December streaming guide: What to watch on 7plus, Binge, Disney+ and more

Christmas carols aren’t wrong, the weather outside is frightful!

With sweltering temperatures set to soar even higher this summer season, we have all the content you need to chill out with.

Keep reading for our top picks for December.

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Frogger (7plus)

Gaming fiends, strap on your jelly shoes because there’s a new agility course competition coming to 7plus. And the best part? You don’t have to be a rock climber or a nationally ranked weightlifter to win — this is one for the nerdy gamers out there.

Frogger is based on the ‘80s arcade game and will see six eager contestants compete for not only a $10,000 golden fanny pack but also the chance to win the $100,000 grand prize.

Paris in Love, Season 2 (Hayu)

A pop-culture who continues to transcend time, Paris Hilton is back for season 2 of Paris in Love and the real-life drama has officially hit the ceiling.

As she navigates becoming a new mum, we’re treated to an intimate behind-the-scenes look into her secret surrogacy plans and how she balances her career, social and family life.

The official release of her memoir is the second bombshell this season that will rock her family and friends to their core as she reveals decades of hidden, silent traumas. Tune into Hayu to catch all the goss.

The Great British Bake Off: Festive Specials – Season 13 premiere (Binge)

If you’re not a fan of The Great British Bake Off, what else are you watching? This season kicks off just in time for the silly season and keeps things festive with Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith, Matt Lucas and Noel Fielding returning to judge the Christmas classics concocted by contestants Olly Alexander, Nathaniel Curtis, Lydia West and Shaun Dooley.

Tune into Binge this December to catch all the holiday action and inspiring recipes to wow your rellies.

Archie (Britbox)

Everyone loves a biopic. And what better subject to delve into than Archibald Alexander Leach (A.K.A. Cary Grant) — one of Hollywood’s leading stars. This Britbox original is jam-packed with leading actors of our time including Jason Issacs (Harry Potter, The Patriot), Laura Aikman (The Job Lot, Liar) and Harriet Walter (Sense and Sensibility, Succession).

Written by BAFTA-winning screenwriter Jeff Pope (A Confession), Archie is a four-part journey exploring Grant’s thrilling life and career.

Saltburn (Prime Video)

If you’re after a thrilling, rollercoaster of a movie, look no further than Saltburn. The cast is sensational — Barry Keoghan (Dunkirk, Chernobyl), Archie Madekwe (Gran Turismo), Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl, The Wheel of Time), Jacob Elordi (Euphoria), Sadie Soverall (Fate: The Winx Saga) — the plot has more turns than a hedge maze and the acting is enthralling.

The story centres on Oliver Quick, an Oxford University student who finds himself thrust into the lifestyle of a rich, aristocratic classmate, Felix Catton, when he’s invited to spend the summer at Felix’s family’s sprawling estate, Saltburn. But, of course, nothing is as it appears. If you think your family is odd, this film will help put things into perspective just in time for your big Christmas gathering.

Doctor Who: Wild Blue Yonder (Disney Plus)

You can practically hear the theme song in the distance at the mention of the man with the sonic screwdriver and the big blue police box.

This December, Doctor Who fans are treated to a special 60th-anniversary reunion of David Tennant and Catherine Tate where they must travel to the furthest edge of time and endure their most important fight yet as the fate of the universe in their hands. Curious to know more? Tune into Disney Plus now to watch all the timey-wimey action unfold.

Paper Dolls (Paramount Plus)

Paramount Plus’s new Australian TV series, Paper Dolls, centres on five young and hungry singers on the very cusp of achieving fame, fortune and glory.

Paper Dolls was filmed in Sydney and stars Aussie favourites such as Ditch Davey (Blue Heelers, Spartacus), Naomi Sequeira (The Evermoor Chronicles), Emma Booth (Once Upon a Time) and Miah Madden (The Sapphires).

Spirited (Apple TV+)

Book yourself a seat for a heartwarming holiday musical comedy sing-along you’ll have stuck in your head until the 12th day of Christmas. Starring comedy giant Will Ferrell (Elf), Ryan Reynolds (Just Friends, Deadpool) and Octavia Spencer (Hidden Figures), this will soon become a staple on your “instant Christmas classics watchlist” thanks to the catchy tunes composed by Academy Award-winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land), such as Good Afternoon’ and Bringin’ Back Christmas.

Christie Graham is Digital Content Editor at, Australia’s mobile and internet comparison site.


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