Every Disney + Christmas movie in 2021



From cult classics and specials to Disney + originals, there is a Christmas movie on Disney + for everyone this Christmas season.

The Christmas movie season has finally arrived, and Disney + has plenty of options for viewers feeling the Christmas spirit. With movies ranging from the classics that longtime Disney fans grew up with to brand new originals, everyone will be able to find a favorite on the Disney + Christmas movie this holiday season.

The streaming service offers serious vacation classics, like Girls in toy land and various versions of A Christmas Carol. Complete Christmas deductibles like Alone at home and Santa can also be found on Disney + alongside cult classics like The nightmare before Christmas and Jingle All the Way. For those who love classic Disney characters, there are plenty of holiday specials featuring Mickey and the gang, including the most recent special, Mickey and Minnie wish a Christmas. And, for those who prefer reality TV series, Disney Fairy Tale Weddings: Holiday Magic and Decorate Disney: Holiday Magic are perfect choices to satisfy your Christmas cravings.


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Disney + also offers an impressive array of originals that are sure to draw viewers into the vacation swing. Home Sweet Home Alone takes a new look at an old classic, bringing back the hilarious hijinks of the Alone at home franchise. Godmother and Noelle are both heartwarming stories that will make the whole family laugh – and, for those obsessed with the adorable Olaf of Frozen notoriety, He was a snowman is a must-have this holiday season. Here’s a full list of Disney + Christmas movies for 2021.

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Santa Claus 2

Santa Claus 3: The relief clause

The nightmare before Christmas

Mickey’s Christmas Carol

Once upon a time Mickey’s Christmas

Mickey was twice a Christmas

Mickey and Minnie wish a Christmas

A Disney Christmas Carol

The Muppets’ Christmas Carol

A Christmas from the Muppets: Letters to Father Christmas

Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas

Winnie the Pooh: a very happy Winnie the Pooh New Year

I will be home for Christmas

Girls in toy land

Alone at home

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Home alone 3

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

Jingle All the Way

Jingle all the way 2

Finding Santa’s Paws

Santa Paws 2: Santa’s puppies

Friends of Santa Claus: The Legend of Santa’s Paws

Disney Channel’s Epic Holiday Showdown

It was night

A magical Christmas

Good luck Charlie: it’s Christmas

Disney Holiday Song

Disney Holiday Magic Quest

Decorate Disney: Holiday Magic

Christmas star

Miracle of the Complete Court

The ultimate Christmas present

Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish

12 Christmas dates

Disney Fairy Tale Weddings: Holiday Magic

While you were sleeping

Snow Ball

Les Guis: a musical

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Three days

The Ice Age: A Gigantic Christmas

Ernest saves Christmas

Christmas … again ?!

December 17th

Home alone 4

Home Alone: ​​The Holiday Heist

Disney + Originals

Home Sweet Home Alone

  • The last opus of the iconic Alone at home franchise. When ten-year-old Max Mercer (Archie Yates) is accidentally left behind while his family is on vacation in Japan, it’s up to him to protect their home from a married couple of thieves (Ellie Kemper Rob Delaney). Max is forced to resort to hilarious hijackings in order to prevent would-be burglars from carrying out their plans. This reimagining of a holiday classic is a perfect addition to any family celebration.

High school musical: The musical: The holiday special

  • The cast of the original Disney + series High School Musical: The Musical shares anecdotes, vacation memories and behind-the-scenes information. In this holiday special, fans can learn about actors’ favorite holiday traditions, view their family Christmas photos, and find out who would be No.1 on Santa’s rascal list. The special also features new and classic holiday music performed by the cast of High School Musical: The Musical.


  • Eleanor (Jillian Bell) is an inexperienced Fairy Godmother in training who is determined to prove that the world still needs Fairy Godmothers. When Eleanor discovers a lost letter from a ten-year-old girl, she finds it only to find that she is now 40 and has given up on “happiness forever.” To make her point and save the day all at once, Eleanor decides to prove her wrong.


  • Kris Kringle’s daughter Noelle (Anna Kendrick) struggles to find her place at Christmas. His brother Nick (Bill Hader), who is training to replace their father as Santa Claus, struggles to replace their father. Nick fails in almost every category that Santa has to be good at – he only speaks one language, he can’t ride the sled, and he can’t tell which kids have been mean and which kids have been nice. When Nick doesn’t return from vacation, it’s up to Noelle and the family’s nanny, Elf Polly, to steal the sleigh, find Nick, and save Christmas. Along the way, Noelle discovers what it really means to be a Kringle.

He was a snowman

  • He was a snowman reveals the untold origins of Olaf (Josh Gad), the adorable snowman who took the world by storm when he was first featured in Frozen in 2013. Before meeting Elsa and Anna, Olaf came to life in the mountains surrounding Arendelle. He was a snowman follows Olaf as he takes his first steps and discovers his own identity, bridging the gap between the moment he was created by Elsa’s magic and the moment he meets Anna and Kristoff. While trying to find a suitable nose, Olaf stumbles upon a few familiar faces, including Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Oaken.

LEGO Star Wars: Holiday Special

  • Join the stars of Lego Star Wars as they prepare for the holiday season! As Rey tries to better understand the force that precedes the Wookie Day of Life Festival in this Disney + original, she stumbles upon a mysterious Jedi temple. With BB-8 by his side, Rey stumbles on an adventure through the timeline, encountering the greatest moments, heroes and villains of Star wars story – but will Rey and BB-8 be able to return to their own timeline in time to celebrate Life Day?

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