Julia Prescott
November 24, 2015 1:45 pm

With Thanksgiving weekend around the corner, we’re thinking non-stop about the holidays. The food, the decor, the sales —and most importantly, the movies and shows we’re going to binge-watch. Lucky for us, the holidays have come a little early — Netflix has replenished its streaming service with a BUNCH of new titles. Here is everything new coming to Netflix in December, and when we say everything — we mean it.

Highlights of the incredible list include the original, A Very Murray Christmas which features the man of mystery himself hosting a holiday party that goes awry. The special was directed by previous Murray-collaborator Sophia Coppola, and is sure to boast hipster cred as well as an insane amount of special guest stars (including Amy Poehler and George Clooney!).

On Christmas Day itself fans of the British mystery series Black Mirror can revel in a special, “White Christmas” episode in between bites of holiday ham. Other holiday-specific shows include A Christmas Star (2015), The Magic Snowflake (2013), and Santa’s Apprentice (2010).

Of course, if you’re tapped out of the Santa stuff, perhaps the new Adam Sandler-fronted original netflix film The Ridiculous 6 will strike your fancy. The Western-themed farce includes Sandler’s usual crowd of cronies, with special additions by a dopey-slack-jawed Taylor Lautner (the only kind I want from here on out), as well as an always-welcome Terry Crews and an always-terrifying Danny Trejo.

Here’s the full list (thanks to Yahoo!):

December 1st

  • #DeathToSelfie (2014)
  • 30 for 30: Chasing Tyson (2015)
  • 50 Shades of THEY: Season 1
  • A Christmas Star (2015)
  • A Genius Leaves the Hood: The Unauthorized Story of Jay Z (2014)
  • Amnesiac (2015)
  • Broadchurch: Season 2
  • CBGB (2013)
  • Christmas Wedding Baby (2014)
  • The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (2004)
  • Cradle 2 the Grave (2003)
  • Darkman (1990)
  • Detectorists: Season 1
  • I’m Brent Morin
  • Jenny’s Wedding (2015)
  • Las mágicas historias de Plim Plim: Season 1
  • Ray (2004)
  • Real Rob: Season 1 (2015)
  • See You In Valhalla (2015)
  • Sensitive Skin: Season 1
  • Starting Over: Season 1
  • Stir of Echoes (1999)
  • Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming (2007)
  • That Touch of Mink (1962)
  • Tyke: Elephant Outlaw
  • Winning Life’s Battles: Season 1

December 2nd

  • Stations of the Cross (2014)
  • Tangerine (2015)

December 3rd

  • Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine (2015)

December 4th

  • A Very Murray Christmas (2015)
  • Comedy Bang! Bang!: Season 4 (new episodes)

December 5th

  • A Case of You (2013)
  • Dinosaur 13 (2014)
  • Inside Man: Season 3

December 7th

  • Vampire Academy (2014)

December 8th

  • One & Two (2015)
  • Phoenix (2014)
  • Xenia (2014)

December 9th

  • Phineas and Ferb: Season 4
  • Trailer Park Boys: Drunk, High and Unemployed Live in Austin (2015)

December 11th

  • The Adventures of Puss in Boots: Season 2
  • The Ridiculous 6 (2015)

December 14th

  • The Da Vinci Code (2006)

December 15th

  • Drown (2014)
  • Hart of Dixie: Season 4
  • High Profits: Season 1
  • Time Out of Mind (2014)

December 16th

  • Fresh Dressed (2015)
  • Helix: Season 2

December 18th

  • F is for Family: Season 1
  • Glitter Force: Season 1
  • Making A Murderer: Season 1
  • Mike Epps: Don’t Take it Personal

December 19th

  • Chloe and Theo (2015)

December 20th

  • Leo the Lion (2013)
  • Magic Snowflake (2013)
  • Santa’s Apprentice (2010)

December 21st

  • El Señor de los Cielos: Season 3

December 22nd

  • Queen of Earth (2015)

December 23rd

  • Invisible Sister (2015)

December 24th

  • Dawn of the Croods: Season 1

December 25th

  • Black Mirror “White Christmas” Episode

December 28th

  • Maron: Season 3
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 5

December 30th

  • Parenthood: Season 6

December 31st

  • Battle Creek: Season 1
  • Manhattan Romance (2014)
  • Nurse Jackie: Seasons 1-7
  • Violetta: Season 3

So kick up your heels, tuck into your binge-watching and make sure when your family asks, “Why isn’t Aunt Carol at the dinner table?” they know it’s because that new Jay-Z documentary A Genius Leaves the Hood just started, and I’m sure they’ll understand.

(Image via iStock)

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