32 Netflix Christmas Movies 2020 — Holiday Films on Netflix 2020
As the temperature drops and the holidays near, there are few things as perfect as snuggling up on the sofa with a cup of cocoa in your hand, your favorite people by your side, and the best Netflix Christmas movies on your TV. Whether you kicked off your holiday movie viewing on Nov. 1, have been waiting for a snowy day to host your family’s annual Christmas movie marathon, or save the festive films for Christmas day Netflix is here to give you all the holiday cheer and, yes, a little cheese (because what’s a holiday movie without a cliche, but heart-warming plot?)
The streaming platform has countless Christmas movies you and your family can enjoy throughout the holiday season — or really, any time of year. From kid-friendly Christmas movies, to religious holiday films, to festive comedies, Netflix’s collection of Christmas films has it all. There are plenty of family-friendly movies that will please your toddler, teen, and in-betweens. There are even some romantic Christmas movies on the list, in case you and your partner want a holiday date night once the kids are in bed. And with Netflix’s new party extension, you can even do a virtual movie marathon with your friends.
Since there are so many holiday movies to choose from, your movie night could easily become a weekend-long movie marathon, with some Christmas treats or healthy holiday snacks, of course. So get ready to get in the spirit, because the best Christmas movies on Netflix are bound to bring you holiday cheer all season long.
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‘Christmas with a View’
The restaurant manager at a ski resort finds herself reeling from a business failure when a new celebrity chef takes on the head chef role. And although they start out at odds, they end up having more in common than they first thought.
After their parents die, sisters Lyla and Miranda bring their families together to celebrate the holidays at their dilapidated country house. But rivalries don’t take a holiday in the countryside.
‘Holiday in the Wild’
After Kate’s husband suddenly ends their marriage, she embarks on a solo trip to Africa for their would-be second honeymoon. There, she meets Derek, and they rescue a baby elephant together.
When Izzy is left alone at school after a blizzard hits, she discovers three thieves who have taken shelter in the empty school. So, naturally, she decides to save the day.
‘The Knight Before Christmas’
She had given up on finding love, and then a literal knight — shining armor, sword, and all — shows up days before Christmas.
Detective Mackenzie Bennett goes undercover to get close to a suspected diamond thief. But into her mission, she discovers new clues — and new feelings for him.
Fed up with being single on the holidays, two strangers agree to be each other’s platonic plus-ones all year. But, of course, they catch feelings along the way.
What happens when Santa’s only daughter flees the family business and her arranged marriage to Jack Frost? A combination of comedy and family drama.
‘A Bad Moms Christmas’
Three moms rebel against their Christmas duties and decide not to create the perfect holidays for their families. But when their moms show up, it gets harder to stick to their plan.
‘El Camino Christmas’
A group of five people get barricaded during an alleged liquor store robbery on Christmas Eve. While stick, they forming an unexpected bond by sharing their secrets.
‘A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish’
A holiday version of the classic tale. After Katherine’s dad dies, the aspiring singer is left in the care of her evil stepmother and sisters But when she starts working as an elf at a Christmas tree lot, she find her own holiday miracle.
A broke puppeteer returns home for the holidays in search of the secret treasure she’s heard is buried somewhere under her town.
Starring A Million Little Thing‘s Romany Malco, the film follows a DJ who must bring holiday cheer to his family after being fired.
This 2020 telling of a classic gives a little more insight into the Grinch’s dastardly plan to ruin Christmas.
‘Let It Snow’
Netflix’s most recent original movie tells the story of kids affected by a snowstorm on Christmas Eve. This may seem like a dream, but it causes more drama than you’d expect.
‘Christmas Wedding Planner’
Weddings seems to always bring trouble, especially around the holidays. In this movie, a wedding planner is approached by a private investigator who tried to turn her career — and family — upside down.
‘Puppy Star Christmas’
Music, mischief, and adorable animals? How could you not love this story about rock star puppies trying to save Christmas?
This PG-rated film will have the whole family laughing over the unfortunate situations Santa seems to get himself into.
What could possibly be cuter than a Christmas-themed movie about cute cats?
‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’
This mystical and magical take on the classic Nutcracker will have any viewer wishing they were able to take part in this Christmas fairy tale.
‘The Christmas Project’
Watch how these four mischievous brothers learn about the true meaning of Christmas with this funny favorite.
‘Christmas in the Heartland’
Two strangers switch places to experience two favorite different lives during the holiday season.
‘The Holiday Calendar’
After receiving a mysterious Advent calendar from her grandfather, Abby soon realizes every gift she receives from it is a clue about what is going to happen to her that day. Will she land the boyfriend? What about her dream job? Tune in to find out.
‘The Princess Switch’
When a soon-to-be princess wants to see what it’s like living a normal life, a nearly identical baker agrees to switch places with her for two whole days. You can probably guess that things don’t exactly go according to plan.
‘The Christmas Chronicles’
All Teddy and Kate Pierce wanted for Christmas was to catch Santa Claus on camera. But when jolly old St. Nick accidentally crashes his sleigh, the siblings are right there to rescue him.
‘A Christmas Prince’
The 2020 viral Christmas sensation is still on Netflix and ready for you to re-watch. For those of you who missed it, the movie is about a journalist who gets assigned the royal family beat and falls for the prince of a made-up kingdom. How very Meghan Markle of her.
‘A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding’
Everyone knows that securing the crown is only the beginning. The sequel to A Christmas Prince is filled with all of the romance, politics, and drama viewers saw in the first movie. And who doesn’t love a royal wedding?
‘A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby’
We didn’t think our favorite movie would get a sequel, let alone a third installment in this royal series. The wedding is over, and now a baby will make three at Prince Richard and Amber’s Aldovia castle.
‘Christmas in the Smokies’
What do you do when your family’s berry farm is in trouble and you happen to be beautiful and single? Why, you call your country singer ex-boyfriend to star in a local Christmas concert, and fall in love in the process, of course.
‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’
To be honest, the CGI in this movie leaves something to be desired. But it’s a good one for kids, and Jim Carrey doesn’t disappoint as Christmas time’s most famous grump.
Ellen is about to inherit her dad’s mega company, but before he’ll hand over the reigns he makes her travel to their small hometown. And take one guess what happens … yep, she learns the value of hard work and falls in love.
’48 Christmas Wishes’
This movie’s plot is perfection: two elves are sent to save the day when an entire town’s letters to Santa are ruined — and they get to work making everyone’s wishes come true. Cute, right? Right!
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