9 titles to watch out for in Netflix this December

What better time than to sleep in, spend some extra time at home and binge on one’s favorite movies or TV series?

It’s that time of the year where spreading happiness is the norm!

In line with a happy December, here are some of the most anticipated shows and classics coming out on Netflix this December:

“It’s a Wonderful Life” (Dec. 1)

When a guardian angel finds a dejected George Bailey poised to jump off a bridge, he shows George what life would’ve been like had he never been born.

“Scrooge: A Christmas Carol” (Dec. 2)

On a cold Christmas Eve, selfish miser Ebenezer Scrooge has one night left to face his past — and change the future — before time runs out.

Guillermo del Toro’s “Pinocchio” (Dec. 9)

Oscar-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro reinvents the classic story of a wooden puppet brought to life in this stunning stop-motion musical tale.

“Alchemy of Souls” (Dec. 10)

Uk becomes a hunter of the soul-swapped, when a young woman, a prisoner in her own home, seeks his help to reclaim her freedom.

“Who Killed Santa? A Murderville Murder Mystery” (Dec. 15)

Senior Detective Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) is back and this time, the case is critical. Along with his two celebrity guest stars, Jason Bateman and Maya Rudolph, he is on a mission to figure out... who killed Santa? But here’s the catch: Jason Bateman and Maya Rudolph aren’t being given the script. They have no idea what’s about to happen to them.

“Emily in Paris: Season 3” (Dec. 21)

A year after moving to Paris for her dream job, Emily arrives at a career and romantic crossroads that will force her to decide where her future lies.

“Alice in Borderland: Season 2” (Dec. 22)

The games are deadlier, this world more wild and cruel; but will Arisu ever make it back to the real world — and will it be worth everything he’s lost?

“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” (Dec. 23)

In the follow up to Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out,” Detective Benoit Blanc travels to Greece to peel back the layers of a mystery involving a new cast of colorful suspects.

Roald Dahl’s “Matilda The Musical” (Dec. 25)

An extraordinary girl with a sharp mind and a vivid imagination takes a daring stand to change her story — with miraculous results. Meet Matilda.

All dates are subject to change without prior notice. Enjoy the holidays!