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Along with all the warm and fuzzy content that awaits you this holiday season, there is also a series of stellar binge-worthy series and movies hitting the streaming services during the month of December.

Awards season favorites are starting to roll out, including the highly anticipated Netflix movie “The Power of the Dog” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, already gaining Oscar buzz for his role in it. Another film screened for awards season is “Being the Ricardos” by Aaron Sorkin starring Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.

A second season of the Golden Globe and Emmy nominated series “Emily in Paris” will also satisfy your travel urge as you see Emily (Lily Collins) take over Paris. And for Carrie Bradshaw fans, the wait is finally over as the “Sex and the City” stories continue with the new “And Just Like That” series, which premieres on Crave this month.

Check out the full list of our top picks for streaming on Netflix, Disney +, Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Apple TV +, and Paramount + this month below!

Best movies and shows to watch on Netflix

The power of the dog. Image via Netflix

Charismatic breeder Phil Burbank (Benedict Cumberbatch) inspires fear and dread in those around him. When his brother brings home a new wife (Kirsten Dunst) and his son, Phil torments them and asserts his power. Broadcasts on December 1st.

Sandra Bullock looks at herself in a mirror in a still image from The Unforgivable
The Unpardonable. Image via Netflix

After being released from prison, a woman (Sandra Bullock) convicted of murder searches for the younger sister she was forced to abandon. Broadcasts on December 10.

Lily Collins stars in Emily in Paris: Season 2.
Emily in Paris: Season 2. Image via Netflix

As Emily (Lily Collins) finds her place in Paris, the fallout from a night of passion could trip her up. Broadcasts on December 22.

Jonah Hill, Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence in a photo for Don't Look Up.
Don’t look. Image via Netflix

Two astronomers (Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence) embark on a media tour to warn humanity of a destructive comet rushing towards Earth. The star-studded film also stars Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Ariana Grande and Timothée Chalamet. Broadcasts on December 24.

Olivia Colman relaxes on a beach in a photo from The Lost Daughter.
The lost girl. Image via Netflix

A college professor (Olivia Colman) confronts his troubling past after meeting a woman (Dakota Johnson) and her young daughter on a leisurely vacation by the sea. Things take an unsettling turn when Colman’s fixation awakens memories of his pass. Broadcasts on December 31.

Best Movies and Shows to Watch on Amazon Prime Video

Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem in a photo from Being the Ricardos.
To be the Ricardos. Image via Amazon Prime Video

Directed by Aaron Sorkin, “Being the Ricardos” takes audiences into the writers’ room, on the soundstage and behind closed doors with Lucille Ball (Nicole Kidman) and Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem) during a week of their groundbreaking sitcom “J love lucy. ” Broadcasts on December 21.

Riz Ahmed and two children in a photo by Encounter.
Meet. Image via Amazon Prime Video

A decorated sailor, Malik Khan (Riz Ahmed) is trained to identify risks and threats, but what if the risk seems totally trivial? When Malik begins to believe that alien insects are taking over people, he decides to take it upon himself to protect his two young sons from a global parasitic invasion. Broadcasts on December 10.

Best Movies and Shows to Watch on Disney +

Extract from Boba Fett's book.  Image via Disney +
Boba Fett’s book. Image via Disney +

This series is a Star Wars adventure that was teased in a surprise ending credit streak following “The Mandalorian” Season 2 finale. Tatooine to claim their territory. Broadcasts on December 29.

Diary of a Wimpy Child.  Image via Disney +
Diary of a Wimpy Child. Image via Disney +

The first book in Jeff Kinney’s hit series arrives on Disney + in the all-new ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ animated adventure. Greg Heffley (Brady Noon) is a lean but ambitious kid with an active imagination and big plans to become rich and famous – he must survive college first. Broadcasts on December 3.

Best Movie to Watch on Apple TV +

Swan song.  Image via Apple TV +
Swan song. Image via Apple TV +

Set in the near future, “Swan Song” is a powerful and emotional journey told through the eyes of Cameron (Mahershala Ali), a loving husband and father. When Cameron is diagnosed with a terminal illness, his doctor (Glenn Close) offers him an alternative solution to protect his family from grief – to clone himself. Broadcasts on December 17th.

Best Movie and Series to Watch on Crave

And just like that.  Image via Crave
And just like that. Image via Crave

In a new chapter in HBO’s groundbreaking ‘Sex and the City’ series, this show follows Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) as they navigate the complicated reality of life. and friendship in their 50s. The first two episodes will air on December 9, followed by new episodes every week.

La brigade suicide.  Image via Crave
La brigade suicide. Image via Crave

Belle Reve, the prison with the highest death rate in the country, is home to some of the world’s worst supervillains. In exchange for their freedom, the prisoners join Task Force X and are sent on a mission to destroy evidence of a giant alien starfish. The film stars a cast including Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena, Sylvester Stallone and Viola Davis. Broadcasts on December 24.

Best Movie and Series to Watch on Paramount +

Queen of the Universe.  Image via Paramount +
Queen of the Universe. Image via Paramount +

This drag competition, the first of its kind, meets a worldwide singing competition is organized by Graham Norton and a jury composed of Vanessa Williams, American drag superstar Trixie Mattel and Leona Lewis. Broadcasts on December 2.

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