It's time to get into the Holiday spirit, babe!
You can start by watching this season's best Holiday Movies & series releases of 2022. From romcoms & adaptations from family classics to more intense action films.
Falling for Christmas (Movie | Netflix)
Ofc we are adding the return of Lilo to the screen into this list! We have already watched it, and if you haven't, don't worry because you can stream it on Netflix. In the new Lindsay Lohan Christmas movie, she plays a hotel heiress who suffers amnesia after a ski accident. She gets rescued by a lodge owner, where she experiences the typical development of a Christmas movie protagonist.
We loved the Holiday aesthetic & the fantastic outfits. We're not gonna lie, it's cringy, but it's Lindsay! Come on; you need to watch it!
Menorah in the Middle (Movie | Hulu)
Sarah is heading home for Hanukkah with her fiancé Chad to meet her parents. Then, she discovers that her family's bakery is in danger of closing down & her father has a heart attack because, plot twist, her boyfriend is the one planning on taking over the family business. She finds Ben, an old school friend, and together they try to make everything ok again. You can watch it on Hulu.
The Santa Clauses (Series | November 16 on Disney Plus)
Scott Calvin is back, y'all! Our inner child is more than ready to watch Tim Allen's return as Santa this November 16 on Disney Plus. The Holiday series will focus on Scott retiring as Santa on his 65th birthday & finally being able to spend Christmas with his family. But, in the trailer, we discover that plans can change suddenly, even for Mr. Claus.
Christmas with You (Movie | November 17 on Netflix)
We're super excited to see Freddie Prinze Jr. in the new Netflix Holiday movie Christmas with You this November 17. Angelina (Aimee Garcia) is a pop star forced to jingle bell her way to write a Christmas hit song; that's when she finds a social media video about one of her fans saying she wants to meet Angelina for her quinceañera. She goes to her hometown, where she finds love & inspiration.
A Christmas Story Christmas (Movie | November 17 on HBO Max)
The threequel comes 10 years after the previous movie, but let's remember that it all began in 1983 with the Holiday classic A Christmas Story. This storyline will take place 30 years later and will be set in the mid-'70s. The Parker family is back, and you can see in the trailer that it has a lot of references to previous movies. Ready to rekindle the Holiday magic?
Spirited (Movie | November 18 on Apple Tv)
Ryan Reynolds as Scrooge? Yes, and we're here for it! Spirited also stars Will Ferrel and Octavia Spencer in the Apple musical A Christmas Carol streaming November 18 and premiering in theaters starting November 11. All the ghosts will try to change Ryan into a positive force for humanity in the classic Dickens tale.
Disenchanted (Movie | November 18 on Disney Plus)
We know this is not strictly a Holiday movie, but it will be filled with magic & watching Giselle turn into an evil stepmother sounds like something that would happen over a Holiday getaway. You can stream it on Disney plus on November 18 & enjoy the original cast with Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, and Idina Menzel.
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays, Season 5.
(Serie | November 18 on Netflix)
Baking cookies & pies are a must-have on every Holiday bucket list; that's why streaming season 5 of GBBO is such a great idea; you'll get a bunch of fresh new recipes & Holiday inspiration. But if you are more of a "watch from afar" kind of gal, you can still watch it because it is the perfect comfort Holiday show.
The Noel Diary (Movie | November 24 on Apple Tv)
Another Netflix Holiday movie? Yes, you'll be Holiday streaming a lot in the next couple of days, babe. The Noel diary will be available to stream on November 24. The film, starring Justin Hartley, follows a man who returns home for the Holidays to settle his late mother's estate. He meets Rachel (Barret Doss), and together they try to solve their past while they fall in love.
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (Movie | December 2, on Netflix)
This December 2, on Netflix, you'll be able to watch another take on Charles Dickens's classic, A Christmas Carol. If you love animated movies, this will be your jam! Pay attention to the trailer because some familiar voices exist, like Luke Evans, Jessie Buckey, Olivia Colman, and Jonathan Pryce.
Violent Night (Movie | December 2, on Movie Theaters)
Every now & then, we need a little bit of violence & action to balance the Holiday cheer, and that's exactly what this movie will do for you. The dark comedy premiers on December 2, starring David Harbour, (Jim Hopper from Stranger Things), Beverley D'Angelo, Cam Gigandet, and John Leguizamo. David will not be a typical mall Santa; this is an R-rated movie, where a wealthy family needs to be rescued for the Holidays.
Things you can do while streaming your Holiday movie marathon:
Now that you know where to watch holiday movies, here are some hairtivities you can do to mane-tane your hair in optimal conditions for the Holidays while streaming your favorite selection of this list.