Monday, November 4, 2019

Netflix Holiday Preview 2019



We're less than a week into November, and already the holiday season is calling. While it may be too soon to celebrate the holidays, it's certainly not too soon to prepare for the holidays. Preparing and celebrating are two different things.

To get us into the holiday spirit, the showbiz industry is more than ready to put us in the mood for mistletoe and holly.  Netflix is no exception. Here are Netflix's new holiday offerings for 2019!

First up is something that is already available as of Friday November 1st. In Holiday In The Wild, Kristen Stewart stars as a elite socialite who winds up spending her Christmas season in the African wilderness. Rob Lowe costars as a bush pilot who may or may not be her love interest.

He is.



Friday, November 8th brings the romantic teen comedy Let It Snow.  Based on the best-selling young adult novel, several high school seniors in a small town explore their romantic feelings as Christmas Eve approaches.



Also on November 8th, the popular Great British Baking Show: Holidays presents expert bakers competing to make the best Christmas confections.

On Friday November 15th, the animated movie Klaus debuts. This is a Santa origin story detailing Klaus's first go-round at delivering toys to a small, poor village with the help of a snarky mail carrier. I'm especially looking forward to this one!




On Thursday, November 21st, The Knight Before Christmas bows. Vanessa Hudgens plays a high school science teacher who meets a 14th-century knight who is magically transported to modern day. A time-traveling Christmas romance ensues.




The next day, Friday, November 22nd, the second holiday-themed edition of the amateur baking series Nailed It graces our screens with feeble but well-intentioned attempts at elaborate holiday cakes.




Thursday November 28th, Thanksgiving Day, brings two new programs. Holiday Rush is a movie about a recently widowed father who makes up for the loss of his wife and mother of his children by spoiling his kids with gifts. The family learns that being together is the greatest gift. Merry Happy Whatever is a comedic series starring Dennis Quaid as an overbearing dad who hosts his daughter and her new boyfriend for Christmas.






Black Friday, November 29th, presents yet another baking series, Sugar Rush Christmas. If you can't get enough of holiday baking shows, this is for you.



Finally, the third installment in the enormously popular Christmas Prince movies debuts Thursday, December 5th, The Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby. The reporter who married the prince in the previous movies is now having his baby. That pretty much sums it up!

Not all of these programs have their own trailer yet, so here is a collective trailer for all of these programs and more premiering this holiday season on Netflix.

Enjoy!



2 comments:

Bob Johns said...

Wow, Klaus looks really good! The rest maybe I'm a sucker for a good Christmas flick.

Phillyradiogeek said...

Hi Bob. I can't wait for Klaus! Holiday Rush and Merry Happy Whatever look like my kind of thing too.

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