New Netflix Holiday Films and Series to Look Out For Starting November!

by Matthew Escosia
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The holidays are here and no matter where you are, Netflix will bring them to you. 

Whether you want to bond as a songful family over a joyful musical comedy, relax and escape for a moment with a magically festive romance, get hyped with a thrilling blockbuster, or enjoy a satisfying binge with the kids over their favorite sugar fix, Netflix ​NEW​ holiday titles​ ​have just what you need to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year.  

SEA Wave gives you the FIRST LOOK at Netflix’s merry debut holiday series and films—all 26 to be precise so you can start planning those binge-watches!

Seven films await Netflix subscribers, and every one of them will make viewers laugh and shed a tear. 

For the parents and grandparents, it’s time to let the kids stay a little late at night as two exhilarating musical adventures Over the Moon (Now streaming) and Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (Now streaming) comes to Netflix. 

Netflix Holiday Titles 2020

Along with those two, The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two (November 25) will have families spending the night over an action-packed adventure that’s full of heart, humor, and holiday spirit. Set two years after Kate and Teddy saved Christmas, a lot has changed in the family and they’re unexpectedly pulled into a new adventure with Santa Claus.  


As for those looking for a little Christmas romance, either alone or with someone special, Holidate (Now streaming) is the perfect rom-com to watch, featuring a new loveteam between Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey. Similarly, Operation Christmas Drop (Now streaming) will have viewers looking forward to a Christmas adventure with an unexpected sprinkling of love. 

Now for those not looking for a particular genre, The Princess Switch: Switched Again (Now streaming) and Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square (November 22) are two films perfect for literally anyone just looking to enjoy whatever good holiday movie Netflix has to offer. 

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With this big of a line-up of movies, anyone can spend each day looking forward to something new, including new Netflix original series and documentaries. This Christmas, expect four series and one documentary from Netflix. 

For the bookworms out there, Dash & Lily (Now streaming) is a new series based on the young adult book series “Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares” from the New York Times bestselling authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. 

As for the reality show and competition fans out there, Netflix did not forget about you. In the spirit of Christmas giving, Benjamin Bradley, best known as Mr. Christmas, is a veteran interior designer ready to bring holiday cheers to families and communities deserving of a home makeover in Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas (Now streaming).

But in the spirit of Christmas competition, dedicated fans of the delightfully fierce Sugar Rush Christmas: Season 2 (November 27) is back for even more challenges and bakers creating holiday treats that look festive and taste amazing—all against a ticking clock.

Netflix Holiday Titles 2020

And for the Christmas obsessed, there’s no better way to digest all these movies and shows than with The Holiday Movies That Made Us (December 1), a show that goes behind the scenes at two iconic holiday movies (“Elf” and “The Nightmare  Before Christmas”). 

On top of that, Netflix will also release a documentary entitled Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker (November 27), a story from Shondaland about the career of award-winning entertainer Debbie Allen and her group of young dancers are shown as they prepare for Allen’s annual “Hot Chocolate Nutcracker” production. 

As for the kiddies (and maybe even the young at heart), of course, Netflix did not forget about them. Parents and guardians out there can expect a grand total of 12 shows for young kids that are not only entertaining but educational. 

For the young at heart that grew up reading Captain Underpants, fans can now see their iconic and beloved childhood hero in an animated Christmas special entitled Captain Underpants Mega Blissmas (December 4), where George and Harold make a comic about a new version of the holiday: Blissmass. 

To touch the hearts, Netflix also announces the premiere of Angela’s Christmas Wish (December 1). Based on characters from Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt, this is a heart-warming tale of a determined little girl who sets out to reunite her family in time for Christmas, which can encourage children to celebrate the season as a family. 

And if the children want a little more interaction, The Big Show Show: Christmas (December 9) offers just that. When Big Show gets injured, Cassy has to fill his big shoes in the hopes of winning the neighborhood Christmas competition. Meanwhile JJ, Mandy and Lola are sent on a scavenger hunt for presents only to discover spending time together might be the best gift of all.  

In the meantime, adults preparing for the holidays can keep the children busy with shows like Wonderoos: Holiday Holiday! (November 29), Chico Bon Bon and the Very Berry Holiday (December 3), Mighty Express: A Mighty Christmas (December 5), and Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love: Christmas (December 9). These four shows are all about the true meaning of the holidays that go beyond the gifts, meals, and decorations. 

But if the children aren’t looking for a chill and fun little show, they can also enjoy thrilling adventurous ones like A Go! Go! Cory Carson Christmas (November 27) and A Trash Truck Christmas (December 11).

Netflix Holiday Titles 2020

As for those tired of the same old children shows despite the thrill, aliens and monsters are brought into the holidays with Alien Xmas (November 20), Dragons: Rescue Riders: Huttsgalor Holiday (November 24), and Super Monsters: Santa’s Super Monster Helpers (December 8).

There’s no doubt about it: Netflix is going BIGGER than ever with the season. 

So as Christmas draws near, get those snacks ready, shimmy in your most comfortable pajamas, and clear all schedules for the night. The holidays are meant for enjoying other people’s company and there is no better way to do so than to just chill, unwind, and laugh over some real good shows. 

Let us know which title from this list you’re most excited about in the comments below! 

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