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What to watch on Disney+ in December 2022

What to watch on Disney+ in December 2022

From the thriller series The Patient (with Steve Carell) to the new season of AHS, all the news of the month of the streaming platform.

December on Disney + is dedicated to thrillers: an unusual choice in the month of the Christmas holidays for the streaming platform which, for some time now, has embraced a much wider audience than the familiar one at the beginning. Proof of this is the December programming which focuses on three new serials, precisely in the name of high voltage, starting with the long-awaited The Patient, a new dramatic title with Steve Carell in the role of a psychologist kidnapped by one of his patients, serial killer. After the films, the series on The Mystery of the Templars also arrives, but the thriller tone even becomes horror with the eleventh season of Ryan Murphy's cult anthological series American Horror Story: NYC which, as the title suggests, is set in the Big Apple. In December there is no shortage of films released on the streaming platform which, in any case, rediscovers the Christmas spirit and, in effect, inaugurates a Christmas special that abounds in films, series and shows in the name of good humor and holidays.

Disney+ TV series of December 2022

Our Last Chance – streaming December 2nd

The original Spanish series is the story of Candela and Diego, which the audience will follow on a journey through love, friendship and the struggle to make one's way in the world. The series is played by Miguel Bernardeau, one of the most promising young Spanish actors (Josefina, Élite, Todo lo otro) in the role by Diego, and by Aitana, the most important pop artist in Spain (Mariposas, Formentera, Mon Amour – Remix, En el coche), who plays Candela. Our Last Chance also marks Aitana's debut as an actress.

The mystery of the templars – The series – streaming from December 14th

From the film saga, comes the series: the protagonist is Jess, whose life is turned upside down when an enigmatic stranger gives her a clue about an age-old treasure that could be connected to her father, long dead. Jess has a knack for solving puzzles and her skills are put to the test as she and her friends follow a series of clues hidden in artifacts and monuments Americans. But will Jess outwit a black market antiquities dealer in one race to find the greatest lost treasure in history and discover the truth about his past family?

The Patient – ​​streaming from December 14th

From the creators of The Americans Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg (The Americans), the new thriller psychological follows the therapist, Alan Strauss (Steve Carell), held captive by a patient, Sam Fortner (Domhnall Gleeson), who is revealed to be a serial killer. Sam has an unusual request therapeutic for Alan: curbing his homicidal impulses. In order to survive, Alan must free the Sam's disturbed mind and stop him from killing again… but Sam refuses to face it critical subjects, such as her mother Candace (Linda Emond). Alone in captivity, Alan delves into the just went through the memories of his old therapist, Charlie (David Alan Grier), and yes confronts his repressed issues: the recent death of his wife, Beth (Laura Niemi), and the painful estrangement from his religious son, Ezra (Andrew Leeds). During his imprisonment, Alan discovers not only how deep Sam's compulsion runs, but how much work he owes do to mend the rift in his own family. With time running out on him, Alan struggles desperately to stop Sam before he becomes an accomplice to his murders or, worse, becomes himself a target.

American Horror Story: NYC – streaming December 28

The eleventh season of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's award-winning anthology series is set in New York City: deaths and mysterious disappearances multiply in the city. Meanwhile, a doctor makes a frightening discovery and a local reporter lands in the front pages of all next day's newspapers.

Disney+ films of December 2022

Diary of a Wimpy Kid – The law of the greatest – streaming from December 2nd

The hilarious adventures of anxious and disaster-prone middle schooler Greg Heffley in the new Disney+ Original Movie, which this time focuses on her complicated relationship with her brother Major Rodrick. A crew cut high school student, Rodrick is lazy and unruly and passes too much time practicing with his rock band, Löded Diper. Although I love to torment Greg, alla finally feels a deep affection for his younger brother.

Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah's Revenge – streaming December 9

The new animated film chronicles the troubles that occur at the American Museum of Natural History every night when the sun goes down. Nick Daley's summer job as a museum night watchman is a demanding job for a high school student, but the boy is following in his father's footsteps and determined not to let him down. Luckily, he is familiar with the museum's ancient tablet that brings everything to life when the sun sets, and is happy to see his old friends, including Jedediah, Octavius, and Sacagawea, upon his arrival. But when the ruler Kahmunrah escapes in order to unlock the Egyptian underworld and free the Army of the Dead, it's up to Nick to stop the madman and save the museum once and for all.

The pupils – streaming from December 16th

Writer and director Alice Rohrwacher, together with Oscar-winning producer Alfonso Cuarón sign this short film in live action, which speaks of desires, pure and selfish, of freedom and devotion and anarchy that can flourish in the minds of girls within the confines of a strict religious boarding school during Christmas.

Christmas Special on Disney+

  • Pentatonix: the world on vacation – 2 December
  • New Santa Clause Wanted
  • Marvel Studios Presents: Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special
  • The Nutcracker: A Christmas… hip hop!
  • Die Hard Collection – all the films of the saga available for streaming
  • Home Alone Collection – available in streaming all the films of the saga
  • LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special
  • Muppet house party
  • High School Musical: The Musical – The Holiday Special
  • Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas

DISNEY NOVEMBER RELEASES TO RECOVER

From Willow – The series to Limitless with Chris Hemsworth, all the news of the month of the streaming platform

November on Disney+ coincides with many new features, starting with the long-awaited Willow series, the ideal sequel to the 1980s fantasy film. The sorcerer played by Warwick Davis is in the company of Chris Hemsworth and David Beckham, respectively protagonists of the docuseries Limitless and Teams to save. These titles are just some of the novelties arriving this month on the streaming platform, on which the episodes of the second season of American Horror Stories also continue. Other documentaries and original films are also arriving on Disney+, all not to be missed. In this regard, here is the complete list of news of the month.

Disney +, the TV series of November 2022

Reboot – streaming from November 2nd

Reboot relaunches the early 2000s family sitcom Step Right Up, putting its dysfunctional cast back together. Now they have to face their unsolved problems in today's rapidly changing world. The cast of the series consists of Keegan-Michael Key (Schmigadoon!), Judy Greer (The Thing About Pam), Johnny Knoxville (Jackass Forever), Paul Reiser (Mad About You), Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Calum Worthy (American Vandal) and Krista Marie Yu (Man of the House).

David Beckham: Teams to save – streaming from 9 November

It's a heartwarming series that sees David Beckham himself return to his East London roots to mentor Westward Boys, a young amateur side who find themselves at the bottom of the table and facing relegation. However, this is not just any league … it is the same one in which the champion played as a boy. Working closely with the coaches, Beckham will try to turn the team around.

Tell Me Lies – streaming November 16th

Limitless with Chris Hemsworth – streaming November 16th

From Academy Award-nominated director Darren Aronofsky (The Whale, Black Swan) and his production company Protozoa, Jane Root's Nutopia and Chris Hemsworth and Ben Grayson's fledgling Wild State, Limitless puts cutting-edge science at its heart on human longevity. Halfway between a global scientific adventure and a personal journey, each episode of the series follows Chris Hemsworth as he tackles physical and mental feats devised by world-renowned experts, scientists and doctors to unlock the aging process. Each challenge, carried out with the utmost precision, is based on innovative studies that draw on new research and consolidated traditions. Hemsworth's mission is to better understand the limitations of the human body and to discover how we can prolong health and happiness into old age.

New Santa Clause Wanted – streaming November 16th

Scott Calvin is back: after being Santa Claus for almost thirty years, he is more cheerful than ever. But as the popularity of Christmas declines, so does the Christmas magic of him. Scott struggles to keep up with the demands of the job and be there for his family. When he learns that there is a way for him to step down from his job, Scott considers stepping down as Santa Claus and finding a worthy successor to become a better father and husband.

Reasonable Doubt – streaming from November 23rd

Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers – streaming November 23rd

Willow – The Series – streaming from November 30th

With the return of Warwick Davis in the title role, the sequel series based on the 1988 fantasy adventure film conceived by George Lucas follows the sorcerer Nelwyn, years after saving the infant Empress Elora Danan, leading an unlikely group of heroes in a mission to discover a world beyond any imagination.

Other upcoming titles:

  • Solar Opposites (Season 3) – streaming November 2nd
  • The D'Amelio Show – streaming from November 2nd
  • Good Trouble (Season 4) – Streaming November 23
  • Maggie – streaming from November 23rd

Disney+ films of November 2022

As for Disenchantment – ​​And they lived unhappy and discontented – streaming from November 18th

It's been 15 years since Giselle (Amy Adams) and Robert's (Patrick Dempsey) wedding, but Giselle has become disillusioned with city life, so the two decide to move their growing family to the quiet suburban community of Monroeville in search of a fairytale life. Unfortunately, this fix isn't as simple as Giselle had hoped. Suburbia has all-new rules and a local queen bee, Malvina Monroe (Maya Rudolph), who makes Giselle feel more out of place than ever. Frustrated that her "happily ever after" hasn't been so easy to achieve, she turns to the magic of Andalasia for help, accidentally turning the entire city into a fairy tale and putting her future happiness at risk. his family. Now Giselle must race against time to undo the spell and find out what "happily ever after" really means to her and her family.

  • Matriarch – streaming from November 4th
  • Fire of Love (Documentary) – Streaming November 11
  • Mickey: The Tale of a Mouse – streaming November 18th

DISNEY OCTOBER RELEASES TO RECOVER

From the awaited Boris 4 to Star Wars: Tales of Jedi, passing through all the titles coming out for Hallowstream, all the news of the month of the streaming platform. In October, the episodes of Andor, The Old Man continue on Disney+, but there is certainly no shortage of novelties, in which the fourth season of the Italian series Boris undoubtedly stands out, an unmissable appointment for those nostalgic for "The eyes of the heart" and beyond . On the Star Wars theme, there are also the animated shorts Tales of Jedi, but among the new TV series there are so many, not to be missed. October, then, is the month of Hallowstream and, also this year, Disney + has decided to celebrate with horror with the Hallostream, that is, a special programming of horror films, including the new Licantropus series (Werewolf by Night). Here is the complete list of news of the month.

Disney+ TV series of October 2022

The Bear – streaming from October 5th

The series stars Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White), a young chef from the restaurant business, who returns home to Chicago to run the family sandwich shop, The Original Beef of Chicagoland, after a heartbreaking family death. . In a world away from what he was used to, Carmy is faced with the harsh realities of running a small business, a stubborn and reluctant kitchen staff, and difficult family relationships, all while trying to deal with the aftermath of her brother's suicide.

Candy: Death in Texas – streaming October 12

Jessica Biel plays Candy Montgomery, a 1980s housewife and mother who has done everything right: a good husband, two kids, a nice home, and even careful planning and execution of transgressions. But when the pressures of conformity work their way through her, her actions cry out for some freedom, with fatal results.

Change of Direction (Season 2) – Streaming October 12

Marvyn Korn (Stamos) returns to Westbrook with a new spirit, ready to prove that his basketball team belongs in D-2 and that he is still the winning coach he was in the NCAA championship. Marvyn's plan is to get his team broadcast on ESPN and his ruse is to recruit an unlikely player: Ava (Echeagaray), a courageous promise of beach volleyball who, due to her tantrums, has been removed from her circle . Between the loss of assistant coach Holly Barrett (Gilsig) to a rival school, new friction between teammates, a sudden and unexpected closeness with the boys and unexpected disasters off the field, the Westbrook Sirens will have to prove once again more.

In the eyes of the world – streaming from October 12th

Les Amateurs – streaming from October 19th

The series set in Beaucastel, in eastern France, offers a new interpretation of the long tradition of French buddy comedy movies: Vincent, 32, works at the Regional Council of Meurthe et Moselle and has just been dumped by his girlfriend, who is also the his boss. Alban, 45, still lives in his mother's house and works as a postal clerk in the same building as Vincent.

Boris (season 4) – streaming from October 26th

After three seasons and a film, written and directed by Mattia Torre, Giacomo Ciarrapico and Luca Vendruscolo, Boris returns to the screens to tell once again, with a satirical and unconventional language, the behind-the-scenes of the world of cinema and television Italians. Originally set in the backstage of a low budget Italian series, entitled "The eyes of the heart", the fourth season will tell the story of the return of the historic crew on a set. Meanwhile, however, the world and television have changed. Social networks, influencers and the various streaming platforms dictate the law. How will our protagonists face this New World?

Star Wars: Tales of Jedi (Season 1) – streaming October 26

The new animated series of shorts tells the origin of Anakin Skywalker's apprentice, Ahsoka Tano, and the story of Count Dooku, who slowly strays from the path of the Jedi and ends up succumbing to the dark side of the Force.

This is going to hurt (season 1) – streaming October 26

The Walking Dead 11 (last episodes) – from October 3rd

The Captain – from 12 October

Damages (seasons 1-5) – from October 19th

The Mysterious Academy of Young Geniuses (second season) from 26 October

Disney+ films of October 2022

Soul of a Nation: The Murder of Malcolm X (Documentary) – Streaming October 7

Rosaline (film original) – streaming from October 14th

Based on the young adult novel When you were mine by Rebecca Serle, the film proposes a light and comic reinterpretation of Shakespeare's classic tragic love story Romeo and Juliet, told from the point of view of the cousin of Juliet, Rosaline, who is also Romeo's ex.

Soul of a Nation: Scream Queens Rising (Documentary) – Streaming October 14th

The Hallowstream special

Licantropus (Werewolf by Night) – streaming from October 7th

The Marvel Studios Halloween special is dedicated to the character of Jack Russell aka Werewolf (Gael García Bernal), inspired by Universal monsters and horror classics of the 30s and 40s.

Grimcutty – streaming from October 10th

Horror film in which a suburban teenager and her little brother must stop a terrifying Internet meme brought to life by their parents' hysteria.

  • Hocus Pocus
  • Muppets Haunted Mansion
  • Nightmare Before Christmas
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  • The Night House
  • The hidden truths
  • The hills Have Eyes

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