As we finish off the eventful year of 2019 we will always need to have some good content to stream.

Thankfully, Netflix are on hand to deliver us some prime content in the form of great TV series and films.

December sees a whole host of movie content, randing from action blockbusters to sure-fire award darlings.

Action director Michael Bay brings us a Ryan Reynolds outing with 6 Underground, while Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson will break our hearts in divorce drama Marriage Story.

Meanwhile, if it’s Christmas goodness you need then there’s A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby due out for more cheesy festive love.

In the series offerings, however, we have a new fantasy epic in the form of The Witcher and a musical drama in the form of Soundtrack.

Finally, it will be time to close your curtains as creepy Joe (Penn Badgley) is back in an all-new season of hit thriller You.

So, here’s what we have to look forward to in December 2019 on Netflix.

New on Netflix in December 2019 – TV and film release dates

Netflix TV series

Magic for Humans season 2 – December 4

Justin Williams is back for more humorous and magical tricks for those he encoutners.

V Wars season 1 – December 5

Dr. Luther Swann (Ian Somerhalder) enters a world of unimaginable horror when a mysterious disease transforms his best friend Michael Fayne (Adrian Holmes) into a vampire. As Swann tries to stop more being transformed, Fayne rises to be the leader of this dangerous new race.

Triad Princess – December 6

Growing up in the shadow of her Triad father, Angie craves a life of independence – and becomes a bodyguard for a glamorous showbiz star.

The Confession Killer – December 6

A five-part documentary series that examines a serial killer who confessed to hundreds of other murders – in graphic detail – that he didn’t even commit. But how was he convicted of them?

Soundtrack season 1 – December 18

A romantic musical series set in Los Angeles that is sure to leave us with a spring in our steps. Starring Callie Hernandez, Jahmil French, Jenna Dewan, Campbell Scott, Madeleine Stowe, and  Marianne Jean-Baptiste.

The Witcher season 1 – December 20

Based on the best-selling fantasy series, The Witcher follows Feralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), a solitary monster hunter, who teams up with a young princess and powerful sorceress to stop a great evil.

Lost in Space season 2 – December 24

The Robinson family return for more adventures – but without their beloved robot. Now they must find a way back to the other colonists before it is too late.

You season 2 – December 26

The new season looks set to adapt the sequel novel to You by Caroline Kepnes,  Hidden Bodies . The novel sees Joe Goldberg ( Penn Badgley ) move to Los Angeles and find a new obsession in aspiring chef, Love Quinn. However, not only does Joe need to hide his monstrous behaviour with Beck, but he now also has to deal with the complication of his ex Candace, who is now back in town.

The Neighbour season 1 – December 31

What would you do if you lived next door to a superhero? Jose finds that his new neighbour Javier is actually a dysfunctional superhero named Titan and is in some grave need of some life advice.

The Gift (Atiye) season 1 – December 31

When an archaeologist uncovers a symbol in an old ruin the perfect life in Istanbul of brilliant and beautiful painter Atiye begins to completely unravel.

Spectros season 1 – December 31

A supernatural thriller in which five teenagers in Sao Paulo, Brazil, are drawn into an unearthly danger, the likes of which they have never seen before.

Netflix films

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby – December 5

Amber and Richard have a baby on the way and Christmas is finally in Aldovia, but when a 600-year-old treaty vanishes, a curse could finally come true!

Marriage Story – December 6

Acclaimed director Noah Baumbach delivers a heartbreaking tale of divorce when the marriage of a theatre director (Adam Driver) and an actress (Scarlett Johansson) falls apart and they figure out how best to parent their young son. Laura Dern, Alan Alda, and Ray Liotta also star as divorce lawyers.

6 Underground – December 13

Six supposedly-dead individuals are the new kind of action heroes that the world needs as the freedom of ‘death’ enables them to save innocent lives from disaster. Directed by Michael Bay and starring Ryan Reynolds.

The Two Popes – December 20

When Cardinal Bergoglio (Jonathan Pryce) asks Pope Benedict (Anthony Hopkins) permission to retire, introspective Pope Benedict summons his harshest critic and future successor to Rome to reveal a scandalous secret about the Catholic Church that will change both of their lives forever. Inspired by true events.

Dead Kids – December 31

Dead Kids tells the story of a socially awkward teen who bonds with a group of misfits who plot to unleash a comeuppance on the school’s arrogant rich kid, but then the kidnapping scheme turns deadly. Based on true events.

What will you be watching in December on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below