The best movies and TV shows coming to Amazon, HBO, Hulu and more in December

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(Note: Real-time streaming services change schedules from time to time without notice.)

‘The rescue’

Start broadcast: December 3rd

In “The Rescue,” the documentary team of Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin, who won an Oscar for their film “Free Solo,” tells the stories of skilled divers who worked to save a A dozen young Thai football players trapped in a flooded Tham Luang Nang Non Cave in the summer of 2018. The rescue operation drew volunteers from around the world and was covered in depth by the media and press. . Vasarhelyi and Chin incorporate some of that coverage into “The Rescue,” along with new interviews with the rescue team, to get a more complete view of what happened. But their main focus is what divers experienced while trying to figure out how to navigate underground passages and how to extract survivors. The images in POV that divers often shot are creepy, capturing claustrophobic pressure and the feeling of panic that sets in when the waters rise.

‘Boba Fett’s Book’

Start broadcast: December 29th

There are no new episodes of “The Mandalorian” until 2022, so fans of the bounty hunter subculture of the “Star Wars” universe will have to rely on this derivative series to overcome them. Temuera Morrison returns as Boba Fett, a mercenary with a history who, along with his colleague Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen), emerges from hiding and tries to re-establish himself as someone he is afraid of. respect in the criminal underworld. Much of Mandalorian’s creative team also worked on “Boba Fett’s Book,” as did some of the supporting cast. This promises to be another action-packed setback adventure, exploring the difficult lives and complicated codes of ethics of the characters whose work demands danger and violence.

Also arriving:

December 3rd

“Shy Child’s Diary”

December 8th

“Welcome to Earth”

December 15th

“Foodtastic”, season 1

December 17th

“Arendelle Castle Yule Log: Cut Paper Edition”

‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 15

Start broadcast: December 2nd

The longest sitcom in television history returns for a new season. As usual, he will combine the show’s badges with some episodes that are directly related to what is happening in today’s world. For example, the first episode of the season is about how the Paddy’s Pub gang (Mac, Charlie, Dennis, Dee and Frank) try to make money with the pandemic. And episode two comments on the sometimes reckless political inaccuracy of some of the older “It’s always sunny in Philadelphia” jokes. The series continues from here, filtering reality through the biased perspective of characters who hardly change, even though society continues to change around them.

Also arriving:

December 1st

“Candified: Home for the Holidays”, Season 1

December 2nd

“Godfather of Harlem,” Season 1

December 3rd

“The New York Times Presents: Living and Dying in Alabama”

“PEN15”, season 2, part 2

“Trolls: Holidays in Harmony”

December 9th

“Bloods”, season 1

“Creamerie”, season 1

“Swan Song”

December 10th

“Crossing Swords”, Season 2

December 16th

“Sleeping Death”

December 17th

“Sea / Android”

December 23rd

“Dragons: The Nine Kingdoms” Season 1

December 26th

“Letterkenny” Season 10

‘Being the Ricardos’

Start broadcast: December 21st

Writer and director Aaron Sorkin continues his American history lesson “The Trial of the Chicago 7” with another look at our cultural past, this time exploring the world of television in its infancy as a medium of mass communication. In “Being the Ricardos,” Nicole Kidman plays Lucille Ball and Javier Bardem plays Desi Arnaz during a week-long production of the innovative 1950s sitcom “I Love Lucy.” The setup frames a larger study of the couple’s tumultuous romantic, creative and business couple. Expect to hear a lot of Sorkin’s quick dialogue, applied to backstage melodrama with echoes from his TV series “Sports Night” and “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip”.

Also arriving:

December 3rd

“Harlem”

December 9th

“The Ferragnez”

December 10th

“Meeting”

“The Expanse”, season 6

December 17th

“With love”

December 23rd

“Annually departed”

“Listening to Kenny G”

Start broadcast: December 2nd

The “Music Box” documentary series releases three new HBO movies this month, including “Mr. Saturday Night” (about the stunning industry entrepreneur Robert Stigwood) and “Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss.” and the most influential career of the rapper.) But the film that will probably get the most attention is Penny Lane’s provocative cunning “Listening to Kenny G”. Successful and deeply divided, made with his full participation, serves as a sincere consideration of why some people love Kenny G’s music and why some think he’s a schmaltz Gorelick is a disarming, willing interviewer to defend himself but apparently does not care about his critical reputation, it is the critics who appear in the documentary who add the most, as they honestly struggle with the long-term effects – positive and negative – of popular music halfway.

Also arriving:

December 1st

“Adrienne”

December 2nd

“Perfect life”

“Santa Inc”

December 5th

“Foreigners”

December 6th

“Landscapers”

December 7th

“The slow hustle”

December 9th

“And so…”

“Mr. Saturday Night “

December 13th

“Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street”

December 16th

“Finding Magic Mike”

“WRLD Juice: Into the Abyss”

“Eleven Station”

December 22nd

“Matrix Resurrections”

“1883”

Start broadcast: December 19th

Given that modern western drama “Yellowstone” is one of the most watched cable and streaming series right now, it was probably inevitable that Paramount and the show’s creator, Taylor Sheridan, would try to expand the franchise. Sheridan, a consummate writer, director and producer whose credits include “Sicario” and “Hell or High Water” – ventures into the late 19th century to follow a gray-haired adventurer (played by Sam Elliott) while helping a pair of pioneers. (played by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill) find their way to Montana. There, they will set up the Dutton Ranch which is the main stage of “Yellowstone”, though not without many obstacles and soul searching that make the parents’ show so compelling.

Also arriving:

December 2nd

“The Queen of the Universe”

December 23rd

“Reno 911: The Hunt for QAnon”

“Cooking”

Start broadcast: December 2nd

The team behind the exciting reality show “Making It” offers a unique twist on the oven, in a series in which teams of two people cook in a home kitchen and try to impress a jury of four grandmothers with opinions. Maya Rudolph and Andy Samberg are the hosts of “Baking It,” which offers playful jokes and sincere support while contestants produce creative and delicious treats. The level of drama is intentionally kept low, leaving room for many good holiday vibes.

“MacGruber”

Start broadcast: December 16th

Comedian Will Forte and “Saturday Night Live” writers and directors Jorma Taccone and John Solomon introduced Special Agent MacGruber (played by Forte) in a series of “SNL” sketches that began in 2007. rotate the character. in a weird 2010 movie that has a fierce fan cult; they now bring MacGruber back to television as a parody of serialized action and adventure, with the hero returning to work after a decade in prison. Kristen Wiig returns as a companion to the superspy, for the absurd and sincere riffs of international thrillers of the 80s and 90s.

Also arriving:

December 4th

“Siwas Dance Pop Revolution”

December 9th

“The housewives of the North Pole”

December 23rd

“Vigil”

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