Mark Your Calendars: Netflix Is Releasing Six New Christmas Movies
There's a new installment of A Christmas Prince dropping soon!
Hang the stockings, put up your tree, and throw a batch of Christmas cookies in the oven because Netflix is dropping new holiday movies—and they start in less than two weeks. This isn’t the first year Netflix has aired original Christmas movies: In 2017 they produced a feel-good holiday flick titled A Christmas Prince, which became an instant viral hit. A sequel to the film was part of last year’s holiday movie lineup, and since then we’ve been patiently waiting for the third installment of the series. A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby drops on December 5, and we can hardly wait. Luckily, we don’t have to wait as long for the other holiday films: Netflix’s holiday originals begin on November 1, and we have the full schedule.
Holiday in the Wild
Starring: Kristin Davis and Rob Lowe.
Netflix Premiere: November 1
After her husband unexpectedly ends their marriage, Kate travels to Africa on a solo second honeymoon. While we don’t know for sure how the story ends, we do know she encounters a potential romantic interest on her travels.
Let It Snow
Starring: Jacob Batalon, Joan Cusack, Liv Hewson, Mitchell Hope, Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Odeya Rush, and Kiernan Shipka.
Netflix Premiere: November 8
This new holiday flick is based on the young adult novel by the same name. When a snowstorm hits their town on Christmas Eve, a group of high school seniors find themselves partying with a stranded pop star at the town’s local waffle joint.
Starring: Joan Cusack, Rashida Jones, Norm Macdonald, Will Sasso, Jason Schwartzman, and J.K. Simmons.
Netflix Premiere: November 15
When Jesper (played by Jason Schwartzman) finds himself stationed at a post office in the Arctic Circle, he meets Klaus, a mysterious toymaker living alone in a cabin. It sounds to us like Klaus might just be Santa Claus in disguise!
The Knight Before Christmas
Starring: Emmanuelle Chriqui, Isabelle Franca, Vanessa Hudgens, Ella Kenion, Jean-Michel Le Gal, and Josh Whitehouse.
Netflix Premiere: November 21
When medieval knight Sir Cole is magically transported to present-day Ohio at the holidays, he meets Brooke, a kind science teacher who can help him return back to his home. As he and Brooke grow closer, Cole will have to decide if he really wants to return to his old life.
Starring: Darlene Love, Romany Malco, and Sonequa Martin-Green.
Netflix Premiere: November 28
Rush Williams is a popular radio DJ with four kids who are used to getting everything they ask for. When Rush loses his job before the holidays, he worries he won’t be able to buy any of the pricey requests on his kids' Christmas lists. With the help of his producer and his aunt, he may be able to purchase another radio station—but only if his family agrees to live a less extravagant lifestyle.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby
Starring: Ben Lamb, Rose McIver, and Momo Yeung.
Netflix Premiere: December 5
It’s Christmastime in Aldovia, and Queen Amber and King Richard are expecting a royal baby. The only thing they have to do before the baby’s arrival is meet with the king and queen of Penglia to renew a 600-year-old truce. But when the treaty goes missing chaos ensues, and Amber must find it before midnight on Christmas Eve or else the kingdom will be in danger.