What TV Shows To Watch In December

The long-awaited return of Sex and the City, the final season of Money Heist and a new Star Wars universe project

Money Heist (Season 5: Part 2)

When: 3 December

Where to watch: Netflix

Season 5 creators of the cult Spanish series “Money Heist” decided to split into two parts (the first premiere was September 3, 2021) and made it so that fans of the series spent the last three months in suspense. The Professor’s gang has been in the National Bank of Spain for over 100 hours, the Professor himself is in danger and half of the main characters are no longer alive. According to the official teaser that appeared on Netflix, the new season will surpass all previous ones. Much to the dismay of fans of the series, this will be the last part, and in a few days we’ll find out how the “greatest heist in history” ended. 


When: 8 December

Where: HBO Max/ Amediateka

“Landscapers” is a detective comedy with trademark British humour, starring Olivia Colman (familiar to viewers from the series “The Crown”) and David Thewlis (Professor Lupin from “Harry Potter”). The story tells of two married couples who suddenly find themselves in the middle of a police investigation after two dead bodies are found in their garden. The Landscapers series is based on a true story set in 1998 in Nottinghamshire. The creators promise an interesting plot and some black humour.

And Just Like That

When: 10 December.

Where to watch: HBO Max/ Amediateka

Perhaps the most anticipated premiere of this year is the sequel to the iconic Sex and the City series. 10-episode mini-series to explore how the lives of main characters Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte have changed (performer Kim Catroll declined to appear on the show). The series creators didn’t exactly hide how the filming process is going: we’ve seen just about every outfit the girls are wearing, we’ve seen Mr. Big and even Carrie’s mysterious new boyfriend. Nevertheless, we’re very curious to see how it all ends. Good thing we don’t have long to wait – the premiere is already on December 10!

Station Eleven 

When: December 17

Where to watch: HBO Max / more.tv

20 years after a deadly pandemic, a troupe of itinerant actors set out across a post-apocalyptic America, staging Shakespearean plays and stocking up on supplies from abandoned homes. Set in a small town in the Great Lakes region, the cast is faced with a rival religious cult following and their leader nicknamed the Prophet, who has taken control of the government. The series is based on the post-apocalyptic novel by Emily St John Mandel, written in 2014, when global epidemics were only written about in books. Well, perhaps now we can take a fresh look at the story. 

The Witcher (Season 2)

When: December 17

Where to watch: Netflix

The long-awaited sequel to the series based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s novels. In the new season, Heralt (Henry Cavill) returns to the castle of Caerne Morhen together with his princess Ciri (Freya Allan). There she will begin her training to become a witch too. There will only be 8 episodes, but don’t hurry to get upset: there is already official information about the extension of the series for season 3.

Emily in Paris (season 2)

When: 22 December

Where to watch: Netflix

The Netflix series about an American girl, Emily, who is sent on a business trip to France continues. In the second season, the heroine will have to sort things out with her neighbour Gabriel, travel to the sea and, it seems, find a new love. If you haven’t seen the series yet, we highly recommend catching up – the new season is still more than three weeks away. Among the writers is the creator of the iconic Sex and the City, Darren Star.

The Book of Boba Fett

When: 29 December.

Where to watch: Disney+

A still from the series The Book of Boba Fett

The first Mandalorean spin-off (which, in turn, is a Star Wars spin-off) will tell the story of former bounty hunter Boba Fett’s journey to becoming a powerful player in the underworld of a galaxy far, far away after the overthrow of gangster Bebe Fortuna – Jabba the Hutt’s successor.