11 Netflix movies and shows to watch this week: December 6-10, 2021

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We have made it to the most wonderful time of the year, ladies and gentlemen. The week is full of content, and like we do each and every week, below we share all the new Netflix movies and shows debuting beginning the week of Dec. 6, 2021.

I am blown away each week as we see Netflix release so much new content, but what’s even more impressive is how they cater to every demographic. This week is no different from any other as they have tons of new shows and movies for everyone.

The week kicks off with Vior, a documentary series from David Fincher exploring cinema and the personal connection with the stories told within these worlds. Next, for the kids, we see the return of Go, Dog. Go! The season will follow Tag and Scooch, who are traveling all across Chew York City.

For Netflix‘s big release of the week, we see the launching of The Unforgivable, which stars two Academy Award-winning Actresses, Sandra Bullock and Viola Davis. So you have those two plus a supporting cast with Vincent D’Onofrio, Jon Bernthal, and Aisling Franciosi. You know we are in for a real treat.

We’ve got people trying to make us laugh, a documentary series about cinema, and some nostalgia all dropping this week.

Let’s get to the new Netflix movies and shows to stream this week. 

New Netflix movies and shows to watch

  • David and the Elves, Dec. 6
  • Voir, Dec. 6
  • Centaurworld: Season 2, Dec. 7
  • Go Dog Go: Season 2, Dec. 7
  • Nicole Byer: BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo), Dec. 7
  • Bonus Family: Season 4, Dec. 9
  • How To Ruin Christmas: The Funeral, Dec. 10
  • Twentysomethings: Austin (formerly Roaring Twenties), Dec. 10
  • Saturday Morning All Star Hits!, Dec. 10
  • Back to the Outback, Dec. 10
  • The Unforgivable, Dec. 10

From our suggestions, what will you be watching? Are you excited about checking out the latest Sandra Bullock film? Or will you be checking out the latest Christmas content? Let us know.

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