Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Dec. 27, 2021

Ralph Macchio stars in Netflix’s Cobra Kai. Netflix

It’s the final week of 2021, and if you’re off work and have plenty of time to binge-watch movies and shows, Netflix has you covered.

This week’s Netflix drop features some returning hit series (here’s looking at you, Cobra Kai and Queer Eye) and a ton of classic films. Let’s just say you’ll be going out of 2021 with a bang and into 2022 with some seriously fresh content.

Here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of Dec. 27, 2021.

  • Dec. 28
    • World Party Presents: Math!: Help baby animals count numbers and shapes in this animated show for pre-schoolers.
  • Dec. 29
    • Anxious People: A bank robber holds hostages and an open house and then disappears.
    • Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer: This documentary explores the crimes of the “Torso Killer” in New York City.
  • Dec. 30
    • Kitz: A girl befriends a group of wealthy kids while looking to get revenge for her brother’s death.
    • Hilda and the Mountain King: A girl wakes up in the body of a troll and must find a way to return to being human and save her city.

  • Dec. 31
    • Cobra Kai: Season 4: The fourth season of the Karate Kid franchise hits streaming.
    • The Lost Daughter: A woman becomes obsessive over a young mother and her daughter.
    • Queer Eye: Season 6: The Fab Five are back in Austin, Texas for more life-changing moments.
    • Stay Close: Lives intersect after a terrible event calls up the past.
    • Seal Team: A seal assembles a team of fellow seals to take on evil sharks in this animated film.

  • Jan. 1
    • 300: This adaptation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel tells the story of a Spartan army’s fight against the Persians.
    • 1BR: A woman moves into a new apartment complex but finds it’s more dangerous than she thought.
    • Annie (1982): The classic musical about the little orphan girl comes to streaming.
    • Big Fish: Ewan McGregor stars in this over-the-top tale about a son’s journey to learn about his father.
    • Braveheart: The Mel Gibson classic comes to streaming.
    • Cadillac Records: This film starring Adrian Brody and Beyonce tells the story of how some of America’s most famous singers began in 1950s Chicago.
    • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005): Johnny Depp stars as Willy Wonka in this adaptation of the Roald Dahl novel.
    • Doing Hard Time: A man is purposefully jailed in order to enact revenge on those who killed his son.
    • Escaping the NXIVM Cult: A Mother’s Fight To Save Her Daughter: This film tells a fictionalized story about the real-life NXIVM cult.
    • First Sunday: Two petty crooks try to rob a church, but it turns into a comical hostage situation.
    • Free Willy: A boy attempts to save a captive orca in this famed ’90s film.

  • Jan. 1 [Con’t]
    • G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra: A group of elite military members takes on an arms dealer.
    • Geronimo: An American Legend: This biopic tells the story of the hero Geronimo.
    • Ghosts of Girlfriends Past: A man’s ex-girlfriends visit him on the eve of his brother’s wedding.
    • Girl, Interrupted: Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie star in this film about the residents of women’s mental facility.
    • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011): Rooney Mara stars as an enigmatic investigator in this murder mystery.
    • Godzilla (1998): The legendary monster returns.
    • Gremlins: A group of creatures attempts to tear up a town on Christmas Eve in this cult classic film.
    • Happy Feet: A dancing penguin follows his dreams in this animated film.
    • Hell or High Water: To save their ranch, two brothers embark on bank robberies in Texas.
    • Hook: Robin Williams stars as an adult Peter Pan who must return to Neverland to save his children.

  • Jan. 1 [Con’t]
    • I Know What You Did Last Summer: Four friends are stalked by a killer over a mysterious event that happened the summer before.
    • I Love You, Man: A man with no friends attempts to find a best man in time for his wedding.
    • I Still Know What You Did Last Summer: In this sequel, the killer is still on the loose and coming for his remaining victims.
    • Interview with the Vampire: The adaptation of Anne Rice’s famous novel comes to streaming.
    • Just Go With It: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Anniston star in this romantic comedy about a doctor and his nurse posing as a couple.
    • Kung Fu Panda: Jack Black voices a panda who desperately wants to learn karate in this animated film.
    • Linewatch: A former gang member’s wife and daughter are kidnapped in order to force him into smuggling drugs.
    • The Longest Yard (2005): An incarcerated former quarterback helps coach a team of inmates.
    • The Lost Boys: This ’80s cult classic tells the story of vampires in a small town.

  • Jan. 1 [Con’t]
    • Midnight in Paris: A novelist is whisked back into the past by famed figures in literature and art while vacationing in Paris.
    • Monsters vs. Aliens: Monsters are sent to defend Earth from an alien invasion in this animated film.
    • Nacho Libre: A man working at a monastery moonlights as a wrestler to earn money for the orphans there.
    • The NeverEnding Story: A boy begins reading a book only to discover himself inside of it.
    • Paranormal Activity: A couple’s home is haunted by a presence in this horror film.
    • The Patriot: Mel Gibson stars in this film about the Revolutionary War.
    • Road Trip: Friends go on a road trip to get back a videotape
    • that could ruin one of their relationships.
    • Runaway Bride: Julia Roberts stars as a woman who can’t seem to make it down the aisle.

  • Jan. 1 [Con’t]
    • Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: A girl’s scary stories come to life in this horror film.
    • Stand by Me: A group of boys set out to see a dead body and come to understand more about one another in the process.
    • Superman Returns: Superman returns to Earth after five years.
    • Taxi Driver: A disturbed insomniac becomes obsessed with saving the world.
    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2007): The Ninja Turtles return in this modern adaptation starring Megan Fox.
    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze: The Ninja Turtles’ nemesis Shredder gains access to the same ooze that created them.
    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The turtles must save their friend, journalist April O’Neil, across centuries.
    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie (1990): The turtles must stop their nemesis Shredder in this first film in the franchise.
    • Terminator 2: Judgment Day: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator is sent back to protect John Connor in this sequel.
    • Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines: John Connor has no memories of his life, but a new, more advanced Terminator threatens his life.
    • Terminator Salvation: After Judgement Day, John Connor must uncover more of Skynet’s secrets.

  • Jan. 1 [Con’t]
    • The Town: A criminal has a romance with a witness to a bank robbery.
    • Troy: Homer’s epic is adapted in this film starring Eric Bana, Brad Pitt, and Orlando Bloom.
    • True Grit (2010): A 14-year-old attempting to find her father’s killer is joined by a marshall and ranger.
    • The Wedding Singer: Adam Sandler stars as a wedding singer in this cult classic romantic comedy.
    • Wild Wild West: Will Smith stars as a war hero attempting to stop a mad inventor.
    • Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971): Gene Wilder stars as Willy Wonka in this classic.
    • Woo: An introverted law clerk meets an extroverted woman on a blind date.

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