If you're looking for one place to binge some holiday cheer, then Netflix is the place for you. The streaming service is overloaded with original movies and specials rolling out over the next few weeks to get you in the holiday spirit. And that's in addition to the stuff that's already there! There's something for everyone, from the cheeriest Christmas Prince to the grinchiest Grinch.
According to Netflix's viewer data, holiday streaming season starts Nov. 12, so the streaming giant launched its holiday slate last month with its first Christmas movie of the year, the Kat Graham-starring The Holiday Calendar. There's also The Princess Switch, which stars Vanessa Hudgens in dual roles as a baker from Chicago and a princess of a fictional European nation who look like twins and do the ol' Christmastime switcheroo; The Christmas Chronicles, which stars Kurt Russell as a hot Santa Claus; and A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding, the sequel to last year's holiday hit.
In addition to all those great films, Netflix is also dropping festive installments of The Great British Baking Show, Nailed It! (Dec. 7), Neo Yokio (Dec. 7) and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, which will find the Church of Night gathering around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories to celebrate the Winter Solstice (Dec. 14.) Season 4 of Fuller House also comes online Dec. 14, and the premiere is a Christmas episode.
On top of all the new holiday content hitting Netflix this winter, there's also everything already available on the service, including Netflix originals like A Christmas Prince, A Very Murray Christmas and Christmas Inheritancealong with classic movies like Love Actually, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Jim Carrey version) and Bad Santa.
And let's not forget about all the holiday episodes of your favorite shows, like The Office's "Benihana Christmas," Friends' "The One with the Holiday Armadillo" and Parks and Recreation's "Citizen Knope."
So there's no shortage of Christmas content to watch. In fact, there's no way to watch all of it. But there's always next Christmas!