What’s recent on Netflix in December, from The Witcher to Marriage Myth – Salon
In a month saturated with delightfully cheesy holiday movies — Netflix has added a half dozen new ones to the mix — sometimes you just want to binge on something else as a way to decompress from this season of excess. The streaming platform has options for you, ranging from a new, moody movie from…

In a month saturated with delightfully cheesy vacation movies — Netflix has added a half of dozen recent ones to the combine — usually you true desire to binge on something else with a opinion to decompress from this season of excess. The streaming platform has strategies for you, starting from a brand recent, changeable movie from Noah Baumbach, to an Anthony Hopkins-led exploration of the Catholic Church, to a peculiar staunch sort crime drama that hinges on the dying of two web cats. 

Below are highlights of what’s coming, followed by a comprehensive of the entirety:

“Tiffany Haddish: Dark Mitzvah” — Dec. 3

On the day this special releases, comic Tiffany Haddish will flip 40 and, as she’s publicized quite carefully after finding out about herJewish heritage, she will put herself a bat mitzvah. And most of the matters that historically scoot alongside with that occasion — coming of age, maturity, heritage and custom — will get their draw into Haddish’s first Netflix comedy special, “Dark Mitzvah.” She engaging (even though it took her 28 years to get around to it).

“Dwelling for Christmas” – Dec. 5

Johanne is feeling the stress this vacation season with all americans in her family with a paired up. So she manufactures a boyfriend and is compelled to get the appropriate date in time. Although this is able to perhaps perhaps sound admire the favored Hallmark formula, or now not it’s now not, and the first clue is that or now not it’s in Norwegian.

“The Confession Killer” — Dec. 6

Did this man in truth abolish over 360 of us? That is the nearly ridiculous ask that guides the recent Netflix staunch sort crime documentary “The Confession Killer,” which delves into the lifetime of Henry Lee Lucas, a one that confessed to simply about four hundred murders in the Eighties. Nonetheless, despite the actual fact that he grew to turn out to be himself in and changed into as soon as responsive to deeply chilling details about the killings, there could be a clear possibility that he wasn’t at the encourage of the crimes at all. That is a hideous narrative that offers in matters of guilt, closure, and the shortcomings of the American justice gadget.

“Marriage Myth” — Dec. 6

Directed by Noah Baumbach, “Marriage Myth” is a movie about experiences we — and the of us around us — advise ourselves as a wedding dies. It follows theatre director Charlie Barber (Adam Driver) and former teen film actress Nicole Ryder Barber (Scarlett Johansson) as their relationship unfurls and frays. After the couple separates, it’s as much as them to make your mind up on how they’ll prepare to place their family collectively. Beforehand released in theaters to qualify for Oscar consideration, this film has earned acclaim for its two leads.

“Glow Up” — Dec. 6

Make-up and its acceptable applications peaceable remain largely a mystery to me, but for these that revel in makeover command material (who doesn’t?) and YouTube product tutorials, “Glow Up” would perhaps even be for you. In this competitors sequence hosted by Stacey Dooley, 10 make-up artists apply themselves to a unfold of challenges — from big establish appears to be like to movie prosthetics. It’s senseless vacation viewing (with out any vacation themes . . .  but) at its finest. 

“Michelle Wolf: Humorous narrative Expose” — Dec. 10

In conserving with a unencumber for this special, “Comic Michelle Wolf, wants to fight for ladies folk’s equality . . . but now not in admire that irritating draw.” In “Humorous narrative Expose” Wolf examines the differences between girls and men folk, dives into the subject of gender equality and explains why society must be barely much less “woke.” 

“6 Underground” — Dec. Thirteen

This out of the ordinary-establish motion thriller from Michael Bay — which parts   Ryan Reynolds, Mélanie Laurent, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Peyman Maadi, Adria Arjona, Corey Hawkins, Ben Hardy, and Dave Franco — follows a squad of expert vigilantes, all of whom cling faked their very possess deaths with a opinion to pursue infamous criminals. Seek recordsdata from at the very least three explosions and two automobile chases . . . in the trailer alone.

“Ronny Chieng: Asian Comic Destroys The United States” — Dec. 17

In his Netflix debut, comic Ronny Chieng  — known for his roles as a correspondent on “The Each day Expose” and in the blockbuster hit “Crazy Rich Asians — brings his signature wit to the stage to discuss  his creep to The United States from his home country of Malaysia. He also spends a while evaluating the outcomes of consumerism and theorizes how atmosphere out of the ordinary the U.S. will seemingly be with an Asian-American president.

“Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Web Killer” — Dec.  18

In this restricted sequence, Netflix gives the narrative of Luka Magnotta the appropriate sort crime treatment. In 2010, Magnotta changed into something of an web sensation after he posted a video online of him killing two kittens. Almost straight away, a community of beginner detectives from all around the world pickle out to get him and ship him to justice — but then issues steal a perfect darker flip as Magnotta’s staunch sort identity and ability for hurt is published. 

“The Witcher” – Dec. 20

Henry Cavill of “Justice League” popularity dons a platinum blond wig to play Gerald of Rivia, the solitary monster hunter in the sequence in step with a the wildly accepted Polish fantasy novels by Andrzej Sapkowski. And presumably, true presumably it’ll occupy that top-fantasy void on TV that “Game of Thrones” left long sooner than its last season. Don’t sleep on this one attributable to Netflix has already ordered a second season sooner than it’s even premiered.

“The Two Popes” — Dec. 20

In 2012, Cardinal Bergoglio (Jonathan Pryce) an Argentine priest — who, spoiler alert, later becomes Pope Francis — traveled to the Vatican to inquire Pope Benedict XVI (Anthony Hopkins) for permission to retire. The two aren’t particularly out of the ordinary, and their views on religion and theology fluctuate vastly. It’s a fight between custom and cultural reform, one which slowly gives draw to one amongst the finest transitions of energy in the historical past of the Catholic Church. 

“John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch” — Dec. 24

I admire John Mulaney. I’ve written sooner than about how mighty I admire John Mulaney. And I sense that “John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch,” a younger of us’s fluctuate model, will true be but every other reason to admire John Mulaney. 

Because the comic stated in a speak, “I’m John Mulaney and I am a 37-year-aged man. The Sack Lunch Bunch is a community of younger of us ages eight to Thirteen who are more talented than me.” Mulaney and the younger of us might perhaps even be joined by a sequence of special company, collectively with David Byrne, Jake Gyllenhaal, Natasha Lyonne, and Tony Award-winner Andre De Shields. 

“Sweetheart” – Dec. 25

This survival scare film had already been released on various platforms, though no person in truth paid attention, which is a shame. Happily, Netflix knew what it had and is giving it top Christmas placement, mighty admire how “Chook Box” landed in front of eyeballs last winter. Within the Blumhouse production, Jennifer (Kiersey Clemons) is stranded on an island with . . .  something malevolent. Is it a creature? A pressure? A ghost? No subject it’s miles, or now not it’s hungry.

And here’s a paunchy schedule of the entirety coming this month:

Dec. 1

“Ineffective Children”


“A Cinderella Myth: Christmas Wish”


“The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl”


“Austin Powers in Goldmember”


“Austin Powers: World Man of Mystery”


“Austin Powers: The Appreciate Who Shagged Me”

“Cut encourage Bank”

“Eastsiders” Season four

“Malcolm X”

“Browsing for Sugar Man”

“Candy Virginia”

“The Tribes of Palos Verdes”

“December 2nd”

“Nightflyers” Season 1

“Team Kaylie: Section 2”

Dec. 3

“Battle on All and sundry”

“Especial de Natal Porta dos Fundos: A Primeira Tentação de Cristo”

“Tiffany Haddish: Dark Mitzvah”

Dec. four

“The Last O.G.” Season 2

“Let’s Dance”

“Los Briceño”

“Magic for Humans” Season 2

Dec. 5

“Greenleaf” Season four

“A Christmas Prince: The Royal Toddler”

“Apache: La vida de Carlos Tevez”

“Dwelling for Christmas”

“V Wars”

Dec. 6

“Astronomy Membership: The Sketch Expose”

“The Chosen One” Season 2

“The Confession Killer”

“Fuller Dwelling” Season 5

“Glow Up”

“Marriage Myth”

“Spirit Using Free: The Spirit of Christmas”

“Teasing Grasp Takagi-san” Season 2

“Three Days of Christmas”

“Triad Princess”

“Virgin River”

Dec. eight

“From Paris with Admire”

Dec. 9

“It Comes at Night”

“A Household Reunion Christmas” 

Dec. 10

“Outlander” Season 3

“Michelle Wolf: Humorous narrative Expose”

Dec. eleven

“The Sky Is Red”

Dec. 12

“Especial de Natal Porta dos Fundos”

“Jack Whitehall: Christmas with my Father” 

Dec. Thirteen

“6 Underground” 

Dec. 15

“A Household Man”

“Dil Dhadakne Stop”

“Karthik Calling Karthik”

Dec. 17

“Ronny Chieng: Asian Comic Destroys The United States!”

Dec. 18

“Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Web Killer”

“Soundtrack” 

Dec. 19

“After The Raid”

“Ultraviolet” Season 2

“Twice Upon a Time” 

Dec. 20

“The Two Popes”

“The Witcher” 

Dec. 22

“Non-public Inform” Season 1-6

Dec. 23

“Transformers Rescue Bots Academy” Season 1

Dec. 24

“CAROLE & TUESDAY: Section 2”

“Como caído del cielo”

“Break Touchdown on You”

“John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch”

“Misplaced in Notify” Season 2

Dec. 25

“Sweetheart”

Dec. 26

“The App”

“Le Bazar de la Charité”

“Mercurial & Enraged Appreciate Racers”

“You” Season 2

Dec. 27

“The Secret Life of Pets 2”

“The Present”

“Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up” 

Dec. 28

“Hot Gimmick: Lady Meets Boy”

Dec. 29

“Lawless”

Dec. 30

“Alexa & Katie” Season 3

“The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.: Reawakened”

Dec. 31

“Die One other Day”

“GoldenEye”

“Day after right this moment Never Dies”

“The World Is No longer Enough”

“Heartbreakers”

“Crimson First gentle”

“The Degenerates: Season 2”

“The Neighbor”

“Yanxi Palace: Princess Adventures”