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Best Now TV Deals for December – Stream Christmas movies and festive boxsets

Whether you want to stream the latest Disney movies or enjoy some tantalising box sets this Christmas – our great offers have you covered.

Best Now TV Deals: There’s no better time to sign up to one of Now TV’s many subscription passes than December, bringing you a flurry of festive cheer and providing wholesome content to well and truly get you and the rest of the family into the spirit of Christmas.

Bound to be adding a ton of new films in time for the holiday to its already extensive library, Now TV is one of the more flexible streaming services you can sign up to, bringing some of the best TV shows and films from Sky’s library of entertainment.

Able to sign up for a variety of different passes, both in terms of the type of content you can access and also the duration in which you have it for, pick from Now TV’s Sky Cinema Pass, Entertainment Pass, Kids Pass and BT Sport Pass for one, three, six and even year long periods.

Whether it’s a decent TV show to binge watch or those all-important Christmas movie marathons you’re after, you can mix and match to suit you and find something for everyone to enjoy over the month of December and beyond – if you so choose.


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There’s nothing better at Christmas time than settling down together to watch a movie, and the Sky Cinema Pass already has some fantastic offerings with the likes of the brand new live action Dumbo from Disney, Benedict Cumberbatch’s take on The Grinch, as well as The Nutcracker starring Keira Knightley.

Latest releases: Dumbo, The Grinch, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms!

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With many taking extended time off over the Christmas break, there’s nothing quite like bingeing your way through a boxset or two, with a tube of Twizzlers in one hand and a box of Quality Streets in the other.

Latest releases: Watchmen, S.W.A.T, Christmas Scenes!

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Of course, while school’s out, there’s also lots of content to keep the little ones entertained with age appropriate and educational TV shows and films available.

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Want to bring the easy-to-use Now TV interface to your television and also have access to other catch up apps and streaming services, all in one place? A Now TV Stick or box allows you to bring up Now TV’s library of content up on your entertainment set-up.

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The Nutcracker and the Four Realms – A star studded cast, Disney’s take on the festive favourite, The Nutcracker, sees the likes of Keira Knightley, Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren bring the magic of the traditional ballet to life. Also starring Mackenzie Foy as Clara, the story unfolds as Clara finds herself in a parallel universe run by mice. In pursuit of a magic key that will unlock a gift and restore peace to the lands, Clara meets a solider named Philip on her adventure and together they journey into the fourth realm.

The Grinch – Die-hard fans may never be able to leave the firm grip of Jim Carrey’s furry green clutches, but there is a new 3D computer animated Grinch around here to suck the Christmas spirit out of you and the rest of Whoville, voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch himself. Featuring familiar characters like Cindy Lou, Max the dog, and Cindy’s twin brothers, Buster and Bean. Cindy Lou sets her sights on trapping Santa Claus in the hope of giving her mother, Donna, what all parents dream of for Christmas – a bit of peace and quiet and the Grinch can’t help but get involved.

Only Fools and Horses – Alongside shows like Black Adder, there really is nothing quite like a few episodes of Only Fools and Horses around Christmas time with characters and jokes there never seem to get old, no matter how many times you see them. Following Del Boy, you’ll be in stitches as his schemes with brother Rodney unfold and they fall into mischief. Seven series long with sixteen Christmas specials, it’s a British-classic bingewatch that’s sure to keep you busy through December.


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