11 December, 2020
Netflix Christmas Movies and Shows
Netflix Christmas Movies and Shows
Christmas, Lifestyle

The Best Christmas Movies And Shows On Netflix To Watch This Month

11 December, 2020
Netflix Christmas Movies and Shows

Cosy up with a cup of hot cocoa, we’ve got plenty of Netflix Christmas movies and shows for you to add to your holiday watch-list.

Whether you like to spend the holidays watching Buddy the elf slurp up some syrup spaghetti or Kevin booby-trapping his home, we all have our favourite Christmas classics. But that’s not to say we don’t enjoy adding some new festive flicks to the mix to spice up tradition. Ahead, we’re rounding up our pick of the best Christmas movies and shows on Netflix to add to your holiday watch-list this season. Merry bingeing!

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Netflix Christmas movies: Dash & Lily

DASH & LILY

Snarky cynic Dash and naive optimist Lily unexpectedly fall in love through anonymous messages and dares passed to each other through a red notebook. Based on the New York Times bestseller, Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares, this coming-of-age holiday romance will steal your heart this Christmas.

Head here for the trailer.

Let It Snow

Let It Snow centres on three separate stories which, in true Love Actually fashion, end up being interconnected. This all unfolds when a snowstorm hits a small midwestern town on Christmas Eve. Adapted from a novel by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauran Myracle, this Christmas teen rom-com stars a number of Netflix celebrities, including Sabrina’s Kiernan Shipka and The Good Place’s D’Arcy Carden, among other familiar faces.

Head here for the trailer.

Jack Whitehall: Christmas With My Father

As with many family holiday get-togethers, arguments, uncomfortable guests and inappropriate dad jokes abound in this Christmas comedy show. Standup comedian Jack Whitehall invites his notoriously stuffy father onstage for a Christmas comedy extravaganza, complete with celebrity guests Jonathan Van Ness, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Hugh Bonneville and Graham Norton, to name but a few.

Head here for the trailer.

Netflix Christmas Movies: Holidate

Holidate

Emma Roberts plays unlucky-in-love Sloane who hates the holidays. When she meets Luke, a man who shares the same cynical sentiment, they make a pact to be each other’s “holidate” for every festive occasion. Assuring themselves that they have no romantic interest in each other, they become each other’s perfect plus-one, but can they really resist the romantic pull of Christmas mistletoe, the New Year countdown and Valentine’s Day?

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Christmas Wedding Planner

Kelsey is starting her career as a wedding planner by arranging the dream winter wonderland wedding for her dear cousin, Emily. Everything is going smoothly until she meets Emily’s ex, who happens to also be a private investigator who was hired to look into the groom-to-be.

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The Princess Switch: Switched Again

Vanessa Hudgens steps into multiple roles once again in the sequel to the 2018 holiday guilty pleasure Princess Switch. When Duchess Margaret’s coronation complicates her relationship with Kevin, her double Stacy swoops in with a plan to save her love life. But will a third look-alike (yes, a third) foil their plan?

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Netflix Christmas Movies: Christmas on the Square

Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square

Seasonal cheer freezes over when small town “Scrooge” Regina tries to sell her hometown’s land. Can music, magic and long-forgotten memories change her mind? Starring Christine Baranski, Treat Williams and Mrs Parton herself, this holiday musical will get even the grinchiest of us in the holiday spirit. Treat yourself to a holly Dolly Christmas!

Head here for the trailer.

Midnight at the Magnolia

Childhood family friends and local radio hosts Maggie and Jack decide to fake it as a couple for their families and listeners in hopes of getting their show nationally syndicated. For two people who give dating advice for a living, it doesn’t seem like they really know what they’re doing.

Head here for the trailer.

Klaus

Serving as an alternate origin story of Santa Claus, this Christmas animation revolves around a spoiled and lazy postman who has been sent to service a remote island town to the far North. Here, he forms an unlikely friendship with a reclusive toymaker named Klaus. With all the makings of a modern Christmas classic, it’s no surprise this was the first Netflix animation to be nominated for an Academy Award.

Head here for the trailer.

Netflix Christmas Movies: Holiday Rush

Holiday Rush

A windowed hip-hop radio DJ and his four spoiled kids face a different Christmas when their life of luxury turns lean just before the holidays. While the Williams family downsizes and embrace a simpler life, they are reminded that what matters most is not what you have, but who you have around you.

Head here for the trailer.

Holiday in the Wild

You don’t need a white winter setting to muster up a heart-warming holiday film. When her son goes off to college and her husband brings their marriage to a sudden end, Kate (Kristin Davis) flies to Africa for a solo safari trip. During a detour through Zambia, she helps her pilot, Derek (Rob Lowe), rescue a baby elephant. Together, they nurse him back to health at a local elephant orphanage, and extends her stay through Christmas.

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Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas

Benjamin Bradley, best known as Mr. Christmas, is an interior design veteran with an obsession with all things festive. Equipped with lights, garlands and plenty of tinsel, Bradley puts his design expertise and vast Christmas decor collection to good use, bringing holiday cheer to deserving families and communities this holiday season.

Head here for the trailer.

All images courtesy of Netflix.

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