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5 fun shows to watch with the family

The holiday season offers us more time to spend with the family. There are several activities the whole gang can do at home: decorate the tree, take a family photo (costumes optional, but recommended), or cook meals together. 

Another fun thing to do at home is to watch season-appropriate shows or movies right before exchanging gifts or having dinner. 

Leading Internet entertainment service, Netflix is several steps ahead of us, as it offers a good mix of fun family titles which mom, dad, ate, kuya, bunso, and even our furry family members will enjoy. 

Prince of Peoria (now streaming)

5 fun shows to watch with the family

 

When an easy-going 13-year-old prince goes incognito as a US exchange student, he strikes up an unlikely friendship with a fastidious overachiever.

The Christmas Chronicles (streams on Nov. 22)

5 fun shows to watch with the family

Gear up for a high-flying holiday adventure as two siblings team up with a version of Santa Claus that no one has ever  seen before. This new Christmas classic comes from the makers of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and Home Alone.

Dogs (now streaming)

5 fun shows to watch with the family

 

A documentary series featuring six intimate stories that explore the abiding emotional bonds that form between dogs and their caregivers, no matter the circumstances.

Super Monsters and the Wish Star (streams on Dec. 7)

It’s the Night Before Christmas and wishes are coming true. First for Lobo, whose favorite cousin, Vida, arrives for a surprise visit. Then for Glorb, who wishes he could be everywhere at the same time.

Nailed It! Holiday (streams on Dec. 7)

Hosted by Nicole Byer and Jacques Torres, this holiday-themed competition sees home bakers with a terrible track record take a shot at recreating edible holiday masterpieces for $10,000 cash prize.

Topics: Prince of Peoria , The Christmas Chronicles , Dogs , Super Monsters and the Wish Star , Nailed It! Holiday
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