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Paramount+ Holiday Collection Returns with Seasonal Content

This holiday season, Paramount+ is celebrating with an expanded collection of festive movies and episodes, offering over twice as many movies and specials and three times as many holiday episodes this year.

The Paramount Plus holiday spectacular, which kicks off today, includes a carefully crafted assortment of holiday merriment featuring seasonal favorites alongside the premiere of new movies and episodes. Watch the new Holiday Collection trailer below!

Paramount Plus Holiday Collection Returns with Seasonal Content

The Paramount Plus Holiday Collection includes Snow Day (Friday, Dec. 16), a Nickelodeon original movie musical, and a special one-hour holiday episode of Ghosts (Thursday, Dec. 15).

Also coming is the highly anticipated two-hour concert special Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas to All! (Tuesday, Dec. 20) and more. The Paramount+ Holiday Collection can be found here.

With more cheer than ever before, this year’s seasonal library features an array of entertainment. With more than 15 fun and creative carousels, there is something for everyone in the family this holiday season, including:

Falalala Family Fun: Premieres such as Reindeer in Here on Tuesday, Nov. 29, and Snow Day on Friday, Dec. 16, plus holiday delights including Baby Shark’s Big Fishmas Special, Sonic Christmas Blast, Top Elf, and more.

Paramount Plus Holiday Collection Returns with Seasonal Content

More the Merrier from CBS: Much anticipated new CBS movies coming to Paramount+, including Fit for Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 4, Must Love Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 11, When Christmas Was Young on Sunday, Dec. 18, and The Gift: Kindness Goes Viral on Wednesday, Dec. 28.

Special events include The National Christmas Tree Lighting on Sunday, Dec. 11; Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas to All! on Tuesday, Dec. 20, A Home for the Holidays at the Grove on Friday, Dec. 23, and New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash on Saturday, Dec. 31.

Paramount Plus Holiday Collection Returns with Seasonal Content

Ha Ha Holidays: Jolly episodes from fan-favorite comedies such as Frasier, Everybody Hates Chris, Daria and Beavis and Butt-Head, as well as a special new Ghosts episode, “The Christmas Spirit,” on Thursday, Dec. 15.

Season’s Greetings: A sleigh-load of holiday favorites such as A Christmas Carol (1938, 1984), Scrooge, Daddy’s Home 2, Last Holiday, A Christmas Proposal, and Christmas Takes Flight.

Nick Jr. Nickmas: Seasonal favorites from Nick Jr. series such as Paw Patrol, Peppa Pig, Bubble Guppies, and Blue’s Clues & You.

Celebrate Nickmas: Holiday episodes from family-friendly franchises, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Rugrats, Hey Arnold, The Fairly OddParents, The Loud House, and more.

Christmas Classics: Beloved specials from popular series such as Cheers, Family Ties, Star Trek, The Twilight Zone, Happy Days, The Brady Bunch, and more.

Holiday Horror Movies: Festive frights including Mercy Christmas, American Exorcist, New Year’s Evil, and Snowbeast.

Paramount Plus Holiday Collection Returns with Seasonal Content

Paramount+ with Showtime bundle subscribers will find an extra gift in the collection, with access to seasonally-themed titles. So, bundle up and tune in for the merry, music-filled comedy special Matt Rogers: Have You Heard of Christmas (Friday, Dec. 2).

Additionally, bundle subscribers can catch the latest Showtime festive movies like Bad Santa, Bad Santa 2, Bridget Jones’s Diary, and Eight Crazy Nights.

Paramount+ is also home to CBS Sports’ marquee matchups this holiday season, streaming some of the biggest games, including the NFL ON CBS on Thanksgiving Day featuring the Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions (12:30 p.m. ET), and Christmas Day when the Denver Broncos take on the Los Angeles Rams (4:30 PM, ET).

The SEC Championship, which will air at 4:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 3, and the CBS Sports Classic, which will feature North Carolina vs. Ohio State (3:00 p.m. ET), will also be streamed. On Saturday, Dec. 17, Kentucky vs. UCLA will also be streamed.