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From ‘Money Heist’ to ‘The Unforgivable’, here’s what’s coming to Netflix in December

Here's everything new coming to Netflix in December 2021 (Online)

The last month of 2021 is almost here which also means that a slew of new television and movie offerings on Netflix is also upon us.

From another amazing season of Emily in Paris and The Witcher to  Sandra Bullock starrer ‘The Unforgivable’, here is a list of movies and series coming on Netflix next month.

Money Heist (December 3)

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With part two of season 5, the most popular Netflix original series ‘Money Heist’ will end. Its season 5 ‘s part 2 is set to give us high-octane action along with intense emotions. The Netflix show will release its last set of episodes on December 3.

Aranyak (December 10)

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Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon will make her digital debut with Netflix’s Aranyak. The series is a thriller and supernatural. Besides Tandon, the series will also star Ashutosh Rana, Parambrata Chatterjee, Zakir Hussain, Meghna Malik, and Indraneil Sengupta in pivotal roles.

The Unforgivable (December 10)

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Starring Sandra Bullock in the lead, the movie is one of those new Netflix releases with a storyline of a murder mystery. Moreover, the movie will also feature Viola Davis acting in the movie.

The Witcher (December 17)

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Based on the work of Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, Netflix’s wildly popular fantasy series follows its titular mutant Geralt (Henry Cavill) as he travels the Continent, slaying dangerous monsters for coin. The Witcher season 2 will premiere on Netflix on 17th December.

Decoupled (December 17)

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Decoupled is an Indian series that features R Madhavan as Arya and Surveen Chawla as Shruti in the leading roles. The promo offers a glimpse of the separation that a couple is undergoing.

Emily in Paris (December 22)

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Emily in Paris will premier its season 2 on Netflix next month. Netflix confirmed the return of the series for a second season with a quirky note penned by Emily’s long-suffering boss Sylvie, played by Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu.

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