We millennials are an interesting generation, we’ve lived through arguably what can be deemed as the quickest technological advancement that modern history has seen. But similarly, while we have seen this advancement we remember simpler times of corded phones, dial-up internet and even TV-sets! The latter is most pressing as we’re a generation who now consumes television through their laptop and one innovation that’s pushed this is Netflix. The streaming website is fixed our today’s culture and the popular platform is always constantly updating its content and us at Bespoke are going to shed some light on the best things to watch on Netflix right now.
Well, December, of course, means festive joy and what film screams festive joy and romance more than the British classic, Love Actually. The cult favourite sees Nine intertwined stories examine the complexities of the one emotion that connects us all: love. Love Actually hits Netflix on December 14th!
Terrace Housing: Opening New Doors
With the likes of First Dates and Love Island dominating our TV screens, we’ve now gotten used to a very British way of dating. Offering us a unique take on dating is the Terrace Housing: Opening Doors which sees young Japanese singletons are put to live to together and try and develop relationships whilst they are together. It’s a whole new world to First Dates and Love Island and because it is, we’re sure you’ll love it when it premieres on December 19th.
The big original movie offering of December, Bright stars Will Smith as an LAPD officer who teams up with another cop (Joel Edgerton) who also happens to be an Orc, in a world of both human and mythical creatures.
The second season of The Crown will premiere globally on December 8th. The new season comes with 10 brand new episodes with the season focusing on Queen Elizabeth’s reign during the 1960s and the many trials and tribulations that came with it.
Jingle All the Way
And more Christmas themed movies that are dropping on Netflix in December include this classic, Jingle All the Way. Christmas shopping is a right nightmare for Howard Langston. He’s promised his son a Turbo Man action figure but left it until Christmas Eve to purchase the coveted gift. A frantic shopping spree ensues,