10 movies and TV shows to watch on Netflix in December

"6 UNDERGROUND" (2019) - Pictured: Ryan Reynolds Photo by: Christian Black/Courtesy of Netflix
"6 UNDERGROUND" (2019) - Pictured: Ryan Reynolds Photo by: Christian Black/Courtesy of Netflix /
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V Wars: Ian Somerhalder takes on the role of Dr. Lather Swann in the Netflix Original series, V Wars, which will see the Swann trying to find a cure for his best friend, Michael Fayne (Adrian Holmes). This disease isn’t your average illness, though, Fayne is now hungry for human flesh. In other words, he’s now a zombie, or as the movie calls the infected, “vampires.” Can Swann find a cure before all of society is infected? Watch it Dec. 5.

Fuller House: The fifth and final season of Fuller House is coming in just a few days and fans are not ready! Watch the final episodes of the series on Dec. 6.

The Confession KillerIt’s no secret that Netflix is the king of crime dramas, and the streaming service is not leaving the year 2019 without giving us all one more chilling reality series! The Confession Killer features Henry Lee Lucas, a serial killer from the early ’80s who confessed to hundreds (you read that right, hundreds) of murders. But his story doesn’t always seem to add up. The docuseries streams on Netflix Dec. 6.

The Witcher: If you haven’t heard of Netflix’s The Witcher, where have you been? It is hands down one of the most anticipated shows on the streaming service and it finally becomes available Dec. 20. The series is based on the fantasy novels of the same name and follows Geralt of Rivia, a hunter who prefers to work alone as he struggles to find where he fits in the world.

You: Right along with The Witcher, Netflix’s You is also one show fans have been dying to watch. The second season premieres Dec. 26, so we’re thinking of it as a Christmas gift! Season 2 continues the story of Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), and this time he has his sights set on Love.

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Which movie and series are you most excited to watch on Netflix in December? Did we miss a great one you are looking forward to? Let us know what you believe we should add (or remove) from this list!