This month sees the premieres of two highly-anticipated series: the premiere of the “Sex and the City” reboot, “And Just Like That…” on HBO Max – which will see actresses Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis reprise their iconic roles – and the second season of Netflix“Emily in Paris,” which features actress Lily Collins returning as the title character.
Several other shows are releasing new seasons this month, including FX’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” Hulu’s “Pen15,” and Netflix’s “The Witcher” and “Cobra Kai.”
Netflix is also releasing a few high-profile films this month, including “Don’t Look Up” starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, “The Power of the Dog” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, and “The Lost Daughter.” starring Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson.
Here, WWD rounded up the new 21 TV shows, movies and documentaries to watch in December 2021. Read on for more.
“The Power of the Dog”
Streaming on Netflix on December 1
Directed by Jane Campion, “The Power of the Dog” is about a rancher who abuses his brother’s new wife and her teenage son and finds himself unexpectedly in love. . NS movie stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons.
“It’s always sunny in Philadelphia”
Stream on FX on Hulu December 1
The hit comedy show’s 15th season returns this month, following the series’ beloved characters as they navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and changing world. The show will bring together the cast of Charlie Day, Danny DeVito, Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton and Kaitlin Olson.
Stream on Amazon Prime Video on December 3
The comedic TV show follows four stylish women in Harlem, the mecca of Black culture in America, as they navigate their personal and professional lives. The show stars Grace Byers, Meagan Good, Jerrie Johnson, and Shoniqua Shandai.
Streaming on Hulu December 3rd
The remaining episodes of season two from the comedy series will premiere on Hulu this month. The show follows creators Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine playing middle school versions of themselves as they navigate life at the age of 13. The series will end with the remaining volumes.
Streaming on HBO Max on December 6
The four-part limited series was inspired by the true events surrounding Chris and Susan Edwards, an English couple who became the center of the investigation after two corpses were discovered in the back garden. their houses. The film stars Olivia Colman and David Thewlis.
Streaming on Netflix on December 6
A six-part documentary that celebrates the art of cinema and the personal connection people have with film. The material comes from Oscar-nominated filmmakers David Fincher and David Prior.
“Welcome to Earth”
Streaming on Disney+ on December 8
The archives follow Will Smith as he travels to the world’s greatest wonders and reveals its hidden secrets.
“And just like that…”
Streaming on HBO Max on December 9
Very much looking forward to it “Sex and the City” restarts premieres this month, following the beloved characters of Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes and Charlotte York as they navigate life in their fifties. Many other fan-favorite characters will also appear on the show, including Mr. Big, Steve Brady, Harry Goldenblatt and Stanford Blatch.
Stream on Amazon Prime Video on December 9
Fashion influencer Chiara Ferragni is taking a closer look at her life in her first reality TV show, which focuses on her life at home with husband Fedez and their two children.
“Street Gangs: How We Get to Sesame Street”
Streaming on HBO Max on December 13
The documentary offers an insight into the early days of the beloved children’s show, “Sesame Street,” showing how creators and educators came together to create the franchise. commercial.
Streaming on Netflix on December 17
Season two of the popular fantasy series returns, following Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter played by Henry Cavill who is trying to protect Princess Cirilla (played by Freya Allan) from divine creatures power struggle.
Stream on Amazon Prime Video on December 17
The five-part series follows the Diaz family on a different vacation over the course of a year as they go through life’s ups and downs. The film focuses on the Diaz brothers, played by Emeraude Toubia and Mark Indelicato, on their quest to find love.
Go live on Paramount+ on December 19
The streaming service’s hit show, “Yellowstone,” is coming with a prequel series, titled “1883,” which follows the Dutton family as they embark on a journey west across the Great Plains . The film stars Sam Elliott, Tim McGraw, and Faith Hill.
Stream on Amazon Prime Video on December 21
Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem star in the biopic as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, which focuses on the couple’s romantic and professional relationships behind the scenes, while also offering insight into the series. Ball’s iconic sitcom, “I Love Lucy”.
“Emily in Paris”
Streaming on Netflix on December 22
Second season of the hit comedy show is returning, following the main character – played by Lily Collins – as she navigates a love triangle and her new job.
“Revival of the Matrix”
Streaming on HBO Max on December 22
Latest movie in this fan-favorite series that brings together Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss for their iconic roles, with Reeves’ character finding himself in the Matrix. The film will hit theaters and be available on HBO Max for 31 days.
“Don’t look up”
Streaming on Netflix December 24
The film tells the story of two astronomers, played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, who discover an approaching comet that will destroy the Earth, which no one seems to care about. Its all-star cast also includes Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande and many more.
“The Book of Boba Fett”
Go live on Disney+ on December 29
Introduced in the end-credits during the end of season two of “The Mandalorian,” the latest TV show in the “Star Wars” franchise follows the legendary bounty hunter navigating the galactic underworld and proclaiming territorial claims once ruled by Jabba the Hutt.
Streaming on Netflix on December 31
The hit TV show’s fourth season returns this month, taking place 30 years after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament depicted in the 1984 series “The Karate Kid”. new show showing upcoming dojos Miyagi-Do and Eagle Fang together taking down Cobra Kai at the All Valley Under-18 Karate Tournament.
“The Eye of the Viewer”
Streaming on Netflix on December 31
The beloved reality TV show is returning for a sixth season with the “Fab Five” series heading to Austin, Texas, to help transform the lives of some of its real-life heroes.
“The Lost Daughter”
Streaming on Netflix on December 31
Director Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut, “The Lost Daughter,” tells the story of Leda, a woman overwhelmed by intense memories of motherhood after being watched by a young mother and her daughter. Seen on the beach destroy. It stars Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson, Paul Mescal, Ed Harris and others.
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