New Arrivals on Netflix Mexico in December

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December looks great on Netflix. The platform receives “Rome” the film by Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón that has already been placed amongst the favorites in the Oscar race and for the first time in a while there will be more films than series. These are some of the new releases for December. PRISON BREAK, SEASON 5  There has been a More...

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