Catch up with these five best series, which you can stream on Netflix this winter season!
This holiday season, wonder what all is there on Netflix because there is nothing better than a Christmas television series to get you in the cheerful holiday spirit. This list of the best original shows offered by the streaming platform is relatively decent and a special selection was offered this year. So, we have specially compiled a list of the top five series to make it easier for you to find some of the top holiday series that you’ll enjoy binge-watching!
Dash & Lily
Dash & Lily is an American romantic comedy television series created by Joe Tracz and based on the young adult novel series Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. The series follows the romance that grows between Dash and Lily during their holiday in New York City. The official synopsis states, “A whirlwind Holiday romance builds as cynical Dash and optimistic Lily trade dares, dreams, and desires in the notebook they pass back and forth at locations all across New York City, finding they have more in common with each other than they would have expected.”
Nailed It! Holiday! Season 2
Nailed It! is an American reality television series that follows home bakers who have a poor track record in the kitchen seeking redemption – and cash – on this series. In each holiday-themed episode, three contestants try their hand at re-creating edible holiday masterpieces. The projects don’t always turn out great, but whichever amateur baker comes closest to a successful dessert by the end of the episode takes home the $10,000 prize, which they might want to use on baking lessons. Comic Nicole Byer and renowned pastry chef Jacques Torres host the festive culinary competition.
Home for Christmas Season 2
Old loves, new loves, and self-love. Home for Christmas season 2 is all we want for Christmas. The television series is a Norwegian romance comedy-drama TV miniseries directed by Per-Olav Sørensen and produced by Anders Tangen. This series stars Ida Elise Broch as Johanne, who scrambles to get a boyfriend to bring home for Christmas Eve. The official synopsis states, “Johanne settles into a promising relationship while contending with new neighbors, ex-boyfriends, and her own troubled family.”
Merry Happy Whatever
Merry Happy Whatever follows Don Quinn (Dennis Quaid), a strong-willed patriarch from Philadelphia doing his best to balance the stress of the holidays with the demands of his close-knit but eclectic family – and his family doing their best to manage him. But when youngest daughter Emmy (Bridgit Mendler) arrives home from L.A. with a new boyfriend, struggling musician Matt (Brent Morin), Don’s belief that “there[s the Quinn way… and the wrong way” is put to the test.
Boss Baby: Christmas Bonus
Christmas Eve takes a twisty turn when the Boss Baby accidentally swaps places with one of Santa’s elves and gets stranded at the North Pole! The official synopsis states, “It’s Boss Baby’s first Christmas and though Tim wants to introduce him to all the holiday trappings as well as the (somewhat strange) Templeton traditions, Boss Baby wants nothing to do with any of it. In a last-ditch effort to get Boss in the spirit, Tim takes him to the mall to meet Santa but unbeknownst to Tim, Boss and Santa have a previously undisclosed business relationship.”
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