What’s New On Netflix Australia In December 2023?
— 27 November 2023

What’s New On Netflix Australia In December 2023?

— 27 November 2023
Garry Lu
Garry Lu

Struggling to find something to watch? Wondering what’s new on Netflix Australia? You’re not the only one.

We’ve been hoping that Netflix Australia continues to deliver the streaming goods, and based on the docket for December 2023, our prayers have been answered.

Here are all the new movies and TV shows on Netflix Australia coming this December.

Netflix Australia December 2023 Highlights

For December 2023, highlights include Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein biopic Maestro, Zack Snyder’s take on a Star Wars-style space opera Rebel Moon: Part One — A Child of Fire, plus The Crown season 6 (Part 2).

Aside from those choice selections, there are plenty of exciting new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix Australia’s content lineup — from engrossing dramas and true crime documentaries to stand-up comedy specials.

While you’re here, check out some of our other roundups so you’re never left wondering about what to watch on Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime, and all the other streaming services out there.

What’s on Netflix Australia in December 2023: New Releases

Netflix Original Series

  • Sweet Home: Season 2 (1/12/2023)
  • Welcome to Samdal-ri (3/12/2023)
  • Blood Coast (6/12/2023)
  • Analog Squad (7/12/2023)
  • I Hate Christmas: Season 2 (7/12/2023)
  • My Life With the Walter Boys (7/12/2023)
  • High Tides (7/12/2023)
  • Single’s Inferno: Season 3 (12/12/2023)
  • 1670 (13/12/2023)
  • Car Masters: Rust to Riches: Season 5 (13/12/2023)
  • The Influencer (13/12/2023)
  • As the Crow Flies: Season 2 (14/12/2023)
  • The Crown: Season 6 Part 2 (14/12/2023)
  • Yu Yu Hakusho (14/12/2023)
  • ​Carol & The End of The World (15/12/2023)
  • Yoh’ Christmas (15/12/2023)
  • Love is Blind Brazil: After the Altar (20/12/2023)
  • Cindy la Regia: The High School Years (20/12/2023)
  • Like Flowers in Sand (21/12/2023)
  • Gyeongseong Creature Part 1 (22/12/2023)
  • The Manny (24/12/2023)
  • Berlin (29/12/2023)

Netflix Films

  • Christmas as Usual (6/12/2023)
  • NAGA (7/12/2023)
  • The Archies (7/12/2023)
  • Blood Vessel (8/12/2023)
  • Leave the World Behind (8/12/2023)
  • Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget (15/12/2023)
  • Familia (15/12/2023)
  • Maestro (20/12/2023)
  • Taming of the Shrewd 2 (20/12/2023)
  • Rebel Moon, Part One: A Child of Fire (22/12/2023)
  • A Vampire in the Family (24/12/2023)
  • Thank You, I’m Sorry (26/12/2023)

Netflix Comedy Specials

  • Stavros Halkias: Fat Rascal (5/12/2023)
  • Trevor Noah: Where Was I (19/12/2023)
  • Ricky Gervais: Armageddon (25/12/2023)

Netflix Original Documentaries

  • World War II: From the Frontlines (7/12/2023)
  • Kevin Hart & Chris Rock: Headliners Only (12/12/2023)
  • Under Pressure: The U.S. Women’s World Cup Team (12/12/2023)
  • Se Eu Fosse: Luísa Sonza (13/12/2023)
  • Face to Face with ETA: Conversations with a Terrorist (15/12/2023)
  • Hell Camp: Teen Nightmare (27/12/2023)

Netflix Kids & Family

  • Dew Drop Diaries: Season 2 (4/12/2023)
  • Hilda: Season 3 (7/12/2023)
  • Supa Team 4: Season 2 (21/12/2023)
  • Dew Drop Diaries: Season 2 (4/12/2023) Hilda: Season 3 (7/12/2023) Supa Team 4: Season 2 (21/12/2023) Pokémon Concierge (28/12/2023)Pokémon Concierge (28/12/2023)

Netflix Anime

  • Onimusha (2/11/2023)
  • Blue Eye Samurai (3/11/2023)
  • Akuma Kun (9/11/2023)
  • Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (17/11/2023)
  • My Daemon (23/11/2023)
  • Onmyoji (28/11/2023)

All Other TV & Movies Coming To Netflix (Licensed Content)

  • Fisk: Season 2 (1/12/2023)
  • Talk to Me (1/12/2023)
  • The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson (6/12/2023)
  • Shazam! Fury of the Gods (14/12/2023)
  • X (15/12/2023)
  • Everything Everywhere All at Once (20/12/2023)
  • Top Gun: Maverick (22/12/2023)
  • Fast X (23/12/2023)

Netflix Games


New on Netflix Australia: Top Picks of December 2023


There’s been considerable hype surrounding Bradley Cooper’s directorial follow-up to the monstrously successful A Star Is Born remake in which he co-starred alongside Lady Gaga. But we have to admit — prior to Netflix unveiling of the first Maestro trailer, we weren’t exactly hanging on the edge of our seats for a Leonard Bernstein biopic.

Arriving to select theatres and Netflix to close out the year, this “love letter” to the life and art of the legendary composer + conductor (Cooper) viewed through the lens of his 25-year marriage to Felicia Montealegre (Carey Mulligan) promises to be a humanising portrait of a larger-than-life cultural icon.

Mulligan and Cooper have been joined by Maya Hawke as the couple’s daughter Jamie, and Sam Nivola as their son Alexander; in addition to the likes of Matt Bomer, Sarah Silverman, Gideon Glick, Gabe Fazio, Eric Parkinson, William Hill, Nick Blaemire, Oscar Pavlo, Tim Rogan, and Mallory Portnoy.

On top of directing, starring, and co-writing in collaboration with Josh Singer, Bradley Cooper has produced Maestro alongside Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, and more; the cinematography has been achieved by Matthew Libatique (Requiem for a DreamBlack SwansA Star Is Born).

Rebel Moon: Part One — A Child of Fire

When a colony on the edge of the galaxy finds itself threatened by the armies of the tyrannical Regent Balisarius (Fra Fee), they dispatch a young woman with a mysterious past named Kora (Sofia Boutella) to seek out warriors from neighbouring planets to help them take a stand.

What began as Zack Snyder’s pitch for a Star Wars movie has since evolved to something with a life of its own. Rebel Moon: Part One — A Child of Fire is now a full-scale space opera heavily inspired by Star Wars; as well as the works of the legendary Akira Kurosawa and Heavy Metal magazines.

Boutella and Fee is joined by Djimon Hounsou, Charlie Hunnam, Michiel Huisman, Staz Nair, Doona Bae, Ray Fisher, Cleopatra Coleman, as well as the voice of Sir Anthony Hopkins.

Rebel Moon — Part Two: The Scargiver is scheduled to release early next year (April 19th, 2024).

The Crown Season 6 (Part 2)

The dramatised chronology of Queen Elizabeth II’s (Imelda Staunton) reign from the death of her father, King George VI, all the way through to the early 21st century is coming to an end. But not before covering a few key events.

Set between 1997 and the early 2000s, story arcs to be explored will reportedly range from the aforementioned wedding of Prince Charles (Dominic West) and Camilla Parker Bowles (Olivia Williams); entering the “Willennium” with the early relationship of young Prince William (Rufus Kampa) and future wife Kate Middleton (Meg Bellamy); to the premiership of Tony Blair (Bertie Carvel).

Rather controversially, the unfortunate passing of Diana, Princess of Wales (Elizabeth Debicki) in Paris, is also a major focus throughout the finale.

How Are Things Looking For Netflix Australia In December 2023?


We’ve been getting quite a bit from Netflix Australia as of late, and December seems to be carrying the momentum.

The streaming giant had what was arguably its biggest month of the year in September with major flagship releases like Netflix’s One Piece adaptation and the Shane Gillis special.

Last month, it dropped everything from The Crown season 6 (Part 1), to David Fincher’s long-awaited The Killer adaptation starring Michael Fassbender, as well as another much-hyped stand-up special (this time with viral sensation Matt Rife).

Now, the crimson N is finishing 2023 strong with both original and licensed content, i.e. Bradley Cooper’s Maestro, Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon: Part One — A Child of Fire, The Crown season 6 (Part 2) | Everything Everywhere All At Once, Top Gun: Maverick, and Fast X.

Suffice it to say, there’s plenty on the streaming service to help justify that Netflix subscription price. Especially now that the company has started cracking down on password sharing.

Trying to decide what other streaming services to add to your monthly subscriptions? Check out our deep dive into the best streaming services in Australia.

Also Read:

New On Netflix Australia November 2023 — Frequently Asked Questions

What are some good movies to watch on Netflix Australia?

Some great movies to watch on Netflix Australia right now are Hustle, The Killer, Pai Hustlers, and Maestro.

What are some good TV shows to watch on Netflix Australia?

Some good TV shows streaming on Netflix Australia right now include House of Cards, The Crown, Mindhunter, Rick & Morty, Drive to Survive, BoJack Horseman, Narcos, Top Boy, Black Mirror, and Ozark.

What's new on Netflix Australia?

If you’re looking for something new on Netflix Australia, keep an eye out for Shane Gillis: Beautiful Dogs, One Piece, The Crown Season 6 (Part 2), The Killer, Maestro, Rebel Moon, as well as the Squid Game competition series.

Garry Lu
After stretching his legs with companies such as The Motley Fool and the odd marketing agency, Garry joined Boss Hunting in 2019 as a fully-fledged Content Specialist. In 2021, he was promoted to News Editor. Garry proudly retains a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, black bruises from Muay Thai, as well as a black belt in all things pop culture. Drop him a line at [email protected]