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Netflix’s 2021 Holiday Lineup Has Been Announced And It’s Fabulous

Netflix is doing the most when it comes to a festive season at home as it announced its latest movie line-up.

If, like me, you’re a fan of cheesy movies, you’ll love this next slate.

The Princess Switch is back with a third instalment, now – I’m going to be honest; I enjoyed the first but thought “how could they possibly make a second!?” after hearing news of a part two… Now that news is out that the production team have cooked up a third has me slightly dubious, but I’m sure it’ll be a good watch, nonetheless.

Another film that I’m excited to watch is A Castle for Christmas, set for release in November, this romcom tells the story of a woman who wants to buy a castle in Scotland for Christmas. I’m expecting full ‘The Holiday’ vibes from this one…

For those who aren’t fans of the festive season, Netflix has still catered to you as there are a bunch of films and TV shows that will fit the bill, and will surely keep you entertained.

Below is a list of movies you can expect from September right through to December.

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Afterlife of the Party, release date: September 02

Worth, release date: September 03

Blood Brothers: Malcom X & Muhammad Ali, release date: September 09

Kate, release date: September 10

Nightbooks, release date: September 15

Schumacher, release date: September 15

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Intrusion, release date: September 22

The Starling, release date: September 24

My Little Pony: A New Generation, release date: September 24

Sounds Like Love, release date: September 29

No One Gets Out Alive, release date: September 29


The Guilty, release date: October 01

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Diana: The Musical, release date: October 01

There’s Someone Inside Your House, release date: October 06

Found, release date: October 20

Night Teeth, release date: October 20

Stuck Together, release date: October 20

Army of Thieves, release date: October 29

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Fever Dream, release date: TBC

Hypnotic, release date: TBC


The Harder They Fall, release date: November 03

Love Hard, release date: November 05

Passing, release date: November 10

Red Notice, release date: November 12

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tick, tick…BOOM!, release date: November 19

Bruised, release date: November 24

Robin Robin, release date: release date: November 24

14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible, release date: November 29

A Castle for Christmas, release date: TBC

The Princess Switch 3, release date: TBC

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A Boy Called Christmas, release date: TBC

7 Prisoners, release date: TBC


Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas, release date: December 03

The Unforgivable, release date: December 10

The Hand of God, release date: December 15

Don’t Look Up, release date: December 24

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The Lost Daughter, release date: December 31

Single All the Way, release date: TBC

Back to the Outback, release date: TBC

Mixtape, release date: TBC

My top Netflix festive season picks of all time have to be: The Holiday, The Christmas Chronicles (first installment), Holiday in the Wild, Christmas Inheritance, Knight Before Christmas and Christmas Made to Order.

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