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New on Amazon Prime in December 2022

You wanted more content and Amazon Prime Video delivered. The big, bald supervillain himself, Jeff Bezos stands in front of another buffet of binge-worthy content primed to take over your weekend and rule your living room for the next 30 days. Loaded with movies, series, documentaries and a few fan favourites releases, the streaming schedule for December is a mixed bag of good and interesting. From John Krasinski’s surprising badass Jack Ryan to whatever the Dr Seuss Baking Challenge is, the streaming service isn’t afraid to through a few darts at the map and neither should you. Here’s what is coming to Amazon Prime Video Australia in December 2022.

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Best New Series on Amazon Prime

The whole reason we come to the streamer in the first place, new Amazon Prime Video series launches are pure gold. This month, we’ve got a whole host of strange new releases, headlined by one major all-out action adventure. Here are the best new series coming to Amazon Prime Video in December 2022.

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: Season 3

Big sexy John Krasinski is returning for season three of the unexpected hit Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan. The new instalment of the all-out action smash sees Ryan working as a CIA case officer in Rome, taking in the sights and (presumably) smashing a few pizza pies at the same time. However, his Mediterranean jaunt is cut short when he is tipped off that the Sokol Project, a secret plan to restore the Soviet Empire, is being resurrected more than 50 years after it was thought to have been shut down.

From here, Jack is forced to embark on a mission to confirm the intelligence, but as they have a habit of doing, things quickly go awry. Wrongly implicated in a larger conspiracy, accused of treason, with a Red Notice out for his arrest, Jack is forced to run from his own government in a death-defying chase across Europe. Pew-pew.

Release Date: December 21

Three Pines

Now, this is one we’re actually excited by. Legend of the screen, Alfred Molina returns in this stunning adaptation of Louise Penny’s New York Times best-selling series. In Three Pines, Chief Inspector Armand Gamache investigates an assortment of increasingly bizarre cases that happen beneath the idyllic surface of the Quebec village of Three Pines. Molina plays the empathetic and astute detective, who in the course of uncovering the town’s long-buried secrets, winds up facing a few of his own.

Three Pines hinges on a number of mysterious murders, whihc have the town on a knife’s edge, however, Gamache can’t help but find himself oddly drawn to the unusual place. The deeper Gamache delves into the secret lives of these people who have found sanctuary from the outside world in Three Pines, the more it affects him.

Release Date: December 2

Dr Seuss Baking Challenge

There’s a steak in my cake? A sausage in my porridge? A wookiee in my cookie? Whatever disgusting meals you’re envisioning, this series will deliver. Amazon Prime’s new Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge sees some of America’s best bakers step into the world of the fable children’s author. Tackling titles from The Grinch to The Cat in the Hat, contestants’ bakers will be tasked with creating jaw-dropping creations inspired by beloved Dr. Seuss characters.

This new baking series is hosted by actress, producer and Emmy-award winner Tamera Mowry-Housley, in each episode bakers will be given a challenge based on Seuss characters and stories. Once completed, these horrifying examples of ingenuity will be judged by critically acclaimed pastry chef, Clarice Lam and accomplished cake designer and pastry chef, Joshua John Russell.

Release Date: December 13


What happens if Gossip Girl was set in England? Well, we’re about to find out. Riches follows the stylish, privileged, super-successful Richards family as they attempt to survive the immense burden of wealth. However, when Stephen Richards (Hugh Quarshie) passes suddenly, the family’s world comes crashing down. As his business hangs in the balance, his different sets of children are about to collide as they vie for control.

Release Date: December 2

Best New Movies on Amazon Prime Video

While the quality of Amazon Prime Video films is a bit up and down, this month, the streamer has thrown its weight behind a few major releases. Sundance-winning horror flick Nanny makes its way on the streamer this month, while any number of cringe-worthy Christmas films also descend upon us. Here are the best new movies on Amazon Prime this month.


It takes a fair horror flick to score nods at Sundance, but that’s exactly what Nanny has done. The psychological horror follows, Aisha (Anna Diop), a woman who recently emigrated from Senegal, who is hired to care for the daughter of an affluent couple (Michelle Monaghan and Morgan Spector). Set to the iconic backdrop of New York City, the series takes a dark turn when Aisha’s tragic backstory is revealed.

Haunted by the absence of the young son she left behind, she hopes her new job will afford her the chance to bring him to the U.S., but becomes increasingly unsettled by the family’s volatile home life. As things start to travel on, a violent presence begins to invade both her dreams and her reality, threatening the American dream she is painstakingly piecing together.

Release Date: December 16

About Fate

Look, not every rom-com is good and this one is borderline, at best. Emma Roberts and Thomas Mann star in this new flick that feels a little problematic. With Christmas in her taillights, Margot (Roberts) is convinced her drop-dead-gorgeous (and narcissist supreme) boyfriend of three months is about to pop the question, but as fate would have it, someone steals her moment. At the same restaurant, at the very same time, Griffin Reed (Mann) is planning to propose to the woman of his dreams, online influencer and local model, Clementine. Of course, the sh*t hits the fan and both plans get absolutely derailed, leaving Margot and Griffin alone, vulnerable and horny (I guess, I don’t know).

Release Date: December 16

Something From Tiffany’s

Another rom-com set in New York City with a Christmas backdrop, Something From Tiffany’s is pretty much exactly what you think it’s going to be. Tow couples, completely different in nature are thrown into a blender of love and emotions right around the holiday period in a situation that is incredibly hard to believe.

Take, Rachel and Gary (Zoey Deutch, Ray Nicholson) a happy enough couple, and smash them with Ethan and Vanessa (Kendrick Smith Sampson, Shay Mitchell), the perfect picture, and you’ve got an awkward love foursome of truly epic proportions. Who will end up with who? We can all probably guess.

Release Date: December 9

Your Christmas or Mine?

I’m not sure what debts Sex Education star Asa Butterfield has to pay off, but surely he could aim a little higher than this. A Christmas themed rom-com that feels like every other Christmas themed rom-com ever made, Your Christmas or Mine? lands on Amazon Prime just in time for the holiday period. Here, we see young couple Hayley and James forced to say goodbye for Christmas at a London train station. Cue the ugly crying faces and train platform runs.

In response, James makes the split-second decision to swap trains and surprise Hayley, the only problem being – she’s done the exact same thing. Instead, Hayley arrives at a vast mansion in a small village in the Gloucester countryside where Christmas is more or less banned, while James finds himself in Macclesfielddripping in Christmas cheer. Of course, a massive snowstorm hits, leaving the star-crossed lovers are trapped at the most manic time of the year. How tragic.

Release Date: December 2

New Documentaries on Amazon Prime

This month, Amazon Prime Video has shied away from the documentary side of things, only releasing two, however, they’re both arguably more interesting than the film and TV titles. Here are the best new documentaries coming to Amazon Prime in December 2022.


No jungle cats in the bathroom, just one tatted-up nature dude and his love of animals. Wildcat follows the “emotional and inspiring” story of a young veteran on his journey into the Amazon, where he meets a young woman running a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre. After witnessing the work first-hand, he suddenly finds new meaning as he is entrusted with the life of an orphaned baby ocelot.

Release Date: December 30

Lee Kernaghan: Boy From The Bush

Country music star, former Australian of the Year and big fan of showing a little too much chest hair, Lee Kernaghan hits the small screen this month with Boy From the Bush. Partly based on Kernaghan’s 2016 autobiography, the part concert film, part road documentary combines the stunning landscapes, remarkable people and amazing stories that have inspired this much-loved Australian Country singer over many years.

Release Date: December 31

Everything Coming to Amazon Prime Video in December 2022

With all the best movies, series and documentaries Amazon Prime Video has to offer delved into, it’s time to put the whole schedule on display. Here is everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in December 2022 for your viewing pleasure.

  • Black Adam:  5/12/2022
  • Bros: 13/12/2022
  • The Woman King: 13/12/2022
  • Seriously Red: 22/12/22
  • Moonlight: 1/12/22
  • Your Christmas Or Mine: 2/12/22
  • Three Pines S1: 2/12/22
  • Riches S1: 2/12/22
  • Firestarter (2022): 3/12/22
  • Father Stu: 3/12/22
  • Something From Tiffany’s: 9/12/22
  • Operation Mincemeat: 9/12/22
  • He’s Just Not That Into You: 12/12/22
  • Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge S1: 13/12/22
  • Nanny: 16/12/222
  • About Fate: 16/12/22
  • Law Abiding Citizen: 19/12/221
  • Everything Everywhere All At Once: 20/12/22
  • Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan Season Three: 21/12/22
  • Logan Lucky: 22/12/22
  • Baywatch: 28/12/22
  • Island S1: 30/12/22
  • Wildcat: 30/12/22
  • Lee Kernaghan: Boy From The Bush: 31/12/22

General FAQs

What new movies are coming to Amazon Prime Video in December 2022?

There are a number of new films coming to Amazon Prime Video in December 2022. These include: Black Adam, Bros, The Woman King, Seriously Red, Moonlight, Firestarted, Father Stu, About Fate, Everything Everywhere All At Once and Law Abiding Citizen

What new series are coming to Amazon Prime Video in December 2022?

Known for its originals, Amazon Prime Video is home to some great series. In December 2022, Amazon Prime Video is adding: Three Pines, Riches, Tom Clancy's jack Ryan season three and Island.

What new documentaries are coming to Amazon Prime Video in December 2022?

There are only a few new documentaries coming to Amazon Prime Video in December. These are: Wildcat and Lee Kernaghan: Boy from the Bush.

Nick Hall

Nick Hall

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