I am "all-in" when it comes to celebrating Christmas. I start the season on the day after Labor Day and consider Thanksgiving to be the "half-time show" for the Christmas season.
Streaming entertainment now gives me MORE than enough choices to keep the party going for weeks. I've talked on-air about my love of Hallmark Christmas movies - now playing and streaming continuously.
Netflix has also decided to enter the "Christmas movie" competition and has just unveiled a complete list of holiday selections available on their platform - including new movies, classics, and yes, shows.
With streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, you can now not only access your all-time favorite movies, but can access your favorite holiday episodes of classic shows. And on Netflix, "The Office" is king of the shows. However, how can one easily find all the Christmas episodes featuring the folks at Dunder Mifflin?
You're welcome, America:
- Season 2: "Christmas Party"
- Season 3: "A Benihana Christmas"
- Season 5: "Moroccan Christmas"
- Season 6: "Secret Santa"
- Season 7: "Classy Christmas: Part 1"
- Season 7: "Classy Christmas: Part 2"
- Season 8: "Christmas Wishes"
- Season 9: "Dwight Christmas"
That's nearly four hours of viewing just watching "The Office" Oh, and don't forget that the sequel to Netflix's viral holiday hit, "A Christmas Prince," hits the platform on November 30th: A Christmas Prince -The Royal Wedding.