Home Film New Arrivals for Hulu December 2020

New Arrivals for Hulu December 2020

by Dakota Wheeler
Nicole Kidman laying in bed as seen in Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut coming to Hulu this December.

It’s December, the last month of 2020. It’s been a tough year for us all, and I’m sure we’re eager to wrap this year up with a pretty bow and toss it right into the fireplace. But before we can do that, Hulu’s got new and exciting content headed for December. It’s Christmas time and that means a time full of love, snow (hopefully), Santa Claus, Christmas trees, lights, and most importantly, Tom Cruise infiltrating a sex cult. That’s right folks, Stanley Kubrick’s last feature film Eyes Wide Shut is coming to Hulu December 1st. The film is set at Christmas and follows Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman as they play a married couple who go through a rough patch in their relationship, and what follows is one of Kubrick’s best. Definitely check it out this Holiday Season.

The holidays can be a tough time for many, and those who don’t particularly enjoy celebrating may turn their heads away from holiday-oriented films. If that’s the case then don’t worry because Hulu has a lot of great non-holiday related movies coming in December. Noticeably, the biggest titles are The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Three of the biggest films to ever release, filled with fantastical characters and a ton of heart for those who want something grand, but human at the same time. The Fifth Element and Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties are two sci-fi adventures for those who want their dose of space action and lasagna eating ASMR.

Check out the full list of titles joining Hulu in December 2020 and more of our recommendations below. See what’s also coming to HBO Max and Disney+!

Our Recs:

The Hardy Boys

When ‘The Hardy Boys’ Frank and Joe arrive in Bridgeport after a family tragedy, the duo take it upon themselves to start an investigation in this small town and uncover something sinister. This dark and gritty reboot of the famous children’s book series stars Alexander Elliot, Rohan Campbell, Jennifer Hsiung, Keana Lyn, and more. The Hardy Boys releases exclusively on Hulu December 4th.

Letterkenny

After a long wait, the beloved series returns. First premiering in 2016, Letterkenny quickly became beloved by fans for its sharp humor and big heart. The show follows the lives of citizens in Letterkenny, Ontario, which hosts a colorful cast of skids, country bumpkins, and jock hockey players. The comedy series stars Jared Keeso, Nathan Dales, K. Trevor Wilson, and Michelle Mylett. Season 9 exclusively hits Hulu on December 26.

Hulu’s Arrivals for December 2020

Coming December 1

CMA Country Christmas: Special (ABC)

Disney Holiday Singalong: Special (ABC)

Lupin the 3rd Part 5: Complete season 1 (Dubbed & Subbed) (TMS)

30 Days of Night

50 First Dates

About Last Night

Angels & Demons

Any Given Sunday

Black Dynamite

Body of Evidence

Cake

Charolette’s Web

Cliffhanger

Con Air

Diary of A Mad Black Woman

Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist

Dr. No

Dragonball: Evolution

Euphoria

Eyes Wide Shut

Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties

Goldeneye

Goldfinger

Hemingway’s Garden of Eden

Here on Earth

Hot Air

Into the Blue

Love Potion No.9

Our Family Wedding

Sands of Iwo Jima

Shrink

Sleeping with the Enemy

Southside With You

Strategic Air Command

Sunshine

The 6th Day

The Chumscrubber

The Client

The Color Money

The Da Vinci Code

The Fifth Element

The Hand that Rocks the Cradle

The Hulk

The Hurt Locker

The January Man

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

The November Man

The Spy Who Loved Me

The Young Victoria

True Confessions

Two Weeks

Under the Tuscan Sun

Why Did I Get Married?

Coming December 4

The Hardy Boys: Season 1

Brassic: Season 2

Deutschland 89: Season 1

My Hero Academia: Complete Season 4 (Dubbed)

She Dies Tomorrow

Coming December 5

Black Ops

God’s Own Country

It Had To Be You

Mr. Jones

Waiting For The Barbrians

Coming December 6

How To Fake A War

The Secret Garden

Coming December 7

Valley Girl

Coming December 8

Nurses: Series Pemiere

The Fairy Princess and the Unicorn

Coming December 10

Dr. Suess’ The Grinch Musical!

Out Stealing Horses

Coming December 11

Madagascar: A Little Wild: Season 2

Rent-A-Pal

Spy Cat

Coming December 12

Endless

Coming December 15

Dirt Music

Hitman: Agent 47

Coming December 16

Amy Winehouse: A Final Goodbye

Coming December 18

The Hero

Coming December 21

NOS4A2: Season 2

Coming December 22

You Cannot Kill David Arquette

Coming December 23

Someone Marry Barry

The Little Hours

Coming December 25

Soldiers of Fortune

Coming December 26

Letterkenny: Season 9

Coming December 27

The Masked Singer: Season 5

American Animals

Coming December 28

Hope Gap

Our Idiot Brother

Coming December 31

Leaving Hulu in December

As always every month, streaming services seemingly give as much as they take away. This December is no different as Hulu has a lot of good content heading out the door by the end of the month. So here are some recommendations for what you should watch before it’s gone. Starting off with a classic that has its own cult following, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a musical unlike any other. Full of insane and visually wonder-filled characters, it’s sure to either make you a fan or leave you with a confused expression on your face. If you want something a little more moody, then Interview with the Vampire is a horror classic. Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise both playing Vampires from the 1800s in a tale about their adventures and horrors throughout their many years of life. Just as fast as they add it, they take it away. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is being added to Hulu on December 1st, and it leaves on the 31st just as quickly as it got here, so make sure to catch it if you haven’t dived in before. Some other classic films leaving are the Bourne trilogy, in case you’re having a desire to see some great action flicks. Martin Scorsese’s Raging Bull is an all-timer and one of De Niro’s best performances, an absolute must-watch.

Leaving December 8

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do The Time Warp Again

Leaving December 14

Baby…Secret Of The Lost Legend

Leaving December 16

The Good Shepard

Leaving December 31

30 Days of Night

A Beautiful Mind

A Nanny For Christmas

A View to a Kill

About Last Night

Aeon Flux

Alien Nation

Anti-Trust

Antwone Fisher

Any Given Sunday

Back to School

Barbershop

Black Dynamite

Blood Ties

Broadcast News

Cliffhanger

Crimson Tide

Diamonds Are Forever

Diary of A Mad Black Woman

Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist

Dr.No

Drugstore Cowboy

Flashback

For Your Eyes Only

From Russia with Love

Goldeneye

Goldfinger

Good Hair

Grizzly Man

House of 1000 Corpses

I Spy

Ice Age: The Meltdown

Interview With the Vampire

Into the Blue

Joe

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

Kicking & Screaming

Kiss the Girls

Knocked Up

License to Kill

Little Giants

Live and Let Die

Lord of War

Lost in Space

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

March of he Penguins

Moonraker

Mr. Majestyk

Mud

My Bloody Valentine

Not Another Teen Movie

Nurse 3D

Octopussy

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Pacific Heights

Platoon

Raging Bull

Ronin

Senorita Justice

Sleeping with the Enemy

Slow Burn

Some Kind of Wonderful

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Star Trek: Insurrection

Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street

Thanks for Sharing

The 6th Day

The Bourne Identity

The Bourne Supremacy

The Bourne Ultimatum

The Client

The Color of Money

The Do-Deca_Penthalon

The End of Violence

The Express

The Hand that Rocks the Cradle

The Hulk

The Kingdom of Heaven

The Living Daylights

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Man with the Golden Gun

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

The Net

The Saint

The Spy Who Loved Me

The Weather Man

The World is Not Enough

The Young Victoria

This Christmas

Thunderball

Tomorrow Never Dies

Under the Tuscan Sun

Wanted

Why Did I Get Married

Wild Hogs

Wild Things

William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet

Working Girl

You Only Live Twice

Check out what’s also coming to the following streaming services throughout December:

Follow writer Dakota Wheeler on Twitter: @superduperkoter

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: