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Netflix’s holiday movie lineup includes a third The Princess Switch

Netflix’s holiday movie lineup includes a third The Princess Switch


The company has shared details of its upcoming movie slate

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Vanessa Hudgens in The Princess Switch.
Vanessa Hudgens in The Princess Switch.
Image: Netflix

Netflix has released a lot of information about its movie lineup through the end of the year, including details of its holiday slate of films. If you love cheesy holiday movies, it seems like Netflix will have you covered this year.

Fans of the ridiculous The Princess Switch movies starring Vanessa Hudgens will be pleased to know that there’s a third one set to release in November. There’s also A Castle for Christmas, a romcom about a woman who wants to buy a castle in Scotland, which is also scheduled for November.

There are a number of non-holiday movies on the way this fall and winter, too, and we’ve listed out the full schedule below. Note that movies will hit theaters shortly before they come to Netflix, and we’ve noted when that’s the case.


Afterlife of the Party: September 2nd

Worth: September 3rd

Blood Brothers: Malcom X & Muhammad Ali: September 9th

Kate: In select theaters and on Netflix September 10th

Nightbooks: September 15th

Schumacher: September 15th

Intrusion: September 22nd

The Starling: In select theaters September 17th, on Netflix September 24th

My Little Pony: A New Generation: September 24th

Sounds Like Love: September 29th

No One Gets Out Alive: September 29th


The Guilty: In select theaters September 24th, on Netflix October 1st

Diana: The Musical: October 1st

There’s Someone Inside Your House: October 6th

Found: October 20th

Night Teeth: October 20th

Stuck Together: October 20th

Army of Thieves: October 29th

Hypnotic: October

Fever Dream: In select theaters and on Netflix in October


The Harder They Fall: In select theaters October 22nd, on Netflix November 3rd

Love Hard: November 5th

Passing: In select theaters October 27th, on Netflix November 10th

Red Notice: November 12th

tick, tick...BOOM!: In select theaters November 12th, on Netflix November 19th

Bruised: In select theaters November 17th, on Netflix November 24th

Robin Robin: November 24th

14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible: November 29th

7 Prisoners: In select theaters and on Netflix in November

A Boy Called Christmas: November

A Castle for Christmas: November

The Princess Switch 3: November


The Power of the Dog: In select theaters November 17th, on Netflix December 1st

Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas: December 3rd

The Unforgivable: In select theaters November 24th, on Netflix December 10th

The Hand of God: In select theaters December 3rd, on Netflix December 15th

Don’t Look Up: In select theaters December 10th, on Netflix December 24th

The Lost Daughter: In select theaters December 17th, on Netflix December 31st

Back to the Outback: December

Mixtape: December

Single All the Way: December

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