Now that Thanksgiving has passed and we can officially welcome the Christmas season, we can all start binge-watching films that fill us with holiday cheer. Thankfully, Netflix is currently streaming a handful of seasonal movies to get you in the mood. Here are some of the best ones to watch over the next few weeks.
The Holiday Calendar
This family-friendly film follows a young woman who realizes that her grandmother's Advent calendar might be hiding something magical. Every day, something unexplainable happens, and she realizes that the Christmas calendar might be answering questions she's long had about her future.
Ever since this film debuted in 2003, it's won the hearts of viewers around the world. Now, we can stream it repeatedly and fall in love as many times as we want to. It is rated R, so maybe save this holiday film for date night, not family movie night.
The Princess Switch
This brand new Netflix original film stars Vanessa Hudgens. A twist on The Prince and the Pauper, the story follows a Chicago baker and a soon-to-be-princess who swap places for the holidays. Mischievous and fun, this is a film the whole family can enjoy.
A Very Murray Christmas
In this 2015 holiday special, big-name comedians like Amy Poehler and Chris Rock join Bill Murray as he attempts to salvage his Christmas Eve show when a blizzard threatens to shut everything down. It's equal parts musical and comedy, and the all-star cast is a blast to watch.
The Christmas Chronicles
This brand-new holiday film casts Kurt Russell as Santa Claus. Some mischievous kids sneak into Santa's sleigh, and their naughty behavior derails Christmas Eve and Santa's plans. Can they save the holiday before it's too late?
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding - Available on Friday
If you loved The Christmas Prince, then you'll adore the sequel that's scheduled to hit Netflix on November 30. Follow Amber as she prepares to marry Richard and become queen of a small nation. Can she handle the pressure of a royal wedding and the expectations of those around her? Find out this weekend.
Which of these films on Netflix are you excited to watch? Let us know in the comments!