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Entertainment / December 1, 2020

Here’s what you should watch on Netflix this month

Photo: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Netlix
Entertainment / December 1, 2020

Here’s what you should watch on Netflix this month

Words: Katie Gartland

December is the perfect time to binge watch Netflix guilt-free.

Netflix has absolutely stocked up with new titles this month to keep us going until the new year. It’ll be a weird Christmas this year but at least we’ll all be able to cosy up in front of the telly.

We’re keeping an eye out for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, a film about a 1920s jazz and blues singer starring Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman. The highly anticipated period drama Bridgerton, starring out very own Nicola Coughlan is set to be released on Christmas Day.

Here’s some new titles we’re looking forward to:




The Prom

Tiny Pretty Things

Home For Christmas 2

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

The Midnight Sky