original Christmas movies on Netflix in 2019


All the holiday movies and shows coming to Netflix in 2019

It's beginning to look a lot like we're getting a ton of Christmas streaming content.


Brenden Gallagher


Posted on Oct 15, 2019   Updated on May 20, 2021, 1:23 am CDT

The Yuletide streaming race is in full swing, and there will be plenty of ways for you to stream Christmas cheer this year. Subscribers holding out for more original Christmas movies on Netflix will have their digital stockings stuffed with the service’s full slate of holiday offerings.

Clearly, Netflix has seen the success of the Hallmark Channel’s holiday programming and Freeform’s “25 Days of Christmas,” and now it wants to be a major player when it comes to Christmas content.

Here are all the original Christmas movies on Netflix and special holiday episodes that will be streaming under the mistletoe this year.

Christmas movies on Netflix: Original holiday releases in 2019

Nov. 1

Holiday in the Wild (film)

Kristin Davis plays a divorced Manhattanite who finds herself on a holiday safari in Africa.

Nov. 8

Let it Snow (film)

The teen party genre collides with the Christmas movie as a group of high school seniors makes the most of a Christmas Eve blizzard.

The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 2  (series)

The beloved pastry contest gets a second holiday special.

Nov. 15

Klaus (film)

A fresh animated take on the Santa story starring Jason Schwartzman as a exiled mailman and J.K. Simmons as the mysterious “Klaus.”

Nov. 21

The Knight Before Christmas (film)

A medieval knight gets transported to present-day Ohio and falls in love with a science teacher during the holidays.

Nov. 22

Nailed It! Holiday!: Season 2 (series)

Nicole Byer and Co. put a holiday twist on their baking fails with the help of a slew of celebrity guest judges.

Nov. 26

Super Monsters Save Christmas (kids & family)

The Super Monsters try to find Santa’s missing reindeer.

True: Winter Wishes (kids & family)

Can True find the Forever Frost and save the Rainbow Kingdom?

Nov. 28

Holiday Rush (film)

A popular New York DJ learns some humbling, heartwarming lessons about family during the Christmas season.

Merry Happy Whatever (series)

A tough patriarch (Dennis Quaid) has his beliefs put to the test by his daughter and her new struggling musician boyfriend in this heartwarming comedy.

Nov. 29

Sugar Rush Christmas (series)

A baking competition that crowns the best Christmas treats.

Dec. 2

Team Kaylie: Part 2 (Holiday Episode) (kids & family)

Kaylie takes a job working as a mall elf to buy Amber a special Christmas present, but things don’t go quite as planned.

Dec. 5

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby (film)

In the third Christmas Prince installment, the royals of fictional Aldovia are expecting a child.

Dec. 6

Magic For Humans: Season 2 (Holiday Episode) (series)

Magician Justin Willman embraces the holiday spirit with help from members of a real-life “Santa School.”

Spirit Riding Free: The Spirit of Christmas (kids & family)

A Christmas update on the horse film franchise features Lucky and her friends dealing with the aftermath of an avalanche.

Dec. 9

A Family Reunion Christmas (kids & family)

The McKellans return for a Christmas special where they learn valuable lessons about family, forgiveness, and empathy.

Dec. 24

Lost in Space: Season 2 (series)

The family-friendly sci-fi series launches its second season on Christmas Eve.

Dec. 30

Alexa & Katie: Season 3 (Holiday Episode) (kids & family)

Alexa and Katie balance relationships, work, and the holidays.


More Christmas movies on Netflix in 2019

Netflix has some other titles it’s set for re-release this holiday season.

Nov. 1

Christmas Break-In
Christmas Survival
Elliot the Littlest Reindeer
Holly Star
Santa Girl
The Christmas Candle
Christmas in the Heartland

Nov. 4

A Holiday Engagement
Christmas Crush
Dear Santa

Dec. 1

A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish

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*First Published: Oct 15, 2019, 3:48 pm CDT