7 Netflix movies and shows to watch this week: December 13-17, 2021

The Witcher - Credit: Katalin Vermes
The Witcher - Credit: Katalin Vermes /
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We are inching closer and closer to Christmas, and I look forward to being showered with gifts by each of you! Until then, like we do each and every week, below we share all the new Netflix movies and shows debuting beginning the week of Dec. 13, 2021.

Netflix has new content dropping weekly and sometimes you can miss what is new and that’s why we share with you what is new every week. This week, the streaming platform’s new releases are a bit light, so you can try to catch up on some of the shows that you’ve been watching before diving into anything new.

The big release of the week is the return of The Witcher. The smash-hit for Netflix is coming back with a new season that is even more filled with monsters and magic. Were you a fan of the first season? Are you excited for season 2? Let us know below. Also hitting the streaming platform is Italy’s pick for the film that will represent them in the 2022 Oscars International Film, Paolo Sorrentino’s The Hand of God

More Christmas content is coming this week with the release of A California Christmas: City Lights. The rom-com follows Callie and Joseph’s journey of being in love.

We got a Christmas rom-com, Superman returning to witches, and an inspiring Oscar film dropping this week.

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

New Netflix movies and shows to watch

  • The Future Diary, Dec. 14
  • Selling Tampa, Dec. 15
  • The Hand of God, Dec. 15
  • A California Christmas City Lights, Dec. 16
  • Puff the Wonder of the Reef, Dec. 16
  • Fast & Furious Spy Racers: Season 6: Homecoming, Dec. 17
  • The Witcher Season 2, Dec. 17

From our suggestions, what will you be watching? Are you excited about checking out season two of The Witcher? Or will you be checking out the latest Christmas rom-com? Let us know.

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