Wondering what's new coming on Netflix this December? If so, you've come to the right place. Here's a list of TV shows, movies and documentaries that you can watch on Netflix.

First week

If you are fond of crime documentaries, you should watch "The Masked Scammer," which will start streaming this Thursday. Those who love watching movies featuring monsters or fictional creatures should go for "Troll," which will also release on the same day.

"Hot Skull," which will be available from this Friday onward, is a movie based on an epidemic that spread through verbal communication. You can also watch the romantic drama "Lady Chatterley's Lover" this Friday. "Scrooge: A Christmas Carol" and "Sr." are also coming to Netflix this Friday.

Second week

A spin-off of "Mighty Express," titled "Mighty Trains Race," will release on the streaming platform on Dec. 5. A romantic Christmas comedy, "Delivery by Christmas," will be available from Dec. 6 onward and on the same day, Sebastian Maniscalco's new stand-up special, "Is It Me?" will also release.

You can also enjoy "The Boss Baby: Christmas Bonus" animated series with your kids and family on Dec. 6. "Too Hot To Handle" will release on Dec. 7.

Third week

If you enjoy sports documentaries, you should watch "Last Chance U: Basketball," which is dropping on Dec. 13. Japanese series "Gudetama: An Eggcellent Adventure" will also release the same day.

Here's another stand-up comedy special on the list. Tom Papa's "What a Day!" will start streaming from Dec. 13 onward. Christmas comedy "I Believe in Santa" will also release on the same day.

Another Christmas special, "Who Killed Santa? A Murderville Murder Mystery," featuring Will Arnett, will also hit the streaming platform the same day.

Fourth week

Lily Collins will reprise her role as Emily Cooper in the third season of "Emily in Paris," which will drop on Dec. 21. Daniel Craig's "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" will release on Dec. 23.

"Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical," "The Witcher: Blood Origin," "Time Hustler" and "Vir Das: Landing" will be out on Christmas Day.

Fifth week

Charlie Cox starrer "Treason" will be available to stream from Dec. 26 onward, while Chelsea Handler's stand-up special, "Revolution," will drop the next day. Adam Driver's "White Noise" will release on Dec. 30.

On Dec. 31, Netflix will release a special show featuring highlights of all the stand-ups of the year.

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