Bundle up and enjoy the comfort of your home this holiday season with these binge-worthy watches. Whether it’s a charming romantic comedy, epic action, theatrical drama, or the latest in engrossing reality television, there is something for everyone to get immersed in this winter.
Don’t Look Up
Abridging satire with science fiction, this Netflix original film boasts an ensemble cast worthy of a Robert Altman film as it follows two astronomers who must sound the alarm on an impending astroid collision with earth.
Don’t Look Up will begin streaming on Netflix starting December 24th.
The Power of the Dog
A neo-western film based off the 1967 novel of the same name by Thomas Savage, this period piece paints a moving tale of fraught family dynamics.
The Power of the Dog is now available to stream on Netflix.
Singles All the Way
A light-hearted romantic romp that sees two best friends realize that their bond runs deeper than platonic.
Single All the Way is now available to stream on Netflix.
The Hand of God
Italian director Paolo Sorrentino’s most personal project to date, the film’s setting in Naples during the 1980s sees joy and tragedy intertwine in this eloquent coming-of-age story.
The Hand of God is now available to stream on Netflix
Being the Ricardos
Aaron Sorkin’s biographical tale presents a portrait of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz’s tumultuous professional and romantic relationship, intimately navigating the soundstage and the bedroom with harrowing detail.
Being the Ricardos will begin streaming on Prime Video starting December 21st.
The Matrix Resurrections
This fan-favourite series is back with a fourth instalment that sees the beloved Neo re-enter the Matrix after years of living a conventional life in San Francisco.
The Matrix Resurrections will begin streaming on HBO Max starting December 22nd.
Have a box of tissues handy as the Fab Five embark on a new journey transforming lives by revealing the true beauty that lies within.
Queer Eye season 6 will begin streaming on Netflix starting December 31st.
And Just Like That
Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte reunite for new tales involving romance and camaraderie in the age of social media and instant gratification.
And Just Like That is now available to stream on HBO Max.
This limited series chronicles the Diaz siblings’ quest to find love and purpose, with each of the five episodes taking place during a national holiday.
With Love is now available to stream on Prime Video.
Produced by David Fincher, this docuseries is comprised of six visual essays that double as love letters to the medium of cinema, spotlighting its intrinsic connection to the human experience.
Voir is now available to stream on Netflix.
True crime lovers rejoice! Set in Nottinghamshire in 1998, this miniseries uncovers the mystery of why Susan and her husband Christopher decided to kill and bury her parents in the back garden of their humble suburban home, a crime that went undetected for over a decade.
Landscapers is now available to stream on HBO Max.
Emily in Paris
S/ winter cover star Lily Collins returns to the French capital for a second season of Parisian romanticism and outlandish professional dilemmas.
Emily in Paris will be available to stream on Netflix starting December 22nd.