Hulu February 2021: Every new movie and show coming this month

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Welcome to February! The highlight for this month is the Hulu original The United States vs. Billie Holiday. Andra Day stars as Holiday, who is targeted by the Federal Department of Narcotics during her career. It looks interesting, it looks great. 

Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Andra Day are posing for a picture

The United States vs. Billie Holiday comes out on the 26th of February. If you don’t know what to watch while waiting for it, here’s the full list of everything else hitting Hulu this month. 

Feb. 1 

60 Days In: Complete Season 6

Abducted: The Mary Stauffer Story (2019)

Ancient Aliens: Complete Season 14 (History)

Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love: Complete Season 2

Forged in Fire: Beat the Judges: Complete Season 1

Kings of Pain: Complete Season 1

Married At First Sight: Complete Season 10

Mommy is a Murderer (2020)

Pawn Stars: Complete Seasons 11 & 12

The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch: Complete Season 1

Tempted by Danger (2020)

The UnXplained with William Shatner: Complete Season 2

9 to 5 (1980)

Affliction (1998)

American Psycho (2000)

American Psycho 2 (2002)

The Bellboy (1960)

Bug (1975)

Cinderfella (1960)

Crimes Of The Heart (1987)

Did You Hear About The Morgans? (2009)

District 9 (2009)

Downhill Racer (1969)

Employee of the Month (2006)

Everything Must Go (2011)

From Hell (2001)

G.I. Jane (1997)

Garfield (2004)

Gargoyles: Wings of Darkness (2004)

Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)

Grosse Pointe Blank (1997)

Happy Tears (2010)

Haunting In Connecticut 2: Ghosts Of Georgia (2013)

Hello, My Name is Doris (2016)

Hitman’s Run (1999)

Jane Austen’s Mafia! (1998)

Jennifer 8 (1992)

John Grisham’s The Rainmaker (1997)

The Juror (1996)

Mars Attacks! (1996)

Me, Myself And Irene (2000)

Ninja Assassin (2009)

The Omen (1976)

Damien – Omen II (1978)

Only God Forgives (2013)

The Patsy (1964)

Phase IV (1974)

Possessor (2020)

The Prince Of Tides (1991)

Shirley Valentine (1989)

The Shootist (1976)

Sideways (2004)

Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)

The Tenant (1976)

Teresa’s Tattoo (1994)

Turbulence (1997)

Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002)

Waking Ned Devine (1998)

Witness (1985)

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)

You Laugh But It’s True (2011)

You’ve Got Mail (1998) 

Feb. 2

The School That Tried to End Racism: Complete Season 1 

Feb. 4

12 Hour Shift (2020) 

Feb. 5 

The New York Times Presents: “Framing Britney Spears”: New Episode

Feb. 7 

Harrow: Season 3 Premiere

Feb. 11 

Then Came You (2019)

Feb. 12 

Into the Dark: Tentacles: New Episode Premiere

2067 (2020)

You’re Next (2013) 

Feb. 13 

Hip Hop Uncovered: Documentary Series Premiere

Feb. 15 

Cutthroat Kitchen: Complete Season 15

Dragnificent!: Complete Season 1

House Hunters International: Complete Seasons 139 & 140

House Hunters: Complete Seasons 160-162, 164 & 165

Property Brothers: Complete Season 14

Southern Gothic: Complete Season 1

Witches Of Salem: Complete Season 1

Lost Girls and Love Hotels (2020)

The Shape of Water (2017) 

Feb. 16 

Bad Habits, Holy Orders: Complete Season 1

Keeping Up With The Kardashians: Complete Season 19

North Korea: Inside the Mind of a Dictator: Complete Season 1

The Warrior Queen of Jhansi (2019) 

Feb. 17 

Logan Lucky (2017)

Feb. 18 

Good Trouble: Season 3 Premiere

Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) 

Feb. 19 

Nomadland (2021)

Feb. 23

Spring Baking Championship: Complete Season 7

Dredd (2012) 

Feb. 25 

Snowfall: Season 4 Premiere 

Feb. 26

The United States vs. Billie Holiday (2021)

Florence Foster Jenkins (2016) 

Happy binging !

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Netflix is releasing 45 new original movies and series in February – here’s the full list

By Zach Epstein for BGR©

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© Provided by BGR Netflix Movies 2021

Well, Netflix fans, we have good news and bad news for you today. The good news is that Netflix has announced its full release schedule for February 2021. The bad news is that unfortunately, we’ve got a pretty bleak month in store.

Don’t get us wrong — there are definitely a few big releases to look forward to. The problem is that sadly, we do mean “few” in the truest sense of the word. Season 3 of the fantastic crime drama The Sinner is set to hit Netflix in its entirety on February 6th, and it’s an excellent season so you should definitely check that out. There are also a few solid movies set to arrive next month, such as the decade-old Christopher Nolan blockbuster Inception. Where original Netflix movies and series are concerned, however, the highlights are few and far between.

Netflix made a huge announcement in early January to tout the fact that it has at least one new original movie set to debut each and every week in 2021. While that may be true, the quality of said movies remains to be seen. In February 2021, there are a few series that we’re definitely looking forward to. There are also some solid movies on the way like I Care A Lot, which looks fantastic, and Malcolm & Marie, which stars John David Washington and Zendaya. Beyond that… well… take a look for yourself.

You’ll find the full list of Netflix original releases in February 2021 down below.

Streaming February 2nd

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Streaming February 18th

Streaming February 19th

Streaming February 20th

  • Classmates Minus — NETFLIX FILM

Streaming February 23rd

  • Brian Regan: On The Rocks — NETFLIX COMEDY SPECIAL

Streaming February 24th

  • Canine Intervention — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
  • Ginny & Georgia — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Streaming February 25th

Streaming February 26th

Release Date TBD


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The 10 Worst Movies of 2020

By Richard Evans  for BestLife

As we near the end of the year and look back on the last 12 months in film, it becomes clear that calling 2020 a weird time for movies is something of an understatement. Theaters have been closed in parts of the country for most of the year, leading to a resurgence of drive-in movies and sending major studio releases to streaming services. No matter how you managed to watch them, there have been some real standout films this year—and, of course, some total turkeys. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of the 10 worst movies of 2020.

So here are the 10 worst of the worst movies of 2020. Seen them?

10. Artemis Fowl

Metascore: 31

9. Half Brothers

Metascore: 30

8. Brahms: The Boy II

Metascore: 29

7. Force of Nature

Metascore: 29

6. Jiu Jitsu

Metascore: 28

5. Songbird

Metascore: 27

4. Dolittle

Metascore: 26

3. The Tax Collector

Metascore: 22

2. Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island

Metascore: 22

1. The Last Days of American Crime

Metascore: 15

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Netflix is releasing 49 new original movies and shows in January – here’s the full list

© Provided by BGR Netflix New Releases January 2021

December 2020 has been a solid month for new Netflix releases, and it was much-needed. November was by far the weakest month of 2020 for Netflix originals, and it also happened to be the month when Netflix decided to jack up its prices. It wasn’t a huge increase, of course, but it was the latest in a long line of price hikes and it absolutely won’t be the last. Netflix is a must-have for millions upon millions of people though, so we need to make sure that we’re getting our money’s worth.

There are still a few big releases that have yet to come in December, including the exciting new George Clooney film The Midnight Sky. Netflix’s January 2021 release schedule has now been released though, so it’s time to see what’s in store for Netflix subscribers in the new year.

Want to see what else Netflix has planned in January 2021? Scroll down to see all 49 new original movies, series, and specials that are set to debut over the course of the month. Release Date TBD:

Streaming January 1st

Streaming January 2nd

Streaming January 5th

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Streaming January 22nd

Streaming January 23rd

  • Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Streaming January 26th

Streaming January 27th

  • Penguin Bloom — NETFLIX FILM

Streaming January 29th

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Yes, Moira From Schitt’s Creek and the Home Alone Mom are the Same Person

Catherine O'Hara, Catherine O'Hara posing for the camera

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Schitt’s Creek is one of the most beloved TV shows on the internet, largely because of Catherine O’Hara, who is rip-roaringly funny as the out-of-touch matriarch, Moira Rose. 

O’Hara isn’t just known for this role, of course. She’s had several iconic parts, including Delia Deetz in Beetlejuice and Kevin’s mom, Kate, in the Home Alone franchise. Many people are just now realizing that last connection! 

If you’re surprised, you’re not alone. “Why did I just realize that moira and the mother from home alone ARE PLAYED BY THE SAME PERSON,” one person tweeted. Another wrote, “So I just found out the actress that plays Moira in Schitts Creek is also the actress the plays the mom in Home Alone…I’m shook.” 

“I am today years old when I found out that Moira Rose from schitt’s creek is the mother from home alone,” posted a third. 

O’Hara opened up about Home Alone back in 2018 to InStyle. “I still have my wig from the second movie, and I had a suit from Home Alone for the longest time before I gave it to my big sister, Patsy,” she said. “I don’t know if she ever wore it, but she liked it. I think I have earrings from the first one too. I didn’t wear a lot of clothes because I was kind of on the road. In the van!” 

She also added, “I got married the last weekend of the shoot for Home Alone 2. I had one more day of shooting, and then we went on our honeymoon.

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Netflix in December 2020: What’s new and what’s expiring

a group of people sitting posing for the camera: In December, "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," "MANK," "The Midnight Sky" and "Selena: The Series" come to Netflix.
© Netflix In December, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” “MANK,” “The Midnight Sky” and “Selena: The Series” come to Netflix.

Written by Carly Mallenbaum, USA TODAY

If you consider December a time to sit and watch holiday-themed shows and movies, then Netflix has you covered. By Christmastime, the streamer will have premiered countless new shows and movies about finding love in the winter months, helping Santa deliver his presents and baking themed treats.

But there are also a variety of other titles to get you through the end of the year.

Some of December’s highlights include “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” the final film of Chadwick Boseman, who died in August; “The Prom,” the star-studded movie adapted from the Broadway musical; “Bridgerton,” a high-society series from Shondaland; “Selena: The Series,” about the tragic life story of Selena Quintanilla; “Mank,” a “Citizen Kane” origin story; and “The Midnight Sky,” which stars George Clooney as a bearded scientist trying to save a team of astronauts.

Here’s the full list of everything arriving, including a number of “Jeopardy!” episodes (and here’s what became available in November):

Dec. 1: Holiday movies added

Angela’s Christmas Wish (Netflix Film) The animated family film follows Angela, who’s determined to reunited with her dad in Australia in time for the holidays. 

The Holiday Movies That Made Us (Netflix Original) A docuseries that goes behind the scenes of Christmas blockbusters “Elf” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”

Natalie Palamides: Nate – A One Man Show (Netflix Comedy Special) Comedian Palamides brings her character Nate and absurd show about masculinity and consent to Netflix, with the help of executive producer Amy Poehler and director Philip Burgers.

Netflix’s new cheesy Christmas movies: ‘The Princess Switch’ sequel and more

Dec. 2

Alien Worlds (Netflix Documentary) A series that combines science fiction and fact to imagine what like is like on other planets.

3 Days to Kill (2014)

50 First Dates (2004)

A Thin Line Between Love & Hate (1996)

Angels & Demons (2009)

Are You The One: Season 1-2

Chef (2014)

The Da Vinci Code (2006)

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Effie Gray (2014)

Gormiti: Season 1

The Happytime Murders (2018)

Ink Master: Seasons 1-2

Jurassic Park (1993)

Jurassic Park III (2001)

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)

Little Nicky (2000)

The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)

Monster House (2006)

Peppermint (2018)

Quigley Down Under (1990)

Runaway Bride (1999)

Super Wings: Season 3

Stargate SG-1: Seasons 1-10

Transformers Rescue Bots Academy: Season 2

Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family (2011)

Why Did I Get Married? (2007)

Ari Eldjárn: Pardon My Icelandic (Netflix Comedy Special) The Icelandic comedian pokes fun at Nordic rivalries and Hollywood’s take on Thor in his English-language special.

Fierce (Netflix Film) In this Polish movie, a young singer becomes a hit on a popular talent show where her dad is a judge.

Hazel Brugger: Tropical (Netflix Comedy Special) The stand-up comedian from Switzerland discusses chatty gynecologists and German bank loans.

To see the full December schedule, Click on the link.

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The Crown’ Season Five Will Enter a Tragic, Modern Era of the Royal Family

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The Crown’ Season four curtain closes on a Britain in which Margaret Thatcher is struggling against growing threats to her power, as Charles and Diana’s marriage continues to unravel publicly. The fourth season, richer with gripping interpersonal and emotional drama than some of its more politically-focused predecessors, was well worth the year long wait. Unfortunately, we may be waiting even longer for Season Five of the acclaimed Netflix series, which will follow the royal family into the late 1990s and early 2000s. Here’s everything we know about the upcoming season so far.

Who is in the cast for Season 5?

It feels like just yesterday we had to give a little royal wave goodbye to Claire Foy as the Queen in The Crown, but just like that, the sun has set on Olivia Coleman’s rendition of the role. At the close of Season Four, Coleman passes Queen Elizabeth’s crown to Imelda Staunton for the final two seasons of Netflix’s beloved historical drama.

So far, also joining the cast is Elizabeth Debecki as Princess Diana, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, and Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip. Dominic West is reportedly in talks to take over for Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles.

While the show had initially declared that Season Five would be its last, creator Peter Morgan announced in July that the final cast would get two seasons, just like the previous casts. As he told Deadline: “As we started to discuss the storylines for series 5, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story, we should go back to the original plan and do six seasons. To be clear, series 6 will not bring us any closer to present—it will simply enable us to cover the same period in greater detail.”

When will Season 5 be released?

Season Five is expected to begin filming in 2021, but won’t air on Netflix until 2022. We would have had to wait this long with or without the pandemic, though. “It’s a normal schedule for us because what happens is, as you’ve noticed, we filmed The Crown in two-season chunks, so we had Claire Foy for two seasons, we’ve now got Olivia Colman for two seasons,” said Peter Morgan. “And there was a gap year in there in which I frantically do a draft of all the scripts, and then I rewrite the scripts and polish the scripts after that—but at least we have a roadmap of where we’re going for the two seasons. And I said that there was no way that I could possibly do that and be showrunning the seasons if they were in production. You do need a gap year to get ahead with the writing.”

What will Season 5 cover?

Seasons Five and Six will follow the Royal drama into the 1990s and early 2000s. This is a period that spans the ruin of three of Elizabeth’s children’s marriages—Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, and Prince Charles all got divorced in this stretch of time. It will also arrive at Princess Diana’s tragic 1997 death in a Paris car crash, and possibly the 2002 death of Princess Margaret, as well. The series will not, however, arrive anywhere near present day or cover any recent news such as Prince Andrew’s connection to Jeffrey Epstein or Prince Harry and Meghan Markle giving up their royal titles. As creator Peter Morgan told the Hollywood Reporter:

I’m much more comfortable writing about things that happened at least 20 years ago. I sort of have in my head a 20-year rule. That is enough time and enough distance to really understand something, to understand its role, to understand its position, to understand its relevance. Often things that appear absolutely wildly important today are instantly forgotten, and other things have a habit of sticking around and proving to be historically very relevant and long-lasting. I don’t know where in the scheme of things Prince Andrew or indeed Meghan Markle or Harry will ever appear. We won’t know, and you need time to stop something being journalistic. And so I don’t want to write about them because to write about them would instantly make it journalistic. And there are plenty of journalists already writing about them. To be a dramatist, I think you need perspective and you need to also allow for the opportunity for metaphor.”

And now, back to aimlessly scrolling Netflix until 2022.

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These TV Shows Are Proven to Cure Your Boredom

Boredom hits everyone at different times, but it’s been especially prevalent during the isolating coronavirus pandemic. And while everyone knows a good trip outside can bring about a more positive mood and cure some of those listless feelings, it’s not always easy to do that, especially when you’re staying socially distant. Fortunately, new research concluded that you can get back in touch with nature without ever having to leave your house. In fact, a recent study has found that watching nature TV shows can actually cure boredom.

“Our results show that simply watching nature on TV can help to lift people’s mood and combat boredom,” Nicky Yeo, BSc, the lead researcher and a PhD student at the University of Exeter, said in a press statement. “With people around the world facing limited access to outdoor environments because of COVID-19 quarantines, this study suggests that nature programs might offer an accessible way for populations to benefit from a ‘dose’ of digital nature.”

However, as the study shows, you don’t necessarily need to actually be in nature to feel these effects.

“The real experience of being immersed in nature strongly implicates neural connections and positive alterations in mood. When this is not available, virtual nature is able to tap into these processes through analogous visual experiences and memories,” she explains. “Therefore, virtual nature mimics the effects of immersion in physical nature.”

And while the researchers specifically showed scenes from the Blue Planet II series produced by BBC Natural History, the study concludes that any nature program could likely bring about the same results.

Keep reading for some nature series you can stream now, and for more ways TV can help you.

Slide 2 of 8: Our Planet on Netflix takes viewers to 50 countries, showing the various ecosystems across Earth. And for more series to stream, these are The Best Netflix Shows Ever, According to Critics.

1. Our Planet

Our Planet on Netflix takes viewers to 50 countries, showing the various ecosystems across Earth.

Slide 3 of 8: Who can pass up watching Steve Irwin doing what he did best? This beloved nature show has five seasons streaming on Hulu. And for more beloved celebs we miss, discover What Alex Trebek Wanted for His Last Jeopardy! Episode.

2. The Crocodile Hunter

Who can pass up watching Steve Irwin doing what he did best? This beloved nature show has five seasons streaming on Hulu. 

Slide 4 of 8: This fascinating new series uses advanced technology to capture animals' lives at night, and is streaming on Netflix. And for more on our animal friends, check out these 25 Adorable Animals That Mate for Life.

3. Night on Earth

This fascinating new series uses advanced technology to capture animals’ lives at night, and is streaming on Netflix. 

Slide 5 of 8: You can catch Gathering Storm on Disney+. The show takes a look at some of the planet's fiercest storms through the experience of those who work at sea. And for more on some extreme storms, here are Hurricane Facts to Put You in Awe of Mother Nature.

4. Gathering Storm

You can catch Gathering Storm on Disney+. The show takes a look at some of the planet’s fiercest storms through the experience of those who work at sea.

Slide 6 of 8: This Netflix series may not be as calming as some of the others, but if you're looking for a more exciting glimpse of nature, this is it. The show looks at dangerous creatures and how they stack up against other predators. And for more scary animals, The Deadliest Animal to Humans in the World Will Shock You.

5. 72 Dangerous Animals

This Netflix series may not be as calming as some of the others, but if you’re looking for a more exciting glimpse of nature, this is it. The show looks at dangerous creatures and how they stack up against other predators.

6. Life Below Zero

This Disney+ show goes behind the scenes of those living deep in Alaska as they fight the freeze and brave the wild, with temperatures venturing far below zero.

7. Drain the Oceans

If you like learning about shipwrecks and what lies way down deep, Drain the Oceans is streaming on Disney+. This show exposes sunken cities, shipwrecks, and other wonders below the ocean water.


The top 5 Hallmark movies that will get you in the holiday spirit

a woman standing in front of a building: Silver Bells (Erik Heinila / (C)Hallmark Entertainment via Everett Collection)

© Erik Heinila Silver Bells (Erik Heinila / (C)Hallmark Entertainment via Everett Collection)

“Silver Bells” (2005)

Heartwarming story: A woman living in New York connects with a young man who’s run away from his dad, and when the father comes back a year later to sell his Christmas trees, he and the woman connect too.

Why it’s on the nice list: “This is one of the first of these films I saw, in 2005,” said Gray. “So it’s an older one for Hallmark, and it’s a little more dramatic. That’s what I lean into. It’s got all the right pieces — including a troubled kid — and it’s what got me hooked on these movies.”

a woman standing in front of Henry Winkler, Brooke Burns, Warren Christie posing for the camera: The Most Wonderful Time of The Year (Hallmark via Crown Media)

© Hallmark via Crown Media The Most Wonderful Time of The Year (Hallmark via Crown Media)

“The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” (2008)

Heartwarming story: Single mom Jen brings her business acumen to Christmas, but gets thrown for a loop when her uncle shows up with a stranger to their big holiday event.

Why it’s on the nice list: “I try to watch this every year, because it makes me laugh,” said Gray. “It’s fun, it’s wacky, and fast-paced. They made it right before they started making a ton of them every year, so the quality is a little higher.”

a person standing in front of Jaime King, Luke Macfarlane posing for the camera: The Mistletoe Promise (Ryan Plummer / (C)Hallmark Entertainment via Everett Collection)

© Ryan Plummer The Mistletoe Promise (Ryan Plummer / (C)Hallmark Entertainment via Everett Collection)

“The Mistletoe Promise” (2016)

Heartwarming story: Two strangers who aren’t really into Christmas make a pact to avoid being lonely during the holidays, by spending time together. But then things start to shift….

Why it’s on the nice list: “When I think of modern-day Hallmark with the formula and the tropes, this is the one that did it best and first,” says Gray. “This is a movie I turn to and say, ‘This is what Hallmark is.’ It’s a classic trope.”

Holiday for Heroes (Robert Clark / (C)Hallmark Entertainment via Everett Collection)

© Robert Clark Holiday for Heroes (Robert Clark / (C)Hallmark Entertainment via Everett Collection)

“Holiday for Heroes” (2019)

Heartwarming story: Two pen pals (a woman and a soldier) find they have lots in common in their letters. When he comes back stateside, though, their worlds collide in a romantic way.

Why it’s on the nice list: “It’s a sweet story where they make you feel like there’s already a spark between them because of the letters, but once they meet in person it amplifies,” says Gray.

a man standing in front of a christmas tree: Deliver By Christmas (Allister Foster / Crown Media via Hallmark)

© Allister Foster Deliver By Christmas (Allister Foster / Crown Media via Hallmark)

“Deliver by Christmas” (2020)

Heartwarming story: A baker and a widower hit it off initially, then end up finding a real connection through the phone when he calls her bakery to order … but doesn’t know it’s the woman he just sparked with. When they meet again, it’s as sweet as her pastries.

Why it’s on the nice list: “This is my favorite for now, it came out early this month,” says Gray. “Think of it as like a ‘P.S. I Love You’ type movie for the holidays. Big fun.”


The Best New Christmas Movies on Netflix

Netflix's new Christmas Chronicles 2 holiday movie

The full list of Netflix Christmas movies includes 17 new titles and we could not be more excited. While we hope they also bring back the classics from previous years, there’s nothing quite like finding a whole new plot to get lost in.

While each movie has its own holiday merit, I already have a few favorites on my must-watch list. At the top is Dash & Lily, a young adult novel series adaptation that follows two young people through the city of New York while they trade a notebook of personal truths and dares between them at various locations. It’s sweet, whimsical and full of that unique holiday romance. It’s set to premiere on November 10.

Another movie I’m looking forward to is Holidate, starring Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey, two strangers who make a pact to be each other’s “holiday date” for all relevant parties and get-togethers. It’s the perfect set up for all you rom-com lovers out there. Yeah, we might know exactly how it’s going to end, but…we just can’t help ourselves! Look for Holidate to premiere October 28.

The Full List of New Movies

Check out the entire list of Netflix Christmas movies for 2020 here:

  • Holidate, October 28
  • Operation Christmas Drop, November 5
  • Dash & Lily, November 10
  • Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, November 13
  • Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas, November 18
  • The Princess Switch: Switched Again, November 19
  • Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square, November 22
  • The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two, November 25
  • Sugar Rush: Christmas: Season 2, November 27
  • Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker, November 27
  • The Holiday Movies That Made Us, December 1
  • Tudo Bem No Natal Que Vem, December 3
  • The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 3, December 4
  • The Big Show Show: Christmas, December 9
  • Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love: Christmas, December 9
  • Home For Christmas: Season 2, TBA
  • How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding, TBA

Grab your favorite Christmas snacks. It won’t be long before it’s time to watch holiday movies!