It's only a few short days away from November, which means it's time to put away your pumpkins and bring out the twinkly lights and Christmas decorations. Starting November 1st, it's finally socially acceptable to blast Michael Buble, do some Christmas baking and of course, start binge-watching every single Christmas movie your heart desires.\nREAD ALSO: Netflix Is Releasing "The Christmas Prince 2" And Other New Cheesy Christmas Movies Next Month\nLast year, Netflix's original film A Christmas Prince was so horribly addictive that viewers across the country became obsessed with watching super cheesy Christmas films. Well, you can bet that Netflix took advantage of this and now they're releasing a bunch of new Netflix Original movies as well as some classics onto their streaming platform just in time for the holiday season.\nA Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding\nSince the original A Christmas Prince became so popular last year, Netflix decided to follow it up with a sequel. A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding follows the aftermath of their controversial romance. After Richard takes the crown, Amber prepares to wed him but is unsure if she's cut out to be Queen.\nA Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding will be out on Netflix on November 30th.\nLove Actually\nIt's not officially Christmastime unless you've watched Love Actually at least 10 times. Love Actually has to be on the of the best Christmas movies of all time. It's quickly become a classic to watch during the holidays - it's funny, romantic and so relatable.\nIf you didn't already know, Love Actually follows the lives of eight different couples dealing with love during Christmastime in London, England. Love Actually will be available on Netflix for the first time ever in November.\nThe Princess Switch\n@vanessahudgensembedded via\nThe Princess Switch is just as highly anticipated as A Christmas Prince 2. The Princess Switch stars Vanessa Hudgens, Sam Palladio and Nick Sagar. The story follows an ordinary Chicago baker and a soon-to-be princess that discover that they look like identical twins. They hatch a plan to trade places during Christmas.\nThe Princess Switch will be available on Netflix on November 16th. This super cheesy movie will definitely put you in the mood for the holidays.\nAngela's Christmas\n@bricelavillesaintmartinembedded via\nAngela's Christmas is a brand new Netflix Original film. The animated movie follows an adorable girl who inadvertently "steals" the baby Jesus from her church's Christmas display. This heartwarming movie has to be on your must-see list!\nAngela's Christmas releases on Netflix on November 1st.\nThe Christmas Chronicles\nThe Christmas Chronicles is another Netflix Original film that's premiering online next month just in time for the holidays. The movie follows a brother and sister that team up with Santa Claus himself for a holiday adventure.\nThe new Christmas movie comes from the makers of Harry Potter and Home Alone so it's sure to be amazing! The Christmas Chronicles releases on Netflix on November 22nd.\nBad Santa\nIf you aren't aware, Bad Santa is basically a Christmas classic. The film stars Billy Bob Thorton, Bernie Mac and Gilmore Girls' Lauren Graham. In the movie, a conman and his partner pose as Santa and his Little Helper while robing department stores on Christmas Eve.\nBad Santa was originally released in 2003 but will be added to Netflix's roster of Christmas movies in November.\nThe Holiday Calendar\nA photographer inherits a magical antique Advent calendar that helps her find romance and true love. The magical calendar answers her wishes and helps her find her way during Christmastime. The movie stars Kat Graham, Quincy Brown and Ethan Peck.\nThe Holiday Calendar will be released on Netflix on November 2nd.