Netflix Just Added 9 New Movies/TV Shows

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

It’s easy to be appreciative of everything Netflix has added so far this month considering just how much entertainment value has been included. December’s brought such huge titles as the star-filled action thriller Triple 9, classic Adam Sandler comedies 50 First Dates and Little Nicky, underrated Jason Momoa movie Braven and a host of Christmas-related content sure to put you in the holiday spirit, among many other things.

The best part of it all is that there’s still more to come and today marks a very special yet somber drop. Indeed, many of the selections bring with them equal parts happiness and sadness, as they feature beloved celebrities that we’ve had to say goodbye to in the horrible year that’s been 2020. It may be tough to have lost people who touched our lives, but it’s also wonderful to have an opportunity to see them do more of the thing they loved the most.

First off, we’re offered a bit of a tribute to Alex Trebek, who passed from stage 4 pancreatic cancer less than a month ago, as the heaping collection of Jeopardy! episodes added today honor the much adored host’s memory and are sure to be a fun watch for any fans of the long-running game show.

Meanwhile, Chadwick Boseman, who was lost to colon cancer earlier this year, can be seen in his final movie Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Though he’ll likely always be best known for his role as Black Panther in the MCU, the film features a knock out performance from the actor as a trumpeter who plays a big part in an infamous recording session in 1920s Chicago.

For more, here’s everything Netflix added today:

Guest House
Home for Christmas (Season 2)
Jeopardy! Champion Run V
Jeopardy! Champion Run VI
Jeopardy! Teacher’s Tournament
Jeopardy! College Championship
Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Sweet Home

As you can see, you’ve got plenty to keep you busy, but you can nevertheless head over here if you’d like to know what else Netflix has to offer in December. After all, like we said above, there’s still a lot of good stuff on the way.