Best New TV Series Added to Netflix This Week: December 7th, 2019

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Fuller House season 5: part A is now available to stream on Netflix

We’re still only in the first week of December and it’s already been a busy time for Netflix. With the addition of plenty of tv series in the past week alone, we’ve selected the best new tv series for you to be watching. Here are the best new tv series on Netflix for December 7th, 2019.

Please Note: The following titles have been selected from the US Netflix.

Fuller House: Season N

Total Season: 5.5
Total Episodes: 66

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It’s been a very long time coming, but the first half of the final season of Fuller House has arrived on Netflix! The first half of Fuller House season 5 will feature nine episodes, with the remaining half arriving in 2020. As we begin to say our goodbyes to the Fuller family now is the perfect time to watch the series all over again so you can make the most of season 5.

Years on since we last saw the Tanner family, DJ has grown up, had three boys, been married and recently widowed. To help out the family, DJ’s sister, Stephanie, her best friend Kimmy, and Kimmy’s teenage daughter move in with the Fuller’s to help DJ raise her sons.

Teasing Master Takagi-san N

Total Seasons: 1
Total Episodes: 12

One for the anime fans, the popular manga series Teasing Master Takagi-san has finally arrived on Netflix. A cute slice of life comedy, with a splash of romance, if anyone is looking to watch an anime for the first time, then this could be the perfect series for you.

Having a friend that knows you inside out should be a good thing, but in Nishikata’s case, the opposite is true. His classmate Takagi loves to tease him on a daily basis, and she uses her extensive knowledge of his behavior to predict exactly how he will react to her teasing, making it nearly impossible for Nishikata to ever make a successful comeback. Despite this, Nishikata vows to someday give Takagi a taste of her own medicine by making her blush out of embarrassment from his teasing.

Triad Princess N

Total Seasons: 1
Episodes: 6

The second Taiwanese Original on Netflix, Triad Princess has already become incredibly popular amongst subscribers. If you’re a fan of Asian dramas then you’re going to love Triad Princess.

Growing up in the shadow of triad boss father has left Angie craving an independent life. Angie defies her father’s wishes and flees her home to take a job as an undercover bodyguard for a famous actress. As Angie enters a brand new world, she must navigate her way through the glitz and the glamour and even love.

Virgin River: Season 1 N

Total Seasons: 1
Episodes: 10

As Netflix continues its expansion across a whole variety of different genres, Hallmark channel style dramas are still relatively new to the streaming service. The addition of Virgin River is Netflix beginning its attempt into that style of drama, and considering the series is based upon the books of the same name by author Robyn Carr, we suspect it will quite popular with subscribers.

Melinda Monroe, a nurse practitioner, moves to the remote town of Virgin River, California, after answering an ad for a job. She soon discovers that life in the seemingly sleepy town isn’t as simple as she expected.

V-Wars: Season 1 N

Total Seasons: 1
Total Episodes: 10

Returning to vampire genre once more is popular Vampire Diaries alumni Ian Somerhalder. The latest vampire Original is based on the popular comic book series of the same name, and while the series is outlandish, it’s a wild ride that plenty of subscribers can enjoy.

A mysterious disease that transforms humans into vampires ravages the world. Fighting the new vampire threat is Dr. Luther Swann, who is pitted against his best friend, now a powerful leader amongst the vampires. As the first vampire war begins, atrocities are committed on both sides as humans and vampires fight for survival.

What new tv series will you be watching on Netflix this week? Let us know in the comments.

Best New TV Series Added to Netflix This Week: December 7th, 2019

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 and serves as one of the lead writers here on What's on Netflix. Jacob covers all things Netflix movies and TV shows but specializes in covering anime and K-dramas. Resides in the United Kingdom. Contact: [email protected]