New Peacock TV Shows and Movies For December 2021

Christmas is just around the corner, and all we do now is consume a ton of Pizza and stream Christmas movies over and over again. With Peacock’s help, we’ve got even more festive material to enjoy. In the following, you’ll find a complete listing of all the new Peacock series and films scheduled to premiere in December 2021.

Best Movies on Peacock To Watch Right Now (December 2021) << Rotten Tomatoes – Movie and TV News

So, let’s begin.

Back to the Future

Back to the Future’s legacy as a classic film is undeniable. It made Christopher Lloyd, and Michael J. Fox household names and introduced a generation to the concept of a flux capacitor. As Robert Zemeckis has stated that a sequel is not in the cards, we may rest assured that the original series will be remembered fondly and untarnished by shoddy remakes.

This sci-fi, adventure, and coming-of-age comedy flawlessly blend genres and timelines. It’s a roller coaster of emotions, with a lot of heart. When Marty McFly, a teenager, is accidentally sent back in time by oddball scientist Doc Brown, he disrupts his parents’ meeting, which threatens their love and his current existence. As a result, a cult classic film was created.


Not very long into the movie, the title delivers one of the most spoken and well-known lines of all time “As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster.” After that, it doesn’t slow down at all. For more than three decades, Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) chronicles the peaks and troughs of the Brooklyn mafia in Martin Scorsese’s masterwork.

You may well not notice how tight the rope has become until the white-knuckle closing scene, which is downright seductive at first because of all the splendor and danger. The swagger, flair, and content of Goodfellas have won it a prestigious reputation, and its impact can be seen in innumerable subsequent films and television shows.

Notting Hill

The phrase “After all, I’m just a girl, standing in front of a boy, begging him to love her” will always make us swoon.  I’m talking about the 1993 romantic comedy, Notting Hill, which stars Hugh Grant as a bumbling British bookshop who falls in love with a dazzling international movie star (Julia Roberts).

Hopelessly romantic but grounded, it explores the real-life implications of courting an A-list icon. Side stories are both delicate and satisfying, as Will’s family and friends offer advice on his romantic life while also fumbling into their romantic relationships. If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s no excuse not to.

Baking It

As if we require yet another Christmas baking show, I know what you’re saying in your mind. We certainly do when Maya Rudolph and Andy Samberg are hosting. Baked products are judged by four grandmothers who love the candidates and think they’re better than the other eight competing teams.

In their interactions with the participants and each other, Samberg and Rudolph come across as naturals in their roles as singers, jokers, and banterers. The candidates on the show come from a wide variety of origins, and they commemorate a wide variety of holidays. Baking It’s a joy to behold.

Long Way North

Although it’s not widely recognized, this beautiful, animated children’s film has a powerful emotional resonance. Sasha, a 15-year-old aristocrat from St. Petersburg in the late 1800s, is the focus of this story. With a burning desire to discover the truth about her grandfather’s disappearance and to clear her family’s name, she finds a ship and embarks on an arduous journey through the harsh northern region.

Epic adventure and morality tale, Long Way North explores themes of independence and compassion in a way that is both thrilling and heartfelt. The 80-minute film’s unique aesthetic flair, however, is what truly sets it apart. In Long Way North, the frozen environment is both gorgeous and alive, despite the starkness of it.

So, grab your popcorn or hot coffee, whatever your mind craves, and start binge-watching.


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