Netflix is the third (!!) installment of the Scottish love story “Castle for Christmas” and its “Princess Switch” rights. BET + has a lot of family fun with drama through “A Jenkins Family Christmas”. Like WarnerMedia’s CNN, HBO Max has been streaming the nostalgia of “8-bit Christmas” since late November. Lifetime joins the long-delayed Christmas trend with its first holiday-themed lesbian romance “Under the Christmas Tree”.
Then there is Hallmark, which gives Hallmark what it usually does and the pleasure of being easily digested by your significant other than it can handle.
If roma-com nostalgia is your Christmas cup of tea, be comfortable with cozy classics like “The Holiday” or “Love Actually”.
‘This is the season to give up the remote for love, the Grinches. But, there is a way for even the most reluctant to watch these films for fun: Holiday Movie Bingo.
Play for prizes. Make it a drinking game. Your choice. Either way, have fun.