Netflix’s Top TV Shows (december 20 )

  • What’s new at Netflix this weekend?

This weekend, at the end of the Christmas season, Netflix is ​​recording a special comedy, critically acclaimed biography and the long-awaited fantasy series.

Netflix began adding Christmas movies and TV shows in late November and was booked much more in December.


At least one-holiday movie or television show appears every week, so maybe it’s time for something else.

Last week we saw Christmas for a family reunion, Jack Whitehall’s special Christmas party with my father, and six underground Michael Bays prepared something for everyone.

For licensed content, Netflix added the It Com At Night horror film and the drama A Family Man, and this week Burlesque got a few dramas from The Girl Girl and listened to the drama from Jacob’s Stairs (a remake, not a renewal).

As for the original content, Netflix users can now enjoy the new special comedy, the latest dramatic film by Fernando Meirel and Henry Cavill, a monster hunter.

Here are the best movies and TV shows that should appear on Netflix on the weekend of December 20.

Ronny Chieng: Asian Comedian Destroys America!

Daily Show and Crazy Rich, Asian correspondent Ronnie Chieng, made a special appearance on Netflix this weekend. 

Asian comedians destroy America called Ronny Chieng! It gives a different perspective on American life, consumerism, government, and what makes this country great.

The Two Popes

Netflix’s “Two popes ” is a biographical film by Fernando Meirel (“City of God”) based on Anthony McCartin’s dad “pope”. 

This is followed by the conservative Pope Benedict and the future liberal Pope Francis Price. 

The premiere of both fathers took place in August at the Telluride Film Festival, and in November in the USA and Great Britain. 

They praise critics for their humor and their work.

The Witcher

Henry Cavill briefly left the life of a superhero and joined the world of monster-hunting and fantastic creatures. 

Based on the book of the same name by Andrzej Sapkowski, The Witcher puts his position in a world where people are worse than wild animals trying to take a characteristic princess (Frey Allen) from a characteristic princess (Frey Allen) for protection. 

Follow Cavill, a lone monster hunter trying to figure it out. The witch expanded in the second season. You can add it to your list for viewing on Netflix this weekend.