From the return of the return of the Tanner family to "Top Gun's" final flight, here's what's coming and going on Netflix this month.
What's Coming Dec. 1: "Beverly Hills Cop" Eddie Murphy plays a street-smart Detroit cop who "vacations" in Beverly Hills to investigate the murder of his best friend in this 1984 action-comedy.
What's Coming Dec. 1: "Chill With Bob Ross: Collection" Netflix and chill with Bob Ross this December as the streaming platform adds new episodes of the velvet-voiced painter's TV show, "The Joy of Painting."
What's Coming Dec. 1: "Harry and the Hendersons" William Dear's 1987 comedy stars John Lithgow as a father who adopts Bigfoot after hitting him with his car a the ride home from a family camping trip.
What's Coming Dec. 1: "House of Wax" Jaume Collet-Serra's remake of the 1953 Vincent Price horror classic features performances by TV stars Elisha Cuthbert, Chad Michael Murray and Jared Padelecki. It's also notable for marking the beginning and end of Paris Hilton's acting career.
What's Coming Dec. 1: "The Little Rascals" Based on Hal Roach's classic series of short films, 1994's "The Little Rascals" follows a gang of neighborhood kids as they prepare to compete in a go-kart race. The movie also features a cameo by President-elect Donald Trump.
What's Coming Dec. 9: "Fuller House" Season 2 Netflix's widely panned "Full House" reboot returns for its second outing on Dec. 9, with 13 new episodes starring Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber.
What's Coming Dec. 16: "Barry" Devon Terrell stars as a young Barack Obama as he arrives in New York City in the fall of 1981 to begin his junior year at Columbia University in director Vikram Gandhi's biopic.
What's Coming Dec. 25: "Marvel's Captain America: Civil War" For those who'd rather stay home than head to a theater on Christmas Day, Netflix is offering it's own blockbuster alternative with the streaming debut of what could be considered the third film in both the "Captain America" and "Avengers" franchises.
What's Leaving Dec. 1: "50 First Dates" Drew Barrymore stars alongside Adam Sandler in this 2004 romantic comedy about a woman who suffers from amnesia, written by George Wing and directed by Peter Segal.
What's Leaving Dec. 1: "American Beauty" Directed by Sam Mendes, "American Beauty" stars Kevin Spacey as a 40-something man who experiences a mid-life crisis and falls in love with his teenage daughter's best friend, played by Mena Suvari.
What's Leaving Dec. 1: "Top Gun" Enter the "Danger Zone" with Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis before 1986 classic "Top Gun" leaves Netflix on the first of the month.
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What's Leaving Dec. 1: "Valley of the Dolls" 1967's film adaptation of "Valley of the Dolls," starring Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, Sharon Tate, Paul Burke, Martin Milner and Susan Hayward, was so poorly received upon its release that it's since become a cult classic.
What's Leaving Dec. 27: "Spy Kids" Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara get to live every kid's dream when they become spies in this 2001 family action movie.