Thanks to AlloCiné, discover the films and series that will be released on Netflix between December 31 and January 6.
The must-have of the week!
Plan Coeur season 3: As their friendship falters due to a secret affair, Elsa, Charlotte, and Snowy each face dizzying challenges and crucial decisions. For its final season, the French Netflix series does not hesitate to put comedy aside to tackle difficult subjects such as abortion and cancer. Zita Hanrot, Sabrina Ouazani and Joséphine Draï leave with honors.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31
Do not go away: It is an adaptation of the eponymous novel by Harlan Coben released in 2012. On the program, a clever cocktail of twisted intrigues, rose water dramas and surprising revelations. The series is worn by Richard Armitage.
Cobra Kai season 4: Thirty years after the tournament which changed their lives, Johnny and Daniel see their rivalry rekindled in this sequel to the “Karate Kid” saga. And it’s a nice end-of-year gift that Netflix is offering its subscribers with this brand new season.
The Lost Daughter: A woman’s peaceful seaside vacation is spoiled when her obsession with a young mother staying in a nearby villa awakens a painful past. Here actress Maggie Gyllenhaal directs Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson, more breathtaking than ever.
Seal Team a team of seals! : A fearless seal named Quinn makes up a squad of disparate recruits. Their mission? Challenge ruthless sharks with sharp teeth and reclaim the high seas.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 1
I Feel Good (catalog): The duo Delépine / Kervern directs a Jean Dujardin invested in this strange and subversive comedy released in 2018.
A Star Is Born (catalog): A remake of a remake, this musical saw singer Lady Gaga be nominated for an Oscar alongside Bradley Cooper.
The exchange (catalog): This staple of Clint Eastwood‘s filmography still left empty-handed at the 2009 Oscars where Angelina Jolie was nominated in the Best Actress category.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 2
Proud Mary (catalog): Taraji P. Henson (Empire) plays the hitman in this high-powered action flick.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5
Four halves: This rom-com shakes up the concept of soul mates with side storylines featuring four single friends in different couple setups.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 6
The Club: Part 2: The origins of Matilda’s guilt come to light when her past resurfaces. Raşel and İsmet find themselves stranded as violence lurks in Istanbul.
Recluse: The peaceful lives of family members isolated from the rest of society are turned upside down by a terrifying creature who tests the bonds between them.
It’s already available and not to be missed
The Girl from Oslo: A young Norwegian, Pia, is kidnapped in the Sinai desert with two Israelis. The kidnappers have a simple request: 12 prisoners must be released in Israel and one in Norway; otherwise, they will kill the hostages. As the authorities are slow to react, Alex, Pia’s mother, who has had contacts in the Middle East since the days when she was working on the 1993 Oslo Accords, decides to act … will hold in suspense.
Death to 2021: We end the year with the sequel to the Netflix mockumentary, which offers us a humorous retrospective of 2021. Hugh Grant, Lisa Kudrow, Joe Keery and Samuel L. Jackson are back, to our greatest pleasure.