TV and Movies·Updated on 14 Dec 2022From "Avatar" To "Knives Out 2", Here Are 46 Of The Best TV Shows And Movies Coming To The UK This DecemberIncluding Knives Out 2, Avatar: The Way of Water, and Emily in Paris S3.by by Sam ClealBuzzFeed Staff, by Hanifah RahmanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Looking for a new TV show to binge or a movie to watch for a film night? Well, you've come to the right place! Here are 46 of the best TV shows and movies coming to the UK this month. BuzzFeed Note: These release dates and streaming platforms only apply to viewers based in the UK, Ireland, and some European territories. BuzzFeed 1. The Flatshare Paramount+ Two cash-strapped London twentysomethings share a bed – the catch is Tiffany and Leon have never met and, if their plan works out, they never will.Starring: Jessica Brown Findlay, Anthony Welsh, Shaniqua OkwokRelease date: 1 DecemberWhere to watch: Paramount+Watch if you like: Crashing, Dash & Lily, Wedding Season View this video on YouTube youtube.com 2. Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne Hulu/BBC Three LGBTQ actor and model Cara Delevingne searches for answers regarding human sexuality, identity, and beyond.Starring: Cara DelevingneRelease date: 1 DecemberWhere to watch: BBC Three/iPlayerWatch if you like: Gaycation, The Sex Education Show, Explained View this video on YouTube youtube.com 3. Our Only Chance (La última) Federico Calvo Gutierrez/Disney+ We follow the ups and downs in the relationship between Candela and Diego, as we follow them on a journey through love, friendship, and the struggle to make their way in the world.Starring: Miguel Bernardeau, Aitana, Luis ZaheraRelease date: 2 DecemberWhere to watch: Disney+Watch if you like: Elite, Merlí, Normal People View this video on YouTube youtube.com 4. Slow Horses – Season Two Apple TV+ Long-buried Cold War secrets emerge, which threaten to bring carnage to the streets of London. When a liaison with Russian villains takes a fatal turn, our hapless heroes must overcome their individual failings and raise their spy game in a race to prevent a catastrophic incident.Starring: Gary Oldman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Jonathan PryceRelease date: 2 DecemberWhere to watch: Apple TV+Watch if you like: Bodyguard, London Spy, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy View this video on YouTube youtube.com 5. The Most Beautiful Flower Amanda Safa/Netflix Curvy, curly, confident Mich knows she's fabulous. Now she just has to convince everyone else at her Xochimilco high school to believe it too!Starring: Esmeralda Soto, Isabel Yudice, Alicia VélezRelease date: 7 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Ugly Betty, Tall Girl, Never Have I Ever View this video on YouTube youtube.com 6. Rosie Molloy Gives Up Everything Sky Comedy Rosie is addicted to everything – smoking, alcohol, Terry’s Chocolate Oranges… the list goes on. After an embarrassing incident at her brother’s wedding, she decides to change her life by giving up everything.Starring: Sheridan Smith, Ardal O'Hanlon, Lewis ReevesRelease date: 7 DecemberWhere to watch: Sky Comedy/NOWWatch if you like: Fleabag, Motherland, I Hate Suzie View this video on YouTube youtube.com 7. Too Hot To Handle – Season Four Tom Dymond/Netflix Ten hot and horny singletons enter a lavish villa in the Caribbean. Will this wild cast be able to stick to the rules and abstain from sexual contact (and self-gratification) in order to form meaningful connections and keep the prize money?Starring: Mario Lopez, Desiree BirchRelease date: 7 December and 14 December (parts 1 and 2)Where to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Love Island, Love Is Blind, Married At First Sight View this video on YouTube youtube.com 8. Harry & Meghan Netflix In an unprecedented and in-depth documentary series, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex share the other side of their high-profile love story.Starring: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex; Meghan, Duchess of SussexRelease date: 8 December and 15 December (parts 1 and 2)Where to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Becoming Princess Diana, William And Kate: Into The Future,The Crown Dionne Grant @DionneGrant Netflix has announced the global premiere dates of “Harry & Meghan” Volume I: December 8 Volume II: December 15 12:08 PM - 05 Dec 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @DionneGrant 9. A Spy Among Friends ITV The true story of two British spies and lifelong friends; one being the most notorious British defector and Soviet double agent in history. This is a story of intimate duplicity, trust and treachery.Starring: Damian Lewis, Guy Pearce, Anna Maxwell-MartinRelease date: 8 DecemberWhere to watch: ITVXWatch if you like: Slow Horses, London Spy, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy View this video on YouTube youtube.com 10. I Am Ruth Channel 4 A loving and concerned mother witnesses her teenage daughter retreating into herself as she becomes more and more consumed by the pressures of social media.Starring: Kate Winslet, Mia Threapleton, Joe AndersRelease date: 8 DecemberWhere to watch: Channel 4Watch if you like: The I Am series, In My Skin, Pieces of Her View this video on YouTube youtube.com 11. Tell Me Everything ITVX Six college friends try to navigate everything from sex to social media to schoolwork, while trying to keep their mental health in check.Starring: Eden H. Davies, Callina Liang, Tessa LucilleRelease date: 8 DecemberWhere to watch: ITVXWatch if you like: Skins, Euphoria, My Mad Fat Diary View this video on YouTube youtube.com 12. Little America – Season Two Apple TV+ Inspired by true stories, we follow the funny, romantic, heartfelt, inspiring, and surprising stories of immigrants from all over the world living in America.Starring: Shiori Ideta, Victoria Canal, Alan S. KimRelease date: 9 DecemberWhere to watch: Apple TV+Watch if you like: Minari, Modern Love, Orange Is The New Black View this video on YouTube youtube.com 13. Predators Sky Nature This five-part series follows five of nature's biggest predators in their fight for survival in the wild. Each episode is focused on a specific predator in one part of the world.Starring: Tom HardyRelease date: 11 DecemberWhere to watch: Sky Nature/NOWWatch if you like: Seven Worlds, One Planet; The Hunt, Planet Earth View this video on YouTube youtube.com 14. National Treasure: Edge of History Brian Roedel/Disney+ A girl's life is turned upside-down when an enigmatic stranger gives her a clue to a centuries-old treasure – one that might be connected to her long-dead father.Starring: Lisette Olivera, Antonio Cipriano, Justin BarthaRelease date: 14 DecemberWhere to watch: Disney+Watch if you like: The National Treasure films, Jumanji, His Dark Materials View this video on YouTube youtube.com 15. Bad Education: Reunion BBC/Tiger Aspect/Matt Crockett Ten years after the original series, useless teacher and big kid Alfie Wickers is reunited with his old students one last time as they return to Abbey Grove for a joyfully chaotic careers day.Starring: Jack Whitehall, Layton Williams, Mathew HorneRelease date: 15 DecemberWhere to watch: BBC One/iPlayerWatch if you like: The Inbetweeners, Workaholics, Fresh Meat 16. The Recruit Netflix A fledgling lawyer at the CIA becomes enmeshed in dangerous international power politics when a former asset threatens to expose the nature of her long-term relationship with the agency unless they exonerate her of a serious crime.Starring: Noah Centineo, Laura Haddock, Vondie Curtis-HallRelease date: 16 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Tokyo Vice, Homeland, Strike Back View this video on YouTube youtube.com 17. His Dark Materials – Season Three Nick Wall/Bad Wolf/BBC/HBO Based on the final novel in Philip Pullman's book trilogy – The Amber Spyglass –the third season picks up following Lyra's abduction at the hands of her mother as Will continues his attempt to save her.Starring: Dafne Keen, Ruth Wilson, James McAvoyRelease date: 18 DecemberWhere to watch: BBC One/iPlayerWatch if you like: Shadow and Bone, Game of Thrones, the Harry Potter films View this video on YouTube youtube.com 18. 1923 Paramount+ This Yellowstone prequel will introduce a new generation of the Dutton family, and explore the early twentieth century when pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition, and the Great Depression all plague the mountain west.Starring: Helen Mirren, Harrison Ford, Timothy DaltonRelease date: 19 December (Part B will debut in 2023)Where to watch: Paramount+Watch if you like: Yellowstone, 1883, Frontier View this video on YouTube youtube.com 19. I Hate Suzie Too Sky Atlantic Having lost everyone that matters to her, child star turned actor Suzie returns to her first love – the public. She has a new agent, a new PR, and a new job – dancing for likes on a reality TV competition that has the audience hooked. Starring: Billie Piper, Anastasia Hille, Blake HarrisonRelease date: 20 DecemberWhere to watch: Sky Atlantic/NOWWatch if you like: Fleabag, The Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Girls 20. Emily in Paris – Season Three Stéphanie Branchu/Netflix One year after moving from Chicago to Paris for her dream job, Emily finds herself at a crucial crossroads in every aspect of her life.Starring: Lily Collins, Lucien Laviscount, Ashley Park Release date: 21 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: The Bold Type, Younger, Sex and the City View this video on YouTube youtube.com 21. Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan – Season Three Jonny Cournoyer/Prime Video Jack Ryan is working as a CIA case officer in Rome, when he is tipped off that the Sokol Project, a secret plan to restore the Soviet Empire, is being resurrected more than 50 years after it was thought to have been shut down.Starring: John Krasinski, Wendell Pierce, Michael KellyRelease date: 21 DecemberWhere to watch: Prime VideoWatch if you like: Homeland, The 355, Extraction View this video on YouTube youtube.com 22. Riches ITV Riches follows the exploits of the stylish, privileged, and super-successful Richards family, led by London-based business mogul Stephen Richards.Starring: Deborah Ayorinde, Sarah Niles, Hugh QuarshieRelease date: 22 DecemberWhere to watch: ITVXWatch if you like: Empire, Succession, Bel-Air View this video on YouTube youtube.com 23. The Witcher Blood Origin Susie Allnutt/Netflix Set in an elven world 1,200 years before the world of The Witcher, Blood Origin will tell a story lost to time – the creation of the first prototype Witcher.Starring: Lenny Henry, Michelle Yeoh, Joey BateyRelease date: 25 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: The Witcher, Game of Thrones, The Rings of Power View this video on YouTube youtube.com 24. Treason Netflix Trained and groomed by MI6, Adam Lawrence's career seems set. But when the past catches up with him in the form of a Russian spy with whom he shares a complicated past, he is forced to question everything and everyone in his life.Starring: Charlie Cox, Olga Kurylenko, Oona ChaplinRelease date: 26 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: The London Spy, Kingsman, McMafia BuzzFeed 25. Scrooge: A Christmas Carol Netflix An animated retelling of the timeless Charles Dickens' classic; Scrooge is faced with the ghosts of his paths, the failings of his present, and a future that’s left to be written. But will he be able to save his soul after a lifetime of selfishness?Starring: Luke Evans, Olivia Colman, Jessie BuckleyRelease date: 2 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Arthur Christmas, The Grinch, Klaus View this video on YouTube youtube.com 26. Lady Chatterley's Lover Netflix Constance, a young aristocrat stuck in an unhappy marriage, begins an affair with Oliver, the gamekeeper of her husband's country estate, to great consequence.Starring: Emma Corrin, Jack O'Connell, Joely RichardsonRelease date: 2 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Emma, Rebecca, Pride & Prejudice View this video on YouTube youtube.com 27. Hotel for the Holidays Netflix Hotels are full of drama, and the holidays are no exception. Georgia and Luke work at the Hotel Fontaine in New York City, and this Christmas season, there are some very exciting guests checking in. Where to watch: NetflixStarring: Madelaine Petsch, Mena Massoud, Max Lloyd-JonesRelease date: 2 DecemberWatch if you like: Falling for Christmas, A Christmas Prince, Single All the Way View this video on YouTube youtube.com 28. Your Christmas Or Mine? Prime Video On Christmas Eve-Eve, a new couple both decide to surprise each other by swapping trains home. When a snowstorm hits, the two find themselves trapped – apart – with each other's families for the entire of Christmas!Starring: Asa Butterfield, Cora Kirk, Alex JenningsRelease date: 2 DecemberWhere to watch: Prime VideoWatch if you like: Love Actually, The Holiday, Last Christmas View this video on YouTube youtube.com 29. Violent Night Universal Pictures After the estate of a wealthy family is attacked by mercenaries, Santa Claus steps in, taking the reigns to save everything, including Christmas.Starring: David Harbour, Beverly D'Angelo, John LeguizamoRelease date: 2 DecemberWhere to watch: CinemasWatch if you like: Bad Santa, Jingle All the Way, A Bad Mom's Christmas View this video on YouTube youtube.com 30. Spoiler Alert Focus Features Based on a true memoir, Michael and Kit meet, date, and develop a relationship, but the pair's life takes a sudden tragic turn when Kit is diagnosed with terminal cancer.Starring: Jim Parsons, Ben Aldridge, Josh PaisRelease date: 2 DecemberWhere to watch: CinemasWatch if you like: 50/50, Life Itself, The Big Sick View this video on YouTube youtube.com 31. Sr. Netflix A charmingly tender account of the life and achievements of Robert Downey Senior, the visionary director who was at the heart of American counterculture comedy in the '60s and '70sStarring: Robert Downey Senior, Robert Downey JuniorRelease date: 2 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Boogie Nights, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, The Story of Film View this video on YouTube youtube.com 32. Resurrection IFC Films / Shudder Margaret is a successful woman with her life together, until David comes back into her life, bringing all the dark secrets of her past with him.Starring: Rebecca Hall, Tim Roth, Grace KaufmanRelease date: 5 DecemberWhere to watch: TBCWatch if you like: Speak no Evil, Goodnight Mommy, Shut In View this video on YouTube youtube.com 33. The Silent Twins Universal Pictures Based on the real lives of June and Jennifer Gibbons, who grew up as part of one of the only Black families in a small town in Wales. The pair came to be known as "the silent twins" due to their own secret language, refusal to speak to others, and intensely close connection.Starring: Letitia Wright, Tamara Lawrence, Nadine MarshallRelease date: 9 DecemberWhere to watch: CinemasWatch if you like: Words on Bathroom Walls, Still Alice, Girl, Interrupted View this video on YouTube youtube.com 34. Something from Tiffany's Prime Video Rachel's life is turned upside when she finds herself with a beautiful engagement ring. The only issue? It's not hers. But the mix-up leads her to a special someone who might just be The One.Starring: Zoey Deutch, Kendrick Sampson, Ray NicholsonRelease date: 9 DecemberWhere to watch: Prime VideoWatch if you like: (500) Days of Summer, Crazy Stupid Love, About Last Night View this video on YouTube youtube.com 35. This Is Christmas Sky Cinema Two strangers, Adam and Emma make the same commute from Langton to London. One wintry day, the train breaks down, leading Adam to break the unspoken rule of not speaking to his fellow passengers, and the whole carriage throws an impromptu Christmas Party.Starring: Alfred Enoch, Kaya Scodelario, Timothy SpallRelease date: 9 DecemberWhere to watch: Sky Cinema/NOWWatch if you like: The Holiday, Love Actually, Last Holiday View this video on YouTube youtube.com 36. Pinocchio Netflix Guillermo del Toro's whimsical reinvention of the classic tale! A handcrafted marionette is brought to life to help mend the breaking heart of a grieving woodcarver, and the pair build a loving, familial bond.Starring: Ewan McGregor, David Bradley, Tilda SwintonRelease date: 9 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Coraline, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Little Prince View this video on YouTube youtube.com 37. Emancipation Apple After being tortured close to death, enslaved man Peter escapes the plantation and makes the treacherous journey through the Louisiana swamp, towards the North, where he hopes to find freedom.Starring: Will Smith, Jim Fassel, Charmain BingwaRelease date: 9 DecemberWhere to watch: Apple TV+Watch if you like: Loving, Marshall, Harriet View this video on YouTube youtube.com 38. Who Killed Santa? A Murderville Murder Mystery Netflix Senior Detective Terry Seattle is faced with the case of his career; figuring out who killed Santa – with the help of some unwitting celebrity guest stars, as usual.Starring: Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Maya RudolphRelease date: 15 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Murderville, SNL, Arrested Development View this video on YouTube youtube.com 39. Avatar: The Way of Water 20th Century Fox Jake Sully lives in Pandor with his newfound family, but when they're faced with a familiar threat, Jake, Neytririm, and the whole Na'vi Army have to work together to protect their planet.Starring: Zoe Saldana, Kate Winslet, Sam WorthingtonRelease date: 16 DecemberWhere to watch: CinemasWatch if you like: Avatar, Prometheus, Star Wars View this video on YouTube youtube.com 40. BARDO, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths Netflix Silverio, an acclaimed Mexican journalist goes on an introspective, dream-like journey to unpack his past, make sense of the present, and face his identity.Starring: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Griselda Siciliani, Ximena LamadridRelease date: 16 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Official Competition, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas View this video on YouTube youtube.com 41. About Fate Prime Video Singletons Margot and Thomas believe in love, but it seems like love doesn't believe in them. That is until some unlikely events cause them to cross paths, injecting chaos and romance into their New Year's Eve.Starring: Emma Roberts, Thomas Mann, Madelaine PetschRelease date: 16 DecemberWhere to watch: Prime VideoWatch if you like: Bridget Jones's Diary, The Holidate, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days View this video on YouTube youtube.com 42. Nanny Prime Video Aisha, a Senegalese woman, hopes her new job as a nanny will help bring her young son to the United States. But a violent presence starts to invade her dreams and reality, threatening to destroy everything she's fought for.Starring: Anna Diop, Sinqua Walls, Michelle MonaghanRelease date: 16 DecemberWhere to watch: Prime VideoWatch if you like: Brooklyn, The Lost Daughter, Tully View this video on YouTube youtube.com 43. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Netflix Detective Benoit Blanc is back on a big case after tech billionaire invites his rich friends to his private Greek Island, and surprise surprise – someone winds up dead. Much like in his last case, there are many layers to peel back before Benoit can solve the killer's identity.Starring: Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle MonáeRelease date: 23 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Knives Out, A Simple Favor, See How They Run View this video on YouTube youtube.com 44. I Wanna Dance With Somebody Sony Pictures Releasing A heartwrenching celebration of the life and music of the talented Whitney Housten, from the tribulations of her early career to the heights of music legend status.Starring: Naomi Ackie, Tamara Tunie, Stanley TucciRelease date: 26 DecemberWhere to watch: CinemasWatch if you like: Respect, Dreamgirls, Whitney Houston's music View this video on YouTube youtube.com 45. Corsage Alamode Film / Ad Vitam Distribution A fictional look into one year of the life of the real Empress Elisabeth of Austria, who turned 40 in 1877. She was once venerated for her stunning beauty, but when she's officially deemed "old," Elisabeth embarks on a mission to reclaim her public image.Starring: Vicky Krieps, Colin Morgan, Ivana UrbanRelease date: 30 DecemberWhere to watch: CinemasWatch if you like: The Favourite, Marie Antoinette, Emma View this video on YouTube youtube.com 46. White Noise Netflix Jack Gladney, his wife Babbette, and their blended family are dealing with the banality of daily life, when they are suddenly thrust into chaos amidst an apocalyptic event.Starring: Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don CheadleRelease date: 30 DecemberWhere to watch: NetflixWatch if you like: Little Miss Sunshine, Mid90s, Submarine View this video on YouTube youtube.com Which of these are you looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below!