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TV Addicts, rejoice! To keep you plugged in to what is premiering every month, we put together a monthly list of new TV series set to air! We’ve added a description and a trailer for each show, so all you have to do is choose what sounds good and start streaming!

By Mariam Elhamy TV SHOWS December

*Shows are listed in alphabetical order.

ABBOTT ELEMENTARY

The Quinta Brunson comedy centers on a group of teachers working at a Philadelphia public elementary school.

ALEX RIDER: SEASON 2

Alex wants to go back to a normal life but finds himself back undercover when the man who may have killed his uncle attacks the father of his friend in the second season of the series based on Anthony Horowitz’s novels.

AND JUST LIKE THAT…

Now in their 50s, Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) are back, this time on HBO Max in the Sex and the City sequel series.

ARANYAK

If the hills could speak, what would they say? What secret are they hiding? Or, is the truth worse than what it seems? A tale of murder, mystery and more than what meets the eye.

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BAKE IT

The baking competitive series hosted by Maya Rudolph and Andy Samberg features eight teams of two amateur bakers being judged by four grandmothers.

BEFOREIGNERS: SEASON 2

The past catches up with us all. A brutal murder in Oslo with ties to 19th century England raises the question: Could Jack the Ripper have timeigrated to the present? Lars (Nicolai Cleve Broch) and Alfhildr (Krista Kosonen) soon realize that if they are to capture this killer, they can only trust each other.

COBRA KAI: SEASON 4

The latest All Valley Tournament sees John Kreese (Martin Kove) and Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) teaming up against Daniel and Johnny’s dojo on the fourth season of the Karate Kid spin-off series.

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CROSSING SWORDS: SEASON 2

Squire Patrick continues his service with King Merriman (voiced by Luke Evans) in the second season of the adult animated comedy. TV SHOWS December

ELITE: SHORT STORIES 2

Wishes really do come true. The new Elite Short Stories arrives December 15-23.

EMILY IN PARIS: SEASON 2

The romantic comedy returns with Emily visiting Saint Tropez and other South of France locations.

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HARLEM

20-something best friends Camille, Tye, Quinn, and Angie juggle life, career and relationships in Harlem in this comedy from Tracy Oliver. TV SHOWS December

HOW TO RUIN CHRISTMAS: SEASON 2

The Sellos, the Twalas and the festive season! What could go wrong? Everything… but it’ll leave you dying of laughter!

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IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA: SEASON 15

Mac, Charlie, Dennis, Dee, and Frank deal with a world changed by the COVID-19 pandemic in the 15th season of the comedy series.

JURASSIC WORLD: CAMP CRETACEOUS SEASON 4

The campers set sail away from Isla Nublar only to discover a new island full of mysterious threats. The escape is only the beginning in all-new episodes of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. TV SHOWS December

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LOST IN SPACE: SEASON 3

The third and final season of the reimagining of the 1960s science fiction series.

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MONEY HEIST: PART 5

The world’s greatest heist comes to an end in the last season of Money Heist.

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SANTA INC.

A female elf tries to prove to everyone that she’s worthy to become the first woman Santa Claus in the history of Christmas. She’ll have to face some obstacles and issues in order to fit in with the North Pole’s boys club and their patriarchal rules.

THE HUNGRY AND THE HAIRY

The Hungry Foodie (Rain) X The Hairy Trendsetter (Ro Hong-chul) Join them and unwind on a motorcycle road trip. Fill up on the full-course adventure.

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THE WITCHER: SEASON 2

Geralt of Rivia takes Princess Cirilla to his childhood home of Kaer Morhen in the second season of the fantasy series based on the Polish book series by Andrzej Sapkowski.

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VOIR

From executive producers David Fincher and David Prior, VOIR is a series of visual essays celebrating Cinema and the personal connection we each have to the stories we see on the big screen.

From intimate personal histories to insights on character and craft, each episode reminds us why Cinema holds a special place in our lives.

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