Here’s What’s Coming To Netflix In December 2017

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Love Actually will finally land in December (Rappler)
'Tis the season to be chilling.

December is sure to be the true season of Netflix and chill (as it’s bloomin’ cold outside right now), so thankfully there are some great new shows and films set to arrive on the streaming platform just in time for the festive period – not to mention some glorious Christmas gems.

So, without further adieu, here are a few highlights from next month’s offering.


In a sort of modern-day Men In Black, Will Smith plays a cop who’s navigating a world of humans, aliens and other creatures, where disorder reigns supreme.

On Netflix: 22 December

Russell Howard: Recalibrate

Bristol-born Russell brings his usual brand of humour to this Netflix special, tackling everything from politics to childhood.

On Netflix: 19 December

The Crown season 2

Get ready to bow down for the second season of royal drama The Crown, especially apt if you’ve caught a bit of royal fever recently.

On Netflix: 8 December

Dark season 1

If you love a gripping murder mystery, you NEED to watch Dark. It follows the disappearance of two children from a small German town (and the whole thing’s in German with English subtitles), taking us all on a time-bending adventure.

On Netflix: 1 December

Love Actually

Christmas doesn’t officially start until you’ve watched this British classic at least once. Prepare to laugh, cry and dance along, even though you’ve seen it a million times before.

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On Netflix: 14 December

Mad Max: Fury Road

This epic apocalyptic blockbuster lands on Netflix on Christmas eve, and while it’s not particularly festive viewing, it’s definitely worth a watch.

On Netflix: 24 December


Based on a true story, this two-time Oscar winning flick follows a team of Boston-based journalists working to uncover child abuse in the church that runs deeper than ever thought possible.

On Netflix: 30 December

And there’s plenty more where that came from, with seasons of Peaky Blinders, Doctor Who and the Back to the Future trilogy joining all of December’s highlights. See if there’s anything else that takes your fancy in the video below.