Netflix representatives haven’t announced precisely when they’ll be kicking off the streaming service’s holiday season, but when that time comes, we can hopefully expect to once again fall in love with Russell’s Santa and Goldie Hawn’s Mrs. Claus.
How to watch: Over the Moon is expected to begin streaming fall 2020 on Netflix.
How to watch: Enola Holmes begins streaming Sept. 23 on Netflix.
How to watch: The Devil All The Time begins streaming Sept. 16 on Netflix.
How to watch: The Boys in the Band begins streaming Sept. 30 on Netflix.
How to watch: The Babysitter: Killer Queen begins streaming Sept. 10 on Netflix.
"Meet the icon-packed cast of Netflix’s The Prom," Murphy caption an image showing cast members, including Meryl Streep, James Corden, Andrew Rannells, Nicole Kidman, Keegan-Michael Key, Kerry Washington, Tracey Ullman, and more.
How to watch: The Christmas Chronicles: Part 2 is expected for the 2020 holiday season on Netflix.
How to watch: The Forty-Year-Old Version begins streaming Oct. 9 on Netflix.
How to watch: The Prom is expected for the 2020 holiday season on Netflix.
To help you (and us) organize any upcoming fall binge plans, we’ve sorted through all of the 2020 movies Netflix is teasing as of early September and picked what we’re prioritizing first.
How to watch: The Trial of the Chicago 7 begins streaming Oct. 16 on Netflix.
How to watch: Rebecca begins streaming Oct. 21 on Netflix.
How to watch: I’m Thinking of Ending Things is now streaming on Netflix.
In an Instagram post made at the end of August, director and executive producer Ryan Murphy teased his upcoming film adaptation of this popular Broadway musical for Netflix.
Listed in order of expected release, here are 10 Netflix movies to most look forward to in fall 2020.
Based on the novel by Donald Ray Pollock, director Antonio Campos’ The Devil All The Time casts Spider-Man: Homecoming star Tom Holland opposite The Lighthouse star Robert Pattinson in "an explosive Midwestern Gothic tale spanning two decades".
Of course, the Academy Award-winning folks over at Netflix are swinging big and leading many of the new films we’re looking forward to, with heavy hitters like Tom Holland, Millie Bobby Brown, Meryl Streep, and more.
Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, and Andrew Rannells star in a moving portrayal of the LGBTQ community, directed by Joe Montello and produced by Ryan Murphy, David Stone, Ned Martel, and Alexis Martin Woodall.
Writer-director Aaron Sorkin, known for movies like The Social Network and Moneyball, takes on the violent events of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in this retrospective look at the infamous arrests of Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Tom Hayden, Bobby Seale, and three others (aka "the Chicago Seven").