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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - DECEMBER 15: Mariah Carey performs onstage during her "All I Want For Christmas Is You" tour at Madison Square Garden on December 15, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for MC) Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for MC


  • Lindsay Lohan will make her Hollywood comeback with "Falling For Christmas" on Netflix
  • Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds star in "Spirited," a Christmas-themed comedy musical
  • Mariah Carey will perform her iconic Christmas tracks in a new concert film

Families across the country have a long list of Christmas movies to choose from this holiday season.

Here is a list of some of the best new and upcoming Christmas movies on Netflix, HBO Max, Disney Plus and more, according to TV Guide.

1. "Falling For Christmas" (Netflix)

Lindsay Lohan makes her Hollywood comeback with "Falling For Christmas," a movie about finding true love at the most unexpected time.

Lohan plays a spoiled heiress named Aspen whose father owns a resort business. However, chaos happens when an accident on a skiing trip causes her to have amnesia, leading her body to be found by a local lodge-keeper, played by "Glee" alum Chord Overstreet, whom she eventually falls in love with.

2. "Spirited" (Apple TV+)

"Spirited" is a Christmas-themed comedy musical starring Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell, Sunita Mani, Octavia Spencer and Patrick Page. The film is a modern retelling of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" with a twist, as it also features the Ghost of Christmas Present. This film will surely bring Christmas fanatics a good laugh for the holidays.

3. "The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special" (Disney+)

Disney+ is branching out and releasing more holiday specials, and these include one for "The Guardians of the Galaxy." Get a chance to see your favorite intergalactic superheroes experiencing the holiday rush, as Drax (Dave Bautista) and Mantis (Pom Klementieff) set out the prepare the best and most "unforgettable" Christmas for Star-Lord (Chris Pratt).

The holiday special just released on Disney+ over the weekend.

4. "Hotel for the Holidays" (Freevee, Dec. 4)

"Riverdale's" Madelaine Petsch will find herself stuck in a love triangle this Christmas season, as she meets two charming guys who will fight for her heart in "Hotel for the Holidays."

In the film, Petsch plays a posh hotel manager working in New York's luxury Hotel Fontaine, who caters to a variety of high-profile personalities. She meets ex-prince Raymond, played by Max Lloyd-Jones, and gets close to charming hotel chef Luke, played by Mena Massoud.

5. "Something From Tiffany's" (Amazon Prime Video, Dec. 9)

"Something From Tiffany's" is Amazon Prime Video's big Christmas movie of the year, starring Zoey Deutch, Kendrick Sampson, Ray Nicholson and Shay Mitchell. The movie follows a woman (Deutch) whose life spins upside-down when she mistakenly receives an engagement ring meant for someone else. Interestingly, she meets the man she's meant to be with.

The movie premieres on the platform on Dec. 9.

6. "Dolly Parton's Mountain Magic Christmas" (NBC, Dec. 1)

Dolly Parton aspires to share the unique "mountain magic" and spread good vibes through music despite going through Christmas chaos. In this holiday special, to be released on Dec. 1 on NBC, Parton will be guided by Three Wise men as she reminisces on her past life.

7. "Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas To All" (CBS and Paramount+, Dec. 20)

Mariah Carey is considered the "Queen of Christmas Present," who has given this generation one of the greatest Christmas hits of all time, "All I Want For Christmas Is You."

Watch the singer perform the iconic single, along with the revival of classic Christmas songs, as she sings her heart out at the Madison Square Garden stage in New York City.

8. "A Christmas Story Christmas" (HBO Max)

"A Christmas Story Christmas" will take viewers on a trip down memory lane, with Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley) from 1983's "A Christmas Story" returning to the small screen now all grown up.

The sequel is set in the 1970s and follows the story of Ralphie trying to give his family the "magical kind" of Christmas his dad gave him when he was a child. The movie was released on HBO Max on Nov. 17.

9. "Three Wise Men and a Baby" (Hallmark)

Hallmark brings together three of its biggest stars in one comedy movie. "Three Wise Men and A Baby" follows the story of three brothers (played by Andrew Walker, Tyler Hanes and Paul Campbell) who find themselves taking care of a baby over the holidays. But despite the comedic vibe, the movie also shows the journey of how these brothers rebuild their relationship and rediscover their love for the holiday.

10. "It's A Wonderful Binge" (Hulu, Dec. 9)

Hulu's "It A Wonderful Binge" is the sequel to the original "Binge" film, which was released over two years ago. It's a parody of the thriller movie "The Purge," except that all drugs and alcohol are made legal by the government for only one day a year. This year, the special binge day falls on Christmas.

The movie will be released on the platform on Dec. 9.

11. "Snow Day" (Paramount+, Dec. 16)

Nickelodeon and Paramount+ will release a Christmas-themed musical, which pays homage to the comedy classic film "Snow Day" released in the early 2000s. The movie follows a group of kids determined to make the best out of their free day from school after it closes down due to a surprise winter whiteout.

The film is scheduled to launch on Paramount+ in the U.S. and Canada on Dec. 16 and in U.K. and Australia on Dec. 17.

12. "Call the Midwife Holiday Special" (PBS, Dec. 25)

This year's "Call the Midwife Holiday Special" is the 11th holiday movie to date. The story will begin by showing the after-effects of the tragic train crash in Polar as citizens try to return to their normal lives. In this special, the midwives are thrilled to be welcoming a familiar face as their first patient.

The holiday special airs on PBS on Christmas Day.

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Andrew Walker, Tyler Hynes and Paul Campbell star in “Three Wise Men and a Baby.” Hallmark Media/Bettina Strauss