Netflix's Binge-worthy TV Spin-offs of December 2021
Here is a selection of 7 best, most waited TV spin-offs to watch now on streaming services. Get in the year-end spirit and empty your schedule for some entertainment right at the comfort of your own home.
1. Hawkeye, Disney+
The first one on the list is for the Marvel fans. Jeremy Renner leads Disney+'s latest Marvel series as Clint Barker, who's training a new hero with a knack for archery played by Hailee Steinfeld. Florence Pugh and Vera Farmiga are also among the cast, cited from the Thrillist.
The holiday season will factor heavily into this TV series, but we won't give away any detail. Kate Bishop, played by Hailee Steinfeld, made her first appearance and may also have a future in the MCU as a member of the Young Avengers.
The series will be premiered on Disney+, Disney's streaming platform, from Nov. 24 and runs until Dec. 22.
2. "1883", Paramount+
|The cast of 1883 on set. Photo: Jioforme|
Fans demanded and Paramount listened: a Yellowstone extended universe. The teaser will be out on Nov. 14 and the premiere date is Dec. 19. This show also comes from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan and tells the story of the Dutton family's manifest destiny journey across the west to settle in bountiful Montana.
"Our strategy is to make Yellowstone, the massive # 1 hit with more than 10 million fans, into a global hit franchise under the incredible creative vision of Taylor Sheridan’s world-building storytelling,” says Chris McCarthy, President and CEO of MTV Entertainment in a statement for Deadline.
3. Narcos: Mexico Season 3, Netflix
Narcos: Mexico returns to Netflix for a third and final season. This series focuses on the development of the illegal drug trade in '80s Mexico rather than Colombia.
|The latest and final season of Narcos is now on Netflix. Photo: Netflix|
According to the Gamesradar, Leading man Diego Luna won't be returning as cartel leader Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in season 3, so it's all to play for to see who will step up and take his place. The events of the new season will take us up to the late '90s. The show is now on Netflix.
4. And Just Like That, HBO Max
This highly-anticipated romantic comedy-drama mini-series brings back the famous and beloved late ’90s and early aughts HBO Original series Sex and the City. Now that Carrie, Cynthia and Kristin are in their 50s, what's part of NYC could they possible still try to figure out? Find out this December on HBO Max.
|Most of the original cast returned to the revival series. Photo: People|
The pictures released by the cast on social media don’t tell us a lot about what’s happening in the series, but it does show SJP (Carrie Bradshaw), Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbes), and Kristin Davis (Charlotte York) hanging in the streets in style.
5. The Book of Boba Fett, Disney+
|Disney+ brings you the spin-off of the Mandalorian this December. Photo: Disney+|
The return of Boba Fett marked the first on-screen appearance for the character in 37 years, after he was last seen in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
Actor Temuera Morrison returned to the Star Wars universe 18 years after playing Jango Fett, Boba’s ‘father’ in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
This December, this spin-off will be on Disney+ with the total of 8 episodes. The original TV series "The Mandalorian" won several Emmy awards including 2021 Outstanding Drama Series.
6. Dragons: The Nine Realms, Hulu and Peacock
DreamWorks has set the release of “How to Train Your Dragon” spinoff, titled “Dragons: The Nine Realms.”
The series stars Jeremy Shada and is from John Tellegen, a writer for two pervious TV spinoffs of the franchise that aired on Netflix.
|The spin-off will set in modern day. Photo: Screen Rant|
According to TBI, the beloved animated series will have 6 22-minute episodes set 1,300 years after the events of the original 2010 feature film and bringing the dragons into the modern day.
The TV series premieres Dec. 23 on Hulu and Peacock
7. Dexter: New Blood, Showtime
To complete the list, we present the return of Dexter, your favorite serial killer.
TV fans were ride-or-die for Michael C. During the eight seasons of the original series, Dexter learned that he can have real connections with people. The key to this is the birth of a son, Harrison, in the fourth season of the series. New Blood on Showtime this November features 10 episodes that take place 10 years after the events of the final season.
Bonus: The Matrix Resurrections, HBO Max
"The perfect world was a dream"...In this not-so-perfect world, we want to add one spin-off that isn't a TV show.
Keanu Reeves and the original cast Carrie-Anne Moss and Jada Pinkett Smith returned in this movie. We follows Neo’s life as it takes an unexpected turn when he finds himself back within the Matrix, tormented by odd memories. From the trailer, movie lovers once again have to ask themselves: red bill or blue bill?
The Matrix Resurrections is set to premiere in theatres and HBO Max on December 22.
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