Netflix unveils all of its Christmas movies for the festive season

Netflix unveils all of its Christmas movies for the festive season

Christmas is coming, and we all know what that means: Boxing Day movie binges. Yes, there's no better time to get nice and cosy the day after the roast has been eaten and the presents opened. But if you'd rather not watch It's A Wonderful Life and Love Actually for the 100th time then don't worry: Netflix has you covered.

Yes, the streaming service has just released a trailer for all the Christmas movies they're planning on releasing over the holidays - perfect to get you in the festive spirit. Let's take a look at what's on offer.

Check out the preview of Netflix's upcoming Christmas movies:

First up on November 1 is Holiday In The Wild, starring Rob Lowe and Kirstin Davis. The story concerns a recently-dumped woman named Kate, who goes on a trip to Africa for a solo safari. While in Zambia, she helps her pilot, Derek (Rob Lowe), rescue an orphaned baby elephant, and nurse him back to health at a local sanctuary over Christmas. While there, Kate learns to enjoy life again and begins to fall for Derek as well.

Then comes Let It Snow on November 8, based on the best-selling book by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle, which tells the story of a group of high school students, whose lives are changed forever when a snowstorm hits their sleepy little town.

Next comes The Knight Before Christmas on November 21, which sees a medieval knight be teleported by magic to present-day Ohio during the holiday season. There, he befriends Brooke (Vanessa Hudgens), a science teacher who has been having problems with her love life, and as Brooke struggles to help Sir Cole complete his quest, she realises he might be the man she's been looking for.

Then on November 28 comes Merry Happy Whatever, starring Dennis Quaid. This movie follows a father Don, who struggles to connect to his youngest daughter Emmy's new boyfriend Matt over Christmas.

Check out the official trailer for Klaus below:

Personally, I think all these movies sound fantastic. I can't wait for Christmas to come soon!