Everything Coming To Netflix, Stan And Foxtel This December

While neither Stan nor the Australian Netflix library has anything near the range of US streaming services, every month we get just a little more. Foxtel is also adding a number of hugely popular titles to their Anytime on-demand streaming. Read on to see all the content that will be added to their libraries during the month of December.

Netflix

This month, Netflix brings the Mythbusters-esque White Rabbit Project, season two of Fuller House and headlines its lineup of films with 500 Days Of Summer, plus rediscover your childhood joy with Robin Williams in Flubber.

Here are some of the highlights:

White Rabbit Project

Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara investigate jailbreaks, superpower technology, heists and other pop culture, science and history topics.

Fuller House Season 2:

The Tanner family’s adventures continue as DJ Tanner-Fuller shares a home with her sister Stephanie and friend Kimmy who help raise her three boys.

Barry:

A young Barack Obama deals with race, culture and identity while finding his way as a New York City college student in this fact-inspired film.

(500) Days of Summer

An offbeat romantic comedy about a woman who doesn't believe true love exists, and the young man who falls for her.


Here's the full list:

Netflix Originals

  • Fauda, Season 1 -- 2 December
  • Fuller House, Season 2 -- 9 December
  • White Rabbit Project, Season 1 -- 9 December
  • Club De Cuervos, Season 2 -- 9 December
  • Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, Season 1 -- 11 December
  • Nobel, Season 1 -- 13 December
  • Crazyhead, Season 1 -- 16 December
  • No Second Chance, Season 1 -- 16 December
  • Van Helsing, Season 1 -- 17 December
  • Ten Percent, Season 1 -- 20 December
  • Travelers, Season 1 -- 23 December
  • Chasing Cameron -- 27 December
  • Ajin, Season 2 -- 27 December
  • Spectral -- 9 December
  • Barry -- 16 December
  • Reggie Watts: Spatial -- 06 December
  • Ricardo O’Farrill: Christmas Special -- 12 December
  • Gabriel Iglesias: Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry -- 20 December
  • Hip Hop Evolution, Season 1 -- 2 December
  • The Cuba Libre Story, Season 1 -- 8 December
  • Captive, Season 1 -- 09 December
  • Lost & Found Music Studios, Season 2 -- 03 December
  • Luna Petunia, Season 1 -- 09 December
  • The Adventures of Puss in Boots, Season 4 -- 16 December
  • Trollhunters, Season 1 -- 23 December

Highlights

  • Seeking a Friend for the End of the World -- 1 December
  • White Girl -- 1 December
  • How To Be Single -- 1 December
  • Wildflower -- 1 December
  • Blue Jay -- 7 December
  • Other People -- 8 December
  • (500) Days of Summer -- 14 December
  • The Finest Hours -- 20 December
  • Matilda -- 21 December
  • Black Hawk Down -- 28 December
  • The Recruit -- 28 December
  • The Homesman -- 31 December
  • Crazy Ex-GF -- 31 December
  • Haute Cuisine -- 1 December
  • Too Late -- 1 December
  • Dark Shadows -- 1 December
  • Happy -- 1 December
  • Dumb and Dumber -- 1 December
  • Bob's Broken Sleigh -- 6 December
  • Hit Record on TV with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Season 2 -- 12 December
  • Beauty Shop -- 14 December
  • Hocus Pocus -- 14 December
  • The Birdcage -- 21 December
  • Flubber -- 21 December
  • Sleepless in Seattle -- 21 December

Stan

Stan leads its month with the Australian-exclusive Preacher, as well as continuing with new episodes of Ash vs Evil Dead. Penny Dreadful Season 2 is also on the way, and you can also catch Doctor Who Christmas Specials for the holiday season.

Preacher:

Based on one of the most influential comic book series of the last 20 years, Preacher is a supernatural, twisted and darkly comedic drama that follows a Texas preacher named Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), who gains the power to control people with just a word. Developed by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin, Preacher is an epic blockbuster for the small-screen.

Mozart In The Jungle:

Season 3 of the Emmy and Golden Globe winning series is about reinvention, as the orchestral family must find themselves as individuals before they can reunite renewed and stronger. With the symphony under lockout, Rodrigo (Golden Globe Winner Gael García Bernal) heads to Venice to find inspiration working with an operatic diva.

Penny Dreadful Season 2:

Vanessa and her allies find themselves locked in an epic battle against unholy evil, and Ethan’s big secret becomes known as his past comes back to haunt him.

Room

Both highly suspenseful and deeply emotional, Room is a unique and touching film, receiving widespread critical acclaim and the Academy Award for Best Actress for star Brie Larson.


Here's the full list:

TV:

  • Younger: Season 3 Episode 9 -- 1 December
  • Preacher: Season 1 -- 2 December
  • Ash Vs Evil Dead: Season 2 Episode 9 -- 5 December
  • Blunt Talk: Season 2 Episode 9 -- 5 December
  • The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting: Season 1 -- 6 December
  • Good Behaviour: Season 1 Episode 5 -- 7 December
  • Younger: Season 3 Episode 10 -- 8 December
  • The Last Panthers: Season 1 -- 9 December
  • Mozart In The Jungle: Season 3 -- 10 December
  • Ash Vs Evil Dead: Season 2 Episode 10 - Final Ep -- 12 December
  • Blunt Talk: Season 2 Episode 10 - Final Ep -- 12 December
  • Good Behaviour: Season 1 Episode 6 -- 14 December
  • Younger: Season 3 Episode 11 + 12 (Double Ep Final) -- 15 December
  • Acquitted: Season 2 -- 20 December
  • Good Behaviour: Season 1 Episode 7 -- 21 December
  • Penny Dreadful: Season 2 -- 27 December
  • Doctor Who: Last Christmas -- 26 December
  • Doctor Who: The Husbands of River Song -- 26 December
  • Good Behaviour: Season 1 Episode 8 -- 28 December

Movies:

  • Room -- 1 December
  • My Tehran For Sale -- 1 December
  • Wedding Crashers -- 1 December
  • Reservation Road -- 1 December
  • The Choice -- 2 December
  • Taxi Tehran -- 2 December
  • Hostage -- 2 December
  • Phoenix -- 3 December
  • Between a Frock and a Hard Place -- 4 December
  • The Brand New Testament -- 5 December
  • Big Game -- 6 December
  • Masculin Feminin -- 6 December
  • The Student -- 7 December
  • Melancholia -- 8 December
  • A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existance -- 8 December
  • Deathgasm -- 9 December
  • A Second Chance -- 11 December
  • Two or Three Things I Know About Her -- 12 December
  • Jimi: All Is By My Side -- 13 December
  • Glassland -- 13 December
  • The Loved Ones -- 14 December
  • Concussion (2016) -- 15 December
  • The Green Prince -- 16 December
  • The Exterminating Angels -- 16 December
  • Frank -- 17 December
  • Annie -- 17 December
  • Banksy Does New York -- 18 December
  • How I Live Now -- 19 December
  • Haemoo -- 19 December
  • Halal Love (And Sex) -- 19 December
  • Therese Desqueyroux -- 20 December
  • Office -- 21 December
  • Fire in Babylon -- 22 December
  • Jew Suss: Rise And Fall -- 22 December
  • The Double -- 23 December
  • Francis: Pray For Me -- 23 December
  • The Summit -- 24 December
  • Joe -- 25 December
  • Lolo -- 28 December
  • Short Term 12 -- 29 December
  • Sleeping with Other People -- 29 December
  • Dirty Wars -- 30 December
  • Triad -- 30 December
  • The Hunter -- 31 December

Foxtel Anytime

With Foxtel Anytime, you can stream shows any time you want (surprisingly) although the shows have to be a part of your package already (say, the Drama package if you want to watch Game of Thrones). Here are some of the highlights:

Westworld, Season 1

Westworld takes adventure and thrill-seeking to a new level at a futuristic amusement park where android ‘hosts’ begin to display a pattern of aberrant and disturbing behaviour.

Insecure:

HBO’s new comedy, Insecure, written by and starring Issa Rae, explores the friendship of two modern-day African American women, as well as all their awkward experiences and racy tribulations. New episodes arrive in December with each one added to Foxtel on demand.

The Musketeers:

A retelling of the classic tale of the four best soldiers in the King’s regiment committed to upholding justice in the 17th century.

Steve Jobs

A critically acclaimed biopic about one of the most revolutionary tech icons ever known.


Here's the full list of what will be available:

TV:

  • Westworld, Season 1)
  • Insecure, Season 1)
  • Dickensian, Season 1)
  • Australia’s Next Top Model, Season 10)
  • Just for Laugh’s Australia, Season 1-3)
  • The Musketeers, Season 1-3)
  • Home and Away: Revenge
  • Wentworth, Season 1-4)
  • The Great Australian Bake Off, Sseason 1)
  • Mariah’s World, Season 1)

Movies

  • 101 Dalmatians
  • 102 Dalmatians
  • Absolutely Anything
  • Anger Management
  • Annie
  • Anomalisa
  • Balls Of Fury
  • The Bank Job
  • Basic Instinct
  • Batman vs. Robin
  • Batman: Assault On Arkham!
  • Batman: The Killing Joke
  • Best Laid Plans
  • The Big Chill
  • Black Mask
  • Blue Crush
  • Bounce
  • By The Sea
  • The Cable Guy
  • Cape Fear
  • Chain Reaction
  • The Choice
  • Cleanskin
  • The Commitments
  • Concussion
  • The Danish Girl
  • Daughter Of God
  • Deck The Halls
  • The Dictator
  • Donnie Darko (Director's Cut)
  • Dreamgirls
  • Duplex
  • Ella Enchanted
  • Even Lambs Have Teeth
  • Everybody's Fine
  • The Family Stone
  • Final Destination
  • Final Destination 2
  • Final Destination 3
  • Final Destination 5
  • The Final Destination
  • Finding Neverland
  • The Finest Hours
  • Four Holidays
  • Frailty
  • Gangs Of New York
  • Garfield
  • Ghost Rider
  • Gossip
  • Grand Canyon
  • Hitchcock
  • Home Alone
  • I Am Wrath
  • The Incredibles
  • Jackass 3
  • Jackass Number Two
  • Home Alone 2: Lost In New York
  • The Hurricane
  • Jackass: The Movie
  • Jerked
  • Juno
  • Krampus
  • Kung Fu Panda 3
  • Lady And The Tramp
  • The Legend Of Bagger Vance
  • Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events
  • The Mask Of Zorro
  • Material Girls
  • Miracle On 34th Street
  • A Month Of Sundays
  • My Big Fat Greek Wedding
  • My Super Ex-Girlfriend
  • Nina Forever
  • No Reservations
  • The Notebook
  • Ocean's Eleven
  • Ocean's Thirteen
  • Ocean's Twelve
  • Once Upon A Time In America
  • One Hundred And One Dalmatians
  • The Other Side Of The Door
  • Parental Guidance
  • Peter Pan
  • Postcards From The Edge
  • The Pursuit Of Happyness
  • Rat Race
  • Ratatouille
  • Red Planet
  • Ripley's Game
  • The River Wild
  • Room
  • Rumour Has It
  • Santa Buddies
  • Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness
  • See Spot Run
  • Semi-Pro
  • Sherpa
  • Sleepers
  • Snow Buddies
  • Space Buddies
  • Spotlight
  • Steel Magnolias
  • Steve Jobs
  • Tale Of Tales
  • Titanic
  • Unindian
  • Vanilla Sky
  • A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
  • View From The Top
  • Whip It
  • Wolf Creek
  • Zoolander 2

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Comments

    Hi - had both a Stan and Netflix account fairly recently, then cancelled both (were not concurrent). Had Netflix for the longest, around 7 months this year. Interest perked up in a possible membership renewal when I found out today you can download a lot of netflix content to phone and tablet.

    But won't be signing up anytime soon..........

    Netflix must have crunched all the relevant numbers, but in Australia Netflix offers little (in my opinion) once you have been a member for a quite a while. I find it really hard to find a new tv series I like . As for movies - I wouldn't call the monthly updated content at Netflix "fresh". Ok - am now not a netflix member - no need to complain - all are happy - end of story :) BUT if Netflix had better content in Australia, wouldn't more people sign up or rejoin ?
    Back to those "crunchy numbers" :)

      Its a long debate. The summary of this is it would be great if NETFLIX WOULD GET UNIVERSAL. Well, i pay for Netflix subscription as well as PureVPN to access US Netflix from Australia.

      Last edited 03/01/17 8:44 pm

      Agreed to you, Netflix must work on similar content library in every country rather than wasting time and energy on banning people using VPNs to access US library that is not their fault they pay similar to US members and get a relatively short content library as of US. Thats the reason I use ExpressVPN https://goo.gl/8iJZfP which is still working to let me access the US stuff. if Netflix wants me to stop bring the same library to UK as well. period

      Last edited 27/01/17 1:49 am

    In recently testing out various DNS spoofing methods for accessing the US Netflix library I saw first hand how much more stuff is on there than is on the Australian version and oh btw...for the same $$.

    Really now I just want to unsubscribe. My kids watch some crappy tween series or two and I will watch for a week to see something like the Expanse series but then realise that I am going to have to wait what 3 months for something else.

    Think I will get my Mythbox up and running again and just watch recorded FTA.

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