Netflix's new holiday home makeover series is like Extreme Makeover: Home Edition meets Holiday Baking Championship

Get ready to bask in all the holiday feels with Netflix’s new Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas

Netflix’s new Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas
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Whether Christmas 2019 feels like it was just a month ago to you, or more like years ago at this point (what is time in a pandemic, anyways?), if one thing’s for sure it’s that we collectively need a little feel good holiday joy to help take our minds off everything that’s going on right now—at least for a half hour episode—and Netflix is promising to deliver.

This holiday season will be plenty with brand new, bingeable  holiday-themed Netflix shows and movies, including Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square and Christmas Chronicles 2 with Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn… but the show we’re most excited about? Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas, out Wednesday, November 18.

Part Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, part Holiday Baking Championship, this festive makeover show produced by Stephen David Entertainment will follow interior designer Benjamin Bradley (aka Mr. Christmas) and his “team of elves” as they work to bring style-savvy holiday cheer to well-deserved families and communities across the country.

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“Benjamin Bradley, best known as Mr. Christmas, is a veteran in the interior design industry with a healthy obsession with the holiday season. For Mr. Christmas, the holidays are all about celebrating love, life, family and friends through meaningful traditions,” the Netflix synopsys read.

While the new Netflix series promises to provide a healthy dose of Traditional Christmas decor inspiration and holiday cheer, the next level decorating show is set to rival even the most feel-good Lifetime and Hallmark originals.

The feel good show of the season is set to go live on Netflix on November 18—but in the meantime, be sure to check out our streaming guide to get the latest on what to watch and how to tune in.