What's New on Netflix in December — Plus: Disney+, HBO Max and Others

What to Watch on Netflix 2021

To help you anticipate and navigate all that Netflix has to offer, TVLine presents this comprehensive list of all the TV shows, movies, documentaries and specials making their debut on the streaming service this month — all as a free supplement to our daily What to Watch and weekly TVLine-Up columns.

Among Netflix TV shows this December, you have new seasons of Cobra Kai, Emily in Paris, Queer Eye and The Witcher; the Colton Underwood docuseries Coming Out Colton; the Selling Sunset spinoff Selling Tampa; and the very final episodes of both Money Heist and Lost in Space.

Netflix movies this month, meanwhile, include Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill and Meryl Streep; Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, starring Benedict Cumberbatch; Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut The Lost Daughter, starring Olivia Colman; and the Christmas rom-com Single All the Way, starring Michael Urie. (For a complete guide to more than 130 original Christmas films airing across broadcast, cable and streaming this holiday season, click here.)

TVLine also offers a look at what’s coming up on Apple TV+ (where the Peanuts are set to ring in the new year with For Auld Lang Syne), Disney+ (which cracks opens The Book of Boba Fett), HBO Max (whose offerings include a new Matrix sequel and the Sex and the City revival), Hulu (which has the longggg-awaited second half of PEN15 Season 2), Paramount+ (saddling up with Yellowstone prequel 1883), Peacock (where Maya Rudolph and Andy Samberg host a holiday baking competition) and Prime Video (where you’ll find Nicole Kidman transform into comedy icon Lucille Ball).

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