With the holiday season in full swing, it’s officially acceptable to start watching beloved holiday classics and find new modern favourites 24/7. Prime Video and Prime Video Channels are the one-stop destination for film and television series across holiday subgenres with options for the whole family.

We’re sharing 12 ways to watch the abundance of holiday titles available to Prime Video and Prime Video Channel subscribers to maximize the holiday spirit, rewatch favourite titles, and find new film and television series to add to the list.

As the one-stop destination for festive programming, Prime Video is the best place to see holiday favourites and find new ones through Prime Video Channels like BritBox, Citytv+, Crunchyroll, Paramount+, STACKTV, STARZ, and Super Channel. Sharing holiday titles in every genre, Prime Video and Prime Video Channels are the source for the best holiday programming all season long.

You’re Never too Old for the Classics

Kick off the festive season with a Christmas classic. Gather around for an evergreen favourite and get in the spirit with Elf available on Prime Video Channels via STARZ.

Available to watch on Prime Video is everyone’s favourite Christmas villain, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas and 14 Christmas Cartoon Classics including Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Jack Frost, Christmas Comes But Once a Year, The Candlemaker, Snow Foolin', The Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives, Toys Will Be Toys, Santa's Pocket Watch and more.

Fun for the Whole Family

They say the best gifts come in small packages, and the tiny pups from PAW Patrol certainly don’t disappoint. Perfect for a movie night with the whole family, PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie is available to stream on Paramount+ via Prime Video Channels.

Animal-related holiday films continue with 12 Dogs of Christmas, Golden Winter, and The Christmas Dragon, available on Prime Video.

For those with older children, they can’t go wrong with fan favourites like The Santa Clause, Home Alone, and A Christmas Story which are all available to rent or buy.

Animated Delights

Anime fans rejoice because Spy x Family has just been added to the anime channel, Crunchyroll. The popular Japanese manga series has hit the silver screen.


This year also marks an end to the debate over whether there is a Batman Christmas movie with the release of Merry Little Batman on Prime Video on December 8.

For those looking to debate the validity of holiday titles, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is available to rent or buy.

Get Lost in These Winter Wonderland Adventures

Baby, it’s cold outside! Celebrate the snowy season with a winter wonderland adventure as Citytv+ presents Very Merry Movies. Quebec’s iconic Hotel de Glace takes center stage in Winter Castle. You could also travel across the country to take in scenic British Columbia in Hearts of Winter. Hoping for a small-town romance? Snowcoming is perfect for viewers who also enjoy a second-chance romance.

Romantic Holiday Vibes


The only thing better than a rom-com is a holiday rom-com. Imagine surprising your family by coming home for the holidays only to discover that they have invited your ex-fiancé to stay. This nightmare becomes a reality in Exmas, starring Upload leading man, Robbie Amell on Prime Video.

Family drama continues in the Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon rom-com Four Christmases and viewers can fall head over heels all over again with Love Actually both available on STARZ with Prime Video Channels.

Christmas Comedy Extravaganza


On Prime Video, comedy legend Eddie Murphy is coming to town this Christmas on December 1 with Candy Cane Lane, a holiday comedy adventure about a man on a mission to win his neighborhood’s annual Christmas home decoration contest. Also available on Prime Video, the true meaning of family is explored in the comedy This Christmas starring Regina King and Lauren London.

In Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas, available on STARZ with Prime Video Channels, Madea dishes out her own brand of Christmas spirit in a small, rural town, sure to keep audiences laughing.

New Releases and Modern Favorites


It’s the most wonderful time of the year… but will it be for James (Asa Butterfield) and Hayley (Cora Kirk)? The holiday sequel Your Christmas or Mine 2 releases December 8 on Prime Video. Also available on December 8 is the much-needed reminder of the magic of Christmas, Dating Santa.

For those whose Christmas isn’t complete without Bruce Willis on their screen, Die Hard and Detective Knight: Redemption are both available via Prime Video.

Go Back in Time with These Beloved British Series

Take a trip across the pond this holiday season with some of Britain’s best exports. Make the most of a snow day by revisiting a cozy favourite like the historical drama Downtown Abbey. Set in the early 1950s while Britain is still suffering through the aftermath of WWII is the crime-solving Father Brown. Viewers can also keep things festive with the Call the Midwife holiday specials. The series chronicles the lives of a group of midwives living in East London in the late 1950s to late 1960s. All series are available to stream with Prime Video Channels on BritBox.

Feel-Good Hallmark Movies

Tis the season to feel good with a feel-good festive Hallmark movie. Hallmark Channel’s annual Countdown to Christmas is back on W Network. Big family secrets are revealed in A Merry Scottish Christmas which sees Lacey Chabert and Scott Wolf sharing the screen. Swoon-worthy films Christmas by Design, Mystic Christmas, Flipping for Christmas and more are available on W Network as they deliver back-to-back holiday movies every day with all new exclusive premieres and signature holiday classics via STACKTV on Prime Video Channels.

Holiday Horror for the Brave

Season’s creepings more your speed? Keep the spooky vibes going this holiday season with the cult classic, Krampus available on STARZ with Prime Video Channels.

Black Christmas, Holiday Hell, Lake Alice and more are available on Prime Video to keep viewers on the edge of their seat.

Drool-Worthy Competition

Looking for inspiration in the kitchen? Food Network has audiences spoiled for choice with cooking competition shows available all season long. Teams of cake masters and sugar artists face off in Holiday Wars, cookie bakers battle in Christmas Cookie Challenge and chefs compete in Beat Bobby Flay: Holiday Throwdown all available via STACKTV on Prime Video Channels.

DIY Movie Marathon

The Heart & Home Christmas season is here. Snuggle up by the fire with friends and family and watch a selection of new movie premieres only available on Super Channel through Prime Video Channels. With titles such as Catering Christmas, Country Hearts Christmas, Christmas at the Palace, A Christmas Dance Reunion and more, viewers can stay entertained with a selection of endless combinations for their next movie marathon.