Here Are the Best Holiday Movies and TV Shows Streaming Right Now

Yes, you can watch Love Actually at this very moment.

Christmas Eve is upon us, Santa-stans, and you know what that means: time to avoid family members by streaming hours of holiday-themed movies and television. Seriously, why would you waste your time bonding with Aunt Jennifer when you could be in your room zoning out to the gentle roar of Christmas with the Kranks? And if Kranks isn’t your jam, Netflix, Amazon and Hulu are streaming many seasonal treats that will make your Yuletide slay–and with no delay. Seriously…because you can pause and play whenever you want. Check out the cream of the Christmas crop below.

  • 1 Christmas with the Kranks (2004), Netflix
    Columbia Pictures
    A couple’s (Jamie Lee Curtis and Tim Allen) plans to ditch Christmas for a Caribbean cruise come to a halt when their holiday-obsessed neighbors wrangle them into a neighborhood decoration competition. It’s Tim’s second best Christmas film–the first being The Santa Clause (1994), of course.

  • 2 Love Actually (2003), Netflix
    This ensemble film exploring nine intertwined love stories during the holidays is a seasonal delight that will painfully remind you how single you are. It’s a must-watch.

  • 3 White Christmas (1954), Netflix
    Yup, Bing Crosby’s classic is up for your viewing pleasure on the ’Flix.

  • 4 The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Netflix
    Buena Vista
    Tim Burton’s cartoon staple about the bizarre mixing of Halloween and Christmas never gets old. And now that it’s on Netflix, you can watch it around the clock. I definitely plan on it.

  • 5 I’ll Be Home for Christmas (1998), Netflix
    Buena Vista
    The best present you can give yourself this year is watching Jonathan Taylor Thomas make his way through a desert in a Santa suit. Oh! Andddd enjoying a teenage Jessica Biel get her acting on. I’ll Be Home for Christmas is what ’90s dreams are made of.

  • 6 Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (1999), Netflix
    Disney. Mickey. Donald. This is all you need to know, let’s be real.

  • 7 Bad Santa (2003), Netflix
    Billy Bob Thornton stars as a boozy, crooked Santa who sees the error of his low-life ways through the help of a little boy. It’s a modern Christmas miracle–and by modern, we mean filled with beer.

  • 8 The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (2007), Netflix
    Rockefeller Center
    Why pay $50 million for a ticket to this when you can watch it at home with no pants?

  • 9 A Christmas Carol (1938), Netflix
    This black-and-white film adaptation of Charles Dickens’ story feels like a true piece of cinematic history. And for good reason. Scrooge has never come across more human than he does here.

  • 10 The Mistle-tones! (2012), Netflix
    ABC Family
    What happens when a talented singer (Tia Mowry) gets denied entrance into a holiday singing group by its queen bee (Tori Spelling)? Said singer forms her own group and challenges the queen to a sing-off on Christmas Eve. This ABC Family flick is campy, Christmas fun.

  • 11 A Very Brady Christmas (1988), Hulu
    You’d think Christmas with adult Brady children would be easy, but it’s not. You’ll just have to watch this one to figure out what hijinks take place.

  • 12 Modern Family “White Christmas” episode (2015), Hulu
    Everyone has something different they want for Christmas this year in the latest MF holiday episode. Head on over to Hulu and find out what.

  • 13 Taraji and Terrence’s White Hot Holidays (2015), Hulu
    The Empire stars’ holiday variety show features hilarious sketches and performances from Chris Brown and John Legend, among others.

  • 14 The Little Rascals Christmas (1979), Hulu
    Holiday gift confusion fuels this family-friendly holiday romp filled with familiar faces. It’s so darn cute and sitting in your queue as we speak. Go get it!

  • 15 Babar and Father Christmas (1986), Hulu
    In this precious film adaptation of the popular book, Babar the Elephant works to get his species’ homeland on Santa’s radar. Eventually, Santa and the Elephant become friends and the definition of #SquadGoals.

  • 16 Truman Capote’s One Christmas (1994), Hulu
    One Christmas
    A young boy travels to New Orleans to visit his estranged, con-man father who is also pursuing a wealthy young woman. Sounds sketchy, we know, but trust us: This is the s–t that you’ll love.

  • 17 Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (1976), Amazon
    This OG Frosty retelling is better than any Frosty flick in the game, and you can quote us on that.

  • 18 Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas (2013), Amazon
    Tyler Perry Studios
    Madea shenanigans are always funny. But Madea Christmas shenanigans? A whole new level of epic.

  • 19 A Norman Rockwell Christmas Story (1996), Amazon
    Norman Rockwell
    A no-frills film about a boy who wants his father to come home from World War II. Poignant and tear-jerking–perfect for grandparent bonding, too!