The last act of “Money Heist”, the return of the protagonists of “Sex and the City”, a second installment of “The Witcher” with Henry Cavill or “The book of Bobba Fett”, head the news of series that reach platforms in the month of December.
“THE MONEY HEIST“(S5, Part 2), December 3 on Netflix
“Money Heist” comes to an end. The most famous thieves on television keep their pulse on the system by storming the Bank of Spain, although they go through its lowest hours, with some of the members in danger of death and doubts about the loyalty of their own colleagues.
These last five episodes put an end to what has been the Spanish series with the most international repercussion in recent times.
“AND JUST LIKE THAT”, December 9 on HBO Max
Three of the four “Sex and the City” leads, Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) reunite to show how life and friendship at 50 can be even more complex than at 30.
The fourth protagonist of the original group, Samantha (Kim Cattrall), will not appear in this sequel, but the controversial Mr. Big (Chris Noth) and new faces such as Sara Ramírez, Sarita Choudhury, Nicole Ari Parker or Karen Pittman will.
“THE WITCHER” (S2), December 17 on Netflix
Henry Cavill once again takes on the role of Geralt of Rivia, a lonely monster hunter who struggles to find his place in a world where people tend to be more evil than beasts in this second season of “The Witcher”, a series based on the hit fantasy book series of the same name, an epic tale about fate and family.
“THE BOOK OF BOBBA FETT”, December 29 on Disney +
Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen star in this new series in the ‘Star Wars’ franchise in which the legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett and the mercenary Fennec Shand navigate the underworld of the Galaxy and return to the sands of Tatooine to claim territory. that once ruled Jabba the Hutt and his crime syndicate. Jon Favreau and Robert Rodríguez are among the executive producers.
“HARLEM”, December 3 on Prime Video
In the style of “Sex and the City” but in Harlem instead of Manhattan and with African-American protagonists, “Harlem” follows four friends in their day-to-day lives, their careers, relationships and dreams.
The characters are a promising teacher struggling to find a place for love in her life; a tech-savvy businesswoman who changes partners on a regular basis; a singer without a filter and a fashion designer who is a hopeless romantic.
“THE WONDER YEARS”, December 22 on Disney +
Another African American revision, in this case of “The Wonder Years”, tells the story of the Williams family in the 1960s through the eyes of Dean, a 12-year-old boy with a lot of imagination.
“THE FERRAGNEZ”, December 9 on Prime Video
Chiara Ferragni is a digital businesswoman and fashion icon with more than 25 million followers on Instagram. Fedez, a versatile artist with more than 60 platinum records and 13 million followers on the same social network.
This documentary series, shot between the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021, offers its followers a vision of the couple never seen before, from Chiara’s second pregnancy to Fedez’s first participation in the Sanremo Music Festival.
“EMILY IN PARIS” (S2), December 22 on Netflix
After the success of the first season, the second installment of “Emily in Paris” returns to Netflix with 10 new episodes, starring Lily Collins. A series that drinks from the glamor and style of “Sex and the City”, but with a more light comedy tone.