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White Rabbit Project, For the Love of Spock, and More on Netflix in December

White Rabbit Project, For the Love of Spock, and More on Netflix in December
Highlights
  • White Rabbit Project includes three former Mysthbusters presenters
  • For the Love of Spock is a documentary about Leonard Nimoy
  • Barry is a portrait of Barack Obama in his youth

Netflix’s November line-up included its most expensive series to date – a portrait of the longest-in-power Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown. December doesn’t have anything that ambitious, but if you’re looking for something to occupy yourself while you curl up during the onset of winter, there’s enough to go around until the New Year rolls by.

So without further ado, we present our five guaranteed-good picks for this month, and the full list of movies and TV shows coming to Netflix India after that.

White Rabbit Project: Season 1 / December 9
Mythbusters may have aired its final episode earlier this year, but three of its hosts – Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara aka The Build Team – are back with their own show on Netflix. It’s going to “investigate” everything in the popular domain – be it jailbreaks (not the iPhone kind), technology for superpowers, heists, and science and history topics.

 

For the Love of Spock / December 2
For most Star Trek fans, Spock is one of those enduring characters, thanks largely to the fantastic work of Leonard Nimoy, who passed away last year. He not only gave life to an iconic gesture (the Vulcan salute), but also acted out his words – he lived long and prospered. In this new documentary, his son Adam Nimoy explores what made him so special, by sitting down and talking to everyone who worked alongside him in the Trek universe – from William Shatner to JJ Abrams.

 

Travelers: Season 1 / December 23
A sci-fi show made in Canada, Travelers involves a very different form of time travel compared to the generally accepted version. Here, humans have figured out how to “send consciousness” back through time into other people, and with humanity facing a terrible future, these people not only have to live someone else’s lives, but also save us all from certain doom.

 

Barry / December 4
We’ve witnessed Barack Obama in the public spotlight for the past eight years, but have you wondered what defined him as a person? That’s what Vikram Gandi’s newest film – Barry – explores, picking up in the fall of 1981 when Obama, known to his friends as “Barry”, arrived at Columbia University to further his education, while having to juggle strained relationships with his Kansas mother, Kenyan father, and classmates.

 

Fauda / December 2
Set amidst the on-going Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Fauda (the Arabic word for chaos) shows that troubling story from both sides. On the Israeli front, there’s Doron – part of an undercover unit – who’s operating in Palestinian territories and hunting down a Hamas activist. On the opposite, there’s Abu-Ahmed (the activist in question) and his family, whose hatred for Israel grows with every passing day. Fauda won six awards at the Israeli Oscars in June, and the first season is now available on Netflix.

 

Comedy
A Case of You (2013) / December 1
Merry Kissmas (2015) / December 1
The 10 Year Plan (2014) / December 1
The Last Five Years (2014) / December 1
Minami-kun no Koibito (My Little Lover): Season 1 (2015) / December 1
Rainbow Time (2016) / December 1
Rezeta (2012) / December 3
Reggie Watts: Spatial (2016) / December 6
Fuller House: Season 2 (2016 – Present) / December 9

Drama
A Little Bit of Heaven (2011) / December 1
The Assailant (2009) / December 1
Zero Point (2014) / December 1
Too Late (2015) / December 1
My Week with Marilyn (2011) / December 1
Back to 1989: Season 1 (2016 – Present) / December 1
Desert Dancer (2014) / December 1
How Sarah Got Her Wings (2015) / December 1
The Spirit of Christmas (2015) / December 1
The Good Wife: Season 7 (2009 – 2016) / December 1
Mercenary (2016) / December 4
Other People (2016) / December 8
Club de Cuervos: Season 2 (2015 – Present) / December 9
Medici: Masters of Florence: Season 1 (2016 – Present) / December 9
Barry (2016) / December 16
Bitten: Season 1-3 (2014 – Present) / December 30

Action
Code of Honor (2016) / December 1
Sherlock Holmes (2009) / December 1
Undisputed 3: Redemption (2010) / December 1
Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing (2006) / December 1
Double Vision (2002) / December 3

Sci-fi
Spectral (2016) / December 9

Documentary
American Genius (2015 – Present) / December 1
Nazi Gold in Argentina (2004) / December 1
Newtown (2016) / December 1
Beyond Bollywood (2013) / December 1
World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements (2010) / December 1
Hip Hop Evolution: Season 1 (2016 – Present) / December 2
#Rucker50 (2016) / December 2
Captive: Season 1 (2016 – Present) / December 9
Asperger’s Are Us (2016) / December 11
Big in Bollywood (2011) / December 31

Stand-up
Gabriel Iglesias: Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry (2016) / December 20

Talk-show
Chelsea: Season 1 / New episodes every week

Animation
Pacific Heat: Season 1 (2016 – Present) / December 2
Bob's Broken Sleigh (2015) / December 6
The Adventures of Puss in Boots: Season 4 (2015 – Present) / December 16

Anime
Ajin: Season 2 (2016 – Present) / December 27

Family
Lost & Found Music Studios: Season 2 (2015 – Present) / December 3

Kids
Luna Petunia: Season 1 (2016 – Present) / December 9
Trollhunters: Season 1 (2016 – Present) / December 23

Reality TV
Bromance: Season 1 (2008) / December 1
Chasing Cameron: Season 1 (2016 – Present) / December 27

From India
Straight (2009) / December 3
Teree Sang: A Kidult Love Story (2009) / December 3

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Akhil Arora
Akhil Arora covers entertainment for Gadgets 360, interviewing stars such as Christian Bale and Anurag Kashyap, covering series premieres, product and service launches across the globe, and looking at American blockbusters and Indian dramas from a global socio-political and feminist perspective. As a Rotten Tomatoes-certified film critic, Akhil has reviewed over 150 movies and TV shows in over half a decade at Gadgets 360. When he is not completely caught up with new film and TV releases, Akhil ...More
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