It's the most wonderful time of the year — or month, that is. Welcome to Netflix Day, the day on which Netflix announces what the new releases for the next month will be. Given that Netflix has been a lifeline for us all, especially this year, Netflix Day is a gift. It reminds us that no, we don't have to keep re-watching Stranger Things 2. There's more out there, and it's all slowly trickling onto our Netflix queue.
This month, Netflix is all about bringing back the classics. The Santa Clause (1994) arrives on the platform this month, as well as The Santa Clause 2 (2002) and The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006). If Christmas movies aren't your vibe, more serious fare arrives in the form of V For Vendetta (2005) and 8 Mile (2002), the semi-biographical film starring Marshall Mathers and Britney Murphy.
With the arrivals of classics comes the usual slew of Netflix Originals. Netflix has been particularly gracious this year, gifting us with series like Dear White People, 13 Reasons Why, and Mindhunter. December brings us the show Dark, as well as the new movie Bright, which seems like a cheeky move on Netflix's part. A few British shows will debut new seasons as well, including the Cillian Murphy vehicle Peaky Blinders.
Ahead, see the full list of titles coming to Netflix this December.