spain.

Original Film

Battle (1/12/2018)

The right steps. The wrong attitude. But then she shares the dance floor with a new partner, and the rhythm of love takes over.

Crossroads: One Two Jaga (1/12/2018)

Immigrant laborers and corrupt police. In a world of desperation, doing the right thing isn’t just hard. It’s dangerous.

5 Star Christmas (7/12/2018)

Away from their spouses. Away from the paparazzi and nosy reporters. It’s a foolproof, Christmastime tryst — what could go wrong?

Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (7/12/2018)

Director Andy Serkis reinvents Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book with a cast led by Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, Freida Pinto, Matthew Rhys and Naomie Harris.

Dumplin’ (7/12/2018)

Dumplin’ (Danielle Macdonald) is the plus-size, teenage daughter of a former beauty queen (Jennifer Aniston), who signs up for her mom’s pageant as a protest that escalates when other contestants follow her footsteps, revolutionizing the pageant and their small Texas town.

ROMA (14/12/2018)

This film from Oscar winner Alfonso Cuarón chronicles a tumultuous year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.

Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski (21/12/2018)

Underground artists in L.A. discover the work of a forgotten Polish sculptor, a mad genius whose true story unfolds chapter by astounding chapter.

Bad Seeds (21/12/2018)

Troubled by his past, a scam artist who runs a petty racket with his adoptive mom finds redemption while mentoring a group of difficult students.

Bird Box (21/12/2018)

Five years after a wave of mass suicides decimates the population, a woman and her two children embark on a desperate, dangerous quest for sanctuary.

La Noche de 12 Años (28/12/2018)

Three political prisoners, including future president of Uruguay José Mujica, are held in clandestine captivity by Uruguay’s military dictatorship.

When Angels Sleep (28/12/2018)

A businessman falls asleep at the wheel and hits a woman with his car. His interactions with her frightened friend unleash a string of dark events.

Original Comedy

Vir Das: Losing It (11/12/2018)

Vir Das touches on world travel, religion, his desire to be an Indian superhero and more.

Ellen DeGeneres: Relatable (18/12/2018)

Marks Ellen’s return to stand-up after a 15-year hiatus.  

Original Documentary

The American Meme (7/12/2018)

Follow four social media disruptors — Paris Hilton, Josh Ostrovsky, Brittany Furlan and Kirill Bichutsky — as they hustle to create online empires.

ReMastered: Who Killed Jam Master Jay? (7/12/18)

As a groundbreaking ’80s rap act, Run-D.M.C. brought hip-hop to the mainstream. But the murder of the group’s DJ, Jam Master Jay, remains a mystery.

Out of Many, One (12/12/2018)

As they prepare for their naturalization tests, several legal immigrants discuss what drove them to seek better opportunities in America.

The Innocent Man (14/12/2018)

Based on the true crime best-seller by John Grisham, this six-part series focuses on two murders that shook the small town of Ada, Oklahoma, in the 1980s — and the controversial chain of events that followed.

Springsteen on Broadway (16/12/2018)

In this acclaimed show based on his best-selling autobiography, Bruce Springsteen performs acoustic versions of his music and shares personal stories.

Original Series for Kids

Free Rein: The Twelve Neighs of Christmas (7/12/2018)

As Bright Fields preps for its Mistletoe Ball, a broken ornament leads Zoe to a family secret, while Gaby finds herself at the mercy of new boss Mia.

Super Monsters and the Wish Star (7/12/2018)

Deck the halls with holiday magic and get ready for a fun, festive time. 

Dance & Sing with True: Songs (14/12/2018)

True and her friends are making music — and they want you to dance and sing along.

Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 8 (14/12/2018)

A team of teenagers continues to work together, fighting the forces of evil amid an epic intergalactic battle to protect the universe.

Prince of Peoria: A Christmas Moose Miracle (14/12/2018)

Teddy’s never missed the Festival of Lights, but the bowling alley’s been snowed in! Not to worry — Emil insists the Christmas moose will save the day.

3Below: Tales of Arcadia (21/12/2018)

After crash-landing in Arcadia, two royal teen aliens struggle to blend in as they evade intergalactic bounty hunters. Created by Guillermo del Toro.

Alexa & Katie: Season 2 (26/12/2018)

For best friends Alexa and Katie, sophomore year brings budding romance, a major breakup, a birthday milestone — and big lessons they’ll never forget.

Netflix Original Anime

Hero Mask (3/12/2018)

After a rash of mysterious deaths, Crown prosecutor Sarah Sinclair and SSC agent James Blood discover a conspiracy surrounding uncanny new bio-masks.

Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas (7/12/2018)

The holidays take a hit as Kaz juggles the Secret Santa competition, his Aunt Angelique’s visit and his nemesis Arcangelo’s Christmas plotting.

Back Street Girls: Gokudols (12/12/2018)

To pay for an epic blunder, three yakuza brothers are forced to alter their bodies, form a girl group and break into the underground J-Pop idol scene.

Baki (18/12/2018)

While martial arts champion Baki Hanma trains hard to surpass his legendary father, five violent death row inmates descend upon Tokyo to take him on.

Last Hope: Part 2 (21/12/2018)

The Pandora team continues to endure a barrage of setbacks that threaten the city, while a vengeful Mr. Gold awaits his chance to enact revenge.

Sirius the Jeager (21/12/2018)

In imperial Tokyo, a group calling themselves “Jaegers” secretly hunt the vampires seeking the Ark of Sirius. Among them is young werewolf, Yuliy.

Hi Score Girl (24/12/2018)

A chronic gamer abysmally inept in academics and sports finally meets his match at his usual shady arcade — and it’s his rich classmate, Akira.

TV Highlights

SistersSeason 1 (7/12/2018)

Schitt’s Creek: Season 4: “Christmas” (19/12/2018)

Tales by Light: Season 3 (21/12/2018)

Yummy Mummies: Season 1 (28/12/2018)

Grimm: Seasons 5-6 (31/12/2018)

Film Highlights

Miracles from Heaven (6/12/2018)

About a Boy (7/12/2018)

Paul (7/12/2018)

American Graffiti (7/12/2018)

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (7/12/2018)

The Change-Up (7/12/2018)

The Holiday (7/12/2018)

Brooklyn (8/12/2018)

La La Land (9/12/2018)

The Founder (12/12/2018)

A Cure for Wellness (14/12/2018)

Don’t Think Twice (14/12/2018)

The Taking of Deborah Logan (15/12/2018)

The Great Wall (21/12/2018)

Now You See Me (21/12/2018)  

Carrie (23/12/2018)  

Philomena (29/12/2018)

Ghost in the Shell (31/12/2018).

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2 Responses to “New to Netflix in December”

  1. YAY, seasons 5 and 6 of Grimm, it certainly took a while.

  2. Bye bye Daredevil. T’was nice knowing ya. Bring on Disney+. And global Hulu.

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