Disney+ was released to the US just in time to watch all of Disney’s magical Christmas content. Whether it be your favorite classic or a brand new flick, Disney+ has it all. So put on your CMP Co. Holiday Collection, make some hot cocoa in your favorite Disney mug, and curl up on the couch with some of the merriest Disney+ movies and shows.
In one of Disney+’s first original films, Noelle, the daughter of Kris Kringle is filled with the joy of Christmas. When her brother, who is supposed to take over for their father disappears right before Christmas, it’s up to Noelle to save Christmas. I watched this film last week and highly recommend if you’re looking for a new Christmas movie to watch this season!
The Santa Clause Trilogy (1994 – 2006)
When Santa falls off a roof, Scott Calvin wakes up with the job. This trilogy takes you through Calvin’s trials and tribulations as he learns to navigate one of the most important job’s in the world. This is one of my favorite Christmas films, and a must-watch every season.
Mickey’s Once (and Twice) Upon a Christmas (1999 and 2004)
Mickey, Minnie, and all of their friends share in the joys of the holidays in Mickeys Once Upon A Christmas its sequel Mickey’s Twice Upon A Christmas. If you’re looking for a classic Mickey film to put you in the holiday spirit, then this movie is for you.
The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
In The Muppet Christmas Carol, watch the Muppets tell their version of this classic Christmas film. This is a great adaptation of a Christmas classic.
Olaf’s Frozen Adventure (2017)
Gear up to watch Frozen II with this Christmas-themed Frozen special. In this short film Olaf and Sven work together to save Christmas for Anna and Elsa.
12 Dates of Christmas (2011)
In an ABC Family original film, Kate relives the same bad date on Christmas Eve over and over again. The quintessential Christmas rom-com.
Babes in Toyland (1961)
One of our oldest films on the list is an adaptation of 1903 operetta of the same name. There were four television adaptations of the operetta before Disney’s version was released, but this was the first version in technicolor. Do the soldiers look familiar? You can see the toy soldiers from this film in Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime parade.
Beauty and the Beast the Enchanted Christmas (1997)
In this Beauty and the Beast Christmas special, Mrs. Potts tells the story about the Christmas that Belle spent locked in the Beast’s castle. If Belle is your favorite Disney princess, then this movie is for you.
The Christmas Star (1986)
A counterfeiter who looks just like Santa Clause escapes prison and tries to recover an old loot. But with the help of two neighborhood kids, he learns the true meaning of Christmas. This is one of the few Disney Christmas movies I haven’t seen, but it’s definitely on my list to watch this season!
Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! (2011)
In Good Luck Charlie’s Christmas special, Teddy and Amy get separated from the rest of the family on the way to Christmas at Amy’s parents house. The family spends the film trying to come together in time for the holiday.
Home Alone Trilogy (1990 – 1997)
Kevin McCallister must defend his home from two burglars when he gets left home by his family at Christmas. The following films follow Kevin as he continues to have run-ins with the burglars. Turn on these Christmas classics if you’re in the mood for a laugh.
I’ll Be Home For Christmas (1998)
Jake learns the true meaning of Christmas when he gets stranded in the desert days before the holiday. This film did not get great reviews, but may be worth a watch if you’re looking for a Christmas-themed movie.
Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983)
Scrooge McDuck play’s Ebenezer Scrooge in Mickey and pal’s adaptation of a classic Christmas tale.
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Miracle on 34th Street tells the story of a man who claims to be Kris Kringle, who gets hired to play a Santa at Macy’s. He has to convince non-believers that he actually is Santa. This is my absolute favorite Christmas film. It’s an older, classic film and 100% worth a watch if you haven’t seen it yet.
The Mistle-tones A Musical (2012)
In this ABC Family original film, Holly misses the chance to audition for the Snow Belles, so she decides to create her own musical group instead. If you’re a fan of musicals like me, turn on this Christmas-themed musical.
Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
In this cult classic, Jack Skellington, wants to bring the joy of Christmas to his Halloween Town, but instead ends up creating a nightmare for everyone around. This is the film you can watch anytime from October – December and it’s always in season!
One Magic Christmas (1985)
When a young mother needs some help realizing the true meaning of Christmas, her six year old daughter and a guardian angel come to the rescue.
Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish (1998)
Based on the Harvey Comic’s cartoon character, Richie Rich gets transported to an alternate universe when he wishes to have never been born after getting blamed for ruining Christmas.
SantaPaws 2 – The Santa Pups (2012)
The Santa Pups have to race to save Christmas when the Christmas spirit starts to disappear. Unfortunately, the first film in this series isn’t available on Disney+ yet, but if you want to get your fix of Christmas pups, this film will do the trick.
Angela discovers a Christmas-themed world inside of a snowglobe. This is a classic ABC Family Christmas rom-com that will give you all of the Christmas cheesiness you could ever want.
‘Twas The Night (2001)
In this Disney Channel original movie, Santa Claus gets knocked out on Christmas Eve and Danny and his con-artist uncle have to save the holiday.
The Ultimate Christmas Present (2000)
Allie and Sam, LA natives, find a snow-making machine and turn it on so they can have a white Christmas in LA. But, when things get out of hand, it almost ruins Christmas. I always looked forward to watching this movie on Disney Channel as a kid, so I am so excited to watch this on Disney+ this season!
Decorating Disney Holiday Magic (2017)
Watch Disney World go from Halloween to Christmas overnight in this holiday special. I love watching behind-the-scenes Disney content, and I learned so much from this special. I hope they do more like it soon.
Disney’s Fairytale Weddings Holiday Magic (2017)
See some of the most magical, holiday themed proposals and weddings in this special edition of Disney’s Fairytale Weddings. I loved watching this show when it was on ABC Family, and I’m excited to watch new episodes when they come out on Disney+.
Boy Meets World (1993 – 1999)
Boy Meets World, which spanned 7 seasons, had 3 Christmas-themed episodes.
- Season 1 – Santa’s Little Helper
- Season 4 – Easy Street
- Season 5 – A Very Topanga Christmas
Girl Meets World (2013 – 2015)
Girl Meets World, the spinoff of Boy Meets World, had two Christmas episodes of its own.
- Season 1 – Girl Meets Home for the Holidays
- Season 3 – Girl Meets A Christmas Maya
Hannah Montana (2005 – 2009)
This secret pop star celebrated two Christmases on Hannah Montana.
- Season 3 – Killing Me Softly With His Height
- Season 4 – It’s the End of the Jake As We Know It
Lizzie McGuire (2000 – 2001)
Everyone’s favorite clumsy teenager had two of the very best Christmas episodes of any show on Disney Channel.
- Season 1 – Here Comes Aaron Carter
- Season 2 – Xtreme Xmas
Phil of the Future (2003 – 2004)
In the Phil of the Future Christmas episode, Phil remembers the first time he met Keely.
- Season 2 – Christmas Break
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody (2004 – 2006)
The twins take on Christmas at the Tipton in the first season of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
- Season 1 – Christmas at the Tipton
The Suite Life on Deck (2008 – 2010)
When the twins take on the SS Tipton, London experiences a Christmas Carol like dream.
- Season 3 – A London Carol
That’s So Raven (2002 – 2005)
Raven has a Christmas vision in this episode of That’s So Raven.
- Season 1 – Escape Clause
Let me know which Disney Christmas movie/show is your favorite in the comments below!