Netflix’s Newest Home Makeover Show Wants to Spread Holiday Cheer

published Oct 17, 2020
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It might still be October, but Netflix is already spreading holiday cheer with its collection of seasonal TV and film titles for the year. The streamer debuted its holiday line-up for November and December this month, and, between some of the more beloved titles like “The Great British Baking Show: Holidays” and “The Princess Switch: Switched Again,” there are also some brand new programs that deserve a spot in our quarantine queues this holiday season. “Holiday Home Makeover With Mr. Christmas,” for example, sounds like the ideal home decor stream this holly jolly season.

Available on November 18, “Holiday Home Makeover With Mr. Christmas” will follow interior design veteran (and holiday enthusiast) Benjamin Bradley, also known as Mr. Christmas, as he flexes his decor expertise during one of the jolliest times of the year: Christmas. Equipped with lights, garlands, and “enough tinsel to blanket the North Pole,” Bradley and his “team of elves” will work to bring holiday cheer to families and communities with much-deserved home makeovers this holiday season, per Netflix’s synopsis.

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And, hopefully, the home makeovers will inspire viewers to “take their own home decorating and traditions to the next level,” too.

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The program pretty much sounds like “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” but with a holiday flare. There’s no trailer for it just yet, but Netflix shared a few first look photos of the program—and the Christmas trees, velvet furniture, ornaments, flannel, and cozy knitwear galore will evoke so much holiday cheer in the dead of October. In sum, Bradley’s “Holiday Home Makeover With Mr. Christmas” looks like the ideal companion to stream alongside “Elf,” “Home Alone,” “Great British Baking Show,” and other holiday essentials this season.

Until then, if you’re keen on consuming holiday content earlier this year (because why the heck not!), check out Netflix’s current collection of holiday favorites.