The Binge Watching Sensations That are Sweeping the Nation: A Holiday Special

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The Binge Watching Sensations That are Sweeping the Nation: A Holiday Special

Lydia Engel

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Ah, December. The perfect month to stay inside from the bitter cold and curl up on the couch while neglecting your work, chores, homework, and responsibilities by excessively watching your favorite show. Whether or not you binge the Mandalorian or Stranger Things, Disney+ and Netflix will fulfill your winter wonderland dreams of staying inside and doing absolutely nothing.

In the Christmas spirit, Disney+ offers a variety of wintery wonders to enjoy. A few of these movies include A Christmas Star, Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas, 12 Dates of Christmas, Disney’s A Christmas Carol, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, One Magic Christmas, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish. Disney+ also gives us Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas, Mickey’s Christmas Carol, The Ultimate Christmas Present, Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas, Good Luck Charlie: It’s Christmas, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Pluto’s Christmas Tree, Noelle, Home Alone 1, 2, and 3, Santa Clause 1, 2, and 3, Babes in Toyland, Miracle on 34th Street, and Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups and ‘Twas the Night. Disney+ is helping us to never leave our couch again this holiday season. 

Disney+ isn’t the only streaming site gracing us with Christmas movie favorites, Netflix has once again stepped up to the plate. A few of the holiday specials they give us are How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Klaus, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch, The Christmas Chronicle, Christmas with the Kranks, Home for Christmas, Holiday Secrets, Three Days of Christmas. They’re also giving us Spirit Riding Free: Spirit of Christmas, A Family Reunion Christmas, A Christmas Prince, Christmas Inheritance, A Chrimas Prince: The Royal Wedding. Don’t forget to watch Christmas Break-In, The Holiday Calendar, Christmas Wedding Planner, Christmas With A View, The Princess Switch, The Knight Before Christmas, The Christmas Chronicles 2, and a few more.

If you don’t feel like watching endless amounts of Christmas movies, there are several more series and movies coming to Netflix. Season 1 of the new Netflix series The Witcher comes out December 20th. A limited series called Don’t **** with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer comes out on the 18th. Lost in Space season 2 will be ready to watch on Christmas Eve. January 1st will bring The Circle, Messiah and Spinning Out. December 20th brings The Two Popes and January 10th brings AJ and the Queen. Don’t forget to look out for the other endless amounts of shows and series Netflix and Disney+ that will arrive this happy holiday season. Merry Christmas/happy Haunaka/happy Kwanzaa/New Year!