Here's What's Streaming on Netflix Canada in December 2018

Here's What's Streaming on Netflix Canada in December 2018
Still from 'Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas'
It's almost Christmas, so it's nearly the end of the year, which means you've got barely any time left to accomplish whatever you promised yourself you would do this year. Are you going to make good on the promises you made to yourself back in January? Of course not. You're going to spend December consuming streamable content in vast quantities, just like you do every other month.

Netflix has got heavily into the holiday spirit, offering up Christmas specials from many of its titles. These include Free Rein: The Twelve Nights of Christmas (December 7), Nailed It! Holiday! (December 7), Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas (December 7), Chilling Adventures of Sabrina "A Midwinter's Tale" (December 14) and Prince of Peoria: A Christmas Moose Miracle (December 14).

Other series worth looking out for are Memories of the Alhambra (new episodes every Saturday), Hero Mask (December 3), The Sound of Your Heart: Reboot (December 3), Dogs of Berlin (December 7), Pine Gap (December 7), ReMastered: Who Killed Jam Master Jay? (December 7), Super Monsters and the Wish Star (December 7), The American Meme (December 7), The Hook Up Plan (December 7), The Ranch: Part 6 (December 7), Back Street Girls: Gokudols (December 12), Out of Many, One (December 12), Wanted: Season 3 (December 13), Cuckoo: Season 4 (December 14), Fuller House: Season 4 (December 14), Inside the Real Narcos (December 14), Inside the World's Toughest Prisons: Season 3 (December 14), Sunderland Til I Die (December 14), The Fix (December 14), The Innocent Man (December 14), The Protector (December 14), Tidelands (December 14), Travelers: Season 3 (December 14), Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 8 (December 14), Springsteen on Broadway (December 16), Baki (December 18), Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 5 (December 18), 3Below: Tales of Arcadia (December 21), 7 Days Out (December 21), Back with the Ex (December 21), Derry Girls (December 21), Diablero (December 21), Last Hope: Part 2 (December 21), Perfume (December 21), Sirius the Jaeger (December 21), Tales by Light Season 3 (December 21), The Casketeers (December 21), Wolf (December 21), Hi Score Girl (December 24), Alexa and Katie: Season 2 (December 26), You (December 26), Instant Hotel (December 28), Murder Mountain (December 28), Selection Day (December 28), Yummy Mummies (December 28) and the limited series adaptation of Richard Adams' classic novel Watership Down (release date TBA).

Netflix has had a great deal of success with their YA film adaptations, so all eyes are on Dumplin' to continue the trend. Based on the novel from Julie Murphy, the film stars Patty Cake$ breakout Danielle Macdonald who competes in a beauty pageant alongside her mom, played by Jennifer Aniston. Look for the film to hit Netflix on December 7.

Other Netflix original films set to debut include Battle (December 1), Crossroads: One Two Jaga (December 1), 5 Star Christmas (December 7), Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (December 7), Roma (December 14), Bad Seeds (December 21), Bird Box (December 21), Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski (December 21), La noche de 12 años (December 28) and When Angels Sleep (December 28).

As always, Netflix's growing standup comedy library also offers material from both fresh and familiar faces. Look for Vir Das: Losing It (December 11) and Ellen DeGeneres Relatable (December 18).

If, somehow, that doesn't seem like enough content for you greedy lil streamers, there are also all of the non-exclusive titles set to arrive on Netflix this month. Those include, Conor McGregor: Notorious (December 1), Get Smart (December 1), Hellboy (December 1), Little Women (December 1), Man vs Wild with Sunny Leone: Season 1 (December 1), Mary and The Witch's Flower (December 1), Priest (December 1), Resident Evil: Afterlife (December 1), Rock Dog (December 1), Unknown (December 1), Yes Man (December 1), Blue Planet II: Season 1 (December 4), American Pie (December 5), American Pie 2 (December 5), American Wedding (December 5), Bruce Almighty (December 5), Evan Almighty (December 5), Wentworth: Season 6 (December 5), Star: Season 3 (December 6), Trolls (December 7), Dolphin Tale (December 15), Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows (December 15), Paddington (December 16), Ip Man 3 (December 18), Room (December 23), Avengers: Infinity War (December 25) and Eating Animals (December 29).

Of course, Netflix has to make room for all of this new stuff by deleting some files so they're saying goodbye to a handful of titles as well. You've got until December 1 to watch the first seven seasons of Bones, Gone Girl and Hidden Figures, then on December 20 they're saying goodbye to Moana. Finally, on December 31 Netflix is getting rid of seven seasons of Bob's Burgers and six seasons of New Girl.