The Best New Christmas Movies on Netflix to Watch

When it comes to Christmas movies, we all know and love the classics like Home Alone, Nightmare Before Christmas, Elf, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and more. Most of us have the Christmas tradition of re-watching some of these movies around the holidays. However, in the last two years, there have been many new Christmas movies on Netflix. While we love the classics we saw as kids, some of these new Christmas Movies on Netflix are worth your time. Plus they will eventually become the classic favorites of Kids today. So, if you’re looking for something fun and relaxing to watch this holiday season, check out these 10 new feelgood Christmas movies on Netflix!

Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

Jingle Jangle is one of my absolute favorite new Christmas movies on Netflix! The entire movie is a delightful sequence of beautiful music, a charismatic cast, and a charming story. The set makes you feel like you’ve been transported into the most magical storybook land. The story takes you on a journey of wonder, curiosity, and hilarity. And yes, just as in everything else, Forest Whitiker is excellent in this! Watch the trailer below


This Academy award-nominated animated movie tells the story of how kindness can go a long way, especially during the holidays. It’s an excellent telling of the classic tale of Christmas and the spreading of holiday cheer.

The Christmas Chronicles

Thanks to this movie, Santa is not just some old guy who says Ho Ho Ho (It’s a myth). Santa who is played by Kurt Russel is cool, funny, sassy, no-nonsense taking, and a great singer. Watching him magically cruise through the clouds in his sleigh being pulled by his majestic Reindeer is a sight to behold. I wish this movie came out when I was a kid because it would have absolutely blown my little daydreaming mind. It still does. Check it out.

The Christmas Chronicles 2

The Christmas Chronicles 2 stars, Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn, as Mr. and Mrs. Clause. Goldie Hawn completely stole the show. There’s a lot of action and magic going on, but every scene Mrs. Clause is in becomes an instant favorite. This movie has twice as much action as the first, cute elves scurry around Mrs. Clauses village like puppies at a playground, a Reindeer fights a Yule Cat, and then drinks soup. You got to see it.


The Princess Switch

In The Princess Switch, it looks like everything is going to come tumbling down in chaos but everything works out perfectly. Everyone finds love, and everyone becomes royalty. Because it’s Christmas! It’s a feel-good movie that takes its mission very seriously. Vanness Hudgens plays both roles well and it’s fun to watch.

The Princess Switch 2: Switched Again

The Princess Switch has a sequel because why not?! The story returns this time with even more roles for Hudgens to play. You probably know how the story going to end but that doesn’t stop you from enjoying the movie regardless. It’s fun and entertaining.

Holiday Rush

This is a holiday movie with an important lesson for kids to learn. It’s full of many feel-good moments and jokes and it’s only an hour and a half long.

A Christmas Prince (1, 2 & 3)

A Christmas Prince, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding, and A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby. You could watch any one of three A Christmas Prince movies in any order and still enjoy it. It’s a predictable Christmas movie with an overused plot of an American girl who meets a prince and falls in love. However, it’s a feel-good movie, it’s funny, and it’s very very Christmas-themed.

The Holiday Calendar

This movie brings to life a classic Christmas tradition: The advent calendar. But it’s not just an advent calendar. It has magic and it seems to predict the future of the main character played by Kat Graham. It’s a sweet romance Christmas movie that stays grounded in tradition.

Let it Snow

This is a charming teenage/young adults themed Christmas movie and is based on the best selling novel Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances. It features a talented cast that includes Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) and Jacob Batalon (Spiderman) and a lot more. The cast is really what really makes the movie so if you want to see your favorites in a feel-good Christmas movie set in a snowy town then grab your popcorn and get started.

Jiji Ugboma

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Jiji is a writer, entrepreneur, and digital marketing specialist based in New York. She writes about personal development, self-actualization, mental health, and creativity as they relate to the quarter-life crisis experiences of millennials and gen-z. She has a deep love for quirky podcasts, coffee, and chocolate desserts.

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