As the year winds down and the weather gets colder, there's no better time to snuggle up on the couch and watch hours upon hours of Netflix shows and movies. Netflix Canada's December 2019 new releases have been announced and you won't be disappointed. We've got you covered with everything you need to know.\nEven though these shows and movies are being released in December and during the holiday season, there's stuff for everyone to enjoy regardless of whether you're already in holiday mode.\nHere are 11 shows and movies coming to Netflix Canada in December 2019 that you have to watch.\nA Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby\nPremiere date: December 5\nWhy you should watch it: The third film in the A Christmas Prince series is all about a royal baby, a 600-year-old treaty, and a curse. Plus, Christmas! This cheesy rom-com will definitely get you in the holiday spirit.\nTiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah\nPremiere date: December 3\nWhy you should watch it: This comedy special is definitely one to watch as Tiffany Haddish gets in touch with her Jewish roots, shares about her life journey, talks about a jumpsuit gifted by Beyoncé, and more in the almost-hour-long special. And to make the special even more special, it drops on Haddish's 40th birthday, so watching it will be a nice birthday gift for her.\nNetflix Canada\nYou (Season 2)\nPremiere date: December 26\nWhy you should watch it: After a whirlwind, dramatic, and thrilling first season, Joe Goldberg is laying low in LA and hiding from his ex. Tune in to see if he can get a fresh start or falls back into his old, creepy ways.\nView this post on Instagram Meet your match. YOU S2 December 26. A post shared by YOU (@younetflix) on Nov 11, 2019 at 11:01am PST\nThe Shape of Water\nPremiere date: December 1\nWhy you should watch it: This film won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2017 but if that accolade isn't enough to get you interested in watching it once it's added to Netflix, there's an awesome Canadian connection. Filming took place in Toronto and Hamilton, Ontario back in 2016.\nThe Confession Killer\nPremiere date: December 6\nWhy you should watch it: Henry Lee Lucas confessed to more than 100 murders and is known as America’s most prolific serial killer but this Netflix documentary looks at whether he was actually guilty or if it was all just a hoax. You'll be on the edge of your seat.\nPet Sematary\nPremiere date: December 20\nWhy you should watch it: If you love to get scared, you'll love this film based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. Plus, there's another Canadian connection here with filming for Pet Sematary having taken place in Quebec.\nSuits (Final season)\nPremiere date: December 31\nWhy you should watch it: It's time to say goodbye to your favourite lawyers from Suits. The show was filmed in Toronto for all nine seasons and with the end of the show finally here, we'll miss all those shots of Toronto pretending to be New York City.\n6 Underground\nPremiere date: December 13\nWhy you should watch it: Ryan Reynolds. Need more? Six "untraceable agents" are completely off the grid and have left behind their pasts to change the future. Plus they travel all around the world so you have awesome action sequences and beautiful scenery.\nRuPaul's Drag Race Holi-Slay Spectacular\nPremiere date: December 8\nWhy you should watch it: This holiday special features eight drag queens looking to be RuPaul's Christmas Queen. Christmas and drag queens are the holiday combo we never knew we needed.\nTitanic\nPremiere date: December 1\nWhy you should watch it: It's the Titanic. Do you really need a reason to watch this Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio classic?\nHome For Christmas\nPremiere date: December 5\nWhy you should watch it: Ever been hounded by your family over the holidays (or really any time of the year) about your relationship status? You'll definitely relate to this new Netflix film about a perpetually single woman's hunt for a partner to bring home for Christmas.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.