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From "Emily in Paris" to "The Dubbed": the talked about series of December 2022 | Israel today


Emmy winner Henry Winkler takes part in an Israeli comedy-drama • One of the most acclaimed comedies of the last year is coming to Israel • A new period series follows the first years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I • Noah Centineo will star in a new detective thriller • The monthly series guide

The last month of 2022 has arrived.

what do you need to do

Just prepare the signs, maybe something small to drink and snack, and go ahead - press the play button and watch the series that come out in December.

December 2

Firefly Lane (Netflix)

Despite the great success of the first season of the drama series, Netflix recently announced that its new season, which will be divided into two halves (the second part will be broadcast during 2023), will also be its last.

Once again, the show will follow Tully (Emmy winner Katherine Heigl, "Grey's Anatomy") and Kate (Sarah Chook, "Scrubs"), whose 30-year friendship ended in a surprise.

We will continue to watch the ups and downs of their personal lives over the years, without forgetting to prepare a handkerchief or two in advance.

December 6

Hanxi (



Aliza Hanovich, who created this comedy-drama, stars as a young Jewish woman from Brooklyn who breaks the conventions of her environment, and just before her wedding to a man she doesn't really know, she decides to immigrate to Israel, against her family's opinion.

In Israel, she tries to become a freer woman, who controls her life and who is not afraid to stretch boundaries.

A host of names star in this series: from Oshery Cohen and Leahia Griner to Diana Golby and Daniel Morsheth, with the real laugh being the appearance of Emmy winner Henry Winkler ("Barry", "Happy Days").

December 7

Abbott Elementary School (Disney+)

One of the most successful comedies of the last year, which became a big phenomenon when it first aired, is finally coming to Israel, as it carries on winning 3 Emmy Awards, including for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy.

This is a documentary documenting the lives of passionate and dedicated teachers (and one not-so-likable principal) who teach in an underfunded public school, where they try to help their students succeed in life.

The series became a hit as soon as it aired, and won the love of viewers and critics alike.

December 14

no way out (



A new suspense and mystery series that received flattering reviews when it aired, whose producers include the brothers Anthony and Joe Russo ("The Avengers") and starring Harold Perrineau ("The Rookie") and Oscar nominee Catalina Sandino Moreno ("White Maria").

December 16

The New Purchase (Netflix)

After becoming one of the biggest stars to come out of Netflix series and movies, Noah Centineo ("All the Boys" trilogy and "Black Adam") stars in this detective-adventure series, in which he plays Owen, a young lawyer who starts working for the CIA.

When a former assistant in the organization threatens to reveal agency secrets, he is drawn into the dangerous world of international espionage.

The series sounds like something Netflix has built well for binge-filled nights.

December 18

To be Elizabeth (





Period series are a very popular genre around the world, and this already gives a great advantage to this series, which follows the young years of Queen Elizabeth I (played by Germany's Alicia von Rittenberg), whose path to power was not short or easy after the death of her father, the King Henry VIII.

The king's children find themselves at the center of a huge struggle between the biggest families of the kingdom and the other powers in Europe.

December 21

Emily in Paris – Season 3 (Netflix)

Two years after the comedy of the creator Darren Starr ("Sex and the City", "Melrose Place" and "Beverly Hills 90210") became a huge surprise and conquered the world (but not the critics), it returns in a new season, in which the star of the series (played by Lily Collins) finds herself at a crossroads in her romantic and professional affairs.

Whatever she chooses, the decision she makes will have a huge impact on Emily's life - but hey, at least the road there will be full of gorgeous clothes to look at.

Dubbed: open account (



About 3.5 years after this highly acclaimed thriller, Asa Katz (Or Ben Melech) will return in the second season of "The Dubbed" where he found work and even lives in an apartment that belongs to him and his brother David (Amos Tamm), who himself is trying to recover from his actions.

The one who stands between them is Sophie (Anya Bookstein), David's ex-wife, who helped Asa in the previous season and who has already proven herself to be a shrewd and strong real estate entrepreneur, just like her ex. Now she already has political ambitions. The new season will also star Oz Zahavi as a friend from prison of Asa and Idit Teperson as a witness, who was his operator.

Or Ben Melech and Oz Zahavi in ​​"The Dubbed: Open Account",

December 25

Dark Sky (



43 people, including three Israelis, were killed in 1992 in the crash of an El Al plane that took off from Amsterdam in the Netherlands to Israel.

This crash was not particularly burned in the Israeli consciousness.

This mini-documentary series makes use of rare archives, archived documents and dozens of interviews with a host of characters who were involved in the affair, some of them being interviewed for the first time.

This is a topic that only last October received a Dutch television adaptation in the series "The Crash", and perhaps it is precisely his documentary approach that can ultimately increase awareness of the difficult event.

From the series "Dark Sky", photo: courtesy of HOT

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