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New On Netflix: Things to watch before 2017 bids Goodbye

siliconreview New On Netflix: Things to watch before 2017 bids Goodbye

With the arrival of the holiday month, Netflix has plans of making the year-end a perfect one. The online media giant, Netflix is bringing a slew of new shows and movies.

With a bunch of holiday specials joining the service, alongside several Netflix originals and a number of new library titles, it is going to be a particularly busy month for the streamer. Netflix has always been the favorite place for online streamers, and the media giant won’t fail its viewers as it is bringing some of the popular titles like V for Vendetta, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Black Mirror, and Disney's The Santa Clause trilogy.

However, it's a Netflix original movie that one should be paying closest attention to. 22nd December will witness the opening show of a fantasy crime movie starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, directed by David Ayer (Suicide Squad) with a script by Max Landis (American Ultra), Bright. This new movie is Will Smith’s first time starring in a Netflix project and Smith has certainly picked an interesting one to start his Netflix journey with. Bright is based on the storyline of a world where humans and fantasy creatures coexist. Netflix has got a few more new entries which include Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, a new season of The Ranch, Dave Chappelle's latest stand-up comedy special.

But also, there are many shows leaving Netflix in December. Some of the few movies and shows that will no longer be telecasted from the next calendar year are Black Snake Moan, Practical Magic, and 11 seasons of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. So don’t miss, watch all of them while you still can.