Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video the Week of December 21, 2020

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With Christmas coming this weekend, it’s time to start the week off with some new releases to fill your winter break downtime. Although Netflix doesn’t have much released this week, it’s certainly a case of quality over quantity here. For one, Netflix is gifting us with Ariana Grande’s excuse me, i love you documentary featuring behind the scenes footage from her Sweetener tour in London. The Sweetener World Tour sold 1.3 million tickets worldwide, making it Grande’s highest-grossing global tour to date.

Available Wednesday, stream The Midnight Sky starring George Clooney as a lone scientist in the Arctic races to contact a crew of astronauts returning home to a mysterious global catastrophe. Be sure to have plenty of warm blankets and hot chocolate for this one!

Hulu is gracing us with several Christmas presents this week, including the Season 5 Premiere of The Masked Singer, and Season 9 of its original series Letterkenny. Pitter Patter.

And Amazon Prime Video‘s star of the week is the release of its new film Sylvie’s Love, where the jazz is smooth and the air sultry in the hot New York summer of 1957.

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Here’s what’s new on Netflix this week:

December 21

excuse me, i love you

December 23
The Midnight Sky (Netflix Original movie)

December 25
Bridgerton—Season 1 (Netflix Original series)

Here’s what’s new on Hulu this week:

Dec. 21

NOS4A2 Season 2

Dec. 22

You Cannot Kill David Arquette

Dec. 23

Someone Marry Barry

The Little Hours

Dec. 25

Soldiers of Fortune

Dec. 26

Letterkenny Season 9 (Hulu Original)

Dec. 27

The Masked Singer Season 5 Premiere

American Animals

Here’s everything new on Prime Video this week:

Released December 23

Pawn Sacrifice (2015)
Someone Marry Barry (2017)
The Little Hours (2017)

Released December 25

Sylvie’s Love (Amazon Original Movie)
Soldiers of Fortune (2012)

Released December 27

The House Sitter (2016)

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