Kurt Russell, Goldie Hawn, Dolly Parton and Christine Baranski are among the stars set to deck the halls at Netflix this holiday season.
The streamer has unveiled its “Here for the Holidays” slate, and it includes more than 30 Christmas movies, TV shows and specials set to premiere between late October and mid-December. First up: the Emma Roberts rom-com Holidate (dropping Wednesday, Oct. 28). The film’s ensemble also includes Jessica Capshaw (Grey’s Anatomy), Manish Dayal (The Resident), Alex Moffat (Saturday Night Live), Frances Fisher (Watchmen) and Kristin Chenoweth (American Gods).
Come November, you’ll find Operation Christmas Drop (led by Vampire Diaries vet Kat Graham) and Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (starring Oscar winner Forest Whitaker), as well as sequels to The Christmas Chronicles (featuring the aforementioned Russell and Hawn) and The Princess Switch (starring Vanessa Hudgens, again in a dual role).
On the scripted series front, you have the new rom-com Dash & Lily (starring Euphoria‘s Austin Abrams), plus fresh episodes of The Great British Baking Show and Sugar Rush. Viewers will also get a chance to bid a proper adieu to cancelled family sitcoms Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love and The Big Show Show, both of which will conclude with Christmas-themed specials.
All told, you can look forward to more than two dozen original movies over the next two months. Combined with Hallmark and Lifetime’s varied offerings, you have 100 original films, TV shows and specials to choose from in 2020.
Scroll down to see Netflix’s complete lineup (including first-look photos and trailers), then hit the comments and tell us if any of the following titles spark yuletide cheer.