December sees the return of Jack Ryan and the arrival of several perfect festive films on Prime Video.

On December 21st, the third season of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan hits the streaming platform. John Krasinski is back as the titular CIA agent, with the action thriller following Jack’s attempts to stop several tumultuous conflict from leading to global catastrophe.

Season three – like the two seasons that preceded it – will run for eight episodes, with a fourth season of non-stop political action already confirmed to be on the way.

On the festive front, Your Christmas or Mine? could be the ideal romcom for a cosy winter night in. Asa Butterfield and Cora Kirk are a couple in a kerfuffle: after saying goodbye for Christmas at a London train station, each makes the sudden decision to swap trains in order to surprise each other, unaware they have just swapped destinations for the holidays.

There’s also Something From Tiffany’s, based on the novel of the same name by Melissa Hill. The romcom stars Zoey Deutch as a woman who receives an engagement ring meant for someone else, which ultimately leads her to the person she’s supposed to end up with. Sometimes the unexpected of mixups can lead to great things.

Check out the full December lineup below.

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December 1st


December 2nd

Your Christmas or Mine?
Three Pines (Season 1)
Riches (Season 1)

December 3rd

Firestarter (2022)
Father Stu

December 9th

Something From Tiffany’s
Operation Mincemeat

December 12th

He’s Just Not That Into You

December 13th

Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge

December 16th

About Fate

December 19th

Law Abiding Citizen

December 20th

Everything Everywhere All At Once

December 21st

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (Season 3)

December 22nd

Logan Lucky

December 28th


December 30th

Island (Season 1)

December 31st

Lee Kernaghan: Boy From the Bush

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