It's never too early to get into the Christmas spirit and Netflix has already started streaming some seasonal TV and films.
The streaming platform is set to debut content this November that will begin the festivities early, including Aardman production Robin Robin and Vanessa Hudgens film The Princess Switch 3.
Vanessa Hudgens is back in the film franchise which sees her play every role with The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star, where she plays queen, princess and cousin in a romantic tale about a stolen royal relic from 18 November.
Aardman stop motion musical Robin Robin offers family fun as a robin raised by mice tries to prove herself to her adopted family in an ambitious heist from 24 November, while A Boy Called Christmas, adapted from the Matt Haig book, brings Christmas adventure on the same date.
Other films available to watch from this month include the romantic Christmas movie Love Hard, streaming from 5 November, about an LA journalist who jets off to surprise her crush but finds she has actually been catfished by his unlucky-in-love friend.
The festive film fun ramps up on 7 November with Father Christmas is Back, about four feuding sisters who are thrown together by their father returning to their posh ancestral manor.
There's more festive romance with A Castle for Christmas (26 November), which sees Brooke Shields as an author looking to buy a castle from its prickly owner and ends up falling for him.
Canadian glassblowing challenge Blown Away launches a Christmas special with festive tasks on 19 November, while kids puppet food show Waffles + Mochi's Holiday Feast sees them explore Christmas traditions on 23 November.
Netflix has also announced some of its festive content to look forward to that will begin streaming in December - including Christmas romcoms Single All The Way and A Naija Christmas, and seasonal superhero animation StarBeam: Beaming in the New Year.
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