Imprint has gathered everything you could possibly need for your holiday viewing needs — except the snacks, you’ll have to get those yourself.
First up – what’s new on Netflix.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life came out in Nov. 26 and, if you have not seen it yet because you’ve been studying, that should be the first thing you spend time watching. You can also check out our review of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life review earlier in the section.
Netflix has released a list of what is coming out through the month of December, and it can be found with a quick Google search. Here’s part of that list:
• Beverly Hills Cop
• Holiday Engagement
• Honey I Shrunk the Kids
• Merry Kissmas
• Picture Perfect
• The Angry Birds Movie
• The Little Rascals
• The Legend of Bagger Vance
• The Spirit of Christmas
• Captive (Season 1)
• Club de Cuervos (Season 1)
• Fuller House (Season 2)
• Colony (Season 1)
• Nobel (Season 1)
• Versailles (Season 1)
• Call Me Francis (Season 1)
• Crazyhead (Season 1)
• No Second Chance (Season 1)
• Gabriel Inglesias: Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry
• Ten Percent (Season 1)
• The Break (Season 1)
• Travelers (Season 1)
• Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War
Holiday movies on Netflix
We all need some way to get in the holiday spirit and Netflix has some of the classics of the season. My personal favourite is: Christmas with the Kranks. You can also find How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Jingle All the Way, and The Nightmare Before Christmas on Netflix.
Is the holiday season complete without watching Elf? No, it really isn’t, and don’t fret — Netflix has that too.
If you’re heading to the U.S. and have access to American Netflix, make sure you check out Happy Christmas, starring Anna Kendrick and Lenna Dunham. It’s a great comedy that few know about.
What’s hitting the big screens for the holiday season?
If you haven’t seen them yet, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Moana are in theatres now!
The latest Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling romance La La Land hits theatres on Dec 2.
Journey into a galaxy far, far away once again to see the untold story about a band of rebels that investigate the Death Star in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story coming out Dec. 16, along with Collateral Beauty, the newest Will Smith tearjerker sure to be a hit.
Jennifer Lawrence takes on the big screen alongside Chris Pratt on Dec. 21 in the latest sci-fi thriller, Passengers. Also on Dec. 21, Assassin’s Creed and Sing come out.
On Christmas Day, you can check out Hidden Figures, which is about three black women who are vital to the launch of the 1969 Apollo 11 flight to the moon.