Get ready to ring in the holiday season with Netflix — the online streaming platform just revealed when the A Christmas Prince sequel, plus three other Christmas Originals, will be premiering!
The online streaming giant took to Twitter on Wednesday (October 17) to let the world know when we can expect their slate of highly anticipated Christmas movie Originals to premiere.
The tweet also offered up fans a first glimpse at the new movies coming down the pipeline next month.
Christmas came early…! Get ready for The Holiday Calendar with @KatGraham (11/2), The Princess Switch with @VanessaHudgens (11/16), and A Christmas Prince 2: Royal Wedding with @imrosemciver (11/30). pic.twitter.com/0cMaoFHexp
— Netflix Film (@NetflixFilm) October 17, 2018
It’s especially great news for subscribers who fell head over heels for last year’s adorable holiday rom-com, A Christmas Prince.
The highly anticipated A Christmas Prince sequel, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding premieres on November 30.
The next chapter of the story catches up with Amber (Rose McIver) and Prince Richard (Ben Lamb) one year later as they gear up to tie the knot in a Christmas wedding.
Getting down the aisle won’t be easy, though, especially after Amber starts questioning whether or not she’s really cut out for royalty. Meanwhile, trouble’s afoot in the royal kingdom and it’s up to Richard to deal with it.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding isn’t the only yuletide-themed original coming to Netflix later this year.
They’ll be kicking off the Christmas festivities earlier in November with the releases of The Holiday Calendar (November 2), The Princess Switch (November 16), and The Christmas Chronicles (November 22).
Check out the synopsis for each of the films below!
The Holiday Calendar
A struggling but talented photographer (Kat Graham) inherits an antique holiday advent calendar, the contents of which seem to predict the future. Will this magical calendar lead to her love this holiday season?
The Princess Switch
One week before Christmas, Margaret (Vanessa Hudgens), the gorgeous Dutchess of Montenegro, switches places with Stacy (Hudgens), a “commoner” from Chicago, who looks exactly like her. With the assistance of a magical Santa’s helper (Sam Palladio), Margaret falls in love with Stacy’s handsome co-worker, while Stacy falls in love with Margaret’s fiancee, the dashing Prince.
The Christmas Chronicles
Siblings Kate (Darby Camp) and Teddy Pierce’s (Judah Lewis) Christmas Eve plan to catch Santa Claus (Kurt Russell) on camera turns into an unexpected journey that most kids could only dream about. After staking out Santa’s arrival, they sneak into his sleigh, cause it to crash and nearly derail Christmas. As their wild night unfolds, Kate and Teddy work together with Santa – as you’ve never seen him before – and his loyal Elves to save Christmas before it’s too late.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding
A year after Amber helped Richard secure the crown, the two are set to tie the knot in a royal Christmas wedding – but their plans are jeopardized when Amber finds herself second-guessing whether or not she’s cut out to be queen, and Richard is faced with a political crisis that threatens to tarnish not only the holiday season, but the future of the kingdom.
Which Netflix Original Christmas movie are you most excited to check out this year?
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