Looking for Shows to Binge This December? Check Out Our List

Get your blanket and favorite drink ready to curl up on the couch and watch these shows.

Looking for Shows to Binge This December? Check Out Our List (Emily in Paris. (L to R) Ashley Park as Mindy, Jin Xuan Mao as Etienne in episode 301 of Emily in Paris. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022)

December has plenty of new and returning shows for people to watch. With many options, we’ve narrowed down a few shows we think you should watch, so whether you have Netflix, Hulu or HBO Max, there’s something on the list for you to binge on during the holidays. 

  • “Gossip Girl” Season 2 (HBO Max - Streaming now)
    • A reboot of the original 2007 “Gossip Girl” show, the first season enthralled viewers with the high school drama of lies, deceit, and jealousy among the elites of the upper east side, and season 2 will be no different. Starring Jordan Alexander, Thomas Doherty, and Whitney Peak, viewers are in for a ride as we see the drama unfolds between these characters.
  • “Money Heist: Korean - Joint Economic Area Part 2” (Netflix - Dec. 9)
    • Looking for an action-packed story with twists and turns, look no further than “Money Heist: Korean,” a show based on a group of criminal masterminds that set out to pull off a heist of four trillion won. Part 1 of the show introduced us to the characters and their motives, but based on the trailer for Part 2, we start to see our beloved team fall apart as their mission goes awry.  
  • “Baking It” Season 2 (Peacock - Dec. 12)
    • If you need some baking inspiration for Christmas holiday treats, check out “Baking It.” Hosted by comedian favorites, Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler, the series follows eight contestants competing in each episode to create savory sweets until it’s down to one person who takes home the cash prize. Definitely tune into this one if you are a food lover. 
  • “Kindred” (Hulu - Dec. 13)
    •  Based on Octavia E. Butler’s novel, the new series on Hulu follows a young woman who uproots her life to start over in a new town, but the new beginning isn’t what it seems. She soon finds herself transferring back and forth between 1815 and current times, struggling to determine what’s real and what’s not.
  • “National Treasure: Edge of History” (Disney+ - Dec. 14)
    • This new series on Disney Plus is a continuation of the original “National Treasure” movie franchise. It follows a young woman, Jess Valenzuela, as she discovers the hidden secrets of family and goes on an adventure with her friends leading to priceless treasures. Along the way, she encounters foes who are also in search of the hidden treasure making it an action-adventure show for all to watch.
  • “The Recruit” (Netflix - Dec. 16)
  • Noah Centimeo’s name is often synonymous with romantic comedies, but in this new series on Netflix, Noah plays a CIA lawyer who gets entangled in international politics that has him fighting for his life. This new series is action-packed and will appeal to those who love James Bond films. 
  • “Emily in Paris” Season 3 (Netflix - Dec. 21)
    • Bon Retour - that means welcome back in French as we dive into Season 3 of “Emily in Paris”. In the second season of the series, Emily is left with the choice of staying at her current film or joining the new firm that her ex-boss is starting. What will Emily do? Tune in on Dec 21st to find out.
  • “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” Season 3 (Amazon Prime Video - Dec. 21)
    • Your favorite CIA Analyst is back and ready to kick some ass. When the series began, Jack, played by our lovable actor from “The Office”, John Krasinski, went from working an office job to a scandal that has him fighting for his life. Jack returns in Season 3 to stop a rebellious group within the government and prevent the onset of World War III.
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