By Mike Murphy
Get ready for a new season of the spy thriller ‘Jack Ryan,’ the wealthy family drama ‘Riches’ and much more
Amazon’s Prime Video has a loaded lineup for the holidays, including the return of one of its biggest shows.
That would be Season 3 of "Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan" (Dec. 21), the the spy thriller starring John Krasinski, which is back after a three-year layoff. The new season sees Jack in a "Mission: Impossible"-type situation, wrongly accused of treason and on the run from his own government as he tries to clear his name and stop a global conspiracy.
Other notable new series include "Riches" (Dec. 2), a British drama about infighting within a wealthy Black family, starring Deborah Ayorinde and Hugh Quarshie; "Three Pines" (Dec. 2), a Quebec-set mystery starring Alfred Molina, based on Louise Penny’s "Chief Inspector Gamache" series of novels; and the fantastical cooking competition "Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge" (Dec. 13).
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Amazon’s (AMZN) streaming service also has "Nanny" (Dec. 16), a horror movie about an undocumented nanny haunted by her past, which won the Sundance Film Festival’s Dramatic Grand Gury Prize; the star-crossed rom-com "Your Christmas Or Mine?" (Dec. 2); and a crop of movies that includes "La La Land," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "Saturday Night Fever" and "The Muppets Take Manhattan" (all Dec. 1).
Prime Video is also adding all 12 seasons of the groundbreaking ’90s cop show "NYPD Blue" (Dec. 1) and all five seasons of the spy comedy "Chuck" (Dec. 30).
Here’s the complete list of what’s on tap for December, as of Nov. 20 (release dates are subject to change):
What’s coming to Amazon’s Prime Video in December 2022
Date TBACoach Prime (2022)
Dec. 1Breaking News, Season 2 (2022)NYPD Blue, Seasons 1-12 (1994)2 Days in New York (2012)Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995)All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1996)Basic Instinct (1992)Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction (2006)Capote (2005)Case 39 (2010)Cloverfield (2008)Dead Again (2001)Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988)Eat Pray Love (2010)Eight Men Out (1988)Elizabethtown (2005)Escape from L.A. (1996)Head of State (2003)Heist (2015)Hotel Transylvania (2012)I Wish (2011)Igby Goes Down (2002)Kingpin (1996)Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)Letters to Juliet (2010)Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994)Muppets From Space (1999)Never Back Down (2008)Nine Lives (2016)Ordinary People (1980)Paper Moon (1973)Paranormal Activity (2009)Pet Sematary (1989)Push (2009)Saturday Night Fever (1977)Superbad (2007)The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)The Cave (2005)The Day After Tomorrow (2004)The Doors (1991)The Honeymooners (2005)The Man in the Iron Mask (1998)The Manchurian Candidate (2004)The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984)The Proposal (2009)The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)The Quiet Man (1952)The Ring (2002)The Smurfs (2011)The Smurfs 2 (2013)The Vow (2012)Thelma & Louise (1991)Thief (1981)To Catch a Thief (1955)Tower Heist (2011)True Grit (1969)Walking Tall (2004)Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)Zoolander (2001)Zoolander No. 2: The Magnum Edition (2016)
Dec. 2Riches (2022)
Three Pines (2022)
Your Christmas or Mine? (2022)
Dec. 3A Unicorn for Christmas (2022)
Dec. 5Celeste and Jesse Forever (2012)
Dec. 6A Lot Like Christmas (2021)
Dec. 8La La Land (2016)The Bad Guy (2022)
Dec. 9Hawa (2022)Something From Tiffany’s (2022)
The Three Wise Men vs Santa (2022)
Dec. 10The Shack (2017)
Dec. 13Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge (2022)
The Black Phone (2022)Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)
Dec. 16LOL: Last One Laughing Mexico, Season 5 (2022)About Fate (2022)Nanny (2022)
Unexpectedly Expecting (2021)
Dec. 20When Hope Calls Christmas (2022)
Dec. 21Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Season 3 (2022)
Dec. 29Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank (2022)
Dec. 30Chuck, Seasons 1-5 (2008)Justice League Action, Season 1 (2018)Teen Titans, Seasons 1-5 (2003)The Mysteries of Laura, Seasons 1-2 (2015)Trial & Error, Seasons 1-2 (2017)Wildcat (2022)
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