Amazon Prime Video: these are the December 2023 releases

From Operation Triumph to Los Farad, Amazon Prime Video comes packed with novelties for this December 2023.

Amazon Prime Video: these are the December 2023 releases
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The Amazon Prime Video releases for December 2023 are now among us. The company has announced the complete list of novelties we can expect during this upcoming and final month of the year. Even though it might not seem like it, it’s quite loaded, so here we go with all the new additions.

Operation Triumph: every Monday

This has a catch, as it started last week, but it’s in December when the legendary Operation Triumph will truly kick off. Every Monday, starting at 10:00 PM, there will be a gala and post-gala with all the usual protagonists. Additionally, on December 25th, there’s a Christmas special with an exclusive gala.

Christmas on Candy Cane Lane, December 1

Eddie Murphy (Chris) stars in this Christmas comedy where a man is on a mission to win the annual neighborhood Christmas decorating contest. After Chris unwittingly strikes a deal with a mischievous elf named Pepper (Jillian Bell) to enhance his chances of winning.

Downton Abbey: A New Era, December 2

The legendary series returns with a sequel to the 2019 movie. In it, the Crawley family and the staff at Downton receive the royal visit of the King and Queen of Great Britain.

¡Salta!, December 5th

Óscar and Teo are two brothers who must confront the loss of their mother in ¡Salta!

Silver and the Book of Dreams, December 8th

When Liv moves to London, she meets a group of boys who take her to a dreamlike world. Her biggest dreams will be granted, but it will require a sacrifice.

Your Christmas or Mine 2, December 8

Can Hayley and James’ relationship survive another turbulent family Christmas? This is the question at the center of “Your Christmas or Mine.” Starring our beloved Asa Butterfield (watch Sex Education, please) and Jane Krakowski.

Dating Santa, December 8

Leo has a divorced mother and wants her new boyfriend to be Santa Claus. Another thing not, but the plot sure is different, huh?

Merry Little Batman, December 8

This is easy and quick: Batman in a tiny version saving Christmas. There’s a lot of excitement to see this family comedy with the classic superhero as the main focus of it all.

Los Farad, December 12

Miguel Herrán, Fernando Tejero, Omar Ayuso, Susana Abaitua, and many others embark on “Los Farad,” an 8-episode series. Oskar is a guy who dreams of starting a gym and, guided by Sara Farad, ends up delving into the fascinating world of the Costa del Sol, its jet set, eccentricities, and geopolitics. This new world opens up to him thanks to the Farad family, offering him a future, albeit with the most unexpected of jobs: that of an arms dealer.

Demon Slayer Season 2: Infinity Train and Entertainment District Arc, December 13

After the incredible success garnered by the first season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Amazon secures the rights to the second season starting from December 13th. It’s set to be one of the big hits in December.

Reacher Season 2, December 15

When retired military police officer Jack Reacher is arrested for a murder he didn’t commit, he finds himself in the midst of a deadly conspiracy filled with corrupt cops, shady businessmen, and intriguing politicians. This is the official synopsis; later, I’ll tell you that you’ll see a lot of action.

Naruto Shippuden Season 6, December 15

The possibly most famous ninja in anime history needs no introduction. Season 6 of Naruto Shippuden will be available mid-month on Amazon. That simple.

Firestarter, December 16

Based on the novel by Stephen King, this movie tells the story of how a young woman obtained a mysterious power: the ability to set things on fire with just her mind.

Perder es ganar un poco, December 22

How much do you want to win? Perhaps success can lead you to ruin without you realizing it.

All the Names of God, December 22

Imagine that after an attack, a man is taken as the sole hostage in the middle of Gran Vía in Madrid. That’s “Todos los nombres de Dios”, starring Luis Tosar as Santi, where he’ll portray a complex role loaded with explosives (literally).

The Marsh King’s Daughter, December 28

Revenge as the key to everything. A man kidnaps a girl’s mother, and she vows to hunt him down. Starring a very familiar face: Daisy Ridley.

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