Netflix has some really good shows for one to watch in the month of December, ranging from thrillers to binge-worthy dramas. Shows like Crown’s Season 6 Part 2 to the awaited Sweet Home Season 2, Netflix is closing the year with drama-heavy shows to keep one engaged.
With American, British, and international shows to hold our attention, Netflix is releasing shows like Thai family drama Analog Squad and Korean historical thriller Gyeongseong Creatures.
So, go through the compilation of 15 new shows to watch in December on Netflix and add it to your calendars.
Sweet Home Season 2
Picking up where season one left, the surviving residents of Green Home Mansion Apartment who have managed to escape humans turned monsters and now face a new outside world that is being held under strict military control. While the other residents learn how to survive in new surroundings, find new friends, and form new enemies, Hyun-soo is kidnapped, and now he has to hone his powers in a way that can save the eradicating humanity.
Starring: Song Kang, Lee Si-young, Lee Jin-wook
Real Husbands of Hollywood: More Kevin, More Problems: Season 1
Over the top, hilarious, and chaotic, Real Husbands of Hollywood: More Kevin, More Problems is a mini-TV series starring Kevin Hart, who is in a race to win a charity competition where the winner will get to be the first celebrity to go up in space. His plan is hindered when he decides to clone himself to be present everywhere all at once, but instead, it leads to more chaos in his life.
Starring: Kevin Hart, Boris Kodjoe, Nelly
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Blood Coast is a French Netflix action thriller that follows a group of police officers. These officers of the law have a special skill set that they use to capture and jail vicious killers, removing them from the streets of Marseille, Paris. And this time, they are after a killer who is hell-bent on creating a bloodbath in the city.
Starring: Jeanne Goursaud, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Tewfik Jallab
I Hate Christmas: Season 2
Gianna is sick and tired of being asked if she has a boyfriend at Christmas parties and dinners every year, making her fear and hate the holiday of Christmas now. Christmas is just around the corner, and now, she has 25 days to find a boyfriend before the dreaded day arrives.
Starring: Pilar Fogliati, Beatrice Arnera, Massimo Rigo
A Thai family drama about a found family, Analog Squad is a Netflix show set in the 1990s. Pond is devastated to find his father is dying, and to make him breathe his last happily and without any worry, Pond decides to hire people to pretend to be his family. He contacts his ex, Lily, to pretend to be his wife while he ropes two playful teenagers to play with their children.
Starring: Nopachai Chaiyanam, Greg Garcia, Namfon Kullanat Preeyawat
My Life With the Walter Boys
Adapted by a Wattpad novel of the same name, My Life With the Walter Boys follows a teenager, Jackie Howard, who has to leave her city life of Manhattan behind after a tragic accident and move to a rural small town in Colorado. Her new guardians are the Walters, who have 10 sons. The series is a coming-of-age teen drama about finding family, friendship, and love.
Starring: Nikki Rodriguez, Sarah Rafferty, Noah LaLonde
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 6
Netflix is kicking off the Christmas goodies by finally airing last year’s holiday season of The Great British Baking Show. With contestants fighting for the glory of being the Star Baker, the show will also invite celebrity guests like Gaby Roslin, Sir Tony Robinson, and Claire Sweeny.
Starring: Matt Lucas, Noel Fielding, Prue Leith
Single’s Inferno is a South Korean reality TV dating show inviting 9 gorgeous and beautiful men and women on a deserted island. The singles have to find their other perfect half before they can escape the island with them and cross over to another island called Paradise.
Starring: Jin Young Kim, Lee Nadine, Lee Da-hee
As the Crow Flies: Season 2
A Turkish thriller, As the Crow Flies is a show full of drama and mystery. The show explores the dark side of ambitious humans and the actions they take to climb to the top. Asli is ambitious and hungry for fame after she encounters Lale, a seasoned and professional news anchor.
Starring: Birce Akalay, Miray Daner, Item Sak
Crown: Season 6 Part 2
With Part 1 of Season 6 of Crown ending with Diana’s car crash of 1997, the plot will progress in Part 2 to show the aftermath of her death. Following this is the dramatization of Prince Charles and his girlfriend Camilla’s wedding, the golden jubilee celebration in the name of Queen Elizabeth, and the budding romance between college-going Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Starring: Dominic West, Ed McVey, Meg Bellamy
The Hills: Seasons 3-4
Netflix brings the 3rd and 4th seasons of the 2006 show The Hills, which centers around young adults who live in Los Angeles, California. The melodramatic show follows these young people through various relationships, career achievements, and downfalls, trying to balance the two.
Starring: Lauren Conrad, Audrina Patridge, Whitney Port
Love is Blind Brazil: After the Altar
This season of Love is Blind Brazil: After the Altar brings the old faces from the past seasons and conducts a reunion full of drama, potential of rekindling romance, and some closure of a few people.
Starring: Bianca Sessa, Jarbas Andrade, Daniela Silva
The Sand Flower
Ssireum is a form of Korean Wrestling, and Kim Baek-doo is a prodigy of it. But life is not going well for him as his team has decided to go through disbandment, and he is heartbroken, even contemplating retirement. He then ends up meeting his childhood best friend, Oh Yoo-kyung, who decides to manage his team and rekindles the fragile fire inside him to fight again.
Starring: Jang Dong-yoon, Lee Joo-myung, Kim Bo-ra
Gyeongseong Creature: Season 1 Part 1
In 1945, when Korea’s Gyeongseong region was invaded by the Japanese and slowly occupied by them, two people discovered an increase in the number of missing people. Along with fear, war, and greed, something is born that is monstrous in nature and is taking human lives.
Starring: Park Seo-joon, Han So-hee, Wi Ha-joon