After the world absolutely frothed A Christmas Prince, the almighty gods at Netflix decided to up the ante – this time with not one, BUT THREE Christmas romantic comedies for us to watch, re-watch, and drunkenly watch this Chrissy.
Honestly, I’m just going to get straight to it because I am beyond excited for the holiday season.
The Holiday Calendar
The Holiday Calendar is about a ~ struggling ~ but talented photographer who inherits an antique holiday advent calendar. Of course, the calendar can somehow predict the future and might, might just lead its new owner to lurve.
LOCK IT IN.
Kat Graham, Ron Cephas Jones (This Is Us), Quincy Brown, and Ethan Peck star in the movie.
You might just recognise Graham as Bonnie from The Vampire Diaries and Peck as the new Spock from Star Trek: Discovery.
The Holiday Calendar will hit the streaming service on November 2.
The Princess Switch
Folks, we know about this GOODIE. This is the one that stars Vanessa Hudgens and Nashville‘s Sam Palladio and isn’t just a Chrissy romcom but a ROYAL WEDDING ROMCOM, TOO.
In this work of art, Margaret the Duchess of Montenaro switches places with Chicago peasant Stacy who looks exactly like her.
You know what happens next folks, Margaret falls in love with Stacy’s handsome co-worker and Stacey falls in love with Margaret’s fiancé, a PRINCE.
LOCK IT IN X 2.
The Princess Switch will land on Netflix, November 16.
STUNNING, STUNNING, STUNNING.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding
Rose McIver and Ben Lamb return to their ICONIC roles of Amber and Richard, this time to tie the knot in a royal Christmas wedding.
As Richard secures the ~ crown ~ and the Christmas royal wedding approaches, Amber finds herself second-guessing the whole thing… mostly because she’s not sure if she’s up for the whole queen thing.
Meanwhile, Richard faces a political crisis that has the power to not only RUIN Christmas but the future of the kingdom.
Alice Krige and Honor Kneafsey co-star.
LOCK IT IN X 3.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding will be available on Netflix come November 30.
You’re lying if this doesn’t make you even just a teensy bit warm and fuzzy on the inside.Image: Netflix