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Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+: what are the films and series to watch in December 2023?

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It is now a tradition when the end of the month arrives: streaming platforms unveil the programs that join their catalogs. Next December, you will have many films and series to watch while waiting for the end-of-year holidays.

We have selected the best programs to discover on Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+. So grab a blanket, make yourself a great hot chocolate and relax. There will be something for everyone.

Berlin (Netflix)

After the dazzling success of La Casa de Papel, finished a few months ago, Netflix has not said its last word and intends to take advantage of this extremely popular Spanish series. On December 29, 2023, fans of La Casa de Papel will be able to discover a spin-off dedicated to Berlin, one of the most popular characters interesting from the initial series.

The one who was the Professor's faithful right arm rolled around before participating in the major heist of the Royal House of the Spanish Mint and that is the whole promise of Berlin .

Marvel's What If…? – Season 2 (Disney+)

This month, Marvel invites us to discover a whole host of alternative realities. His anthology series What if… ?has fun imagining universes in which our favorite superheroes do not have at all the destiny that we know them to have. After a zombie Iron Man or a T’Challa who became Star Lord, Disney+ offers us a new burst of episodes. It can be discovered from December 22, 2023.

Rebel Moon (Netflix)

This month, Zack Snyder returns with a new science fiction franchise called Rebel Moon. The first part of this diptych is released on Netflix on December 22, 2023 and it should please fans of galactic adventures. According to the synopsis, Rebel Moontakes us to meet a peaceful colony on a distant moon. But everything is turned upside down when a tyrant arrives and hopes of survival find themselves in the hands of a mysterious stranger.

Zack Snyder didn't do things by halves with Rebel Moon . In the cast, we find Anthony Hopkins (The Silence of the Lambs), Sofia Boutella (Kingsman) but also Ed Skrein (Game of Thrones). It can be discovered on Netflix on December 22.

Christmas in Candy Cane Lane (Prime Video)

Christmas will officially arrive on Prime Video on December 1, 2023. Eddie Murphy is going to brighten up our holiday season with the release of the film Christmas in Candy Cane Lane and we're not going to complain. Christmas, elves, magic, humor… All the ingredients come together to make this festive feature film a success.

The day Chris makes a deal with a mischievous elf to increase his chances of winning, he has no idea that he is about to ruin Christmas. He must therefore embark on a race against time in order to break the spell cast by Pepper and save Christmas. Naturally, he can count on his wife and their three children.

Maestro (Netflix)

< p>Do you know the conductor Leonard Bernstein? In Maestro, Bradley Cooper sets out to reveal to us the story of the love as grandiose as it is reckless which will unite the musician with the actress Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. After the excellent A Star is Born, Bradley Cooper wants to once again demonstrate his talent for directing. Between passion and love, Maestro can be seen on Netflix from December 29, 2023/

Merry Little Batman (Prime Video)

With Merry Little Batman, there's no question of bad guys ruining the holiday season. Especially not the Joker! When he finds himself alone on Christmas Eve in the huge family mansion, young Damian Wayne must put on the costume of “Little Batman” to fight them, save Christmas and protect his home. Quite a program! He who dreams of following in the footsteps of his father, Batman, will have all the cards in hand to show the extent of his abilities. But being a superhero is much more difficult than you imagine…

Merry Little Batman arrives on Prime Video on December 8, 2023< /strong>. To see with the family!

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Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116