Entertainment09 November 2020
To all the true believers,
Come November, the only question more divisive than asking whether you’re on the naughty or nice list is “when is too soon to deck the halls?” I say never, although I may be a little biased, but according to the elves at Netflix, the holiday season starts November 1 - the first day when seasonal streaming starts heating up.
So why am I here telling you about what’s on Netflix this holiday season? While my typical 9-5 (that’s PM to AM) has me making and delivering toys, I also day-light as Netflix CHO - Chief Holiday Officer. Through my yearly travels I’ve seen first hand what members across the globe are watching and enjoying (for me and Mrs. Claus it’s Sugar Rush) and despite countries having different traditions, one thing is clear: great stories can come from anywhere and be loved everywhere.
The elves have heard that Netflix holiday titles are enjoyed in all 190 countries where Netflix is available. In fact, I’m told last year around half of Netflix members watched at least one original holiday film during the holiday season.
As I sit down to double check my list, I thought I’d make another one to help get you in the spirit this year. I present (pun intended) a list of new and upcoming titles heading to Netflix soon that’ll bring you joy no matter your level of cheer.
A California Christmas - December 14
Sugar Rush Christmas: Season 2 - November 27
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays Season 3 - December 4
Chico Bon Bon and the Very Berry Holiday - December 3
Captain Underpants Mega Blissmas - December 4
Super Monsters: Santa's Super Monster Helpers - December 8
A Trash Truck Christmas - December 11
So grab a cup of cocoa and get cozy because Netflix is here for the holidays!