Movies Coming to Netflix in December 

Movies Coming to Netflix in December 

Movies Coming to Netflix in December 

It’s finally time to binge all of your favorite holiday films. 

It’s finally time to binge all of your favorite holiday films. 

Text: Madison San Miguel

There’s nothing better than sitting by a crackling fire while sipping a warm cup of hot chocolate and listening to your favorite holiday tunes. This will soon become our reality as November comes to its end. Although some people may be gathering their wish list already, I, on the other hand, am gathering my list of must-watch holiday films to enjoy all month long. Lucky for us, Netflix has prepared viewers with releases that are perfect for the season, all the way from cheesy rom-coms to beloved holiday classics. 

See the upcoming films arriving on the streaming platform below. 

Courtesy of Netflix

December 1st

Closer

Final Destination 5

Fool’s Gold

Green Snake

Knight Rider 2000

Looper

The Legend of Zorro

The Power of the Dog

Think Like a Man

December 2nd

Single All The Way

The Alpinist

The Whole Truth

December 3rd

Cobalt Blue

Mixtape

Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas

December 6th

David and the Elves

December 7th

Nicole Byer: BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo)

December 8th

Carolin Kebekus: The Last Christmas Special

December 9th

Asakusa Kid

December 10th

Anonymously Yours

Back to the Outback

Still Out of My League

The Shack

The Unforgivable

Two

December 11th

Fast Color

December 13th

Eye in the Sky

December 14th

Russell Howard: Lubricant

December 15th

The Hand of God

December 16th

A Naija Christmas

A California Christmas: City Lights

Darkest Hour

Puff: Wonders of the Reef

The Guardian / Thiên Than Ho Menh

December 22nd

Grumpy Christmas

December 24th

1000 Miles from Christmas

Don’t Look Up

Minnal Murali

December 31st

The Lost Daughter

Credits: Cover image courtesy of Netflix

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