The Christmas holidays are right around the corner, bringing with them tons of holiday cheer and unfortunately a lot of snow that'll make you want to stay inside. Luckily, we have access to so much content right at our fingertips to enjoy while hiding in from the cold. Here are five Christmas movies on Netflix Canada and Disney+ with sequels to binge-watch this month.

Netflix

A Christmas Prince

The first movie starring Rose McIver as Amber and Ben Lamb as Prince Richard came out in 2017 and was followed in 2018 with a sequel, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding. Fans loved them so much that this year Netflix dropped A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, which follows Amber's journey after becoming a queen and having a baby with her new husband. 

Pup Star

If you love puppies and are especially smitten by ones that talk and have a mind of their own, you should definitely add these two films by director Robert Vince. Pup Star came out in 2016 and was followed by Puppy Star Christmas in 2018 which introduced new dogs into the Air Bud family. 

Disney+

The Santa Clause 

The original 1994 movie starring Tim Allen is a classic holiday film to pop on during the holidays. Luckily, your first Christmas with Disney+ will make it even easier since they have both sequels on the platform too. The Santa Clause 2 premiered in 2002, and The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause came out four years later. 

Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas

Disney is not complete without the Mickey Mouse family and if you're in the mood for something sweet, then check out the 1999 original, Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas. The sequel called Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas came out five years later and continued following the adventures of Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, and all the characters we know and love. 

The Muppets 

Disney+ actually has a quite impressive collection of movies starring the Muppets clan. The very first in the franchise came out in 1979 called The Muppet Movie and was followed by The Muppet Christmas Carol in 1992, which took the characters on a Christmas Eve adventure. Though the rest of the films aren't holiday-themed there's also Muppet Treasure Island from 1996, and most recently The Muppets and Muppets Most Wanted. 


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