Netflix Adding 15 New Titles This Week

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Netflix this week plans to add 15 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including 10 originals.

The new titles for the week will include Bright (pictured above), a Netflix original movie starring Will Smith as a futuristic Los Angeles cop who must battle both real and mythical creatures; season three of Fuller House, the Netflix original reboot of the 1980s ABC sitcom; Dope, a Netflix original documentary which examines the war on drugs from the perspective of the dealers and users as well as the cops; and season one of The Indian Detective, a comedy/drama starring Russell Peters as a Toronto police detective who’s call into a murder investigation in Mumbai while visiting his father.

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Also notable: Season four of Peaky Blinders, the British-made drama based on the real life crime gang that ruled Birmingham, England after World War I.  (Note: Netflix has the exclusive rights to air season four in the U.S. so it calls it a ‘Netflix original.’ However, the show first aired in Great Britain on the BBC.)

Here is the complete list of new TV shows and movies coming this week to Netflix:

December 18
Hello, My Twenties!: Season 2 (Netflix original)

December 19
Miss Me This Christmas
Russell Howard: Recalibrate (Netflix original)
The Indian Detective: Season 1 (Netflix original)
You Can’t Fight Christmas

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December 20
La Casa de Papel: Season 1 (Netflix original)

December 21
Peaky Blinders: Season 4 (Netflix original)

December 22
72 Dangerous Animals: Latin America: Season 1 (Netflix original)
Bright (Netflix original)
Dope: Season 1 (Netflix original)
Fuller House: Season 3, New Episodes (Netflix original)
Rosario Tijeras: Season 1
The Toys That Made Us: Season 1 (Netflix original)

December 23
Creep 2
Myths & Monsters: Season 1

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— Phillip Swann

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