December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month

December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month

29 Nov 2019 (PT)
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As the calendar year comes to a close, its final month doesn't have quite the sheer number of shows as others usually do. Still, as everyone scrambles to squeeze in as much last-minute viewing for all those end-of-year lists, there are a handful of newish series vying for one last burst of attention before 2020 comes around.

Photo : Disney+

“One Day at Disney” December 3, Disney+

Joining the new service's many self-referential nonfiction projects is this new documentary series centering on Disney employees. Going across the company's various international theme parks, “One Day at Disney” tracks the daily routines of costumed performers, ride technicians, and members of design teams of all kinds — starting with a feature-length film and following up with 52! short-form episodes. And, if you'd rather read about the Mouse employees' many endeavors, a coffee table book of the same name launches December 3, as well.

December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month
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“The Moodys” December 4, Fox

Denis Leary and Elizabeth Perkins play the heads of the title family, reuniting for a tumultuous Christmas celebration. The six-part Fox holiday special is based on an Australian series of the same name and also features Jay Baruchel, Francois Arnaud, and Chelsea Frei.

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“Man vs. Bear” December 4, Discovery

It won't exactly be a series of arm wrestles, but this new reality competition series will feature some more direct showdowns between the two title species than you might expect. With a trio of grizzlies focusing on feats of strength, speed, and ingenuity, it's up to a rotating band of humans to try to match their achievements.

December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month

“Reprisal” December 6, Hulu

Abigail Spencer stars in this modern day neo-noir as a woman who is out to seek vengeance against a criminal gang that abandoned her and left her to die. Rodrigo Santoro and his very impressive beard also co-star in a dark drama from executive producers Josh Corbin who wrote the pilot and Warren Littlefield who's recently served in the same role on “Fargo” and “The Handmaid's Tale”.

December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month
Photo : Apple TV+

“Truth Be Told” December 6, Apple TV+

Based on Kathleen Barber's novel “Are You Sleeping,” this second big post-platform launch series premiere centers on the host of a popular true crime podcast Octavia Spencer who begins to suspect that she may have wrongfully implicated the primary suspect Aaron Paul in a serial murder case. The show's ensemble also features Lizzy Caplan, Elizabeth Perkins, Mekhi Phifer, and Tracie Thoms.

December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month
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“The L Word: Generation Q” December 8, Showtime

Over a decade after the show initially signed off, Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig, and Leisha Hailey return for more stories from a circle of friends trying to navigate life in Los Angeles. The eight-episode series will incorporate other characters from the show's 2004-09 run, while introducing new players as the show moves its setting east.

December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month
Photo : Showtime

“Work in Progress” December 8, Showtime

Faced with her own six-month deadline to find meaning in her life or face self-imposed consequences, Abby co-creator Abby McEnany discovers some unexpected romantic breakthroughs. The pilot first screened as part of the Indie Episodic section earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival.

December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month
Photo : FX

“A Christmas Carol” December 19, FX

Originally conceived as a multi-night limited series event, Steven Knight's interpretation of the classic Dickens story will now air all at once on both FX and the BBC. Following the familiar arcs of the original novel, Ebenezer Scrooge Guy Pearce will be forced to confront his behaviour after being visited by three holiday-themed spirits: The Ghost of Christmas Past Charlotte Riley, The Ghost of Christmas Present Andy Serkis, and The Ghost of Christmas Future Jason Flemyng.

December TV Premieres: New Shows to Look Out For This Month
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“Dare Me” December 29, USA

One of the literary world's master thriller storytellers makes her first attempt at translating that magic to the screen, as Megan Abbott's novel about a cutthroat high-school cheerleading competition slides right in under the 2019 wire. Willa Fitzgerald, Herizen Guardiola, and Marlo Kelly star in the series that boasts a pilot from director Steph Green, who was recently behind the camera for the Looking Glass-centered episode of “Watchmen.”

Source: Indiewire

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