The holidays have arrived, and Netflix will bring them to you no matter where you are. Netflix’s new holiday titles provide everything you need to celebrate the most delightful time of the year. Whether you want to be with your family, you can watch a variety of genres. You’ll find joyful musical comedy, magically festive romance, cooking shows for a delectable sugar fix, and more.
The holidays irritate Sloane (Emma Roberts) and Jackson (Luke Bracey).
They are frequently single, seated at the children’s table, or forced to go on awkward dates.
However, after meeting on a particularly miserable Christmas, these two strangers make a deal to be each other’s “Holidate” for the rest of the year.
Operation Christmas Drop
Erica Miller, a congressional assistant pursuing a promotion, foregoes Christmas with her family to travel across the Pacific at her boss’s request.
Upon arrival at a seaside Air Force post, she fights with her escort, Captain Andrew Jantz, who knows her mission is to discover grounds to defund the facility.
Officials question if the pilot’s personal project, Operation: Christmas Drop, is a true decades-old custom. Is it true that gifts and supplies are parachuted to those in isolated neighboring islands?
Over the Moon
A brilliant young girl constructs a rocket ship to the moon to establish the existence of a legendary Moon Goddess, fueled by perseverance and a passion for science.
She finds herself on an unexpected quest there, where she encounters a fanciful kingdom complete with magical animals.
The Princess Switch: Switched Again
When Duchess Margaret unexpectedly inherits the throne of Montenaro and has a rocky relationship with boyfriend Kevin.
It’s up to her duplicate Princess Stacy of Belgravia to help them reconcile.
However, the advent of a handsome king who is keen on stealing Margaret’s heart complicates the course of true love.
Add in Margaret’s crazy party girl cousin Fiona, a third look-alike with her own goals, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for Christmas triple trouble!
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey
‘Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey,’ a musical adventure and a visual extravaganza for the ages, is a truly original and energetic family holiday experience.
The film follows famed toymaker Jeronicus Jangle (Forest Whitaker), whose imaginative toys explode with whimsy and wonder.
It is set in the gloriously lively village of Cobbleton. When his most prized creation is stolen by his loyal apprentice (Keegan-Michael Key), this is up to his equally bright and innovative granddaughter (Madalen Mills).
Add to this a long-forgotten invention — to heal old wounds and reignite the magic within.
The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two
It’s been two years since Teddy Pierce (Judah Lewis) and Kate Pierce (Darby Camp) saved Christmas, and a lot has changed.
Now a jaded adolescent, Kate is unhappily spending Christmas with her mother’s new boyfriend and his kid Jack in Cancun (Jahzir Bruno).
Kate resolves to flee, unable to accept this altered version of her family. It starts when a mysterious, magical troublemaker known as Belsnickel threatens to demolish the North Pole to end Christmas for good. Kate and Jack are thrown into an unexpected new adventure with Santa Claus (Kurt Russell).
Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas
Mr. Christmas, also known as Benjamin Bradley, is a seasoned interior designer with a healthy fascination with the holiday season.
Mr. Christmas believes that the holidays should be spent honoring love, life, family, and friends through meaningful customs.
Bradley takes you behind the scenes. He puts his design expertise and enormous Christmas collection to good use in the new Netflix series Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas.
He and his elves work around the clock, armed with lights, garlands, and enough tinsel to cover the North Pole. Then they would need to deliver holiday cheer to families and towns who deserve a home makeover for the most beautiful time of year.
Sugar Rush Christmas: Season 2
Sugar Rush is a Netflix baking reality show set in the United States that premiered on July 13, 2018.
This competition series pits bakers against the time to make holiday delicacies that are both festive and delicious.
The show follows four professional two-person teams as they compete in a $10,000 baking competition.
In three rounds, two-baker teams battle. Cupcakes are served in the first round, confections in the second, and cake in the third.
Hunter March hosts Sugar Rush, which is judged by professional chefs Candace Nelson and Adriano Zumbo, as well as a special guest judge for each episode.
Dash & Lily
Dash & Lily is an American romantic comedy streaming series produced by Joe Tracz and based on David Levithan and Rachel Cohn’s young adult series Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares. On November 10, 2020, Netflix released the eight-episode series.
A whirlwind holiday romance develops as jaded Dash, and the upbeat Lily swap dares, hopes, and desires in a notebook.
They carry this back and forth at various spots throughout New York City, discovering they have more in common than they imagined.
Dash is a New York City adolescent who despises the holiday season. His father, like the parents of many of his classmates, is on vacation for the holidays.
He comes upon a notebook with the words “Do you dare?” inscribed on the front on the night of December 17 at the Strand Bookstore. He then begins searching for the author’s identity by following a series of clues within the notebook, leaving it up to her to respond.
He discovers the notepad the next day at Two Boots, where his best friend Boomer works. Boomer alleges that the mysterious girl was not captured on the restaurant’s security footage. As instructed in the notebook, they eventually try to steal a hat from a mall Santa Claus actor.
Despite being escorted out by a security officer and an elf actor, Dash manages to escape with the hat and discovers the author’s name, Lily, embroidered on the front.