Entertainment A Christmas Prince 3! Klaus! All the Original Holiday Movies and Shows Coming to Netflix
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It's practically impossible to keep up with the sheer volume of new titles that hit Netflix every single month. From original programming to a revolving door of popular TV shows and movies, Netflix in September alone will introduce nearly 100 new titles for subscribers. And when you add that to an already sizable library of content, figuring out to watch can sometimes be a bit daunting. Given the absolute avalanche of content Netflix houses, many subscribers simply rely upon the streaming giant’s recommendation algorithm to determine what programs to watch next. And from my personal experience, the algorithm tends to be spot-on more often than it isn’t.
‘Tis the season!
On Tuesday, Netflix announced a new list of holiday-themed titles coming to the streaming service — giving Christmastime lovers plenty of content to cuddle up and watch by the fire.
Aptly titled “It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Netflix,” 29 new movies and shows will premiere on the platform starting in November.
Here is everything fans can expect to see on Netflix:
Available November 1:
Holiday in the Wild: A recently separated Kate Conrad (Kristin Davis) embarks on a solo safari through Africa. When she meets a local pilot (Rob Low) she decides to extend her trip through Christmas and begins to fall in love with nature — and possibly a new man.
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With Apple, Disney and others about to launch streaming services, content costs are bound to rise, says Reed Hastings."It's a whole new world starting in November," Hastings said at the conference, according to Reuters. The increasingly crowded streaming field will lead rival platforms to compete for the best content and talent, he added.
Elliot the Littlest Reindeer
Christmas in the Heartland
Available November 4:
A Holiday Engagement
Available November 8:
Let It Snow: Based on the best-selling book by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle, a group of high school seniors lives change forever when a snowstorm hits and causes friendships and romances to collide — not to mention, there’s a stranded pop star, an epic party and a stolen keg.
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 2: Santa shaped cookies? Mint biscuits? The popular baking competition show is back with a holiday spin.
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Apple is making cinema alliances that would allow theater debuts for films created for its online streaming service set to launch in November, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday. The Journal cited anonymous sources as saying Apple hoped theatrical releases would boost the prestige of the service and help attract top film-industry talent to Apple TV+.
Available November 15:
Klaus: Starring, J.K. Simmons, Jason Schwartzman, Rashida Jones, Joan Cusack, the animated film follows a rejected postal academy student who is stationed on a frozen island above the Arctic Circle. When he slowly but surely starts making friends with some of the locals, Christmas cheer begins to spread around an otherwise drab town.
Available November 21:
The Knight Before Christmas: The film follows an English knight (Josh Whitehouse) who is transported from the medieval era to the present day by a process. As he works to seek out his true quest and fulfill his destiny, he finds himself falling for a caring high school Science teacher (Vanessa Hudgens) who is disillusioned by love.
Available November 22:
Nailed It! Holiday!: Season 2: Bakers are put to the test when they are tasked with recreating some of the holiday season’s most complicated desserts.
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Available November 26:
Super Monsters Save Christmas
True: Winter Wishes
Available November 28:
Merry Happy Whatever: The Quinn family Christmas is disrupted when youngest daughter Emmy (Bridgit Mendler) arrives home from L.A. with a new, musician boyfriend (Brent Morin). Patriarch Don (Dennis Quaid) does everything he can to maintain his Christmas cheer while dealing with the new boyfriend.
Available November 29:
Sugar Rush Christmas: Judges Hunter March, Candace Nelson and Adriano Zumbo will be joined by guest judges Tiffani Thiessen, Liza Koshy, Donal Skehan, Jeanine Mason, Amirah Kassem and Olympic Gold Medalist Meryl Davis come together to taste three rounds of treats over three rounds in the baking competition show.
Available December 1:
A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish
Available December 2:
Team Kaylie: Part 2 (Holiday Episode)
Available December 5:
: The latest installment in the franchise follows the beloved Queen Amber (Rose McIver) and King Richard (Ben Lamb) as they prepare to take some time off from ruling Aldovia to get ready for the birth of their first child.
Available December 6:
Spirit Riding Free: The Spirit of Christmas: Lucky and her friends go into the city to find a Christmas gift — but their journey back is disrupted by an unexpected avalanche.
Magic For Humans: Season 2 (Holiday Episode)
Available December 9:
A Family Reunion Christmas
Available December 30:
Alexa & Katie: Season 3 (Holiday Episode)
The legend of Klaus: Netflix already celebrates Christmas with a magic animation film
In a little over two months, Santa Claus will bring happiness to millions of children around the world by redecorating the feet of as many firs. And to put us in the mood, Netflix is about to put online The legend of Klaus, his own animated film Christmas.
Victim of the anger of its subscribers following theA magical Christmas movie on Netflix on its platform, has tried to calm the spirits by putting on line the trailer of The legend of Klaus, his very first animated film expected on November 15th. Mission successful? Totally.
You can discover it below, the result looks visually bluffing with a graphical return to 2D as we make unfortunately (almost) more. It must also be said that it was Sergio Pablos who was chosen to make this film, he who was already behind the incredible graphics of The Planet Treasure (2002) or Rio (2011).
Plus, the story should also be wonderful to follow live from our couch with a cup of chocolate in one hand and M & Ms in the other. In the program ? Jesper, a totally void postman, will land in a village where everyone hates each other. Aware that it will be difficult for him to have a job because nobody is writing, he will imagine an incredible plan with a certain Klaus, an old bearded man who likes to make toys in his cabin, without succeeding in their find a usefulness ...
You will understand, The legend of Klaus will aim to reinvent the origins of Christmas and it looks like magic.
The Legend of Klaus, our first animated feature film, is just as many motions as a classic Christmas movie, but without songs or glitter.
And it's available on November 15th.- Netflix United Kingdom (@NetflixEN)
Disney Plus will let you keep your downloads even if titles leave service .
Even if your favorite Disney flick drops from Disney's service, your download of it will still be available to watch offline so long as you're a subscriber.But as long as somebody remains a subscriber to Disney Plus, any titles they've downloaded free on the Disney Plus app will remain to watch offline, no matter what happens to their availability to stream directly, Disney CEO Bob Iger said Tuesday, speaking at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit.
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