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Is Love Actually available to watch on Netflix this Christmas?

Love Actually has pretty much become a festive staple when it comes to Christmas.

As soon as the holidays roll around, you can guarantee that the movie, starring Hugh Grant, Martine McCutcheon, Keira Knightley and Liam Neeson, will be on the box.

After all, where else can you get your fill of bad dad dancing courtesy of Hugh’s Prime Minister.

While we still not might have forgiven Alan Rickman for breaking Emma Thompson’s heart (sure, not IRL but it hurts just as bad), there’s no denying that Love Actually sure knows how to warm the cockles, so where can we watch it this Christmas?

Is Love Actually on Netflix?

Sadly for those of you where Netflix is usually your go to, you won’t find Love Actually on the streaming platform this year.

Love Actually currently isn’t on Netflix UK, with it instead offering festive titles such as The Holiday and Christmas With The Coopers, as well as Hugh Grant classics like Bridget Jones’s Diary, Notting Hill and About A Boy.

Where can you watch Love Actually this Christmas?

Do not panic, though, as there’s plenty other places that will help you get your Love Actually fix.

Those that have Sky will know that Love Actually is being aired repeatedly over Christmas on Sky Cinema and is available to watch on demand on the Sky Go app.


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Love Actually isn’t listed on Netflix UK (Picture: Rex)

For those who don’t have access to Sky, Love Actually can also be rented on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes or Google Play and it’s currently listed on NOW TV too.

Love Actually, directed by Richard Curtis, was first released in 2003 and went on to become a box office success, raking in $248million (£186m) worldwide.

The story begins five weeks before Christmas and follows 10 separate storylines.

A whole host of stars appear in the film including Colin Firth, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Bill Nighy, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Andrew Lincoln, Billy Bob Thornton and Rowan Atkinson.


Credit: Original article published here.

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