Tis’ the season to be jolly! If you find your joys from binge-watching away your holidays, we have got your back. Don’t waste precious time scrolling through the endless suggestions of your OTT platforms and check out our curated list of Stop! Before you venture into the dark and twisty journey into the suggested section of top picks of the latest films and TV shows, across popular OTT streaming platforms to keep you entertained through this month.
Binge Guide: 9 upcoming shows and films to stream in December
Our top OTT picks to keep you entertained all month
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio (December 9)
We got the Cabinet of Curiosities and now we get Guillermo del Toro’s latest work of cinematic art with award-winning, stop-motion legend Mark Gustafson. Watch along as they reimagine the classic tale of the wooden boy. This time Pinocchio finds himself on an enchanted adventure that transcends worlds and reveals the power of love. Entertainment befitting the whole family!
The Volcano: Rescue from Whakaari (December 14)
This documentary made by Rory Kennedy tracks the minute-by-minute unfolding of the tragic volcanic eruption off the coast of New Zealand in December 2019 which claimed 22 lives. Prepare to experience the harsh realities of mother nature through this true story and witness glimpses of the courageous and quick-thinking citizens who sprang to action that day.
The Witcher: Blood Origin (December 25)
Probably one of the most awaited prequels of the year. Set in the elven world 1,200 years before the events of 'The Witcher’, this prequel will depict a story lost to time with glimpses into the creation of the first prototype Witcher and the events that lead to the pivotal Conjunction of the Spheres. Providing insight into how the world of monsters, men and elves merged to become one.
Moving In With Malaika (December 5)
We are missing the fabulous lives of Bollywood, but thankfully we shall be getting another glimpse into this strange, strange section of society. This show will mark Malaika Arora’s digital debut, with the true story of her life, past, present, and future through a host of unfiltered conversations. We will also see guest appearances from her friends and family as they spill the tea on her.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan S3 (December 21)
Jack Ryan returns for the third season and this time, we will see him working as a CIA case officer in Rome, as he is tipped off that the Sokol Project, a secret plan to restore the Soviet Empire, is being resurrected more than 50 years after it was thought to have been shut down. He must embark on a mission to confirm the intelligence provided to him and will face several challenges along the way. Prepare for a healthy dose of action and drama.
Nanny (December 16)
This psychological horror fable of displacement sees Aisha, a Senegalese immigrant who is hired to care for the daughter of an affluent couple living in New York City. She has left yearning for the son she left behind and hopes to get the chance to bring him to the U.S. But, she becomes increasingly unsettled by the family’s volatile home life and a violent presence begins to invade both her dreams and her reality. Prepare to be boggled and spooked by this one.
Senorita ‘89 (December 9)
Beauty meets crime in this scandalous thriller that explores the Dark Side of 1Mexican Beauty Pageants in the 80s. The tale dives into the crime and darkness that hides amongst the laughter, lights and glitter. Senorita ‘89 follows the story of budding beauty queens from across the country who must gather at an imposing ranch deep in the forest, where they must stay for 3 months in a bid to be crowned the next ‘Miss Mexico’.
The Pact S2 (December 16)
This second season of The Pact tells the intriguing and emotional tale of social worker Christine and her family trying to cope after the recent tragic death in the family. Things get interesting when their loyalties are put to the test upon being confronted by a stranger claiming a connection that nobody could have imagined.
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