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What to Watch on Netflix in December: A Guide

Are you curious about what’s next on Netflix? At any given time, Netflix has hundreds of TV shows in development, and sifting through the entire list (or even finding one) takes time. Here’s a list of the best Netflix shows coming in December 2023, as well as those returning. Sweet Home Season 2 (Release Date: […]

Are you curious about what’s next on Netflix? At any given time, Netflix has hundreds of TV shows in development, and sifting through the entire list (or even finding one) takes time. Here’s a list of the best Netflix shows coming in December 2023, as well as those returning.

  1. Sweet Home Season 2 (Release Date: December 6) The South Korean apocalyptic horror thriller returns with its second season, starring Song Kang, Go Min Si, and Park Gyu Young. The story unfolds as humanity grapples with transformation into savage monsters, forcing a troubled teenager and his neighbors to fight for survival while clinging to their humanity. Following the triumph of its first season, this sequel is highly anticipated and promises intensified suspense and horror.

    2. The Crown, Season 6 (Release Date: December 14) The acclaimed drama series depicting a fictionalized portrayal of the British Monarchy reaches its conclusion in its sixth season. Starting from Queen Elizabeth’s ascension to the throne and spanning through royal lineage, the show concludes with a focus on Princess Diana’s impactful story.

    3. Gyeongseong Creature (Release Date: December 22) This gripping mystery series is set to unravel in two seasons. Jang Tae Sang, a wealthy bachelor, teams up with Yoon Chae Ok, a renowned investigator, to solve a string of missing person cases. Their investigations lead them to discover a haunting secret lurking within the city. Starring Park Seo Joon, Han So Hee, Kim Su Hyun, Kim Hae Sook, and Jo Han Chul, the show promises an intriguing narrative and intense performances.

    4. Berlin (release date: December 29) Catering to the fervent fan base of Money Heist, this prequel spin-off series focuses on Pedro Alonso’s character, Andres de Fonollosa (Berlin). Delving into Berlin’s backstory, the show provides insight into the enigmatic character’s past, adding depth and context to the Money Heist universe.

    These highly anticipated Netflix series cover a diverse range of genres, from horror and drama to mystery and musicals, promising an exciting lineup of captivating stories and compelling characters that are bound to enthrall viewers.

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