Netflix is about to wrap up another fantastic year of content, here are the final 10 movies and TV shows not to miss on the streaming service in December 2019.
Let’s stop for a minute to look back and be thankful for all the wonderful content Netflix gifted us with over the year 2019, it is Thanksgiving week, after all! Which shows (and/or movies) did you enjoy most? Well, before we count all of our streaming blessings, there’s one more month to go! That’s right, it’s not over and I wouldn’t be surprise if Netflix saved the best for last!
While you can still put together a list of the movies and shows that made an impact on your life this year, be sure you leave some room for the content to come in Dec. 2019! From critically acclaimed movies and highly anticipated dramas, Netflix has a lot more our way to keep us entertained (and glued to our screens) this holiday season.
For a complete list of everything that’s debuting and leaving Netflix in Dec. check HERE. Otherwise, here are 10 movies and TV shows not to miss:
Dead Kids: First on the list, premiering Dec. 1, is Dead Kids, a movie that features a compelling story about a socially awkward teen. It’s a coming-of-age movie that sees this teen bonding with a group of misfits who all wish to teach the arrogant and rich kid at their school a lesson they won’t forget. But, as usual, what they schemed doesn’t go according to plan. The cast includes Sue Ramirez, Khalil Ramos and others.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby: If you have been keeping up with the Christmas Prince franchise, I know you’ve been waiting for this one! A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby streams Dec. 5 just in time to fill you with all the holiday spirit and cheer you need!
Marriage Story: This critically acclaimed film has already been screened by many (both critics and fans) and will play in select theaters soon for a limited time, but on Netflix you can stream it Dec. 6. Marriage Story, starring Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver, is a movie that portrays the ups and downs of marriage and a family struggling to stay together.
More from Netflix
- Bridgerton season 3: All the details to know about Penelope and Colin’s love story
- It’s a slow week on Netflix with only three new releases (Nov. 20)
- Exploding Kittens: From card game to Netflix animated series starring Tom Ellis
- The Crown and more Netflix shows and movies to stream this week (November 13)
- Escaping Twin Flames and more harrowing love-centered documentaries to watch on Netflix
6 Underground: Need a thriller to get you through the holiday season? We don’t blame you, so watch 6 Underground, which premieres on the streaming giant Dec. 13.
The movie follows six individuals, each with a particular set of skills. The deal offered to them is tough to resists, their record will be erased and they will basically be presumed dead to the world, but not the organization hiring them. Their mission? We’ll have to tune in to find out! Need more convincing? 6 Underground stars Ryan Reynolds, enough said!
The Two Popes: Who could ever forget one of the most intense transitions of power? The Two Popes follows Cardinal Bergoglio (Jonathan Pryce) as he requests permission to retire in 2012 from Pop Benedict (Anthony Hopkins). Stream it beginning Dec. 20.
Those are our top 5 recommended movies, now let’s break down 5 must-see TV shows…