New to Netflix in December

Original Series

Fauda: Season 1 (2/12/2016)

Learning that the Hamas militant he thought he killed is still at large, veteran Israeli operative Doron comes out of retirement to hunt down his foe.

Fuller House: Season 2 (9/12/2016)

The Tanner family’s adventures continue as DJ Tanner-Fuller shares a home with her sister Stephanie and friend Kimmy who help raise her three boys.

White Rabbit Project: Season 1 (9/12/2016)

Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara investigate jailbreaks, superpower technology, heists and other pop culture, science and history topics.

Club De Cuervos: Season 2 (9/12/2016)

Siblings Chava and Isabel continue their quest to one-up each other and take full control of Cuervos FC.

Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency: Season 1 (11/12/2016)

An eccentric sleuth and his assistant wend their way through a big mystery, creeping closer to the truth with each episode in this comedic thriller.

Nobel: Season 1 (13/12/2016)

A series of incidents in Afghanistan set complicated political and personal events in motion for a returning Norwegian Special Forces officer.

Crazyhead: Season 1 (16/12/2016)

Bowling alley worker Amy and socially inept Raquel kick some serious demon butt while also facing their inner demons as they navigate their early 20s.

No Second Chance: Season 1 (16/12/2016)

A doctor is shot in the back in her home, her husband is murdered and her infant daughter kidnapped. Faced with inept police, who at times suspect her, she begins her own hunt for her baby and the culprits.

Van Helsing: Season 1 (17/12/2016)

When Vanessa Van Helsing awakens from a coma, she learns that vampires have taken over the world and the fate of humanity rests on her shoulders.

Ten Percent: Season 1 (20/12/2016)

In the wake of their boss’s unexpected death, four Parisian talent agents have their hands full managing their clients’ careers.

Travelers: Season 1 (23/12/2016)

They’re from the future but they’re living in our time. These seemingly ordinary people are secretly working to save us all from a tragic fate.

Chasing Cameron (27/12/2016)

Get an inside look at the life of social media sensation Cameron Dallas with this show that follows him as he takes his career to the next level.

Ajin: Season 2 (27/12/2016)

Sato will stop at nothing in his bloodthirsty quest for world domination. To stop him, Kei and Ko will have to make some hard choices.

Original Film

Spectral (9/12/16)

When an otherworldly force wreaks havoc on a war-torn European city, an engineer teams up with an elite Special Ops unit to stop it.

Barry (16/12/16)

A young Barack Obama deals with race, culture and identity while finding his way as a New York City college student in this fact-inspired film.

Original Comedy

Reggie Watts: Spatial (06/12/16)

The comedian/musician waxes poetic about flight, grits and guns in this one-of-a-kind surrealist, experimental, improvised comedy adventure. 

Ricardo O’Farrill: Christmas Special (12/12/2016)

Gabriel Iglesias: Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry (20/12/16)

Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias delights a packed house in Chicago in his Netflix debut.

Original Documentaries

Hip Hop Evolution: Season 1 (2/12/2016)

Influential MCs, DJs and moguls trace hip-hop’s growth from the basements of the Bronx to the top of the charts.

The Cuba Libre Story: Season 1 (8/12/2016)

Recounts the tumultuous history of Cuba, a nation of foreign conquest, freedom fighters and Cold War political machinations.

Captive: Season 1 (09/12/16)

This riveting series features hostage situations around the world, offering an inside look at the tense negotiations and life-or-death stakes.

Original Children’s Series

Lost & Found Music Studios: Season 2 (03/12/16)

Rachel gets a record deal. Clara exhibits strange behavior that brings up unresolved issues from the past for John. Luke and Leia reach an agreement.

Luna Petunia: Season 1 (09/12/16)

Luna Petunia follows the adventures of a girl who lives in our world and plays in a dreamland where she learns how to make the impossible possible.

The Adventures of Puss in Boots: Season 4 (16/12/16)

Our fuzzy, fearless feline swaggers and swashbuckles through more fun-filled adventures as he seeks to defeat the dreaded Bloodwolf.

Trollhunters: Season 1(23/12/16)

From master storyteller Guillermo del Toro, a fantastical new world wrapped around two best friends who make a startling discovery beneath their town.

Highlights: Film

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (1/12/16)

White Girl (1/12/16)

Wildflower (1/12/16)

Just Friends (1/12/16)

Material Girls (1/12/16)

Twilight 1-4 (1/12/16)

Haute Cuisine (1/12/16)

Too Late (1/12/16)

Dark Shadows (1/12/16)

Dumb and Dumber (1/12/16)

Blue Jay (7/12/16)

Other People (8/12/16)

(500) Days of Summer (14/12/16)

Matilda (21/12/16)

Selma (17/12/16)

The Birdcage (21/12/16)

Sleepless in Seattle (21/12/16)

Black Hawk Down (28/12/16)

Crazy Ex-GF (31/12/16)

Highlights: TV

A Cook’s Tour: Seasons 1 -2 (1/12/16)

Hit Record on TV with Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Season 2 (12/12/16)

Beauty Shop (14/12/16)

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Season 3 (15/12/16)

The Secret River: Season 1 (15/12/16)

The Good Wife: Season 7 (19/12/16).

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One Response to “New to Netflix in December”

  1. Netflix has certainly got some great sounding shows coming and YAY, 500 Days of Summer, one of my favourite movies 🙂

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