Joanna’s Guide to What’s Worth Streaming in December
December is upon us- or as I like to call it, the final level of 2020. This year has been a complete roller coaster, but we made it. With the temperatures outside getting cooler, and a surge in Coronavirus cases expected, staying indoors and watching something on your favorite streaming service is probably the best call.
If you're wondering what will be leaving your favorite streaming service, click here for a list. Note that in that list, "The Office" will be leaving Netflix by the end of the year. Michael Scott and the rest of the gang at Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. will now call Peacock their new home. Peacock is the NBC streaming service that comes with two tiers- a free tier where you can watch programming for free (with ads), and a second tier that costs $4.99 for over 20,000 hours of programming. Unfortunately, as of right now, we don't know which tier "The Office" will be in. So, if you haven't already, watch "The Office" now!
As for what's new on the streaming services; you can find EVERYTHING that's coming to Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video by clicking here. You can find out what's new on Disney Plus by clicking here and everything new for HBO Max by clicking here. Below, I have listed what I think is worth streaming in December.
Holiday Movies That Made Us
Selena: The Series
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 4
The Hardy Boys: Complete Season 1
You Cannot Kill David Arquette (2020)
Amazon Prime Video
A League Of Their Own (1992)
Sound of Metal — Amazon Original Movie
I’m Your Woman — Amazon Original Movie
The Mandalorian Chapter 14
The Mandalorian Chapter 15
Cosmos: Possible Worlds (s1)
The Mandalorian: Chapter 16
Euphoria, “Trouble Don’t Last Always,” Special Episode Premiere (HBO)
Murder on Middle Beach, Docuseries Finale (HBO)
Let Them All Talk, HBO Max Original Film Premiere
House of Ho, HBO Max Original Series Premiere
The Flight Attendant, HBO Max Limited Series Premiere
Wonder Woman 1984
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