Here is the list of titles coming to Netflix in December 2020, as well as the ones that are leaving.
Highlights include the Oscar-buzzy films Mank (starring Gary Oldman), Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (starring Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman in his last role), and The Midnight Sky (directed by and starring George Clooney), along with the Ryan Murphy-helmed film version of the Broadway hit The Prom (starring Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman).
Netflix series highlights include Selena: The Series (season 1), Shondaland’s Bridgerton (season 1), Big Mouth (season 4), Mr Iglesias (part 3), and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (part 4).
Plus plenty of holiday programming for all ages, including The Holiday Movies That Made Us, Captain Underpants Mega Blissmas, The Great British Baking Show: Holidays, The Big Show Show: Christmas, and Home for Christmas: Season 2.
This month has a little something for everyone, so here is the complete list of Netflix titles arriving and departing in December 2020:
The suspense thriller “Run” centers on Chloe (Kiera Allen), a teenager looking forward to going off to college.
There are obstacles, however. She has been paralyzed from the waist down since birth, and has other illnesses like diabetes and asthma. She is home schooled by her mother Diane (Sarah Paulson), who has taken care of her every need, including medicines and physical therapy.
The prehistoric family The Croods are back in theaters starting Nov 25, with a new adventure where they meet…another family.
Come Away is an ambitious tale that borrows from the children’s fairy tales of Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland to tell the story of a family grieving the accidental death of the eldest of their three children.
Set in Victorian England, Come Away centers on a family headed by David Oyelowo‘s “Dad” and Angelina Jolie‘s “Mom,” and their three children. The eldest, David (Reece Yates), looks out for his younger siblings, Peter (Jordan B. Nash) and Alice (Keira Chansa).
To me, Las Vegas has always been for adults. In my many years writing about city for both Zengrrl, and other sites like Las Vegas Logue, I’ve seen families take vacations there, but c’mon…they call it Sin City for a reason.
The new Circa Las Vegas, which recently opened in downtown Las Vegas, agrees with me, as it is a 21+ Adults Only resort and casino.
Universal Orlando has announced it will grand open its newest resort, Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn and Suites, on December 15, 2020.
Dockside Inn and Suites will be the second hotel in the destination’s “Value” category, joining sister property (and neighbor) Surfside Inn and Suites.
Unsafe Words by Loren Rhoads is the first full-length collection of the author’s award-winning short stories, which live on the boundaries between horror, dark fantasy, and science fiction.
From Dot Hutchinson, the bestselling author of The Butterfly Garden series (which I liked), comes a new mystery thriller, Deadly Waters, which tackles a vigilante hunting down sexual predators on a college campus.
The book is set at the University of Florida, in Gainesville, Florida, and centers around a journalism student named Rebecca, who comes from a family of law enforcement officers.
I virtually attended the premier of the new horror movie, Come Play, last night and here is my review of the movie.
In Come Play, a non-verbal autistic boy is terrorized by a monster from another realm via his smartphone and tablet. It’s based on the director/writer Jacob Chase’s short film, “Larry.’
Here is the list of titles coming to Netflix in November 2020, as well as the ones that are leaving.
Highlights include the Netflix original films and specials: Hillbilly Elegy (starring Glenn Close and Amy Adams), The Life Ahead (starring Sophia Loren), Shawn Mendes: In Wonder, and The Liberator (shot in rotoscope).
Netflix series highlights include The Crown (season 4), Virgin River (season 2), We Are the Champions (season 1), Supernatural (season 15), and Dawson’s Creek (all seasons).
Plus the holiday programming is starting with movies like The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two, Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Story, Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square, Dash & Lily, Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas, The Princess Switch: Switched Again, and Operation Christmas Drop.
This month has a little something for everyone, so here is the complete list of Netflix titles arriving and departing in November 2020:
Terra Willy is an animated film from France that tells the story of a young boy named Will, who is separated from his parents in space by an accident.
When his rescue pod lands on an unexplored planet, it’s up to him and the pod’s emergency robot, Buck, to survive until he can be found and saved.
T. Kingfisher, also known as Ursula Vernon, is the author and illustrator of many projects in the sci-fi realm, but her newest, The Hollow Places, veers strongly into supernatural horror territory.
Kara has just been dumped by her husband, and her uncle offers her room and board at his curio shop known as The Wonder Museum. She jumps at the chance…mainly because she doesn’t really have any other viable options, and she loves her uncle.
Evil Eye is part of a quartet of Blumhouse horror films released on Amazon in October 2020, and tells the tale of an Indian family that seems doomed to repeat a terrible historical event.
The Babysitter: Killer Queen is currently streaming on Netflix, and it’s a horror-comedy movie that is a sequel to Netflix’s 2017 film, The Babysitter.
I saw the original film, and loved it, but even though I didn’t think it needed a sequel, I was still looking forward to seeing this film.
Hulu‘s film Books of Blood is very loosely based on Clive Barker‘s Books of Blood series of anthology novels, and it’s one of the streamer’s new offerings for October 2020.