Looking for something to watch on Netflix during the Christmas season?
Well, we’ve got you covered, as we’re highlighting some of the best series and films to watch on the streaming platform for those cold winter nights – brought to you by fourstarpizza.ie.
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There has been so much new content added to Netflix just in time for the festive season, with Christmas classics to new favourites, and much more now available on the streaming platform.
Take a look:
The Christmas classic we’ve all been waiting for has finally been re-added to Netflix for the festive season.
This 2003 rom-com is a favourite amongst millions, and contains some of the most heartwarming and hilarious scenes in film history.
With a star-studded cast including Liam Neeson, Hugh Grant and Alan Rickman, Love Actually is the perfect film to watch this December.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Holi-Slay Spectacular
Just when we thought RuPaul’s Drag Race couldn’t get any better, the iconic drag queen brings out a Christmas special.
For the first time ever, Drag Race has a festive episode with the return of some of our favourite queens.
Latrice Royale, Shangela and Kim Chi are just some of the legendary competitors from past-seasons who are battling it out to be crowned ‘Christmas Queen.’
Nailed It! Holiday!
The hilarious baking competition is back with a very festive episode.
As bakers are given the task of recreating treats with a particularly Christmasy theme, and they run into just a few problems along the way.
If you want to feel a little bit better about your failed Christmas baking attempts, then you definitely need to watch this.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale
The creepy series has taken its own twist on a classic Christmas special, as the new episode explores some terrifying ideas.
With dolls who come to life and unwelcome guests, A Midwinter’s Tale will show you a whole other side to the festivities.
While the mortals celebrate the holiday as normal, The Church of Night celebrates the Winter Solstice.
If you’re looking for the perfect feel-good movie then look no further, as Dumplin’ is Netflix’s latest film to get rave reviews across the globe.
The empowering film tells the story of a plus-size teenager who signs up for her mother’s beauty pageant as a protest.
In an amazing turn of events, the teen’s protest results in a huge change in the pageant, and also in her small Texas town.
The gangster drama is based on the Rizzuto family, an infamous family of gangsters in Montreal who emerged in the 1970s.
While the first series of the thrilling drama has been released on Netflix, a second series has already aired on Canadian television and fans are eager to see if it will hit the streaming service as well.
The second season is mostly fictional, as a lot of the content is not directly based on the Rizzuto family.
If you’re looking for a laugh, then Netflix’s brand new comedy show with Jimmy Carr, D.L. Hughley and Katherine Ryan is perfect.
The hilarious show sees the comedians with a host of different celebrities, as they try to tackle the ‘world’s problems.’
The celebs chat about topics such as social media, the gender pay gap and global warming.