By Aubéry Mallet Journalist Series, cinema, TV Aubéry Mallet is a journalist specializing in series. A fan of the small screen, she has seen everything (or almost) from Game of Thrones to Pretty Little Liars, from The Bridgerton Chronicle to Stranger Things via Gossip Girl or Friends. December has begun. It's obviously the season of plaids, gifts galore and family dinners that last three hours. But fortunately, between two parties, there will also be series to entertain us. Here is our top 10 series to watch for a great end to 2022.
Alice in Borderland season 2
You were amazed in front of Squid Game? Frankly, the South Korean series that has been a hit all over the world is nothing compared to Alice in Borderland whose season 2 finally arrives after two years of waiting. If you haven't seen it, this Japanese series follows a group of friends who find themselves immersed in the heart of a deadly game. To survive, they are forced to participate in more dangerous games than each other, risking their lives. Violent and addictive, the series based on a graphic novel is a must-see.
Release date: December 22 on Netflix.
Emily in Paris season 3
The clichés come back stronger than ever in season 3 of Emily in Paris! A year after her arrival in France – and while she is still struggling in the language of Molière – Emily will have to make choices, both in her professional life and in her personal life. The galleys will therefore always be there for the most Parisian of Americans.
Release date: December 21 on Netflix.
Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin
No need that a series is finished for a long time to be entitled to a reboot. Five years after the end of Pretty Little Liars, it's the spin-off Pretty Little Liars: Original Sinwho finally arrives in France. This time, go to Millwood where the tragic death of a teenager, 20 years ago, will awaken old demons. New little liars who have a lot to hide will stick together to try to escape the terrible A.
Release date: December 1st on Prime Video.
Sissi season 2
If you're a Sissi fan, you're getting a double dose this year. After The Empress on Netflix, it's season 2 of Sissi who arrives in France, a year after the broadcast of season 1 on TF1. The very sexy version of the cult's story returns with a sequel that could be centered on the motherhood of the sovereign.
Release date: in December on Salto.
His Dark Materials season 3
The story is coming to an end… After a failed film adaptation, the trilogy At the crossroads of worldsby Philip Pullman were entitled to a series, His Dark Materials, which ends with its season 3. Normal since a season adapts a novel of the story. Kidnapped by her mother, Lyra will have to do everything to fight to survive.
Release date: from December 6 in US+24 on OCS.
< em>Un, dos, tres the complete collection
Ultra cult series, Un, dos, treswill soon be entitled to a new season with many returns to the program. To prepare as it should, Salto invites us to immerse ourselves in the heart of the Academy of Carmen Arranz. And in addition to the complete series, the platform also offers Historias des UPA, the short stories that serve as a prologue to the new season. We can't wait!
Release date: December 2 on Salto.
No, it's not just Marvel series or Star Wars series on Disney+. The platform will soon offer The Patient, worn by Steve Carell and Domhnall Gleeson. The miniseries tells the story of Alan Strauss, a therapist, who is held hostage by Sam Fortner, one of his patients who is also a serial killer.
Release date< /strong>: from December 14 on Disney+.
The NCIS franchise is still growing. After the original series then NCIS Los Angeles or even NCIS: New Orleans which ended, it is NCIS: Hawai'i which arrives in France, while its season 2 is currently airing in the US. As its name suggests, the action takes place in Hawaii with a new team led by Jane Tennant, the first female special agent in charge of the section on the island. Vanessa Lachey is in the lead role.
Release date: December 2 on Salto.
The Witcher: Legacy of Blood
Season 3 of The Witcher is long overdue and since we learned of Henry Cavill's departure, we haven't is more very hot for the continuation. In any case, the series is entitled to its frankness since after the animated film, it is a prequel which arrives. The Witcher: Blood Origin (The Witcher: Blood Origin in VO) takes place 1200 years before the adventures of Geralt of Rivia and recounts the birth of the first Witcher.
Release date: December 25th on Netflix.
This is one of best superhero series of the moment. Launched in the US in early 2022, Peacemaker is finally coming to France thanks to Prime Video. The series follows the character of the same name, seen in the movie The Suicide Squad. While we believed in his death, he will be forcibly recruited by Amanda Waller for a very special mission.
Release date: December 30 on Prime Video.