December 2023 brings a treasure trove of new shows and movies to streaming platforms (Netflix, Disney Plus, Prime Video), perfect for those long holiday breaks. This month, viewers can indulge in a variety of genres, from anime to dark comedies, historical dramas, and thrilling heist stories. Here’s a rundown of some notable titles to look out for:
Yu Yu Hakusho (Series on Netflix)
Releasing on December 14, this live-action remake of the beloved ’90s anime follows the story of Yusuke Urameshi, a teen turned “Spirit Detective” who deals with demons and spirits in Japan.
A Very Good Girl (Film on Netflix)
Premiering on December 27, this dark comedy stars Kathryn Bernardo and Dolly De Leon, exploring themes of revenge and social class dynamics.
The Crown Season 6 Part 2 (Series on Netflix)
Available from December 14, the final season of this acclaimed series focuses on Queen Elizabeth preparing her successors for the throne, blending history with current events.
Berlin (Series on Netflix)
Launching on December 29, this series delves into the backstory of Berlin from “Money Heist,” showcasing his early heists in Paris.
BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star (Series on Disney Plus)
Releasing on December 20, this series celebrates a decade of BTS, featuring interviews and clips that highlight their journey to superstardom.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Series on Disney Plus)
Debuting on December 20, this new adaptation promises to stay true to the beloved novels, exploring the world of demigods and Greek mythology.
Marvel Studios’ What If… Season 2 (Series on Disney Plus)
Coming out on December 22, the second season continues to explore alternate realities in the MCU.
SBS Inkigayo Live in Tokyo (Film on Prime Video)
Streaming from December 7, this concert film features top K-pop acts in a special overseas performance.
Your Christmas or Mine 2 (Film on Prime Video)
Releasing on December 8, this romantic comedy sequel stars Asa Butterfield and Cora Kirk in a holiday adventure.
Saltburn (Film on Prime Video)
Available from December 22, this psychological thriller follows a university student’s obsession with a wealthy classmate, leading to unexpected twists.
These new releases offer a mix of entertainment, from heartwarming tales to gripping dramas, ensuring there’s something for everyone this holiday season.
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