Also don’t feel like the umpteenth repetition of Isn’t Life Beautiful, Beautiful Christmas Gifts or The Grinch? The streaming services know that too. That is why there are some alternatives available in December: Ridley Scotts, for example The Last Duel (December 1st, Disney Plus), the third part of the Conjuring series (December 3rd, Sky), the ninth part of The Fast and the Furious (16. Dezember, Sky) as well as the seventh season of Agents of Shield (December 1st, Disney Plus), the finale of the fifth season of House of Money (December 3rd, Netflix) and the fourth season of Cobra Kai (December 31, Netflix).
If you’re looking for an overview of Netflix December 2021, here we have one for you.
As usual in the run-up to Christmas, there is also a new animated film from Disney: Ron Goes Wrong (December 15th, Disney Plus). We are especially looking forward to the following titles:
The Expanse, Season 6 (December 10, Amazon Prime)
All good things come to an end, unfortunately also The Expanse. The critically acclaimed and fan-acclaimed science fiction series will end with Season 6. But before that there is still a lot to do: After the crew of the Rocinante finally
Nurses found, the survivors now have to deal with the pile of broken pieces left by the Free Navy attack.
The Witcher, Season 2 (December 17, Netflix)
Better costumes, more characters and even more action: The trailer for the second season of The Witcher promises a lot. In terms of content, it will probably be about the Events gowho are addressed in the novel “The Legacy of the Elves” and Geralt, who discovers that his foster child Ciri has powers that can influence the fate of the world.
Don’t look up (24. Dezember, Netflix)
What are two scientists doing who have found out that the world is about to be hit by a giant comet? First of all, they fail because of politicians who only look at their popularity ratings and because of the media who hope for sensations. Don’t look up seems to be an alternative to heroic stories like Armageddon and is probably as funny as it is cynical.
Dune (December 26th, Sky)
It wasn’t that long ago that Denis Villeneuve’s film adaptation of Dune was shown in the cinema. Thanks to Corona and the associated shift in the balance of power between cinemas and production companies, the first part of the science fiction epic can be seen in the stream at the end of December. Here we reveal what we thought of the spectacular book adaptation.
The Book by Boba Fett (December 29th, Disney Plus)
After the success of The Mandalorian, it was probably only a matter of time before the original Mandalorian got a series too. In The Book of Boba Fett, the galaxy’s most popular bounty hunter gets the chance to prove himself as a criminal lord. After the death of Jabba the Hutt, Boba Fett succeeds him as ruler over the gangsters of Tatooine – and has to assert himself against some opponents.
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