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What’s new on Netflix UK this week – 14th December

We may not be in lockdown anymore, but with millions of us in Tier 3, there’s not a great deal to do. Never fear, Netflix is here to save the day with a new raft of films and shows. Here’s everything that’s coming to the streaming service this week.

Monday, December 14th

A California Christmas (2020) – this Netflix original romcom sees a rich man go undercover as a lowly ranch worker to win the girl of his dreams

Black Water: Abyss (2020) – fans of horror will love this flick about a killer crocodile on the loose in Northern Australia

Hard Kill (2020) – Bruce Willis stars in this tech-filled action thriller

Hilda (Season 2) – Netflix’s best-loved animated children’s series returns for a second season

Tiny Pretty Things (Season 2) – a return for Netflix’s mystery drama set in an elite ballet school

Tuesday, December 15th

Song Exploder (Volume 2) – the latest instalment of the musical docuseries

Wednesday, December 16th

Anitta: Made In Honório (Season 1) – a musical docuseries about the Brazilian pop sensation, Anitta

How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding (Season 1) – a three-part South African festive comedy series

The Ripper (Limited Series) – Netflix’s docuseries chronicles the life and crimes of the notorious Peter Sutcliffe


Thursday, December 17th

Love You to the Stars and Back (2017) – an adventure comedy from the Philippines

Friday, December 18th

Home For Christmas (Season 2) – this Norwegian romcom series sees a young woman battle ex-boyfriends and new neighbours as she enters a new relationship

Jeopardy! (Collections) – more classic episodes of the famous American gameshow

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (2020) – Viola Davis stuns as the trailblazing blues musician Ma Rainey alongside the late Chadwick Boseman

Saturday, December 19th

Nothing new

Sunday, December 20th

Mary, Queen of Scots (2018) – Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie star as Mary, Queen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth I respectively in this period drama

Ocean’s Eight (2018) – Rihanna and Sandra Bullock lead an all-female cast in the latest instalment of the heist comedy series

Stay tuned for more new releases. Keep reading our TV & Showbiz section to find out more entertainment news.

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