2021 is coming to an end and is ending strong for many streaming services. As always, Netflix is bringing the heat and has some of its best lineup of the year on deck and ready to get us ready for 2022. Better yet, there are things that have nothing to do with the holiday season. , just in case subscribers hit vacation exhaustion.
Of course, some people can’t get enough of Christmas, so rest assured that for all of the options this season, Netflix still has some holiday deals that are worth checking out. All in all, I’d say there are at least nine spectacular originals coming in December that need to be checked out, so let’s dive in and find out why!
Lost in Space (Final Season) – 12/1
The good news is that Lost in space is back for season 3, but sadly, the ride ends there. The Netflix series enters its final season in early December and will feature the Robinsons attempting to save Alpha Centauri from a robot invasion. First of all, they’ll have to come together, so expect this series to really give off some thrills in its final episodes!
Colton Exit – 12/3
The single person‘s Colton Underwood surprised more than one when he became gay, mainly because they saw him yearning for the love of many eligible women on national television. Now in Netflix Colton Exit, the public will have the chance to see Underwood’s journey as a gay and confront your past while trying to find his place in the LGBTQ + community. I see Bachelor Fans interested to see this one, as well as anyone genuinely curious about the next chapter of Underwood.
The Great British Baking Show: Holiday (Season 4) – 12/3
The Great British Pastry Fair is one of best cooking shows on tv, and adding the extra vacations only makes it better. Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood welcome familiar faces once again in this holiday edition of the show, which is set to arrive on Netflix in early December. I know I’ll be watching with a bag of snacks next to me, and who knows? I might even find inspiration to cook a bit after watching!
Featured successes of Saturday morning! – 12/10
If you’re someone longing for the 80s and 90s Saturday morning cartoon era, this is something to watch out for. This irreverent adult animated series comes of Saturday Night Liveby Kyle Mooney and Ben Jones. Mooney stars as twins in a live-action hybrid series that mimics the iconic era of children’s television that today’s adults grew up with. I’ve always been a fan of Mooney’s work so hopefully this series will live up to the awesome expectations that I build in my head.
Sell Tampa – 12/15
Sunset Sale thriving as a popular family show on Netflix, and like other blockbuster family shows, it’s getting a number of spinoffs. Sales stampa was the last to arrive on Netflix in mid-December and will follow an all-black Tampa real estate agent firm called Allure Realty. It’s all the pleasure of Sunset Sale but in Tampa! Usually, I only watch these kinds of shows when I move, and I’m not trying to pack my bags yet, but fans of home shows will definitely want to try this one.
The Witcher (Season 2) – 12/17
One of Netflix’s greatest original shows is back for another season, and I don’t know about you, but I’m so glad to see Henry Cavill kick ass and take names like Geralt de Riv. What’s even better is that Cavill recently confirmed that he’s committed to sticking to the show’s seven-year plan, which means there’s a lot more to The witcher to come over the years. This would be a great time to review or catch up with Season 1, which I will definitely need to do as I got a bit lost watching at the start.
Emily in Paris (Season 2) – 12/22
Here is a fun fact about Emilie in Paris that I love to evoke every time I see the title of the show: if you pronounce the name of the series as Paris is supposed to be pronounced in French, that rhymes! I’m not sure this will be addressed in season 2 of Emilie in Paris, and the creator teased that Emily would have difficult decisions await him. Fans will of course be delighted to see Emily’s adventures continue, which will likely feature more of France undermining her American ideal of what the country should be. It does not seem that this series is a laudatory publicity for France!
Cobra Kai (Season 4) – 12/31 /
Cobra Kai Season 4 will be help ring in the new year with the most important challenge of the series to date. Johnny and Daniel have joined forces in an attempt to put an end to John Kreese’s twisted version of Cobra Kai. Sadly, we already know that Kreese will recover in the form of Terry Silver, who has a knack for hunting down the most brutal rookies and fighters. I’m not sure who has the best chance of winning the All-Valley tournament out of all the main characters right now, but I’m optimistic that Miguel will return after he has gained a little more strength. My second pick is definitely Robby Keene, but man, what a bummer it would be if he won at this point.
Queer Eye (Season 6) – 12/31 /
strange eye fans know exactly what the show is all about at this point, and as a fan i can say that i am definitely not fed up with it. The Fab 5 are back and looking to revamp the lives of people in need of a little refreshment, and they’re heading to Austin, Texas this season to change hearts and minds in Lone Star State. . I’m curious to see how the boys are adjusting to life there and if they learn anything along the way about living in the heart of Texas.
Netflix subscribers can watch all of these shows and more On the platform starting in December. I look forward to a good month of original content to wrap up 2021 and hope 2022 will be even more loaded with iconic originals that will take another year through.