As of today, there are only 70 days left in 2019, which is pretty crazy to think about. The last few months of the year are packed with fun holidays like Thanksgiving, Halloween (which people are in the midst of getting ready for as we speak), and of course, Christmas! For a lot of people, Christmas time is the best part of the year. You get to give presents to the people you love, decorate your house with beautiful lights, and of course, cozy up on the couch with hot chocolate and watch some Christmas movies. Let It Snow on Netflix Canada features so many of your favourite stars.

Just last week, Netflix announced its full lineup of upcoming holiday movies, getting people in the Christmas spirit before October even ends. Like in previous years, the streaming service will be pumping out content that will carry you through the next few months of cold Canadian winter.

One film that people are particularly excited about is The Knight Before Christmas, which was filmed right here in Canada! Other big projects are Ashley Tisdale's Merry Happy Whatever, and Let It Snow, based on the young adult novel by The Fault In Our Stars author, John Green.

Earlier today, Netflix released the trailer for the highly anticipated film. Apart from having an awesome storyline, it also has one of the best casts of any Netflix movie, including actors like Kiernan Shipka, Isabela Merced, Jacob Batalon, Shameik Moore, and Liv Hewson, just to name a few.

The film takes place in a small mid-west town during the holiday season and chronicles a group of high school seniors as they struggle to make big decisions involving friendship, their futures, and romance.

If you enjoyed other cheesy teen romance films like The Kissing Booth and To All The Boys I've Loved Before, you'll definitely have a soft spot for Let It Snow.

The first Christmas movie of the season, Holiday in the Wild, will hit Netflix on November 1, followed by Let It Snow on November 8. You can check out the full-length trailer for the adorable movie below.


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