WHAT TO WATCH THIS CHRISTMAS

WHAT TO WATCH THIS CHRISTMAS

Wahoo, Christmas has finally arrived and everyone is about to settle down for hermit season. I am here with an epic list of what to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, on the TV and at the Cinema. I believe I have covered adults, children and teens tastes here and the majority of my picks are completely family friendly. Read this list before the weekend and you will be set for an argument free Christmas break. My Netflix and Amazon Prime lists are full of Christmas movies which you have most likely already seen but they are mostly family classics which you can have on in the background whilst you wrap your presents and make mince pies. After looking back at my list I feel that the BBC have definitely won the Christmas TV battle this year. They have some incredible new shows. The two I am most excited about are 300 Years Of French & Saunders and the remake of Little Women. I have also touched on the must have new movies this month. I recently went to see Barnum at the Menier Chocolate Factory which is what ‘The Greatest Showman’ is based on and if that is anything to go by we are in for a treat with this movie…sooo excited! Merry Christmas everyone xx

NETFLIX

A Christmas Prince
Arthur Christmas
Miracle On 34th Street
Love Actually
Jingle All The Way

AMAZON PRIME

Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’
Office Christmas-Party
Elf
White Christmas
The Holiday
Nativity!

TV

Doctor Who Christmas Special (25th 5:30pm BBC)
Little Women (Starts 26th December 8pm BBC)
300 Years Of French & Saunders (25th December 10:35pm BBC)
Call The Midwife Christmas Special (25th December 7:40pm BBC)
Strictly Christmas Special (25th 6:30pm BBC)
Grandpa’s Great Escape (New Year’s Day 6:55pm BBC)
Christmas Bake Off Special (25th December & 1st January 7:40pm Ch4)
Miranda Does Christmas (27th December 9pm Ch4)

 

CINEMA

The Greatest Showman
Jumanji
I, Tonya
Star Wars : The Last Jedi
Pitch Perfect 3
Molly’s Game

Have I missed anything off my list? What are you most excited to see?

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