Check early rundown of what will be available on Netflix in December 2023. This list includes all the movies, series, specials, and games that will arrive in December, whether they are original productions or licensed titles.
Here’s a full list of what’s coming to Netflix in December 2023:
- DC Movie Collection: Films like “Man of Steel,” “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “Suicide Squad,” and more.
- “Holey Moley”: A family competition golf series.
- “Hunter Killer”: An action thriller starring Gerard Butler.
- “May December”: A drama headlined by Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore.
- “Lucy”: A sci-fi action movie starring Scarlett Johansson.
- “Radical Wolfe”: A documentary on writer Tom Wolfe.
- “She’s The Man”: A romantic comedy starring Amanda Bynes and Channing Tatum.
- “Sweet Home” (Season 2): The return of the South Korean horror series.
- “The Meg”: An action-horror film with Jason Statham and a gigantic shark.
- “Who We Become”: A documentary about three young Filipino women dealing with a global pandemic.
- “Tale of the Nine Tailed” (Season 1): A K-drama fantasy romance series.
- “The Commuter”: An action thriller starring Liam Neeson.
- “Dew Drop Diaries” (Season 2): The return of the DreamWorks Animated series.
- “I Can Only Imagine”: A Christian biopic drama.
- “The Super Mario Bros Movie”: The video-game adaptation after its Peacock window.
- “Blood Coast” (Season 1): A French action series.
- “Christmas As Usual”: A Norwegian Christmas romantic-comedy movie.
- “Analog Squad” (Season 1): A Thai drama.
- “High Tides” (Season 1): A Belgian teen romance series.
- “Hilda” (Season 3): The final season of the brilliant kids animated series.
- “I Hate Christmas” (Season 2): An Italian Christmas-themed drama.
- “My Life with the Walter Boys” (Season 1): A coming-of-age series adaptation.
- “The Archies”: A Bollywood musical adaptation of the classic comic book.
- “World War II: From the Frontline” (Season 1): A documentary series narrated by John Boyega.
- “Leave The World Behind”: A new thriller adaptation with a big ensemble cast.
- “The Great British Baking Show: Holidays” (Season 6): Holiday-themed spin-off episodes.
- “Love and Monsters”: A sci-fi movie starring Dylan O’Brien and Jessica Henwick.
- “Kevin Hart & Chris Rock: Headliners Only”: A documentary on the comedians’ friendships and careers.
- “Singles Inferno” (Season 3): The next season of the Korean reality series.
- “Under Pressure: The U.S. Women’s World Cup Team” (Season 1): A sports documentary series.
- “1670” (Season 1): A Polish mockumentary period series.
- “Car Masters: Rust to Riches” (Season 5): A car reality series.
- “As the Crow Flies” (Season 2): A Turkish drama series.
- “Married At First Sight” (Season 14): A dating reality series.
- “The Crown” (Season 6 – Part 2): The final part of the flagship biopic series on Queen Elizabeth II.
- “Yu Yu Hakusho” (Season 1): A live-action Japanese adaptation of the classic manga.
- “Face to Face with ETA: Conversations with a Terrorist”: A Spanish documentary.
- “Familia”: A Netflix Original.
- “YOH’ Christmas” (Season 1): A new holiday-themed romantic comedy series from South Africa.
- “Carol & The End of The World” (Limited Series): An animated series about a mysterious planet threatening Earth.
- “Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget”: The return of the chickens in this Netflix Original.
- “Maestro”: A biopic on Leonard Bernstein starring and directed by Bradley Cooper.
- “Love is Blind Brazil: After the Altar”: A special follow-up to the Brazilian spin-off of the dating series.
- “Gyeongseong Creature” (Season 1 – Part 1): A Korean horror series set during the mid-1940s.
- “Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire”: A new sci-fi epic from Zack Snyder.
- “Star Trek: Prodigy” (Season 1): The first season of the animated Star Trek series.
- Season 2 will debut exclusively on Netflix in 2024.
- “Pokémon Concierge” (Season 1): A new stop-motion animated series based on the classic card-collecting game.
- “Money Heist: Berlin” (Season 1): A spin-off focusing on the character played by Pedro Alonso.