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Streaming: the best releases of December 2021


Streaming: the best releases of December 2021

It will be a bubbly December for all streaming platforms, which will offer their subscribers products able to satisfy all tastes and needs. During the upcoming holidays, we will be able to greet some television series that have kept us company in the past years, such as The House of Paper and Lost in Space, whose last seasons will be available on Netflix. Netflix itself also relaunches with some films destined to have an important role in the 2022 Oscar race, such as the particular reinterpretation of the western The power of the dog, signed by Jane Campionthe last extraordinary work of Paolo Sorrentino It was the hand of God or the highly anticipated Don’t Look Up by Adam McKaywith protagonists Leonardo Dicaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett And Meryl Streep.

Streaming: December releases on Amazon Prime Video

No less is Amazon Prime Video, which will bring to its catalog a popular film such as Being the Ricardos by Aaron Sorkin, starring Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem, and The Ferragnez – The series, an interesting mix between documentary and reality show dedicated to the life of star Chiara Ferragni And Fedez. The platform is also always active on the front of external acquisitions: in December we will also find the whole Harry Potter saga and A Quiet Place II and Come un gatto in tangenziale – Return to Coccia di Morto on Amazon Prime Video, recently passed in the room.

December releases on Disney +

Disney + also has its say in the so-called streaming battle. The ace in the hole of the platform is definitely The Book of Boba Fett, a new series set in the Star Wars universe that will debut on December 29th, in time for a slap-up closing of the year for all fans of the events of the distant galaxy. far away. Cinephiles will be able to count on the arrival in the catalog of The Last Duel of Ridley Scott, which aims to recover disappointing receipts in the hall with streaming. Also not to be missed is the long-awaited arrival on Disney + of Mickey’s Christmas Carol, a reinterpretation of the classic by Charles Dickens which has in turn become an animation classic.

The other streaming platforms

The streaming war isn’t limited to the three main contenders. In December, Sky and Now also offer their subscribers projects with a strong appeal. Above all, certainly stand out And Just Like That …, a sequel / reboot of *** and the City which will be broadcast weekly at the same time as the United States, and A Casa tutti bene, a series of Gabriele Muccino based on his film of the same name, received with enthusiasm during the latest edition of the Rome Film Fest.

Apple TV + will also be part of the game, which in December will stream Swan Song (Swan Song), an intense family drama set in the future, with two exceptional protagonists such as Mahershala Ali and Glenn Close.