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Claudia riding in a carriage wearing furs and a snood
Claudia (Bailey Bass) in “Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire.” (Image: Philo)

If you’re looking for plenty of new Christmas movies to watch this year, look no further than Philo. It has an extensive collection of brand-new Christmas releases to brighten your home for the holidays, but that’s not the only reason to love the streaming service.

Philo is a multichannel service that’s perfect for cord-cutters who like channel surfing and feel comfortable with the format of cable. Customers often choose Philo for the comparatively low cost of its bundles. It has lots of great cable TV shows and movies, and it’s a favorite choice of many new cord-cutters who want their streaming service to feel familiar.

From fantasy to reality TV and everything in between, Philo is full of options for everyone in your family. Here are our favorite choices to watch on Philo right now.

‘Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire’ (2022 to Present)

Louis looking angry in a 20th-century drawing room
Louis de Pointe du Lac (Jacob Anderson). (Image: Philo)

The new TV adaptation of Anne Rice’s influential 1976 vampire novel won’t leave fans of the genre disappointed. The story focuses on Louis de Pointe du Lac (Jacob Anderson), an affluent Creole Black man in the early 20th century whose wealth comes from a chain of brothels. When Louis meets a mysterious Frenchman, he can’t help but be drawn in. But befriending Lestat de Lioncourt (Sam Reid) is bound to change his life — or afterlife. Once a vampire, Louis must find a way to make peace with his new existence as a cold-blooded killer.

‘Fixer Upper: The Castle’ (2022 to Present)

Chip and Joanna smiling in front of a castle
Stars Chip and Joanna Gaines. (Image: Philo)

Home-renovation fans may already know Chip and Joanna Gaines from their popular HGTV show “Fixer Upper.” They help buyers choose a house that needs renovations and turn it into the home of their dreams. In “Fixer Upper: The Castle,” the married couple purchase their own house — a 100-year-old castle-style manor house in Waco, Texas — and set out to restore it to its former glory.

The show follows their trials and tribulations as they complete the extensive renovation process. The original hit show has been credited with the rise of farmhouse chic, and people interested in home design will surely get great vintage-inspired ideas for their own homes from “Fixer Upper: The Castle.”

‘Inventing the Christmas Prince’ (2022)

Shelby holding cocoa and looking dreamily into space in front of a Christmas tree
Shelby (Tamera Mowry-Housley). (Image: Philo)

This is the year of Christmas comebacks, and millennials who remember “Sister, Sister” will be very happy to see Tamera Mowry (now Tamera Mowry-Housley) grace their screens once again. Shelby (Mowry-Housley) is a rocket scientist, but her boss (Ronnie Rowe Jr.) is a jerk with no Christmas spirit. Shelby thinks it’s cute when her daughter comes up with a wish list for a Christmas prince, but when her daughter becomes convinced Shelby’s boss is the Christmas prince, he’ll have to play along or risk ruining Christmas.

Could a sweet little girl convince this scrooge he has more of a heart than he thought? Stream the heartwarming Hallmark holiday rom-com on Philo.

‘Long Lost Christmas’ (2022)

Haley in a hat and scarf standing in front of a Christmas display
Haley (Taylor Cole). (Image: Philo)

Another top pick from Philo’s Christmas movies selection is “Long Lost Christmas.” Haley (Taylor Cole) is an interior designer who lives to please her beloved mother. When she finds an old photo of her mom with a mysterious boy, she discovers her mom had a long-lost brother. That gives Haley an idea for the perfect present — to reunite her family after all these years. Finding and convincing her lost uncle won’t be an easy feat, but the journey may just bring her closer to someone she didn’t know she was looking for.

‘A Job to Die For’ (2022)

Claudia looking at someone intensely in a business lobby
Claudia (Maeve Quinlan). (Image: Philo)

If “The Devil Wears Prada” suddenly turned into a nightmare, you would get the tense thriller “A Job to Die For.” Sadie (Revell Carpenter) thinks she’s living the dream when she gets a new job as an assistant to a prominent fashion designer. Claudia (Maeve Quinlan) doesn’t seem like a domineering lady, and she quickly takes Sadie under her wing. As time goes on, however, Sadie starts to wonder why all of Claudia’s previous assistants have disappeared.

Is this glamorous role model all she seems, or does she have some literal skeletons in her closet? Thriller fans can get great deals on a Philo subscription and stream “A Job to Die For.”

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