Here’s when Love Actually will be available to stream…

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a fair bit of relaxing in front of the TV (stuffing sandwich in hand; dad snoring on the sofa next to you) watching festive films and TV shows – would it?

From classic movies like It’s a Wonderful Life to recent Downton AbbeyChristmas specials, there are so many options when it comes to choosing at-home entertainment throughout December.

Making it easier for us to pick our Christmassy viewing schedule is streaming site Netflix, which has handily published all of its festive content that’s either available to stream currently or set to become available soon.

Here’s our pick of the best. Happy viewing!

Love Actually

Whether your favourite bit is Martine McCutcheon and Hugh Grant finally having that festive smooch, or the sweet primary school rendition of All I Want for Christmas is You, this is one Christmassy movie that’s essential viewing in December.

Available to stream on Netflix from 14th December.

Outnumbered Christmas specials

Take a trip down memory lane and re-watch a couple of classic OutnumberedChristmas specials from 2009 and 2011. Nothing says Christmas like a dysfunctional family, right?

Available to stream on Netfix now.

Miracle on 34th Street

Warm the cockles of your heart by watching this 90s Christmas movie that’s stood the test of festive time. Good news – it’s already available to stream on Netflix. Never too early, is it?


The Royle Family: The New Sofa

This 2008 Christmas special featuring everyone’s favourite family is perfect viewing this time of year. Available to view on Netflix now.

Blackadder’s A Christmas Carol

Narrated by Hugh Laurie, this one-off festive episode is a parody of Charles Dickens’ famous Christmas-set novel – and while it was first broadcast on the BBC in 1988, we’re still revisiting it now. The show is available to stream currently.

Arthur Christmas

One for the whole family, Arthur Christmas is a joyous and heart-warming animated tale that may just have you reaching for the tissues. For the eager Christmas-lovers among your family, the film’s available to stream now.

(Images: Courtesy of Netflix) 

Written by : Megan Sutton

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