30 best Christmas movies on Netflix in 2020
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You’re probably still making your way through the Halloween candy you treated yourselves to but the holidays stop for no one, so we’re skipping our way down turkey lane to get to the hollyest jolliest season of them all. That’s right, it’s time for this year’s winter wonderful Netflix holiday watch list!
The smell of pine may not be in the air just yet, but we’ve already got our holiday picks waiting for us when we’ve got time to relax with a cup of hot chocolate. Of course, there’s plenty of romance, it is cuffing season after all. Plus, a few classics, some fun the whole family can enjoy, and sugary baked goods to satisfy your sweet tooth.
It’s the season for giving, so this is our gift to you. We hope you enjoy any movies or shows you choose to tune into throughout the holidays. May you have more than a few laughs and smiles with loved ones and friends even if it’s at a distance. We recommend virtual Netflix parties, hang outs, and as much joy as you can stuff into a holiday movie marathon with the people that know you the best.
So, without further ado, go ahead and click through what we’ve got on deck for holiday viewing on Netflix.
Best Christmas movies on Netflix: Holidate
The holidays are a time for family. While we’re sure you’re not going to miss invasive questions from your aunts and uncles about when you’re going to be settling down or if you have a significant other this year, you may be wistful for the shenanigans that happen at large family events. That’s where the seasonal romantic comedy Holidate comes in.
Sloane (Emma Roberts) just really wants to get through the holidays without her family talking to her about their “well-meaning” concern over her being single. Jackson (Luke Bracey) is in the same predicament so, of course, the two are a match made in fake-dating heaven.
Taking a page out of her Aunt Susan’s (Kristen Chenoweth) playbook, Sloane and Jackson agree to be non-sexual holidates for each other because friends with benefits never work out and they want someone who knows that this is a platonic “hit it and quit it” situation.
Surely, because they made a pact, that means no pesky feelings will crop up unexpectedly. Obviously, this is strictly holiday business to ward off the questions and the “I know someone you may be interested in” conversations and set-ups. Clearly, nothing could possibly go wrong. Not a thing. We’re totally sure these two will not fall in love. So sure.