Every month, Insider looks at the most anticipated returning TV shows using data from the app TV Time.
It's derived from its US users who use the app to track and react to what they're watching.
Every show on this month's list is from Netflix, including "The Witcher" and "Cobra Kai."
5. "Lost in Space" season three — Netflix, December 1
Description: "In an epic final season, the Robinsons' survival instincts kick into hyperdrive as they race to reunite and protect Alpha Centauri from a robot invasion."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 76%
What critics said: "You won't get lost in Lost In Space, but the family-friendly adventures of the Robinsons will still make for solid viewing over the holiday break." — AV Club (season two)
4. "Crime Scene" season two — Netflix, December 29
Description: "The team behind Crime Scene: The Vanishing at The Cecil Hotel is back. They'll next explore the danger and depravity of NYC's Times Square in the 70s & 80s — a place that made it possible for one man to commit unthinkable acts."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 54%
What critics said: "'The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel' fails to illuminate much about the circumstances around Lam's death, even if the story itself may be unfamiliar to many outside Southern California." — Log Angeles Times (season one)
3. "Cobra Kai" season four — Netflix, December 31
Description: "Decades after the tournament that changed their lives, the rivalry between Johnny and Daniel reignites in this sequel to the 'Karate Kid' films."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 93%
What critics said: "Even with its flaws in season three, Cobra Kai hasn't just honored the Karate Kid way of storytelling, but mastered it." — RogerEbert.com (season three)
2. "Emily in Paris" season two — Netflix, December 22
Description: "More fun. More fashion. More faux pas. As Emily finds her footing in Paris, the fallout from a night of passion could send her stumbling into trouble."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 63%
What critics said: "Emily in Paris does not speak the language of the place it has chosen to call home. It compensates for its ignorance by shouting, ever louder, in English." — The Atlantic (season one)
1. "The Witcher" season two — Netflix, December 17
Description: "Geralt of Rivia, a mutated monster-hunter for hire, journeys toward his destiny in a turbulent world where people often prove more wicked than beasts."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 68%
What critics said: "Each episode gets stronger as the season progresses, and ultimately satisfies the fantasy itch." — Time Magazine (season one)
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