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Admit it. You're ready for fun Christmas movies just as much as we are! Check out all the brand new movies Netflix has planned for this holiday season.

All the movies Netflix has planned for Christmas

The holiday season is among us, and with the holidays comes a long list of traditions. Halloween brings with it costume parties, trick or treating, and scary movies. Thanksgiving brings Black Friday elbows in the crowd & food comas. Christmas also brings more food & family get-togethers to explain your life choices and argue politics. However, one of the best traditions that come with Christmas is the holiday movies. 

Everyone has their favorite Christmas movie. If you’re nostalgic, the pull for A Christmas Story, Miracle on 34th Street, or It’s a Wonderful Life probably rank near the top. If you’re someone who loves to debate (and maybe you just want to watch the world burn), then perhaps you make an argument that Die Hard is your favorite. 

However, if rewatching some of your old favorites is not the route you & your family want to take, then finding some new Christmas movies on one of the dozens of streaming services may be for you. Here are the movies you can peruse on Netflix over the holiday season.

November: G & PG-rated films

The Claus Family – When his grandfather suddenly falls ill, holiday-hating Jules learns of his family’s magical legacy and realizes he’s the only hope to save Christmas.

The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the StarVanessa Hudgens stars as multiple characters looking for a princess relic to bring romance back to Christmas.

A Boy Called Christmas – Nikolas sets out on an extraordinary adventure into the snowy north in search of his father, who is on a quest to discover the fabled village of Elfhelm.

Robin Robin – Robin is raised by a loving family of mice. As she grows up, her differences become more apparent. She plans a heist to discover herself.

A Castle for Christmas – Brooke Shields & Cary Elwes star as opposing interests in purchasing a castle, finding they may have more in common than they thought.

November: PG-13 & Up

Love Hard – Nina Dobrev stars as an L.A. journalist who flies to the East Coast to meet a dating app match only to find out she was catfished. 

Father Christmas is Back – Four feuding sisters get a crash course in family togetherness when their long-lost father shows up for Christmas at their posh ancestral manor.

Christmas Flow – An unlikely Christmas romance blossoms between a famous rapper and a tenacious journalist. But can they make it work despite their differences?

Elves – A horrific take on elves, a family of four finds themselves on an island where the creatures are fiercely threatening.

December: G & PG-rated movies

Shaun the Sheep – In this 30-minute special from Aardman, the world’s favorite sheep stars in his very own winter tale.

David and the Elves -David and an elf who escaped the land Santa set out on a journey to discover the true meaning of Christmas.

1,000 Miles from Christmas – A comedy that tells the story of Raúl (Tamar Novas), a thirty-something who has suffered all the misfortunes of his life during Christmas time. This is why he hates Christmas Carols, the Three Wise Men, and everything that remotely smells of Christmas spirit.

December: PG-13 & Up

A California Christmas: City Lights – Happily running their dairy farm for a year, family obligations threaten everything by pulling him back to the city. 

Single All the Way – Two men pretend to be in a relationship to avoid family questions about their perpetual single status

Grumpy Christmas – Sequel to the 2016 comedy hit Un Padre No Tan Padre. Don Servando and his “extended hippie family” travel to the beach to spend Christmas with Alma’s aunt, Doña Alicia, a demanding older woman who becomes Don Servando’s ultimate nemesis.

Whether you decide to go for Christmas entertainment, an old classic, or a new stream, you have endless options, and Netflix will keep you & your family busy until New Year.

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