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Vehicular Viewing: New on Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu for December 2019

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Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu new releases

As 2019 draws to a close, you’ll find no shortage of fresh car-centric movie and TV viewing options on the three major streaming services — especially if you’re a Fast & Furious fan. Here’s a look at what’s newly available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu for December.

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6 Underground (12/13)

Expect plenty of explosions and car chases from this Michael Bay-directed action extravaganza. Ryan Reynolds stars as a tech billionaire who heads up a covert squad of vigilantes. What could possibly go wrong with this scenario?

Fast & Furious Spy Racers: Season 1 (12/26)

Based on the blockbuster movie franchise, this new animated series is aimed at a younger audience and features Dom Toretto’s cousin Tony as an undercover agent investigating a secret criminal racing league.

Lawless (12/29)

If you love classic Fords like the Model A, Model T, Model TT truck, and V8 Roadster, you’ll get a kick out of this riveting 2012 crime film set during the Prohibition era.

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Havana Motor Club (12/1)

This fascinating 2016 documentary explores Cuba’s underground racing scene and the country’s deep love for classic cars. (This movie is also coming to Hulu in December.)

Bumblebee (12/13)

Set in the 1980s, this Transformers spinoff offers a nostalgia-heavy take on the Autobot vs. Decepticon saga — and lots and lots of classic cars. (This movie is also coming to Hulu in December.)


Transporter 2 (12/1)

Jason Statham’s no-questions-asked man of action returns for the second of three Transporter movies. In this 2005 installment, he’s trying to protect a young boy while chauffeuring behind the wheel of a luxurious Audi A8.

The Fast and the Furious (12/1)

Go back to where it all started in 2001 with the first movie in the Fast & Furious franchise. It’s a much more down-to-earth movie compared to the increasingly huge and farfetched blockbusters that followed. If you want to keep watching, Hulu is adding 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) at the same time, along with Fast & Furious (2009) on Dec. 16.