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New Christmas movies on Netflix November 2021

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By - Reece Gaudens

Date 30-10-2021

Even though some people prefer to hold onto the fall season until after Thanksgiving, others can’t help but switch right into Christmas mode. If you’re the latter, there are so many movies coming to Netflix in November, including a number of great new Christmas movies.

The slate of Christmas movies coming to Netflix in November features a handful of children’s movies, some romance movies, and — of course — lots of new Netflix original movies. Stars like Nina Dobrev, Brooke Shields, and Vanessa Hudgens are helping us celebrate the season.

We’ve shared the full list of new Christmas movies on Netflix in November 2021, but we had to spotlight some of the best and biggest new releases leading the holiday season. If you’re starting to ring in Christmas early, here’s what you need to watch this month.

New Christmas movies
Between romantic comedies and animated family films, there’s something for everyone to watch on Netflix this November for Christmas.

Love Hard
Release Date: Nov. 5

Love Hard premieres on Netflix on Nov. 5, and it kicks off the new original holiday movie slate on the streamer. The Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev headlines this charming rom-com.

Dobrev plays a Los Angeles woman who travels across the country to surprise a guy she’s hit it off with on a dating app for Christmas. However, she soon discovers she’s been catfished. Love Hard also stars Never Have I Ever breakout Darren Barnet and Jimmy O. Yang.

The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star
Release Date: Nov. 18

Vanessa Hudgens returns for the third entry in the Princess Switch saga with The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star. Once again, the talented singer-actress will be tackling multiple roles for the second sequel to the fan-favorite Netflix Christmas movie.

A Boy Called Christmas
Release Date: Nov. 24

A Boy Called Christmas is a new family holiday movie that’s directly centered in the popular mythology surrounding Christmas that kids will absolutely love.

While this one isn’t animated, the movie tracks the origin story of Father Christmas as a young boy sets off on a journey with his pet mouse and a reindeer by his side to find his father. It’s an inspirational and uplifting new Christmas classic in the making.

A Castle for Christmas
Release Date: Nov. 30

Brooke Shields brings her charm to Netflix for A Castle for Christmas, in which she stars as an author with the hopes of purchasing a castle in Scotland, only to butt heads (and maybe fall for) the grouchy owner.

New Christmas movies on Netflix: Nov. 1
An Elf’s Story: The Elf on the Shelf
Elf Pets: Santa’s St. Bernards Save Christmas
My Dad’s Christmas Date
The Claus Family
New Christmas movies on Netflix: Nov. 5
Love Hard
New Christmas movies on Netflix: Nov. 7
Father Christmas Is Back
New Christmas movies on Netflix: Nov. 14
Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas Is You
New Christmas movies on Netflix: Nov. 15
Snowbound for Christmas
New Christmas movies on Netflix: Nov. 18
The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star
New Christmas movies on Netflix: Nov. 24
A Boy Called Christmas
New Christmas movies on Netflix: Nov. 26
A Castle for Christmas

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Quite the festive feast of viewing here. Definitely looking forward to watching A Boy Called Christmas, the trailer looks great :) 

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