Don’t Look Up to The Witcher Season 2, Netflix Releases to Watch This December

Netflix is the hub of almost every good show or film in today’s world and the year ending releases for 2021 range from the exciting sci-fi Don’t Look Up to the second seasons for The Witcher and Emily in Paris to Maggie Gyllenhaal’s much-awaited The Lost Daughter. You can cancel all your other plans for December 2021, because Netflix is going to book all your dates and keep you hooked to the screens.

To make it easier for you to navigate, here are the most exciting releases on Netflix for December 2021 that you cannot afford to miss. So, keep your popcorn ready because you are in for another thrilling cinematic ride by Netflix!

The Power of the Dog

From the Academy Award winner, Jane Champion comes yet another brilliant piece of cinema that has already received the Silver Lion award- The Power of the Dog. The film is based on Thomas Savage’s novel of the same name and tells the story of the rancher’s severity towards his brother when he brings home a new wife and her son, unannounced until something unexpected comes to pass. The Power of Dog stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, and Kodi Smit-McPhee and will be available on Netflix on the 1st of December, 2021. You can watch the trailer for the film below.


For all the cinema lovers out there, David Fincher and David Prior offer us a series that essays the love and evolution of cinema and how films have impacted our lives. From intimate personal histories to insights on character and craft, Voir will be streaming on Netflix from December 6, 2021.

The Unforgivable

Directed by Nora Fingscheidt and written by Peter Craig, The Unforgivable stars Sandra Bullock as a woman who is in an attempt to rebuild her life after she has served time in prison for committing a violent crime. This film takes its inspiration from the British miniseries Unforgiven. The film also stars Vincent D’Onofrio, Jon Bernthal, Richard Thomas, Linda Emond, Aisling Franciosi, Rob Morgan and Viola Davis. It will be available on December 10, 2021. You can catch the trailer for the film below.

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The Witcher Season 2

The North and South are at war and the timelines from the previous season have all merged to give us the story about one time: the present. The aftermath of the Battle of Sodden and Ciri and Geralt’s union is everything The Witcher Season 2 will offer. The unanswered question of Ciri’s powers and what Cahir and his troops plan for the world are also going to come undone. The Witcher Season 2 will be streaming on Netflix from December 17, 2021.

Emily in Paris Season 2

The chronicles of Emily Cooper’s life in Paris continues as she struggles between her work life and love life. This comedy-drama is hinted with a lot of romance stars Lily Collins in the titular role. With a clash in culture and trying to get out of her mundane life, we can all witness Emily continue her journey on December 22, 2021, only on Netflix.

Don’t Look Up

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence headline the 2021 film Don’t Look Up with an ensemble cast that includes Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Meryl Streep, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Ron Perlman, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Scott Mescudi and Cate Blanchett. This satirical science fiction comes from Adam McKay and tells the story of two low-level scientists set to warn the world about an approaching comet that will mark the planet’s end. It will be available on Netflix on December 24, 2021. Meanwhile, you can watch the trailer for Don’t Look Up below.

Also Read: Netflix’s Outlaws Review: The Summer Of Heists And Love

The Lost Daughter

We don’t know if Maggie Gyllenhaal still has Taylor Swift’s scarf at her place but what we do know is that her next film’s trailer looks thrilling and mysterious, as if it is calling us to invest ourselves in it. This psychological drama is based on Elena Ferrante’s novel of the same name and stars a stellar cast that includes Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson, Jessie Buckley, Paul Mescal, Dagmara Domińczyk, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Peter Sarsgaard and Ed Harris. The film tells the story of a woman on a summer holiday, who becomes obsessed with another woman and her daughter. The film will release on Netflix on the 31st of December, 2021. You can watch the trailer for The Lost Daughter below.

Honourable Mentions

Some other films and series are set to release and deserve to be watched. Fan favourite Money Heist’s part 5 of Volume 2 and Sachin Kundalkar’s novel Cobalt Blue’s adaptation, both releases on December 3, 2021. The Korean comedy series Our Beloved Summer will be out on December 6, 2021, and the thriller series The Silent Sea will stream on December 24, 2021.

Hope everyone has a blast with December’s Netflix content, until 2022 strikes!

Also Read: Netflix’s New World (Ep 3-4) Review: Magical Meteorite And Rich Real Estate

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