It’s December already, which means that you’re going to watch plenty of movies – and no, we don’t just mean the new Star Wars film that’s just a few weeks away from premiering. Just like every year, you can expect a flood of Christmas movies to wash over your TV, including classic titles and new releases.

If love Christmas movies, then Netflix has you covered this year. The company just released its movie streaming schedule for the entire month of December, and we’ll tell you everything you need to know right here.

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As you can see in the image below, Netflix is offering a different Christmas movie or TV show for every day of the month – though these titles are available to stream at any given time, so you can plan out your binges however you see fit.

On the calendar, you’ll find Netflix’s very own Christmas 2015 special, A Very Murray Christmas, as well as plenty of other Christmas movies and TV shows you’ll be familiar with.

Here’s Netflix’s full “’Tis the season to be streaming holiday 2015” schedule:

  • Dec. 1 – Love, Actually
  • Dec. 2 – Glee S2, E10: A Very Glee Christmas
  • Dec. 3 – I’ll Be Home for Christmas
  • Dec. 4 – A Very Murray Christmas
  • Dec. 5 – The X-Files S6, E6: How the Ghosts Stole Christmas
  • Dec. 6 – Prince of Egypt
  • Dec. 7 – DreamWorks Holiday Classics
  • Dec. 8 – Pretty Little Liars S5, E13: How the ‘A’ Stole Christmas
  • Dec. 9 – The Radio City Christmas Spectacular
  • Dec. 10 – A Christmas Carol
  • Dec. 11 – Pee-wee’s Playhouse Christmas Special
  • Dec. 12 – Gossip Girl S1, E11: Roman Holiday
  • Dec. 13 – The Office S2, E10: Christmas Party
  • Dec. 14 – To Be or Not to Be
  • Dec. 15 – Bad Santa
  • Dec. 16 – Friends S7, E10: The One with the Holiday Armadillo
  • Dec. 17 – Buffy the Vampire Slayer S3, E10: Amends
  • Dec. 18 – Christmas with the Kranks
  • Dec. 19 – 30 Rock S2, E9: Ludachristmas
  • Dec. 20 – 12 Dates of Christmas
  • Dec. 21 – White Christmas
  • Dec. 22 – The Legend of Frosty the Snowman
  • Dec. 23 – Fireplace for Your Home
  • Dec. 24 – The Nightmare Before Christmas
  • Dec. 26 – Bridget Jones’ Diary
  • Dec. 27 – Trading Places
  • Dec. 28 – That 70’s Show S8, E22: That 70’s Finale
  • Dec. 29 – How I Met Your Mother S1, E11: The Limo
  • Dec. 30 – Boogie Nights
  • Dec. 31 – Friends S6, E10: The One with the Routine
  • Jan. 1 – Freaks & Geeks S1
  • Jan. 2 – Narcos S1
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