Netflix December 2023: What to watch this month

Netflix is ending the year with a bang, bringing some of the most anticipated shows to its streaming platform. Whether you are looking for sci-fi, drama, anime, or horror, the streaming platform has something for you this month.

The top pick of the month is Rebel Moon Part One: A Child of Fire, a space opera directed by Zack Snyder. The film is based on Snyder’s original pitch for a Star Wars spin-off that was rejected by Disney. It follows a young woman who is chosen by a mysterious force to lead a rebellion against a tyrannical regime that controls the galaxy. The film is expected to be the first in a trilogy that will expand the Rebel Moon universe.

Netflix also brings the final season of The Crown, the live action version of Yu Yu Hakusho, and the second season of Sweet Home this month.

Here are some of the highlights that you should not miss.

Top Pick of the Month

  • Rebel Moon Part One: A Child of Fire (Film) – December 22
    When a peaceful settlement on the edge of a distant moon finds itself threatened by the armies of a tyrannical ruling force, a mysterious stranger living among its villagers becomes their best hope for survival.

Bring Back Nostalgia

Yu Yu Hakusho Live Action
Yu Yu Hakusho
  • The Archies (Film) – December 7
    Set in 1960s India, Archie and the gang navigate romance, friendship and the future of Riverdale as developers threaten to destroy a beloved park.
  • The Crown: Season 6 Part 2 (Series) – December 14
    With the Commonwealth irrevocably changed, Queen Elizabeth II reflects on her life and legacy, and paves the way for her successors Charles and William.
  • Yu Yu Hakusho (Series) – December 14
    After a selfless act costs him his life, teen delinquent Yusuke Urameshi is chosen as a “Spirit Detective” to investigate cases involving rogue yokai.
  • Maestro (Film) – December 20
    This towering and fearless love story chronicles the lifelong relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. A love letter to life and art, “Maestro” is at its core an emotionally epic portrayal of family and love.


Sweet Home Season 2
Sweet Home: Season 2
  • Sweet Home: Season 2 (Series) – December 1
    Who’s knocking? A monster, a human, or a hybrid…? The stakes are higher than ever as the lines begin to blur, and nobody is safe from infection.
  • Gyeongseong Creature: Season 1 Part 1 (Series) – December 22
    Gyeongseong, 1945. In Seoul’s grim era under colonial rule, an entrepreneur and a sleuth fight for survival and face a monster born out of human greed.
  • Scream (Film) – December 23
    There’s a new Ghostface in town terrorizing teens, 25 years after Woodsboro’s first killing spree — and old friends must reunite to stop the slaughter.
  • Berlin (Series) – December 29
    Back to his golden age before the events of “Money Heist,” Berlin and a masterful gang gather in Paris to plan one of his most ambitious robberies ever.


  • Christmas as Usual (Film) – December 6
    To celebrate their engagement, Thea takes Jashan home — but his Indian roots and her family’s Norwegian traditions clash in a chaotic Christmas.
  • My Life With the Walter Boys (Series) – December 7
    When a tragedy disrupts her life, a teen moves in with her guardian’s big family in a small town and learns new lessons about love, hope, and friendship.
  • Maging Sino Ka Man: Season 1 (Series) – December 10
    When a sinister plot threatens her life, a rebellious heiress builds a new identity in the slums and forms a risky bond with a brash young thief.


  • Analog Squad (Series) – December 7
    After learning of his estranged father’s sickness, a scheming middle-aged man assembles a fake family to reunite with him for one last time.
  • Leave the World Behind (Film) – December 8
    A family’s getaway to a luxurious rental home takes an ominous turn when a cyberattack knocks out their devices — and two strangers appear at their door.
  • Thank You, I’m Sorry (Film) – December 26
    Suddenly alone during the late stages of her pregnancy, Sara receives an unexpected lifeline when Linda, her estranged older sister, arrives.

More Titles

  • Hilda: Season 3 (Kids & Family) – December 7
    A trip to see her great-aunt sparks Hilda’s interest in fairies. But the young explorer may have a stronger connection to the creatures than she thinks.
  • NAGA (Film) – December 7
    Teenage Cindy has high aspirations: to conquer the world. But first, she must survive high school — and high society — in her hometown of San Pedro.
  • Blood Vessel (Film) – December 8
    Brought together by chance, six people fleeing a town devastated by oil pollution stow away on a mysterious ship — not realizing the dangers that await.
  • Single’s Inferno: Season 3 (Series) – December 12
    A new set of singles embark on a journey of love on a remote island — navigating drama, passion and everything in between for a chance at Paradise.
  • Familia (Film) – December 15
    As a family discusses the future of their idyllic olive farm over a meal, the complexity of their relationships emerges through laughs and confessions.
  • A Vampire in the Family (Film) – December 24
    When a fainthearted ex-soccer player learns his brother-in-law is a vampire with world-domination plans, he must gather his courage and save the day.
  • A Very Good Girl (Film) – December 27
    Out for blood but with class, a vengeful socialite seeks to destroy a powerful business tycoon — the living, breathing reminder of her painful past. But in her quest for revenge, the young woman faces herself as the ultimate villain.
  • Pokémon Concierge (Kids & Family) – December 28

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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