Here's What's Coming To Netflix In December 2016 To Keep You Cozy On A Cold Night

Bundle up and grab a hot cup of cocoa, because winter is officially on its way. It's the season of crisp air, baked goods, and staying inside. However, it's also the season of colds, a chill in your bones, and a whole lot of socializing. But, thanks to Netflix, winter won't let you down. A cold day inside can be done just right with the online streaming service is the gift that just keeps on giving. Celebrate the holiday season from the comfort of your own living room with the new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in December. Netflix's December line-up includes everything from the return of Netflix originals – like the Season 2 premiere of Fuller House — to an influx of family-friendly movies to help spread the holiday cheer.

If you're looking to take a break from the socializing aspect of the holiday season, the viewing options headed to Netflix this month can bring you various kinds of joy. Expect horror films, indie romances, and dramas that are all sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. There's something for everyone, as always, so you better start making room in your queue. Here are the TV show and movies you can find on Netflix this December 2016.

Editor's Note: This article has been updated from its original version.

'Honey, I Shrunk The Kids' (1989)

Think your family is crazy? One dad's experiment goes horribly wrong when he accidentally shrinks his kids down to the size of ants. This movie will bring laughs and fun to any family gathering. (December 1)

Walt Disney Pictures

'House Of Wax' (2005)

This version may be a remake of the 1953 classic, but that doesn't make it any less horrifying. A group of teenagers get trapped in wax museum and that's the least of their problems once more secrets of the museum are uncovered. Paris Hilton is in this, guys. (December 1)

Warner Bros. Pictures

'Hannibal' (2001)

Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter is just the scare you'll didn't know you needed this holiday season. He's not someone you would want over for Christmas dinner. (December 1)

Universal Pictures

'Picture Perfect' (1997)

Jennifer Aniston stars in this light-hearted tale of a woman who gets engaged for the sake of her career. However, mixing business with pleasure doesn't go quite as well as she planned. (December 1)

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

'The Angry Birds Movie' (2016)

Put your phone down and discover the method to the madness with the story behind the angry birds. Those green pigs aren't as cute as you thought they were. (December 1)

Columbia Pictures

'The Little Rascals' (1994)

There's nothing quite like young love. These little rascals are in for a surprise when they learn that girls may not have cooties after all. (December 1)

Universal Pictures

'The Crucible' (1996)

Based off of the play by Arthur Miller, the Salem witch trials are underway in this historical drama starring Winona Ryder and Daniel Day-Lewis. (December 1)

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

'White Girl' (2016)

This festival circuit hit heads to Netflix, bringing its harsh look on how far a girl will go to find love and fit in. Life in New York City gets a whole lot wilder. (December 1)


'Blue Jay' (2016)

Mark Duplass and Sarah Paulson star as former high school sweethearts who unexpectedly reconnect. It's a tale of life, love, and loss from their teenage years through adulthood. (December 6)


'Fuller House: Season 2' (2016)

The Tanners are back. The house is getting a even fuller this holiday season with all-new episodes taking us inside the lives of D.J., Stephanie, Kimmy Gibbler, and the rest of the family. Not to mention the introduction of Jimmy Gibbler. (December 9)

Michael Yarish/Netflix

'Marvel's Captain America: Civil War' (2016)

Watch Captain America, Iron Man, and the rest of Marvel's superhero team fight over their place in the world around them. (December 25)

Marvel Studios

'Beverly Hills Cop' (1984)

Eddie Murphy plays a Detroit cop who's in for a whole new level of work in this 1984 comedy. Fighting crime in Beverly Hills isn't quite what he expected. (December 1)

Paramount Pictures

'Holiday Engagement' (2011)

Don't have a date this Thanksgiving? No problem. In Holiday Engagement, one girl goes to great lengths to make sure her family doesn't know just how single she really is. (December 1)

Tim Johnson Productions

'Merry Kissmas' (2015)

Getting stuck in an elevator for the holidays doesn't sound all that romantic. However, it could be just the whirlwind adventure one woman needs to help determine her true love. (December 1)

Marvista Entertainment

'The Spirit Of Christmas' (2015)

Spending the holiday season alone isn't an option when one workaholic meets an unexpected guest during a stay at a bed and breakfast. Ghosts aren't just for Halloween. (December 1)

Lifetime Movie Network

'Toys' (1992)

Toys follows a military general and a toy maker (Robin Williams), who are forced to work together in order to preserve the values of their customers. Forget about Santa's workshop — Zevo Toys is where Netflix is taking viewers this December. (December 1)

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

'Uncle Nick' (2015)

Not all family is a joy to be around. In Uncle Nick, Brian Posehn plays that one family member we all know way too well. He'll make holiday with your family seem like a dream. (December 1)

Dark Sky Films

'The Devil's Dolls' (2016)

No one is safe when a serial killer and a dark force are on the loose. These are not the kinds of dolls you'll want to find under your Christmas tree. (December 6)

IFC Films

'The Model' (2016)

The fashion industry may not be as glamorous as it seems. In The Model, one model's obsession could end up hurting her career more than it helps. (December 6)


'I Am Not A Serial Killer' (2016)

It takes one to know one. I Am Not A Serial Killer follows a small town that has no other option but to seek out an unexpected source of advice when news breaks that there's a killer on the loose. (December 13)

Floodland Pictures

'Barry' (2016)

Before he was the President of the United States, Barack Obama was known as Barry. Actor Devon Terrell portrays Obama in this biopic about the president's college years. (December 16)

Linda Kallerus/Netflix

'Disorder' (2015)

War and home life become one and the same in Disorder, the story of an ex-soldier whose battle with his past is not over yet. (December 20)


'Spectral' (2016)

Spectral is a Netflix original movie about a military team set to ward off the supernatural. This makes it one of Netflix's first-ever original sci-fi films. (December 8)

Legendary Entertainment

'Wildflower' (2016)

What is a dream and what is reality? Wildflower explores the story of a college student with recurring dreams that may be trying to tell her something. (December 1)

Faith Street Film Partners

'The Way Of The Dragon' (1972)

Bruce Lee comes to the rescue in another one of his classic fighting films, The Way Of The Dragon. (December 1)

Concord Productions

'The Legend of Bagger Vance' (2000)

Will Smith and Matt Damon star in a mystical tale that will have you hitting the golf course as soon as it's over. (December 1)

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

'Switchback' (1997)

Nothing can get past an FBI Agent when his family is in the hands of a vicious serial killer on the loose. (December 1)

Paramount Pictures

'Harry and the Hendersons' (1987)

Bigfoot becomes a part of the family in Harry and The Hendersons... unless a greedy hunter can manage to break this family up. (December 1)

Universal Pictures

'D2: The Mighty Ducks' (1994)

The fame that comes with coaching Team U.S.A. goes to one coach's head while the fate of the ice hockey championships lays on the junior league's shoulders. (December 1)

Walt Disney Pictures

'For the Love of Spock' (2016)

This documentary film takes fans into Leonard Nimoy's journey as Spock in the beloved Star Trek series. It's a must for every Trekkie out there. (December 1)

Gravitas Ventures

'Black Snake Moan' (2006)

Samuel L. Jackson and Christina Ricci star in Black Snake Moan, a tale of an unlikely pair who find solace in helping one another. (December 1)

Paramount Classics

'Angels In The Snow' (2015)

Can going away for the holidays bring a family together? A family gathering in a mountain-surrounded cabin seems to be just the answer. (December 1)

Marvista Entertainment

'Always' (1989)

Romance doesn't get much more adventurous than this. A pilot takes a chance at love in this Steven Spielberg flick. (December 1)

Universal Pictures

'Rainbow Time' (2016)

Two brothers find themselves at odds when they fall in love with the same girl. But will this tear them apart? Or bring them together? (December 1)

Park yourself on Netflix this holiday season to watch these and many more movies and TV shows. You obviously won't regret it.