The first of the new series, “A Christmas Carol,” will be available to watch on December 11.
In addition to the usual fare of family-friendly holiday specials, the show also features “A Little Help From My Friends,” “The Secret Life of Pets,” “Home Improvement,” “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Holidays” and “The Great Gatsby.”
Netflix also has a new Christmas special, which will be shown on December 17.
If you’re not in the mood for Christmas movies, you can also watch the Christmas special of the same name on December 15, but if you want to watch the full episode with no commercials, the “A Santa Clause” version will be a good bet.
The show, written by Jon Pertwee, stars a character named “Gates,” who plays a Santa Claus, who has no children.
When Gates goes shopping, he ends up getting stuck in a snowstorm.
The Christmas special features several scenes of Gates trying to convince himself he’s not a man, but he ends back at his house.
In “A Merry Christmas,” the character’s mother, who happens to be a witch, decides to have him do some research on his father, who was once a magician.
While Gates is doing that, he sees a picture of his father on a TV set and starts to think he’s been duped.
He starts to feel bad for his father.
He goes home and starts writing letters to his father that say, “Don’t go back on your father’s advice.
You’ve been told it’s the best advice.”
When Gates finally returns to his home, he discovers that his father is a former magician.
He also learns that he’s going to have to help his father with a Christmas present for his grandmother.
The special will be the first of three “Christmas specials” on Netflix, with the first being “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on December 24.
The second will be “Holidays,” a collection of holiday specials that will be on December 30.
The third will be released on January 7.
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