What’s New On Netflix In December 2020

What’s New On Netflix In December 2020

It’s that time of the month where we bring you our latest picks on Netflix SA.

December 2020 is finally here and we are all celebrating the end of this disastrous year. It’s been a rough year and now is our chance to take a bit of a breather.

With this being said our list of what’s new on Netflix this month will contain many holiday-related shows so brace yourself.

Here is what is new on Netflix South Africa in December 2020

Kids Shows

  • Rhyme Time Town Singalongs S1 (22nd of December):

Love snackable, snap worthy songs? Sing along with the Rhyme Time Town friends as they use their imaginations and flex their problem-solving skills.

  • GO! GO! Cory Carson S3 (26th of December):

Beep, Beep go, go! Buckle up for fun and adventure with adorable kid car Cory Carson as he explores the winding roads of Bumperton Hills.

  • The Magic School bus Rides Again in the Zone (26th of December):

It’s the longest new year’s eve ever as Ms. Frizzle and class travel back in time hour by hour to save their beloved bus!

Kids Movies

  • Chico Bon Bon and the very berry holiday( 3rd of December):

The fix-it Force makes a plan to hit every home as fast as they can, delivering Blunderberry Cakes before the town awakes to avoid a holiday disaster.

  • Captain Underpants: Mega Blissmas (4th of December):

Christmas gets weird, really weird after George and Harold go back in time to change up a few of their beloved holiday traditions.

  • Mighty Express: A Mighty Christmas ( 5th of December):

The Mighty Express welcomes a new train and speeds into a snowstorm to deliver Santa’s presents and save Christmas for all the Kids in Tracksville.

  • Super Monsters: Santa’s Super Monster Helpers ( 8th of December):

When Santa needs serious help prepping all of his presents, the Super Monsters lend a hand and some monster magic to get every gift out on time.

  • Spirit Riding Free: Ride Along Adventure( 8th of December):

Join lucky and her friends on an interactive mission to save Maricela’s beloved mare from greedy horse thieves who’ve taken her captive with a wild herd.


  • Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina: Part 4 (31st of December):

Magic and mischief collide as half-human, half-witch Sabrina navigates between two worlds: mortal teen life and her family’s legacy, the church of night.

  • Tiny Pretty Things S1 (14th of December):

When an attack brings down the star student of an elite ballet school, her replacement enters a world of lies, betrayal, and cutthroat competition.

  • Fast& Furious Spy Racers Rio S2(26th of December):

A government agency recruits teen driver Tony Toretto and his thrill-seeking friends to infiltrate a criminal street racing circuit as undercover spies.


  • Alien Worlds S1 (2nd of December):

Applying the laws of life on Earth to the rest of the galaxy, this series blends science fact, and fiction to imagine alien life on other planets.

  • Kings Of Joburg S1 (4th of December):

The Masire brothers rule Johannesburg’s criminal underworld, but a supernatural family curse and a tangled web of betrayal threaten to destroy them.

  • The Surgeon’s Cut S1 (9th of December):

They’re philosophers, storytellers, and pioneers in their fields. Four surgeons reflect on their lives and professions in this inspiring docuseries.

  • Alice In Borderland S1 (10th of December):

An aimless gamer and his two friends find themselves in a parallel Tokyo, where they’re forced to compete in a series of sadistic games to survive.


  • Nate: A One-Man Show (1st of December):

Tough Talk takes a soft turn as Nate, played by comedian Natalie Palamides, explores humour, heartbreak, sexuality, and consent with a live audience.


  • The Prom (11th of December):

A group of down on their luck Broadway stars shake up a small Indiana town as they rally behind a teen who just wants to attend prom with her girlfriend.

  • The Big Show Show S2 ( 9th of December):

Former WWE wrestler the Big Show is out of the ring and ready for an even tougher challenge: raising three daughters with his wife in Florida.

  • Canvas (11th of December):

After a heart-breaking loss, a grandfather struggling to reclaim his passion for painting finds the inspiration to create again.


  • The Midnight Sky (23rd of December):

In the aftermath of a global catastrophe, a lone scientist in the Arctic races to contact a crew of astronauts with a warning not to return to Earth.

  • Cops And Robbers (28th of December):

Animation and activism unite in this multimedia spoken word response to police brutality and racial injustice.

There you have it the list of what’s coming to our screens during the month of December , we hope you found some good choices in here and you can set a reminder of the shows you want to keep tabs on.

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