Netflix has released the full list of movies, series and documentaries coming to the streaming platform this December.

First week

A new episode of the highly anticipated "Money Heist" series will drop in the first week of December. "Money Heist: Part 5 Vol. 2" will release on Dec. 3. On the same day, a comedy-drama revolving around a teenage girl, "Mixtape," will drop on the streaming platform. The animated movie "Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous" season 4 is also slated to release on the same day.

Second week

Family comedy movie "David and the Elves" will drop on Dec. 6, while the animated series "Go, Dog. Go!" Season 2 is all set to drop on Dec. 7. Another animated movie, "Back to the Outback," which will drop in theaters on Dec. 2, is coming to Netflix on Dec. 10 along with the drama "The Unforgivable." 

Third week

As the holiday season is approaching, Netflix has two Christmas-based movies releasing on Dec. 16 – "A California Christmas: City Lights" and "A Naija Christmas." If you love underwater life, you should check out the "Puff: Wonders Of The Reef" documentary. It will release on Dec. 16.

For people who love fantasy dramas, the hotly anticipated series "The Witcher" is a perfect choice. "The Witcher" will return on Dec. 17 with Season 2. "Fast & Furious Spy Racers" Season 6 is also slated to release on Dec. 17.

Fourth week

Leonardo DiCaprio's "Don't Look Up," starring Jennifer Lawrence, Timothée Chalamet, Chris Evans and Ariana Grande is slated to release on Dec. 24. The comedy movie will drop in theaters on Dec. 10.

"Stories of a Generation - with Pope Francis" is another documentary coming to Netflix next month. It will release on Dec. 25. If you enjoy Netflix's special comedy, then you should check out "Jimmy Carr: His Dark Material," which will also drop on the same day.

Fifth week

"Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer" is another documentary that you can watch from Dec. 29 onward. "The Lost Daughter" will drop on the streaming platform on Dec. 31 after its theatrical release on Dec. 17. "Cobra Kai" Season 4 and "Queer Eye" Season 6 are returning to Netflix on Dec. 31.

Bonus: Here's a list of new movies that you can enjoy in theaters or from the comfort of your homes. See the full list here.

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