December 2: “The Last Chance”
“A Last Chance” tells the story of Candela (Aitana Ocaña), a young woman who works at a logistics company and is chasing her dream of becoming a singer. Her life changes when Fede Ariza, an important producer for a record company, hears her singing in a bar. That same night, Candela meets Diego (Miguel Bernardeau), an old high school classmate who is struggling to become a professional boxer. In their story, both will learn to overcome disappointment, illusion, love and friendship.
December 7: “LEGACY: THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE LAKERS”
“Legacy: The True Story of the Lakers,” this 10-episode documentary series about the legendary basketball team produced by Lakers Executive Director and Majority Owner Jeanie Buss and directed by Emmy® Award winner Antoine Fuqua, captures the remarkable rise and the unprecedented success of one of the most dominant and iconic sports franchises in professional sports. Through exclusive access to the Buss family and revealing interviews with players, coaches and executives, this documentary series tells the extraordinary story of this sporting empire from the inside, as told by the people who lived it.
December 14: “THE HANDMAID’S TALE” – Seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4
The drama based on Margaret Atwood’s acclaimed novel of the same name, “The Handmaid’s Tale”, is the story of the dystopia of Gilead, a theocracy where the few fertile women left in the world are treated like breeding animals by authoritarian leaders. One of them is June Osborne (Emmy® and Golden Globe® award winner Elisabeth Moss), who narrates the story, a young woman who, under this new regime, was separated from her family and forced to live as a servant, with her new name Offred, at the home of one of the regime’s commanders, Fred Waterford (Joseph Fiennes) and his wife Serena Joy (Yvonne Strahovski).
December 21: “American Dad!”
“American Dad!” revolves around super-patriotic CIA agent Stan Smith (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) and the misadventures of his unconventional family in Langley Falls, Virginia. Stan applies the same drastic measures to his home life as he does to his work at the CIA, and his know-nothing wife Francine (Wendy Schaal) has an unshakable loyalty that makes her blind to his arrogance. His left-wing activist daughter Hayley (Rachael MacFarlane), however, doesn’t let up, and knows exactly how to piss off her dad. Hayley’s brother is Steve (Scott Grimes), an overconfident nerd who spends his time playing video games and is obsessed with the opposite sex. The Smith cabinet also has two unconventional members: Roger (MacFarlane), a sassy, sarcastic and routinely inappropriate alien, and Klaus (Dee Bradley Baker), an attention-hungry goldfish with the brain of a German Olympic skier.
December 21: “The Patient”
“The Patient” is a psychological thriller written by Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg (“The Americans”) about a therapist, Alan Strauss (Steve Carell), who is taken prisoner by a patient, Sam Fortner (Domhnall Gleeson). Fortner reveals himself to be a serial killer and has an unusual therapeutic request for Alan: help him contain his homicidal impulses.
To survive, Alan must unravel Sam’s mind and stop him from committing another murder, but Sam avoids discussing topics crucial to treatment, such as talking about his mother, Candace (Linda Emond). Alone and in captivity, Alan examines his own past through memories of his former therapist, Charlie (David Alan Grier), and faces waves of his own repressed issues, such as the recent death of his wife, Beth (Laura Niemi), and the painful estrangement of her son, Ezra (Andrew Leeds), a very religious man.
Over the course of his seclusion, Alan discovers not only how deep Sam’s compulsion runs, but also how hard he himself has to work to mend the rift created in his own family. With time running out, Alan desperately fights to stop Sam before he becomes an accomplice to his murders, or worse, a victim.
December 21: “WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS” – Season 4
Season four follows the nightly exploits of vampire roommates Nandor, Laszlo, Nadja and Colin Robinson as they navigate the modern world of Staten Island with the help of their human familiar, Guillermo. The vampires return to Staten Island to find their mansion on the verge of collapse… and they don’t have the money to renovate it. As Nandor’s eternal quest for love finally yields results, Nadja fulfills her dream of opening the hottest vampire nightclub in the area. Laszlo struggles with the issue of nature versus nurture as he tries to raise baby Colin to be anything other than a vampire. Even Guillermo finds himself on a powerful emotional journey involving his love for his family and others.