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One Piece Stampede, The Archies, The Crown: Netflix drops Christmas watchlist for 2023

Suhana Khan, Julia Roberts, Ananya Panday, Kanan Gill, Imelda Staunton feature in these movies and shows

Agrima Tikader Calcutta Published 02.12.23, 04:58 PM
(Clockwise) Posters of The Archies, The Crown, Kho Gaye Hum Kahan and One Piece Stampede.

(Clockwise) Posters of The Archies, The Crown, Kho Gaye Hum Kahan and One Piece Stampede. IMDb

It’s that time of the year when you hear bells jingling through the heavy winter air and think about which holiday movies to stream. Netflix has shared a Christmas watchlist on social media to brighten your mood, announcing a long lineup of movies and shows this December. Here’s a look.

The first week of December is packed with two Bollywood films and a show. Akshay Kumar-starrer disaster thriller Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue, based on a real-life event, started streaming on Netflix from December 1, while Bhumi Pednekar-led Thank You For Coming has also been made available on the streamer from that date. The second season of the South Korean web-series Sweet Home, too, is now available on the platform.


An animated sitcom, a romcom, a coming-of-age drama, and a psychological thriller are among the content that would drop on the second week of the month. Rick and Morty Season 7 Episode 8 will start streaming on Netflix from December 4, while Kanan Gill’s holiday romcom Christmas Usual will hit the streamer on December 6. Zoya Akhtar’s coming-of-age film The Archies, starring Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan and Amitabh Bachchan’s grandson Agastya Nanda, will be premiering on December 7. Tamil film Jigarthanda DoubleX, Julia Robers-Ethan Hawke-starrer psychological thriller Leave the World Behind and Ratna Pathak-Dia Mirza-starrer drama Dhak Dhak will release together on December 8.

The final half of the month will see Peter Morgan’s historical drama series The Crown Season 6 Part 2 dropping on Netflix December 14 along with the live-action Japanese fantasy adventure show Yu Yu Hakusho. The Christmas-themed romantic comedy series Yoh! Christmas and the 2019 anime film One Piece Stampede will hit the streaming service on December 15. Adarsh Gourav, Siddhant Chaturvedi and Ananya Panday-starrer Kho Gaye Hum Kahan will premiere on December 26 as the year’s final big release.

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